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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - July 19, 1924, Mitchell, South Dakota
Quot mkt i the evening Republican City edition vol. Xxx Mitchell South Dakota saturday july 19, 1924. Number 248wheeler will make defies wealth in struggle to keep his boy sunny smiles of this youth win him love but farmhand father without Money declares he wont let boy go youngster is Happy poverty makes i i trek Dif a to hem a cd he taken life As he finds it Tiptonville Tefkin. July 19.�?the whole world it seems has Turtle against Bert noles. Everybody is trying to take his boy away from him. Millions of dollars churches even the courts Are aligned against the poor uneducated farm hand in his fight to keep his eight year old Aon Jimmy. A Jimmy noles. Whose Home is a it foot Shack whose bed is a pile of rags Jimmy noles who used to be club footed and hobbled Quot a Long of the Quot outside of his Ankles but who now thanks to the sunday school folks and kindly doctors romps around like other kids Jimmy noles. Whom the nurses in Chicago fought to wait upon and who for weeks kept a big City laughing and crying at the things he said and did whom wealthy chicagoan Jimmy noles Bright As a shiny Ake fighting to adopt. And new Dollar though he never has i a few of the toys that were spent a Day in school showered upon him As he Jimmy noles whose smile poverty left the senator to be candidate with by Montana finally changes mind and agrees to make race with la Follette needs find a political abiding place outside of the two old parties As they Are constituted and a staged today. Is still a Democrat a in accepting this Call i do not abandon my Faith in the dra Cracy of Thomas Jefferson. I am a demo j Erat but not a Wall Street demo i Erat. I shall give my support and 1 whatever influence i May possess to t h Ese Quot a a n did it t e s for it office who have f proved their Fidelity to the interests a of the people wherever they May be question of permanent chair found. But i shall oppose every Man i i t1 on whatever ticket he May appear i Man Ciotti is Inear to l/15-who hears the Brand of the Dollar sign. A believing As i do that the presidential candidates selected by the is still a Democrat i democratic and Republica parties but upon accepting nomination he issues Bro Adside attacking Davis in per left Jim m y noles. Smile and pain Haven to been Able to erase j a score of wealthy families Are asking for the Chance to Lay their it i of Vita feet in it cd Tiv i a Uvo Church class helped him it was one sunday morning More than a year ago. The Young Peoples association of the methodist j Church Here discovered it would be Idle for awhile unless something or someone turned up on which t j could Center its philanthropic activities. One of its 50-Odd members told of j running across a Little club footed j boy whose parents were destitute. The class invest Whitford vice pre scribes Jimmy As h Hospital. Per rights Bert noles his father. Below the noles Home. Former cashier at Sisseton is Hhd for theft ated. Hug Dent thus found Hin e. Oungst in sick step at the he could pick 75 ton any Day. Finally class have a Ion of the on a Meg Onville got or. Ryers Hospital d to treat with Viola twin and who is e of his Case. I led More than $50 members of the is by the Federal land by in the suits Institute Bank seeks to recover $5,000 from the United j Barik which had been icae Reiser of Sis con. Head Over the news and his smile. With january Iii a the was a ragged dirty surrounded by poverty of the pm sin i Quot yet Quot a in Chi to Handicap. A the was waiting on i Mother when we arrived Shack. She told u pounds of much Persu Bert noles permission for the to Send Jimmy to Chicago to his deformed feet straightened. Tile Bible students raised the Money for his care and $50 More bathed him Cut his shaggy hair and decked him out from head to foot. Or. R w. Griffin of tip into communication with son. A surgeon at St. Luke Chir Piro. The latter offer Jimmy free a from Mon a a. A and the boy was tagged and Actu amount made Paya ally addressed to the Hospital and i sent to Klein As s1 sent on his Way alone in rare of a Pullman conductor. That was 1.1 May 1923. Captivated Hospital the Hospital staff fell heels in love with Jimmy papers a played a him men and women of wealth came to see him. Several families right from the Start wanted to adopt him. For weeks and weeks Jimmy sat his legs in a plaster cast. Last his feet were pronounced cured. For the first time in Hii Quot Jill a Fri her of cons. There was a a going out a party Tori him when he left. Nurses doctors. His wealthy callers loaded him Down with toys. A limousine drove him to the depot. Jimmy and his father had dropped out of sight. But inquiries revealed they were Back in their Shack near Hickman Fulty county by. Just across the line. Judge Charles d. Nugent and a Community nurse went out to see i them the Stepmother was in the last stages of tuberculosis. Jimmy was sleeping on his pallet of rags in another Corner of the room. I a red a ulna i us after he Stepmother had died. The Bible class wanted to take Jimmy away from the poorhouse. Nolea would t let him leave. He was afraid they would Kidnap him. The men finally took Jimmy into Hickman. Bert noles went too. He and Jimmy All dressed up again spent a week at Tiptonville the guests of the class. Then Bert conscious that trouble was brewing took his boy to Calvin Kelly Stone a isolated farm six Miles out of Hickman. There he is helping Nelliston a play by his crop. There the interviewer found him the Stock. A a nobody a going to take my boy i away a he declared. A i ainu to going to let anybody have him. He a mine. J and he a going to stay mine As Long i As i live. A a he a the Only one i cot now nip i Quot a i. July 19.�?suit a ourt Here yesterday and Bank of Omaha gtd states National aha National Bank Omaha. Neb., filed in Federal i j by the Federal i. Against the unit Bank and Tho by j of thie City As an outgrowth of Alleg j j de embezzlement of n. C. Klein. I former Secretary treasurer of the Sisseton National farm loan association of sly Seton. S. Gained i Klein und a indictment charged Yankee Consul Dawes plan is at Teheran is popular in u. S. Iti i Chry Mhz Hli fiefs Neil ill sgt i 1i1vi/ ii we a morn i farm loan act j it Ond pending trial. to have embed i 900 loaned to the Seton association cd. I of the land a of lately i cd states National a loaned to Mich on. Secured by Ai Corck Tor t is i in to re or was rotary of the association. Through which the loan was i negotiated i Klein it is charged in the indictments. Forged Reiser s name to the i Check and cashed it. Later representing to Reiser that he had not receive i de the to new in a similar manner. Klein is Alleg to have embezzled nearly $48,-t too sent by Check to him for nine 1 other Farmer members of the Sisseton association. Editor of Denver Post Dies after Short illness Denver Colo. July 19.�?harry h. Tammen editor and part owner of the Denver Post died Here Early today after a Short illness. Or. Tammen was 67 years old Twenty nine years ago when mrs. I Tammen and or. Bonfils bought the Post it was the smallest paper in j Denver. Today the Post is said to have the largest circulation of any newspaper in the Rocky Mountain i. Distr j in addition to his interest i Post or. Tammen possessed j Fortune estimated at $5.t 0 f,000. Or. Tammen had been ill about four months. About three weeks ago he was operated on at Johns Hopkins Hospital at Baltimore. Md., and returned to Denver last monday in the private car of j. Ogden Armour a close personal Friend. Brie die d from Shock at 3 o clock yesterday y afternoon after having been brutally kicked and beaten by a mob. Tho vice Consul and a i in sey Mour a Iso an american had stopped the triage to watch a r Eligio demons ration in the City thie Mes Sage a id and were rushed by the mob what Mist of k Thorn Tor to Rem acts it known As the Bahai. Against which the demonstrate 0% was directed Seyms it urls condition was Sal d to be us As a result of the beating he Recei Ved that he had been unable to Maki e any statement. Of a a a y i j a the state do pressed for his views regarding the minister i Dawes plan Charles Evans Hughes i american Secretary of state upon his arrival Here today abroad the Beren Garia said a american sentiment is Washington. Cd a july 19�?a me a Southampton. Eng. J Sage received today by apartment from american Joseph s. Kornfeld at Teheran per Sla. Said that vice Consul Robert in selcan Send the Dawes reminds and we i execution of that latest Secretary Hughes very strongly Beh port As it now St Lieve that prompt report is of the or in an interview. Emphasized that his visit to England. In off 11-1 i i i a not o1_ i a j Toj re ing the Dawes report however he declared a we Are very much interested in having it put into execution. We consider it affords a sound basis for Tho economic recuperation of asked whether he. Considered the Dawes plan could he modified and yet have the full effect which he apparently Hopes from it Secretary Hughes replied a a that a a discussion into which i m afraid i cannot of rapid City struck by heaviest Hail storm in years heavy Hail does much damage near Burke on Friday rapid City. So. July 19.�?the worst Quot hair storm in year Orote Bere yesterday afternoon continuing for be Raj a five minutes and shattering windows automobile tops and Street Light globes. Orchards crops and gardens in the Vicinity were. Stripped. Hail stones were piled thro and a half inches deep on level ground in this Vicinity. Weather forecast in the private american fliers quit London would rest at Kirkwall Standard reduces Aberdeen Gas Cost to eighteen cents Aberdeen s. D., july 19.�?announcing that it would sell its Cus Temora As Rhea nov As any. The Stan Dard Oil company today reduced re London eng., july 19�?up a the i three members of the american army round the world flying expedition. It who were guests of Honor at the Din i Ner Given by the Royal Aero club last night lieutenant Lowell h. Smith. Lieutenant Leigh Wade and lieutenant Leslie p. Arnold Smiths returned to the present ters of the flying party at Brough today to continue work on the three air planes which is pro pressing satisfactorily. They were anxious to get away from the distractions of London and get As much rest As possible before it f t r i Minnesota unsettled tonight sunday probably showers or Thunder storms warmer tonight near i Ake Superior cooler in Northwest portion. North and South Dakota unset i e4-.4ei- Arhl my a . 1-1 local Thunder storms not change in temperature. Week s forecast Washington d. Cd july 19.�?-Wea-i ther Outlook for the week beginning monday upper Mississippi Valley scattered showers and Thunder storms at be i ginning about Middle and near end temperatures near Normal or above. Region of great lakes showers and Thunder storms about Middle and again during latter half temperatures j near Normal. I xx-a1 temperatures maximum and minimum temperatures As recorded by the official government term Omen a trom a a. In. Yesterday to 7 a. In. Today maximum 71. Minimum. 59. At 8 a. In. Today. 63. Precipitation to 7 a. In. Today. Burk s. D., july 19.�?thousands of dollars Worth of damage was done a i Over a Large strip of territory in this in Vicinity late yesterday by the worst i Hail storm in several years. In an area eight Miles a wide and Twenty Miles Long Between Herrick and dal Las All Small Grain Corn and Garden and truck is a i to have been beaten Down. Farmers a d Hail drifted in some ravines to a depth of eighteen inches. To j ukr a much it a Cirion to a default Bauer to meet j. Barton Sioux Falls. S. D., july 19.�?r. H. Frees of Cedar rapids. La., semifinalist in the menus singles Competition of the state Tennis tournament defaulted today to Horace Barton of Sioux Falls leaving Only one semifinal match to be played that of John Barton Sioux Falls against Charles Bauer of Mitchell. Finals in All events will be pushed tomorrow. Inn Arr Raur were to meet la to j this afternoon. Tail and tank Wagon prices to 18 cents meeting the Price of the inter agent and state stations. Any Hup off for Kur it ii a Cut Ute machines have been refitted next tuesday or wednesday ready for the Long trans Atlantic leg of the coif flight. 14. Weather and roads Watertown Cloudy Muddy. Aberdeen Clear 54 precipitation Trace. Huron Clear 62 capitation .18. Sioux Falls Cloudy 54 Road precipitation to 7 a. Rn., .21. A roads 54 roads fair roads fair pre 0 fair Pierre a partly Cloudy,-l2_�?road Muddy precipitation to 7 a. Rn., .32. Mitchell partly Cloudy 63 roads Muddy precipitation to i a. Rn., .14 seven children in Canoe lost at sea can to find bodies search of Long Island sound and the Shore for seven children who put out in a Canoe from St. Marys by the sea thursday afternoon continued today without result. Hope was practically abandoned and Shore residents were asked to be the Hod irs _ Ort the Locknut fur the Canoe in. Which the children set out on the rough sea was recovered yesterday afternoon. Washington d. O., july 19.�?up a senator Wheeler of Montana who won National distinction by his conduct of the Senate Daugherty investigation. Accepted the vice presidential nomination on la Follette Independent ticket today and immediately began his Campaign with a broadside against the political affiliations of Calvin Coolidge and John w. Davis. A i am a Democrat but not a Wall Street Democrat a he said in a letter formally accepting the nomination tendered him by the group of la Follette leaders in conference Here. Attacks Davis the democratic party he continued had a wantonly abandoned an a f to a i in up pvt Iii lib ii a a a i 1 and both it and the Republican party had a ignored the Call of the unorganized millions who Are the victims of the present economic senator wheelers acceptance and his denunciation of the two old line parties were embodied in a letter to William h. Johnston of the machinists Union heading a committee sent to him by the conference of la Lollette leaders to receive his reply to the formal tender of the vice presidential nomination voted yesterday. The letter follows a after careful consideration i have concluded to accept the Honor your committee so generously conferred Quot on Quot me Quot by a t in Den in go to Quot m e Quot the nomination for vice president As the running mate of the Hon. Robert m. La Follette candidate for president of the United states. Regards move As duty a i have had no desire As you know to become a candidate for any office in the approaching election but have decided that it is my duty to accept your Call because it appears to me that by so doing i can Best serve the highest interest of the american people. A i regret exceedingly that the democratic party in the recent National convention in new York so i completely lost sight of the fundamental principles of democracy Ami ignored the great economic issues of the present hour. It has wantonly abandoned an Opportunity for great Public service that never before was so clearly within its reach and so certain to Lead to Success. A while the Farmers of the entire nation were facing bankruptcy labor unemployed business depressed and a Large majority of our citizens suffering from sinister exploitation the Republican and democratic parties in convention ignored the Call of the unorganized millions who Are the victims of the present economic disorders and chose leaders whose train-1 and whose social and political association Are with the great predatory interests. Too much Wall Street a every democratic Leader in and out. Of Congress has proclaimed the democratic party free from the taint some degree of truth the financial in some degree of truth the final Lal interest entered there but whose ramifications extend far beyond for the corruption in the Republican administration and for the discriminatory legislation against the common people of America what Are the people to think when the Standard bearer of their party is an attorney who represents these interests who lives h Ruf As Loci a1 a so of to ii i a 4 i to 1 typifies All that big business stands for just As much and just As truly As does the Republican nominee. A in this situation i find myself unable to support either the Republican candidates who frankly admit their reactionary Stan Pat policy or the democratic candidate who May claim in Well chosen phrases that he is a progressive but whose training and constant association belie by such prevention. A Between Davis and Coolidge there is Only a Choice for conservatives to make. The uncontrolled Liberal and progressive must show his colors a Kara of Imp Prahin. A this is a time when everyone who claims to be a progressive must show his Dors must support the candidacy of Robert m. La Follette and the genuinely progressive program or else forever disclaim any pretence to progressive political action. It is our duty to our country to give to the progressive and liveral forces of this nation an Opportunity to express themselves in the coming election. As Between Coolidge and Davis they Are disfranchised. Issue is pronounced a the Issue before the people were never More pronounced the cleavage is Clear Cut. The Republican j and solemnly chose the path of indifference toward if not support of the privileged interests. No one except thou use who believe in a government of special interests can vote for the presidential nominee on either the Republican or democratic National tickets. A the progressive Forward looking people of the nation irrespective of party affiliation who honestly believe in clean government in the enforcement of the Law against the privileged class As Well As against the common offender those who believe in the prosecution of the profiteer and those guilty of corruption for 1924 will be unable if elected to serve the Best interests of the people of the United states. I therefore accept the Call of your committee and shall do my Best to help make this my country Safe for a a o Nonni it vet in party checked at Huron meet progressives find it hard to begin work rusting today a meet Many oppose Short Contention also quarrels Over credentials finals accepts forty seven Huron. S. D., july 19.�?up a under the unswerving guidance of its chairman George w. Wright and a majority disposition to respect the Dic came up Tate. Of the primary election the South Dakota Republican party organization in a Alai Wila Ponfer Nee Here yesterday engulfed a movement at discord within its ranks and unanimously adopted a Resolution re affirming alliances to its state and National platform and candidates. The Resolution in full declares j a we re affirm our principles Laid Down in the state and National platforms wre pledge our undivided Asp port to president Calvin Coolidge and i general Charles g. Dawes our candidates for president and Vive president of the United states to our candidate for United states senator and to our candidates for representatives in Congress and governor As Well As j All other candidates regularly Nomi i Quot Fiat eel Quot Quot tri t h e i a be Quot Quot a quote p of ii can Quot riot tax ies. A we further unqualified Day endorse j the policy enunciated by our state chairman. George w. Wright As to the manner of conducting the coming Republican Campaign in South Dakota and we believe with him that government through parties instead of through individual movements is the Best safeguard to our american institutions. The harmonious outcome of the conference which was declared by or. Wright and other party leaders to have been the largest and most productive of its kind in recent years we As not reached without a threat at rebellion. The Quot republicanism of governor Mcmaster. Candidate for unites states senator was decidedly challenged from the floor by several delegates representing a Well defined action chiefly owing to the governors Frank Espousal of the farm bloc in Congress and a implied sympathy with the la Follette a outside of causing a spirited debate Over what a constituted republicanism the charge received Little support from the conference and was disposed of after warm retaliation. Governor Mcmaster was not present. Factional spirit in the conference. At Tho outset in a search of Short addresses by congressman w. R. Wood of Indiana representing the Republican National committee Carl g. Gunderson candidate for governor congressman c. A. Hurl Stepherson and chairman Wright. The conference ended late today with the appointment of an executive committee of More than fifty members and other committees in finance publicity and organization. Today a baseball american league St. Louis. 302 too 030 Washington. Non 014 of i shocker and Reno Martina and Tate. Cleveland too too 220�? 5 1 1 3 new York. 101. 006 i Lxi to 12 0 Coveleskie and Myatt Shawkey and Schang. First game Detroit. To 033 ioo�?18 21 i Boston. Too Nio oooo i 4 1 Collins. Wells amt Woodall Fuhr. Ruffing Perguson and Heving. First game Chicago 031 010 060�?ll la i Philadelphia. 201 too Ooin 4 12 3 Faber and Crouse Gray and Perkins. A a a a Chicago. Ii of Philadelphia. 222 of Connally Leverett and Crouse disagreement a to the a ept Anne of delegates and the proper Way of a foaming. 4-h-ft. Nga n j rat to p. Marked the opening afternoon session today of the meeting in Mitchell t the City i Hall of representatives of la Ber bodies from All parts of the state. Here of organize a South Dakota Branch of Tho National conference for progressive political action. After considerable wrangling among the various factions the forty seven delegates having credentials were accepted and Given one vote each in the organization. Then the question s to this appointment of a permanent chairman to take Tho place of Wallace m. Short acting chairman. Object to iowan some of the delegates wanted or. Short named permanent chairman but the fact that he came from Iowa roused a storm of opposition and it was apparent that he would not to selected. Those who apposed the selection of or. Short loudly declared that they w Ere not a babies in politics and did a not need some one to come from Iowa and Tell them How to run their there seemed to be a general fear that an impartial chairman could not be selected and the various factions were unable to get together on this question although speakers for a the different groups were a i Isian Imus in their desire that some one be named who would treat the divided groups impartially some on who could put the organization on a sound basis and prevent the convention from falling into the control of any one group. Mrs. Mary Hildebrandt who is a Delegate to the conference reminded the delegates that when an outsider once attempted to control a political organization in Coddington county the candidates were Defeated and she urged that this not happen again. Organization Reid up it seemed this afternoon As though t he delegates Quot were a Dong to quoth Over a hard struggle before any sort of a Complete organization was formed for some wanted the appointment of a chairman first and others declared that the organization should be perfected before a chairman was named. The committee on credentials appointed to pass on the credentials of the delegates was composed of f. J. Purdy Mitchell representing the Central body chairman Irving he Lander from Crescent Lodge no. 725. Aberdeen. E. H. Muller representing the Farmer labor Union from Hartford. Mary b. Huldebrandt represent ing the Union labor league of Watertown and r. B. Moberly from the Railroad progressive club of Sioux Falls. Mrs. Huldebrandt was appointed As Secretary of the committee. It we As evident that the sentiment of the gathering was for the endorsement of senator Robert m. La Follette for president and Roderick Weir. Of Mobridge who is acting As Secretary pro tem declared he Wax confident that the members of the new organization would vote to support the senator but he doubted whether one of the Independent state ticket would be endorsed at this first meeting. Leaders in labor political circles in the state Here for the meeting today included Warren Jcj Kocir a str born a democratic candidate for congressman from the first South Dakota District r. Richards Huron f. H. Hildebrandt Watertown and James f. Hullihan Watertown. In High places those who still Boid to the political principles and personal ethics of Jefferson and Lincoln must Harris. Burr and Perkins second game Detroit. 909 of Boston. 200 of Stoner and Bossier Quinn and of Neill. National league first game Boston too too 0 St. Louis .300 010 0 Barnes and of Neil Bell and Gonzales. Brooklyn too 030 Cincinnati .020 too Doak Decatur and de Berry Sheehan Donohue and Hargrave. First game Philadelphia too 002 ooo�?3 9 2 Chicago .104 040 oox�?9 13 i Carlson Couch Pinto and Hin line Wendy Kaufmann keen and of Farrell. New York .140 020 300�?io 17 0 Pittsburgh too 040 002�? 6 la 2 Barnes Watson and Snyder Meadows Yde Pfeffer and Smith. Second game Philadelphia of Chicago. To Glazner and Wilson Jacobs and Hartnett. A american amx a i Ihmi Herriot wins Concession at Allied session Indianapolis at Kansas City postponed rain. London England. July 19.�?up a the committee of the inter Allied conference in charge of sanctions in the event of Germany a default under the Dawes scheme today unanimous in agreed to insure investors in the loan to Germany of priority on All German resources in the event of Germany s default. The committee also unanimous in agreed to preserve All the rights enjoyed by the nations which signed the Versailles treaty. These to issues stood in the Way of the negotiations of the conference yesterday and the agreement on them it is believed. Will expense in achieving a general agreement on the Dawes plan. The agreement on the preservation of the rights of the signatories to the Versailles treaty was a Concession to Premier Herriot of France and in effect it preserves the right for separate action on the part of France. It enables m. Herriot to live up to the pledge he gave to former Premier Raymond Poincare that All the French rights under the treaty will be maintained. After committee number on in which these debated issues have been causing delay had reached an agree Ideiil the French Premier authorized a i a Iii of i i i in ii a statement that he was highly pleased i with the Progress of the conference
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