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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - June 21, 1924, Mitchell, South Dakota
Of of a Tat i is a City edition vol. Xxx Mitchell South Dakota saturday june 21,1924. Number 225 policewoman to help protect delegates i offer Farmers ail of Chicago so dont forget pack your wife reads counsel special warning is Aslo Given democrats against con men flirts Are dangerous. In in a j a a in r information in organized for convention period Tay Nea service. New York City. To the latest tip from convention. They co of the Many politic therefore May be a it utmost reliability. They Are inside grates riven by the a watchers mrs. Mar ing policewoman of special is to the on Slough artists. E tips Are a new York at be 21.�?her Are the democratic me not from any ii Camps and Cepter with the Iron bunco the. Or to a a done tic packing Anc Don t forget o Rood Sta a a done to the done to believe for convention y Hamilton. New York shield the v to of the Quot a of for any any time. Dele a if t Hinr a err All pull at not b Porter pol ice a Are t a get after in our Slizer. In you kno every t Hinr funds Well i if it a not ids get member Blic porters an it my time you Feen treated a or taxi Driver. D tax t it you have either a j it to the i pad in Ted Mim Ai ult Tell i Lieut if la five biggest firms propose to sell out to co operatives farm Bureau to act in addition to Chicago fact. In is. Offer in Cernes 5,000 local Taij Evator Chicaro. 111 june 21.�?�?a Pla n for a rain Farmers to own and control a hire system of elevators and of a i n facilities now controlled by five Larre Board of tade firms which would he try cred in a cooperative association today was in the hands of a committee of the american farm Bureau federation headed by F president of the federation of the committee. The merger plan would involve about $25.ooo.ooo. It was said. Representing the appraised value of the i properties of the five companies. The if a final agreement is reached Between the Farmers and the five Grain companies it is predicted that it will take at least three Montes after that to consummate the unified plan. The committee to examine the proposal for the huge merger appointed by the farm Bureau federation was announced today As Quot composed of by following E. Bradfute president of the american farm Bureau federation chairman of the committee is. H. Thompson Quincy 111 Frank Evans. Salt Lake City g. F. Reed vice president of the federation. St. Paul and Murray d. Lincoln Columbus Ohio. Pictures of next president to be sent by wireless klan Issue is forced to front ill Iii a i Boss Brennan of Illinois is insisting on Plank in platform red Cross Man puts s. Storm losses higher As result three additional workers Are sent into this state Bradfute. Chairman the plan was endowed by George it experiments made thus far although Marcy. President of the Armour Pilrain company who said he believed it would go through. Although the firm of James a. Pat Paris France june 21.�?op a Tele photographs by wireless will to so perfected by the time the next president of the United states if inaugurated that photographs of the ceremony will be published in the next morning editions of the Paris newspapers. In the opinion of edouard Belin inventor of the apparatus for transmission of pictures by radio. M. Belin explained today that e conclusive so far As the practicability to it it he Iii vent l run tsp con cart cd. Gave imperfect results because of in i a. J ten known As the wheat King in j favourable conditions. He said that a til be retired from operations on the a i n ring i Al careful of hotel runner ars Many unscrupulous ones take advantage of you. Tebei the Best Way to secure acce because new Tori Mecca for con men a fists. Mrs. Hamilton issues warning against the lost flappers lament a Many of thes she says remarks overhead remember co lobbies Are Public be turned against there to will Modam Rev Mary 7 Lam j Lton a top of a new York of tsp a per overlooking the democratic convention District with her warning for Delegate s. And brr to Uncle me tee stories Pla Ruihle sounding Are developed from i in Public places venation propety. The you any time,00,51.he surprised if what mentioned to a Friend is brought v a total stranger. Five killed and millions lost in storm to East formed on him local Hospital. A knife had a surgeon at a operations on Board of Trade was mentioned in an j announcement from the farm Hureau federation late yesterday. Or. Patten. Today said a had had no connection 1 with the merger arrangement. He i explained that his company leases its elevators from the Partlett and Fra a tier estates which be said might be. Willing to sell their properties at a 1 Good Price but nothing definite had j been done toward their disposal. Or. Patter made it a Jin that he himself had had no connection with the j plan. Says movement is Rig or. Marcy head of the Armour Grain company in discussing the plan said the cooperative movement leaders in hot race Hundred lost All Mcadoo and Smith forces Are already engaged in strategic at contests a our Glt Gai n St a Dor Vatious a a done a Don Good graces you. It fall for women or t buy ticket it squander is of Antic a grounds. Or take a cd you up cd a play for 1 ply a scheme Dutiful and flir ave men. Ror Central Park. Ioney on Worth is with questions Micaga jul it a score of deaths age estimated too is the re the hot wave yesterday swe Sippi and Ohi ered temperature _j1_�?More than it and property dam upwards of $3,000,-in three states of id the storm which through the missis alleys bringing Low i of m Chance on the gilded Chich ornaments the Tower n Square Garden. It is not be Quot affied off at the end socratic convention. Mrs Hamiltons charge a in wow of information has sized at police head quart ill kinds of questions Are veered. Her he is. Of a Ai e non Quot shall i ded Gir aet course it her t Ini called asked. J rive death i Northern 111 i 1 a heat fat litle eight per rated by the teen persons a Quot i Eye a a Quot by h a t c f n Cpd do k ?. With 17 deaths reported due i heat in Ohio Relief was afforded a violent storm which swept sew i n s from the. Leis were added to the a of other states. 3ns were reported Proe heat in Chicago and of i were said to have been i venerated the pericardium of Harris heart inflicting a wound three fourths of Ai. Inch Long. The outer heart sack filled with blood making action impossible. Three ribs were removed by the surgeon who then drained the outer sack sewed up the wound and replaced the ribs. A local aesthetic was used. Gas was administered Only when the wound was sewed. Harris said he Felt no pain. His condition is reported As new heat wave due to spread Over mid West the transmitting apparatus used in the i transmission of the picture of gov g. A. Ferrie yesterday was of feeble Power and that the atmospheric conditions also were poor. New experiments he said will be made Between Paris and Lyons and Between Paris and London and Paris and Algeria. The new experiments the inventor said will be made some time in August with an improved apparatus which is now under course of construction at m. Beiling a Malraison Laboratory. After successful results have been obtained with the new apparatus it is intended to inaugurate the service throughout european countries generally. The inventor then declared he would turn his attention of photographs favored by president Coolidge and aided by Frank Lowden former j transmission governor of Illinois had grown to across the Atlantic. An extent not generally suspected. A i do not know what the other firms think but we Are certainly willing to go in and the matter is taking j Concrete shape a he said. A it will be a Good thing for the Farmer and also for the present Grain marketing system. The plan will not upset the 1 existing marketing mechanism in the slightest. Grain must move through existing channels but it will move in More orderly fashion. The function of speculation will not be interfered with. The proposed marketing corporation would have to hedge and always be even on the Market just like the Millers. With Charles d. Hilles of new York a this cooperative elevator move and mrs. A. T. Hert National comment has attained greater dimensions Mittee woman of Kentucky. At noon than people generally suspect. Pres a he had luncheon with president Cool ident Coolidge is in favor of it and j Edge to whom he gave his first re Butler confers with Coolidge on Campaign plans a 2k o., june m. Butler chairman of the Republican National committee arrived in Washington today to map out Campaign plans with president Coolidge and party leaders. Or. Butler conferred this june 21.�?another heat a development of the one to Tui at 1 30 there a i sections. It use. In met the great it a out in occurred in her. D sex w a eth Uch Rith Levu e veg minting St the for ant sin. Where a Miles Long was swept i property loss of Nea i dollars. Telegraph i Down and train serv Mage of the storm in county Wiscont mile wide strip 12 it i wit h estimated two million were torn impaired. Chicago. I wave a re a just broken and followed by storms i which together took toll of More than la score of lives will overspread the Middle states tomorrow reaching As i far North As South Dakota and Mio Jne Sot a Henry j Cox. District forecaster announced today. With the temperature steadily Ris ing from 65 at 5 a. In. To 75 at to a. Rn., a temperature of at least of decrees was probably for tomorrow the i weather Man said. There May be some ant on the heat. Former gov. Lowden has done much to promote it. But the cooperative elevators grew up hit or miss without any Central organization. Under port on the recent Cleveland convention. Conferences of party leaders will be held aboard the Mayflower Dur new York City june 2j.�?redoubled Effort to strengthen their positions today occupied the a Quot Camps of William g. Mcadoo and gov. Alfred e. Smith As the democratic National committee went into session to Complete final arrangements for the opening of the National convention at Madison Square Garden next tuesday. The fight Between the Smith and Mcadoo forces easily in the dominating feature of the closing Days of the pre convention period but other issues. Particularly that of the Kun flux klan also held prominent a narc Quot Quot a Iii it Quot so assembling delegates. An increasing demand from George e. Brennan of Illinois and leaders other states that the platform declare specifically against the klan added to the difficulties of the platform builders who already were divided on that Point. Predictions that the klan Issue would find its Way to the floor of the reinvention for final decision were made today in several quarters. There also were those who regarded it As possible that the prohibition question would be taken to the floor but the a a Drys confident of a Strong a -1-ax---Low sex pc Muir Iii inc Jiahui Iii Xvi enforcement were concentrating their fight against a a wet candidates. Dowling candidates Active both Mcadoo and Smith held frequent conferences today with delegates and leaders from a number of states. Confidence radiated from both Headquarters but the strategy boards on each Side were Busy with their preparations and organizations were being perfected and enlarged. Although the Mcadoo Smith contest overshadowed their activities supporters of other candidates for the presidency and a dark horses were far from Idle. Workers were Herman Ltd i n e re Quot about inc hotels pressing their claims of their favourites upon incoming delegates. Meanwhile the Volunteer platform builders resumed their work and hop Jed to reach at least tentative agree morning i Nientsu on a number of the less controversial planks. The main questions to be dealt with were fairly Well agreed upon but there remains a Dif Terence of opinion As to the language and Broadness of expression to be employed in the framing of others. Thousands of others suffered very severe losses says his report Pierre. S. june 21.�? Hail loss claims resulting from damage done by the storms in the last ten Days mounted to four thousand today at the office of the state Hail insurance commissioner. Returns Are believed to be almost Complete inasmuch As reports of losses a not acceptable unless filed within four Days after the crop is damaged few counties appear to escaped Hail damage. Commissioner vain Camp declared after a Hasty examination of the claims. Thirty men will set out monday to adjust bail loss claims Over the state and it i a hoped the 1ten Days. Villi Jeri a w 11 ii 11 the claims fixed for the entire month of june a year ago amounted to 2.400. Chicago. June 21.�?tornado damage in South Dakota amounts to millions of dollars a total loss for about Ion persons and a very severe loss for thousands of others Walter Wes Selius. Disabled expert telegraphed the Central division of the red cros3 Here today. As a result the red. Cross is ordering another worker from Chicago and two from South Dakota to As bos Only begun his preliminary Survey of the storm area which covered the greater part of the state. Or. Wesselius reports the local red Cross chapters working hard along Relief lines. He is making his Headquarters at Pierre. He Only recently returned from South Carolina where he was detailed on storm Relief work. The storm damage in South Dakota was More widespread and severe than Many Early reports showed or. Wes Selius report indicated. Storms attend Black Rist to we Zuerl a the e to gov California in grower is a a dry for the Money he makes in Minnesota a thlplj3,.ayl marketing act titles will ing week end cruise Down the to 1.Quot Quot Quot Quot Quot to Mac. A or. Butler gave out the following statement on his arrival Here a the Republican National Headquarters at Chicago Are rapidly taking shape for the Campaign. The new Secretary or. Roy West of Illinois and the new treasurer or. William v. Hodges of Colorado join me there this week. Representative Sanders of Indiana has been appointed director of the speakers Bureau. Other departments Are being organized and we Are ready to go Forward with our Campaign. Of a pm. Keynote a a May be delayed for radio fans Miji ter Der Ted for $ 2 t o for or a Mer postmas of Hen at n i or. Announced equivocal dry. In 1 Alif. A w i id Sale Ria g ton. N for them a Ual output 26.000 car that make is a he sold at get $$5 raisins Bas in a about me a n Lea or i Nisi of the has been pc i Northfield Minn. Ports received Toda 1 of Minnesota farm this is the first r it b k wit fun Era ins in Minn said. But it a cause common b Breed the rust. A june 21.�? variety that and on quae Black Stem attacks Rye grass near rep. We. Ota. Not according to re at the University it it of the season 1 a 0 r Plant experts unexpected by weather and roads Perry Bushes which St. Have been infected since late in May. Cereal crops Are ahead of the 1023 schedule generally and thus have an advantage in the annual race with the rust the final outcome of which now depends on weather conditions the experts said. A and to s t a to it v fair tonight tonight 3rd in on sunday Fly overcast tonight Inda. Probably becom ing in bunday warmer in West and portions tonight. In Dakota Par a overcast to-3nd sunday possibly local i r storms warmer in East and portions tonight b Dakota generally fair to Hod sunday warmer tonight. Forecast for next week Hington. A. June 21 or Outlook for the week begin Landav Region of great lakes ppr Mississippi Valley partly temper feels no pain during operation on his heart Kansas City. Mo., june 21.�?arthur Harris. I. W a. Stabbed in a fight with negro Harvest hands Here thursday night a a Chance of recovery due to an unusual operation per it Cra Ira Nai Knower. A Normal most of the week. Inocal temperatures urn and minimum tempera a a in 7 a. In. Yesterday to t Ayas recorded by the official it thermometer at it Day. O 65 weather forecast a Muhu ter town Clear 62 Chell overcast 65 run Cloudy. 6 4 Sioux Falls Clear Pierre Clear roads Good roads rough pads roil 55 roads Good. Roads fair. A time cannot Wither a nor custom stale the infinite variety of Republican want a off Ami 1 before Mah Tongg was Ever heard of. And before one could hear san Francisco or new York at will Over the radio the want and columns of this paper served the people of Mitchell and this Vicinity no matter what you May wish to buy or what you May have to sell whether you have a room to rent or if you wish to rent one whether you want a Job or if you want someone to work for you. Republican want ads stand always at your service to perform your every wish. And this sacrifice is just As near to you As your Telephone Call 2424 business men attack deadlock in legislature Providence r. I., june 21.�?with the purpose of ending what was described As the a deplorable situation Quot created by the deadlocking of the state Senate 3 civic and business organization of the state were represented at a meeting called today by the Providence chamber of com Merce. A committee was named to Confer with both parties in an attempt to restore Harmony. Alf was quiet of Quot the Kiaie House today the democratic minority hav a tool five Large Chicago Grain firms and ing yesterday declared a recess until 5,00ft cooperative elevators under a next tuesday. Republican senators. J plan which has been submitted to the reported to have left the state Wera j executive committee of the american still absent. The deadlock reached a farm Bureau. Which will shortly Climax this week with physical j name a committee headed by presi clashes on the Senate floor reached a j Dent E. Bradfute. To study the placing of a Gas bomb near the sen j scheme. The plan includes the Armour Grain com a by. Rosenbaum Grain corporation. Bartlett Frazier and company Rosenbaum bros., and j. C. Shaffer and company handling More i than a billion dollars Worth of Cash Grain transactions annually according to estimates of the aggregate business of the ast few years. The proposal contemplates turning Over to the Farmers the firms 4b country elevators terminal elevators offices and fixtures and All other mechanical equipment along with managerial facilities. The five firms involved control virtually the entire elevator capacity at the Chicago terminal and much of the capacity in other primary markets and Export bases. The elevators alone Are estimated at $ 15.000,000 and other property at about $8,000,000. Cooperative Grain marketing organizations eventually would be accorded the trading privileges of the Chicago be coordinated. A the Farmers can still have their i pools and hold or sell As they see fit to it it when heir representatives sit Down with the expert Grain marketing men we have in Armour and j 1 other companies Ond learn of the i current in tuition they can advise j their local organizations much better As to their course of action. Plan for 1924 crop Quincy. 111 june 21.�?an official i of the Illinois agricultural association. When shown a Story from Chica go regarding the Grain merger said the plan is the american farm i Irma for further consideration and j i that he is unable to say whether it will i be accepted in its present form or i modified to meet Cirous snoes. He declares the plan. In Brief eve i Ventu Fly proposes the Complete control of marketing facilities by the a growers and that it is hoped to he Gin with the 1924 crop. The growers propose he said to 1 obtain the a last word in in Grain marketing. The program is so huge. He explained that it must i necessarily remain in an incomplete form for some time. Would control in Chicago Chicago. Iii., june 21.�?�?Grain and in. Ate Rostrum state cuts Gas Price at Aberdeen tri 17 1-2 cants Aberdeen. S. D., june 21.�?a reduction in the gasoline Price of one cent to 17 1-2 cents aws made by the state filling station Here today. Independent and Standard stations continue at 21 cents. Trade under the Board of proposal. A the american Farmer has been groping in darkness a said John j. Stream former president of Tho Chicago Board of Trade. A a he has had the cooperative idea but has not had the facilities to put it into execution effectively. Now men who have de voted their lives to Grain marketing and who control five of the largest Grain companies in the world offer to turn their properties Over to the american Farmers and offer to devote next five years of their lives to the project and then stand ready to turn entire properties Over to persons designated by Tho far in or a to conduct new York City june 21�?arrangements for the opening of the democratic convention were completed by the National committee at today a meeting with the recommendation of the temporary officers and classification of the temporary Roll of delegates. In addition to senator Pat Harrison of Mississippi As chairman these rotary Charles a. Greathouse Indiana sergeant at arms j. J. Hughes. Iowa chief doorkeeper Joseph j. Sinnott Virginia assistant secretaries will be named from each of the states and territories. Commenting on the absence of contests for delegates seats in the convention. Chairman Hull said this indicated a general spirit of Harmony in the party. The committee took no action on the proposal to delay delivery of the keynote speech by temporary chairman Harrison until tuesday night in order to secure a Large radio Audi ence that suggestion Sui is under consideration by party leaders but no decision has been reached. Tells just How socialist Deputy was murdered Rome june 21.�?the newspaper Messaggiero says today that Amerigo Dumini under arrest in connection with the supposed slaying of the socialist Deputy Matteotti has made a r->nf�sfi1ori implicating a instigators explorers die failing to scale mount Everest London. England. June 21 mount Everest the great irregular Cone in the Himalayas whose Peak constitutes the outer most Point on the Earth a crust is still unconquered. Tha third expedition of intrepid climbers like its predecessors has failed two of the explorers perishing a a a a a while the disaster occurred probably a fortnight ago the full details have not yet come through. Brief dispatches received by sir Francis Younghusband president of the Royal geographical society however indicate that the two victims George Leigh Mallory and a. C. Orvine succumbed when the climbers were caught by a Monsoon. Everest speak is 29.002 feet above sea level. Today a baseball Natlo . Davis goes to convention to work for Farmer Kansas City mo., june 21.�?the primary purpose of gov. J. M. Davis of j Kansas in going to the democratic National convention is to a get something done for the Farmer he declared while resting last night Between trains on the Way to new York. The Kansas governor s candidacy for the democratic presidential nomination is Only incidental he said. Governor Davis outlined some of his planks in his a Davis for president platform. They were readjustment of credit basis for the Farmer. Reduction of the Tariff. Adjustment of freight rates in proportion to the value of the Farmers products. Making credits As available to the Farmer As to other businesses. Stabilization of markets. -3 la i -4 la 2 alexanders v a pro i of the crime some of those under arrest and others and indicating that the Deputy s body was ultimately disposed of by being burned. Matteotti. According to this confession was killed almost immediately after he was forced into an Automo a Quot York too 21 new York. Offt oft2 00<0�?2 6 0 Boston. 000 it to of Ftp i 8 0 Mcquillan and Snyder Barnes Lucas and of Neil. Cincinnati. Too Ftp tit of Toft it 9 i Pittsburgh. 00ft gift it fax i 5 i Sheehan May and Hargrave Meadows and Schmidt Philadelphia. 0-Ftft too ho�?3 7 it Brooklyn 0-Ftft 10ft 102�?4 to i Mitchell. Hubbell and Wilson grm?5 Decatur and Taylor. First game St. Louis boo 102 too 0 Chicago 010 too 200 i Soho on and Gonzales keen and Garth american league first game Chicago a. St. Louis. 0 Thurston and Crouse Lyons i an Gilder and Colins. Cleveland a a a a a a a 60 Detroit. I a Uhle and Wyatt Collins and Bossier. American league Washington. 230 too 12 Philadelphia. 200 too 00 Johnson and Rue Gray. Meeker. Burns and Perkins. Baggy. First game Easton a. Too 010 002 3�?9 0 new Oryk ____002 012 00x�?5 12 3 Quinn Ross and of Neill Shaw key and Behan. Second game Boston .201 of Farmers in wheat Pool get Bonus up to 5-cents Aberdeen. S. A. June 21.�?checks to members of the South Dakota wheat growers association who shipped 600.000 bushels of wheat to the first state Pool Are being mailed from state Headquarters in final payment of the first Pool. Members received from three to five cents above the Price they would have received had they sold individually at the time they delivered to the Pool. Cost of handling the Grain through the p yol is estimated to have been 13.8 cents per Bushel which was a net ssh line of six cents below the government estimates of 19.8 cents As handling charges throughout the Grain Trade. Gain to the members came thru the process of holding the wheat and feeding it to the Market at opportune times. Individual members will receive from the Pool As much a sch cents above the Price they could have sold for and the average gain thru out is estimated at from three to five rents. One thousand members shipped Grain to the Pool. A much More Friendly attitude for the Pool among elevators and Grain men is reported As the first Pool closes and a the new Ore open. There Are now 3.200 members instead of the 1.200 a year ago. Divorce to follow honeymoon cruise around the world Cleveland. Ohio. June 21.�? mrs. Gene Cowen today filed suit for divorce from her husband Albert y. Gowen. Who two years ago circled the Globe with his wife on the yacht Speejacks. Bile by his kidnappers. The body was taken to the Forest of vice and hidden behind a Fence. But the same night one of the men who had taken part in the killing went with a companion to the scene and removed it to a new hiding place. The confession Ferguson and and Hofmann. O Neill Pennock Hornsby Getts pair Chicago june 21.�?rogers Hornsby National league batting Champion today knocked out two Home runs in was somewhat hazy As to the ultimate the Chicago St. Louis game scoring disposal of the body but it appeared one in the fourth and another in the from the prison Era a account that it sixth. Grover Alexander was the was burned. Victim born times. Mrs. Gowen also asks Tor ail Mony a a a quit Abl Relief and makes a formal charge of neglect on his part. The Gowens were married in new York in 1919. And in 1921 decided to take a belated honeymoon in the Speejacks said to be the smallest Craft that Ever circled the Globe he boat Only 90 feet Long started on its journey around the world on August 19 1921, and Between that Date and the time the Little Craft landed in Chicago last summer after completing a 50.000 mile trip thousands watched with interest the
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