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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - November 22, 1924, Mitchell, South Dakota
The evening Republican City edition vol xxx Imitchell South Dakota saturday november 22, 1924. Number 45bandits loot Post office torn Between career and love Lillian Foster asked to marry and quit stage Oklahoma girl wins Success at same time with her Fiance Lings to Broadway is i i should go As far As in mormon before marrying Ihm in gym Corn Nix staff writer Ork nov. 22.�?Broadway pay endings As surely As it aged Les. Cd is the n Rich or see saw of Suc me Are not Content to Ertain drop upon a scene Mage. And create a prob new made love values for instance. Lillian Fos flirtatious by squinty eyes use and naive smile. I humped her head against in for Many a year and had Lea a Che and a heartache to r Lier trouble. And come from Oklahoma try to be exact. No million eight Hundred t or More Young girls from main streets of America she was an actress. It so Hap this instance that she was it she was a Long time find to to Broadway and haunt agencies. She took jobs in it in panics travelling the she was told that her is pretty bad. Then she trav no belts a Kansas. Mis Indiana. And she came Back d Way. Ill and discouraged on a touch of flu. And quite ired. She went Back to okla the was t through yet. She a resting. And there she met in a Lillian Foster c k i we Gore to remain in Cabinet for time decision Coolidge considers Pugsley As Iak Fly Man Fok Secretary of agriculture Washington d. C., nov. 22.�?pres last rites for mrs. Harding to be most simple Council passes new franchise for Power co. Dates for special election will be fixed at next regular session new rates Are set up Coolidge will keep hands off in party fight president will take no part in contest for Senate and House posts members to meet soon Johnson Case is Given to jury at Parker at noon Parker. S. P. Nov. Of Don b. Johnson. 2 a the former Case vice Gas of soil t. I Content will de is. To per thousand in future Mitchell s new Gas and electric franchise had its final Reading and was accepted by the members of the City Council at a special meeting of that body late yesterday afternoon. The ordinance adopted by the Council Grants to the Northwestern Public service company the right first of party conferences is scheduled Fok next Friday in capital Washington. D. A. Nev 22.�? president Coolidge it is stated officially at the White House will take no part in the contest for Republican leadership in Congress the end of which will come to a head at a i i party conference next Friday Ani i privilege to occupy the streets alleys and Public places of Mitchell Anil to manufacture sell and distribute Gas and electricity in the City Over a Twenty year period this acceptance of the Gas franchise by the Council Marks the end of a several months debate Between Hie president of the Sioux Falls Trust and savings Kink charged with is j suing t certificate of Deposit for $12,000 without the consent of the Board of directors. In violation of the j state banking Laws was Given to Al jury at noon today. Johnson is on trial Here under a change of venue from Minnehaha county. Analysis gives murder clue in Furnace crime Stamps taken by cracks men at Brookings thieves break into vault and escape with $6, Worth of plunder miss Large Cash sum at itty inf tor to used by Rod Dehs left behind m a decl be to identity or. Coolidge feels it is said. That it is not his part to dictate or to suggest in such decisions and that to believes such a Choice As is made by the membership will be to the administration. A formal Call was sent out yesterday by senator Curtis of Kansas the Council and the Northwestern Public a ,. I Republican whip for the party con service company during which a1. Government to Send Honor Ary pallbearers from capital to Marion o. Now be a thorough was from York and had left there with Hilt jeans he did no to think much Oad Way but had a lot of Faith Wells. I pc guessed it they foil. In but he wanted her to leave the to marry at once she must a finish her carcer.0 Nick she came. By the critics that of a certain night ago the name of Lillian unknown and that at la same night it was being ear to ear and banged sen critical typewriters ter had arrived a play from one of the a party s and shipped up town name big in the Bright i rib a i or Tiv House i Sawyer physic ident Coolidge expects to appoint Howard m. Gore at present acting Secretary of agriculture to serve until he takes up his duties As governor of West Virginia on March 4, it was stated officially at the White late yesterday. Or. Gores term As acting Secretary to which he was appointed after the death of Secretary Wallace will under the Law. Expire by limitation at the close of this month. Such an appointment will give the president ample Opportunity also to j Tim said. Survey the Field of candidates for the end of a Marion Ohio. Nov. 22.�?up a funeral services monday afternoon at Epworth m. E. Church Here for mrs. Florence Kling Harding who yesterday at the Home of or. Sawyer son of the late or. E president Harding s personal n. Will be simple. This was announced today by George r. Christian. Or. Former Secretary to or. Harding and a lifelong Friend or the family who is in charge of the funeral arrangements. Tentative funeral plans. Or. Chris in lode singing of Quot the perfect Day by the col company number of social Council meetings were held before the two interests finally reached an amicable decision in the last few weeks minor details have been adjusted an amendment to the original franchise was added in favor of the Gas company which provides that in the event taxes Are increased and the company has failed to earn a reasonable return on the current physical value of tho Plant or of the City requires the company to Transfer its wires and cables to underground conduits Anil if the expense exceeds $10,000 the company shall to entitled to revision of rates. Voters must ratify Ord Liming before the ordinance can go into effect it must be ratified by a majority of the voters of Mitchell. The Date of election will be fixed and the appointment of judges of election made at the next regular Council meeting. Frank Mcgovern City auditor said today. Provided the franchise is addled i Cepter by the voters it will go into Carl j effect Twenty Days anti publication according to Law. The Only other amendment made to Umbus. Ohio. Republican glee club the original document Gas and electric franchise pertains to the indemnity clause to this was added the sentence a the City shall notify the company of any claim fur damages flied or suit instituted against the City for damages claimed for negligence. Of Jet it tile indemnity clause states that the company shall be liable for damages which result to persons or indirect office after March 4. For which Many ted by farm leaders at the request which while or. Harding was pres property caused a directly or of or. Coolidge. It is understood the i ident. Was heard often at the White by by carelessness or neglect of the president is giving serious consider House on social occasions. The song company or of its agents in the erect Ion on a o Illian fit Ped up ? theatre n in that n Oklahoma meanwhile in from new York had oozing out in Ever increase t ies. By by piously Rich. Once and we will be Inar wired. Broadway dilemma he was again. Broad in to its tantalizing and is first she had waited is should come and now .1 come she liked the taste in her ii this position on the see in that i found her. O. Course i ivc him.0 so to i. And there was no belying the of her eyes. A and i intend my him. If he is still of the Candy some Day. But what am do i f in to leave the stage now. R All. This is my first Success. An i. Aft r a hit of a pout she added a furthermore he has gone much ahead in his line than i have t it nine. I really think of ing him until i was on the same Ilie of Success. When i have tried i or three More Paris and scenes a Why then thus Broadway writes its new do problems. If by Chance this should reach Good Folk of Ponca City okla., they sit about their hearths of an a filing they May forever Settle what in he an important topic of Dis Vission Lillian Foster la coming i be to Oklahoma when she has a a knocked pm and no sooner. Special rate for livestock Given breeders Pierre s. The nov. 22.�?railroads operating in South Dakota were authorized today by action of the state Board of Railroad commissioners to publish on one Day s notice tariffs pro j Viding for the application of one half a of the regular Tariff rates on Carload j r r smaller shipments of pure blood j of. Registered horses and cattle to be j used for Breeding purposes. The action was taken the Board a mid. To assist breeders of High Grade took and Farmers generally in the up building of the livestock Industry j in South Dakota. In acceding to the proposal the roads have provided a reduced rate that should bring sub Stantial benefits it was said. The reduction will continue in effect throughout 1925. I Tion to the recommendation of William m. Jardine president of Kansas agricultural College. Lewis j. Taber master of the National Grange. Columbus. Ohio. G. I. Christie of Purdue University Indiana. A former assistant Secretary of agriculture. And c. W. Pugsley. President of South Dakota agricultural College also a former assistant Secretary of agriculture. % endorsement of the selection of or. Joie has been approved by Many farm leaders. It was also stated at the White House that the president expected the agriculture commission which instituted its work this week to bring in a report in january for such legislation As if deems necessary and in time to permit its enactment by tho present Congress. To Quot suicide theory in Knight Case seems proven now Al a ing. Was mrs. Hardings favorite and ways was requested by her when any musical organization appeared at the executive mansion. The or Jesse Swank pastor of Epworth m. E. Church of which mrs. Harding had been a member since girlhood will deliver a Short Sermon. The Rev. George w. Lodes. Pastor not of Trinity Baptist Church of which or. Harding was a member will read the scriptures. The entombment service at the vault where mrs. Harding will rest beside Lier husband will be by or. Swank. Honorary pallbearers will be officials of the government from Washington whose names have not been announced. Active pallbearers will include old friends of tho Harding family. Maintaining repairing or operating the Gas Gas rates for a period of five years Are As follows for the first 3.000 Ruble feet. $2.10 per 1.000 feet for the next 5.000 cubic feet. $1.75 let or 1,-ooo for All Gas Over cubic feet. $1.60 Lier 1.000. A minimum to exceed Grenville couple overcome by fumes Gas die in night charge $1.00 was fixed. The company May provide different and additional classes May publish and schedule o Ference next Friday when a Senate louder will be selected and other party organization problems will settled. The notices were sent to All senators listed As republicans including senator i a Follette of Wisconsin. Meanwhile senator Warren of Wyoming who is in Lino to succeed the hit senator Lodge of Massachusetts Assi Nate Republican Leader in the seniority Rule hitherto unbroken maintained silence on his attitude toward accepting the Post. Many members have Felt that senator Warren would prefer to retain the championship of tho appropriations committee. Ile was endorsed for the leadership position however by senator Reed of Pennsylvania known As an administration spokesman. The contest in the House Over tho speaker ship made vacant by tho election of speaker Gillett to tho Senate j from Massachusetts will not cons up j for decision until tho organization of the new Congress. As is the Case of the Senate it is said at the White House that or. Coolidge will not participate in this contest. Britain asks huge sum for Sidars death Carlo Egypt. Nov. 22.�?a�?a British note handed to Zaglul Pasha the Egypt Ion Premier today demand a Quot proper apology in connection with killing of major general sir Lee stack the sitar and an Ido malty of 500,000 pounds the note demands the prohibition of Consumers and j 0f political demonstrations and with charge a lower dra Wail of Egypt Ion officers and units f rates to any class of con from the Sudan the sudanese troops All con to of rapid City. Nov. 22�?a Coroner s Aberdeen. S. I. Nov. 22.�?death inquest Over the body of a. L. Knight came to or. And mrs. Jacob Lewan Ocllo four Che Road contractor found d of ski. An aged couple at Granville dead in bed at a local hotel thursday in Day county when Gas fumes from with a Bullet wound in his Chest was i their newly erected stove overcame postponed yesterday while officials in j them at night. This happened last Vest gated reports of his recent financial losses. The finding of a second Bullet lodged in the Wood of the window easing tended officials believed to support a theory of suicide since it accounted for the second empty Shell in the revolver which was found beside the body under the bed clothes. Kadoka has new Bank Kadoka. S. nov. 22�?Kadoka has a new Bank the Dakota state Bank of Belvidere s. In having moved Here and opened up for business. It is reported that several deposits were made one being $8,000. Conditions Are much improved in the past year in this location and prospects for 1925 Are very Good. Thursday but their bodies were not found until this week. Neighbors sup they had gone visiting. Of sinners now being new class of consumes established provided that us Liers entitled to service in any such Case or class shall be permitted take advantage of such schedule rates. Treat value is fixed the Gas furnished shall have monthly average total heat value of 5t>0 British Thermal units and no Dally average total heat value shall vary More than 5 per cent plus or minus. The Light rates accepted by parties to the franchise Are kilowatt hours. To rents per us supplied or any i to comb under tho control of the hereinafter Dan government. The note furthermore holds in Reserve a revision of tho conditions governing the retirement of officials from Egypt and insists upon tho retention of British judicial and financial advisers. Columbus. Ohio. Nov. 22.-�?up a a preliminary investigation of an analytical chemist setting Forth that addle Sheatsley. Go whose practically Cre Sulista Etory j mated body was found in the Furnace of the Christ lutheran Church parsonage in Bexley monday. By Ber husband the Rev c. V Sheatsley. I was dead when she entered the fire chamber today caused county pros. Editor John it. King to push Forward by his investigation with renewed vigor. Absence of any Trace of Earbon Nio nox do poisoning in blood taken from the lungs of the victim. Chemist f f Long said in bus findings to prosecutor King resulted in Bis conclusion that she bad ceased to breath before her body entered the chamber. Lungs congest he explained that had she breathed her lungs would have become filled with the Carbon monoxide which would have been absorbed by the blood or Long Salt both lungs revealed intense congestion indicating Elf or strangulation or suffocation. No rare of soot or Ash dust wus found in the lungs be said examination of a Section of the j stomach Wall and a bit of the Neso j phages for Poison resulted in neat vault Ive findings he asserted a bottle of j Poison authorities say. Is missing from the Shon Sloy Home. Prosecutor King today had not revealed what his next step in the Effort to Clear up the mystery might be with detective Harry Carson he returned late last night from Canton where they questioned relatives of mrs. Schatsley. Who he said does not believe so committed suicide. The Rev. Sheatsley informed at Paris Ohio. In a Telephone conversation this morning of tho chemists findings said Quot it is up to prosecutor King to act. I am glad of any information that May be found. I cannot say anything for it and i cannot say anything against it. Further than this. I regard what has been said to me As information and i accept it As wednesday the minister told tho prosecutor that to had come to Tim conclusion that his wife committed suicide. Changes his mind during his examination tuesday or. King said the minister expressed tho Convie tinn that Ilia wife had been murdered. Or. Ii. M. Brundage of Columbus. Today will begin a pathological Evam nation of tho vital organs which it was intimated May to productive of additional information having n direct bearing on the Case. A Hasty sex Brookings s a nov 2? a a a a thieves broke into the vault of the United state Post office Here Early today and escaped with shout $300 in Cash anti Between $5,000 and $6,000 i in Stamps. The men Are believed to have in Torch tho Post office about 4 a. In., gaining Entrance through a window. I when the robbery was discovered at t six o clock kids morning. Officials found the burglars tool including an acetylene Torch abandoned on tho floor in front of the vault which had been opened and ransacked. The robbery a discovered by the night watchman who noticed a window of the Post office broken open when he made his rounds at Daylight an 1 called the postmaster. Lull. Breed invest ignition revealed that the bandits had made their Way through the window my through a door to the steel door of the vault which they burned through with an acetylene Torch. Much paper and records in the vault were damaged by the bandits in tho use of the Torch and the Post office wits still filled with smoke from tho burning paper when the theft was discovered. A Cash Box containing yesterday collections estimate at bet Ween $20 1 anti $400. Had been taken from the together with Between $5,000 and $6,000 in Stamps of Odd denominations received for the use of Christmas parcel senders above the vault was a steel Safo containing several thousand dollars in Money and to similar amount of Stamps the bandits had made no Effort to enter this Safe. The entire outfit used to break into the vault had Bern abandoned by the thieves in their flight and is being left As it was found pending the arrival of fed. Elul Post office inspectors from Watertown. The bandits left no clues except the tools which May throw some Light upon the robbery when they Are examined by experts. The thieves apparently had been frightened away. Nobody has been found who saw them enter or leave the City. A o a a Iron atoms crash As Magnet draws new device shows a both first 50 kilowatt go. Eight of 3 50, 7 police shake up in Chicago comes after gang murder British i lamination by or. Brundage Basho far borne out his findings or. Long said. Quot i am absolutely positive that there was no Trace of Carbon monoxide in the blood a or. Long said. Quot i obtained three ounces of it and submitted it to five different tests. In All of them it was shown to to Josi telvely of. Posing Sells Stock Mitchell s. D.9 nov. 17, 1924. Mitchell Republican i have sold some Stock through my want and in your paper and have applications for Stock also letters from other parts of the state. I am Well pleased with the results. I will say that in the future As in the past your paper will always be our advertising medium. Carl Peterson. Weather forecast Iowa increasing cloudiness tonight warmer in West portion sunday unset tied probably rain. Minnesota unsettled with prob ably rain or Snow tonight or sunday not much change in temperature. North and South Dakota rain probable tonight sunday partly asst 50. Aine cents next a. Chicago. Iii. Nov. 22.�? the extents Fogt i 111 4 x1 a monthly shakeup of the Chicago police cents with a minimum monthly Partom a a Rosl Jit of inv it St Era charge of $1 of. In i urn. Hon in connection with toe slaying Cepter Are first a it a it Kollowa i of non o ban on Forist am Tive hours Power. In. Loo b a Tbs a we Elf. Came today when four cents and for an it of it r a More than sixty policemen most of three cents with a minimum Marge men. Were transferred of $1.00 per month. From outlying stations to the Detec Provido flt or adjustment Jve Bureau the franchise also provides that meanwhile Hie coroners jury in after a five year period an adjusting n yest gating the death of of Banion pre of rates based on the physical vane Par it he b0 in a separate inquiry in of the Plant and equipment of the to 0peratjonj 0f gunmen gamblers company exclusive of this franchise an j cringe in general. They asked the and the actual Cost manufacture ant cooperation of the police department distribution of Kas Inay be Wade. J j it expected to direct the invest a that an adjustment of rates shall Bej Jon themselves. Had by being brought before a Board of arbitrators and the City and com Nany shall both have the right to Cloudy not much change in temper j ent eur contentions before this attire. A a i. An<1 8ucj, Board shall determine Nebraska partly overcast tonight which shall be binding far the and sunday warmer in cast portion a yrs. The City reserves the right to re Neil this ordinance and to cancel and it forfeit the rights of the franchise in Quot i Case the company shall violate or fall tor capper of Kansas a Leader of the Ning monday a a the terms and conditions farm bloc declared today after a Region of great lakes Rains at he div must give the com conference with president Coolidge Pony sixty Days notice in such an in that such legislation As the newly stance however. Tonight. Works fore ast Washington. Do. Nov. 22.-Weither Outlook for the week begin capper says farm legislation will be pushed through Washington. D. A. Nov. 22.�?sena two measures Are ready for Senate dec. I Washington. D. A. Nov. 22.-the Senato with its return tit pm work Schenectady n. Nov. 22.�?tho roaring of the atom Iii Iron a they Are attracted by the Magnet can by heart by Means of a device recently perfect est in tho research Laboratory of the general electric company Here. The device indicates that magnetism is not u silent phenomenon in fact the roaring when the Magnet is brought ear a ple a of i r to plainly can to heard from a a Ordinary radio loud speaker according to experimenters. And consequently it now will in possible to listen to the effect of a Magnet on Iron or other material. The apparatus carries out the idea of or. La. Bark Hausen of Dresden Germany. A piece of soft Iron la inserted in a Coil of 17,000 turns of three Mil. Wire the Coil is attached to an amplification set which in turn is connected to head phones or loud speakers. We n the Magnet is brought near Iron a Rustle is heard experimenters nay. If the approach is rapid the noise is loud and abrupt if slow the sound is soft and More permanent. The n t he Magnet is re monday. Dec. I will find on its leg move similar sounds Are heard. I beginning end Rains or snows latter half moderate temperatures at beginning followed by colder the Middle and latter parts. Upper Mississippi Valley Rains or Snow about Middle of week and again toward end moderate temperatures at beginning and colder the Middle and latter part. Local temperatures maximum and minimum temperatures As recorded by the official government thermometer from 7 a. In. Yesterday to 7 a. In. Today maximum 52. Linimum 26. At 8 a. In. Today 30. Weather and roads Huron Cloudy. 32 roads Good. Aberdeen Cloudy. 32 roads Good. Watertown Cloudy. 35 roads Good. Mitchell Cloudy. 30 roads Good. Yankton Cloudy 40 roads Good. Sioux Falls Clear 30 roads Good. Pierre Cloudy 32 roads Good. Professor Dies aft a fish bites off one of arms san Juan. P. I. Nov. 23.�?w Russell Winslow of Caf the age. Ind., professor at the University of Porto Rico. Die last night a few hours after having Bee attacked while sea bathing by a fish which bit off one of his arms. Prof. Winslow was rescued by John Harradine of new York. A former a j ago Gator. Who with two others subsequent a gave their blood for a transfusion operation in an unsuccessful attempt to save the educators life. A Quot a o a goldfinches Are fond of Sunflower seeds. As created agricultural commission recommends will by nosed for action at c coming Short session of Congress. Trial of Allied a nor of thieves nears end Huron. R t nov 22 a testimony will be completed this afternoon in the Case of the state is. J t. Zavitz. Alleged Leader of a gang of automobile thieves charged with the theft of w. H. a car Here a Var it is exerted that arguments will be made to the jury Tate today but it is doubtful if the Case w it be Given to the jury before monday. The state is not attempting to show that Zavitz participated directly in the theft but rather that he a a engineered tho Thoft. Islat ivc calender two Bills regarded by the administration As of prime importance. One is the second deficiency appropriation Bill and the other a naval construction Bill. Senate leaders will attempt to secure speedy action on both. The deficiency measure would make available approximately $150,000,000 of this amount $132,000,000 would be to cover expenses incidental to putting into operation the payment of the soldiers Bonus. Another Large appropriation would be for the coast guard service. Although Bot the Bonus and the coast guard work was carried out the Money for this one was taken from funds which happened to be available and the measures now must he enacted to replace this Money. It was Over a provision of the deficiency Bill that a tangle developed in the closing hours of the last session that deadlocked legislation in the Senate. Because of the inclusion of appropriations for certain irrigation projects and the exclusion of other. Pittman. Nevada prevented a ass the of the Bill. The naval Bill would authorize the construction of eight cruisers and six River gunboats and the conversion of several Coal burning battleships into Oil burners. This measure As did the deficiency Bill received favourable action by the House. It is the belief that the naval Bill will be brought up for Early action and probably will be the Only piece of Large naval construction authorized by the present Congress. Chairman Butler of the House naval committee believes further naval construction probably will not be considered at the coming suasion. While the Magnet is brought near the Iron the pol Are reversed in to remejs loud and abrupt noir a to heard Sci in lists believe the phenomenon in Caus 1 by til motion of in in Etc particle in the Iron. When the Magnet is near groups of atoms which face in tho same direction. Too stronger the Magnet the More Partis i a turn urn consequently the greater the noise made in turning. Similarity when the Magnet is remove d. The atoms Rustle hark to disarrangement. When the magnetic poles Are reversed the atoms turn about quickly causing a louder noise scrub it off says doctor to obese women of Vicuna Vienna nov 22�?the scrub Brush Bas been introduced in Vienna in a now rope that of flesh reducer the i a wus brought Here by a South american doctor into his made a Oneld Erable rut in overweight Circle the Airth blog treatment with a a effect la dry Brush a trifle softer a ban the Kitchen variety Mut be Baken four or five Trinu a thy. Tho crore tire belter every part of tho body must be massaged Arad As much p Ess tire As pop lab applied to make he work of the Brit leg effective after the rubbing a cold on tepid Shower or plunge should he taken. Of these directions Are carried out. The enthusiast say. A Pound or so of a a excess disappears like Tagu every week
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