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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - July 16, 1921, Mitchell, South Dakota
The evening Republican City edition vol xxxv Imitchell s. Saturday july 16, 1921 number 220war Veteran murdered m train fight wit w. Near Wolsey mrs. Kaber gets worlds greatest gun makes Hospital ship is Oise like Cash Register Morkri inc Rrt mph Lamto Ges Only 4 years life stretch in a ghost murder wife is found guilty in first degree for murder of husband lies in stupor fasts is i ii is woman by Khz convicted or first Dix off in Cleveland court a by Anor Laird pre wire Cleveland. Of. July 16.�?mrs. Eva Catherine Kaber was today found Rully of murder in the first degree but with a recommendation of mercy by the jury which tried her on a charge of plotting the killing of be husband. Daniel f. Kaber. Mrs. Vaber was sentenced to Lif imprisonment at Marysville the Ohio reformatory for women. Under the Ohio Law there is no Hope for Pardon under such a verdict. Although the jury had not yet reported officially to the court. Judg Maurice Berrien announced the decision to attorney Francis w. Foul son mrs. Kab re a personal counsel so that he might inform mrs. Kaber in Hope that she would revive sufficiently from a stupor to he brought into court to hear the official announcement. She had been in a stupor All morning. The jury resumed it deliberation this morning having failed to return a verdict last night after having to Case our hours. German court makes sentence Light As possible for heinous crime fired on life boats no hard Fabor Cors with it despite horrors of Uland Overy Castle Torp doing. o frying pan to fire o o dead s. I Jidy o o Folstad who has been on a eur o o rope an trip the past two and a o o half months will arrive in new o o York next monday from hell o o Norway. Judging from weather o o conditions in new York he May o o want to go Back. He expects to o o spend several weeks in the East at o o tending to business before re o o turning to his Home in Deadwood o this is the mightiest gun Ever invented though it looks like a bicycle pump noted american inventors and engineers who gave a Public test in the Woolworth Toner. New York Call it a Wear Xii that will make vat a too terrible for nations to risk Quot the invention in the form of a Small riveting gun tas shown Here drove three Inch steel slugs through a three Quarter Inch steel plate. Thus in pea a time it can be used As a Riveter in building construction and shipbuilding and in wartime its giant counterpart. Exp erts say. Can hurl five ton projectiles or explosive Gas bombs from 200 to 300 Miles. It uses smokeless powder Tes no More noise than the Click of a Cash Register Aud Swarth Fuu t a. Two freed in Cronkhite Case Hose Dampens Montana riot Gale rips thru City of Paris i Iowa in great Falls tries to free women i i led. For throwing Pepper All night mrs. Kaber was said by her attorneys to have been practically unconscious All of last night. She had Bren carried from the court room and had not eaten during the Day. The jury began balloting just two roofs torn off thees up hooted in Champ Elysee a autos Tumble in wind my i rom leaned mire Leipsic Germany july 16.�?lieutenant Dittmar. And lieutenant Boldt charged with murder in the first degree for firing on lifeboats after the Canadian Hospital ship Llandovery Castle had been torpedoed in the summer of 1918. Were each sentenced today to four years imprisonment. J the sentence did not. However carry hard labor with it. As demanded by the Public prosecutor. The ease of Dittmar and Boldt differed from the tithers which had been heard by the j supreme court Here in connection j with trials growing out of violations of the rules of civilized warfare in a that the two lieutenants were brought i to trial by the German Public prose j i Cut or. J great Britain Only had demanded the trial of commander Patzig of the j submarine which torpedoed the i Llandovery Castle who fled the coun a try. The Public prosecutor however i after an examination of the evidence. Ordered that Dittmar and Boldt be Rosenbluth and Pothier dismissed in shooting of major at Camp Lewis. I by a Kho elated pres beaded wire great Falls. Mont. July by a mob to Rescue six to i men strike sympathizers from the j City jail Here yesterday reached riot i proportions but ended when the chief placed on trial. Of years from the time or. Kaber was of polite ordered fire Hose streams stabbed to death by assassins Al turned on the crowd loge to have been hired by mrs. Eight women accused of throwing Kaber. I Pepper at a non Union Street cleaning though mrs. Kaber was suspected j Crew composed of non Union men of being implicated in Lier husband j j were taken into the police court room death at the time insufficient Evi Dence was found then by officials on which to formally charge Lier with the crime. For two years most Kaber. The aged father of the murdered Man. Doggedly kept working on the mystery with the Aid of private detectives suspicion Pointin stronger and stronger toward mrs. Kaber. Finally a brother of mrs. Kaber Ras brought in As a ruse and her Kotlier. Mrs. Mary Brickel who was suspected of knowing much about the murder was led to believe that the son was to a charged with tic crime. The ruse worked As it had for trial. Meanwhile a committee of the striking City Street cleaners and garbage collectors appeared before the mayor and reached a tentative agreement for the ending of their strike Union and non Union Street cleaners and garbage haulers worked Side by Side today without trouble. The strikers returned to work at the reduced wages offered by the City and agreed to abide by the arbitration committees ruling that they must work with non Union Mon. Fly a a Ltd a a i a i in pre re Paris. France. July damage was done to property when a terrific wind storm struck Paris yesterday. Chimneys were torn from roofs Trees in the champs Elysee and the Avenue Dubois Boulogne were uprooted automobiles were overturned and awnings Over the Boulevard cafes and signs a in business houses were demolished. Many persons were injured by falling debris. Wants Beer As Aid to Farmers id Seyen to i Iye a malt would add 5�0 million to Farmers incomes ten million in starvation i Amine spreads carpet of death Oyer russian provinces weather South Dakota report fair tonight slightly cooler and North and and West West been planned. Mrs. Brickel to save flu Sll Llda a the son. Is alleged to have Fonh implicating her daughter. Mrse la Ortins sundae. Or miss Marian Mcardle. Daughter o. Waj4, b. It july i 6.�?weath mrs. Vaber. Herself and Otchis. Ltd a Juns fur the week beginning others await trial monday arc the grandmother daughter and , Mississippi and lower mis granddaughter were indicted for f sri valleys generally fair except degree murder also mrs. Lunini i j or widely scattered local Thunder co Vito Salvatore shavers and Normal temperature. Cata and Vittorio Visselli. The int Tor j local to min or Alucs two being charged with the actual republicans recording murder. Thermometer All Are awaiting trial excepting Friday saturday Visselli who has not been apprehend a p m a it 3 a 74 cd. Mrs. Kaber was tic first to g p Jajjo 6 a. In. 7 3 be placed on trial. I to it in 3 y a. In. 83 mrs. Kaber is the first woman in p m 7 13 m. 96 Cuya hoga county to be convicted of 3 p. In. I of first degree murder. J maximum 3 p. In. Today 101. William j. Corrigan. Mrs. Kaber s minimum 6 a. In. Today 7 3. Counsel said he was Well satisfied tic official government ther with the verdict. Tuou Ieter from noon yesterday to the same expression was made by non today county prosecutor c. Stanton. Maximum noon today 94. When the jury made official report of the verdict. Mrs. Kaber was lying Limp in the arms of a Deputy sheriff. She was asked if she had Ani tiling to say. She merely Shook her Lien 11 indicating that she had not. Judg Burnon then pronounced sentence. Mrs. Kaber was carried Back to cell in the jail. Minimum 70. Illy armm i Feti i Ruhi beaded alar re Washington. a. July plea for 2.7 a per cent Barley malt Beer was made be torn the joint congressional i commission on agriculture today by j r. A. Lone representing Minnesota Grain dealers and Charles Kenny rep resenting a Minnesota Farmers elevator association. Or. Jones estimated that malt Beer would mean an additional three Hundred million dollars a year to Northwestern Farmers and suggested a testing sound under the department of agriculture to establish that 2 75 Beer was non intoxicating. Or. Kenny. Who comes from the District of representative volstead. Author of the prohibition enforcement Law. Said he wanted Barley Beer legalized As it could be demonstrated to be Noii intoxicating. Of a hardings cruise again. Washington. C., july and mrs. Harding Are planning to leave Washington on the yacht Mayflower late today for a week end i cruise Down the Potomac. They will return monday morning i by pre eased wire Riga. Latvia. July Isz ves a of Moscow says that an old Ocial Appeal to All citizens of Russia to Aid in alleviating suffering caused by famine signed by All the members of the government. Places the number of starving at not less than 10,000.000 in the various provinces and along the Volga Iii the tartar Republic and the chuvash territory. These the Appeal says cannot exist until the next Harvest without Aid. The famine is characterized As a National calamity. According to an american Relief exp pert in Riga the Cost of completely relieving this number from outside of i Russia. Would exceed $10,000,000 monthly. By a Oei ated Pron leaped hire Washington. C., july 16.�?All Federal proceedings against Captain Robert Rosenbluth of new York and sergeant Roland Pothier of Providence r. I., in connection with the shooting of major Alexander Cronk Hite at Camp Lewis wash., in october 1918, Are to be dismissed it was announced today by attorney general Daugherty who made a personal investigation of the Case. Both proceedings in the Western District of Washington against both men and removal proceedings against Rosenbluth in the Southern District i of new York and against Pothier in the District of Rhode Island will be dismissed. Or. Daugherty said adding a it has further been decided that All tile evidence procured by the department. With the names of All wit Nesses who have any material knowledge of the Case shall be sent to the prosecuting attorney for Pierce county. Washington for such action As he deems no reason was assigned for the decision. It was reached after or. Daugherty at the suggestion of senator a amp Lucr of new York. Secretary Hoover and others had made a personal investigation. Captain Rosenbluth was arrested in new York March 23 last. The shooting occurred at Camp Lewis in 1918 and an army Board of inquiry found that major Cronkhite had accidentally shot himself while practising with a dem body Milis from Flat car As wobbly pumps gun at victim four Hundred sex service men form posse from Huron Wolsey and Tulare to Hunt Slayer train gangs corralled and searched at Tulare. Today a baseball first game Cincinnati 01 0�?7 oooo i Smith i i i 6 3 and too oooo i too ooi�?5 Hargrave 6 i 9 0 Hub Townley plea is rebuffed. 130 of at Philadelphia too too Rixey and Wingo g. Bruggy. Second game Cincinnati. At Philadelphia Napier. Lukuc Bell and Peters. First game Chicago. At Brooklyn. Alexander and Daly Smith Mitchell and Miller. Second game Chicago. At Brooklyn 300 103 and 940 too in 991�?ij 002 000�?2 022 120 200-002 400 000 12 i to announcement in Lier Hays will Cut off part of postal payroll in order to make possible a reduction in subscription tales. Sunday Republican is discontinued with the Issue of july loth. Our is charging for print paper exactly the same Price a. It wages have declined but Little. News service assess than a year ago. Only by changing to a six Day a he Republican reduce the subscription rate -. The keening Republican As a result of this change will be a bigger and better paper. All the regular features will be retained and More added and such sunday departments As the society and mov Niillo a year ago. Mints Are i week paper can it by in a via de pres beaded wrap Washington. To it. July is mans picture litres will be run in the saturday i for cutting Down expenditures of the i in Tun j Post office department approximately j $ a 5,000.00 during the next twelve i ale. Months Are understood to have been outlined yesterday to the Cabinet by postmaster general Hays. The plans involve dropping from the payrolls about one and one half per cent of the 300.000 postal employees Over the country. Assurances have been Given however that no efficient employees will be discharged. Kit Active from july loth. Tile subscription rates of i he evening Republican will be As follows. St. Paul. Minn. July 6�?-motion of counsel for a. Townley president of the National nonpartisan league and Joseph Gilbert formerly league organizer for re argument in their ease growing out of conviction in Jackson county fur violation of the state espionage act. Was denied by tilt Minnesota supreme court today. The defendants were Given a stay of 30 Days to apply to the Federal supreme court for review of their Case. They Are under sentence of 90 Days in Jackson county jail. They were tried in july 1918. And have been denied various appeals in state courts. Half of recall name s Iii Fargo. N. D., july 16.�?More than half the signatures required to insure a recall election against governor Lynn j. Frazier. Attorney general be hike and John Hagen commissioner of agriculture and labor have been reported to the Headquarters of the Independent voters association it was announced today. Petitions filed and tabulated i a the Fargo Headquarters contained 43,933 signatures at noon. Eighty thousand signatures Are required. Of swede Queen operated on. Lion Dot. Eng. July 16.�?queen Victoria of Sweden who. It was recently announced had suffered a recurrence of her ear trouble underwent an operation yesterday. 3 7 6 my 6 9 i Cheeves. Freeman and Daly Schupp Grimes Smith and Taylor. First game St. Louis Ooi too Oil i�?4 at Boston .020 010 too 0�?3 Doak Pfeffer and Clemons Quillan and Gowdy. Second game St. Louis no. Of Tel too 120�?3 la 0 at Boston. Too 022 0 jx�?5 12 0 Haines. Sherdell Pertica and Clemons Oes Liger Fillingim and of Neil Gowdy. Special to the Republican Wolsey s. D., july Illiam d. Henderson a 22-Ycar-old sex service Man was foully murdered by an unknown i. Organizer on a northbound freight train near Here at 7 of clock Fri Day evening lie was shot because he refused to Purchase an i. Vav. Membership card Harvest hands who saw the shooting declare. Henderson was one of Twenty or More of the Harvest Boomers Efto were Riding a hat car. Atter a Wrangle Over joining tile i. A. the organizer flew into a rage pulled an automatic revolver and pumped bullets into his victim. Henderson apparently was unarmed. As the murderer tired Henderson a body tumbled Over the aide of the hat car and roiled Down the Railroad embankment where it was later picked Slayer escaped from the train somewhere Between Wolsey and Tulare and was being searched today by 400 or More sex service men from the american legion posts of Huron Wolsey Tulare and other towns in this Vicinity. A posse of 75 citizens gathered at Tulare and stopped tile train about 9 of clock. Four Hundred Harvest labourers were taken off the cars rounded up and kept tinder an armed guard until this morning. he majority of men held there spent Friday in Mitchell on their Way from Kansas and Missouri to the North Dakota Grain Fields. Search of the 400 Harvest hands disclosed the fact that about 300 of them carried the red i. Membership cards while scores of the group had their pockets tilled with the Industrial workers literature. The few men who were not i. were allowed to go on North when the train left but the remainder were held until Daylight when they were ordered to leave town on foot. The last seen of the 370 men. They were i going North on the Railroad track at Tulare. One organizer held Frank daring an i. W., organizer from Chicago is being Lichi on the testimony of five men on the train who claimed that he was implicated in the shooting. The men who witnessed the killing declare that daring was attempting to make Henderson pay the $2 i. W., membership fee and when Henderson refused daring started to fight him. Henderson appeared to be getting the better of the Light the men said when the unknown organizer with daring pulled out a .38 Caliper automatic revolver and shot Henderson killing him instantly. The train was in Oving and Henderson a body fell Over the Side of the Flat car. Two Young men were travelling with Henderson and they arc among the ones who identified daring As having been implicated Iii the shooting. Worked at Casper. According to the Story told by Henderson s companions the victim had worked in Casi it or. Wyo. For the Standard Oil company for about five months ust before starting out to find work in the Harvest Fields. His friends Pittsburgh. Ii quo How 4 la 0 at new York 400 042 21x�?13 18 2 Cooper. Zion and Schmidt Douglas and Snyder. Gonzales. In Mitchell by Carrier one w Eek. To cents of 35 St. Louis. July Ruth made his thirty fifth Home run in the sixth inning with one Man on. The hit was Maut off Van Gilder. Two weeks five weeks ten weeks three of so outside Mitchell by mail month. 5� cents si-30 one three months. Six months. One \ ear. Outside state per year 2.50 5.00 g.00 american league Boston. Too 002 422�?io 16 i at Chicago too too oooo 0 5 3 Bush. Scott and Ruel Wilkinson and Schalk. Iff v. \ Miller of Huron in searching the men. Were heavily armed the train reached Tular shortly after dark and the men were taken off the train marched up the Street and lined up under a Street Light for the search. A the i. Vav. Vav. Literature found among the group was destroy cd. 20 on murder car. Practically every on of the men on the train declared that they knew nothing at All about the shooting although there were said Lobo More than Twenty on Hie car on which the murder occurred. Conversation with the men disclosed the fact that much i. W., activity had been seen among the labourers during the whole trip from Kansas. Two foreign organizers Hartman Johnson a hungarian and John Nelson. A swede were taken into custody at Tulare when other men on the train reported that the two organizers had kicked several men off the train when the men refused to join the i. W., organization. It was discovered that neither of these two men had taken out citizenship papers and that Johnson had been registered As an alien enemy during the War. The authorities of Beadle county will turn the men Over to the department of Justice for investigation. Tilt body of Henderson tile Young Man Odio was murdered was taken to a Huron undertaking parlor where it will be held until his relatives Are located. If no relatives Are found it knew nothing of his Home however. A is believed that he will be buried by Henderson carried his discharge the american legion from the army showing that he had been a member of the 117th Supply a Quot a j01 Horner train of the forty second division and served overseas for 17 months. In an Effort to locate his parents the ,. It. 1 employing the same practices As be Huron authorities today sent wires to _. .7 that the i. Are invading South Dakota again this Harvest and the War department and to Camp Travis where the Young Man enlisted. New York. At Detroit. Shawkey and Behan Oldham and Bassler. I20 300 i too too 0 Leonard. The fired at another. Men travelling with Henderson Washington. At Cleveland. Courtney. Schact and Coveleski and Nunamaker. Philadelphia. At St. Louis. Rommel and severe id. Perkins too 020 30 Plain Meh he 0 too i Davis and fore is the allegation being brought in several sections of the state. Though generally avoiding the larger places it is understood that a Large number has lingered at Aberdeen testified that tile Man who did the refusing to work in the Fields though shooting also shot at one of them jobs were plentiful because they said just after he had killed Henderson the wages were not High enough and the two men with him were in Large gangs Are mentioned in press armed and were unable to make any dispatches As travelling through Nebraska. Being suspected of much Petty cents cents $1.50 Mon Tbs. I-95 six months. 3-&> one year. 75� All of the above rates Are payable strictly in Ach Alice. All those who have already paid their subscription in Advance will be Given additional credit in accordance v till the Abo e of rate Dakota Indian Joe famous sniper pedalled by 2 armies found penniless in Ohio City Olio stand against the i. W., organizer. A fear of being shot led the men to make no Effort to Stop the organizer when he loft the train soon after it left Wolsey. According to the description Given by the transients of the Man who did the killing he was about 35 years old. Was tall of heavy build and smooth shaven. He is about 5 feet 9 inches tall and wore Blue bib overalls and a Black hat when he left the train. A Man with him wore striped overalls and is described As having blonde hair. \ it Bori ties wired authorities at Mitchell and so Chevite Tler in rom i Rah wire i Columbus. Of. July 16.�?nh-hiv-a-ta. Or in a. E. F. Language. Indian Joe. Famous sniper with the american army during the world War. And possessor of the distinguished service medal the Croix de Guerre with Palms two other medals and a citation from marshal Petain found him self stranded Here yesterday. Ile was on his Way Back to the Pine Creek reservation. Porcupine Ridge. South Dakota. The volunteers of America and and legionnaires came to Joe s Aid and he accepted for the time being. A vaudeville portion in a local amusement Park. Joe spent y Wenty Tseven months overseas. At All other towns along the route of the Milwaukee and Northwestern rail thievery and other viciousness. The Garretson news tells of members of the association have visited there. According to the article the j. On a freight train there with several workers went through cars robbing All those who did not have a red card and in several cases kicking them off the train. One Young Man from Ohio not a member said he had $175 with him All of which was taken by the i. I the organization has caused considerable trouble in late years in South Dakota interfering. With Harvest operations and being guilty of a sabotage that has Cost the Farmers of the state thousands of dollars. One ways. Running out of Wolsey were of per pm to schemes is to place horse warned during the night to be on the snoes or other heavy Metal in bundles Lookout for the Man who did the Grain to that when hurled into the shooting. No Trace had been found threshing Rig it will smash part of of him up to noon today however. The machinery. Causing both delay Little trouble was experienced in and exp it nge it handling the 400 transients when they a a arrived at Tulare As All of the 75. Citizens who gathered to assist ser continued or Page seven
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