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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - September 11, 1922, Mitchell, South Dakota
The evening Republican third edition vol. Xxxviii. Mitchell South Dakota monday september la 1922 number 292injunction fight starts insanity to be m. Phillips plea woman kills supposed rival with Hammer Only to f ind stories false diary mute evidence Mem Lar savagery of is vying Contr its strongly with poise of Mirrer ens the Tiamos of a half dozen Mon in end out of Tho diary kept by mrs Alberta Meadows victim n the a Hammer slaying Tes a the husband. Killed in a train Accident a year age. A mentioned several times with yearning. The name. presumed to he the Man whose wife i charged with killing mrs mend of. Occurs but once. Without comment. There also is a mysterious pick Quot a passage dated april 2? read Lillian and Genera mrs. Meadows sister went to i. Wilson or easter. I went to Church and o Mcelroy s for dinner. She fixed n Lovely table. Met or Phillips went to show with Lucas. Even to movies last night with billion. Going somewhere tonight. Sure hate to stay Home. A it. 30 took wild Flowers to losses grave. T could hardly stand there and Sec his name engraved in that place. Still i in glad i had it done. Pick Hast phoned for two Days. I , if to s out of town. Be certainly puzzles me. Every time t see him a differently. I cart not quite understand his actions and vet i feel sorry for him in a Way. Pere scents to he so Many mis mated couples in the world to vip 1=, a went to my Elroy s last night and pick was there. Of. What a a i disappointment. He Urb what i thought him to be. T m certainly glad i awakened while the Sun was Smyl shining tune 21 a a year ago Jesse and i were sitting on our front porch wondering where we would be today i hate to look ahead Row Alf i desire is to look Hack and dream Over memories never to be forgotten.,Lune 2�?T- going to Beach tonight with Gilbert Pond expect to have a Good time. Las. Nigh Luas came just after Gilbert went. Planning a bathing party next saturday Ycre the diary end Elcox Back from Europe still boosts league some democratic Leader however Hope to sidetrack foreign Issue Are sure of Victory g o. P. Mistakes the de i Lare. Sufficient without reviving Wilson ipe cantonese seizing american property missionary reports in associated press i eased wire Shanghai China. La a fore a Ihle occupation of american in Sion buildings and destruction of foreign property in d regard to rights of i americans by Canton military officials tinder general Chen rung Ling in haying. Kwangung province is i reported Here in advices from s s brith. In charge of Mission work at having. Reith charge that civil authorities in having Are Active in disseminating of anti Christian propaganda and supporting the military officials an urgent protest against the Dep mad Pons has be it a forwarded to Beith to the american Consul at Nwator Wlaborn attorney wins Point As hearing Wilkerson entertains motion to dismiss injunction against showmen fight will be bitter pop a rom ent of Ustick seeks to have Tom Roh Ary Opper m ape permanent figures in the los Angeles h Amr or slaying Rase. Mrs it Lara Phillips charged with the slaying enter in the upper left is a. L. Phillips her husband lower left is Genera Tremaine sister of the slain woman and expected to be called As a witness. Mrs. Alberta Meadows tile victim upper right. Middle right. Middle right is mrs. Peggy Caffee who is said to have told Poller she was an eyewitness to the slaying Low i or right is judge Frederick w. Houser before whom mrs. Phillips will by tried. 0 Corn Palace show travels to los Angeles in special train arabian nights winning special notice in theatric Ai. Press by i Akk a Eros Angeles. Ca. Sept j in modern no womanhood in the dip be age passions will be presented est Minny in judge f. W houses it Here sep is. When the seed a Hammer slaying Quot Case opens Landing to the Case As outlined by District attorney s office. Or deliberate Hunt. Tigeris tor and mutilation with a Spectator helpless terror and exulting fur it against such accusations a Clara Phillips must defend her he is charged with having killed Alberta Meadows. 2 0-year-old of with a Hammer because of red rivalry for her husband s love latching the singular savagery of or is the amazing poise of the rear old former stage Beauty who been dubbed Quot the woman with the cola since her arrest my flight and her formal plea of. Guilty Quot she has not uttered a in words despite the most Cung Era its of officials and in a i in Rill a he talk As she has intimate at the trial0 and what will she against the expected revolting Mon of mrs. Peggy Caffee. Ber Mer Tage Friend who declares she an unwilling Spectator of the Killen a lonely Road near Here Judith these questions speculate the of room a bans Quot As they prepare to nimble for seats to see a pretty won on trial for murder. Be unwritten Law apparently has n eliminated by discovery that ?<51p under which mrs. Abii is h urged with having acted was bout foundation in the linking of Meadows girl with Armour l. Lips. Dapper texan Oil Man. A the defense be insanity is a a Ion often heard it is believed it will. A Hillips. Who is said to have first sed his wife to flee and then incited her arrest May remain away no the trial. Although profess eager to Aid her he is said to e expressed doubt As to the v presence. He has strenuous c cd that there was any reason for a s jealousy. Strict attorney Thomas Lee Wool a intends to conduct the pros ecu i m person. Both a it s a Mii the will be Chort probably not More n a week. The slate will rely for v Rico mainly upon the testimony mrs Caff be it is believed y cording to the Story mrs Coffee s d to have told police she was it Jara the Day previous they pied on albertan a deserted run Erst Clara had purchased a r or at a bargain counter. Sex Day the three Young matrons re i Alberta Meadows Coupe As i re two tree Hill chatting of coins and the weather apparent-11 friends Cen. According to the alleged act Given by Peggy the veneer of a nillion years of savagery crack my husband bought you this 5 that a the Young widow made a tied denial Fri a under her rape �5 Arm Ca she a to i with the a. Ammer As a a am out of the it crashed. It j re. Meadows e she staggered weakly into j \ a Jara in Pursuit As mrs tee of \ Buck in nausea she says r bloody sacrifice to clacking sues Quot lasted for Many minutes re on the lonely Hillside lasted death came. As the state s witness f a period to Tell it booking police say Peggy 1 them. Quot i could see her there on Knees Over the body a pounding j smashing. Then she drove me k to town threatening to kill me. A if i Ever after tics Phillips arrest. Mrs Adown diary was read to her. Ere was but one mention of her Abanda a name simply Quot met or. I 111 to. A Ernie Young s arabian nights revue. Which is to furnish the main attraction at the Mitchell Corn Palace this year. Is now playing at the pageant of Progress in los Angeles. The show was taken to los Angeles by special train direct from Chicago and will come to Mitchell at the close of the to Angeles engagement. Theatrical critics and the Public Are United in their Praise of this production which is said to be one of the highest class musical comedy Hows Ever seen West of Chicago fifty girls who take part in the show were selected for their Beauty ability to dance and for their ability to sing one critic summed up the show with the following words a Light As the Spring zephyrs gorgeous As the roman pageants and Beautiful beyond belief Quot variety. New York leading theatrical paper published last week an account of the move production from Chicago to the big los Angle exposition the account reads a the Plum of this years musical extravagance went to Ernie Young when he disposed of i original Marigold musical show to the to Angeles pageant of Progress to run there fifteen Days a Young entrained i performer on a special six car train which consisted of two baggage cars a diner and three pullmans. Young is it coating his show to the coast and making it somewhat of a musings vacation trip. Returning with the Peru retires Champ cl0be tr0tter in Ain i r a in has made rum Ofca Buff ii goo Miles on Jaunt South american Republic bases action on attitude of United Stites by associated press leased wire Lima. Peru. Sept. La a Peru does not intend to participate any further in the work of the league of nations and will reconsider her decision Only in Case the United Tate decides to join the league according to foreign. Minister Salomon who explained Peru a failure to Send delegates to the present Assembly of the league Peru did not name delegates to the present Assembly of the league of nations Quot the foreign minister said Quot nor had it any intention of naming any. Neither does it intend to name delegates to future assemblies. Since it considers the league lot All its efficiency when the United Stales manifested its decision not to form a part of it. Peru will reconsider its attitude Only in Case the unite state should decide to join the in urn to Vav Cabinet named by a it a ated pre lenses wire London. Eng. Sept new greek Cabinet has been formed according to an Athens dispatch to the Exchange i graph. It a headed by m. Tripp i. Quot Ako w o o in tikes the portfolios of War and n m. On taxis is mini a of a or. In a to. Bou Sulo. Interior m. I o it of a a foreign minister and m Kansas National Economy. By associated press lenses wire Chicago. 111. Sept. Kotal. Who arrived her for in South America on a 40.000 mile foot journey around most of the world was greeted As worlds Champion Globe Trotter by several czech slovakian countrymen. Already he declared he has covered 11.500 Miles walking through South and Central America mexi a and a Large Section of the United state his daily journeys have a. Show after the Western tour. A it is reported Young is receiving v and All i of aes both ways while West Voitier it acting As special representative of Chicago mayor and the president of the pageant of Progress by delivering letters to the same authorities in los Angelein ? previous number of variety the following statement appear a Ernie voting launched his third musical production in Chicago last put Over his revue a sound substantial and satisfying hit of the in mine contingent Ann Greenway and Leonette Ball dominate miss Greenway is a Prima Donna of repossessing appearance who know How to hastily costume herself and at the a Roe time has a Vole put to Good Coal men Back at work majority of Milf it Reri in without waiting for formal signing of agreement rage Miles. Contr act signed by associated press leased wire a Scranton. A. Sept. contract that sent mine worker Hack to work at their old wages after being Idle More Titan Hie months was formally signed today by representatives of Tho miners and the operators. Sheppard Bill Massachi setts files a Toon against v. S. Board of of a. The ratty and Hagine go getters Washington. P to. Up ii a the constitutionality of the Sheppard Towner maternity Law is attacked by the a Tae of Alness Achuletta in a position filed in Tho supremo court of the United crates asking permission to bring an original suit against Secretary of rho Treasury Mellon the chief c the children a Bureau of the department o flavor the surgeon general of Mio j Public health service ind or cot Ini Oner o of location who under the ret. Constitute the Board of maternity and infant Hygiene the proceeding was in touted by order of the general court of Massachusetts and would restrain those charged with Tho enforcement of the Law from carrying its provisions into effect especially by prohibiting the expenditure of any Public funds Massachusetts contended that the Art was unconstitutional and void he cause it would impair and violate her soverign nov rights and the right of her citi7en? by associated press leased wire Wilkes Barre. A. Sept. of the 155.000 Anthracite mine work cts on strike for five months return j cd to work today Many of them 1 did not wait for the formal signing a of the agreement which was ratified saturday but were waiting at the Mouth of the mines when the Whis-1 ties blew at six a in signing of the new wage scale by Union official and representatives of the operators1 was of t for 11 n clock John l Lewis president of the United mine workers declared at Leas p8 percent of the men were satisfied with the new scale and that a great majority would resume Wrork today. The remainder he added. Would return a san As the mines Are put in condition for operation by the end of the week it is my peeled several Hundred thousand tons will be on the Market. Leading operators said the Normal output of two million tens a week probably would not he reached before the iat of this month. By m Ark Sulli an National political of Tho fit Orioll evening Republican and the now York evening Post new York. N Al sept. La copyright 1922 by the Mitchell evening Republican and the new a Ork evening Post a there will arrive in this town next sunday. James Cox fresh from Contact with Europe and toe league of nation and already pie reded by cabled remarks indicating that he continued to think the some As he thought two years ago about the relations Between America and Europe. Because of those Cable from London last week or Cox is going to he met on i arrival Hei by some democratic Leader in person and by urgent messages from other pome of the democratic Lender who have not been away this summer hut Are in touch with event Here at Home. Think that things Are going very Well with the party. They think they Are going to win this year s to ogre Salon i Campaign to a great an extent As they care to win it on the Issue of dissatisfaction with Harding and the Republican Congress. Would Side step league in the View of these democratic leaders since Harding and the republicans Are presenting them with As Good an Issue and As adequate a Quantity of Campaign material a Joey want it would be cont rat All accepted principle of political strategy for sex governor a of to raise a different Issue. To use a new verb current in the political phraseology of the present year the democrats Are a Para mounting Issue of pepnmua1 mistakes in the Maine election next week. In Michigan Thev Are a Para mounting the Newberry Issue. In new Jersey the local leaders Are a Para mounting the a wet Quot Issue in Minnesota the Loial leaders Are Quot Para mounting the a dry Quot Issue. For or Cox now to a super Paramount Quot the Issue of foreign relation in top of All the others might Embarrass a Campaign which Fate seems to be managing quite nicely for the Democrat this View that it would he a mistake for Cox next sunday to trumpet out anything about foreign relations is held almost universally by what May to called the working Democrat for leaders and some of them Are much concerned about it. Cox May Xiu plan a Ait probably Cox won t hesitate to consider Tho suggestion of the other leaders he behoves profoundly in his theory about the relations of America to Europe he has sat in his office at Dayton and figured out and thought out As carefully As any move in his own highly successful business thereafter with the deliberate purpose of perfecting Bis knowledge be has spent several months in Contact with european leaders of thought and with european conditions. He will never abandon the conviction that from motives both of pro no i pm e and of business we must take account of the state of Europe. Re. Lieving so strongly that time and economic pressure will soon make this inevitable he May be the More willing to let time and pressure do the work. At the same time Cox is quite capable of taking the position that this Issue is bigger than winning any one election and that the doctrine should be preached at every available Opportunity he has As much Confidence in the ultimate to i Niph of this in sue a even Wilson himself for most men in of to s position it would Cost a Good Deal of a fort to remain silent on his arrival from Europe. He must be aware How dramatic a Quality such an occasion is. How great a sounding Board is the deck of a steamship fresh from Europe and Voith the preliminary suspense and hush of seven Day the Ocean when Bryan after his d Sastros defeat in too took his trip around the world and returned from Europe to new a a re in 19bk the occasion made him the Center of Public attention to a degree never exceeded in his experience the meeting he addressed in Madison Square Garden on that occasion was in Many rap pacts the High spot of his taken turks in Power As greeks flee it ital filled Avith refugees. Mana of a Hom Are suffering fron famine j Smyrna. Sept Force of turkish nationalist infantry today were holding All strategic Points in the City. I the troop Are under strict order against indulgence in excesses the foreign representatives have been in formed refugees numbering 150,000 Are Here. Having trailed in for Day afoot on donkeys and in a Art some j crazed by famine. Only those provided Voith Money Hay been Able to leave obtaining passage at a tor Tio Nate rate to the ionian and other greek islands. To rl\5 Al Ake up i a Rtula por world Ayar losses London. Erg. Sept. N a sweeping the greek forces from Asia minor Iii two weeks the turkish nationalists have at least partly nullified the loss a to their nation through the world a r j thus is created a situation demanding the immediate adoption of a United policy by great Britain. France and Italy and such a policy i far from existent according to the View generally held Here i Ranee and Italy were accused in some quarters of having not Only encouraged the be Malats but of having supplied them with arms and Muni a dons although it is reported now in j the same circles they Are becoming alarmed at the unexpected extent of i the turkish successes Italy concern is to said to have been manifested in a freshly expressed desire for a preliminary conference of the Allie at a in ice to consider the situation but thi finds no favor in London the press Greet indications of alarm the my claims advanced by the turkish representatives in Paris and Rome while soviet Russia s alleged desire to establish a bolshevism Kem Alist Alliance aimed at control of constant Inopia and the Straits of the Dardanelles brings renewed demands that the neutrality of the a he maintained at All co to. a believes tor is Are a or old men Aue to Don. Eng. Sept Morge Fathau former United states ambassador to Turkey believes that the Issue involved in the new Asia minor crisis will reach farther than Smyrna or Athens and that the prestige of the British Empire is seriously threatened in an article in the sunday times he exhorts Grear Britain. France and Italy to Stop their jealousies and prejudices and to r fuse to permit the Turk to regain control of Gonso Pantinople and of the Dardenelle under any pretext. Or. Morgenthau asserts that the peace of the Balkans depends essentially on the allies retaining control of the Dardene ies and further dec la re Quot a false Crep now a fes tomorrow May find that the German military part and the russian b Al sheiks have again United to threaten the peace of the world the a wily he Points out. Has succeeded again in dividing the allies and hold the upper hand in Asia minor big shipments of Coal on Way vessel men say a eni Zolo to Paris Geneva. Switz sept Llam it a Izelous former Premier of Greece who is visiting at St Moritz with his fam i Fly. Intend to go to Paris probably a on tuesday unless the Levei Ozment j in Greece meantime cause him to alter his plan he is expected to a Confer with political and personal friends in the frenc capital regard my the situation in Athens m. A eni zeros declines to discuss the i greek political situation but friends see in his proposed trip to Paris Evi i Dence. He anticipates the possibility of being Ca lied Back to Power in i Greece Che of iowan is wrecked by bombers 400.000 tons of fuel expected to Reath Duluth at thin a Atuk or ten Dasar add denies he will be candidate for president again of the a pure plea of the piano t m a lonesome piano that nobody plans unused in a Corner. Urn spending my Days a want and inserted some student would bring. To rent tr2 for practice while learning to rive by associated pres i cased a ire Dahn Falls. Id. Sept. It William g. Mcadoo. Former Secretary of a Treasury. Characterize As blink Quot a recent report from new York in which aah. A. Lyons of Dan a ver. Toh. Said or Mcadoo had told him that he would be a candidate for Tho democratic presidential nomination in 12 4. Or. Mad of said that should he decide to make a run for the tre i Denoy he would announce his candidacy direct to the american people English debt funding Board til leave soon for America report by associated pro leased wire London. Eng. Sept la a the times Sav that the British debt funding delegation will leave for he United state Verv shortly. The personnel to still unknown hut it has been sue be Ted that sir Robert s. Horne. Chancellor of the exchequer will head the delegation and adds the times. No doubt the government has fully provided a Eif with the Neoe Ary dollars to play the first half year s interest of non oaf pounds. Russ wont curtail by associated press teased wire gha Chung. Sept. 11 a the russian delegation to the Russo japanese conference Here have submitted notice that Quot negotiations cannot be limited to far Eastern the Jap sense delegates have telegraphed to i Kio for instruction. By associated press leased a ire Duluth. Minn. Sept. La a immediate temporary Relief fyn a the unprecedented fuel shortage which faces the Northwest is seen in the movement of fifty vessels which reliably informed Duluth be Seim a say will bring tons of Coal to the head of the Lake within the next week or to Dave each vessel. It was said will carry a cargo of approximately 8.not to is a report of the impending influx of fuel was received by vessel agents of Duluth and was made Public with the arrival of eight Coal Carrier at Duluth and Superior docks Between 7 p. In. Saturday and p. In. Yesterday the Coal Duluth tug men said. Is being leaded at Cleveland Toledo. Conneaut. Fairport and Lorraine Ohio. All posts on Lake Erie resides the eight boats that arrived it was reported that 25 ship Are proceeding up the Lake to Duluth and Superior. They will arrive within the next 3 or 4 Days. The remainder of the Fin ships thai have been chartered tor Coal cargoes at the lower Lake ports Are awaiting the Ai rival of Coal from the mine Dis Moines. To sept. La it of powder bombs wrapped in paper were hurled from a passing automobile into the front Yard of e l. Smith s Home at a Aliey Junction last night destroying three window lights and demolished the front porch. No one was injured. Smith is a nonunion Foreman in the Pip and tin shop Here he said he had received no threats from striking workmen and that he had no personal enemies today baseball National of ague Avon t a it ate order Lii ongo. Iii. Sept i a1 judge Janus la. A ilk it on j today denied the motion of attorneys for the rail strike leaders that the government s Bill for a temporary injunction be distil imbed. A i am not prepared to decide at thi time that the Hill fails to it up any ground for the a Ouirt Vii id. Judge Wilkerson ordered the government to proceed with it.? argument.? for an injunction to take tile place of the restraining order granted ten dais ago w hit ii expire Tony. Chicago. I sept. in the government ? motion to make permanent the temporary injunction against the rail striker opened to i a a a it o clock thi morning before Federal judge tame la Wilkerson. Blackburn Estelline assistant to the solicitor general opened for the government with the formal Reading of the it of defendants on whom personal service had been obtained ii i Ehberg a ins Point Donald Al Lehberg. Attorney for to m. Jewell. President and John Scott Secretary treasurer of the railway urn ploy is department of the a Merman federation of labor called attention to the motion he filed saturday asking dismissal of the injunction so far As it relate to his Clines and said it should take pro Cedenie Over the governments motion. Or. Esterlyne o Atter or. Rich erg bad stated his plea and mover the court proceed to consider the governments petition judge Wilkerson ruled there a no distinction Between a motion to dismiss the Bill and a motion to set aside the temporary restraining order and said he would hear the striker attorney on the former question. In connection with charges that there a a widespread conspiracy for violence during the strike government men mentioned 25 murders the tampering with tin Ann Railroad cars the burning of by Bridge and the damaging of Many locomotive Den Vang the existence of such u Een piracy by the railway unions ant demanding that judge a Adkerson vacate the injunction. Attorney. Plea. Herg built up his defense on the ground the government had failed to make a Ca a that the injunction is in violation of the a Sta it on Ai t and tin it was obtained through mls repro sent at Ion for ulterior and unlawful Quot motive answer sabotage Hare a on Cernetig the sabotage charges attorney Rich erg said Quot the railway unions have not Only agreed that perpetrators of an violence in connection with the strike should be harsh it punished hut they also have sought to co opera in with the proper authorities to prevent any illegal acts the Union lenders have time arid again warned the membership against any lawlessness Many government investigators who took part in the collection of evidence were on hand to testify. Suh poentes. It was said. Might run into the hundreds with indications that the hearings would last several Day both Side noncommittal except to discuss Tho proceedings in the most general terms both Side remained noncommittal As Thev approached the opening of the Ca a the scene of today action a Laid in the court room of former judge k. M. Landis where the famous Standard do and i to a Case War heard. None of the principals in the go Ernie nth Sra were in court when judge Wilkerson ascended the Bench apparently having anticipated the calling of the lengthy docket the court room was crowded and dozen a re standing department of Justice agent were among the first arc a is and were scattered throughout the room outside other patrolled the Halls. While six floors below a pair of a perts front the Radical squad scrutinized every one entering at each of the four main doors. Attorney general Daugherty of ver Pagan government indictment sex part District attorney Dyne and the attorney general a sgt Tants in the Rase were reported in conference in the District attorneys office whiff the court s docket was being called. The shop crafts policy committee of it a was Here today to meet with Bert m Jewell head of the railway employees department of the american federation of labor and Leader of the shop men s strike. Two carloads of evidence tools of destruction thousands of telegrams letters. Photographs. Blue print books and transcripts of statements of some 17,000 individual a which the attorney Genera and his aids had. Were closely guarded by Federal agents secret service operatives protected or Daugherty and judge my Ilkerson Phe evidence was gathered Federal agents said. From All parts of the country by government operative.? during the past two months and a a sem bled in a building near judge aah Ilkerson ? court. Of first game Boston. Too Noo 047_.5 44 1 new York 2r2 of a j a 7 1? it Marquard c Coney and o Neill Gowdy. A a me j. Barnes Rvan and Snyder second game i Boston. Oi>3 to new York. 000 00 aah Atson. Braxton. Rio Way Scott Hiu Ane holds state Flection today is first of this year american league 0�?weather report South Dakota partly Cloudy tonight and tuesday warmer in East and Central portion tonight. New York. To 213 Philadelphia. Too Ooi she. W key and Schang. Scan Long testy. Naylor end per Kim Boston. Too 0 aah a Hington. A a a a Piercy and Rue Bra heart and i Picinich. Portland me sept la the first j state election of 19. Was under Wiy i in Maine today with a United states senator four representative in Congress and a governor heading the of i facials to he chosen the adage a oaf Maine goes so get the nation attracted nationwide interest Iii the re Uit although Only a a Etc Nous turnover wild charge the preset Republican control eight women were seeking sect in the legislature Aud ten ought county offices
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