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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - October 23, 1922, Mitchell, South Dakota
Ten Page the evening Republican third edition vol. Xxxix Mitchell South Dakota monday october 23, 1922 number 19sonar Law accepts Post Jersey City county line is complication in official fight Many and various Are the explanations of dual new Brunswick slaying solution is no nearer authorities cannot even agree of Maxner in which victims were killed murder still baffles police diagram of the Hall Mills murder scene by Edward Thierry Nea service staff writer new Brunswick n. J., oct. 23�? where did the double murder of Rev. K w. Hall and mrs. Eleanor Mills Lake place which county Middlesex or Somerset ? these questions will be uppermost in bringing to trial the murderers of j the Church Rector and choir Singer. The bodies were found in sorrier i set county a few Steps across the Boundary line of Middlesex county. 1 Che line runs from Raritan River i Outh along a tiny Brook t hat crosses Easton Avenue on the outskirts of j new Brunswick. It bisects the de sorted Phillips farm vicar de Russy s Lane end where the Brook disappears end the dry bed ends it is merely an imaginary line through a the thickets. Were the victims shot Down at j the spot under the Cra Bapple tree in Somerset where county where their bodies were found where were the shots fired of so were the slayers standing in Middlesex were the shots fired errors the county line if so Legal complications May follow. One Bullet pierced the Rector s head and probably killed him instantly. Three bullets struck mrs. Mills in the head but did not Pierce her j Skull this thinks detective George j d. Totten of Somerset May prove that Rev. Hall was shot first at close j Range and mrs. Mills at longer Range j perhaps while she was running in an Effort to escape. The bullets must have killed her instantly yet her Throat was Cut. Was before or after the shooting probably afterwards thinks detective Fred i avid of Middlesex. This mutilation according to the theory of miss Florence North Law j _ yer do Teetie working As the i Riend National vice president do of 16-year-old it harlot to Mills Dang clares i i of in t trying ter of he murdered woman was in fiendish ten Lousy aver the choir Singer s voice a an official statement it of the Aims another supposition is that the vie j a j purport a of the Chris Finis May have been slain in or near Jinn Temperance Union in the United the deserted House to Yards was Given by mrs. Ella Boole or in the barn. Or in neighbouring of Brooklyn n. Y., National vice Prea Ruc Cleugh Park. Were they then j ident of the organization at a mass carried in automobiles and Laid out meeting at the methodist episcopal under the Cra Bapple tree i Church in Mitchell sunday evening. Say they heard screams mrs. Boole s address was the final this would support the tory of feature of the state convention of the Fred Mccabe and his wife. Mrs. W. C. T. U. In Mitchell. Katherine Mccabe. The former is mrs. Boole officially denied that the Bridge tender at the Landing Lane organization is working for cons Titti a ride across the canal and River a tonal amendments to prohibit Tobago Quarter mile from the spot where co and to obtain stringent sunday the bodies were found. They agree Blue Law s. That at 11.40 the night of the crime a the liquor interests tried to make they heard a woman s screams people disgusted with prohibition three scrams. The last a piteous workers so that they would go Back Wail. A few minutes apart. 1 on mrs. Boole said. A the the first screams came from Over first thing they did was to say that the Hill in Middlesex county. The the w. C. T. U. Was engineering a Cam last roomed to come from Somerset pain to prohibit tobacco lathe unit and .1 woman neighbor in George de states i know the w. C. T it. Street near Landing Lane. Baya she la Yaged in a Campaign among boy. Saw two automobiles whizz around and girls to educate diem to the Dang Tho Corner from the direction of the. Of nicotine out we deny As false Iowa to Send Brookh artto Senate belief Sullivan declares that Radical though he is he will be elected will join farm bloc colonel. Analyst thinks. Voices sentiments of majority of iowans Taw endorsed by his party accepts Lloyd Georges Post sketched at the scene of the murder by e. R Higgins Nea service artist. after tobacco says official Nal vice presi de fies Union in t to to abolish Weed deserted farm. Another woman in any statement that we Are trying to t to Quot r inn an amendment to the Constitution tile Home for incurable in e t prohibiting tobacco. You men done to Avenue across from the farm says she heard shots. Soo employees take pay Cut keep seniority need to Start worrying about that. Quot then the liquor interests tried to Tell people that the w. C. T. U. Was trying to have Laws enacted prohibiting sunday automobile Riding. Sunday trains sunday newspapers and even going so far As to say we wanted to pass Laws so that no Man could kiss his wife on sunday. I denounce As false any such charge As that. We do believe in the ten commandments and the one which says Quot remember the Sabbath Day to keep it holy but we Are not working for a sunday Blue Law amendment to the of Fer ent line 3mb want greeks to Pat foil Cost of strife in near East by associated press leased wire Minneapolis Minn. Oct. 23.�?�?retaining seniority rights but accepting the reduction in pay first named by the United states labor Board shipment of the Minneapolis St. Paul by associated press leased Wir Elondon eng., oct. 23.�?angora end Sault Btu. Marie railway com nationalists in their repudiation of pie Ted Here today a separate peace Joe ottoman governments debt sugaring the strike and calling for the Aesir that since Greece was acting return of All strikes to work Tomor or the p0wers and was responsible Row officials of the Railroad and of Jor mos of the devastation in Asia one showmen announced the Separ a finor the whole of this debt should ate settlement today but were not in j transferred to the shoulders of in toe pc 8 terms a Agre a j Greece and that Turkey would waive nerd. Any further indemnity from Greece. It a the Day of rep strike 3,9o0 men 5ay9 a Reuter dispatch from con walked out from the Soo shops Stant Nople throughout he nne and about so it i8 aj80 proposed the dispatch percent were still out today officers c it he Federated shop crafts of the Northwest said adds to make regulations controlling foreign business houses. In add a 1 edition to insisting that foreign firms Nien w1�?~ Murn to a shall keep Hooks in turkish and pm w t oni Orrow the men ploy a percentage of turks the a be re need. It was announced As fast Tion Alist stipulate that henceforth s can be found for them. Be no Concession shall be Given to any a us of the Large crop of every pro but ottoman subjects who shall Remet of the Northwest. This year j Tajn a Cor trolling influence Over in Here is need for every piece of Roll ported capital. The dispatch de ice Stock that can be mustered and c ares that if such measures Are and Ere fore it was said. A Large amount Mitred at the peace Confluence they night and tuesday warmer tonight it Quot a on strike can be absorb win estrange All foreign Trade. Cooler tuesday in West portion., de Backo the system. Now at work will be retained. 1 Indian Princess is ousted from Tepee As she becomes flapper transportation facilities of nation snarled by Assoc Ator pros Larrad wire1 Hatfield. Wis., got. 23.�?princess Tewana Garfish Winnebago Indian Beauty of Hatfield wis., upset a thousand years of tradition and her Minnesota official declares own Domestic ii a when she bobbed the Fri is no Hope of her hair and introduced to her fellow Reu of in sight Rodmen flappers to. Her father. Chief a by Mark Sullivan National political correspondent of Tho i Toioi i evening Republican and Tike new York evening font Des Moines la. Ort. 23 copy right 1922 by the Mitchell evening Republican and Tho new York even ing Post a Iowa is going to Send Brookhart to the Senate. The dem j of crafts will take at least two and possibly five. Congressional seats away from the republicans but the j republicans will win the senator ship. They will win it because the Republican candidate is an accurate expression of the prevailing mood of j the state. Brookhart is an authentic Cand i Date in the sense that he is True coinage of his states political com j plaints and desires. His democratic opponent Clyde herring is a Fine j Man. As a business Man he has had the sort of career that gets written j up in american magazines. Raised in Rural Michigan he saw a a boy wanted advertisement in a Detroit paper got the Job by being there before anybody else. After rid i ing eight Miles on a bicycle broke his health with overwork retired to j an Iowa farm saw an opening to sell Ford ears to his neighbors wrote to Henry Ford personally ultimately got the Agency for the whole state and made a million or so. In widely known As distributor of Ford cars tractors and parts. Herring has had business transactions with half the people of the state and every transaction is Slid to have Given satisfaction. Everybody in the state Speaks Well of herring. He has ideals and a real 1 Bent towards Fine things. Rut As a candidate for the Senate he is merely 1 a business Man who would be glad to have the place would work conscientiously at it and would give a creditable performance. He has no such relation to the present heart of Iowa As Brookhart has. Herring is merely one of too men in the state who would make Good senators. He could As w Ell be a candidate from California or Indiana or unionist head gets unanimous part support or. Law finally definitely announces he has accepted premiership Battle will be hot so them Fera nue vote of 400-000 said to he lined up for 1/oyd George Andrew Bonar Law. Upon recommendation it if David Lloja d George j has been asked to form a conservative Cabinet to replace the coalition Cabinet which resigned with Lloyd George. Thomas Yapp Secretary of the Minne a people for Brookhart sofa Railroad and warehouse comm a j Brookhart is a big rough c hunk Aion who returned to Day from Wash of Iowa he got his nomination he in ton. Haa his present following and he or. Yapp has been in conference will win the election because he an Milf or who Vivod in Negh he Interne Commerce com fed., the Way met of to Farmers lie i two years Aeo and left Mission for More limn two weeks on t and labourer of Iowa feel and what her relatives were concerned. But not being easily disturbed she accepted her misfortune with a smile and that evening she and her Little son turned their backs on the old reservation. Tewana Isnit worrying about the future. Braska died two years ago and left. Her $13,000 in Cash and a Largo tract the car shortage situation which is he is saying rings True As an occur of land i hampering the movement of potatoes ate expression of the common state a. And threatening Minnesota growers i of mind. When herring comes Eam fac Dadal ii inc a dad with millions of dollars of losses. Paining they look at Bis Good Joel Velvun if la he ii Vul 1 in the face of unprecedented de clothes they hear him Tell his Story k Mam. In a lid for freight cars the transports a of being one of the largest employers r Fri Iii feb ton a Hon facilities Are hampered by an in the state with 406 men on his pay Ivl Al j Lonj i rim Nerce Natae of defective to j. And they Conte to the conclusion that while an excellent Man. He is. I unusual Large percentage of defective i locomotives and a serious congestion Marl pm iu., oct. 23.�?deles duty i of traffic at Buffalo. Or. Yapp restates attorney of Williamson Conn ported. He said All the. Grain watery. To Day renewed his investigation houses Are full and the railway cards Public hails greek revolt mass meeting in Athens Gix is stamp of approval to con St a x tin is Down fail by associated press leased wire Athens Greece oct. 23.�?the greek revolution was acclaimed at a mass meeting in the place de la Constitution yesterday. Citizens of Athens and members of the revolutionary committee harangued the crowd while air planes relent d thousands of bulletins voicing the nation s greeting to the a fall saving cries of a death to the traitors came when colonel plus tiros a member of the committee outlining the Aims of the revolutionary criticized those greeks who he charged while seeking to Lay the blame for the disaster in Asia minor upon the army were themselves solely re possible dry their misdemeanours for the nations misfortune. This was an allusion to the imprisoned former Premier and military officials whose trial for treason awaits the decision of the next National Assembly. The manifestation was arranged by various Public organizations who presented the revolutionary com Init Tep with a Resolution approving the abdication of Constantine a who can never remount the throne of Greece a the Resolution proclaimed that Greece s place in the world is beside her a natural and traditional allies and demanded National Effort to dissipate All misunderstandings Between Greece and the entente countries. In the evening after the meeting a crowd paraded through the streets shouting for Venizelos. By associated press leased wire London eng. Oct. 23.�?england today had its first conservative prime minister in seventeen years in the person of Andrew Bonar Law. Who although asked by the King last week to form a Cabinet deferred his definite acceptance of the premiership until today when the unionist party went through the formality of electing him its Leader. The conservative meeting held at the hotel Cecil was attended by 449 members of the Carty including Many of those whose names Are famous in British statesmanship. The new Primo minister was elected unanimously. Thor awl is absent absent ire nit he meeting were prominent unionists such As Austen Chamberlain lord Birkenhead and the Earl of Balfour All three of whom last wok revolted from the decision of their party to return to party Independent and to quit or. Lloyd George. To the revolting members air. i a held out the Olive Branch expressing the Hope that they w Ould return to the fold. Contrary to expectation the new Premier did not outline his administrative policy reserving that for later in the week he did say enough to indicate that he proposed to follow Hie a nurse which the conservatives have railed for. Namely a peace safety and ministry is Complete or. Bonar Laws election enables inn to accept the task of forming a Cabinet and it is understood his ministry is virtually Complete. Or. Bona Law declared the Irish it Onstot Uttof must he carried out fief rain to or Loyd George he said to was sure they would have a pretty stiff but he hoped hey would still be Good friends after after All not one of themselves. Then Brookhart comes along with his flapping soft hat and has clothes of Hung Loose on his big Frame half Farmer and half country lawyer. They hear him say the very things they Are thinking and say them with the Twenty third fatality to result from rioting Between Union miners and non Union workers at Tho Lester strip mine. Kaiser of Aitson his Effort to Stop play i to t o the Herron mine killing last Are filled with Grain Laden cars. June in conjunction with the recon-1 veiling after a 20 Day recess of the new Effort to be made grand jury. Witnesses w Ere on hand obtain hard Coal fur today a session. It was reported i of. Paul. Minn. Oct. 23.�?further j a fire that proves he shares their attorneys for indicted men would co operation in an Effort to obtain it own sense of indignation against raise an to j Ort Ion to the jury re a hard Coal for the Northwest is prom a wrongs endured and they conclude suming its deliberations it being con used in communications received to that Brookhart is one of them. The tended that the jury had completed Day by governor j. A. O. Pros from wrongs that Brookhart tells Are the its we Ork with the expiration of the Donald Donn chairman of the gov hardships of the Farmer and especially the farm renter together with the Labouring Man. As compared with the banker and business Man. Brookhart. Telling of these wrongs is railed Radical. Senator Cummins who is a kind of old roman of the state Calls Brookhart dangerous and w Roth that Quot if Brookhart a Powers were commensurate with his desires he would wreck the has violent Tongue undoubtedly Brookhart As to most issues is one with la Follette. But radicalism is often confused with Mere violence of language. And Brookhart has a very violent Tongue violent and also on occasions cheaply flippant in a Way that injures his own cause. Brookhart is also spoken of with some Justice As economically illiterate As having economically the mind of a child. But. However crudely and violently he expresses it. The principal things that he demands for Iowa Are lower rates of interest for the Farmers who May pay 8 percent and cooperative marketing to get rid of some of the expense and profit of the middlemen. The Iowa Farmer wants Relief from Keing compelled to sell his crop at the end of the season for whatever Price the middleman chooses to name at the time. To achieve this. He wants warehouses in which he can store his crop to await a better Price and a banking system of warehouse receipts which will give him ready Money at reasonable rates. That these desires Are legitimate and ought to be brought about and can be brought about is the belief of Many thoughtful business men and others in new York and Washington. Brookhart when he gets to Washington will have help from some quarters that will Surprise him. Child chess wizard is arrested on charge of improper guardianship september term of court. Ernora a Washington commission. The death of Ignace Tubinis in a advices Are that the Anthracite Hospital during the jury a recess a i operators in co operation with the Federal commission Are arranging a much larger All rail Anthracite movement and it is hoped that this will get under Way in a couple of Days. Or. Conn also advised the governor that a meeting of the hard Coal operators is being held in new \ Ork today. The car shortage situation in the is affecting both Coal Berlin Germany oct. 23.�?the be and potato movements and which is tuition of former emperor William for threatening to cause Minnesota to injunction to prohibit a Public i Tato growers heavy financial losses performance of Emil Ludwig a Bis has not been reported any better by Marck drama Quot the has state officials been denied and the play which depicts the conflict Between the then Young Kaiser and the Iron Chancellor Bismarck shortly will be produced. The decision of the court is viewed As establishing a notable precedent in. That it sanctions dramatic representation of contemporary figures. Of of fifteen uves lost in new York Blaze weather report South Dakota fair tonight and by associated paths leased wire new York. N. A. Ort. 23�?samuel a Meschewski ten year old chess wizard. Was to a arraigned in the Chil i Drens court in the Brox today on a j charge of improper guardianship As a result of his detention last night at Hunts Point Palace where he a j geared As an entertainer at a be fit for the National hebrew orphan-5 a. According to superintendent Dylan of the Bronx children s society the boy appeared on the program after his manager. M. Knopoff. Had been denied a permit. He sat on it the stage from 8 30 to 11 13 p. Rn., when a Sang three songs. At la 30j p. In. He started playing five chess Garr a simultaneously anti or. Hy-1 Lan stepped on the stage and Tofick i him into custody. New York n. Oct. 23.�?two separate inquiries were launched today into the origin of the fire Early sunday morning in which 15 lives were lost. 17 injured and 150 persons made homeless. Fire marshal themas Brophy was in charge of _ a i one investigation and assistant Dis tuesday warmer tonight in East and strict attorney John r. Hennis of the1 Central portions. Homicide Bureau of another. Minnesota generally fair tonight the fire was thought to have Start and tuesday warmer tonight in West in Ier the main stairway in a portion and in East and extreme South Hau of a five Story double Tenent portions tuesday. Structure at 110th Street and Lex now a fair tonight and tuesday 1 a ton Avenue. Six baby carriages warmer tuesday and in extreme West had be Ltd parked there the evening portion tonight j before. In Many respects the fire North Dakota generally fair to was similar to one on the same Street american Relief worker in Valley of Volga disappears Date of elections has not been finally Sei try is Souriau cd Presa leased wire London eng. Ort. 23>�? Unie some unforeseen unimagined develop meat occur Andrew Bonar la it will before today ends be print minister of great Britain. The arrangements already reported for the conservative party meet ing of the hotel Cecil stand Anc there is every reason to believe the proceedings will pay a smoothly Witt no opposition to the Cholee of or Bonar Luv As Leader which will Givi him Power to accept the Kings Man Date. Announcement of the composition of the new ministry and Declara Don of the government s program May according to late information be Defeated until thursday when also the dissolution of parliament is Likely to be announced. Fig lit saturday election there is much perturbation in several quarters of the report that the elections Are to be held on the fourteenth or fifteenth of november instead of the eighteenth which fall on saturday. on this Point is particularly Strong in labor circles when it is maintained that if the polling is he id on any Day but saturday Man labor Vot ors will to pro vented from exercising their franchise. H. Thoms Leader of the railway men or a speech yesterday said fixing of the election for midweek would be a Quot Dontonio Tible tricks and this View i apparently Universal among the lab orites who sop a plot to reduce the Faborito vote. Would placate labovites the conservatives who favor a Midi week Date. Repudiate such intention they contend it will be impossible to arrange Tho election for saturday november la. And that if it is postponed until the following saturday Thor will not to time to pass the Irish legislation before the stipulated Date. They maintain that As the polls every where will be open until nine of clock in the evening there will to plenty of time for the labor people to record their votes. Whatever Dav is chosen it has been represented to the officials of the conservative party that it is undesirable to antagonize the labovites even on such apparently trivial matters and consequently the eighteenth Mas be fixed upon especially As St is every where conceded the ratification of the Irish treaty no Longor comes unde Tho head of contentious legislation. Is husband acquitted by coroners jury a for murder of wife in your name the want ads a month ago w Ere lost. In. Which seven lives Illinois Man steals with expectation of paying full penalty Fresno calif., oct. 23.�?justifiable homicide was the verdict returned a today by the coroners jury that inquired into the death of mrs. Clara Harlow. 19. Whose husband George a. Harlow. 30, an electrician was said to have clubbed her to death with a Shotgun Early yesterday when j lie found her in the company of a Young Man of her age. Harlow declared his wife who was not expecting him was with a 19 year old youth. Mrs. Harlow and her visitor fled from the House the husband said. He pursued and killed j her. To Call your attention to the usefulness of the want ads someone a name is selected at random and placed in the want ads. Of your name is there Send in the clipping and receive the Republican free for one year. Bloomington 111 oct. 23.�?em-j Bezz Lement to Aid is family and his wife s family fully expecting to pay 1 the debt by serving in the penitent-5 Ary. Is a new phase of criminology presented in the Case of Roy Smith ticket agent for the Illinois traction i system Here. Smith admits taking Over $2,700 from the company since last March. Of Amherst professor Dies Amherst. Mass., oct. 23.�?profess�? Arthur l. Kimball 66, Rufus Tyler i Lincoln professor of physics at am Hert College died at his Home Las i night. T by associated pros teased wire Moscow. Russia. Ort. 23.�?numerous theories have been advanced to explain the disappears Nee of Philip Shields. American Relief administration worker from Sim risk the Volga Valley but none has materialized. The incident has caused a great sensation Iff Sim risk the population of which includes Many families of the aristocracy who have looked upon the american a a a Lief workers with favor. The newspapers Are aiding in the search and the Sim risk District has been placarded far and wide with shield s description and offers of a Liberal Reward for definite clues As to his whereabouts. New society feature beginning tomorrow the Republican will Start a new society feature. This department will be devoted entirely to items of social interest in the territory reached by the Republican. Under the heading of neighbourhood society on each tuesday there will be printed in the Republican a resume of the social events of the previous week from All the f towns in the surrounding country. For several weeks the Republican has been engaged in obtaining correspondents All Over the territory for the express purpose of a a covering this Field and the Page which will appear every tuesday is intended to be As Complete and up to Date As it is possible to make it. My Scot Temperance vote lined up for Lloyd George by Assoria i cd press leased wire Longan eng. Oct. 28.�?there is a Strong probability declared a Central news dispatch from Edinburgh today that the scottish Temperance vote we hich in 1918 was cast solidly for the coalition will be cast at the forthcoming election in favor of candidates supporting or. Lloyd Beorge. Leading Temperance organizations Are meeting to discuss the situation and Many minor conferences have already passed resolutions in support of the retiring Premier. The scottish Temperance organizations heretofore have supported individual declaring themselves in favor of Temperance principles regard la a of party Alliance. If the report is accurate however. It is estimated such an attitude by the scottish Temperance voters would my an approximately 4h.��oo votes. Judge Grants ship companies delay in dry enforcement by Assn hired puns leased wire n w Eric. N. A. Ort. 23�?Federal judge Learned hand today handed Down a decision dismissing the motion of f. Reign and american ship companies of a permanent injunction res raining Federal prohibition agents rom putting into effect the born dry r. Brig of attorney general Daugherty. He expended the stay temporarily however providing that the steamship compares file an in my duo Appeal to Trio in Ted state acc Urb
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