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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - June 5, 1922, Mitchell, South Dakota
The evening Republican third edition vol Xxxviii. War Mitchell South Dakota monday june 5, 1922 number 210 Sisters figure in eternal occultism of Orient leads to dual love v Omaha sister word and wed in rapid succession by k psychoanalyst r first wins divorce i second Quick by weds Max whom sister charged with extreme cruelty Omaha. Neb. June 5�?oriental occult a and the Mystic love teachings of the East Are weirdly mixed Here with Western manners and modern rho analysis in the strangest Triangle on record. A the tip of this Triangle stands k v Franklin Hall psychologist who. Flatbed in the flowing gown and turban of the Orient taught occult philosophy to classes of Omaha society women. At th1 triangles other two Corners stand two Sisters both daughters of a. Late United states circuit judge. R 0co Friend of sex president William Howard Taft and Veteran of Many terms or. Congress. Hall has just wed one of these Eist is after having been divorced from the other two months. Their tangled love Here is the Story of the orientalist s tangled amours a met Barbara Smith attractive Quot Nurmi Bluffs society girl and daughter of United states circuit judge Walter i. Smith at Hollywood. Cal., Early in 1920. After an ardent courtship in which the honeyed phrases of Lindu poetry pm Ayed a leading part. Hall won Tho Iowa girl s heart. Their wedding was set for april 29. 1920. At the wedding which took place in Hollywood. Miss Smiths maid of Honor was her sister. Grace. The two had been close pals throughout their lives and loved each other devotedly. Grace was a teacher of psychology in the Public schools of Macedonia la. She took a keen interest in the psychological teachings of her new brother in Law. Hall began to give Grace a course of instruction in mental mysteries. The Trio returned from Hollywood to their Homes. Soon a rift began to appear in the marital happiness of Hall and his wife. Barbara. In january of this year Barbara sued for divorce charging cruelty. While the divorce was pending she became the Mother of a baby girl. The writ was ranted in april. Then. Almost before the a on the decree had dried. Hall married Clrance Smith. Persian love Charm today Barbara is preparing to to ave for California with her Mother. While Grace is confident of finding happiness with Hall where her sister found Only unhappiness meanwhile some women members of Halls classes in mysticism state seriously their belief that Hall has found the ancient persian love Charm that enables him to command the love of whomever he wills. Trwinate1 Crown forces in open clash with sinn fein several free states killed when British troops take town of Pettigoe resistance is Brief into Hinion senator joins president in fight for shipping English artillery quickly Disi judges Irish irregulars several killed turks seek to Clear c1lisia of christians must a Pha Kemel Pasha has Given orders for wholesale conscription by associated press leased wire Adana. Cilicia. June of Mustapha Kernel Pasha head of the turkish nationalist government has Given orders for the conscription of All christians resident in Cilicia. They Are to be formed into labor brigades and sent to the front line trenches to assist the turkish army in its War against the greeks. The turkish newspapers Are coming out boldly in advocacy of a policy of Clearing out All christians from Cilisia so that the country May become purely moslem. Many christians Are being imprisoned on political charges and their estates confiscated and sold on tile allegation that Tho belonged to the turks before the War. It is expected Here that fully 80percent of the armenians in Cilisia have either Beer. Conscripted deported. Killed or have died of starvation. Many of those remaining have embraced the moslem Faith so a to escape persecution. Charters in Omaha s Odd Triangle at left. Mrs Barbara Smith sister mrs Corace Smith Hall. Who became the second wife of Roy Franklin Hall. Who delivered his lectures on psychology in an Oriental costume. Complaint is filed against steel company Takahashi wins Cabinet fight Premier will keep office and have Power Over recalcitrant members by associated press leased wire Belfast Ireland. June 5.�?authentic details of the recapture of Pettigoe show that a British staff officer entered the Village at noon yesterday and gave the republicans holding the town fifteen minutes to leave. Some immediately departed but about too decided to oppose the military. At the expiration of the time limit the British crossed Tho Bridge leading into the Village and were received with machine gun and Rifle fire. Then the British artillery came into action and when the first Shell landed on a Hill behind the town some of the More timid of the defenders dashed for safety. Four More shells followed and one. Striking in the Middle of a party of sin seiners inflicted several casualties. Troops which had been landed secretly from Boa Island in Lough erne. During the night took the republicans in the rear but some escaped through Superior knowledge of the country. When the occupation of the Village was Complete soldiers were detailed to Bury the dead and All the sinn seiners were interred in a Field near-1 by. The prisoners were removed to a Enniskillen last night. Federal Trade Board says republicans stationed at Lackawanna and Beth be Foint it with machine Gina held out. Hem Are unfair in Trade frequently iring at the troops. O replied with a Lewis gun. It is be by associated press leased wire lived that one finn Bein Crew was Washington d. C., june 5�?the wiped out. Federal Trade commission has issued officially stated that but one a formal complaint against the a Ethle member of the Crown forces was Kil hem steel corporation and the Lack 4 seven republicans Are known to Awanna steel company charging they have been killed while sixteen were have been and Are using unfair meth j made prisoner including the com ods of Competition. The complaint mandant Washington. D. A. June 5�?president Harding a suggestion to House members that speedy action be had on the administrations ship subsidy Bill met the approval of senator Jones. Washington who. In a formal statement published today declared the executive a fully justified in insisting that Congress pass or reject the program at this session. North Shore is on fire again Minnesota woops aflame in Maxy places rangers reinforced in eight eight lives lost in River Accident near posadas in Argentine by associated Prest leased wire Tokio Japan june 5�?leaders of the Sivu Kai the present majority political party of Japan today agreed to continue Premier Tal alias i in office and to give him Complete authority to decide the policy of the Cabinet. This Means that the Premier will be empowered to expel recalcitrant members of the Cabinet. This action followed the premieres renew Al saturday of his previous suggestion first voiced on May 2, that the entire Cabinet resign because of its divergence of views. The vernacular press agreed today that the Premier s resignation was made imperative by his loss of prestige incident to his failure to carry out the Cabinet reconstruction scheme during the May crisis. % grows out of the merger recently effected by the two companies. The commission made thir announcement today in a report to the Senate in response to the recently adopted Resolution of senator la Follette of Wisconsin directing inquiry into the merger by the Cummis Sion and the department of Justice. Stating that the proposed merger was under observation prior to Senate action on the Al Follette Resolution and had been closely followed the commission said it now had a reason to believe ii. The language of its constituent Achi that the proposed the military has taken Strong positions on the neighbouring Hills of Belleek to prevent a Surprise attack while special constables Are on duty on All the Fermanagh roads leading to Pettigoe. British Infa nth a sweep Ulster Border Clear by associated press i cased wire London eng., june 5.�?British troops have driven the sinn fein invaders from their main positions in Ulster territory and a Large part of is in the Public interest. Of nil a nurse fights her physicians girl who ended Dak Romance with bullets does not w ant to get Well Kansas City june 5.�?asserting firkin and again that she has no desire to get Well Peggy Marie Ebal trained nurse of Springfield. Iu., Whir Early saturday ended a Wafi by killing Ffrank Anderson a department store welfare director. Arlt i he turning the pistol upon her for Lay in a Hospital today fighting against what attendants said was Anav a. It a Chance for recovery. So has a Bullet wound in her left Itig k j a Young Man killed Anderson at p . Where the police they j an a nand wife a fording to her Story the shooting took i after Anderson had boasted to her of his love affairs with others to i her that he could not love any re woman and revealed to her that i a was not yet divorced from his wife. Buenos Aires. June 5�?eighty persons Are believed to have perished in the singing yesterday of the Steamer Villa Franca on th1 Parana River near posadas. At that Point the River forms a Boundary Between Argentina and Paraguay. The vessel carried thirty Cabin passengers seventy second Claus passengers and a general cargo. One survivor said the sipping passengers were awakened at 1 40 a. Rn., yesterday by cries of alarm and rushed on deck to find the vessel enveloped in flames. A few seconds later there was a heavy explosion which caused the boat to fill and sink rapidly. Nearly a mile from the paraguayan Shore. Rome of the uninjured survivors swam ashore. An unconfirmed report that the Only Cabin passengers saved were the members of a family of North americans and three others. Hoover meets Coal retailers shipping Board Vesse seized British St of p stops Seattle spirit on Way to Ireland with ammunition Effort will of made to enlist Ever a dealer in Effort to hold prices _ _ the Bonier Between nor Hen a my Bethlehem Lackawanna merger when Souther Ireland now is virtually a consummated will constitute an in bad front. Fair method of Competition in that. Military has taken Over much it contains a dangerous tendency in Boundary line and the inn duly to hinder Competition and to re fee quote no a fact Masones and Well a rain Commerce a and the a a proc Cee ing by the commission in this respect a Jar. In the daily news Basing its information on a dispatch from its correspondent at Enniskillen declares under a Large headline that the crisis has been deliberately faked for political purposes and that the provocation to War comes from the Ulster Side of the Border. Warships arc ready the daily Herald prints a report from Chatham that several warships Abt about to leave there for an unknown destination believed to be Ireland. And that the town is filled with naval men. Under instructions not to leave port. Several news dispatches from us by associated let re a a leased wire Duluth. Minn. June 5.�?with fires raging practically along the entire North Shore Road hundreds of rangers and settlers Are using Forest fire adjustment in an attempt to extinguish the menace before any further spread. News of the fires was brought to Duluth by h. G. Weber. Supervisor of the state Forest service. Licking its Way through a thick stand of Virgin Pine and Spruce in the Manitou Valley. To Miles Northeast of Duluth near the Village of Cramer a fire discovered saturday had devastated lumber along a five mile front. The fire is being brought under control by 90 men using two Complete fire fighting equipments which were sent to Cramer and two harbours last week. 1500 acres afire reinforcements will be sent immediately to Aid the 22 men fighting a fire eight Miles North of Beaver Bay this fire or. Weber said has covered an area of 1500 acres. A fire reported near lax Lake sixty Miles Northeast of Duluth has been brought under Controy without causing much damage. Every available settler and Forest Ranger in Ttye District is at the scene of three separate fires in Cook county. Or. Weber report. Although these fires Are not considered serious every available precaution to prevent their spread is being taken. Many Small Fin s dozens of Small fires have been reported but these have been brought under control. Several acres of land has been destroyed near Finland. Two Miles Northwest of Breda and in the Vicinity of Wales Small conflagrations have been reported but these have been extinguished. Or. Weber said. Ascending smoke has caused the look out at Tower to Issue warnings to Forest rangers in the District to report even the slightest sign of Forest fires. The present situation in Northern Minnesota is on the verge of being exceedingly serious or. Veber said. Chinese Unity Waits on Sun Routher x presiden t h As not a it signified willing Ness to resign Post of doughboy to stay on Rhine major general Allen and two battalions detailed for further duty. Oser indignant at mrs. My Cormick for opposing his marriage by associated press Lek eed wire Washington f. C., june 5.�?in a i Pizanee with requests from Germany and some of the Allied Powers n All Force of american troops is n he retained at Coblenz o the Rhine in Pond july i the Date originally set j completion of american evacuation of German territory a rotary weeks announced today u t decision had been reached to rent Poblenz major Allen and two Quot aliens of the eighth infantry. Us was scheduled to have sailed r Home on june 20. The length of e th1 troops will be kept on the Hine. Or j weeks said has not been determined. By associated press leased wire Zurich. Switzerland. June 5�?�?~max Oser expressed indignation yesterday Over a current report that mrs. Harold f. Mccormick had assumed that his purpose in marrying her daughter. Mathilde. Was to obtain her Money. Oser declared that he had sufficient Money for himself and his Bride if they lived simply As he said they purposed to do he had made a goodly sum out of the Sale of his fashionable Riding school where he had thirty horses. He had not asked Harold f. My. Cormick father of Mathilde. For any dowry which is the usual Swiss Cus j Tom. Denial was made by Oser of a report that he had sought to mar by another wealthy american girl it prior to his engagement to mis Mccormick. By associated i re a i based wire Washington. D. june 5.�?members of the National Coal retail merchants association were Here today to Confer with Secretary Hoover on a plan for securing the co operation of the retail Coal dealers of the country to insure to the Public the benefits of the maximum prices for Coal at the mines established last week with of. Aerators in More than .80 percent of the present producing Fields for the duration of the strike. At this conference and one later in the week with representatives of the wholesale Coal Trade it is expected that an arrangement similar to that adopted with the operators will he worked out so that by Means of Price committees in different sections of the country the various branches of he. Industry Tan he linked in passing on to the consumer the prices agreed upon. By associated press a card we re j Ster declare feeling there has been London eng. June 5�?a Steamer embittered by the murder of Magis bound from new York for Fen it. A trate Flanagan which caused a great county Kerr with Corn and a mixed sensation. The victim had lately sen cargo has been held up in tales Bay fenced Many offenders under the fire by a British Sloop save a dispatch arms act an often had been threat to the press association from Tralee ened. He we accompanied to the today. A Large Quantity of ammunition in barrels was seized the dispatch states a Central news message says the Steamer mentioned Dis the Seattle spirit and that she is now berthed at feint pier Cathedral at Newry where the shooting took place by Bis sister she seized one assailant but he threw off and escaped with his companions into free state territory. Premier coming Back much attention is crossed upon by associated press leased wire Tien Tsin. June 5�?it was announced Here today that general we Pei fun is Kerning to Tein Tsin tomorrow to discuss with la Yuan Hung. The conditions of the s reinstatement As president of China. La was forced out of the presidency in 1917 by militarists. His recall to office was urged by the revived Republican parliament which met Here last week. First step is taken in work of prosecution Georiga contractor and pol Titan is first to be taken in Federal net had lumber contract it i a Flegel Atlanta firm Stith owes government $1,850,000 from contract Phil j is arrives Washington. D. june 5�?if. Lewis Phillips chairman of the Republican state oot Smitte for Georgia cae Here from poll Dart phia late today and appeared accompanied by a Deputy i United Stato pm Arr Al at the office of Isaac c. Hart United states commissioner. For preliminary hearing on the warrant sworn out against him saturday in connection with the War frauds investigation. Tile hearing was immediately arranged. By associated pres leased wire Washington. D. June 5.�?issuance of a warrant for the arrest of j. L. Phillips chairman of the Republican state committee for Georgia. Charging fraud in the execution of War contracts led to expectations of further rapid developments today As the special grand jury investigating War fraud cases entered the second week of its deliberations. Phillips a a member of the firm of Phillips and Stevens shortly after the armistice obtained a contract from the government As the agent of a conference of lumber dealers to dispose of surplus lumber left from Cantonment and Camp construction and other War developments. Veiled in secrecy proceedings of the grand jury which s of Aras can he Learned has yet to hand Down its first indictment have been veiled in seer sew United states commissioner Hitt who issued the warrant for Phillips has refuse to discuss the Case. It is generally reported however that lumber contracts have been the first to be considered by the grand jury. The lumber cases were among those referred to by representative Woodruff Republican. Michigan in a speech in the House last april during which he read an official memorandum from Ernest c. Steward. In charge of the contract audits of the army a finance Bureau to his Superior officer setting Forth the basis for his belief the Sale of surplus lumber so Dud be investigated by the department of Justice. Sold under contract the army a surplus lumber was sold under contract with the government by a firm. Or. Steward charged which had been appointed by representative of a lumber interests to act As their agent a for the ostensible purpose of so regulating the disposal of surplus stocks of lumber then held by the government. As not to disrupt or injure the transactions of the commercial Trade a four kinds of Wood were to he disposed of by the original contract the memorandum said. Notwithstanding this thirty kinds were sold a and by questionable agreement Between the directors of sales and the contractor there was also included Many millions of feet of mahogany Cherry Walnut and other very valuable hard a Gross fraud Quot charged facts developed by the army a audit. Or. Steward asserted warranted the Assumption of Gross fraud and collusion. The value of the lumber sold the audit disclosed he reported was $4,897,171 of which the government received. $2 848.095. Leaving a balance due to the government of $1-854.078 which he said. Has never been paid. The Seattle spin is a shipping the question of the proposed Irish Farmer labor party to put ticket up in state of Washington Hoard vessel built at Seattle in 1919 she sailed from new York May is. For Cork. Dublin and Belfast. Valentino is i Constitution and its Allied issues prime minister Lloyd George is expected to arrive from Wales tonight in readiness to meet the Irish representatives. Who. It is believed will return tomorrow resumption of the negotiations is expected Sooh after their arrival. Not bigamist Bonus Bill is popular actor is dismissed from court evidence held insufficient Seattle. Wash. June 5.�?hte Farmer labor party will have a ticket in the Field in Washington this fall. This a decided Here yesterday at the state convention of the party. The convention raised a nucleus of a Campaign fund and adopted resolutions commending the striking of the Coal mine workers for their a fight for Freedom and democracy and declaring for nationalization of Coal mines. Six cornered Hace for senator in Iowa holds interest today judge forgets speech and criticizes women As they smoke at democratic banquet Moines. Ift., june 5�?interest the raw primaries today Center a largely in the six cornered race a t the Republican nomination for United states senator to Complete the unexpired term of a. S. Kenyon Finiw a Federal judge. A candidate to receive the nomination must poll at Lent 35 percent re the toll. Otherwise the nomination will go Over until the state convento in augus. Tho jux can j dates Are colonel Prnto w. Brooks part of Washington Iowa Charles k. Pickett of water Burton e. Sweet of we Averly Hafford l. Thorne of Washington Slie f. Francis of Des Moines and colonel Claude m. Stanley of Cornin. New York. X y. June smoke Clouds blown by feminine Mouths curled about the head of municipal court Justice w Illiam Caffery yesterday As he railed at members of the women a National democratic club for their fiendish Quot Devotion to the Weed. The Justice abhors even the 3mell of cigarette., he has t much use for a male cigarette smoker and when he sees a puffing woman he a just got to say something about it that a All. Forgot politics he attended the democratic women a luncheon and was intending to speak about politics and the women politicians errors. Health commissioner Copeland was the first speaker and in his address he said if a woman wants to smoke Why not bless her soul let her. She will / these remarks seemed to is Cue for a free for All puff for about half i of the 400 women immediately began to smoke. The Blue Clouds after toward the speakers table and enveloped it. Justice Caffery fanned some of it aside and arose. The smoking habit was a thing to be denounced he said and declared that it was people who said let Mem alone who were responsible for 90 percent o it he looseness that existed in the country today. Talk about the drug habit and then cigarettes. Ones As much of a drug As the afraid of tongues he then declared that he be called a women hater because he differed with women on some questions. Woman he said would drive All the red blood out of politics if they did no to learn to he guided by reason and tolerance. We Aren t afraid of women a he said. Its their and the women continued smoking. By associated press wire los Angeles. Calif. June 5.�?ro-Dolph Valentino screen actor whose principal roles have been of love heroes. Was liberated on a charge of bigamy Here today when the felony complaint was dismissed after a preliminary hearing before Justice of the peace Hanby. The Justice ruled there a insufficient evidence presented to support the complaint. The dismissal of the Case followed three Days of testimony concerning the marriage in Mexicali Mexico. May 13. Between Valentino and miss Winifred de Wolf Shaunessy Hudnut professionally known a Natacha rambo a. And their honeymoon in Palm Springs. Calif., a desert Oasis South of Here. The bigamy charge was filed Aga nut Valentino by the District attorney Here because the mexican marriage occurred before the final decree of divorce was granted Valentino from Jean Acker screen actress. In whose Case he was awarded an interlocutory decree last january. Bandits chauffeur. Shut 26 Imes May recover doctors say delayed again work on Tariff measure causes Mccumber t child up measures introduction by associated Pess encased wire Washington. D. A. June 5.�?the soldiers Bonus Bill will not be presented in the Senate for several Days it was said today at the office of senator Mccumber of the Senate finance committee. Senator Mccumber has been so Busy with the Tariff Bill which he is piloting in the Senate it was said that he has not found Opportunity to Complete the report which is to accompany the measure. Meantime the program with regard to Senate consideration o the adjusted corp pen sat an measures remains very indefinite. Convinced that the legislation will Lead to a Long fight some of the republicans Are strongly opposed to Side tracking the Tariff for its consideration. On the other hand some proponents of the legislation Are anxious for Speed y act Ion As the executive departments which will have charge of administration of the legislation has estimated that it will take six months to get the machinery into of Quot ration. Son still silent peking. China. June 5�?general we Pei fun. Expects to remain at Pao Yingfu until parliment is assembled and a new president installed. Afterwards he will go to peking to pay his respects to the new government thus publicly showing his support of the new regime his military prowess brought into effect. I Yuan Hung has not yet definitely accepted the presidency. It is understood that he still awaits answers to the conditions he Laid Down yesterday the most difficult of which is held to he his demand that the Southern or Canton government of Sun vat sen be abolished. Sun has not responded to the question of whether he is willing to sacrifice himself for the Unity of China. General we. While realizing the grave problems ahead of his country. Feels that a Good Start has Heen made toward converting China into a real Republic with factional discord a thing of the past. Philips Declarer of can to understand move. Philadelphia. June 5.�?john Louis Phillips. Georgia Republican stat chairman for whom a warrant has Heen issued in Washington charging conspiracy to defraud the government through War contracts said Here today he would return to Washington at once to demand a hearing. Phillips is a member of the lumber firm of Phillips and Stephens of Atlanta. A i know absolutely nothing of this a said Phillips As he made Hasty preparations to leave for Washington a and until i learn something there is nothing i can i a Hills by 11 5 suit recent Cui or ado from tapping Laramie South Dakota is after lower freight on Southern sugar Washington d. A. June 5�?an injunction instituted by Wyoming to prohibit Colorado from taking water from the Laramie River was granted today by the supreme court to the extent of restraining Colorado from using an amount of water in excess of the amount fixed by the court. The state of Wyoming sought to prevent the diversion of water from the Greeley in Oudre irrigation project in Colorado. By associated press teased wire Omaha. Neb. June 5 a protest against alleged freight rate discrimination on sugar from new Orleans la being made by Omaha. Kana City. To. Atchison. Has. And South Dakota interests before an interstate Commerce commission examiner who opened a hearing on the question her today. The hearing resulted from a sugar arte adjustment made june 15. 1918. Mosquitoes flying in Tina Clouds Are cause of fire alarms California woman is named under new Sheppard Towner Bill. Washington d. . June 5�?ap ointment of or. Ethel Watters of fan Francisco As consultant in the i administration of the Sheppard Tow. Ner maternity act was announced to 1 Day by the child Bureau of the de i apartment of labor. Or. Watters has. Been since 1919, director of the Bureau of child Hygiene in the califor i Nia state Board of health. Omaha. Neb., june 3.�?although suffering from 26 Bullet wounds reef ived when fired upon by a posse which caught him Aru two Othic men i following the robbery of the state Bank at Decatur. Lou Clement. Of Omaha was expected by physicians to recover according to word from the Kernel where he is confined in a Hospital. J Clement claims he was forced to 1 drive the automobile used by the robbers. According to advice received Here. Explosion kills three by asm related press leased wire Oakland. Cal., june 5�?three men Are dead Al three badly injured and a store badly wrecked As the result of an explosion at the Trojan powder company Plant at san Lorenzo eleven Miles from the City today. Of weather report South Dakota fair tonight and probably tuesday cooler extreme West portion tonight and West por. Aion tuesday. A a a Chicago. 111 june 5.�?mosquitoes flying in such thick swarms that they were mistaken for smoke caused two fire alarms to be turned in for apparatus to fight the supposed fire Early yesterday. Members of truck company answered a Call saying that the Steeple of the St. Michael roman Catholic Church was burning. The firemen saw what Thev first supposed was a Small Cloud of smoke and they raised their Extension ladder to fight the fire. When pipe men mounted the ladder they encountered the mosquitoes and were forced Back. Crude Oil up Pittsburgh. A june 5�?an increase of 25 cents a barrel in the Price of Pennsylvania crude Oil was announced when the Market opened today. Ail other grades quoted Here except Corning were up 25 cents. The new prices were Pennsylvania crude $3.50 Corning unchanged at $1.90 Cabell $2.36 Somerset $2.15 Somerset Light $2.40 and Ragland $1.25. Today baseball National league St. I nails too too too 0 8 4 Boston .023 010 00x 6 8 i Pfeffer. Barfoot rally and a Smith Oeschger and of Neill. Pittsburgh at Philadelphia postponed rain
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