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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - November 21, 1924, Mitchell, South Dakota
Sixteen pages the evening Republican City edition to xxxix Mitchell South Dakota Friday november 21, 1924. Number 44death Calls mrs. Harding Loeb Leopold abandon pose of Mitchell party in Auto smash prisoners now see enormity of their offence b is found weeping in his cell by Warden Whitman heir egotism broken in Cay in Aku attain to ill. Ii St prison rank be it u be of crime in Hov j. Gibbons n a service writer nov. 21.�?richard Loeb Nathan Leopold jr., have quit lasing hey have awakened to the Norm their crime. prisoners have taken the out of them. John of the prison has a ened their consciences fore Corning Here to spend a life i 99 \ ears a the two Young intellect simply made a grand gesture existence. They said they knew no i no Law no master no restraint. Rut. As guards at the Penitentiary to Tell you that a ii lot of bunk they re just by. Fresh quite a step Down that from the r c of supermen. Quite a leap from t not Yod glory to Anonymous station the City of the a living neither Ever a ii be a trusty Loeb and Leopold to me As the to of the state to punish and re them mean no More than any a r prisoners a the Warden says. They Are at the Bottom of the in Grade and will Rise under Merit system As they deserve. I have put both boys to trip chair f tory. They Are in different parts the building however and do f a rate w Ork. A Loeb runs a drilling machine and makes the holes in the Bottom of tile chairs into which the legs fit. Le., void is in the Rattan Section and ikes the chair Bottoms. A their next Advance is to the new is n. Over there Are a number of 1 Bouses where jurisdiction and m vision lessens As the prisoner is Iva need. The highest Type prisoner the trusty. He works on our Honor firm without guard. A Loeb and Leopold will never Alai this Grade. Their crime was too Macular. Fellow prisoners would traps for them into which they Ald fall and incur tho displeasure the prison officials. A Leopold has had a better Chance a adapt himself lie started in Mak a or More chair Bottoms than Ever id been made before in a single a a v by any other prisoner. But that bad to be stopped. A the other prisoners would have grown to hate him if lie had been allowed to continue. They would have framed him. A att is hard to explain such things to Tine unfamiliar with prison life. I bit those who have been around prisons understand la Breaks their Soper Man Complex As keeper of this nameless City to i j t in a n started to invade the ego a on of the two killers As soon As i. By were admitted. Whitman has a Way with convicts. A has worked with them and for Mem for 3 ii consecutive years villus penal institutions. More n 200.000 prisoners have passed a Brough his hands. A a we xviii make Loeb and Leopold revient. Their supermen exaggeration must be broken they must ii in that now it is the people of St 11e they must i it is what the Warden said when time in. And he has done it. In achieving his purpose he has Rod to no punishment. In fact a v r Lins he raised his voice. It Man is regarded As one of the i influential authorities on Penol in the country. The lever the future May hold for it and Leopold rests in his hands Warden expects to make use of my Leopold As full time they prove themselves worthy a will be Only after the new too Model Penitentiary is on Custer Road mrs. E. J. Sherwood pinned under Rev. Or. Lindley a car near Alexandria rest More fortunate boxed mama dolls rout negro truck Driver with wails Dri ver. Who caused Accident. Brings All of victims Back to Mitchell contractor is found dead in bed in hotel mystery surrounds death of. Once wealthy Road Bulder of Belle four Che rapid City. S. nov. 21.�?ai Knight Road contractor of Belle four Che P., was found dead in a his bed at the Harney hotel Here j last night with a Bullet wound in his 1 Chest and his bands folded Over the wound. Tho bed clothes were not Dis j arranged and under the covers at his Side was a .25. Calibre automatic revolver with two empty shells. He had answered a Call from the hotel clerk at 7 a. Rn., yesterday but the maids had found the room occupied during the Day. So his death was not discovered until evening. Or. Knight had a comfortable Fortune at one time according to friends Here but lost much of it. Some on recent Road building contracts. Officials who were called were it a loss As to whether he was slain or whether it was possible for him to have shot himself. A coroners jury will meet today to hold an inquest. He was co years of age and is survived by his widow and three children All married. Production of perfect human now possible gland regulation will pave Way to a Fountain of youth says authority great guns fired in naval practice fool coast people leis Angeles Calif. Nov. 21.�? dreadnoughts of the t Intel states Battle Fleet played their customary a a earthquake prank on Southern californians last night. Soon after the ships guns swung into action in Short Range Battle practice off san Philadelphia pa., nov. 21�? co production of the perfect Man by regulation of glands is predicted by or. E. Rodney Fisk of new York. Speaking yesterday at tho convention of the Eastern homeopathic medical association he said that recent discoveries concerning the function of glands of the human body paved the Way for production of the perfect Man. Or. William h. Diffenbach. An a Ray specialist also of new York said that by proper control of the function of glands a a Fountain of youth would be discovered As failure of the glands to function was the cause of old age. A by properly regulating Man s glands said or. Fiske a we will not Only be Able to control his mental characteristics but also his physical Clemente Island newspaper offices j appearance it will Quot be within our Here and in nearby cities were flood Power to say whether he shall be tall or Short fat or thin whether his voice shall be Tenor or Bass. A by increasing the action of sluggish glands and slowing Down the Over Active glands remarkable results have been accomplished and we Are now on the verge of even greater achievements which will make possible the above the new Illinois state Penitentiary at Joliet. Center Warden John l. Whitman left and Nathan f. Leopold or. And Richard Loeb right. Below mrs. Whitman. Furnace death so mystery probe goes on prosecutor clings to belief that mrs. So eats Ley was victim of Foi l play Sioux. Falls. S. D., nov. 21 a Howard Horton and Clyde it Dot Kop. Both of Mitchell A. Were brought to a Lokaj Hospital this afternoon after the automobile Iii which they were coming from Mitchell to Sioux Falls to attend a High school football game went into a ditch Twenty Milch East of tile City on tile Custer Battlefield Highway. Horton was thrown into a barbed wire Fence and was suffering from painful lacerations about the Back and limbs. Hitt Kop had severe Scalp Brill is and perhaps a broken wrist t Bester a. Sheets a third member of the party escaped uninjured. Aii three in tubers of tile i Lei in i High sc1mh>1 football squad. Lins Angelon. Calif., nov. 21.�? Moses Washington negro truck Driver last night hastily deserted his Load and phoned tile police when he heard muffled voices coming from one of the Long wooden boxes in his or kid. Officers hurried to the scene and opened the Box which Washington insisted contained an either dying or already dead victim of foul play. They found it snugly packed with a consignment of a mama each time the truck bounded Over a rut in the Road the dolls their mechanical lungs compressed by the Jolt sighed in unison funeral to be hed monday at Marion Church National capital mourns with Ohio town As presidents widow expires suffered Many weeks Depp person at sorrow Felt a friends Axt beneficiaries of deceased Senate probes u it to publicity Washington. c., nov. 21 a the legally of publishing specific income tax returns win the main question Foj consideration at today s session of the spacial Senate committee investigating the internal Revenue Bureau with the future course of the mrs. J inquiry depending on the decision. Of Licals of the internal Revenue father Bridgewater D., nov. 21. E. J. Sherwood was seriously injured this morning Between Alexandria an Bureau halted their proceedings yes Emery. While on her Way with Rev. Ter Day by raising the Point in exec and mrs. Glen Lindley to Sioux Falls Tive session and had not completed to attend the Mitchell Sioux Falls their argument against making the Canton Ohio nov. 21.�? a a hoping further questioning of relatives of mrs. And die Sheatsley. Wife of V. Sheatsley pastor of Christ Church Bexley a suburb of Columbus Ohio who found the charred remains of his wife in the Furnace at the Sheatsley Home monday might bring some clue which would solve the mysterious cremation prosecutor John r. King of Franklin county today continued examination of or. Sheatsley and his four children. Funeral services for mrs. Sheatsley were held at Paris near Here yesterday. Prosecutor King also is awaiting a report of Columbus analytical chemists who made an analysis of tho lunar and oesophagus of mrs. Sheatsley the prosecutor hoped the analysis High school game. Mrs. Glen Lindley was also injured but not so seriously. Catherine Lindley daughter of or. And mrs. Lindley and or. Lindley escaped injury. Mrs. Sherwood was hurried to the methodist state Hospital in a Chell immediately after the Accident. According to w. R. Ronald of Mitchell who with Charles Niblock representative of the evening Republican and Harry Lilja was on his Way to Sioux Falls the Lindley car was struck by a passing machine which was being driven at a High late of Speed. The Lindley car was hurled from the Road. Over a ditch and through a barbed wire Fence falling on its Side. Mrs. Sherwood was pinned under the car. Ronald and the other two Mitchell men drove upon the scene almost imme a mately after the Accident occurred and aided righting the Lindley car and extricating mrs. Sherwood who was pinned beneath the machine. It was thought that both of mrs. Sherwood s legs were broken. The other occupants of the Lindley car returns Public when the session ended. Chairman Couzens said that if the committee decided that the Law did Marion Ohio nov. 21.�? 4s a Florence Kling Harding widow of Warren g. Harding Twenty ninth chief executive of the United states died Here today. The end came at s 55 a. In. At the White Oaks sanitarium of or. Carl a Sawyer where she has been fighting for life for the last few weeks. Or. Sawyers statement on the causes of death gave chronic nephritis Mio Caritis and Hydro Nephrosis. Clifford b Kling mrs. Iiarding�?T9 brother George b. Christian. Or. Who had been seckary to or Harding mrs Mary Sawyer widow of brigadier Cert a Charles e. Sawyer and or car Sawyer were present when the end came. Arrangements for the funeral were immediately taken Over by her and or Christian funeral next monday the funeral services will be he at Epworth methodist episcopal Church at 2 of clock monday afternoon. Rev. Jesse Swank pastor of the Church who conducted the funeral services for president Harding will be in. I in charge. He will be assisted by Rev. Not permit the publication of specific a a a. George m. Landis pastor of Trinity Uja Center Baptist Church of which or. Hard a j ing was a member. Mrs. Harding had a mamber of Epworth methodist Church since girlhood. Returns the hearing bout conclusions drawn from group of returns without ident Ifica by Tion of the makers. But he added if it is concluded that publication was Legal the committee will conduct a Complete investigation publicly. Although unable to decide on the Publ it qty Point the committee did agree however to include in the investigation a Complete inquiry into the operations of the prohibition unit As Well As to enforcement of tax Laws. Cal starts to write message for Congress while no definite announcement has been made it is expected that mrs. Harding a remains will be placed temporarily in the receiving vault in the Marion cemetery alongside the body of her husband. The body was removed from White Oaks sanitarium Early today to the Home of mrs. Frank j. Longshore a Niece in East Church Street. Capital sorrows Washington. C., nov. 21.�?the death of mrs. Harding aroused a deep sense of personal sorrow in the National capital. The highest dignitaries of the gov i ferment headed by president Coolidge joined in expressions of grief and re Gret but quite another tribute of of j Section found voice among those she were thrown Clear of the machine l. F an and escaped with Only a slight Shah i n Washington. A. Nov. 21.�?op a Iamb eur a Quot who Tad looked ing and minor bruises with the sex Resi Ien Coolidge has begun writing a. A. Of mrs Lindley who com his Messang to Congress in which he with admiration and with i y on the its. Finale woo Coin recommendations for trac course of her Rief tenure 3 seemingly More painful caption pained of injuries. The passing Motorist who is believed to have struck the Lindley car causing the Accident did not Stop at once but few moments later to the scene. He aided will set Forth legislative action at the Short session which convenes def. I. The message is expected to include mistress of the Waite House mrs. Harding had made Many warm friends in Washington Long be the other Mitchell men in giving first ii Are Choate i Aid to the victims of the Accident t0ss is will disclose whether mrs. Beats i. ,. Nit and then took them All in his car lev breathed in the Furnace. He said hit i Aud returned with them to Mitchell j that if the examination disclosed that1 she did not breathe it would lend Cre Dence to his theory that she was a turd or victim. A a i am of the said or. King said a that eventual disclosures mrs. Sherwood a More a definition of or. Coolidge a position i fore her husband became president. On National problems already suited it. The wife of a senator she won a to some extent in speeches and in his reputation As a gracious hostess and message to the last session of con j a wholehearted and Democrat j tic Pant in Many Public charities. In View of the administrations these qualities she carried with her present intention not to ask for fur int0 the White House. Among those ther tax reduction pending a study who a mourn most deeply at her death of the new tax Bill ust now going 1 Are the wounded soldiers at Walter severe than expected into effect and to await the report of Reed or Pital. Where she passed Many hours and left Many tokens of sym Pathy and encouragement. City offered its prayers the solicitude she showed on Many a ail. Have awakened them Loeb and Leopold can t adapt Ive. A teachers there is Plen office work into which they or. But to graduate from the ,1 labor into a Job requiring a work. They shall first have to it i if selves worthy s., fur both have been onners. I think we have is in super Man Complex Whitman is a de with inquiries from subscribers anxious to know where the a a earthquake entered ships participating in the practice were the Pennsylvania. Arizona Oklahoma Nevada and the Colorado. Of government ends its Case against protest inspector Chicago la. Nov. 21.�?the government completed its testimony and rested its Case shortly after noon today in the trial of William j. Fahy former Post office inspector James broken Murray and a alter Mccomb charged a with a a piracy in connection with believer in kindness the j2.000.000 mail train robbery at Rondout ii on june 12 last. Model prisoners Call his wife and Leopold have come an to with convicts Mize her. The whitmans sit attend Chapel and they communion rail with he kindly us a they t Roll o a soviets. Whitman is a Gray haired de Man w to nether Molly cuddles j brutalized. Prisoners Are free to to him and explain their diff a is. He always tells them to get it in grievances a off their Chest he has had Loeb and Leopold in a one of a the family a nce then Bobbie Frinks Mur j res five undergone a Potterne j it nge in behaviour. I a i caught lob blubbering in the other a guard said. A guess the Walls wakened i up. They always do sooner or ter. A a a fifty thousand Square Miles Arf devoted to wheat in India. Wanted a table a want advertiser in today a Issue wishes to buy a used dressing table. Any one having such a table and willing to sell it would lose Money by not Reading the want and Page today. Production of the perfect or. Diffenbach expressed the opinion that control of the Ductless glands was far Superior to implantation of Monkey glands for the restoration of youth. State must live within its income Amsden declares mrs. E. J. Sherwood who was in-1 his special commission on agriculture Jared in an automobile Accident near questions it is not believed the. _ �?zrn.,a i Emery this morning was rushed im-1 presi Ieni will make any recommend wait produce facts necessary to mediately to a Mitchell Hospital cations for outstanding general leg that she did not choose this method i there declared that her isolation devoting his remarks along occasions for the interests and Happi of taking her life. I do not say. In a Jower Jet Jamb wag fractured above this line to numerous pending pro Ness of others was returned to her demand that another killed her the ankle it her a get limb fractured i pos Ais before Congress among which manifold when a serious illness cart that is possible of , but i and above the Mcnee an j one Bop was Dis i Are the departmental reorganization the first Cloud Over her Domestic life inclined More and More to the p by the Naya reconstruction Meas in the executive mansion during the Urc. Reclamation proposals and some summer of 1922. All of Washington Railroad legislation. Poured out its sympathy and prayers or. Coolidge has indicated he will while she Lay Between life and death end the message to Congress to be and then slowly began to mend. That the body was placed in the Furnace after life had questioned by or. King mrs. Lydio Sponseller 80 year old Mother of Ste victim who lived with the Sheatsley family for a number of years declared a a More agreeable family i have never seen. Addle was j Good and kind to me and so was her late yesterday in a note sent prosecutor King. Or. Sheatsley reiterated his belief that his wife had been a sit Ide victim. Milton the oldest son. In a note to or. King declared that when he entered the Furnace room and first saw the body of his Mother a Small door above the Coal door was open. In previous statements to the prosecutor he had declared this door was closed. Or. Sheatsley in a postscript to Milton s note said that a was you know i thought the Little girl told me the Small door was open Milton now says he is the one who saw it was open and that he closed it and is so willing to read re establishing a custom of Many years changed first by pres automobile trades oppose licensing of Auto mechanics located. A Ith the exception of mrs. Lind jury Ley who was bruised and was suffering from the Shock at her Home this afternoon All other occupants of the car escaped unhurt. Discussing the Accident. Rev. Or. Lindley said that he did not know i Dent Wilson and followed since his who it was that struck their car but and ministry Ion. That the other Man must have been i _. Driving ten or fifteen Miles an hour Ufari Arafan i a Fla faster than he or the Force with j w hich the other car struck a uld not1 have thrown his car so great a distance. French officials hold conference on arms protocol top All sales at Royal Stock show the City a most vivid memories of her Cluster about the funeral of the husband at whose Side she was watching when he passed from life in san Francisco. In All that vast picture of grief and affection for the dead president. The figure that will live longest in the recollection of the capital is that of the widow who. Bowed by her sorrow we ent courageously through the Long ordeal of mourning. Fought losing fight after the funeral of the president. Mrs. Harding Liv a in virtual retirement. She maintained a hotel suite Paris. France. Nov. 21.�?th> pro n a ,. To Cor on and Security i for a Hereford Bull being $1,350. The for ends who saw ter Aurine her last record Price paid previous to a few weeks ago realize Kansas City. To. Nov. 21.�?herefords sold yesterday at the american Royal livestock show brought the beep near the White House but i Best prices of any Breeds auctioned Verte j Ber time Between Washington at the exposition. The first thirty apr Marion and took Only a Socall yearlings bulls avoid at an average of Nurt a the social activities of the $417 Earh. The highest Price paid she a de perceptibly and framed Huron. S. a nov. 21.�?legislation formed the principal matters of discussion at this mornings session of the annual convention of the automobile trades association of South Aberdeen. S. A. Nov. 21.�?that South Dakota must live within its income is the firm determination of the budget Board according to senator S. Amsden of Grant county the new Enato member of that body. A the Board has adopted a new pol., said or. Amsden. Quot but i Dakota the going on rec Ord As favouring several new Laws and opposing cer Aln other mares the convention will close this afternoon with reports of committees selection of directors and a meeting of the directors to organize for the coming year and elect their new officers. Disapproval of the association was expressed for any legislation that would mean the licensing of garages. Mechanics and the association went on record As opposed to the placing of any additional taxes on motors or j dealers or anyone or anything con j needed with the automobile trades business. To a drove of a floating islands has been encountered off the coast of Borneo. At the last Assembly of the Learue of nations was the subject of an important conference at the Torr Quot a office last no Erht Between Premier Herriot Leon Bourgeois format Premier Briand and Paul Boncouri. I the result was to confirm the conferees opinion that France was Correct i a accepting the British request hat consideration of the protocol by the league Council be deferred. Fish of this year was $305 for an Aber that she was losing grou a steadily Deen Angus Bull. In her Long fight against physical Mot of the Hereford Stock sold spi Pual adversity was raised by Missouri breeder and the preside t s direction was sold to cattlemen from Texas ri3g of the Whit House we by at and new Mexico. The Missouri mule of Mast unto upheld his reputation when an sex service monday. Sen it Captain Adolphus Andrew i to Marion to rpr40r a men the after the funeral or. Coolidge also Hibit of w. A. Rhinehart of Palmyra. Mo., was adjudged the grand Champion. A it a hit Wrather forecast lab a must Keo old of Pplk rfcs icy this we shall insist that department and institutions Heads make their own cuts in to Carter expects to resume work soon at Tomb of tut Minnesota and North Dakota fair tonight and saturday. Somewhat colder tonight. It South Dakota and Nebraska fair tonight and saturday somewhat colder in East and Central portions . Local temperatures maximum and minimum tempera Tures As recorded by the official gov conned asserts naval aide. I a sic tame Asna is Rry or la week my w Orf a it re in him a the postmaster Genera t intimate Friend of a a in in v a or a ported to a to the i s n w meet of tat. Nor. 21 f a a per Jyi Renouf in Mufti a not of to the Mehran of do a urn of t.avo�-,p of to fourth Annua convention by it executive Council As or Art to London. Eng., nov. 21.�?kotvard Carter is expected to arrive in Cairo within a few Days to resume work on the Tomb of the pharaoh tutankhamen. According to the daily mail. The work will be controlled by the antiquities department of the i egyptian government. Ern ment thermometer from 7 a. In. Orca fration mu5t he kept a pm yesterday toa. In. Today political domination and that the Enn Seattle p a Jim maximum 55. Minimum 38. At 8 a. In. Today 38 of weather and roads Watertown Clear 4h roads Good. Yankton Clear. 44 roads Good. Mitchell Clear 38 roads Good. Huron Clear. 42 a cats Good. National Campaign also should by Sioux Falla Clear 38 roads Good. Partisan political Campa Gre comm tee created during the recent National Campaign must be maintained permanently. Ballot reforms increased interest in the primaries of All parties and freeing Independent political movements of the narrowly circumscribed limitations As revealed by the recent be sought the report declared Cha wish v v a of flip Mesrob i or he or ii crap an1 Aat a a a map final a i Aat Rauw a a a a Era it in a warrant tvo Raf we a ?a?8 an Oun cad Shanca the Rita Acour cd the ref wave a a tem in 19$ for �l5eaaano the tines have a Aid out or venues 254 Oon in interest stated atm Ria a in addition to 4 keeping up expenses tar repairs
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