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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - May 31, 1921, Mitchell, South Dakota
I he evening Republican City edition vol xxxv Imitchell s. D. Tuesday May 31, 1921 no. 181girl s body dragged from Lake May wheat in rocket climb up 12.5 cents sensational gains made in Chicago pit today ovre saturday other prices Are firm Large receipts of other Grain act As Brake to Gen a eral Advance both households ought to get together for a washing Bee bomb drops from plane killing two three dying one has eyes shot out As dynamite explodes Many a leg blown off lev Amo Datil pm ionised wire Chicago Iii. May 31.�?wheat for May delivery Macle a sensational upward swing in Price today As a re Gilt of demand from shorts who had wailed until the last of Hie month before fulfilling contracts. Little waft a Sal and Hie Market ran up 12 1-2 cents a bushed to $1.82 As Coin pared with saturday s finish. Except in the May delivery of wheat prices although finn kept within moderate limits. Huge receipts of All kinds of Grain Here today operated As a counter balance against the bullish effect of the unusual upturn in the Price of May wheat. About 2,400 carloads of Grain arrived including 450 cars of wheat. Increased nervousness on the part of shorts hoisted the marked anew in the final hour. May touching 1.x7. Tim highest Price this season. Trading lacked volume and excitement was confined to the groups directly at interest. The May delivery expired at the tip top Price a be Advance of 17 1-2 Cellis compared will saturday. Only trained univ 1-2 0 3-4 cent net. Naked woman fires College Lunatic puts Torch to build i ing causing $100,000 loss before she is jailed fishing trip ends in tragedy near Wessington Springs Accident on proving grounds also injures nine enlisted men it by v or a m Acon la., May 31 a an insane Newto woman stripped of All clothing appeared list Niht it the Campus of tin Central City College a negro institution. And aft a stoning one of tim buildings entered Ami applied a Torch. The Frame building burst into flames and Lite students had to flee for their j i \ is. The Structure was burned to the ground and an adjoining building caught fire and partly destroyed. The Job. Estimated at 100.006. Tile woman was seized and taken to jail. Road blows up killing 3 Irish Man 63, Dies to save babes life child Falls into cold Pool rescuer in sweat plunges in heart fails babes 14th brings i his league record to 117 Home runs bomb is of planted beneath path soldiers slayers escape Auk. Ire., May 3 1.�?three soldiers were killed instantly three Unwar ily wounded my others badly injured when mines were exploded this morning under a party of soldiers who were Roe Erding from the Yogi Glia Barracks Mere to the Rifle ran. Says Dement issued by the military authorities this evening. Tin men who of exploded tile mines ran off. Lily a it a Oei Ute Liv if hts a a re Alliance neb., May 31.�? plunging into a Pool if cold water while overheated from his work to save the life of a drowning child is believed to have contributed to the death of i Imil Vance. 03 years old. Who dropped dead of heart failure yesterday a Short time after he had rescued tin child. The three year old son of or. Anil mrs. Moxon of ibis City fell into four feet of wafer in a Hole which had been excavated for a cellar. Or. Sane was building a Cement sidewalk nearby. Hearing the screams f the child ii a jumped into la Pool and rescued i in boy who had gone Down f. R the second time. He returned to ids Vork and in a few minutes dropped dead. Physicians stated that Hie Shock f tin cold water while Iii a heated condition from his work caused in attack a of heart failure. Or. Vance has lived 12 Kadoka Farmer brings his Bride from Bohemia years. He formerly lived it Wymore. His body will he Token to Wymore for burial. Breaks swimming Mark for women s. Ii. May Mary a Ultra arrived in Kadoka from Bono i it hernia wednesday and was married ? it Dolph Ssara a Farmer Liv ing near hire. T marriage a the culmination of Romance begun when or. Sura was Nerving with the Bohemian contingent during the world War. Or. And mrs. Sura will make their on the grooms farm one mile of town. Home is nth of ii Assoria led pre lenses a ire Honolulu t. In May 30.�?ktlmm it a Bleibtrey a of new York broke the world s record for the lop Yard women a i pen National championship of the Malteur athletic Union . Swimming the distance in one Niini a. Three and two fifths second. Mari Wesselar of the our Ger club Honolulu swam second. A miss by Eli Rev swam this Dis tune. In one minute five and one i Fly seconds in Honolulu april it. This j the fastest time made in h 100-Yard dash for women. A of sheriff is fined $3,400 for Sale of seized rum Illy pre wire fit Itrice neb. May 31.�?kines aggregating a lilt Over 3 too have been assessed by the internal Revenue department against Lobo i. Shiek. Recently removed As Sherif a of this county on his conviction in Federal court of the illegal Sale of liquor. Schick Worth recently completed a Short jail sen Mattie Fence for the sumo offence. Weather report forecast South Dakota in settled tonight and wednesday probably showers warmer wednesday and Western portion tonight. Of a boy Mcmillin smother killed Danville kit May 31.�? Alvin to Mcmillin Star football player of outre College today is Enro Ute to foil tex., where his Mother mrs. B. Mcmillin was killed in an automobile Accident yesterday. Fly a a Oci Ard pre leased wire new York Lily. May 30.�?�?obabe a lint ii s. Fourteenth Home run for i $21 yesterday brought his major league total to it equalling Hie Mark of Clifford c. Travail formerly of the Philadelphia nationals. Lava the a homers were spread Over More years beginning in to 12 and ending in 1020, while bulb began to Ama his total in Iola and was handicapped during the first three years when he pitched. Two american league batting regards were equalled yesterday. One Mark five borne runs in one games was duplicated in the Quot Cleveland St. Louis contest the indians getting three and the Browns two. Rainy of Cleveland hit two and Khmer Smith on. The Oiler two were halted by Kenneth Williams of St. Louis and coupled with his two liners of Friday enabled him to equal Ruth a record of four in three consecutive games. Debate coach signs for h. S. Knox College Man is secured As Pilot to Mitchell argues Mitchell pays tributes to Soldier dead do i re ire Washington i. May 31.�?two enlisted men were killed and three officers an1 nine enlisted men were injured in the explosion of a bomb today of the Aberdeen md., army proving grounds according to private messages received Here today from Aberdeen. Reports to Hie War department said that three officers had been injured two seriously and eight enlisted men Hurt. These reports told of none killed. The bomb was being taken up in an air plane when the Accident occurred an officer at the proving grounds said Over tile Telephone. As the machine started to ascend the Bomi fell from its fastenings. The three officers who were injured were in the plane he said. Advices from the correspondent of the Baltimore news stated that other soldiers were dying. Captain Joseph v Hall the Pilot of the plane which was a Martin bomber had Bolti eyes bit two out and his condition was said to be critical. Robert Herr a civilian employee had his left leg blown off above Hie knee. Tin air plane a completely wrecked. Work begins Jim viaduct in few Days Alexander head of contracting firm is negro and a football Star City pauses in daily routine to Honor heroes on memorial Day Gerald Francis of Knox Coll go. Ii. Who was in Mitchell Early in May to attend Hie National oratorical association it Illust has been secured As debate coach at Mitchell High school for next year it was announced today. Or. Francis served As president of the National oratorical association last year. The has Hail considerable experience in debate and oratory As a representative of Knox College and will receive a degree there in june. Liberty Bonds hit new Low record Illy associated pre leased wire new York City. May 31.�?liberty 3 1-2 per cent tax exempt Bonds dropped to $17.50, their lowest quotation on the Stock Exchange today other issues of that group also were heavy. Of vetoes dry act Madison wi-., May 31.�?governor Blaine today vetoed the Matteson prohibition enforcement act As in r inflict with the Federal volstead aet. Terming ii a indefinite and Uncertain and Hie Titi Sab on in agile All Mitchell paused in the round of business and hous hold duties yesterday to Honor the memory of the Soldier dead. Hundreds of people thronged main Street during the Parade at to o clock i to service at the cemetery was Well attended and th1 capacity of the City Hall w As taxed at i do afternoon memorial children and members if various patriotic organizations of the City formed a line which stretched nearly a Mil Long from tin Omaha to the Milwaukee Railroad stations. While throngs of parents and others who a ii i not take part watched la Parade Fife past. Lap Tai n k. In Rowley assisted by Heto Ert bees former commander of Leacher Post of the american legion and Donald m. Hood the present commander Hail charge of the Parade which was exceedingly Well conducted. The line of March was betide by the Mitchell municipal band. I la Kola Wesley an w As Well represented. Led by their own baud Over too Wesleyan students took a prominent place in Hie line. The suns of veterans furnished til firings tug i that acted As escort a the thinning ranks of the g. A. R. Memorial Day activities were re sinned at 2 30 of clock with a program at la City Hail. S. C. Luttrell Wain charge. Rev. Waller Austin Wagner pastor of the first congregational Church offered the invocation and at the end of i service gave the Benediction. A the memorial of life was the subject of an address by Rev. T. G. Movery pastor of the i Rel it get i i i Church. A the Only memorial we can give the Soldier dead must be the memorial of our Rev. Mowry declared. John Nob read Lincoln a Gettysburg address amt briefly actual construction of the James River viaduct four Miles East Mitchell for which a contract was let by the state several weeks ago. Will school and was Start this week. It was Learned today school children when the first shipment of equipment for the work arrived. The Alexander and Higbie company of Des Moines la., secured the contract for the construction of this viaduct for 2 �?T>.000, a Price about 20 percent lower than til original estimate by Hie engineers. Tile estimates on Hie project Wen made in 1920. However before labor and material prices had started declining. Done by sept. 1, belief work on the viaduct will be completed by september i according to terms of the contract. The viaduct will be built of Concrete Aud will ext and about 300 feet West of the present James River Bridge near Tobin s Park. There will also be a 100-foot viaduct just East of the Firesteel Creek Bridge. These two viaducts will make the River Road passable even during High water As the viaduct will raise the level or the Road higher than any Pond Ever by floods. The Road will not be closed for several weeks As the new viaduct is to be located just North of the present Grad thus straightening the Road. The old spillway will be blasted oui. Chief is negro or. Asunder the head of the firm which secured the contract for the work is a negro. He is a graduate of the Iowa state agricultural College Aud was selected As an All american football Star when in College. He wa4 born in sour Dakota North of Pierre Aud has made this Way practically alone. Ile is considered one of the a Cess Ful contractors of Iowa. Special to the Republican Wessington Springs s. La. May 31 a Laura Sheppard the 2->eur-old a Tangier of or. Aud mrs. Dis sleep Pard of Wessington Springs was drowned in Ady Lake about seven Miles Southwest of to Iii place a ii to the Boul in which so and Lier fatties were fishing upset. Scores of friends worked for an hour and a half with wires drag nets and grappling Hooks before the body was recovered from the Lake. It was found about a Rod from the Shore in water about seven feet deep. A Outing ends in tragedy or. And mrs. Sheppard and their four children of which Laura was the oldest had gone to lady Lak to spend til Day fishing. Laura and Lier father ventured out on a Small crudely built boat to the Middle of the Luke wide mrs. Sheppard Aud the three smaller children remained on Shore. In some Way Laura in her childish enthusiasm Over the adventure upset the boat. Her father immediately plunged into the Lake to Rescue Ilia daughter. Father loses grasp the drowning child clutched her father so tightly that lit struggle free of her grasp and w is forced to swim with her toward the Shore. When they Ware within a Rod of the Bank the girl loosened her grasp and before or. Sheppard could catch her she Sank to the Bottom of the like. The water at Hie spot where she went Down is Only about seven f it deep. It is believed that the body was caught Iii a Snag As it did not Rise to the surface after it want Down the first time. People Aid search people living near the Lake were summoned at once and joined or. Sheppard in his search for the child while waiting for help to come from town. Having no wires or Hooks to work with. Or. Sheppard and those work ing with him were Able to do Little until the men arrived from Wessington Springs with the necessary equipment for dragging the Lak. The body was found about noon in practically the same spot where it disappeared below tin surface of the water. Favorite in school the Little girl was ill the sixth Grade of the Wessington Springs a favorite among the Ocean to Ocean freight rates Par with canal this Promise is made to Senate today by Santa be president ship part Way free costs Between Chicago and other Middle Points to new York nothing i by associated pre leased wire Washington. D. Ct., May 31.�?transcontinental Railroad freight Rales Are Bing altered to meet Ocean Competition via the Panama canal Edward Chambers vice president of the Atchison. Topeka and Santa be declared today before the Senate committee investigating to e Railroad situation. K a we shall fix the rates from san Francisco to new York to meet the water or. Chambers said a and then modify the Interior rates Structure so that Kansas City Chicago and Cincinnati for instance Wilt get Tho Sam rat As that to new York and could not producers in All Points will be placed on a competitive a what that Means a said chairman Cummins a will be that you will then be carrying freight from Chicago or Kansas City to new York or vice versa for shows unjust seals senator Pomerene Democrat Ohio read into the records a series of rates showing that Interior cities pay greater freight rates on a number of commodities than cast cities pay for longer hauls on the same products. Or. Chambers discussed Panama canal Competition declaring that the water rats should be regulated by the interstate Commerce commission and that Hie rates should be High enough to allow the Panama anal to pay the costs of construction. Or. And mrs. Sheppard have lived in Wessington Springs for years. Or. Sheppard is the son of one of the earliest settlers of the town. Boti of to lib child a parents Are prominent in Odd fellow and Rebekah circles. A Sheppard is a Blacksmith. Nab hired men As rum makers three employees on Pete Gifford farm make booze while Boss is gone claim manufacturing Moonshine in la absence of a the bo.-,�?� landed Llyde Boyd. Asa Clien Worth and Ernest Livingston Ern loves on the Pele Clifford farm South of belts in the clutches of the Law the three re booked for a hearing before judge William Herbert this afternoon. Boyd Lac North. And Livingston made no attempt to deny tit charge against them when Wood Smith amt Charles Peters Deputy stat -.twrift-, Aud Roy Langley and Ferd Wingier the Davison county sheriff and his Deputy captured them and their Complete Stilt which they were operating in a machine she on the farm. The officers seized the still Ami a Quantity of liquor. Or. Gifford the Man said i in Texas a business. Ten percent is believed coming out in wages Chicago ii May 31.�?the touted staff s railway labor Board today completed work on the decision which it will hand Down tomorrow cutting i wages of employees of 10 4 railroads. Eventually the new rates to be established will apply to every Road in the country. Advance estimates of the slash to be ordered by tile Board place the figure somewhere Between la and 15 or cent with the general belief that if will of nearer the lower figure than the higher. A ten per rent Cut would subtract some $300,000,000 from the nation s railway wage Bill. Tomorrow s decision will be effective july i just t i months after the 000.000,000 increase of last year took effect. Kiwanis fete charter Day elaborate party will be held in Mitchell this evening in presentation exercises tipi lot freed of blame in death of 7 in crash on it. Another feature of the program was tile singing of two selections by the boys glee club of the senior High in Boul. I by out cd press Washington i. A. May 31.�?lieutenant Stanley Ames Pilot of the cur tis Kage army air plane thai crashed near Morgantown. Md., saturday night with a loss of seven lives was exonerated of ail blame for the Accident Iii the formal report of the Board of investigation submitted today to major m. F. Scanlon commandant a Bolling Field. The Accident in the opinion of to commented Board of three army aviation officer. Absolutely unavoidable and was carpenters is sold Here today grocery St fire is purchased by j. C. Elliott formerly of Lemmon the a. S. Carpenter grocery of Mitchell was sold today to j. G. Ii Volt of Lemmon who will Luke Possession immediately. Or. Elliott was engaged Iii the general merchandise business at Lemmon until the fall of 191. He sold his vv.-. 11 i a \ my a in Arm via Bill Sim a Quot an and Las a i t Ltd a been living due entirely to the storm into which in California the greater part of the the air plane ran while returning from i time. He plans to move his family to Field va., to Washington. Mitchell As soon As potable. Mitchell Kiwan ians were milking Prei orations today for one of the most elaborate parties Ever Field in Mitchell by any organization. The Celebration. To be Tild this evening is in Observance it of the present fion of the charter to the Mitchell kiwanis club. Louis a. Nessell of St. Paul District governor will formally present the charter. About 30 members of the Huron club and about to from Sioux Falls were expected to come to Mitchell by car Titis afternoon to attend the dinner program and dance to a held this evening. Aim Neth Sioux Falls delegation is mayor George w. Burnside. Joe Marshall Secretary of the Minneapolis Cill ilex Willis Secretary of Hie St. Paul club and w. Beach a representative of the Sioux City Kiwan ians. A re among the out of town if nest s who arrive it a Mitchell this morning for the Diane in. The r Dary kiwanis baseball game this afternoon was scheduled to open the festivities. About 20 of the Mit Tiell men and the representatives from urn Oiler cities expect to go to Huron wednesday Hie charter presentation tiler. Talk a a strike puts a phone company out of business Bloomfield neb., May 31.�?th in Nion Telephone company whose patrons went on a a strike three months ago in protest against higher rate. Has closed its Exchange Here
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