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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - June 17, 1924, Mitchell, South Dakota
Ten pages the evening Republican City edition vol. Xxx Mitchell South Dakota tuesday june 17, 1924. Number 221 death toll May reach 20 brother. And sister or mystery mixed in love affair of newly weds Hampton couple jailed after marriage on complaint made by alleged Mother defense to be unique or Avo mks. Rot i i is i fat in Orfi a v age it aim babes Wurf mixed by Barott Matson Vea service Staft writer re in Pien. Mass., tuns to Ouis Rollins. Of Amesbury wan a i it to e boy his faster father. Charles Langley. Told him about a Little girl he would meet some Day a so Louis wrote letters to the Little girl Elizabeth Dart. Of Newton.,. And Elizabeth answered. On Christmas and birthdays the children sex. Handed gifts. When Louis Trot to he a Man 21 years old. He met Elizabeth. She was As pretty As he had imagined her and Elizabeth thought Louis As handsome and Strong As she had imagined him. To St april Tho two were married. Put news of their marriage caused a sensation in Newton. Soon the state heard of it and Louis and Elizabeth were put in jail. To Day the couple Are charged with violating the marriage Laws and the woman who claims to he their Mother is the chief witness against them. Drama in Sterr. Love changelings one killed on Indian Reserve at Crow Creek rancher wife struck by flying debris daughter is seriously injured rancher paralysed fears expressed that other lives on reservation mat have been lost emancipation new party aim Mahoney says v organization to be perfected despite a cruel attitude of la Follette Opp Osmond align ant Contention in St. Paet won t be Keynoter declares repeated reference to hts activities in defending South Dakotas charged with sedition. A i take Pride in said Arnold a that i never lost a sedition Case in South Dakota although the state has the worst sedition Law in the a. L. Putnam of Timber i Ake. S. Farmer labor candidate for governor of South Dakota talked for the majority report As did also w. Taylor of Merna Nebraska. About 600 credentials had been re n r re a i t re a 1_ Cei Ved up to tonight at the Donven i ovum or of Lainily of Light be known dead Are now placed at la by reports Louis Rollins Ani his Pri of. Who mat be his sister. A made to free for All seven suspects is staged in now being held state Senate format theft a Providence. R. I., june 17.�?a riot or Ripe movie riot if the ending can i i followed an attempt today by re pub be a Happy one. I a the pays there Cannat be moans to prevent l Lieut. Gov. Toupin no. And is going ahead j from presiding Over today a session ins to try the couple in aug Chance that an i of the state Senate. Men and women were trampled upon by the political a a bpm end with pm a ust however of the orphan Asylum attend it 20 ago Ca Remi sly substituted one for Anither the couple Hope to prove a at they Are not brother and sister. Their Story As unfolded in the pre. I urinary hearing in their Case starts i up by Deputy sheriffs assigned to when mrs Miranda Harom Rollins duty by High sheriff Jonathan Nisil to he their Mother placed her i Drews. Arrived Early for today a ses at i Pion. The chamber and galleries were years combatants baby Republican and democratic senators clashed with spectators taking sides in a free for All fist fight. The Republican senators backed Sato or Atwo babies in the orphan Asylum at Franklin. To was not Long before a baby girl was adopted by or. And mrs. Charles Dart of Newton. Soon after that Charles Langley of Canada adopted a baby boy. The state a s the two j _ a a a a or his Crown ded. While Lieut. Gov. Toupin a Democrat was in the Dorway of Tho Senate lobby. Senator Arthur a. Sherman Republican mounted the Rostrum and called the Senate to order. Immediately the Senate was in a a Unar and then uproar. In Hies were the Rollins amid the screams of women and a a apr rdc confirm that. A mum Elizabeth prompt the cheering of partisans sheriff mis j Andrewes took a place on the floor. Bar a a succeeded in separating the Ake a and Althea a a orphan Waif we Ere mixed up in Chicago Iii june 17�? up a seven arrests have been made in connection with the hold up last thursday night of a Chicago Milwaukee and St. Paul mall train near Here by ban i Dite who obtained loot valued at Between $1,000,000 and $3.00,000, but there is a difference of opinion As to How far the arrests go toward clearly up the mystery. Morgan a. Collins chief of police declared that All those held by the it. Thompson. S. D., june 17�?the most severe wind storm Ever witnessed in this Section of the country swept Buffalo county saturday evening striking it. Thompson. Located 25 across the Crow Creek reservation in Miles Northwest of Chamberlain a a Quot at 7 15 of clock and continuing for about three quarters of an hour. Seyu eral 1 of the Agency buildings were partially demolished and barns and smaller buildings a lows a Down. But fortunately no one at fort Thompson was seriously injured. Considerable damage to property is reported on the reservation. One woman mrs. August Peck the wife of a rancher being killed outright by flying debris and her Little daughter seriously injured. Otto Kiln. Another rancher was struck by flying Timber. From his demolished barn which re-1 suited in the paralysis of his lower j limbs and several others All injured More or less seriously. Many of the Shade Trees at the Agency and school were either torn up by the roots or broken off while the Grove along the Banks of the Missouri River was practically destroyed. Owing to the condition of the roads. It we ill be impossible to ascertain the j total number of killed or injured on i the reservation As All Telephone communication Between this and outlying Points has been destroyed. Chamberlain Escapee Chamberlain. S. D., june 17.�?this town escaped the greater part of the worst wind storm that has Ever visited this Section of the country and which struck saturday night. Engineer Long held his train on the West Side of the River for two hours fearing it we Ould be blown into the River St. Paul minn., june 17.�? up a the Farmer labor progressive convention swung into action Here this morning with about 400 delegates attending and with a factional fight in sight and growing More intense hourly. Effort to pour Oil on the troubled Waters and bring the opposing factions together for a harmonious session were made during the night and previous to the convention s opening both sides acknowledged that the storm probably would break when the actual work of organizing the convention is taken up. Probably tomorrow. In the convention this morning the Minnesota delegation made up about one fifth of the delegates hut Large delegations from new York. Illinois Michigan South Dakota and Pennsylvania were also on hand. St. Paul. Minn. June 17.�? Abs a purpose to organize a new National political party despite a the cruel and unwarranted attitude of senator ii Follette a was expressed St the opening today of the National progressive convention by wll Mam Mahoney St. Paul temporary chairman of the gathering. Or Mahoney reviewed the history of the Farmer Tabor party in Minnesota. Told the delegates that the time was a a auspicious to disrupt the old parties and urged them to act in u9ity so As to Quot end the reign of the a a this is not primarily a la Follette movement. Jet a working class movement with la Follette As an pm Tion Headquarters. The convention Call provided for 951 votes on the floor but did not limit the number of delegates. Storm injuries cause of death of h. Bucholz ing wiped out at Bijou Hills is unconfirmed Alexandria Man Dies several score reported injured by t on i a Fer of hurts Are fatal. Bei Jef fatalities in the storm saturday evening were brought near Mitchell with the death of Herman Buch Holz. Farmer living near Alexandria yesterday afternoon. Or. Buchholz died from injuries sustained in the storm. He was driving a car on the Cju it be Sioux Falls. S. A. June 17.-�?the list of known dead mounted to eleven today As reports continued to come in from saturday nights statewide storm and Tornado and there we Ere still eleven deaths reported but unconfirmed. Sports of property damage had not increased considerably Over yesterdays report. The known dead in Road South of Artesian when the storm came up. And sought shelter on the Lee Side of a barn which collapsed on top of his car shortly afterwards. The injured Man was brought into Mitchell sunday evening with both shoulders broken and three broken ribs. One of which punctured his left lung. He died monday at 3 p. In. Or. Buchholz was 29 years old and unmarried. He lived with his parents. Or. And mrs. John Buchholz. On a farm near Alexandria. Funeral service will be held at Alexandria wednesday. Beadle county Farmer takes life with Gas our a a if he undertook to negotiate crossing in the wind three patients. A re however were carried across to the sanitarium victims of the storm. They were mrs. E. Snyder a 22 year old widow with three children. Her police Are believed to he connected hip l a re crushed and one leg Brok we i a the robbery. He said charges i Cwa Schneider. Ribs broken we ill be placed against them in the put Louis Aith to they ran prove there was a Ide that the Little Rollins girl and a a i or during the it lilt i. -. Hazel Frawley another combatants. A a gov. Flynn pushed his Way through the crowd mounted the Rostrum and cautioned the disturber. Shortly after the riot ended police reserves from every precinct in the City arrived at the state House. The republicans have bitterly opposed democratic appropriation measures since february. O cribs. Quot n Tbs witness stand preliminary hearing. Mrs. Rollins Craf and dumb scribbled answers to Iti a courts questions my and then she pointed toward Elizabeth. A my pen Quot and then she pointed toward Louis. To Otiis and Elizabeth seemed Little concerned for they contend that the Mother could not identify Elizabeth. A her own. One Way or the other As i is admitted the two met Only re gently. To the meantime while the state As looked up the Romance of the to orphans there has been no Cool a of the love Between them. Freedom on Hail was offered the Bride hut she refused it papers in Oil injunction Are still unnerved next Day or two. A. E. Termer chief postal inspector. In charge of the Federal investigators. Said he was not As sure of the identity of the robbers As the police appeared to be. None of the Money or securities stolen has been recovered so far As he knew or. Germer said. He added that no Federal warrants have been issued for any of those held. Coolidge is peace maker in party split in Fred Schneider Emil Bergner bruised limbs. Schneider and mrs. Snyder Are from the Northern part of Buffalo county and Bergner is from Bijou Hills. A Tiu. Mui a. If you cannot let Louie co with i Pierre s. I. Me i we ill stay Here she says. Bad not been serv and while the state says it will error w. M. Mcm break up their Romance in the trial 4he separated couple swear that they will he faithful to each other forever. State Bankers in annual convention in Huron this week Huron. S d., june 17.�?revlew�?Ting v he accomplishments of the South Dakota Bankers association during a he past year president Andrew Kopperud of the state Anocia Tion a a ave the principal address this morning at the opening session of j the association s 33rd annual con a mention. The association will be in a session today and tomorrow at the elks Lodge Hall. Marvin High let hotel. Agriculture and taxation were the principal general problems touched upon by or Kopperud. I to in Addid. June today on gov we ill error w. In. Mcmaster nor on any member of the Highway commission. So far As could be Learned Here. In the suit for an injunction brought by the Independent Home Oil company in Federal court at Sioux Falls saturday in an Effort to restrain state Sale of gasoline. The governor failed to exhibit concern Over the news of injunction proceedings. Hut declared himself unwilling to discuss the action on the basis of newspaper reports. The governor said the injunction was not anticipated and that no preparations have been made to combat it. O Washington. Fat. A. June 17.�? amp a differences among the administration group of Republican leaders convention burst out again yesterday and a break Only was averted by action of president Coolidge. An Issue a forced by c. Bascom Slemp. Secretary to president Coolidge. Over methods used at Cleveland by William m. Butler who was the 17.�?papers presidents pre Convent on Campaign manager and who now is Republican National chairman disagreement Over the Butler methods aroused Stron Geelin a on both sides and came to a head when Secretary Slemp threatened to resign. The president we a compelled to assume the roil of i pacemaker with the result that or. Slemp after a conference with or. Coolidge issued a statement before leaving for Cleveland saying he expected to retain the Secretary ship and also participate a a in the real management of the coming Campaign. Miraculous escape Canton. S. D., june 17�?s. Putnam and his wife of Canning. S. D., escaped death miraculously saturday night when their House made a Complete revolution with them in a downstairs room after which the upper Section Tore Loose from the floor dragging mrs. Putnam into a nearby Pond from we hich her husband rescued her. She is being cared for at Pierre Hospital and probably will recover. The Indian Industrial school Here opposition is a a malignant a Whon this convention was first projected last or. A i Honey told the delegates. A it was never realized that such diverse obstacles would he encountered it was thought that it a. The thing that every progressive element in America wanted. A we have since Learned however. To Bur great Surprise and sorrow that we we Ere encroaching on sacred ground and infringing the prerogatives of certain would be great political leaders and organizations and we have had to overcome the most energetic and malignant opposition. A the character and extent of this very opposition have however had the effect of stimulating our determination to see this convention thru even though la Follette himself was in veiled into joining the Effort to kill or. Mahoney then reviewed the of i ii 11 i cell . Was badly damaged and a number of history of the Farmer labor party cattle and horses at the school were j in Minnesota. Emphasizing oppose killed. Many barns throughout the j Tion which was encountered. He Vicinity were levelled. Dared that Legal methods including two dead at Salem Salem s. D., june 17.�?at Salem. Libya and Wendell Meyers sons of state senator b. F. Meyers. Were killed when the a it Arn. In which they had taken Refuge collapsed just As the two Young men started to leave j for their House a Short distance away the Constitution and Laws of the nation and state were ignored a and Law abiding citizens were tarred and feathered their Homes painted yellow and their families ostracized because they dared to exercise their guaranteed civil Minnesota a Laboratory he said that Minnesota a has served mrs Christian and her daughter aj9 a Laboratory in which to work cite mud covered car 25 pouches found near Joliet 111. Joliet. 111., june 17.�?a mud covered touring car heavily loaded with 25 pouches of registered mail which j Are believed to he a part of the loot 1 were hurled in the ruins of their Home at Eagle Butte the Mother being killed instantly and the daughter probably fatally injured. Farmers lose heavily Isabel s. D., june 17.�?fifty Farmers in this Vicinity lost practically All their buildings a Survey today showed. In the storm which saturday afternoon swept a 20 mile wide strip from Northwest to Southeast through nearly two thirds of South Dakota. The heavy rain which followed the wind took out Bridges and destroyed roads in this neighbourhood. One dead at Eagle Butte or. Slemp declined to amplify i a a a a a a a Quot a _ i that was almost a cloudburst a com formal statement. Hot it was Learned j paed by has a sep with a Tornado to at a of a in conference we it a friends i through Tho heart of the and with others who returned from West a ver country saturday after Cleveland displeased with or. But noon from Nort Biem to Southeast lore tact los. He went to the president i it Wallins buildings and destroying with the demand that either the a j crop Over a strip of country 15 Miles Tive Campaign be placed in the hands i and extending from Perkins of a committee or that he be permit / Ted to retire not Only be Secretary but from Active participation in the Campaign. O a to he re president of the j the a $3,000,000 mail robbery at i v rare and Trust company of Ster i director Bank of Omaha j ? it v Viz ii a a Quot a _ of the Federal land i Rondout 111. Was found this morning. In a Field on the Daniel a Hon it v. 20 drowned when norwegian vessel is rammed at sea the principle of political organizations which must he employed on a National scale before the great work can be he said that the work in a state is limited because a the great questions involved Are National in their or. Mahoney said that the convention formed a response to a sentiment for a distinct third party. He concluded a no permanent Relief ran come to those who live by labor until the Power of monopoly to control natural resources Money and credit and the Means of trans Portal a is broken and this can he done Only by the workers themselves. It is not a matter for a Moses to and the enslaved out of the House of bondage. But rather for the oppressed to strike off their shackles. Seeks a common emancipation a the miserable palliative that occupy the time of the politicians Only complicate the problem and disappoint the people. This new party that we Are about to organize must county South to Lemmon across Ziebach. Part of Dewey and Armstrong. Tel a a a the Inland town of glad Valley was Podke at the Root of the trouble and i j her tue the Inland Laid Low and at Eagle Butte one person was killed and another not expected to live. Mrs. Christian and her daughter were caught in the wreckage of their Home and the former killed and the latter seriously Hurt. In the town of Dupree two drug shipment is seized hidden in backs of brushes bunding Quot we a to Dovet but no j a Nonnce. Him dangerous and Radl it i i our big task will be to Lay the destroy the Power of the few. By a be rial advantages to despoil the Many. A this convention will not be respectable when it undertakes this. Not Only will big business assail it. But some of our time serving progressives and special Saviours will i body Hurt. Tune 17 a Many new York City. June 17.�?drugshoward a in wer destroyed a. Moro than War barn. And building. By farm about event Miles South of Joliet. Most of the mail sacks had been ripped open and their contents taken in whole or in part. There were. A Many packages lying among Type sacks seized on a truck coming off a pier in the storm which struck Here Satur which appear to contain jewelry. Niht at about 8 of clock and in which were untouched. To weather forecast Dakota Christiania. Norway june 17.�? up a Twenty persons mostly women and children were drowned when the i Minomo a. Iowa. South norwegian mail Steamer Haakon \ partly overcast tonight and Sank yesterday immediately of Lav probably Thunder storms not ter a collision with the Steamer Kong much Rhan in temperature. Harald. The collision occurred in North Dakota tartly overcast to the Vest fjord Between the Lofoten islands and the norwegian Mainland. Of at Hoboken. N. J., it became know night at to _ t. Creased in volume. The rain fall was today. H. Eato Brook. Chief of the Nuhn in a hour and a one half. Special agents of the Treasury depart a poles were blown Down in ail direr i ment. Who conducted the raid said the seizure uncovered one of the most tons. At Canova the Sheds of a Large lumber Yard were destroyed and the roof was torn from an elevator. The were blown front under. At least 20 i Ong sleep in cell Worcester mrs. Martha Gunn had slept for three weeks in a cell Here police magistrates had forgotten the nature of the charge against her. But she was compelled to pay a Small Fine a a As you rent a the judges explained. Hui Isi vim night and wednesday possibly local Thunder storms warmer in Northeast portion tonight. Maximum and minimum temperatures As recorded by the official government thermometer from 7 a. In. Yesterday to 7 a. In. Today maximum. 84. Minimum. 62. At 8 a. In. Today 65. Precipitation to 7 a in. Today .3 elaborate and effective scheme a Var i highwater tank of the town swayed divulged for smuggling narcotic into Uke a tree in the storm and supports the United states. The drugs were secreted in the handles of the 5.000 scrubbing brushes. The cases in which they arrived had be in watched since the steamship president Roosevelt docked june 9, or. Esterbrook said. On saturday the Treasury agents saw two men claim the cases and Load them on a truck who of was seized As it started off Tjia pier. Foundation of a movement that will provide a place for every Earnest human being to help along in the movement for our common fight Over communist the big fight in the convention apparently will be Over the question of the recognition of the communist element. Thomas l. Arnold an attorney of Aberdeen s. D., warned the arrange ments committee that even a show i of recognition would undermine the Confidence of a the voters Back a these farming Folk from South he said a would hesitate to barns besides Many other buildings Dakota such As garages and outhouses were support an organization in which too blown Down. Windows were blown open recognition of the communists was evident. We have Ben Maytag votes of the Farmer labor move in and Trees were uprooted. Viborg. June 17�?.the great North a ment in South Dakota on a straight Era no. 52 we As tied up for one hour j Appeal for right and principles. But due to the terrific wind and was if the party becomes too closely align forced to proceed slowly to Sioux with the communists Farmers will Falls. The rain amounted to a Cloud not come to our meting a burst a mrs. August Book. Fort Thompson. Lloyd and Wendell Myers Salem. Mrs. G. M. Christ Lanson Eagle Butte. Joseph Thomas. White take. Mrs. A. Larsen. Canton. Han Nell on. Pierre. H. G. Thomson. Crow take. An unnamed Farmer near Miller. Only half a dozen of the several score of injured reported to Date aft thought to to fatally injured. I Neo firmed reports of deaths still include eight at Bijou Hills and Ore near Blunt bringing the possible it total death toll of the storm up to Twenty. Reports of damage from the Crow Creek Indian reservation told that a Grove of tree along the Missouri River a almost wiped out. Otto Klien a rancher near fort Thompson is Paral Ren below the we Aist As the result of injuries received when he was struck by flying of Bris. At the town of Okoboji North of Pierre Only one building escaped damage. At one ranch wept of the River. A gasoline tank was picked up by the storm and carried for six Miles. It was found on the Prairie the next morning. Reports came that some of the West River country might request Aid from the red Cross hut red Cross workers Here had not yet received requests for Ald today. It was believed that requests might have been made to the District Headquarters of the Relief organization at to. Paul. Parker r. A. June 17.�?one person was injured several had narrow escapes from injury or death the City water Reservoir was destroyed the Turner county court House practically destroyed and other damage we hich it is estimated will run into several thousand dollars done in the wind and electrical storm which struck this town saturday evening. Telegraph and Telephone lines we Ere put out of commission and communication we As not re established with the outside we orld until this morning. Highmore. S. P., june 17.�?highmore. We file directly in the path of the storm we hich swy ept through South Dakota saturday night suffered Little material damage hut Hyde county As a whole suffered considerable loss. Mrs. Elmer Pratt we As badly Hurt and a mrs pock living wet of the St. Stephan Mission was killed while several of her children were badly injured. Lake ande. S. A. June 17.-�? states attorney Cassidy joins Tho Mark Twain class with the statement that reports of his death in the saturday storm a Are greatly or. Cassidy was not even in danger and likewise the report that two indians lost their lives in an Effort to save him were branded As false. Lake ande ses eap a much damage in the storm which earned to go around the City. There we Ere two storms however one in the morning and one in the evening. Slight property damage was done and no one was injured. Lignite rates cannot be put up i. Says Washington. C., june 17�? up a proposed increased rates on Lignite Coal from the mines in North Dakota South Dakota and Minnesota were found not justified yesterday by the interstate Commerce commission. N3w�?T schedules we hich previously had been suspended were ordered cancelled. The commission held that present Huron. S. A. Tune 17.�?turning on the Gas in the Kitchen of his Home sunday. Fred Thoman. 50 years old Pioneer of this part of the state took his life after writing a note to mrs. Thoman and friends. In the note he ordered among other things that the Man at whose House he committed the act a to charge the Gas to despondency Over ill health due to a nervous breakdown is the Only cause that can be Given for his action. American reply to Jap protest sent to Tokio Washington. C., june 17.�? up a Tho reply of the Washington government to the protect made by Japan against the japanese exclusion Section of the new immigration Law was sent to Tokio last night by ambassador Hanihara. Who had received it its being officially made Public. The text was withheld from publication until such time As a simultaneous announcement can be made in Tokio and Washington probably thursday. American newspapers were asked to refrain As a patriotic duty from attempting any forecast or description of the note in Advance of its being ocl Olally made Public. Japan dealers in electrical goods Boycott americans Tokio Japan. June 17.�? up a the electrical supplies dealers of Tokio have agreed to Boycott United states made gods an a protest against enactment of the new american immigration Law barring japanese. American entry in balloon race lands in Holland i Amsterdam Holland. June 17�?the balloon Goodyear an american entry in the Gordon Bennett cup race we Ith w. G. Van orman As Pilot landed safely five Miles Southwest of Here at 4 30 of clock this afternoon. Today baseball at Iona league St. Louis. Hooi new York. 010 04 Sothoron. So Del and Gonzales Bentley and Snyder. Cincinnati. Too too Brooklyn. Too 104 Benton May and Hargrave Osborne and Taylor. Chicago. Too 012 Philadelphia. Room rat a car. Too to but that the rec keen and Hartnett Planzer. Couch a Ord f int to Yrmina up. a i cd Fly a prep or rates for the future. First game.9ubmitted a scale of rates proposed Pittsburgh fill Moo 103�?5 9 0j Boston. 020 too ooo�?2 6 i Kremer and Schmidt Yea trin and of Neil. Second games Pittsburgh. Too q00 0 Boston. 010 too 0 Meadows and Schmidt Mcnamara Andoy Neil. American league Philadelphia at St. Louis no game rain. New York too 030�?T Cleveland .220 too Pennock. Jones and Schang Uhle and Walters. Boston. Detroit. I hoi Law Iii j Ehmke and o nei.1, Dausa or. Arnold spiced his remarks with j Beeler. Too by the examiner who conducted hearings in the Case for the purpose of securing the views of All interest concerned As to its fairness. A of a a Magnus is again party candidate for u. S. Senate St. Paul. Minn june 17.�?0pv�? Magnus Johnson. Minnesota a dirt Farmers senator was re-nom1nated j on the Farmer labor ticket by an overwhelming plurality in yesterday Ooi j state wide primary returns available and i at 10 30 of clock show. He Defeated f i two opponent
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