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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - May 12, 1921, Mitchell, South Dakota
A a a. The evening Republican volume xxxv11mitchell, South Dakota thursday May 12, 1921 number 166convicts shoot Way to Freedom Townley and Langer clash in hot debate sex leaguer say nonpartisan move was fostered by i. W. W. Townley in hot reply n p Leader refutes charges that it harboured radicals and Dis loyalists of a a Ocuto a pm leaded wire Lindsborg Kas. May . C. Lead of the National non-y.-, to movement anew l no Farmer attorney general of it a a it ii tin a continued to wednesday debate begun at Salina tuesday on to question of the league s a j in North Bakula. Both to o to Eon is tie a it time la a i a tacking tin other s personal record. I i its 1 p of Loumiet. A series it ii r to tin league program raped upon Townley to arising the series of debates the getting mad at her because she does t give As much milk As she did two years ago Isnit going to help the Supply any will la wer Iii two men plan to hold and summed up la it argument with this a i maintain that tilt real Issue in \ Rill Bakula is to foist pure socialism on the Al a and not build electors Iii 11. And Hail insurance. Kepi in. Townie said in part to ult it fail his arguments. I gather that if bobs weren t a socialist if wad thorns Miil it did t Wear Side whiskers if Bill Haywood weren t an i a. A then you Farmer might have it fair he Anre my a fair Price fur your me ref ii i gtd Charre by that pie league harboured radicals and reviewed at length Wijt lie said were the Benefit dered by the state of North Dakota from Hie league program. inserted that 4 000.000 in Buck lax a Bud been collected told of the workmen s compensation Law and flu working women protective Law and assert Ai Bat -5.000 too hid been sax i the Farmer. Of n Irth Dakota fist oar in bail Ihli Runce and 11110 a Ped but Hie state. P Nevi Bai he series will be j. A it Alay at Mumm debate at Salina a. A. A t May 1 i. Special a lil Arges Hil the leaders of the in a icon ii league were associated w a ii Ute i. A. We and tile social a Mary and counter charges that i continued on Bago Hight. I Battle rages in mine town new outbreaks in Virginia Kentucky Coal zone one known dead Bankers urge Laws against overdo a Wals one Hundred of group 3 of state Assn. Here today. Warn merchants too taking Money from Bank one does not own is same As theft rout ii Lakota Bankers would like 1. S. I a Law passed making it a Misdemeanour for bunk customers la write i checks exp drawing their accounts. This was the statement of Ludwig Loevinger of Whit Lake president of the Aurora county Bank in one of j the talk Given in Mitchell today All the meeting at the Kiks club of i about. Too Bankers from group thro of the South Lakota Bankers association. A a Law should be passed making if a Misdemeanour for any person to xxx rite checks for which he has be my. Loevinger declared. Quot now tile banker has to Send out notice it those people xxx to overdraw their accounts of a Man steals my Hor i done to have to Send him notice 1<� return it. But it is a crime right Ivay. Boy,14,saves local youth from Lake Sam Mcgovern. Of or Ami or a Hast fifth Street. The i 4-year. S. My gov went Bibi a of boy ii in it a a noon when he old son in. It j the list j 30 in Mutiny storm Texas prison door two guards shot Down when Many escape Walls Lite wednesday a Fie rescued from drowning one killed in neb. Pen Wilbur who live Young Gene Kiel Creech s in the Creech anti year South Side. Is a student d i school and i in Iii f. Kun urfi i Lincoln prison guards strike after Comrade is killed by negro hears boy s cries Mcgovern who attend Dun Chou was on his w i it Home clock and White passing the a the Milwaukee Railroad 5 Ming Jeu High about 5 i Pond Ileal Roundhouse xxi attracted by the cries of Hie it nth who a struggling Iii the water. Racing to the Edge of the Pond xviii he is More than 20 feet do a in some place. Sam plunged info the j water in stripped to it some of his j clothing lie ran. Before his reseller Conli i t Ach him Young Creech had gone under for the second time. Both nearly drown the drowning lad clutched at or j govern Aud before they could reach i Shore both of them nearly drowned. Two men arrived in time to shove nut the same principle should when people write bad checks. Always Dies at Pierre continued my. Loevinger every Lino a Law has been brought up in tim legislature making it a crime to write bad checks it a been voted Down. The Only thing i can figure out i that a majority of Hie members of the legislature my have been practising the habit them Ipaty j some Railroad tie pm which the i id j managed to paddle a the Batik. Wilbur Green i the younger in. Had t Boon playing with soup companions a near the water. They went in swim Ming amt Wilbur attempted to swim i a but to a raft which was some ills Lance out. Tried to go too fast Quot me tried to go a Little too fast or i something. His rescuer explained. Allyn it i.iar.1 pres xxi re Huntsville Texas. May 12.�?�?�Between 2# amt a but prisoners at the Huntsville Stab prison mutinied and escaped Thi morning two guards were stud on probably fat Illy. Six of the men obtained pistol and stormed Hie fruit Gate of the prison. Then charged guards in the inside of Hie prison Wail and broke into Tho armory old lining shot guns. Prison officials have my determined hic number that escaped 26 shots fired about 25 oils in Alt were tired by the convicts. The guards returned tic tire but a far As is known no convicts were bit. In the original attack there were Only about six c evicts each armed Xiv if a pistol and they charred the front Gate going to the armory where the shotguns were obtained. Retuning. They again charged the guards and recruiting More convicts tie it escaped but Wax of the a St rail Wax Gate. Add follow 20 in Mutiny. Their Bauk a i Quot and twin babes of Mitchell Soldier and German Bride die As they reach America i by poot Alfil pre p incl a. To. A. A. May 12�?\ gun the we Virginia a a tue by i i he Vicinity of Merrim in and i id a cd tit mining towns was i Boito Ltd a but rid r in rep Obj county u Kilt tim it Cate that tin be a arid a Matew year. While spa tile Vert a sheriff Pinson of Mingo j i. A me Man i reported reports to the sheriff Indi j iii1 Battle a Iii a in Progress. No reported killed i said to Quot Quot Aten. A former magistrate a ties for the Tate in hit r a to w if trial it irly the he by to Hae be a sled in. A Iii front of i store at tile Home coming of i and mrs. Klick who arrived in Mitchell saturday from Mig. Germany where they Ware married while or. Flick Xvi with Hie army of occupation. Became a sad affair xxx Hen their twin babies. Huns and Jrmgard. Contracted pneumonia Hie Aday a sea and d eel soon after their arrival in this country. Hills the boy died Jagt night a1 tile Bonn of or. Flick s Parent. Or. And mrs. Sadatis flick. 12 North Edmonds Street. He Xvi tie buried tomorrow Ai Scotland beside he Bod of his Bab sister who die j i St Mary it Spital at Hoboken. N. .1., May i my xxx a Bur led Iii so thud last monday. Or. Flick met ii Bride whose j Maiden name was Christiana Liet Reiji. A White lie xxx is xxx till tin american forces in Germany. They were married talc g january i d 1020. When Iii division was sent Back the lulled slate or. Flick came the Home of in Parent to make Arr a cements t in december. 1020, and about Hie Middle of apr or. Amt mrs. Flick and their Tii in in Nuhs old twin is tried for thir Home in Umrie. Tile arrived at Hoboken May i. The Day a rho tie two children became seriously ill with pneumonia. Weather forecast South Lakota fair tonight Fri tax cooler tonight with fro local temperature by the government then iome i noon thursday maximum to. Minimum is temperature at noon �?~2 an or nightingales birthday Washington i. A. May 12.-�?tim birthday of Florence Nightingale Pion or i modern . Was eel brat a Mitchell j de i a a toy for the first time As a Quot a bran t his j Titial it j of i. \ in no arly 8.nun wife tier la turned to German hospitals throughout the i nit air Frig i said to be the sell the history of Mingo county Ana nun da4 a i so Turk Ca pm of it in a ii i supp Quot i a it Pinson i summoning a in of denial deputies for Immite sex of of the t Xiv 1 towns. To a ppr stated that Merrimac xxi being it d in from the Ken i j. H by Eckols and a a glad Nic a were reported lie Mcd i Arr parties at Merrimac. I up n o d a a the state Pollee s i f a munition i Tow. Captain Betm Kushi ten men at Merrimac. In ? in idd Tiou. There Are six Depute there. A a f i k and a a a ill numb s. Which left Williamson so myth i after no n. Xvi reported tired on by men concealed in the mountains when a slopped at Merrimac. It a police it had been on Dot Eye of f Hacker i a ached William son i is aft noun. To described shoots baby in fathers arms Parent is killed and infant seriously mounded in attack on chinese free 201. W. W. From u. S. Cells circuit court upsets decision that sent wobbles to Leavenworth Lindsey quits fight pays Fine judge of Denver juvenile court ends five year court argument i fir x too dirt to Ltd in rent xxx Irrl louver gobi., May 12. A Ben b Lindsey judge of Denver s juvenile court will end a five year controversy tier today when lie pay a tin a of 500 and costs assessed upon turn following ids conviction on charges of contempt of court. Judge Lindsey this morn no announced ills decision to pay Iii Fin and end the Case today. He wag adjudged in contempt by John Perry of the District court in 101,5. Judge Lindsey had refuse to divulge what Neal Wright a i i my a 11 juvenile court w i d ii id told Nim about the murder of hic lads fatties. J the boys Mother a tried for i murder and acquitted. Judge Lindsey refused to obey the j courts order because lie said if or testified he would Quot betray the Eon deter i of a # j judge Lindsey Tine and costs i amounting to 833 was to tie a d out of his own funds. He declined. Id preferred by bar associations Bay a i clubs civic and other taiga id z4ji.n� and individual. Quot i have no regrets Quot said judge j Lindsey today. Quot i believe the i it j we made was right. No court i Nin i xviii a k a ven1 a court judge it be i Fra what a child h i told i been appointed to make investigation. Selves of Over Doravin merchants ought to watch their accounts carefully or. Loevinger As sorted. A the business and professional men ought to set an example to the others Lay being careful of their the speaker declared. Quot but Many of them Ai jul As careless is la rest of tile people. The merchants themselves Are very indignant when a customer give them a worthless Check but they often write Cheeks to whole Bonnes thinking their deposits Xxiii cover the Check by the time they Are returned. Difficult matter a it is a difficult matter to adjust these matters sometime because the merchants have to have their checks cashed in order to take can of their credit. Or. Loevinger suggested that the elite banking department should sen i out letter to hankers instructing them that it is unlawful to allow any customer s account to become overdrawn. Quot of this were done the Bankers could Send copies of the letters to their customers Hoing the customers that the Banks a obliged to refuse to Honor Check for which there j Are not sufficient rinds on Deposit. I after the tidiness meeting this afternoon the Bankers attended his my Theli a University Fouth in Kola baseball game at athletic Park. They w it have dinner of the Widmann hotel at t of clock this evening. Harry Yeager of the ninth Federal Reserve Bank will speak at the dinner. Int a a i to turn Ide. S me Wah got i of xxx her and St e b to to went Young Creech was Able to Home after to had rested a lib Vee on his Mouth full a Angle. He walk Clara Smith gives up claim. Illy \ a a Intel la it in i in a wire i Shreveport. l., in in 12.--Lonnie i Laton negro was taken front the Gad a to Parish jail today and delivered to it the Warden of the Slat Penitentiary at Baton Hong to serve a life sentence. Laton has til distinction of being the Only person legally dad who is Erv ing a sentence in prison. That a in of possible Stu us sheriff Grant of i ouachita pariah forgot to hang turn on a plans Are ii. Bis death sentence hav a free Tele i big been later Cut minuted by governor in i wee a Kimball and John m. Parker to a 11 f a term. Tie Gann Valley. A committee from the was convicted of murder of a Whit Kimball chamber of Commerce ii i i Man Noire than a year Ign a. Want free phone line from Kimball to Gann Valley Kimball. L., May 12 now under Way to install phone service 11 Nebraska guards strike after Comrade is slain Lincoln. Neb., May 12 with the killing lat night a f Robert Taylor. A guard at the Nebraska Penitentiary by James b King. A negro convict eleven other guards resigned Nieh jobs this morning. In explaining their Adion to Warden Fenton they said their hours were Bio Long and their pay insufficient. The Warden said the men had considerable tim off and were paid to to to month and their Board. The resignation of so Many guards. Warden Fenton said will not bring about an serious consequence. A said 15 Loyal guards still remained and that flier were seven other employee of the prison who could in pressed into guard duty if necessary. Record number there the Nebraska Penitentiary built to by House approximately 350 prisoners. Acquitted by an Oklahoma j now has a population of f.32 at no announced by Mer Altor a in have there been so Manx prisoners confined As there Ai a now. Warden Fenton says he Doe not fear an outbreak although admitting that the prisoners Are More or Tes upset Over the murder of a White guard by a negro prisoner. Asked speedy trial King waived prelim ii iry hearing this afternoon. He pleaded no guilty and was hound aver to District court on a charge of first murder. Rince making his confession last night Kins. Has been under i constant watch of two guards. King i a negro of unusual intelligence and some education. Flat Pii to questions were carefully worded. A offered no defense saying he carefully pm inned Ami executed the Murt r far two reasons because to did n let like guard Taylor and because he wanted to make sure he would a put to death Quot according to Law and without pain. y or in los Angeles Gal. May 12.�?a settlement was effected today by which Clara Smith Ramon relinquished All Chilli to the it Ife of Jake Mamou. Of xvii alleged murder was recently jury. B a Tiey. J. B. Champion. Quot an agreement Quot the attorney said. Quot has been signed Between Frank Ketch administrator of the estate of Jake Mamou and a Clara Smith a Mon. Whereby in consideration of 810.000 Cash she relinquished All claim to the a a slate of Manton the agreement recognizing As valid certain right which i to records show Are vested in o a negro legally dead starts life sentence l my hic briny at Spring us a continual thex added that the tire came a use and other places in i writ a from die Mountain to from Villa a Side. Ii j oel itrel wire Kansas City to. Max 12.�?police j Here today Are searching for an in i1 known chinese who l get nigh a a Titer the Haberdashery it a re of s. K. Vii Iii. I Vvs Only Klov member also chinese an hot him to dead t Yvore conv i a i i lid Ami wounded Rio a us a Young to j iou terms til a i. Month old daughter who a Iii his \ it no Dot to my Paul Minn Dale circuit Day Ltd and a i munis Iii la i Brit i ene xxx ire i May i Iii i court of appeals to Llie Tir to of the four indictment 01 which of the i. Sentenced a yen wort Llie Federal a. W to i i re i fliers killed Arvad Fla. May 12.�?lieutenant George to Bloom and sergeant Many a i Kcal whig army of Lei cached to car.1 rom Field were kitted wednesday in a crash of their plane Ami Hie subsequent explosion of the gasoline tank. Arm. J Pollee believe the killing to i a a Viva i of a Bud Between Hie hit rung tag and his a in Lorn Tong. According to friends. Young came j Here from it an Francisco last it ept Eui her am was a a mar of High standing in hic hit sing Tong. --0-------- Schaeffer beats Horemans sail Raneiro Gal. May 12 Jake schaeffers a francis., in both Block of a it Ine Dav Pla it of a Point match Ltd 18.2 billiard is Xvi to edouard he it reran. Belgian Billi ail champion., Penitentiary Fri i court of Kali As. Kansas 4lily to. May 12. To Nix of Tho Twenty exp member of the i. A. A. Convicted in til Federal a strict court in k ill i gaily. K �?�., in Alec Cher 11 i am sentence t. Very Fig terms Iii till axe ii Rah Penitentiary xviii i1 freed a a result of the decision of Hie i. 1 i t a i states court of Appeal in St. Paul today. Hi1 i oiled ski i a District attorneys office announced. Quot while i think it ii if Clr to i Coni j petted it Pav 1 till of 8.>00 and costs j of or contempt of court Iii the Case in which i refused to betray the Ronti pm of a child. I have it regrets for hol no tight ave have mad to vindicate Hie principle involved even if. Technical in by an absurd Rule of Law. To courts compel such betray d judge Lindsex in a ii a statement at the conclusion of til proceedings. Bunko suspects taken in attempt to fleece Mitchell Man in Rochester Minn. Austria recognizes Mexico oily. A. May 12. Nilion has been accorded the government of Mexico by i Republic. Mex �?recog-1 Aregon austrian George Kelly swats 8th Homer Ruth 10th 111 x Oei it it Roll re xxx Irr it new 5 Ork git Max of a George Kelly of the giant made Iii eighth Home run Imlay in tile a first inning of the Gam wit la til St. Loui nationals with the base listed. Babe gets tenth Detroit Mich. May Ruth Tut ins tenth Home run of the sea on in the first inning with on on base. Suspicion of Martin Aalseth of Mit Chetyl regarding two men whom to met in Rochester Minn Thi week brought about the arrest of the Lair on hi1 j theory that they a a re attempting to j work a cold let nce game a in or. Aalseth. Due of tile men later a milled j that they were trying to sell Collie i worthies Stock to or. Aalseth. Arco riling to the Story a. Told by or. Aalseth and printed in Rochester newspapers the two men giving their names a la. G. Bentley and h. A. Beati started talking to him in Mayo Park one afternoon this week. He later took supper with them at t local if Ami Bentley then asked or. Aai Sofii i a Riding with him. Seen a a lotto pocketbook a Hen i had gone a Short Dis 41 ,i that it currency and Ltd juncture the do Cir a City hut nth Way is Corid in i xxx Hoai it i pocketbook i tamed 8.50 in paper. I i Lincoln. Neb., May of a Warden Fenton xvii demand a speedy to i ii of James b King the negro convict who lob yesterday afternoon murdered Rob of l Taylor a guard at the Nebraska Penitentiary. County attorney Matson or one of his assistants Xxiii file a first degree murder charge against the convict today it i announced. King aged 31, was serving a term of on to get a year for burglary Ink till county. Six ctn after the murder of guard Taylor the prisoner confessed that tie committed the crime. Taylor had reported King times for infraction of n a i to return to the met Ball the to had Tost Hie guar a was 51 o Urive. Aided of Jolt to Deal five d. It v of a ,1 i. Tin tax to lighter Lance Bentley Point the Road Ami called or. The my a i set bus of Tention to a pocketbook lying there. and xxx then i oking for it. The pocketbook xxx returned to Beati Ami ii invite Bentley amt or. Aalseth to his room of a hotel the flex Day i receive a Revard. Suspect actions the smooth working out of Hie lost pocketbook incident and several Oiler Chance remarks mad by la men leu or. Aalseth i question their honesty. He communicated with i a thief of police id i Lima a re frosted. Bentley denied any plan to lice Al the out of any Money but in ill i reported to hav a admitted that Ibex were attempting to do ome Kirn of worthless Stock. Pos mistress Bot goods with Stamps is govt. Charge by Foch at Al Sedalia. To Toinette Sullivan. Monte. Mo., 12 ii la of a a a birr May of a or a pos mistress at la ii East of it Ere and 1 Lier him hand Daniel who i tent in the j Ostoffie Wen today following indictment i Erat grand jury. Ii i a r i Sullivan bought Good a a re a houses with thereby incr a Iii Hie starlit their Post office to such a be their a la Lien were raised be poin or As arrested it it a f��?~d-1 a that a four mail Stamps. Sale of Gre a til at
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