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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - May 11, 1922, Mitchell, South Dakota
Third edition the evening Republican 16 pages vol , South Dakota thursday May la 1922 number 190 Russis delivered love song cause of Harding Likely Tobe renamed on Bank Board mrs. Raizen in cell tells her life history three Are dead already As result of her adventure of nine years ago indifferent to Fate new York woman thinks Only of past can to dwell i Pon Ith be jail. The Brooklyn n. Y., May Llu three Are Doad another awaiting trial for her life and Tho Shadow of death hangs heavily Over two families All because of a simple French love song1 this is the Story of her tragedy told by mrs Lillian s. Raizen in an exclusive interview with a representative of the Republican. To is the first time that she has spoken to a Newspaperman about her Case since her arrest last december following the slaying of or. Abraham l. Glickstein Well known Brooklyn physician. As soon As alienist finish their examinations. Mrs. Raizen will be put on trial. Meanwhile she sits in her Tell in the Raymond Street thinking about the past and songs she used to sing. Never thinks of future unlike Oliva Stone who shared a he Cali next to her before being Reed after killing Ellis g. Kinkead. Cincinnati lawyer mrs. Raizen never a Hinks about the future. Quot what a the use a she says. Trying Vord to repress her tears and forcing a smile. A fall the song and Joy of my life Are gone. Quot to has been that Way Ever since a warm afternoon some nine years ago. Quot to had been working very hard i my head was aching. My employer told me to take the afternoon off and go to a doctor. I went. It was three o clock. Fie Wasny to in. So i decided to a door banged in the prison corridor. Mrs. Raizen jumped. It was several minutes before she sat Down j again still quivering. Quot my she explained. Music her pleasure Only bicycles free for each and every boy and girl is offer of Republican Alabama banker has made excellent record As governor of Federal Reserve term to expire soon financiers believe body should be kept Oft of realm of Politi s circulation Campaign will open saturday Only youth of City can enter Best wheels in world Are prizes Early Start Means Quick Bike method of scoring Points is explained in detail mrs. Lillian s Raizen it peace desire Universal says Lloyd George ply i Baa in i Quot ,t?,v? 1>a. My music i took i n a laut3ci�s Nick 6 k a morn a in i m Quot the besides work ringing and piano lessons and a getting rather advanced in Hart ,7, monies and composition. Minibar no a a a e a while wait in for the physician. A j1 Kent the following Telegram to the con Nebraska he by storm rain covers state three killed by winds heavy hailstorm Breaks windows in Kimball. S. In i noticed a piano in the Corner. Since there was no one else in the waiting room. I began to play softly Gregat ional Union of England and i Wales in response to the unions message to him assuring him of the a. Worm Are nosing their ranks in the a it Rann Island. . May ii at pc or my near Musi a new crusade against the tyranny of 0 3> this morning communication being Forth into song when Bree Force Genf a a sounded the tween Kearney and Lexington had noise to was he. Ohe Nev Tocsin of peace. We shall not rest i not bpm it i restored. It has been by associated press Lyca cd wire Omaha. Neb. May Llu three Parsons were filed and widespread damage to property was done As a result of windstorms in various parts of new it Conn my Herlache t for a a Nim in inc Braska yesterday and last night a rot Thea in 7phv.ic.a7 Wail a its Zta or a a d 71�?T 1 Mair of n Rew Europe All wires arc Down played. T in t p in a j Quot the humanitarian forces of the by associated press i eased wire piece a a Beautiful frence it p Worl Arp closing their ranks in the grand Island. Neb. May Llu at Quot the love of my heart must have been burst i heard a or mentions or Glickstein by Nam its f it until we have Pon t Stop he said t ilk t Union yesterday adopted the t flustered t bras Al wave Resolution affirming Quot its whole heart bashful t tried to sine but t could t. J a j belief in the league of nations. He coaxed me to keep on. Fie sat p0jjcy of drastic International Dis Down beside me. Thee was a a cd armament on and and sea. The sup Asp to buildings without known Laws inc Blitter in i Csc. He strew pro a a Lon of methods of secret Diplo of life. Closer. And then Quot Mac and a just revision of the treaty mrs Raizen closed her eyes of Versailles it appeals to the Elk it was the beginning. She con j a Corate to make these the test ques a tinned trying hard to compose her i tons at the next election and it a self. That Little i a Nch it Cring Start juices in the Success of the washing j on finally Breaks away sir Arthur Haworth speaking in support of the Resolution said it for Many years she said. Or rela would be the Paramount duty of eve Learned however that near Sumners. Between 15 and 29 biddings were wrecked the Union Pacific reports half a mile of wires Down Between Lexington and Roaslyn. Near Oconto the storm did similar dam stomps move Northeast Denver. Colo. My Llu heavy storms which prevailed in Utah and Western Colorado yesterday had moved to the Northeast this morning and rain fall Thunder storms and High winds were reported in parts of Wyoming. South Dakota a by Nebraska. Tio ship with the doctor . I cry citizen at the next election to do the storm Center was at rapid she. Told her childhood sweetheart Mand the admittance of Germany in a a 0s inches of pre Sho could see him no More. She he to the league of nations Gan to drop her music lessons she o a a a could no longer sing. Finally she Tore herself from the doctors domination and decided to accept Charles s Raizene whom she loved since childhood. We were married last mrs. Raizen continued Quot it was Only this morning that my husband brought me this Little locket of our courtship she was wearing it on a Gold Chain around her neck. On the honeymoon she told her husband All. He forgave he re but she forget the thought preyed on her mind. Her husband sent her Olith for a vacation she returned Homes wrecked by High winds Ove kentuckian has not found Hoise yet no loss of Liff. Is reported i capitation was registered. Thunder storms Wey reported at Valentine n�?Tebr., and heavy Rains at Sheridan. Wyo Snow was falling Only at Cheyenne and Lead Ville. Colo but temperatures a it of Twenty degrees above Zero were reported at Modena. Utah and i Durango. Colo. Heavy rainfall Herr a heavy rain storm which had. Been threatening a1 last evening with oppressive heat broke in Mitchell about i 3< p. Rn., and continued for several hours it was accompanied by High Southwest winds. The precipitation was .94 inches no serious damage was done by the storm according to reports about the City although the limbs of Many the Strong by associated press leased wire Lexington neb. May i a several suddenly went to the physicians of Homes were lifted from their found 1 Trees were broken by tire and shot him. Tons. Juggled and replaced As a winds. A he was being buried his aged child plays with toys Trees of Large with the exception of a few pud Mother dropped dead across his Bier circumference were broken a the j Dies on the City Side walks All Indi a the second victim of the tragedy. I ground torn out by roots or twisted cations of the rain of last night had mrs Glickstein. Widow of the slain farm buildings were demolished and disappeared this morning and the Man. Committed suicide by hurling a a avenues of communication closed weather has been Bright and Clear. Herself from a windows the third in a storm that neared the pro the his winds however have rot portions of a Cyclone which swept abated. Over a opener of Lexington last storm reaches far night and passed into the Northeast a at orm extended As far West As part of the county no to of Elf i a Ali i t Hli has Boon Deal Nitoly Ltd train a. Loot it was Mhz Quot Ain Irb or cd Quot storm Cav saved the Llu of met y this room link about two Inch i Henry Westmeyer. His wife and two of rain full in rapid it t Quot children whose farm buildings were was no rain reported at Interior and demolished. The family of Mike Conata. Intermediate stations. With Wilson reached a Cave lust before his the exception of Telephone pole buildings wer. Carried away and at w hich were torn Down by the winds a late hour last night had not been no damage was reported in that part of the state. Victim. Airs. Raizen does t seem to care if she is the fourth. Located. 9 the Home of Art Neilson. Fifteen Miles North of Here. Was blown Twenty Rod. Neilson who was in the hog Han. Found his wife under the Kitchen Cabinet and his Haby in the sink when he reached the new location. According to reports Here. I a Section House was moved and i reload cd with Little damage while a 8treeted a Roy who gets thrown Workman on the River Bridge South a a on the Street for taking punch wind plays havoc with Power lines Waier is off also a Vir a non it leading from the of Lexington was reported injured l a Man it s Plant on when a Shack was hurled into the Quot a Ltd l to a upon a District. River were twisted and tangled by the a a winds to such an extent that the end Iki it nirm a i Pic in to 0 rent tras interrupted shortly Ripi Arival a Kodim after 2 p. In. Today. As a result com reported in China i of the electrical casting equipment by associated press teased wire j could he used and the Republican s Amoy. China. May Llu a financial big press a helpless crisis in Canton the seat of the in addition a leak in one of the Southern government is reported in principal water Mains necessitated dispatches received Here. The Banks tile shutting off of the water Supply Are closed business is paralysed and which further handicapped the cast the government Bank notes have de ing equipment. A veal a flapper who sets out to i predated fifty percent in value the i Mitchell Power company employees Vamp with malice aforethought. Crisis is declared to be due to mis j were unable this afternoon to fore Tai Mimi from a Wal he Quot to management on the part of Sun cast How Long it would be before the vat sen head of the Southern gov a damage done to the wires could be Ern ment. It i repaired v a rival. Sub Chaser a Flipper who tries to pick up girls on the Stream. Tempos Rad re off color. They used by flappers with tone of disgust to denote the older generation. Tight attractive. Tomato a Good looking girl who can dance like a Blue Streak but is otherwise a perfect dumb. Twist a Rirl one takes out to dances to do fancy Steps. By Mark Sullivan National political correspondent of the evening Republican and the new York evening Post. Washington d. It May la a copyright. 1922. By the Mitchell evening Republican and the new York evening Post a the question whether the present head of the Federal Reserve Board. W. P. Harding shall to re appointed has become the subject of rapidly increasing interest. This interest first arose among politicians and has spread among Bankers and business men. It centers partly of course on gov. Harding As an individual and on his record As a Public official but in its later manifestations the discussion is based More largely on the broader issues of the non partisan Quality of the Reserve Board its Freedom Jiom politics and. In general its position As a kind of supreme court in the world of banking and business. Governor Harding is a Democrat. Before his appointment by president Wilson he was a banker at Birmingham. Ala. At the time president Wilson left office and just before president Harding entered the White House it is understood that governor Harding approached president Harding with the suggestion that if his resignation were desired it would be tendered. The Federal Reserve Board was a new institution which had Arisen during Wilson s administration. And there was no precedent As to whether or not the head of it would be expected to give the new a resident the Opportunity to name a new Man. Precedents who grounded some departments of the government have one precedent some another. It is generally expected for example that ambassadors to foreign countries shall always give a new president the oppor pity to name his own men. In other departments of the government n clients Are in the contrary in present Case. When governor Harding offered to make his resignation available it is understood that president Harding took the position that the Federal Reserve Board should be regarded As a continuing institution and that the head of it should not be expected to tender his resignation on the incoming of a new president. This position of president Harding s earned approval from All who were concerned with building up for the Federal Reserve Board a Sanctity somewhat like that of the supreme court. Now. However the question comes up in a new form gov. Harding is approaching the end of the formal eight year term for which he was appointed. The question now is. Whether he shall be re appoint ii or whether president Harding shall name a different Man. There has Arisen throughout the country a formidable movement on the part of banker and business men in favor of the retention of gov hard my. This movement is concerned less with gov. Harding personally than with establishing the principle that the Federal Reserve Board shall be a continuing body. That a tradition shall be Init up to the effect that a member who serves it Well shall be enabled to look upon it As a life career. And shall not regard it merely As a temporary position. This latter Conception wild involve the danger of members of the Board having towards their position tile possible attitude of using it As a leverage from which to Rise to a later career in private Busine in Short the move ment. Which has for its object the re appointment of gov. Harding would give to the Federal Reserve Board the greatest possible Sanctity and dignity As nearly As possible the Sanctity and Freedom from self interest and from a1 outside considerations that the supreme court has. It is also True that in the past there has been a great Deal of criticism of gov. Harding and of the management of the Federal Reserve Board much of this opposition has been expressed on the foor of the United states Senate. In fact. To Many senators have at one time or another criticized gov. Harding and the operations of the Federal Reserve Board that some doubt has occasionally Arisen whether gov. Harding if re appointed by the president would be ratified by the Senate. However the opposition to gov Harding first arose about two years ago when the Federal Reserve Board began the process of deflation this process worked much hardship in various sections of the countr not on in to individuals but to whole communities. There was no place the feeling of resentment against gov. Harding an the process was stronger than among the Cotton growers of his own Southern District borne of the most bitter. Rit icum of the work of the Board ram from South pm democratic senators. This fact was in itself proof that gov. Harding although a Democrat and a southerner was directing the operations of Tho Federal Reserve Board without regard to party and the determination with which he followed a course unsatisfactory to powerful members of his own Hart it 155 now cited As a reason Why the Republican party should approve and continue the tradition of non partisanship. Which gov. Harding practice. V boys and girls Here s the Chance you be been looking for for a Long. Long time. The Chance to get a Brand new bicycle without spending a Penny. Not a single red cent. Keep your Money to buy Candy and ice Cream jacks and megs and do just a Little bit of easy work and become the owner of a Bright Brand new world beating Columbia bicycle. Here s the secret the Mitchell evening Republican is going to stage a circulation Campaign in Mitchell and the boys and girls of the City Are going to help. The Campaign begins next saturday. It int a race or a contest of any kind but every boy and every girl in the City has a Chance to enter the Campaign and every boy and girl has a Chance to earn a bicycle. Just step out and get a certain number of subscribers to the Mitchell evening Republican and you be won. That Sall there is to it. Only Points count the Campaign is to count on Points. The count is As simple As the Campaign itself. Here s the Way the count work for each subscription paid in Advance. For three months at $2.25. The campaigner will be counted three Points. For each subscription paid in Advance for six months at $4.40, the campaigner will be credited with seven Points. For each subscription for one year paid in Advance $s.50. The campaigner will be credited with fifteen Points. These Points Are All awarded on the basis of renewed subscriptions. Now listen to this. For each new1 subscription each campaigner will be Given just three times As Many Points a new subscriber is one who has not been on the books of the Republican since october i. 1921. And one who has not had the Republican delivered to any other member of his family since get. 1st. What Tho goal is of course you want to know now How Many Points it takes to win one of those Brand new would beating id cycles. For the Little boy or girl who rides a Small sized Model it is necessary to turn in Only 49.1 Points. For the larger boy or girl say from eleven years old and up. Who takes a larger Model. 585 Points Are needed. There Are two models the Large and Small in both the girl s and boys bikes. And there is no end of the a a Hines every boy and every girl in Mitchell can have one. The Only requirement is that they turn in a sufficient number of subscriptions old or new or both. The Republican needs no introduction to Mitchell readers. It is the City a Only daily paper and already is going into practically every Home in Mitchell. Almost any boy or girl can go to a Home and get a subscription paid in Advance for three months or six months or even a year. Its a snap the easiest Way to get a bicycle you Ever dreamed of All it takes is a Little time. Campaign open saturday the Campaign opens saturday. Just Call the Republican office and ask for the bicycle Campaign manager. Jack Arundle. Hell give you the necessary subscription Blanks and the receipts in duplicate. That s All you need. The rest is up to you. If you want to fee the bicycles you Are working Tor just go to the i. E. Stair store. 113 South main Street and ask to see a Columbia bicycle. Once you see them you re entered in the Campaign. And listen. You done to know All the Good things about this Campaign yet. If you enter the Campaign for a bicycle and fall Short of the Points necessary to become the proud possessor of a Bike. Then you can have a twin disc wheeled Scooter for one Hundred Points. The scooters Are rubber tired and Are wonderful playthings. They re almost As Good As a Bike. And that in t All and that in t All either. If you fail to reach the bicycle Mark and Don t want to Cash in your Points on a Scooter the Republican will give you a due Bill on l. E. Stair at the rate of five rents a Point and you can apply this due Bill on the Purchase of a Columbia bicycle. So you you can t lose any Way you work. You win no matter How you come out. Now just a word. About the Columbia bicycle in closing. Or. Stair has been Selling these bicycles for a Long time and he knows they Are the Best he can buy. The Small Model offered in this circulation Campaign retails at $45 in Mitchell and the Marge size retails for $52. The machine is made in Westfield. Mas. It is a world beater of a wheel finished in Berkshire Blue with double Gold stripes and a Morrow coaster Brake just the thing any boy or girl could possibly want. Get in this Campaign and earn a Bike your own Choice size and selection to have for your honest and truly very own. Come to the Republican office saturday and get your subscription Blanks and receipts. Be the first in the game and the first to ride a Columbia Moscow dictated answer Tchitcherine hands soviet answer to italian minister at latter s room allies meet tonight probable course of future \ Pion i Genoa i Wjk Cly to be outlined rills evening by associated Fross a Cascel wire Genoa Italy. May la. A foreign minister Tchitcherine of soviet Russia personally handed the russian reply to the Allied memorandum today to foreign minister Schanzer of Italy in the Laftera a room at the Piazze Reale. The Only other person present was Francesco Giannani the italian financial expert. A Friendly conversation of 45 minutes followed. In which m. Tchi tche in stressed the fact the answer had been prepared under direct instruct tons from Moscow. Willing to co operate. Tchitcherine repeated Assurance of his Good will and his desire to cooperate with the other delegations. After the russian foreign minister had left. Signor Schanzer read the note which consists of 15 pages. The first part of the note is argumentative hut the second half was reported to be constructive making proposals dealing with financial questions. The note. It was stated suggests the appointment of a new special commission by the conference to continue the negotiations after the Clos of the Genoa meeting. Allies meet tonight it is believed that the allies will meet either Toni lit of tomorrow Man ing t discuss the reply. Dec laments of the morning strengthened the general impression that Gorman reparations to Franco might play a prominent part in Tho settlement of the russian question. Quot it s the heart of the whole question Quot said a leading statesman today. Quot everything goes Back to that for Franca wants a restored Franco before the reconstruction of Russia or in some quarters it was said important last moment modifications were made in the soviet answer. Two Sioux City forgers caught couple Are arrested by sheriff Dingler after evading officers five months today baseball american league Detroit in .020 5 it 0 Boston .110 too Aoi 3 8 i Johnson. Stoner and Bassler Collins and Walters. Union chiefs fill jails in Chicago today general Roundup follows slaying of two police and bom Bing outrages Chicago ooh Ooi too i 5 a Faber and Schalk Jone and Behan. A search for or. And mrs Jimmy Morrison who forged a number of checks in Sioux City in january and had not been seen sine ended in Mitchell this week when the two were arrested on complaint of the Sioux City authorities. Morrison who is 35 years old. And his wife who is 25. Were married in Omaha in january and immediately forged a $32 Check to give to their Landlady after which they went to Sioux City. Davidson Brothers Pelletiers the t s Martin company and a number of other St Orts in Sioux City were victimized by or. And us. Morrison. The total of the forged checks ran into Large figures. After a search of several months the couple was finally kit rated in Mitchell they waived extradition they will plead guilty to the Forg i. In. Weather report South Dakota a unsettled tonight and Friday probably rain and cooler tonight temperature near freezing West portion Strong shifting winds. I Coal temperatures by the Republican recording thermometer. Cleveland .200 too 120 5 9 3 Philadelphia too 400 too 4 7 2 Lindsay Morton and of Neill Heimach Eckert Rommell and per a Kins. I t St. Louis. N i waa Hinston too 0 Pruett and severed Zachary and i Gharrity. National league Brooklyn .200 021 too 13 5 Pittsburgh 230 Soi to 12. 18 i Ruether Vance. Cordiner Derat j or and Miller. Bungling Adams and Mattox. Boston. To too Cincinnati .140 too j Watson. Oeschger Mcquillan. Ian a sing. Braxton and of Neill South j Rixey and har grave Philadelphia .040 210 Chicago .030 002 Hubbell and Henline Osborne and of Farrell. New York. Too Louis too Douglas and Snyder Doak and Clemons. Wednesday 3 p. In. 89 8 p. In. 85 9 p. In. 79 12 p. In. 51 at 3 p thursday 3 a. In. 54 5 a. In. 59 9 a in. 51 12 in 55 3 p. In. 57 in. Wed be maximum 89 Day. Minimum 59 at 5 a in. Thursday. By the offi ii government thermometer from noon yesterday to noon today. Maximum 79 minimum 58 at noon worlds largest liner off on its initial voyage by annotated preen i eased wire Southampton. Eng. May la a thousands of persons witnessed the departure yesterday of the White Star line s new 55.000 ton Steamer Majestic. The worlds largest liner on her Maiden voyage to new York she is about 2.000 tons larger than the Levi Athan. Her nearest rival in size. Topeka Kan. May Ion the Kan a. Winter wheat crop showed an Advance in condition of nine percent during the past month the May re j port of Edward c. Paxton Federal statistician annoy nude Cerja lib of statistician. Announced Here today states. The May i condition was 74 percent and the april i was 55. Production of 105,238,000 bushels is predicted. A a out of town readers May win the free theatre tickets two names and addresses will be selected from our mailing list of out of town subscribers and the City directory. These names will appear somewhere in the want ads next saturday. Of your name and address appears you will receive two tickets to the a a met Good for monday May 15, to see the a Fox production a it pays to read the want ads saturday want ads free with every two to six other issues. Chicago. Ill May Llu jails a it a crowded with labor leaders arid others held in connection with the murder of two policemen Here yesterday and the bombing of two buildings. Which police attributed it labor disorders two men have been pointed out As resembling men in the automobile front which hot which killed Terrance Lyons acting lieutenant were fired. All Law enforcement organizations in the City Are United in what Poco term Quot a fight to the finish with organized More than 109 labor leaders including Quot big time Murphy. Cornelius Shea and Fred Mader president of the building trades Council were arrested in raids on labor Headquarters. The two partly identified As the slayers Are police say Isadore Braverman 28, and Max Glass. 33. Charles c. Fitzmorris chief of police says he men were enly hirelings of the Quot higher up forces in organized Lahore Circle putting into action a conspiracy to by. Or throw the citizens committee and tile Landis wage award a decision. Handed Down by k m . Former Federal judge then acting As arbiter. Which was intended to Settle labor disputes Between members of the building Trad Council and the labor unions. Will Giro Thorn War Quot the Slaughter of the two of hair a a men is the inevitable result of the the tactics employed by Fred Mader. Tim Murphy Cornelius Shea and other hoodlums and sex convict who have gone about posing As Lahore t Hief Fitzmorris said. Quot now that they want War the police department will give it to them i have instructed officers to round tip All these hoodlums and place them under lock and Quot i think this is All a mistake Quot Fred Mader. President of the building trades Council said. Quot i be be a trying to play Dean we regret the death of the policeman As much As the officers and when the results of the investigation Are sifted i believe they will find tha other than labor men were to blame. No a Copper killer Quot Quot its just another bum rap ilk the rest they have handed in Quot tim Murphy said. Quot in a no Copper killer i never slugged a cop in my life the Only thing i Ever had to do them was to buy one a Nebraska town is struck by Tornado by Ainoo la led pc is i it Cascel wire Omaha. Nb., May Llu a with All a wire Between Omaha and Lexington. Neb., interrupted de i tails of the Tornado that struck near that Village Early last night and i caused damage in other parts f t Dawson county were St la meagre Early today. Reports from several source received last night before Telephone j and Telegraph wires went Down said no Trace had been found of the farm Home of Ben Berman near Lexington and nothing had developed to indicate whether or not Barman i wife and three children had met a death in the Tornado. Parents if you Haven t been Reading a a adventures of the twins a to your Kidd ies today is a Good time to Start. This is a Bell ringing bedtime Story that has to do with two Little folks who travel to ail parts of fairyland. Today the twins Start on a new adventure a a trip to the turn to Page 4 and read it to your children
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