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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - October 29, 1924, Mitchell, South Dakota
Ten Page the evening Republican vol. Xxxix Mitchell South Dakota wednesday october 29, 1924. Number 25knifes colleagues ii wickedest town marshal aged 71 years is doing Job town in j. S. Is now reforming probes Deve into Campaign publicity plan i of crime in Cromwell la. Broken up by an old timer a 5 were imported Stio Tiv o f a White we to mtg results \ in Nakhai clean up re by Nea scr i let Ell okla. Get. 29.�?oom-j Tedise of the Oil to c i cd huskies. I leaned. I Nve it igniters tall it Anteri j Edest town. Old Rill tilth i a Quot i ears old. Who Hack in be up the Doolin Dalton j has been raisins Cair. Ever the old Fields wields the j tru so. T in of Soo persons state in they found wide open 200 dope paddlers Many i ills in which Young girls r i cents a dance to the j Ord jazz Muskie and 30 Blind Corn whisky and a a Choc a sold. Is. Bootleggers and Sud a Oil men played for High und the tables in the elapse of pianos and moaning j Ose above the subdued to derricks banking the in while Oil huskies or the rough Pine floors i Fang girls. Every three houses Iii j to or Hou Fame state Turkey is near pact with England in Boundary in at brim Spolec oct. 2?.�?04�?a Complete Faer lenient of the controversy Between great Britain and Turkey Over the status quo Frontier Between Turkey and Mosul will be reached at the afternoon session today of the Council of the league of nations in re Ai session Here it i it expected leae be officials. Quot this opinion it was explained by unique idea is bared the officials was based upon the be _ Lief that the solution of the Montro a do for Tisi \ g Agency Sud to Versy. Worked out by or. H Jai mar judge tried to drive bargain Loucks states Coolidge a breakfast with new York stage Folk is brought under scrutiny supreme court member planned to withdraw if Loucks would fight incumbents Richards hand seen vye offered vaudeville lines for .50.000. Washington d. C., oct. 29.�?c4>�? Tsile Bankers and captains of Indus try waited in the wings for further questioning. The Senate Campaign fund investigating committee today j switched the spotlight on the die ration of actors who recently called at the White House and breakfasted with president Coolidge. Rhinelander Waldo former police commissioner of new York testified that the Coolidge non partisan or ionization of which he is head paid the expenses of the actors during the trip to Washington. J Branting. The swedish Premier would i fix a Frontier line acceptable both to i great Britain and Turkey pending settlement of the larger problems of sovereignty Over Mosul. Desper Atu Effort m of to defeat present jurists it i it declared today Coolidge for tax secrecy is intimation Washington. P., Ort. 29.�?repeal then from Gil a of the publicity provisions of the Rev that judge c h. Dillon a member f the South Dakota supreme court fused to make any kind of political gement that would not include the a of eat of his own colleagues judges Sherwood. Gates and policy is the sensational report made in writing Bill. L. Loucks of Watertown Independent candidate for United stat 5 senator in a letter to to. To. Dawes superintendent of the South Dakota anti Saloon league made Public in Mitchell today. Disclosure of the fact that judge Dillon is out for the scalps of fellow son Gardner a Washington new spa i Mike Law inv be recommended by members of the supremo court we per Man. The committee heard a Sug president Coolidge in his annual mos g est Ion that Republican Money lad Page to Congress been used also to secure the use of a dines favourable of Coolidge in Var made to or. Loucks in the course of a conference recently held at water Loo vaudeville skits. Publicity scheme aired a no and rite commis erection and j in hav get a he Passi i made tor above a. In. Murphy and so me of his dancing girls. Lower rights a Street scene in Cromwell a wickedest to own a lower left old Bill Tilghman 71-year-old fighting a Copper who is cleaning g up the town. He Ranft too Many men a Here were not enough girls to go und. For there were 50 men to even Mati a Cromwell so th4 dance men began importing dancers larger cities of the Southron of girls were obtained i. Oklahoma City and Ranis alleged a White slave ring state a began their investigations was arrested in Tulsa in setting two voting girls out be Tun 5pecti als Man nation is not Back to Normal Norbeck says condition won t Farmer Cav Exchange labor on fair basis in City. The investigation failed to Rainy White slave ring. It did bring to Light the wickedness Thoma s a tia ,�?� error Trapp sent mrs. Bassett formally Down to look the own judge George c. Crump of in it i in go a t Busy. Too p. I Vestie tors found a a conditions Huron. S. Doct. 29 it country knows and admits that we Are not Back to Normal until the Farmer can Exchange a Days labor with other declared senator Peter nor Dawes to invade Missouri in last minute Campaign Chicago. He cot. 29.�?mis-i Souri. One of the most bitterly con tested states in the present political j Campaign was the objective of to Hur or rave Tiu Les g. Dawes Tod y when lie Lef he t on his final speaking tour West of the Mississippi River. The Republican vice presidential nominee will speak tonight in St. Louis and tomorrow night in St. Joseph. Both speeches he indicated arc to be devoted to a continuation of his attack on the Lafollette Independent candidacy. Or. Dawes rested last night at his w under is had been night. Beck in a statement Given out Here today on i Way to Doland. Who re i Home in Evanston after returning he will speak in the interest of the Republican party and candidates or yest erday i trip. A in bus Eastern up Salinger fails in Effort to quash evidence judge Wood rough overrules motion to it Trike olt-1> eng i no testimony. Secretary Mellon in Bis annual re town by or. Loucks and judge Deport now in preparation is expected Ion also an Independent Candida to assert no Good purpose can be Gerv for i United states senator for the filled by exposing to the Public the 1 pose of arranging the retirement of Gardner a supporter of Lafollette. Amount of Ino Omo tax a Pai 1 by Dillon in Loucks favor said that Early no Ber i prominent persons. He will reiterate or. Loucks reported in his letter his opposition to Complete publicity i that the arrangement w As practical a of tax returns and is Likely to suggest a concluded when judge Dillon mad the advisability of Mariner it Unne Ces j the condition that any arrangement sary for the Board of tax appeals to j would have to include opposition to conduct Public hearings. The re election of present judges of advocates of publicity for tax in j the supreme court formation will resist All efforts to re a Dillon balks peal the provisions already in the i a portion of or. Lou is Jette Law and will renew their Battle to j reads As follows open All tax returns to the Public. A my neighbor Livingston much per the publicity Issue is certain Tofu is me to Mcmaster. I gave him cause a big Row when Revenue Revis i my correspondence with butt s to Ion again is undertaken. Burch of Washington representing the Mccutcheon Gerson Syndicate a subsidiary of the Schubert theatrical corporation called on him and offered to sell to the Lafollette organization for $50,000 a publicity proposition which would include lines worked into vaudeville programs favourable to the candidate. A the Young Man told me that they would prefer to sell the scheme to Lafollette because they sympathized with his views Gardner said a and would be willing to sell it to Lafollette at a lower figure than to either of the old declined offer Ile said he declined Butch s offer saying a that is More Money than Lafollette read. This was after i hat almost president Coolidge already is Defi j persuaded Dillon to withdraw in n favor provided Livingston would to. Til he recalled my statements that we his Contention by secretaries Mellon j must at All hazards defeat in hams and Hoover that the disclosure of in land his whole wet outfit. But to nicely on record on the proposition. To argued and was supported in Ion quickly walked on tho three in dependent judges if insisted to must have in commenting upon the Riselo Al Jolson John or nation thus obtained would be taken sures made by or. Loucks. By Peri ii Greenwood who. By bttsines8 competitors. The pres pendent Dawes of the South Dakota Chicago ii. Oct. 29.�?ben my a Cutcheon one of the owners of the Mccutcheon Gerson publicity Syndi a Cate said today he never had heard f of any such proposition As told the Senate committee on Campaign expenditures by Gilson Gardner. A Washington Man and sup Porter of the Lafollette Independent Sioux Falls s. D., oct. 29.�? a a a motion by the defense to strike out testimony of several Bank offi j Campaign. Or. Mccutcheon also said Cera regarding deposits by official-1 did not know William Burch of the defunct Midland Pac in com of 8 was caught z cd he it it tender. In Cham Ember of rest were made j a in relied a Batch of Ute ors foot to Wewoka for j hem to a 60-foot Chain to sheriff on each end. J facials also stepped in a up the town and f breaking up j affix. I governor and judge i by the business men a re Rill Tilghman As e it run tying a Dep Deral a a rec then led to Hir in marshal Hough Bill i As a a hard a along in years he is a was in his Palm lays. The officials say. I has closed up the saloons. Or. Norbeck declared his statement would include the his lights of Points he has made n speeches Given thus far in the state and those he is yet to give before the Campaign closes. Mayors Home is bombed in klan War in Michigan governor speak at City Hall tonight gov. W. Ii. Mcmaster will make his first and Only appearance in Mitchell in the present National Campaign at the cite Hall tonight. The governor. Niles. Ohio. Oct. 29.�?a bomb explosion Early today wrecked the front porch and damaged the front of the who in a candidate for i nit a Home of mayor Harvey c. Kistler senator will drive to Mitchell from a and Shook Many other buildings in Menno where he is scheduled to doff Ranee Halls and put the dope j the neighbourhood. Neither or. Kistler j liver an address at 3 p. In. Today. On the run. In one week alone0j� Jbv wife. Who were asleep in Anit is expected that the go inc s my Deputy sheriff Aldrich ush upstairs room were injured. I appearance Here tonight will be tho d to of the dancing girls out of \ controversy regarding the right occasion for a rally of All the re pub 1 of the Kun flux klan to stage a a j mean leaders and workers in this secant Bill say he needs a lot More it fade Here saturday afternoon had i lion of the state. David m. Rogers. A if Iii cleanup is going to be sue j been waging for several Days officials county chairman expects one of the a ii j of the knights of the flaming Circle j largest political gatherings of the one it of Bill s Best Volunteer Assis aj80 applied for permission to Parade present Campaign to be on hand to is a j and you can take Bill s word at the same time but their request i Greet the governor. It j e Murphy vice presi was also denied by the mayor. Flam a the end of the Campaign it is said. Of the Cromwell chamber of org Circle officials have announced finds gov Mcmaster in excellent Phy timer a member of the Board of j they will Parade without a permit. I Sical condition despite the gruelling chairman of the school com mayor Kistler has appealed to sur tee proprietor of the Murphy j rounding cities to Send police in an h ii. And manager of the a amur Effort to prevent possible disorders. Campaign he has been making f a of several weeks. The in of weather forecast a mostly fair tonight and Day but with considerable n rec continued mild. In Ota fair tonight probably i Ming unsettled thursday con-1 mild. A a the Dakota thu Rad a u. S. Marshals to guard Butte polls during election Butte. Mont. Oct. 29�?eighty Spoo a rattled toni dirt Ial in Ltd states marshals and us pro Bahlev rain by a a a App in let to what colder thurs the re it us to of the is Lvi or in i Republican Central committee will Farmer shoots wife seeks to end own life formation about a Many a business his a i judged they sold the proposition. Earnings and losses was an Unwar to the republicans when i heard ranted invasion of his private affairs about the actors calling at the w Hite Jari Ltd an unfair advantage of the info Blouse including Drew and Charlotte i were mentioned in connection with Jent threatened to veto the Bill if i anti Saloon league today a Iii the offers Gardner said. It rame to him with that amendment i a this latest development shows the Mccutcheon denier Sci mrs included. He somewhat reluctantly extent of the scheme work i out by signed the Bill after the amendment i h. O. Richards to Chance by p4- had been struck out in conference sonnet of the state supreme court Brand the Senate finance committee pro i cause of its decisions upholding who vision which opened to the Public the state prohibition Law and Nurr Breting names of taxpayers and amounts paid the Richards primary Law a of far it a a it substituted. I Bis wishes. Judge Dillon was elected with the Radical republicans hold i to the stat sup Reno court two years my the balance of Power in Congress ago As the candidate of or. Rii h a is there is no likelihood of immediate j and George w. Egan. Subsequently favourable action on any attempts to judge Dillon dissented from the Tare pea i the present publicity clause of of the court on the decision affirm the Revenue Law. If the matter were i ing or. Egans conviction in Minne opened up at the Winter session con hah county. La fact the it Tudor Cress would to More Likely to Widen Dillon is now tied so tightly in oppo the great provisions. Tho la Follette action to his own colleagues shows group has advocated full publicity that the 1924 tight on the supremo Mccutcheon said when informed and. With its appetite whetted by the court to merely a continuation of to disclosures of taxes paid. It will do of 19_j. Site to find out Why some reputed wanted to control ourt millionaires paid less tax than others a it is reported at the anti Saloon not supposed to be so wealthy. O j spent in the interests of the primary i Law and opposition to prohibition �>1 m More than $365,000, and that this Hopper i 13.gue j pig i vast sum of Money and Yeai a of labor Washington mentioned by Gardner As having represented the Mcmutch of Sioux City was overruled a j organisation and that or. A i Burch had not represented his Syndicate. A i never heard Tany such thing or that or. Gardner had said Burch had Yaj Xuwu Mvi Oum a do by publicly proposition to include lines 1-1 Follette organization for $30,000 a Federal court today by Judice j Woodrough in the trial of c. Ii. Burlingame. Fred Sawyer and Ben i. Sal linger. Or. Of Sioux City for use of the mails to defraud in connection proposed on behalf of the Mcmutch with the company a promotion. Eon Gerson Syndicate to sell Che a a specific objections were in the defense to All of this testimony j favourable to the candidate in Vau on pc basis that the ? had Deville acts. A i done to know or. Burch. No personal knowledge of the trans j we have no representative at Wash we Are doing some feature actions and entries on the books of the comr give til testimony from the records. The government at today session resume f its Effort to penetrate Vera Cruz hit by league office that or. Richards said j recently that in past years he had publicity work for the democratic a and were it in pc. Led. To National ticket but have done nothing for the Republican or Lafollette organizations and i never heard of any such thing As Gardner attributes to damage is caused into the disposition of checks alleged. To have been diverted from the m d j land packing company to the person a1 accounts of officers. Testimony i concerned principally the account of i c. H. Burlingame Secretary and treasurer of the company in the Iowa Falls la., first National Bank 1 of Coolidge alone can preserve u. S. Prosperity Hughes Coolidge is confident of own Victory i Mexico City. Mexico. Get. 29.�?ten i thousand inhabitants of to a me by an Ca in the state of Vera Cruz Are being to Roriz it d by a swarm of locusts Over four Miles Long. The Straw roof i de houses axe being eaten up and j on dispatch says a Farmer lying i toxic ted in a Field. Had his feet eaten Oft by the posts. Southern Mexico has suffered a1 Grasshopper plague for three months and Many trains have been derailed by Slippery tracks caused by the crunching of millions of the Small we Ashington d. C., get. 29.�?Confidence of the outcome of the election. President Coolidge has no further plans for Active participation in the Campaign. He told friends today he had defined his attitude on All important phases of government administration both in his speech of accept Dakota mostly fair tonight. I Uard a Quot it rues a it r Milos Southwest of us warmer to Oast and Central i a a a on 11 a in a a a a r a of shot his a we and the thursday unsettled Rumoro a of a a1 in Rev River on himself and s. To instal unsettled. Possis it Bow county to promote fraud. H. Portion cooler in in West pet portion. \ a Era a mostly Cloudy d thursday probably rain mrs Day night cooler thursday it portion elate Central committee and others to Iruh he i a in Ornt tire United state attorney general Stone. Maximum and minimum tempera As recorded by the official gov Lent voting. I the appointment of the special j marshals was a result of telegrams said to have been sent by the commit i be and chairmen of the Republican by in Ament thermometer from a to Day to 7 a. In. Today maximum. 6 9. Minimum 39. At 8 a. In. Today 42. In. Weather and roads i Mitchell Clear. 42 roads Good j Huron part Cloudy 42 Road Aberdeen Clear 36 roads Good. Watertown Clear 44 Road Good. Cankton Ujj a. 54 Road Good. Sioux a he it fir a 42 roads a of in err Cloudy la Toad Good. Jimmu v to 3 a va0 Volga is. Get. 29.�?gideon Eli Tenson 4q. A Farmer residing ten Estelline. S. A. Then turned his fired a Bullet into his neck at his farm Home today. Mrs. Leenson a in a serious condition. Her husband would is not believed to be serious. A sudden spell of insanity is believed by physicians to have been responsible for Estenson a act. He ha-8 been taken to the Hamlin county jail. At Hayti where he will be examined c. By a sanity commission mrs. Esten son was taken to a Chicago. 111., get. 29.�?secretary of stale Charles e. Hughes was Enro Ute to the East today to speak tonight in Buffalo after car meeting his Campaign tour of the Middle West e of the nomination and the adhere last night. Dress he delivered last week before a it would not t Ike much t a a the Eastern division chamber of com stroy our or. Hughes of the United states and did said Here. A fall you have to do is to j consider specific replies Neces shatter Confidence. This would re j suit if the third party or a Combina Tion of our opponents could produce j a deadlock in this a the Hest Assurance of Prosperity in this he declared a is to i secure on nov. 4, the election of Calvin Coolidge whom he called a a Leader who represents the common were to culminate in the control of the supreme court and that lie Likely to fail in electing his judges because of the anti Saloon league in advocating the election of the present members of the state supremo of i Hunter attacked by two Bull Moose narrowly escapes Dawson Yukon territory. Oct. 2a Chris Olson Hunter and trapper of Indian River told on returning her an unmolested bodies under the wheels. In some eases burning Oil been j of being attacked by used to Clear the tracks. Some trains j Moose. Have been equipped with pipes i As a Bull Moose charged Olson said through which the flaming liquid1 amp to and hic he Anima in can be blown while passing through head. The Moose continued his charge the Star shopper District. I hurled him to the around and gored millions of dollars of damage -1 him severely. Olson said that when special la in the. Sugar and Coffee plan j he thought he would be killed the Moose fell Over dead. Lotions has been done. Sense of mrs. Hiu will sneak saturday for or. Coolidge mrs. W s. Hill of Washington. Formerly a resident of Mitchell. Will speak at a Public meeting at the Brookings bos-1 City Hall saturday at 3 p in in the Pital. Neighbors said there had been j interests of Coolidge. According to a i no trouble Between the two which Ranee ments made by mrs m. L. Shade might account for the shooting. They chairman of the Davison county to. Have two Small children. I menus Coolidge club. Ary to any charges which May be made against himself or the various departments of the government in the last week of the Campaign. President Coolidge assured a group a advertisers who called at the White Blouse today to pledge theits support that he proposed to maintain an add a migration devoted to Economy peace and Prosperity. A the government is a great business institution a the president said. I but is More than that it is a great i humanitarian institution with an interest in the welfare of All the of democrats to end Campaign in South of state Friday Olson. Said he picked up i gun a j a second Moose charged him. Killing he second Anima ten Del from him. Olson expressed the opinion that the i two animals had challenged each oth a or to Battle and that he a i chanced. To pass Between them a thy Drew together. I of Headword of rail clerk foils big Post office theft Moose jaw. Sat�k., of. 29�?polio0 today told of a million Dollar mail robbery frustrated by the presence of mind of a railway clerk. To. J robber entered the Moose jaw per a j office late last night covered the clerk waiter g. Macpherson with a gun and seized a mail sack whose value officials estimated As More than a million dollars. Macpherson rushed him and push. # of the Middle Walt died Here lasted him from the platform raining ,., night after an illness of but a few Possession of the mail bag. The clerk. A to a to flak Riili fled although three shots at him he told police. Of j. B. Forgan dead in Chicago after Brief illness Chicago ii of 29.�?james d. Forgan for More than a Quarter of a Century one of the leading banker Sioux fells. ?. D oct. Mrs. Hui who was a member of j Pemo emetic Ca Paig in 29�?th a Southern Russia delighted with recognition by French Cabinet Littles series off executive committee of the club Dur Seattle. Wash., get. 29.�?a series inst the primaries has been Active in j Bere Between St Paul Aud Beattie for club circles in the City for Many the class a Bas it la championship years and will attract i Large number of the world was called off today i a of club women. Mrs. Shade believes. Cause of continued rain which Caus or and mrs. Dili the former a de postponement of games saturday. I member of the United states ship monday and yesterday and again to Ping Board Are at present visiting in i Day. A commission budding the series Alexandria arriving there Early this announced. Ute. South Dakota will be terminated Fri j Day night. October 31. With a rally i we re fired Edity he Ras 72 yrs Aid despite arduous and Active life in the financial world or. Forgan had been in excellent health until recently when he be earn a sufferer from ulcers of the stomach. Last week he collapsed while at his desk and a few Days thereafter submitted to a blood transfusion operation which brought temporary Relief. Paris. France get. 29.�? aha at the coliseum which will eclipse All Frances recognition de Jure of the the meetings of the Campaign to Date j russian soviet government is receive it is announced by Louis n. Grill cd a with greatest satisfaction says state democratic chairman. It. S. G. I the re ply from Moscow and the so Cherry. Democratic senatorial Candi Viet. In line with the French surges Date. And w. J. Billow party Candi lion will Send delegates to Paris for hot governor will be the Prin j a of i r h f the problems r it Road sold at auction Denver. Colo. Get. 29.�?the Denver and Rio grand Western Railroad a sold a Public auction Here today to Donald c. Swetland and Hayward a Hibbard of new York representatives of the re organization managers for $17,935,"oo subject to the approval at Lieut us put the two countries. I of the l listed slates court
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