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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - June 10, 1921, Mitchell, South Dakota
The evening Republican City edition vol xxxv Imitchell s. Friday june to 1921 no. 190hunt made dry chd of 5 states slain wife dug from Hole near Home at Hecla husband held in mysterious Case unearthed near Aberdeen woman dead weeks Hecla stirred by strange Case of Farmer s wife gone since May 18 it or Presa wire Aberdeen s. D., Lune Wampler 43, Fanner a taken into custody today for questioning following the finding of his wife s body mrs. Mary Wampler 37, buried in a Corn Field near the Wampler Home at Hecla s. For the past several weeks neighbors of the samplers had noted mrs. Wampler a absence from her Home amt Early this morning a searching party located the body burled about ten rods from the House. Wampler declared that when he returned to his Home three weeks ago his wife was gone. Lie said he had no idea of what became of her. The head was crushed and the body had been crudely buried without a casket. Hey there keep an Eye on the Breakers Berden s. Ii. June s. Wampler a Farmer residing near Heeria is he intr held at the county Jai and Hay Williamson Stales attorney is at Hecla today investigating the disappearance of the Many a wife who has been missing since May in. Wampler was taken into custody in connection with another crime said to have been perpetrated on a member of the Hecla family and of which the Farmer is suspicion de of being guilty. The officers and the states attorney Werc prepared today to probe the matter to the Bottom and to thoroughly search the premises and the Community for some Trace of the missing woman. While no definite charges have been flied against Wampler he will be held until the officials Complete their investigation. While none of them would Mike any definite statement the officers and Hie attorneys intimated that they believed Wampler knew More about the mystery of his missing wife than he would admit. Patrolman Schulteys Story of the circumstances leaning up to what is believed to be the murder of the woman is to follows a there is no doubt in my mind that Mary Wampler has been murdered. I am leaving today to join the party of neighbors and Berdeen officials who Are searching for the body believed to somewhere on or near the farm. Win Tad step daughter a for Many years there has been strife in the Dan Wampler family Over or. Wampler a oldest daughter Bertha Hubert step daughter to or. Wampler who has taken his name in the marriage of her Mother to Wampler when she was but a few years of age. Bertha War Pler has been attending the Northern Normal school during the past school year placed there by her Mother to escape the in Titre tent accorded both of them at Home. A Wampler has made every attempt to be released from his marriage to Miry Wampler that he might marry his step daughter. He has been reported to have confessed to having forced indecent relations upon the girl Arni to have stunned the Mother with blows when she attempted to protect her daughter. A about a month before the disappearance of the woman the couple came to Aberdeen to present troubles to an attorney. Wampler wanted an immediate divorce and offered to Settle the title of 160 acres of land on his wife for his release. Flat children left alone a five children live at the Dampier hot it me. Four of them boys ranging in ii Tes from to to 6 years Are issues f or. And mrs. Dan Wampler and a fifth a Little girl of 3 years was adopted from the St. Louis orphanage a few years ago. A a mrs. Wampler Bas been a hardworking woman All her life and in the years of her marriage to Dampier hts assisted in accumulating a arc amount of land and Money head by Wampler. A at one time Mary Wampler wis brutally hit on the Beati by Wampler with a two by four club and lain for several hours in the horse lot we Iive heard a or. Schulte added. A Wampler refuses to make an it statement of where his wife is id did not report her disappearance unfit neighbors found her gone 17 Days in ter she actually disappeared. Alt nor clothing was found with the exception of her House hired a a ghosts to kill spouse woman admits woman Breaks Down and confesses after concealing crime two years hirelings Are caught Man with the Cap stabbed victim to death daughter talks too bomb Homes of Prohic agents dynamite hurled from passing Auto to porches of Ohio leaders new Philadelphia Ohio june attempts were made by bomb throwers Early today to kill Russel Bowers 30 year Obi prosecuting attorney of Tuscarawas county and i., o. Haug. Safety director of Dover both of whom have been Active in enforcement of the prohibition Laws in Tuscarawas county. A dynamite bomb was thrown on the front porch of the Bowers Home in new Philadelphia at 1 30 a. In. From a passing automobile. It blew the porch to splinters and wrecked the House but no one was injured. A dynamite bomb also was thrown on the porch of the Haug Home in Dover at about the same time but it failed to explode. Nick Nigro and Bis son Chauncey of Dover were arrested As suspects. The son was found hiding under th1 porch of the Nigro Home. Mrs. Bergdoll evades prison Mother of slackers pays $23,-000 in fines 8aving self and 4 from cell Philadelphia pa., june 10.�?mrs. Emma Bergdoll Mother of the Berg doll Brothers convicted army deserters saved herself and her four co defendants charged with conspiracy to Aid Grover And Erwin it. Bergdoll to evade army service from going to jail today by paying 423,000 in Anes recently imposed by the United states District court Here. Hudon girl is fiend s prey run of wars Speed beaten by associated Presa leaded wire Belmont Park n. Y., june Ion a new american track record for a mile and a furlough was made Here today by Gaoler running the distance in 1 19, or one fifth of a second better than the record Macle by Man of War last year. By pm Vrr Huron s. In june practically an All night search for the highwayman who attacked miss Dora Schroder 17 Jears it id. On a lonely Road 17 Miles North of Here yesterday posses made in of Huron and Redfield citizens returned today without finding Trace of the Gimps assailant. Miss Schroder remained in a hysterical condition today and was unable to Tell much of the attack. County i authorities assisted in the search lust night accompanying the posse. Miss Schroder was dragged from a buggy in which she was returning alone to her farm Home five Miles North of Hitchcock. The Highway Man heat her Over the head until she was unconscious and left her lying in the Roadway. She was Able to Tell very Little of the assault today. Posses aggregating 300 armed per sons. Carrying pistols rifles and shotguns pursued the highwayman. The girl was going from Hitchcock 7 Miles North of Here to her Home when an armed Man stopped her and j threatened to shoot her if she refused to accede to his demands. At the time she was not More than a Quarter of a mile nut of Hitchcock. Beading her brutally about the head with the butt of a revolver the highwayman left her beside the Road. She was found by Farmers living nearby about so minutes later Ding unconscious beside the Road with several serious lacerations across behead. During a few moments of consciousness silo told the Story an i gave a vague description of the Man who had assaulted her before lapsing into a state of coma. Lynch talk has been Beard. Physicians declare her condition is baffling. She is believed to be badly Hurt. Miss Schroder is a country girl rather Large for Berag. She was Able to Tell that her assailant wore a Black shirt hut she could not further describe him. She said th1 Man stepped from behind a clump of Hughes at the Side of Hie Road levelled a pistol at her told her to halt then struck her a crashing blow on the Side of the head with the butt of the gun when she resisted. He tied her team of horses to a Fence Post after assaulting her and left her Ding in the Road. Of annotated pres i ratted wire Hudson n. Y., june . Eva Kaber charged wit to first degree murder in connection with the flaying of her husband in Lakewood Ohio nearly two nears ago today confessed a getting two men to beat up her husband in order to change his harsh attitude toward her a a according to chief of police Christensen of Lakewood. She denied that she had intended that he be killed. A a ghostly beating new York City june f. Kaber wealthy Lakewood Ohio publisher met death after attacking two foreigners engaged by mrs. Kaber to pose As spirits to frighten him into a better attitude toward her according to a statement which the new York evening world today says chief i of police Christensen obtained from mrs. Kaber Bere. The newspaper quotes chief Christensen As saying that mrs. Kaber had consulted a woman medium for advice As to How to change her husbands attitude toward Ber. Surly after illness the publisher s surly manner after an illness we said of have occasioned the visit. According to the newspaper Chiel Christensen said mrs. Kaber had Declarer that she had refused to the two foreigners when they reappeared after the funeral asserting they liar i not fulfilled the role of ghosts As she Bari intended and that she would not involve herself by paying for murder. Mrs. Kaber was then said to have fled to new York to escape the foreigners without advising the Cleve i Lind police for fear of involving herself. Woman confesses Cleveland <>., june . Eva i Katherine Kaber Bas confessed that _ Iller husband. Dan f. Kaber was Mur associated press starts death i with her knowledge in their cen8us of flood towns . Wood Home two years ago and in Colorado j Marian Mcardle mrs. Daugh _ ter has confirmed much of her in Atli a Rwjr a Asor lated Presa lense. Wire j Eros Story the Cleveland news an Denver colo., june census flounces this morning on information of deaths and property damage in the telephoned from new York by police flooded areas of Colorado instituted Christensen of Lakewood to county by the associated press has Estah-1 prosecutor Stanton Here Early today listed the fact that it probably will i the a Man with the Cape a now in will take Days to find All dead he several Days at least before anything like an accurate estimate of the lives lost or of the damage done can be made. The census made by telegrams sent to mayors of towns in the flooded areas is Only partially completed. In the Pueblo area embracing the territory from the City of along both sides of the River to the Kansas line the reports i us far received Are As follows in Pueblo 47 bodies reported recovered in the City itself and ten others recovered on the St. Charles Mesa. Property damage is estimated at from ? 10.000.000 to r2o.000.000. Unofficial estimates of the dead place the figure at around .700. Of Many lost As sep Staires Ocean mine by mandated pre wire Athens Greece. June lives Are believed to have been lost in the sinking of la greek steamship Bou Houdina which has struck a min and foundered in the Aegean. Tin greek battleship lemnos has arrived at dire us from Smyrna with two passengers who were picked up. Details of the disaster Are lacking. 240 on Board Paris , june mail packet Bou Houdina which has been sunk Iii the Aegean by a min had 240 passengers on Board besides a Crew of 27, says an Athens dispatch to the radio Agency. The Boub Oulina was formerly the Steamer Doronilla. She was built at new Castle England in 1878 and was owned by j. G. Bouboulis of spezia. Sin was 27m Fet Long and had a beam of 32 feet Lier registered tonnage was 1,312. Mitchell Man gets High Post in War on rum Emerson e. Hunt named supervising agent of Northwestern dept. Is Federal position Minnesota Nebraska Iowa and Dakotas put under his direction Lily Ahn outed pre i in St cd wire Wallington in c., june Emerson e. Hunt of Mitchell s. D., today was named supervising Federal prohibition agent for tip Northwestern department which includes the state of Minnesota Iowa Nebraska North Dakota and South Dakota. Deputy pumps gun into a Comrade he Thot a Seggman Waterloo la., june Sieve Sullivan special agent of the Illinois Central of Chicago for a Seggman Deputy sheriff Joe Holker shot and wounded the Chicago officer Here last night. One Bullet grazed the Jii Glar vein while a second passed through the left hand without breaking a hone. A third Bullet passed through his trousers officer lost considerable blood but his condition is not serious. The Jii Eago officer was assisting local officers in a search for yes men and when th1 Deputy sheriff came upon the Railroad detective he opened tire. Weather report forecast South Dakota fair tonight and saturday cooler tonight. Local temperatures by the republicans recording thermometer thursday 3 p. M. 87 6 p. In. 85 9 p. In. 73 12 p. In. 69 custody Here is the Man who drove the knife 24 times into Kaherl a body according to the statement attributed to mrs. Kaber. Woman is arrested a woman whom mrs. Kaber says planned Hie murder was arrested in her Home Here Early today by prose Pueblo j cuter Stanton and chief of police a Kansas Frank w. Smith. The woman refused to make any statement. According to prosecutor Stanton a information from chief Christensen mrs. Kaber said a two foreigners did the murder a and declared that a woman arrested by Cleveland officers in Sun Ria sky Al wednesday morning and now held in jail Here procured the actual slayers. The a Man with the Cape a was arrested Here wednesday and his companion a Cousin who according to the statement sat at Kabert a head to stifles his cries is being sought by police. Stabbed to death mrs. Kasher a a alleged confession declares according to prosecutor Stanton a information that the two foreigners went to the Kasher Home to a beat up Kaber. Instead they stabbed him to death. Mrs. Kaber and her daughter broke flown and confessed according to Stanton a advices from new York after being questioned ceaselessly for several hours by detectives sent to their cells during the night. Mrs. Kaber it was said implicated her daughter her aged Mother mrs. Mary Brickel now in jail Here All of whom Are charged with murder an i the woman who was taken in custody Early today. A. A Candy shop Bride would be free again Artesian woman wed about a year filed suit Here Enro Ute to Chicago Cago. A a t no mrs. Emily Ashmore the Randy shop Brid of in k. Ashmore living near Artesian was grunted a divorce from her husband at a hearing before judge Frank b. Smith of Mitchell this week. During february 1920, Ashmore was spending a Short time to it i Ca go. While there he wandered into a Candy store it is stated and after for it producing himself persuaded the a clerk a woman nearly 70 years old to come to South Dakota As his wife Fdl Wing the marriage Ashmore and his wife earn to Artesian and started housekeeping of Ashmore a farm near tiler. Not Long after mrs. Ashmore left her husbands Home to return to Chicago but she stopped in Mitchell Long enough to Start divorce proceedings. Tile main Contention in Hie divorce hearing was with regard to Alimony. It is alleged that mrs. Ashmore had signed an agreement before she left her husband offering to accept 81,-000 and waive All other rights. Mrs. Ashmore attempted to set aside this agreement but failed. Hunt Well known in s. Prohibition work or. Hunt is one of the Best known men in South Dakota in prohibition work As he has spent five years in the Stilie As an officer of the anti Saloon league. Or. Hunt came to Mitchell six years ago As assistant superintendent of the anti Saloon league Arni served two years in that position. He then went a Idaho for a year As stat superintendent of the organization. It was after the year today a baseball National league Philadelphia Chicago postponed rain. Boston. Old too 210�?i 12 i at Pittsburgh too too Ioos i to i Scott and Gibson Glazner Carlson and Schmidt. New York. Too too 010�?i 4 0 at Cincinnati. 002 too i ox�?3 12 2 Toney Sallee and Snyder Rixey and Wingo. Brooklyn. 020 to St. Louis. Of i Heuther and Taylor Walker and Pilhoefer. A a a in Idaho that he returned to Mitchell a South Dakota superintendent. He has lid i that position for three years. The offices of the Federal prohibition enforcement department of the Northwest District is located at Minneapolis so or. Hunt will move there probably about july i. Sixty men under him sixty Federal prohibition agents will work under or. Hunt in the District. A Force of stenographers is also employee in the Central office located Iii the Federal building at Minneapolis. Or. Hunt will succeed Paul d. Keller As head of the Northwest District enforcement service. Or. Keller served during the Wilson administration. Or. Hunts appointment is for an indefinite period. No Steps have been taken to elect a successor to or. Hunt As state anti Saloon league superintendent in South Dakota. A meeting of the boar of directors of the organization has been called Foi next tuesday and it probable the next superintendent will be named at that time. 0 american league St. Louis. 010 too 020�?3 7 5 at Boston. Tot 007 oox�?7 12 0 Davis Burwell and Severeid Myers anti Duel. 600 escape As fire fills mine Dies with Joy when Home team wins Ball game Rescue Crew 6eals Shaft men freed by emergency shafts belief Cleveland. Too too 203 at new York. Ooi too 320 Bagby mails and Nim Amaker Mays Shaw key and Schang. Chicago. Ojo 012 too a 7 7 i at Philadelphia. Too too ooo�?-0 7 i Kerr and Schalk Rommel Anil Perkins. Detroit. Too i of at Washington a ----021 too Dallas and Bossier Courtney arum Gharrity. Of 65 79 maximum i minimum 5 p. In. A. In. Friday 3 a. In. 06 6 a. In. 9 a. In. 12 in 90 3 p. In. 91 Friday 92. Friday 64. Fly a Anotia Ted Presa leaned wire Salt Lake City Utah. June Charles o. Erickson. 65, fell dead yesterday while watching the electric baseball score Hoard of the Salt Lake Tribune. Erickson toppled Over As the crowd in the Street Hogan shouting when the Hoard indicated that Salt bake bad scored the winning run in polish Catholic Church to erase celibacy clause Illy a dated let in wire Peru ii june six huf Drc miners who were trapped in the Chi a a ago. Milwaukee and St. Paul rail Road mine at Mark ten Miles soul of Here. When fire started half a Mil Frond the Shaft shortly before Noo Are All believed to have escaped i emergency shafts. The state Rescue Crew sealed the burning Tunnel. The fire started in a machine she about half a mile Back from the Mal Shaft and blocked the exit of the 6c miners. Superintendent steel was in Char of i Gary min 20 Miles from mar when it was swept by fire Tweh years ago with a los of More i a 200 lives. Pilot Falls in River. Washington d. C., june 9.�?lieutenant w. I. Brown Boise ida., of the Marine corps was either killed or Scranton pa., june the Synod of the polish National Catholic Church in session Here has decided to abolish celibacy among the clergymen. Of Jap Prince to Brussels Paris France june grown Nial Beach Virginia near Here on the Prince a Hirohito of Japan who has been Potomac River. Sergeant Rugby a visiting Here for several Days left passenger in fit machine was in Paris at noon today for Brussel. Jared. I drow Ned to Day w Hen the Marine corps plane he was flying crashed at Colo
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