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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - September 5, 1922, Mitchell, South Dakota
The evening Republican third edition vol. Xxxviii. Mitchell South Dakota tuesday september 5, 1922 number 286 strike general Ward silent As his trial approaches son of wealthy Imp ends own confession question arises can he be convicted of he enters self defense plea blackmailers missing fit rips xxx is have been spent in fettle Effort to shake his Story to Edward m. The i err y y. In Plain. N a. Sept. 5�?can \ Convicted of murder on i 0m uncorroborated confession a the a the Paramount question in to Valter s. Ward murder mystery. Vav a is no nearer solution now than j. V More than three month ago to h a he millionaire son of the pres of the Ward baking company the sensational admission that be id killed Clarence Peters As the a of a blackmail plot. Be two other questions focus i. Ion if v. I i stands trial with a plea of r d tense will he disclose his be i Tho if anybody is he protecting that murder blackmail mystery ? Ward s lips have been locked Ever r his a intension. His Young wife. It King by him is silent. Westchester county authorities have spent thousands of dollars try a it to solve the mystery but they h e not shaken wards Story nor v v they uncovered a shred of est a to corroborate his confession Ward is free on $50,000 a a Charlie Ross a and a Jack. Filled As blackmailers have no , found the Case is supposed erne to trial this fall. The Story of the Ward kill Rea predicts Many changes on Railroad swimming Foo contributions u the drive for funds for the swimming Pool to be constructed in hitch cock Park has been started the Republican plans to print each Day a list of names of donors to the Pool fund. The following list of sub head of Pennsylvania system rear the work openly Seca better future for carriers ahead men to profit also Veteran official says. However. E s. Ownership who Ney for come Ryne a service Philadelphia a. Sept. 5�?samuel Rea president of the Pennsylvania i Railroad believes american railroads and other Public utilities Are about to enter an Era of better fortunes and greater usefulness. The changes Ark coming he says direct bargaining Between railroads and workers new system of Railroad rate making. Electrification where traffic Dens try warrants. These hang Ark not coming. He says government ownership of rail ter railed on every one in the Fob lowing list and the response with which he was received indicates that the people of the City Are behind the movement for the Pool those who made the first subscriptions to the Pool follow Otto Herman. Frnk Mastrola. Claud Eunner v. L Allen Theo Edward l e Holmes. R. J. Redden. P. C. Krouse. D Lorance. Chamberlain o. Peregrine. Floyd Lynn. R. V. Heinzman. Ethel Berry. Art Furch Ner f m. Ratener. Frank Murphy f. F Gustafson. H Hammer Otto Korobey. Everett Jones John j. Morgan. Loran Clark. Riley Zard John Hammer. Andrew Ellwein. Turner Creamery . Mitchell produce ., i Lottie Thiese. Celeste Carlson Lillian Charlesworth. Hazel Charlesworth. Lucile d. Erskine. Anna Watkins. Katherine Jones Ruby Jack son. Mildred e Thomas. Ruth Charlesworth. Mrs Walter Hamiel j b j. , Cecil Kerby. Cha. Woodman l Morrison. E. R Hoover. H. I labor Council will consider drastic step Gomper will Lay demands for walkout before executive committee meet Union policy scored secret iry Davis saas Gibbet can t be High enough for in Ain or dec Kehs supplanting just up re ins Walter s. Ward above it wife who Low it Clarence pet is whom Ward confessed in this is ii chapter i. Found May t Viv of a Man was in a lonely Road near Kensick Rem voir Between White ruins and j v cheer there was a Bullet v i find in his Chest tracks of one a Mobile were seen a Bullet v a imbedded in a tree. The Man in the pock und at league meet third Assembly of International Assembly opens at Geneva. Switz-1 i land biggest Issue in Wisconsin the Geneva. Sept 5.�?the third assent was roughly dressed be a were Dice a pack of cards Cigar a cites and $1.06 it a Quot then examine my of the league of nations opened j Mono Navy records showed by Fin j Here cer prints the slain Man was Clar Peters. Of Haverhill. Mass. A de ath summons Bishop Fallows noted of i Scop Ai prelate succumbs Viter protracted att at k of pneumonia. Stewart miss Paullin. P m. My Ira los. Tto apr f Dine railroads Mahon. De Stanton. Earl Grebel. H. 1 v r a cautious motor truck superseding railroads Mercun k m crap it. M l Gar j rely m a. Bacon. R d Miller. H g Kearney. Lynn Evans. Thomas Whitney Millie Kuhnhenn. Toney Mellette. Zona Welka. Harold Cameron. Donald Berry. Francis Mahon. Luther stubs. Miss Erdman miss Maricle. A Ferguson. Fred Schlimgen. Earl Townsend. Mibs Martin. C. L Parris g. Skartvedt. F. M. Higgins a. Coughlin we Cunningham. W. A. Fahrenwald g. C. Holleran. Roy Zimmerman. Ii r Goldsberry. Mark Harris. Herbert Dortland. We. Kogan Jack Oniel Roy Miskimmon m ass on verson. Edw Gallagher miss Haslinger. Mrs Mcgrath. Cha. Rozum Woods Glaze. Ralph Miller. Tho. Foran. F Foss. J. G. French. Hiram j re Quot or air transport transport president of a. Who has turned from Europe sums views a follows in so fundamental an Industry a transportation no question transcends in importance that of relations be Ween the companies and their employees. And if my judgment is Correct. The coming years Wall witness a decided trend toward the decentralization of machinery for settling disputed questions and the adoption of i the sounder methods of direct bar i g Noire Between companies and their working forces is blow at strikes a your own Road and its men have already taken the leadership in this by associated press leaded wire Chicago. Til. Sept. 5.�?impending Federal court action in rates growing out of arrests for alleged violations of the injunction grate i it week by the Federal court against the six striking railway shop Craft unions occupied the foreground of the picture of the nations Industrial situation today the customary labor Day Celebration and gatherings were featured generally by speeches assailing the injunction. In some cities notably Chicago the usual labor dry programs were dispensed with entirely. Injunction is assailed while some labor Day orators in their refer Macb to the injunction other Union leaders appearing As speakers followed Samuel compere. President of Tho american federation of labor in attacking the restraining order speaking 1 at Philadelphia or Gompes reiterated his charge that the injunction was a violation of the Constitution and the Laws of the land i members of the executive Council i of the american federation of t a to turned their Steps towards Atlanta City today although their conference was originally set to begin next saturday the american federation of labor leaders planned to take Possession of a private suite in a hotel in Atlantic City tomorrow at this j gathering or Gomper said he would Scott. Miss Evans. A fighting bobs is opposed m or senatorial nomination bad Garfield and recently nce Sailor during the War enlisted in the marines at Paris Island. S. C charter ii the Dav following Peters identifier a lawyer phoned sheriff wer that Walter Ward. 31. Vice or cadent of the Ward baking company living in the neighbouring Aubin of new Rochelle would bras the Slayer of Peters waited from saturday to Mon yesterday. Lord Robert Cecil of great Britain Leader of the libera forces launched a fight against secret Chi Plo Macy when the session opened. Although the United states is not a member of the league America had the largest delegation on hand. I Chicago. Ii. Sep 5.�?Bishop Sam i Uel Fallows head of the reformed episcopal Church died at 4 30 o Milwaukee. Wlm. Sept 5�?wiscon t a clock this morning sin voters Are today in primary elec the Bishop fell ill o. Pneumonia Hon determining the makeup of the last winter1anft to to at was attributed broader acceptance and use. The beginning of his fatal nines last a a a a. _ t _ _ list of candidates including Tho it of i sprint he went to California where Ltd s la on f take Road United states senator congressmen j he was Able to recuperate and was a i do and state and legislative tickets who belie de to have is Caox a Fukuhei a j question and there has been Success j Hammerton. G Kanouff. E fully set up a workable and working to Evans in plan of employee representation for j total $355 the adjust rent of controversial mat i ter a unions will continue to exist., and a they can do much Good under wis leadership which appreciates financial and economic necessities i j rect bargaining Between the separate managements and their own men. Is. Generally speaking the Correct meth j i of j a your employee representation plan it on the Pennsylvania system is pure j collective bargaining and it is Rasonable to believe that this method of wage adjustment we re More personal i relations Between management and j working forces will in time gain j. Evans. Policy is scored Union leaders were berating Prier Over to americans a Ting in Uno fic j will have their names printed on the Ial capacities were present. Cecil in the annual report the general he As tit w re surrendered he said j a hot Peters in self defense culmination of a blackmail plot. Which he had been forced to pay 1 a re of in. Sums of from $1,000 to $5.-� in order to keep some secret knew to refused to a he soc ret but said a final pay or of $t5,000 was demanded the by of May 15 under penalty of vhf for himself his wife and his Small children. Chapter toc 4 a m. May 16. Ward said. Quot he drove in his Coupe to meet re a Charley Ross and a Jack. Appeared in a roadster he Peters climbed into his Coupe a v Pawn revolver. Ward who is a cried lumped out toward him. His assailant s right hand with a a right to thit when the oth in gent off the Bullet went he he Coupe window Simul i j a ibo Drew his own gun with h hand and shot Peters through a h est. J spun and fell dead in the Ward ran. Toward the of her a exchanged eight or nine r pays with the other two j a Hon tarted Tiv air machine and a Ward left the body lying inroad chapter i a. Pre surren 1 seated to the Assembly recommend the that the fullest publicity be Given to Al sessions of the league. Following appointment of a credentials commission the Assembly adjourned until this afternoon to permit the commission prepare its report. Admission of Germany was to be demanded at this session it was brought out. Hungary too appeared Likely to be taken in France was expected to Lead a fight against Ger-1 Many being taken in before All her a debts were paid or arranged for representatives of counties took part in today deliberations. The following nations delegations were absent. Honduras. Nicaragua. Salvador. Haiti Argentine Bolivia and Peru. Of hard Coal men ratify peace i an of Pepper and Reed is finally sanctioned by scale committee Philadelphia a. Sept 5.�?after a Stormy session which lasted seven hours the Compromise strike Settle the sheriff deputies and de men plan of senators Pepper and Ward toured Broadway cab a new York. Searching for hey a Quot and Jack he one a race track Gambler and a her a hired gunman. G mrs Ward said a i m with husband a v. N r Campbell. Wards Law a i he bid a package of Black letters he refused to say r a woman was concerned in Reed accepted by Anthracite operators and miners was ratified by the miners scale committee shortly after 3 of clock yesterday morning ratification of the pact was announced by John l. Lewis president of the United mine workers ratification wednesday . A. Sept. 5 a final ratification of the peace pact signed by Anthracite operators and Union official ballots at Tion in november. United states senator Robert m j la Follette seeks to be returned. A campaigned the state quite thorough by in defense of his record on War and other measures in the upper House of Dongress he attacked president Harding s administration and its acts. He said the four Power treaty As Well As the Versailles treaty were objectionable to him and the Mccumber for Nev Tariff Bill he pronounced the a greatest robber Tariff Ever the Esch cum mins Law was denounced and the proposed ship subsidy attacked William a. Garfield president of Carroll College and chosen by the citizens Republican Wing to oppose la Follette put up an Active Campaign in which he attacked the senior senators War record his proposal to deprive the supreme court of the final determination As to constitutionality of Laws and what be termed his apparent affiliation with the socialists associated with senator la Follette j j and or. Garfield heading two Separ i ate Republican Tickes Are governor i John j. Blaine and attorney general Willim j. Morgan respectively each racing for the party gubernatorial i j nomination added of this is a third party Republican gubernatorial candidate in mayor a Mchenry of a i Oshkosh running As an Independent i on a a constitutional Liberty plat i form Mchenry candidacy couple with those of mayor a a. Bentley of i a i Crosse and Karl Mashie Wausau j who seek the gubernatorial Nomina i Tion on the democratic ticket As we 1 and dry candidates respectively i a expected in a measure to Tes the strength of the prohibition cause in i Wisconsin. Oages of the disease elec 1 he returned to chichi up August 14 hopeful of regaining his old vigor and resuming his varied activities which had made him one of the most widely known National figure the Long Overland trip however drained his strength and the following Day he was reported ii of exhaustion on the next Day be was reported improving and hi3 physician thee expressed the Belier int would entirely recover the Bishop at noon yesterday suffered a relapse which a seen to be a critical stage to then Sank Grad a i do not anticipate government pm ownership of railroads in the United it a to because that would inevitably Washington d. C. Kept bring government operation which 1 the convening of the Senate and Means mismanagement and us for House a meeting of the Cabinet today political purpose j the government was again entering a growing recognition a there is a growing recognition of the truth that Railroad rate making is largely a commercial matter and is order to be conducted on a sound basis must admit of son degree of initiative my negotiation consequently i rasher anticipate some changes in this direction during the next few years. A if condition Are such that the i necessary funds can a obtained from investors there should be decided Smith mrs in a a la committee request a form various labor organizations for j a general strike Cal federation of ? had previously asserted that a the Council is without authority to j Cal q general strike without Sanction by a National conference of the federation i Abor we Hile i the Daugherty injunction in labor j a Hermes the Industrial situation was dealt with by speakers of a diff in iln5r a a of were notable examples of these were the speeches of Secretary of labor Dawn to j Mooseheart. Ill and Edward j Brundage. Attorney general of Illinois a at a gathering of republicans identified with the Brundage i party in Illinois i Secretary Davis declared a no Gib it a w. I can too High foe Tho who a a Ocia Cess leased wire j execute such dastardly do a the 5�?with deliberate wrecking of a try Garv the Holiday period was not wlm to 1 it contribution to the growing Quot ii outrages incident to the Railroad i Cabinet takes up both Coal Ano rail wars Senate considers measure providing for prevention of profiteering Wing of th1 end came peacefully Progress in the electrification of rail Ual a until the this morning. Besides a daughter. Alice Katherine Fallows who resided with her father the Bishop is survived by two sons. Edward h Fallows an attorney of new York City and major Charles s. Fallows of Saratoga Alif. And a second daughter. Mrs. William Mayer of fan Francis . Bishop Fallows wit Lucia Retina 3 Huntington,.died in 1016 of i ways. At such Points where the density of traffic will warrant the capital outlay. J profiteering its attention on the Coal and rail situation return of officials and labor leaders who left town to spend the Holiday or fill speaking engagements was expected to further bring to a focus the Industrial situation attorney general Daugherty who has been absent from the capita since his trip to Chicago to Institute the j government s injunction suit against j the striking railway showmen was among those expected Back Coal by in Senate the administration Bill to prevent i in Coal prices was still Ber i i evil a workers break through approach to argon a Etc will re Ich prisoners soon before the Senate today. Chairman Cummins of the interstate Commerce j com Mitt was prepared to continue his efforts to have the Senate Susti i tue its own Bill for that already Pas to v a tel both Hoo which be has stated i a a Raky a a a a it att goes outside the jurisdiction of the Federal government by undertaking to regulate interstate movement of j Coal the constitutionality of the i Senate Bill also was under discussion a the much discussed motor truck will. I believe became an important auxiliary of Tho Railroad supplementing rather than superseding it. For railroads Ara designed to be the a a wholesale carriers to perform the heavy bulk service especially Over Long distances motor transport it would seem is destined chiefly for the a a retail or local Field not worried about air a marvelous scientific Progress has i the Senate adjourned saturday. Been made in air transp not but Nei i discussion of the Industrial Situa ther in the matter of carrying Pas i Hon in the Light of the government s Sergers or freight does it seem Rob injunction suit in the rail strike and Able that this method of transport j Alao he \ Ritua settlement of the an Tion will for Many years seriously in i Bra site dispute was looked for of strike a bomb a thrown on the porch t f the Horn of h m. Dom. A fanta be shop worker at san . Calif at Ardmore. Okla inspectors were investigating what Santa be Railroad officials said was an attempt to wreck a passenger train bound from Kansas City to Galveston. To Ginger reported that he found an open switch with the signal lights broken off. Bridge is fired a fire which damaged a it. Louis fan Francisco railway Bridge at Bengal of Lawas extinguished by Farmer and saw Mill hand two men were arrested at can a mating a to wreck a Louisville and Nashville passenger on saturday other arrests included that of John a Stecklein. Acting chairman of the i shop crafts federation at Needles 1 # 3rof 3cot> Ohn editor j published of the labor review at i Memphis. Ten charged with violate inc Federal injunctions Memphis police mad Public an i alleged confession Road and terminal facilities for the proper handling of the immense volume of traffic which we have every reason to anticipate.�?�, _ a _ 1 v a s a v a a Ltd we a i i but a mire 1 a a leaders in Philadelphia will take place t v it re was he for the grand jury 8 released in. $10,006 bail. Chapter v. Sedation Ward admitted that six a ? before he took Poison and Vul escaped Drath. The doctor n or Ward Aid it was Accident a a d mrs Ward a there is no Wor in the Case. I have absolute r i nce in my husband and Lino or pc ii be entirely to j a Iid to have confessed the blackmail Story to his wife in a f it in after the shooting ? father who returned from f one the Day of the shooting re try i to have refused his sons last 8�?T ii for blackmail Money saying not spend a cent for blackmail b Iny amount to jail the plotters a a i Pete rss father a award s Story a is chapter i. Crit cism became Rife against dist it it Orney sheriff and Coroner. Coroner Fitzgerald puzzled by d s-8 a Ranee of raters it pistol. He said found Only on discharged Shell u the seen in spite of the barrage re described also found tracks Only one car and no signs of a a Tittle to persons living within 200 j at-1 say a they heard no shots. Ward Rosine As chairman of the a Rochelle police commission. Chapter Vii. 1 strict attorney weeks announced himself dissatisfied with Ward s a believed a Charley Ross a i Jack fictitious characters. Continued on Page two Here when the Tri District convention begins sessions tomorrow it is customary for the convention to last three Days and it will probably a Frida afternoon before the final reports. That will Send 155,000 hard Coal miners into the shafts on september la. Are adopted. Corn crop hurried to maturity to hit weather of past Jackson Cal., sept 5�?miner? entombed in the Argonaut Gold min. Ince a week ago last sunday night signalled twice last night to the Rescue Crews who Are tunnelling from j Theka nned mine toward the Argonaut Shaft. Robert Ligner. One of the working with the Rescue Crew i i said today. Excavators working on the 3 too i foot level of the Kennedy mine late Las night broke through into wha i i known a a the old shift which i Lead to within seventy five feet of Sutherland Given supreme Bench Post when Clarke resigns a o a f the Seth w Poston. Vat the Field of land or water Large today s Cabinet meeting. The latter with the killing of Quot r inert Ion scale transport. Development is generally viewed As in which Poston broadly speaking the or a prob t having Verv materially lightened the fitted pm of the future will be to provide Bir Jen of the Industrial crisis for president Harding and the administration Poller definitely cast although rail entanglements Are still to be faced the administrations policy in that regard is seen to Hae been definitely cart in the injunction suit any future Steps proceeding from that. It is believed will take the course of Law enforcement and prosecution of disturber to the Rob Able exclusion of negotiations medications or other Contact with transportation organizations of Washington d. Cd. Sept 5.�?associate Justice John h Clarke of Ohio has resigned from the United state supreme court it was announced yesterday at the White House. Weather report South Dakota generally fair to Nicht and wednesday not so warm wednesday. By associated press leased wire i Sioux City la sept 5.�?the hot i dry weather of the week just ended j hurried the Corn crop toward maturity. Hurried it too fast in numerous George h Sutherland former soothe 4.20n foot level of the Argonaut j Ator from Utah a been appointed to on How much muck is found in succeed him. This old working which is about 3 50 feet Long depend the time it will Tak the diggers to get through to the 7 5 feet of Quartz tha separates Shaft it is the belie of miners on the Job that the old Tunnel is not flier reaches Texas Iby associated press Fjean de wire san Antonio. Tex., sept 5�?lieu-,Anant James h. Doolittle landed at Antonio at 7 10 this morning re a his one Stop flight from coast to coast and hopped off again for san pm go calif., at 8 23 after replenish "2 Hie gasoline and Oil Supply. Instances in northeastern Nebraska a Tho Shaft from the Argonaut min and South Dakota though there Are few reports of such damage in Northwest Iowa according to special reports to the Tribune. In some sections maturity of Early Fields has reached the stage where Light Frost were not injurious but in most places Early planted Fields and earlier varieties will require some More time threshing is nearly completed in a1 sections and yields As a Rule. Have been satisfactory fall blowing is Weli advanced a a cent in a few places who the ground has been too dry for that work. Pastures re badly in need of rain in nearly All sections. La. S. German Money order meet Heid up Justice i a Ark mailed his resignation to the White House from his Home in Youngstown Ohio. It will become effective september is. When he will reach the age of 65 years or Clarke gave his reason for wishing to be relieved of his supreme today mar can Behague Garne find Eon 3cfi 1##�?4 Jaa sea �?3 Chaplin. Hoyt la i a 1a 1 and badly stopped up and that the re j court duties that retirement at 65 roaming 75 feet to be Cut through will be reached som time today. If the old Shaft is cleaned out today Rescue workers said the Argonaut Shaft probably would be reached by a a Nesayt which is a Day earlier than it was at first expected the entombed men could be reared Harding recommends abrogation of pact wet re Panama Republic years would conform to his a philosophy of adding that he hoped a to serve his Neihbors and some Public causes in a Way which would be impossible if he continued on the for Clarke who was nominated to the supreme court Bench in 1016 by former president Wilson in Point of service is the Junior assistant Justice first Boston. New York Bonnock re hang second Cam Boston. New Tork. W Collin and Hebang. T first game Detroit. Ann on a 130�?a Chicago ____1 no inn 24�?9 13 Ehmke and Wodill. Hassles lever Etfer Mack. Hodge and Mehalk. Shop Foreman. Is said to have and he was one of several who pulled Spike and of ened rails in Art attempt 0 wreck a Frisco train near Capeville. Tenn. Aug ?6 the Shopman for Whis death the men a held was shot from ambush. Would give women voice miss Jeanette Rankin of Montana the first woman to sir in Congress declared in a speech at Peoria. Ill that the wives of Union Mer should participate with their in the conduct of Union affairs. Miss Rankin asserted that women. Who Are vitally eone red in strikes had no voice m deciding whether strike should be called biggest still in county held Rue. 103 i. 003 n i Bush and 13 St of. And Federal officers raid Joe of Meyer farm ind get equipment on of the in Davish largest county stills Ever taken a found Las i night by Deputy state sheriff Smith _ and raters and Federal officer Bint National league Novice is Winner of Speed boat contest can one non a $ too 3 ?0x�?6 0 Washington d Sept 5.�?the Post office department announced today that inasmuch As Germany wis reported to have terminated ail Money under Exchange transaction with All nations that negotiation Between the United state and Germany for a Money order convention would for the time be held up. Won t sidetrack to Riff Washington. D. A sept. 5�?by a vote of five to three Senate and Washington. P c., sept. 5 a abrogation of the present treaty arrangement with Panama which he said was intended to operate Only the construction of the Panama canal and the negotiation of a my treaty Kwh that government was recommended to Congress today president Harding of election Gill it Washington. D c., sept. 2�?the Pomerene Bill regulating Campaign expenditures of candidates for election to the Senate and House was it ass Onate press leased wire Detroit Mich. Sept 5.�?colonel j. G Vincent a Novice in Power Bolt racing today holds he Gold Chal Pittsburgh Lenge cup. Most highly prize of american yachting trophies. The prize was won yesterday when with the by i speedy Packard Chriss Craft. Colonel Vincent easily took the third and final Heit of the american Power boat association classic defeating among others the entry of Garfield a. Wood who held the championship seven years tin t in a to o v. Passed today by the Senate tin Why is Uhls wrong. Vote of five to three Senate and measure takes the place of the Law the answer will be found among House conferees refused today to a held unconstitutional in the new today a want ads. Sidetrack the administration Tariff Berry Case. It now goes to the what a a Blunder do you Suee est Bill for the soldiers Bonus measure House. Diff. When Thev raided the farm of Job de Meyer five Miles Southwest of Mit i Robeli two still one holding a parlay of forty gallon and the of her about j thirty were found carefully hidden under a Bridge crossing a ditch on j de Meyer s lend in addition to the _ 1 stills the officers found five barrels Barnes. Bonnard and j nor a Jash in a Corn Field. A Meyer and of adv 1 j in county jail awaiting a hear Ann 001 n2o�? 3 on too 20r 120�?ll i a it 3 in morning. Bill Snyder. Vance. Mamaux and do Rev ring of Mitchell was arrested on the and Henlin i charge of manufacturing liquor w Hen Louis. Too too no officer raided his Home and found 200 010 35 a Quantity of Mash and Moonshine. Sell. Barfoot and Ainsmith Morrish Moonshine and a gallon of wine son and Gooch. Wa5, found concealed in holes in a second Gam j Garden plot at the rear of the Snyder new York. Too too 200�?2 6 0 Horn while the Mash was found in 004 00x�?4 first Garme j new York. A Boston. Ryan v. Smith. Miller first Gam Philadelphia. 6 0 to i and Mcquillan. Ryan. V. Barnes. Snyder. Marquand and of Neill. Second game Brooklyn a. 510 Ooi Philadelphia. Afro 022 although it was his second appear i Rither. Grimes. And Miller Ance in a big race colonel Vincent Weiner. Singleton and Peter handled Hie Craft like a Veteran and Chicago. 020 too 0 at no time during the three thirty i Cincinnati. Too 010 0 mile heats was his leadership serious Osborne and Wirt Luque and by challenged. I wins the House Snyder was released on $400 Bonds and the Case will be heard in a fed-1 Era court. 1 a Uncle s gun fatal St. Paul. Minn. Sept. 2�?Edward Mcvay four year old son of or. And mrs. L w. Mcvay of this City. Was killed last night when he accidentally discharged a revolver found la i Uncle a automobile. V v
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