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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - July 30, 1924, Mitchell, South Dakota
Twelve Page the evening Republican vol. Xxx Mitchell South Dakota wednesday july 30, 1924. Number 257 filers want Cigar ets and ice water farm Relief reparation a a o pit do act to be stressed i body to enter mental experts u. S. Flyers off my Tai k final leg of Dav talk and inn ill Viii Mai it i that is first request of u. S. Wadi non Coe Tiki Juu Lintl Luj water and ice but no whisky is called for by Lieut. Smith meets wife of rival mrs. Mria Ren whore spot be is reversing ctr tit and iof s London caller by Milton Bronner Nea Serow correspondent the the "k7i-i�?�nd found and to wit or twit c it a t Story ago it cd Shin a few minutes later two american air planes land the Field. They have Mac Hundred and three Guise named magi of a Fleet of up similar history. The Little ves Wood and equipped with a few . A were the first to circumnavigate �?Tlife1 Globe. And this tiny Fleet of three air planes led by lieutenant Lowell h. Smith has repeated part of that perform Nee. I ears Tan. Ii she the four Portu Niland made j Sels of conference Franks Case democratic nominee to go commission leaves Paris to j states attorney loses farther than his own j Day to take part Effort to exclude party platform a a London discussions alienist testimony hop off fran Scot i and for seeks foreign Market France to yield Point j insanity is excluded Orkney islands this ican Date will sat How sex Herriot delegation for the judge Forenoon ports of farm products should be increased to go tomorrow dark Harbor Islesboro a a a i july 30.�?alter two weeks first time ready to Heun Quish control of German defaults Caverly. However says he will hear evidence mental condition Maine. the Paris France. July 30.�? a a the Chicago july 30.�? a a the big attorneys for Nathan and Richard Loeb presidential nominee will Start Back assume a part the inter Allied con j confessed murderers of Robert to new York late today to begin the Ference w hich is considering Means of Franks to save them from the Gal drive that is to carry his political for putting the i it awes reparation plan j tows broke out judge John r. Flight commander s m i t h place j Qujet of the Penobscot is i reparation commission is leaving for j Legal fight by sait i lands. John w. Davis democratic London at 4 Clork this afternoon to Leopold or. Time i or Labrador j _ _. I a tune into the Eer fire a to operation. The suggestion that the his pocket is the draft of his a reparation commissioner be summon Cep Tance address the product of his i de was made by James a. Logan jr., labors Maine and his All import j american representative at the Lon i ant utterance of the Campaign. It will i Don conference. Or. Logan is the of a be delivered ten Days hence at Clarks i filial observer with the reparation i Burg. I commission during its sitting Par Lieutenan it Lowell Smith and mrs. Mclaren wit num. Had and w h Rel thin i of stick and Yards of Iteni and some alumni a by powerful engines. Latter Day magi fat a quarters arum by landed loud to you reckon was lieutenant Smith Lachine stopped had out of the Roc Tref into his Young British claim it Iti at i Movit i Viu Laume pact navies Ria per.5 five meeting there. State police Din d the crowd there and arrested men. At West minister near Here a third meeting was held but Kirk Ali Orkney islands Scotland. July 30.�? a a the a unil f Vio Murm fliers their Way homeward arrived Here today from Brough eng i land at 4 10 of clock this afternoon. Brough England. July 30.�? a the american army aviator j linking their world flight hopped off cumin of Many issues the speeches the reparation at 1024 o clock this morning for Antral theme will to a honesty i Gates will meet sir John Bradbury the Kirkwall capital of the Orkney is-1 government the 1924 Battle cry of British member who already is lands off the North coast of Scot land. I the weather was Calm with prac i Tica my no wind and the sky some a i what overcast As the aviators their three planes took off with the Good Caverly a court today. Con while embodied it will be a Dis is commission Dele the democrats. The nominee will As i London and hold a plenary session Sault the record of the Republican i the British capital at to of clock thurs administration As disclosed Senate Day morning. Investigations. I France ready to \ held Point next importance will be the Dis London England july 30. A11 Russion of foreign affairs. Here his i for the first time since the inter Al lans the. The p intr u Lii a v Ith o by Ironi e r to it to a w and soda k did Rod rom a drink. Was r amb Spee hand Ca unite we by words Rhine uni native cd said to a Dru whisky e attaches of ther of courses. Re t said i wanted rink. A cold drink h ice that was that. And it was d with much Fervour that Frederick Ramg. First Secretary of the Amer a embassy who was deputising for Quot Quot Kellogg a two a hts a Ach of Welcome if indeed he had a. All he did waa to shake Smiths and and say a Howdy Xii Kath it worst a solemn moment when the try of British reporters Cor Mith. Took him off Jondon. Frig. July a tile British government Lias made representations to tile governments of the United states and Japan that the alteration of the elevation1 of guns capital War vessels or e spend to res for the purpose of increasing the radius of action of these guns would be. ,.n the. Pinion.olihr.45rllisfe.jnvf. Ernie of a breach of the a Ash ton convention. This declaration was the House of it onions by Arthur Ponsonby under Secretary for foreign affairs answer to a question. Brings controversy to i Iii Nylon. I 39.�?�? ply great Britain s per a try tall cons against the a hip modernization program of the american Navy May bring to a head at. Last a controversy that has stirred naval circles almost continuously since the adjournment. Of the arms conference state department offic today to comment re Noc Cement of the brit1 to indicate what the it it government would be. T impression that the quies of such importance the i study of the whole sub if two clashes took place Here during the night Between the crowd within the Field and those outside. A As the night wore . The police handicapped by their Lack of numbers the scattered position of the combatants and the darkness. Were Able Only to keep the Road Clear. When Dawn broke 150 men still remained the Road outside the Field and a similar number of men were within the Field. But with the com Ling of morning the crowd the Roadway gradually broke up. Police reinforcements dispersed the remainder and those who had been forced to remain within the enclosed i Field were enabled to leave. Legion growth state told to convention hot Spring. S. D., Tull friends say the democratic candidate i will attack the record of the Hamill no Coolidge administration. Of Little Leas importance will be Tho discussion of agricultural Relief. Or. Davis is described by those who Are most intimately acquainted with his ideas As inclined to he very Liberal his treatment of the subject. They i a lied conference assembled the French to a Zajc Zuj is i i l a a Gill Yidi it ated a w i 11 ingress to surrender under certain conditions their right to separate action against Germany Case of a reparations default under the Dawes plan. If the allies cannot unanimously agree whether a flagrant default has or i Rte Tifre Clio of a or ,iiii�.,i uu8i/ head the Promontory North of Bridlington Bay evidently intending to follow the coast northward. Thus began the first leg of their journey Over the Atlantic by Way of Iceland and Greenland to Indian Harbor Labrador. I would not be surprised if he goes a. I _. _ Kirkwall a town of 3.500. To step Furth a than does the Democrat 0� Quot re is a Quot ated Houton Bay. Tho North Jalc i arbitration Board which there will be experts of the original Dawes commission decide the question. One condition is that German pay the flier to eve Are needed. Specific Means of accomplishing this the Best end should be set before the country. Incident As it is the platform the j that the Success which has brought flux klan Issue probably will be i them 18.000 Miles their Pioneer dealt with generally under the subject ing flight will not desert them during of religious Liberty. So far As the work conference the american Atti 1 the last stage of their Endeavor. Democratic ranks themselves Are con j tude seems veering toward that of before leaving. Lieutenant trowel i corned this is regarded by Many party j France instead of that of great Brittle platform. Eastern Side of the Island of main the candidate is known to regard j land sometimes called Pomona the that rect Lon of the farm Plank refer largest of the Orkney group. Stores j i ing to the restoration of the foreign of Oil and Gay Oline await the fliers markets for american farm produce there and Tow boats and repair me Jas somewhat vague. Ile believes a Are ready Case the the six men Wen of health and spirit and ments goods be linked with the question of defaults and that France acquire new rights relating to payments kind which Are outside the present Reading of the Versailles treaty. To the present stages of this dead the engagement opened when Robert e. Crowe states attorney after resting his own cae sought to shut off All testimony of defense experts rebating to the mental responsibilities of the Youthful defendants. He maintained that the plea of guilty prevented them from using any state of mind As a mitigation of punishment and with his assistants continued the argument throughout the morning session even though judge Caverly said he would overrule the objection. Tho defense told tile judge that they had a right to show that mentality had figured the. Ii musts mrs of Retro it inn and the court indicated that he agreed with the i. The judge said however no Opportunity remained for offer of insanity As a Legal defense. And he would not permit such testimony to he introduced. When the dispute reached a squalling stage or. Crowe said to Tho court Quot it you hear evidence of Ide i to a and a eth North we lieutenant s i a took nun v 11 i or t. British customs Bureau away i the autograph Hunting crowd. I Egan firing questions at him As Ning the trip. J he e worst part of it All was j Fern Alaska a said Smith. �?othere1 d the Wool lies winds and ont Renoe before the United reply to London Ial quarters it was r by that any decision before the return for f Secretary Hughes Between him and los declined London Anil move or icy of this a gave the 01 Xiv is one a careful t would he states h. Smith the flight commander said he expected to reach Kirkwall about six hours and that the departure from the place would occur to i Morrow or Friday. There were not official ceremonies at the sendoff. J prefer colder skies the aviators arose at 4 of clock i and at r were at the air dome getting their machines ready and wait i reports of a departmental member ing to see what sort of weather exceeds last years total j would follow the Dawn since it Hadj a a a a Paph Uncertain int Fogt the. Q there were no British or american i i officials present at the take off. It is understood they will make their fare a Wells to the airmen at Kirkwall. ii ii j East leaders As one of the most delicate the Many subjects to be treated. Taxation and Tariff will be major topics of the address. A a to. Of Ain. Colonel Logan a proposal was hip by forty three and a recommendation by r. E. Waters department j contract officer that the positions of department adjutant and contract officer he consolidated were the High i its of the opening session today i who h is pop a Ted six British planes railway Board plans contempt Tase Foriest followed by expression of grate ther Ofui appreciation the part of the French delegates but the american suggestion that the reparation Coral Mission he called into the actual proceedings the present negotiations brought immediate objection from the British. Hid of the the promo v sixth annual state amet1e%ii convention. Lean brother airmen convention was under Way pressed for a state to at to a. . With the a j c0umr5rmn ement of the colors and wheni41�?��?� of to their Amer it to his commander a mini that blow 70 Miles suddenly Stop and univ k Ait Assai no and Bour and then then just As sad i Dent Coolidge. Or. Hughes jars and Snow into your face. Ally conducted the work of the american delegation at the by Ashington Irv cold. Whippingst5.�?zhosp stewing tin j commander Stephens brought Down i Tell them we Are very anxious to i the Gavel he faced a sea of Post Pla them. The quicker the better for cards which half filled the municipal confident we shall achieve auditorium which these Sion is the rest of the trip. I think we have i being held. Been Over rougher spots already than i or. Waters report also advised we Hall encounter Here. T mean our j a Dae of Kuqi alaskan experience Chicago july 30�?chairman hoop or. Of the United states Railroad labor Board will go to Washington j tomorrow to Confer with the depart j meet of Justice officials a con i tempt proceedings the Federal j which Tho Board has agreed j May be necessary to establish its right to Force submission of testimony from All parties to a controversy. The proposed court action would hit Iofik Hunt a Viii Fuji it i Xvi hidden slayers of a dry sleuths Robert e. Crowe s ate a attorney of Cook county Iii. Who waged a Legal Battle today to Block insanity evidence for the defense the Franks Case. A Pard a you sax willies a a a a no w to 1111c1 a. A what blankly. Enters beams b and pop is the Fir.�?� says a polite briton these winds Are called the lollies. Rut they give you the s that a asked the briton woman reporter. The nightly at lieutenant Smith the great questions a what St thing you Are going to do British representations Are based. A tip modernization Proe Rai including a change of Elevation of i greater Coop the main batteries of the first un1 i and departmental headquarter warships was sent to Congress by to a concise review president Harding december 1922-1 world War veterans act changed to come immediately before North Pacific the state convention so As to enable a the whole i think we will find Tion Between units ii More comfortable colder latitudes for we can Drc of the new i feature but we a a. S. Thorn j overcoming the Hei Canter about the refusal last week of by crossing ti10 i i i inc it Ninfi pvt i but tire Wilmington. C., july 30.�?hundreds of armed men gathered Early today the swamps near Phoenix. 16 Miles from Here to Hunt for Tho i j slayers of Sam w. Lilly Deputy United tri of ,. X log Usa Juty Ana then sentence these states Marshall and Leon George Cit i \ men to imprisonment and they prohibition officer and special duty 1. I u a. ,. Then Appeal to the supreme court i Marshall who were shot to death last u. for Low tem land new York books at her quizzically for when v Smith a moment and then draw is a a prepare to hop off for san Diego. Meets British fliers wife i 1a fax it i the pre win Al unix a i London Welcome to our fliers. Mrs. Maclaren wife of Squadron Leader Maclaren of the British air forces w to also started a world flight i congratulated Smith and his com 1 Pavlons upon their Success. She j thanked them for some favors they had helped secure for her husband. The anxious wife was revealed. She knew the terrific fight with the elements that our men had w Hen they crossed the North Pacific. She j knew her own husband was those same regions at that very moment. And she sought Comfort by asking our men whether they thought Mac j Laren was much danger. Smith proved himself a Gallant j Diplomat. He told the pretty Young wife the truth about the dangers at the i time of year and yet such a Way As not to add to her fears. And that very evening the papers reported Maclaren was overdue and that japanese War vessels were seeking traces of him the desolate Waters around the Kurile islands. J accompanying memorandum j Secretary do Jib declared the work proposed was of a major and vital j importance National defense and it Wras pointed out by Navy officers j during consideration of the question i Congress that Many of the first Iii British fighting ships already had gun ranges comi arable to those i Quested for the american Navy. Of locomotive engineers and the i brotherhood of locomotive engine a men and firemen to submit evidence i and testimony to the Board the controversy with Western carriers dust of the i wage increases and certain working of Sioux Falls substitute Dis troops our longest leg the trip i rui#8> w ill be from Greenland to Labrador i a a i done to care what you gentlemen night from ambush. The scene of the killing waa of i. J. with this Case when i get through score Trail through a swamp near., a a.a5 with it retorted the judge. Thomas Marshall indictment expert for the states attorney remark five sent to Hospital after klan Battle j Sot j strict manager of the veterans Bureau emphasized the part each Post May i but we Are not worried i play helping disabled veterans i Avail themselves of their rights und a the aet. Herbert Anderson department his i Torian reported thirty two posts acre i Tive historical work. J a period devoted to conferring j honors for membership activities Harry Fox of Sioux fans was pre i rented with a medal for holding the individual Lead obtaining new j members. Selby Post was awarded the Sioux Falls press trophy the basis of Community activities and the Spearfish Post won the Deadwood Pioneer times trophy for the greatest proportionate gain membership. The opening of the convection of Sweet joins Bryan against defense Day Coolidge May Center Campaign new York Chicago july 30.�?Campaign plans that Commonwealth the thundering maelstrom of the most intensive presidential contest recent years Are being tentatively considered by Republican managers Here. To what degree the Republican it Persia seeks imbr1e slayers. A the women a auxiliary of the legion Lancaster mass. July 30.�?afters was delayed briefly owing to the a night of disorders and clashes presence of less than fifty one per which scores were injured a crowd a cent of the delegations representing of men who had engaged a night the department As required the of hostilities with members and spec i Constitution. A err a it a a Al flux flan ies to few i the Rule was suspended. However. A Field near Here were dispersed with and the session opened with fifty six the arrival of additional state patrol a units represented. Mrs. E. H. Loy men today. Between 5�0 and 800 j head of Faribault. Minnesota nation men had engaged the fighting Dur Al vice president of the auxiliary was j Long the night. The list of injured today following the nights fighting included five men whose injuries were so serious As to require treatment at hospitals. Phoenix Over which Lilly and George were travelling the formers automobile. The two who had been unusually Active lately raiding Moonshine Plant the Vicinity had left Wilmington the afternoon to serve papers a prohibition Case and apparently had paused their Way to seize a Small Copper still which was found the car with their bodies. Powder Burns Georges face disclosed the nearness of the assassins Evhen they fired at the deputies. Twenty five Buckshot wounds were found Georges body and at least 20 that of Lilly. Their weapons had not been used. Posses left Wilmington and nearby towns for the scene As soon As news de at one stage of the argument that the defense was confusing the court. They want to plead insanity and Call it mental irresponsibility who exclaimed. \ of can Call it Green cheese if you like a retorted Benjamin Bach rach of the defense counsel. A take All the time you wish a the court told the prosecutors. A a to lives Are at stake judge Caverly however called or. Com is Ailenn Orund the fact that 81 witnesses had testified for the state order to give the court full information As to its facts. He indicated present As a guest of Honor. Weather forecast South Dakota partly Cloudy to nne was a policeman who was struck j night and thursday slightly cooler the head by a Stone. Three others were suffering from wounds believed to have been caused by a Shotgun loaded with Rock Salt. Many others Are know to have been Hurt by clubs flying stones and nth a missiles. Two automobiles tonight extreme East portion. Local temperatures maximum and minimum temperatures from 7 a. . Yesterday to 7 a. . Today maximum do minimum 63._ Loveland colo., july 3d.�?declar ing he would cooperate with pres Dent Coolidge As far As he deems it j fort will be intensified new York proper but declaring unequivocally j will be finally determined by East that he would not order the mobilize j Ern advisers of National chairman Tion of the Colorado National guard William m. Butler who left today for National defense Day september j Boston new York and Washington 12. Governor Sweet interview \ f0r a weeks meeting with party Lead with the Loveland Herald reporter ers new England and the ear Tern today went record opposition to i Seaboard states. Regardless of what j the idea of Observance of the Day. J Eastern councils of the party May defence Day plans published specifically recommend however it Washington d. C., july 30. Plans j seemed certain As or. Butler de a for the Obs of september 12parted that the Battle for new Yorkus As defense Day. A project which has i forty five electoral votes would rep become a subject of much Contr resent the Best Campaign efforts of Versy Are Laid Down detail the forces waging the fight for pres str colons sent by the War depart Dent Coolidge and Charles g. Dawes. Ment to All its branches and to the j 0 commanding generals of All corps areas. As made Public by the department for the first time a namely patriotic demonstrations and a teen by Way of preface it is explained that lieu of a extensive Field exercises which for economic reasons cannot be held during the present Calendar year the Secretary of War has decided to initiate of the killing wag received. Their of i would be equitable to allow Simi forts to run Down the slayers rimmed a leeway to the defense. Beckwith Bank at Fargo merged with Security Fargo. D., july 30.�?the Northern National Bank and the securer try National Bank were operating As i Cincinnati lately however were handicapped by the darkness and the organized Hunt was delayed until Dawn. Today baseball american league new York St. Louis. No game rain. Philadelphia. Cleveland. Satyr to r i ? n c Smith Myatt. Washington. Detroit. Johnson and Ruel Wii Thill Bassier. Boston .020 Chicago too Ehmki and of Neil Connally and Crouse. National league St. Louis. 012 to Philadelphia. 403 to Dickerman Sherdel and Gonzales ring Hubbell and Wilson Henline. First game too Ono ooo�?0 7 i a ont Wnenta i United to Tate a Mobil i one institution today following Hie Boston. 109 pop q2x�?,3 or 0 state rems Frank a. Sheer was the last witness for the state. He testified merely that he took Loeb a confession the night of May 30. The defense caned As its first wit i Ness or. William Alanson White superintendent of St. Elizabeth a Hospital Washington d. .010 of judge Caverly overruled Objec-.000 0 \ Tjon states attorney Robert e. And Crowe to the Shanony by Arn defend i alienist. 02 i your Honor gave these defend 04 ants a term of years satisfactory to and them it i their attorney a argued or. I Crowe a i could not Appeal and they would not. I insist that if the question of insanity is raised. It is your Honor re duty to i panel a jury and determine that judge Caverly Shook his head and said a a overruled but or. Crow continued the argument the Legal Point he had raised during the argument judge Caverly declared that the defense would not be permitted to go into evidence of insanity and demanded to know Tutt tip dim via i ii Herh re it had any authority to show that would prevent him from hearing evidence As to the state of mind or mitigation. After the argument had lasted of minutes and gotten Back to the states accusation that the Defenso was trying to plead both sane and insane at the same time Walter Bach rach suggested that a hour and Ai half had been wasted a a no a said judge Caverly a it has not be a wasted. The court will take a Day and a half this if Neces turn to Page three please . Is told Teheran Persia july 30.�? 4 a the newspaper Iran today publishes a letter from the foreign minister to Hie american minister saying the government and the nation Are horrified and sorrowful Over the killing of vice Consul Imbrie and that every Endeavor is being made to find the culprits who will be severely Pun-lsh�4> were partly demolished by showers of stones and missiles. The hostilities which broke out last night when 300 klansmen friends and spectators assembled a Field Nee there which they had rented Only to be endangered by a crowd of Between 300 and 500 men. Came As a culmination of bitter feeling that has existed for some time. While the fighting was beginning j Here a similar outbreak occurred i Spencer several Miles away when a t.ow�?T. Showered with Stone carrying persons away from a at 8 a. . Today 69. Weather and roads. Aberdeen Clear 55 roads Good. Mitchell Clear 69 roads Gootel. Watertown Cloudy. 72 roads fair fair. Huron Cloudy 67 roads Good. Pierre Cloudy 60 roads Good. Sioux Falls Clear 68r roads Good. Of when a Quartz Crystal is heated it expands faster Sid Wise than length a flux Wise. Nation Demoi traction which will serve Sale of the former to the latter As a As occasion for assemblages and result of a situation that developed ceremonies involving Public Manifes-1 the affairs of the Northern notations of loyalty and practical a a tonal last week. Trio ism a i the assets of the Northern nation connection mph the patriotic Jai were purchased by the Security demonstration corps area command j National after disclosure of apparent Are informed that the purpose a is Lent shortage of approximately $51.-to depict the Progress of mobilization i too the former Bank a accounts the dependency of units the com last week. Before the Purchase however the Bank a books were i Unity to which allocated and the contribution personnel that would be expected from each Community the event of a National Emer gency. Cleared of the apparent shortage. H. P. Beckwith was president of the Northern National which deposits of $1,176,723. Benton and Sandberg Hargrave Cooney and of Neil. Chicago. Too too of Brooklyn. 303 too of Milstead. Wheeler and Hartnett Grimes and Taylor. Pittsburgh. Ooi Ici ? new York. 00 Ooi 0 Cooper and Smith Jonnard and Snyder. Second game Cincinnati. Tot nip of Boston. Ion 002 03 Sheehan and Sandberg Barnes and Gibson
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