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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - May 22, 1924, Mitchell, South Dakota
Cio the evening rep Bucan City edition Mem vol. Xxx Mitchell South Dakota thursday May 22,1924. Number 201mellon seeks tax Bill veto Indian economist Heads Honduras revolt Ferrera holds Post by Power of personality or a a slate of typical Drudgery t tribe devoted to him sats Dorman. H is map reputation for his rigorous honesty by Bob Dorma or of \ Sora ice staff writer copyright 1924. By Nea service san Lorenzo Honduras May 22._ one Ungure stands out from the uniter of generals a that seems to a Orpi Quot the revolutionary army of Honduras. The is not imposing in itself a the its rather squat figure its High Beek Bones its Flat face. Slanted i yes and Coppery skin. But it is in Long in that from it there radios a sense of Power of fearlessness. a pc Iii of honesty and Singer a it Strong personality Quot Iii Gregorio Ferrera has raised f by sheer personality to the i a de is hip of the revolution. He i i pure blooded Indian of i the it Buca Ribe. That mongol apr it a iring a it p that inhabits the South Wes pm part of Honduras and whose j history is one of the puzzles of Antiquity. Lie has fought his Way upward j from the state of Drudgery that is a he i. Of the indians in those Span i la conquered countries that lie South of the United states until today he i not it Only the first Leader of his ecu to Bur is known As the finest in it is an expert account -. A. Land owns a prosperous Busine in Esperanza one of the few Lance cities of Honduras. The indians of his tribe follow him a i h b id Devotion and inasmuch o re the most fearless fighters of Vendura. He is a Power to be reckoned with. He is known throughout Honduras f r is honesty. Even his enemies in it. His qualities even the reds 3 inc Al Tinc pus Qualia desk he Bas his qualities a Leader ii 1919 a was one of revolution in of of which brought in pm r the government that has Crim declares Strong Faith in Daugherty special prosecutor says he never found former chief guilty of wrong management was bad witness tee los senators department must be taken away from politics general Gregoria Ferrera Leader of the Honduras revolutionary forces and types of Iti Buga indians comprising hts army. Below. A group of Ferreras troops finishing a 40-mile March to take part in the assault on Tegucigalpa. Coolidge urges building of outdoor sports sch it Suas 1 the if i d but ired k up inns because of Dis or stealing of the gov a Riffia a under the former at Ion. In the Republic known for his Rig personally he checked exports because myself it May he p lapse of time the is he curse of Central a Verne Ftp. Began be trance. A Ken Era resigned store a he elections of Washington d. C., May 22.�?development of outdoor life Means creation of a common denominator of the people president Coolidge said today in an address opening the National conference on outdoor recce the leaders of the j action a in the Case of a people which represents Many nations cultures and race As Joes our own a the president said a a unification of interests and ideals in recreations is hound to Wield a telling influence for Solidarity of the entire population. No More truly Vard he was made collect j democratic Force can be set off against Umba one of the the tendency toward class and caste than he democracy of individual parts and prowess in the president told the several Hundred delegates who had gathered in the conference in response to his Call will not get what is that the purpose of the meeting was a to encourage americans to make More of their opportunities and appropriate More of the advantages of to i a your youth need instruction in How and to play As much As they do in How to work Quot he continued. A those who last Are engaged in our industries need an a Opportunity for outdoor life and recreation no less than they need of the port Unity for employment. Side by Power j Side with the Industrial Plant should tactics be the gymnasium and the athletic is St to e Huru it Iod with government r f a member of a i a a was in disgusted with the . Along with the learning of a proclamation of the a Trade by which a livelihood is to be february of this year Learned should go the learning of How the Constitution Fer i to participate in the activities of re d no gov ? to overthrow the he had aided to if born a who May head the r re Quot it can count on the provided that it Ament a govern St of Honduras. Drench Cabinet approves Cut in budget for 1924 creation by which life May not Only be More enjoyable but More rounded out and state Gion starts drive for orphans operate in a Survey of every county of the state to learn just what orphans May be in need of help. Along with Survey full information will be taken of the children in veterans families so that when it is completed full information of present childhood in veterans families will be at hand. Or. Johnston says a the welfare of the children of our deceased and crippled buddies has been Given More and increasing attention lately until it has become one of the principal reasons for our existence As organizations. The organization of ways and Means to care for these children is gradually assuming form throughout the nation and we Are now ready to go. A this committee work Means More to the future of the boys and the kiddies than the Bonus or anything else. We Are All pledged to service. All right lets go a a Niobrara Bones will determine Frazier Scase Washington d. C., May 22 i an account of some of the diff Licul a ties faced by h. M. Daugherty a attorney general and a Plain spoken affirmation of Faith in his honesty j and loyalty were Given the Senate i Daugherty committee today by John i w. Ii. Crim who served with him throughout the troubled Days of hts it tenure As head of the department of Justice. In his Long and close association with the former attorney general or. Crim said he never found ground 1 to suspect him of corruption. A it will take a lot of he told the committee a before i will believe that Harry m. Daugherty Ever took a cent of crooked Money through Jess Smith. He had his faults but ill have to judge the evidence myself before ill believe he prostituted his office. To me he never found much to criticize in the organization and management of the Justice department however or. Crim said he had found j much to criticize in the time he had acted As assistant attorney general the Large list of men and women now holding the title of assistant he said should be Cut to two and they should be held responsible for results he declared the Force of secret agents also should be reduce by nine tenths and the District attorneys offices throughout the country taken out of politics and placed on an efficient basis. I the reason he finally resigned Hie i High Post in the department he told the committee was because Quot the de it apartment of Justice was not fun a tinning As Well As it might Quot or. Crim formerly was a super i rising official before he took Over the special detail of prosecuting the j veterans Bureau frauds. He told i the committee there was Quot too much work being done in Washington by Garden truck and Flowers at Huron Are hit by Frost Huron. S. D., May 22.�?tomato, Pepper ground cherries asters and other tender Garden vegetables and plants were considerably damaged this morning by the Frost the Mercury registering 30.4 degrees above at an Early hour this morning. Although frosts had been predicted for about ten Days steady in Case the sky cleared and the truck gardeners and householders had heeded the warnings last nights Frost came following a prediction yesterday of a fair tonight and thursday warm of tonight Quot and no precautions were taken. Of a Sioux Falls 8. D., May 22.�? it doctors and Field representatives of the department due to the neglect the United states veterans Bureau j of the offices of the United states were on their Way to Minneapolis to i District attorneys out in the coun Dav with measurements of the re 11 a a for instance if there was a prop Rne a a la car May 22.�? 4 a the St today under the a it of president Millerand 1 a i acc minister Francois proposed economies in the a proxy nations for 1924. Or. °mie8 a mounting to 429,-anc5�. Are produced by re-1 a thin the existing Laws. Be left to the a co economies will or nine Cabinet. Weather forecast unsettled Tont it car Day probably local showers in tonight. To a unsettled tonight and Fried a somewhat warmer Friday. No rth Dakota a p a unsettled tonight v. R Iyo probably local Shower portions to night in a ast and Central local temperatures to mum hn<1 minimum tempera recorded by the off ucal gov a \ thermometer from 7 erday to 7 a. In. Today maximum 68. Minimum. 29.8 a. M. 48. A. In. Aberdeen. S. D., May 22.�?with a slogan a a Home for every homeless child the american legion has set Forth upon the children a welfare program. Or. M. Johnst9n of Aberdeen has been named state chairman and it is planned to share the annual poppy Sale fund of memorial Day with the children As Well As the disabled veterans. Or. Janeton and his committee which includes Douglas Sheldon of Watertown state adjutant of the legion or. F. S. Kidd of Woonsocket and Thomas Mathews of Spearfish Are seeking Genera contributions to the children a welfare fund from in a duals from the auxiliary and the 40 Abd 8. As the first step or. Johnston i Largo Itkin Pawn in Beddows Bank Deal he says Parker s. May 22.�?morris it Kin. Formerly of Sioux City testified today in the trial of Frank Beddow former Sioux City Bell Hoy on charges of conspiracy to wreck the citizens state Bank Here. That bed Dow sent him to Parker to negotiate for the Purchase of the Baku with instructions not to mention Beddows. Name in the transaction. To Ken was on the Stan most of the Day As a state witness. He is under indictment and will be tried later for complicity in the con Spur he declared that he acted As an employee of Beddow and that the latter planned Purchase of several Banks in order to dispose of notes As he is alleged to have done at Parker. Noah Williams of Ida Grove. La., called to the stand at the beginning of court today to it it testify in regard to a Check by him for $81,000 Given by Beddow in payment for the citizens Bank. William said he gave the Check to Beddow in a definite transaction and that its delivery of certain notes. He denied any knowledge of its intended use by bed Dow. Was Crusoe a Musket sold at auction for 250 pounds London. Eng. May 22.�?robinson Crusoe sold Flintlock Musket believed to be the authentic weapon carried by Alexander Selkirk during his four year exile on Juan Fernandez Island which inspired Defoe a celebrated Story a sold at auction yesterday for 250 pounds Sterling. Tile gun bears in rough carving the inscription Quot Alexander Selkirk. 1701.&Quot Largo was Selkirk a Mains of a War Veteran buried As Arthur Frazier at Niobrara. No. The measurements will be submitted at once to archaeologists at the University of Minnesota who will be asked to deduce whether the body buried is that of an Indian. If it is not the body cannot be that of Frazier Indian world War Veteran whose parents and friends insist Hells alive. The supposed body of Frazier was exhumed yesterday at Niobrara to substantiate or disprove the claims of a youth who says he is Arthur Frazier Indian service Man. And whose Parent and comrades in arms have identified him. Meanwhile the youth who says he is Arthur Frazier is in Sioux fulls today for a dental examination and a comparison will he made both Between his Teeth and the records of Teeth of the real Arthur Frazier on file with the adjutant general of the United states and Between the measurements of the exhumed body s Teeth and those on record. Douglas Sheldon of Watertown state adjutant of the american lesion who represented that organization at the exhumation yesterday returned to Sioux Falls last night confident that the autopsy performed at the grave proved All it had been hoped to prove and yielded evidence which will enable the veterans Bureau and the legion to convince the adjutant general of the War department that another body was buried As that of Frazier. He said. A they at Chicago a a calling upon every Post and unit to Birthplace. Weather and roads Rocse bulletins Are hied Ai 8 80 a. Daily by the associated lyu.-, a Schell Clear 48 roads fair. Watertown Clear. 38 roads fair. Iron Clear. 43 roads Good. Aberdeen Clear. 42 roads fair. _ Falls Clear 45 roads Good. Clear 38 Road Goat a a Quot a v s r a do the ads contain this Emblem a look for the Emblem in All Republican ads like Sterling on Silver. The Emblem is a Mark of reliability and genuineness. 111 1 world court again before Senate body or organization a need me special attorney a a with a District attorney and 17 assistants at Chicago he explained. A i j found that in the fiscal year 1922 j they tried 22 jury j a that meant inefficient admin traitor Quot asked chairman Brookhart. A that meant utter demoralization or. Crim returned. A i tried to remedy it. There had been considerable improvement since. It took a Good Long time to get a the chairman asked Why Progress had been so slow. And the witness replied that members of Congress and of the political organization and finally the president had to be considered. Would bar politics a the fact is. The former United states attorney at Chicago was perfectly satisfactory to the political regime Quot suggested senator Wheeler. A that May be so. But i done to or. Crim replied. A there Isnit anything to do with tim office of the United states attorney. But to get it out of. Politics end above this turmoil. The Burden of new criminal Laws has multiplied officials and yet to enforce the Law you must have simple processes where the Light of publicity and the fixing of responsibility is or. Crim was excused without Cross examination and the committee reverted to its inquiry into the detective Maze said by witnesses yesterday to have been thrown about it. Edw Ard Bohner. A special agent of the Justice department was placed on the stand after the committee had agreed at the request of counsel for or. Daugherty to hear at tomorrows session Hiram c. Todd assistant attorney general at new York Todd was named in yesterdays testimony As having sent detectives to Washington to watch committee members and Gaston b. Means one of the Star w i in Esse. Bohner testified that w. J. Burns on March 6. Ordered a close watch kept on Means. Today a baseball City seeks to recover funds in Sioux Falls Sioux Falls s. D., May 22.�?the City commission today authorized Tho commencement of Legal action against four closed Banks of Sioux Falls to recover $147,000 in City funds deposited in them. Suits will be filed As soon As a new City attorney i named by the present administration. Which entered office two weeks ago. Walsh lands Senate a in Wheeler Case Washington d. A. May 22.�? a it a prompt action on the report of the special committee exonerating senator Wheeler of Montana from the charges brought against him in his Home state was urged in the Senate today by his Montana colleague senator Walsh. Assailing the position taken by senator Sterling Republican of South Dakota in a minority committee report senator Walsh declared or. Sterling a plea of yesterday that action be delayed until after Hie trial was a a it is a proposition too absurd for serious he said Quot that no matter what Tho crime charged is. Must tolerate a senators presence Bere until after the courts in their slow process have passed upon the charges Laid in the the senator declared his colleague had a right to be relic Vej of the embarrassment attend intr a charge against him while in the performance of his official duties. If senator Sterling did not believe the indictment was returned for the purpose of a Ham stringing senator Wheeler in the department of Justice investigation senator Walsh said he stood practically alone in his opinion among the people of the he praised senator wheelers conduct of that investigation. Disputing senator Sterling a Contention that Senate action on the Wheeler charges in Advance of his trial in the courts would be unprecedented the Montana senator read the opinion of senator John Quincy Adams in the Case of senator John Smith of Ohio indicted in 1807 for complicity in the Aaron Burr conspiracy. Treasury head is dissatisfied with m ensure High officials say he views it As a unfortunate piece of legislation is out in final form both houses prepare to receive Revenue Bill from conference committee Washington d. C., May 22.�?Strong indications were Given at the Treasury today that Secretary Mellon will recommend a veto of the tax by by the president when the measure i submitted to the Treasury for consideration and review. High officials declared the Bill to be Quot very unsatisfactory Quot to or. Mellon and the statement was made that he viewed it As a a most unfortunate piece of he believes All of the provisions for Reform of the tax system have been omitted and finds go justification for inclusion of such provisions As increased estate tax rates. The Bill itself facing a Welcome from almost every Quarter was ready today for its final legislative action. Differences adjusted the report on adjustment of differences Between the Senate and to up unanimously adopted yesterday by the conferees representing a the two Chambers went through the process of formal drafting today and chairman Smoot of the Senate finance committee expected to present it to the Senate without delay. It was not considered Likely however that the report would be taken up before tomorrow. Early action in the Senate is expected to make agreement by Tho House possible saturday after which the Bill will be sent to the president. Although cutting taxes $472,629,000 or $7 00,000,000 below the estimated surplus available for tax reduction. Republican leaders expect president Coolidge to look with favor on the Bil units present form in View of the elimination of Senate amendments providing for full publicity of tax returns and levies on undistributed corporation profits the prospective Treasury deficit under operation of Tho Bill Doe not take into account the estimated requirement of $150,000,000 for the Bonus next year nor other pending Bills calling for special appropriations. Senator Smoot has predicted however. That the indicated deficit would be wiped out to a great Deg free thru increased tax returns due to the stimulus to business which he believes will result from passage of the Bill. 4rmya victors land in Japan close to Torio Indian pastor Isott Jessat murder trial Kasur Niaura. Japan. May 22�?op a three american army Avia Tom flying around the world arrived at a sum Gaura japanese naval aviation base fifty Miles Northwest of Tokio at 5 40 p. A. Today. Their flying time for the 354 mile hop was five hours and to minutes Jand their flying time for the Day s i two jumps they having reached mini ate from yet Rofu Island in the Kur lies. This morning was 12 hours and 40 minutes. The two jumps totalled Over 650 Miles making the Days accomplishment one of the Best thus i far attained. This was a notable Lay for Tho american aviators. Within 15 hours they drove Down out of the Bleak. Windy North Pacific Region where storms and fogs have hampered their Progress for Days. Into a temperate climate where they probably can Aberdeen s. D., May 22.�?revr end Jonas Keeble pastor of the up a in be Ost Washington. C., May 22.�?�?ofurther Progress Quot was reported by members of the Senate foreign relations committee today after a second two hours executive session devoted to consideration of the several proposals dealing with adherence by the United states to a world court. The plan for membership in the present court with reservations which would divorce the tribunal from he i att Hoyt and Hoh an. League of nations continued the Detroit. 101 too of american league Washington. Of St. Louis. Ii Wing re and Severeid Zachary and Rue. Cleveland. Too 102 of new York. 004 110 of Edwards Smith. Shaute and my Center of interest but again no indication was Given As to the probability of an Early report. The committee also considered briefly the Lodge plan which would involve creation of an entirely new organization and one proposed by senator Lenroot Republican Wisconsin. Adjournment was taken subject to Call but members indicated a new definite proposal would be reported before the session is terminated. Of seventeen sentenced Kiev. Russia. May 22.�?seventeen persons including two women have been sentenced to death at Zhitomi. Ukrain la for banditry. Ten others received ten years imprisonment. The gang terrorized the whole Kiev Region far two years. Boston. Soo 900 90 Stoner and Iseler Fuhr and pie Inlet. Chicago. Too Ooi 2 Philadelphia. Too too i Thurston and Schalk Burns and Perkins. National league York. 102 02 Cincinnati too 22 Ryan and Snyder Luque and Wingo. Boston .�,000 0 Chicago .302 0 Barnes Mcnamara and of Neil Aldridge and Hartnett. 1a Brooklyn a too 040 ooo�?4 to 0 Pittsburgh. 020 too too a 7 $ Vance and de Berry Jooook Dian a Hutch at Emery swim is on the stand today in his own defense against the charge of first degree murder in his trial under Way in Webster. Admission is made of the shooting of his wife and his defense is hinged upon the plea of temporary insanity. The Case will probably go to the jury tomorrow. The defendant in his statement to the jury declared that while in conversation with his wife in the Home of George Barse in Waubay pleading with her to return Home and top divorce proceedings in the heat of passion he Drew a revolver and from that moment he a no further recollection of what happened until he fled from the House with the gun in his hand from which two shots had been fired. In anguish and fright he hid the gun which was later recovered by him and Given to the sheriff after i arrest. Today he is undergoing Cross examination by the state. Later other witnesses for the defense will be presented. The state used 20 witnesses to detail the Rory of the crime under direction of states attorney i. 8. Counties and assistant l. H. Woodward. No Effort is made to deny the shooting thus far the defense hinging upon the plea of temporary insanity. The Peebles had separated mrs. Keeble had moved to Waubay where her children were in school. The husband sought to have her return Home but she had refused. Finally Keeble called and while in conversation with his wife in a room the two being alone he shot her twice from the effects of which she died several Days later in the Hospital at Webster. Taking off from till icy Waters of Ileto Appu Bay off yet Rofu Island in the Buriles. At 3 of clock this morning the aviators landed at Munato 354 Miles from Hiroto Kappa Bay at 10 40 a. In. At 12 30 p. Rn., they took the air again for the 350 mile hop to Kazaum Gaura. Originally it had been planned that the jump from yet Rofu Island to the main Island of Japan and the further hop to Kasur Niaura should occupy successive Days but Yee Gerdav lieutenant Lowell h. Smith commanding the flight advised american naval officers on the Ford that the aviators would try to do both today. Crowds were gathered at Minato and the Beach was Gay with thousands of school children who waved flags and shouted. The americana were sighted 30 seconds before they landed flying Down the Bay in perfect formation. They fell into line circled once above the buoys placed for their mornings and settled onto the water As gracefully As Birds. Present expectations Are that the americans will not continue their flight until sunday or later. They Are to be received by the Prince Regent in a special audience on the occasion of a visit he is making to the aviation base and their planes Are to be gone Over. O a a a nearly Cooper and Power of Africa. Half the potential water the world is in tropical Young Chandler s third wife gets divorce decree new York City. May 22.�?loella gear third wife of Byron Chandler known along Broadway As a the millionaire kid Quot has been granted an interlocutory decree of divorce. Mrs. Chandler charged misconduct at the Chandler bomb on Long Island i and at Atlantic cite
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