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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - October 28, 1922, Mitchell, South Dakota
G Republican third edition vol. Xxxix Mitchell South Dakota saturday october 28, 1922 number 24and maroons meet attain Amundsen marooned ready to Fly Over pole Pinal word is brought out of Arctic by Ward Canadian Dies at age of 117 record bears out his claim government school teacher t Ells of daring explorer s last plans fight to be perilous intrepid adventurer will spend Winter with Eskimo and Fly in Spring by Robert b. Bermann Nea staff correspondent Seattle. Wash., get. 28�?a Winter Vith Only one White couple for com to Anions. A diet of whale Walrus and Reindeer meat. And Bever a sight of the Sun during the whole period that is the program of Captain Roald Amundsen South pole discoverer. And his norwegian flyer Oskar Omdahl while they Are spending the coming wittier at Wainwright Alaska. Pending their attempted flight a Over the top of the Amin Den and Omdahl plan to of off next Spring for a non Stop plane flight Over the North pole. Ids is a reconnaissance Mission for Amundsen a a Schooner Maud. Now oxen in the Arctic ice and Well tarted on its five year Drift through the Polar Basin and across the North pole. Brings word the last word that will be received rom Amundsen before he bops off on Bis death daring flight. Was brought to Seattle by is. J. Ward of Tho Federal Bureau of Hidu Oitice. Ward has just returned from Wainwright where he was government sch of teacher until relieved by or. End mrs. R. J. Cramer. It is or. And mrs. Cramer who will Pond the Winter s with Amundsen and his aide. Otherwise their Only companions will be some 200 eskimos. Comprising the population of the entire Community of Wainwright and two adjoining villages. A it wont be so bad said Ward. A a they la have plenty of food. The eskimos recently killed two big whales and a number of walruses and buried in the ice. This food will keep indefinitely. Also there a the Herd of 4000 Reindeer which the natives maintain. School serves them a and when he wants anything Well. All hell Havel do is go to the school House. The government i school in Alaska you know is the Venter of everything. Its the store. J i he Post office the Church the City Hall the Coal mine and Reindeer farm offices the Hospital a everything. By associated press leased wire Saskatoon sask., oct. 28.�?news reached Here today of the death of Henry Lorenz a Farmer in pleasant Dale Northern Saskatchewan at the age of 117. According to family records he Wajs born in Austria May 9. 1805. Up to a year ago he was a heavy smoker hut the increased Price of tobacco caused him to Stop he said. Ile did the chores on his farm until a few Dave before his death. Missing Money murder clue 42,000 people at Stagg held see Grid fight Chicago scores first then Princeton takes Lead Only to lost it scalpers reap riches Pyott for Stagg eleven ii Star in k arly ii Alf of football classic Cleveland police unable to find is Ayer of airs. Birns a holds ii feb and by associated press encased wire Cleveland o., oct. 2 8.�?a secret heard of $2,700 missing from his Home Here where Henry Burns told police authorities he cached it provided Lake county authorities with a new Lead today in their attempt to solve the murder of Burns wife. Whose body was found late wednesday after the woman had been beaten into unconsciousness and buried alive in a shallow grave near Painesville. Prosecutor Ostrander and Deputy sheriff Rasmussen of Lake county spent several hours last night searching for the Money in the Burns Home and in talking to neighbors. I once Ald Money in Nome the Money. Burns had told the Lake county officials had been hidden beneath a Rug in his Thorne. The officials made a thorough search Blit j failed to and the Money. I at the same time witnesses were found who say they saw a Man and upper Row Oyer North lieutenant Oskar Omdahl lefty pole Wain we in it Harbor in july. In below Wainwright Eskimo population summer View of Village. Norwegian aviator. And Captain Amundsen. Avo will try to Fly showing ice conditions Nush ung in y a northernmost mail Man retiring fact Cabinet in Italy is hard put to keep order in face of growing menace of civil strife by fascist party a woman they believed to be Burns and mrs. Burns leave their Home in an automobile late tuesday night accorto Deputy sheriff Rasmussen. This the Deputy sheriff said added an important link to the Chain of circumstantial evidence in the Case. The Man and woman the witnesses told the i Ake county officials entered a car similar to that used by by associated press leased wire Stagg Field Chicago. Ort. 28.�? before a crowd of 2,000 persons that i jammed every Inch of Stagg Field i East met West today when Princeton took the Field against Chicago in the biggest football spectacle the Midwest has known. Forty two thousand persons were in their seats when the teams trotted i in the Field for practice while thousands milled around the Gates outside. Scalpers who evaded the hundreds of police and detectives on guard got Rich As they received As High As $ i of for a ticket. Vangerbig was injured and was carried from the Field being replaced by Beattie. Princeton failed to gain and i Chicago recovered the Hall on the i blocked drop kick on their 25 Yard a line. Strohmeier kicked. On a series of line plays and Short passes Princeton got the to Chi ago 20 Yard line on the next play Beattie who had been smashing through the line fumbled and Chicago recovered the Hall on its 16 Yard line. The Hall was in Princeton a posses i Aion on their 48 Yard line when the period ended. The score was Chicago 12 Princeton 17. Pyott takes Pam Baker kicked across Chicago goal line. The Hall was put in play on Chicago a 20 Yard line and Pyott immediately kicked. Pyott regained the Hall for Chicago a few minutes later when he intercepted a Forward pass after Cleaves was thrown for a three Yard loss. Chicago punted again. 41 la ago scores Princeton seemed unable to solve Chicago is defense and was forced to kick again. Chicago then began seizes Poison from girl and then drinks it love Lorn Duluth Street car conductor will recover doctors say people Are brought life in by associated press i cased wire work the they get tarried there. 1 Duluth Minn., oct. =8�?snatches too and then when they die their from the hands of his sweetheart a funerals Are held in the of Poison which she placed to Ward brought Back the first explanation that has been advanced for Amundsen s decision to hop off from Wainwright instead of Point Barrow. As originally planned a Osorno people said Yard. A that it was because Wainwright is on the same Meridian As spit Bergon. J night his destination making it possible for him to Fly absolutely straight due North and then due South straddling the Meridian. The real reason in my opinion is the fact that flying from Wainwright will give him from 50 to 70 Miles of Grace from death. By taking a northeasterly course he can follow c oct until he reaches Point Barrows and thus have an Opportunity to land safely if engine trouble develops months must pass of Amundson is successful. News will be a flashed immediately from Spitsbergen. But the world will not know for two months and More if he Falls and is killed. says Ward a is so r to off from the rest of the world her lips Ernest Elwell 22, a Street car conductor drank part of the contents before the girl knocked it from his hands. The near tragedy occurred last today Elwell is recovering. The girl who is 18 and pretty came Here from her Home at a Miles City Mont two months a of. Her parents Are dead. So met Elwell the nearest j news can he 1 the is hat even in summer time it takes to months for mail to reach the it it of Bering sea. Point from which any a Roa casted. Nusunginya it in o mailman has the longest mail route in existence. It extends from Point Barrow to Kotzebue. 7 50 Miles and is covered Only three times a Yea r. Plans no stoics a even if mail happens to leave the very Flay of Amundsen a departure a lie world won t know that he has left for weeks and weeks of. By the time the news of his departure reaches civilization. No word has been received of his arrival in Spitz Bergen. It can be safely said that he is a the can to possibly leave until june Ward went on a was weather conditions Are so had. Last july for instance there were Only four Days when a blizzard Wasny to raging of he a Lucky though he Tauy get off by june doth Phillips and Burch trials recess until Neh monday who is her second Cousin. Thay became infatuated with each other but the girl refused to marry Elwell be a a cause of the relationship. Lovesick and despondent she approached Elwell last night. A no one loves me and i can never have a Home a she said As she raised to i bottle to her lips. After Elwell had taken the Poison from her and drank part of it she seized the bottle screamed and ran into the Street. Passersby called an ambulance. State officials to talk to potato men in red River Valley Angeles alif., oct. 28.�?both prosecution and defense were Busy. Day with reparations for the re i Iti i Ion monday of the trial of mrs. Ara Phillips for the murder of mrs. Iberta Tremaine Meadows voting a Low who was beaten to death with Hammer. No session was held today. Los Angeles Calif. Oct. 28.�?nm Sexion of the trial of Arthur c. Bure for the murder of j. Belton Kennedy broker was held Tody. And irn pint until monday having been a Ken. Queensland Quot Bishop Calis dry Law failure it hic ago ii. Oct. 28-vthe most j r Verenda James Duhig. Roman Cath a archbishop of Brisbane Queens a. Australia Litis observed Amor in prohibition at close Range several a nth and pronounces it a failure. A you cannot make men sober by a act of parliament a was his com rut on the dry Law. By associated pros leased wire St. Paul Minn. Coto. 28.�?Minnesota potato growers in the red River Valley District will be informed rela a Tive to the needs of storing their j crops and the most satisfactory manner of handling by P. B. Jacobson chairman state Railroad and Ware House commission and n. J. Holm Herg state commissioner of of agriculture. Who will make an extended j tour of that District beginning monday. It was announced. Or. Jacobson and or. Holmberg expect to Stop at every principal potato shipping Community in the red River Valley District and give a detailed talk on the car shortage situation. The reduced storage rates and the need of immediate action in getting their potatoes a under North Dakotan goes to Canada to stand his trial for murder by associated press lenses wire Fargo. N a. Oct. 28.�?lee Villiage Burke county Farmer was taken to Weyburn. Sask., from Frago late yesterday by a provincial detective to stand trial for the alleged murder of Paul Matoff. Liquor firm representative in the Railroad station at Bienfait on the morning of october 4. Burns. The woman then returned to the House changed her Light coat j a steady March Down the Field John for a fur coat and returned carrying by Thomas and Harry Thomas aided insurgents bring pressure to Bear to Force n Aming of fascist Council by associated press leased wire Rome Italy oct. 28.�?the Cabinet Council has been in session since Midnight in order to receive reports from the provinces where the fascist movement has taken a subversive direction and to adopt new necessary measures to meet the situation. The Cabinet decided first to is be a proclamation declaring a state of siege in All the province beginning at noon today but later this decision was modified and a proclamation was issued urging the Public to maintain order in the face of insurrectionary attempts. Instead the following proclamation was issued a seditious movements having manifested themselves in certain provinces of Italy having As their object the interruption of the Normal functions of the states Powers and calculated to plunge the country into grave trouble the government has As far As possible tried every Means of conciliation in the Hope of re establishing peace and reaching a peaceful solution of the a in the face of such insurrectionary attempts it is the duty of the retiring government by All Means at whatever Cost to maintain Law and order and this duty it will Carv out to the full in order to safeguard the citizens and free constitutional institutions. A it is the governments expectation that the citizens will remain Calm and have Confidence in the measures taken their safety. A Long live Italy. Long live the King a reports received by the Cabinet Council from a number of Points in Central Italy show that the fascist Are extending their movement with a View to exerting pressure for the formation of a fascist Cabinet. The fact ministry despite its resignation is acting with Energy to re establish order. Rome and Rul of the Large cities up to the present have not been the scene of any disturbances of moment. Inmate of National training school is killed in scrimmage Leader of fascist seems to be breaker and maker of cabinets by associated press leased wire Washington. D. C., oct. 28.�?injuries received in football resulted in the death Here today of Wayne Howard. 18 year old Ward of the National training school for boys Here. The youth was carried from the Field after making a diving tackle in scrimmage Between two of the school teams a week ago. He was said to have ruptured an intestinal blood . Weather report to South Dakota generally fair night anti sunday cooler. Weather Outlook for the week beginning monday Region of the great lakes showers with temperatures above Normal first part generally fair and temperature near Normal thereafter. Upper Mississippi Valley showers and cooler at beginning generally fair with Normal temperature thereafter. Benik Mussolini Young world War Veteran and head i of the most powerful political Organ j Iza Tion in Italy is directly responsible for Tho fall of the fact Cabinet. I the fascist Are a highly organized and thoroughly nationalistic organization. They maintain a Large and Well disciplined army and Are Prepar-1 de to throw Italy into a state of in Tern Cine strife if their demands Are j not. At least partially granted. Mils a Solini. The head of the fascist is scheduled to hold a conference with republicans in Indiana turn a to Beveridge influence of candidate extends beyond Borders of his state Ula pm by Mark Sillivan National political Torres mgt Dent of the Mitchell evening Republican and the new York evening Post Washington it. C., get. 28 copy 1 right 1922 by the Mitchell evening Republican and the new York evening Post a one of the most obvious conclusions from a trip through the West is that Albert j. Beveridge of Indiana. Republican candidate for United states senator has a position in that territory which goes beyond j the boundaries of his state and be Pond the immediate question of j whether or not he is going to win his j election. As to his Indiana contest Beveridge is quite sure to win. He should have a majority running any i where from 35,000 to 80.000. To j personally will run Well ahead of his j ticket. In some other parts of the ticket the republicans will suffer j losses to the democrats. The a Flash Light. Durns still prisoner a fair coat torn and bloody was found near the spot where mrs. Burns body was discovered and a Flash Light on which were Bloj stains was found in Burns summer Home near Painesville. Burns held in the i Ake county jail at Painesville on a first degree murder charge was sent Hack to his cell Early today after three hours of severe grilling which win be resumed late today. The prisoner has Corse through an almost continuous three Day seige of All kinds of grilling still Adamant in his denial. Michigan after Scalp by Pyott. Ripping through the Princeton defense for gains and put the Ball on Princeton a two Yard line. Johnny Thomas smashed through Center for Chicago a first touchdown. Pyott failed to kick goal. Score Chicago 6 Princeton 0. After hic Agos touchdown. Princeton seemed to do much better and gained a few Yards on end runs but Crum and Gorman. Leaves tried a Field goal from the thirty Yard line but it was wide. After Princeton re gained the Ball. Cleaves rapped t i Ough Rigi tackle for seven Yards arid later a 33 Yard Forward pass snively to Gray. Followed by line smashes put Lite Ball on Chicago a three Yard line. Rigours soon a a rum then smashed line for the Nee through the by gain to Cross wolverines scent championship in spite of weakened Gridiron eleven continued on Page two worlds wets pick upon u. S. By associated press encased wire Ann Arbor mich., Ort. 28.�?mirh j Igan s re moulded football squad scent ing a Western conference championship following conference Champion j state a week ago faced Illinois on ferry Field today in the first a big j ten game of the season locally. Michigan had lost much of its j cocksure spirit because of the Abi sense from the lineup of Vandervort i 1 and Roby injured at Columbus and j Kopke one of the sensations of the conference this year who was suffer 1 i ing from a cold which kept him on i a the Side lines. The crowd that Park j the line and Quot Smith kicked goal. Score hic ago 6 Princeton 7. Vangerbig replaced cram at right Naif for Princeton and treat replaced snively at right guard. After Princeton kicked the Thomas wrecking Crew began operations for Chicago and crashing indiscriminately through tackle guard and Center they worked the Hall to Princeton a i six Yard line. There Johnny Thomas on a fake Pas ripped through for i second touchdown. Caruso who replaced Harry Thomas failed to kick goal. Score j Princeton 7. Chicago 12 gophers score on Ohio state in King Victor or sometime Emmanuel monday. Either today political foes in agreement conservatives and liberals in England agree not to oppose Etc la other America is to be scene of concentrated attack of proponents of liquor Brussels Belgium. Get 28�?a world fight against prohibition in the United states As the Center of the wet Campaign was planned at the closing session of the secret conference of anti prohibition lists Here. The meeting ended with a ban de every available seat was estimated touchdown comics Early at 42,000. Game As culmination of with the Ball in Illinois territory 70 Yard gain virtually All of the time. Michigan j a a and Illinois were tied at the end of by associated press leased wire the first Quarter neither eleven hav Minneapolis Minn Der a a a a ing scored. The gain Michigan made Riboud f prod Ray and a risk Quot on line plunges and a 40 Yard pass j grated Ohio state and Goebel to Kirk was nullified when teams when they met Here today in Ohio a first appearance on Northrop i Field. The stands began filling Early with every it ideation that every Turk wind Minnesota Michigan fumbled with the Hall on Illinois 15 Yard line. A try for placement kick by Goebel from the 40 1 Yard line was Low. The period was marked by frequent exchanges of punts with Michigan having a slight Edge. Second period a fumbled punt paved the Way for a Michigan touch win the free subscription for i year someone s name has been placed in the Watt ads if its yours Send in the clipping and receive tile Republican one year Freie. London eng., oct. 28�?arrangements Between conservatives and coalition liberals not to oppose one another s candidates in certain constituencies Are Given prominence in today a anti coalition newspapers. As they have it the arrangements for co operation or Mutual non opposition. Are spreading with an obvious Drift toward reinstating coalition in the government. It is the Contention of free liberals that this situation reveals that the country is being shepherded Back to its old policy the Only difference being that it is in new hands. On the tory Side the extreme die hards Are cleanly restive Over this supposed tendency. Supreme Courtin new York refuses to review Stillman Case Quet last night which was marked Down in the second Quarter by Cap by the number and value of rare old vintages chiefly French served to the j militant wets. Count be mint of France was j named head of a the International committee of this committee was described As a Force to bring the dry people Back into the wet fold. Next years Campaign has i been planned secretly but it is known j that the principal Effort will be made j in the United slates where the prohibition situation causes the greatest damage to the wets and where it is thought there is a Chance for the greatest Success. The members of the committee think that recent incidents in connection with prohibition in America particularly the International difficulties Over ships have created a favourable atmosphere Ijar the great j anti prohibitionist assault. O Pon. Goebel kicked the added print. Following the Kickoff Michigan by a series of passes took the Ball Down the Field and Goebel kicked a Field goal from the Illinois 2ft Yard in. The half ended with the score Michigan to Illinois 0. Duluth lad Steps from path of one train into another Rumania punning on opening her Oil Fields to whole world by Assoria Ted press leased wire Duluth. Minn., get. 28.�?stepping out of the Way it of one train into the path of another. Harold Anderson. 16, was fatally injured Here today. He died shortly after being taken to a Hospital. Edward Wilke. 18. Who was with Anderson jumped to the Side of the track and although hurled to the ground by the Trio he was i not seriously Hurt. I Poughkeepsie. N. Y., oct. 28.�?supreme court Justice Seeger today denied the motion of counsel for James a. Stillman new York banker j ment of the country soil Washington d. A. Oct. 2r.�?intention of the rumanian government soon to adopt a More Liberal policy towards foreign undertakings and particularly with respect to develop Fields. Was football to show cause Why the decision handed Down by supreme court Justice Morschauser at White Plains n. Y., confirming the report of referee Gleason in favor of mrs. Stillman and son. Guy. Should not be reviewed denied the motion reported in official cables today to the Commerce department. Trade commissioners in that Section informed the department that a majority of the government Ai standing out for the admission of foreign capital More _ freely As the need for fresh Money i i Georgic tech i. Sources was said to be realized. The second period. Carleton 0, St advices said further that Only a Small 6. End second period army it Yale it. Final score North Dakota aggie 0 Concordia College 0. Second period Michigan 1ft 111-, Nois it. Final Pennsylvania 13 Navy 7. End second period notre Dame it had been sold. Ohio a a slight favorite at the Start of the game. Minnesota opened a vicious attack and after an Exchange of punts took the Hall on their thirty five Yard line and on a series of line smashes and end runs carrying it seventy Yards for h touchdown Martineau and Mccreery with Pederson taking an occasional poke at the line. Worked the Ball within striking distance where Mccreery went Over eur Hind missed a try for an additional Point. Ohio Drew a fifteen Yard penalty pm the first play following the touchdown and Martineau made nine Yards around left end. The next the Roe plays were not sufficient for first Down and Martineau kicked to Ohio a 25 Yard line. Workman a punt was out of Bounds on Ohio a 37 Yard line and Perrson and Mccreery gained eight Yards As the period ended. Pederson made it first Down on Ohio s 26 Yard line at the opening of the second period and Martineau carried the Ball to Ohio Sll Yard line where Ohio s defense stiffened and a lurid booted a Field Pool from the 15 Yard line. It was Minnesota a Aht score by drop kick on Northrop Field in five yearn score Minnesota. 9 Ohio state it. Both teams resorted to the kicking game with the advantage in favor of Minnesota. Ohio sent in three substitutes. Judy for Workman. Farce sin for Klee and Long for Kutler. Hamilton and forced made it first Down on the 42 Yard line and Hamilton added four More when Isabel punted to Minnesota 14 Yard line As the Quot period ended. Minnesota it Ohio 0. I Justice Seeger denied the a Smi ply on the merits thereby plate ing the entire Case involving the a part of the rumanian Oil territory i to ens of mrs. Anna u. Stillman and has been developed and the further the legitimacy of baby Guy. A the exploitation was regarded by a a of the appellate vision Joritz of the government As sorely Olaf j jurisdiction i of the court. Needed. Third period Harvard. 6 Dartmouth a. Second period Marquette 7 Creighton. It. Third period Yale 7 army the robbers take co to by associated press i Yea so d wire Duluth Minn. Oct. 28.�? robbers who entered a downtown department store last night and tarried away Worth of Coats were careful not to take anything but High priced garments it was revealed today when police inspected the moved shop. Cheaper pieces of cloth in were d and did Asid by the Ribbers whose Loci Conal St dec chiefly of hot Coats Aud fur trimmed dry
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