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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - September 11, 1924, Mitchell, South Dakota
Rlph a ohly Corn Palace sept. 22 to 27�?three big shows in one a 1 Quot Quot Quot Quot. A a in a 1 in 1 sixteen pages the evening Republican City in. Xxx Mitchell South Dakota thursday september la 1924 number 292banks to pay dividends empty cells at Joilet await Loeb Leopold Youthful slayers to spend first night in Penitentiary in court solitary will be separated a tvs we i. Vot by a blk to Cox no with Kach Oto Khz i Cvrk mis Warden says. Chinese soldiers on Way to Shanghai in. Sept. a Gnu. Or Iai at the state Penitentiary to Lav the arrival from Chi f n Ith to f Leopold. Jr., and i expected during these Ron life sentences for the of Robert Franks. It act Rdv waited All last night it Ion of their coming while j in i Whitman had left tho called if they were her during the night. War a r n said this morning he it definite information As of arrival but that he have custody of the boys i ramp. Tramp tramp tho Chin est soldiers Are marching on to than Ghat to protect their City where the fighting grows heavier and Large num hers of machine guns have been put into service. Air planes Are circling Over the City and the Harbor is cull o f american British japanese and French warships ready to protect foreign interests there. Raj Frt Richard Day to slaying or a shul in Antic Warden orders to brought by Den whim was withe to the tin expected to it before night. The Chi which they will occupy their fir Day in prison Are those to which All new prisoners Are taken my Are termed a solitary court Quot or intention quarters Foi in it orning prisoner. Pay through Iron Gate when their automobile draws up to the Entrance to the Penitentiary i they will he hustled through the in j a Ranee and will be stopped before an Ron Gam when they pass through j his Iron sate they enter into the Cus j a Odd of the prison inside the Gate j to record clerk will receive from the a sheriff c of county the commit i sheriff Hoffman to provide Capers for two of the most Cele Jira by jails for trip to brute i r s Mere who have Ever in j j out with slayers pred the "1 Walls of the old building and will give to the sheriff a receipt a Chicago 111., sept its up a after. A night in which a new threat to blow this formality ended guards will a blurt the boy through a second up the county jail brought sheriff i e threat is Nade to wreck Cook county a jail in Cate across a court and into the prison photographers office to be in civilian attire. Here they Quot i receive their prison numbers. The a it rum or issued yesterday was a a 4 and unless other new prisoners recede them Loeb and Leopold will number t 305 and 9.306. A Bath. Nave and haircut will follow for the. A Neon Aires sons and Warden Whit j a an said that while their Sheik hair-1 uts will be modified by the prison Arber they will not be eliminated As he Day of cropped Heads has passed. From the Barber chair the boys will it Recd to the identification expert a it a be Bihon measurements and Flag a tints and Here they will receive heir firs4 prison suits second hand Coolidge Davis Wall Street twins Wheeler declares Chekian army advances upon City of iring major task of farm Aid body is completed Only six of ten million Dollar capital called in Jaffrey declares turn to new Effort Energy of Board is now directed to placing of cattle of Northwest farms rail Board will ask test of right to Call witnesses Effort is reing made to Cut off Supply Roi of. Of i angst invaders ter m. Hoffman speeding into Chicago at Raj night Richard Loeb and a Jian Leopold. Jr., under sentence of life imprisonment for the murder. The Sam it. ?t3 that place Ltd and 99 years for the kidnapping Foi j Foj run in nomination at Chicago Ransom of Robert Branks. 14 a is and Coolidge in nomination at Cleve Oid. Today awaited their removal tojan j also placed John w. Davis in Joliet Penitentiary nomination on the Democrat la tic sheriff Hoffman said it was about in new York. So we have f a fudge 11 30 p m. When he received the an j and Davis the Wall Street t i ony Mous Telephone Call telling him that the jail was to be blown up. Quot i jumped into my car and came 69 Miles an hour to the jail arriving about Midnight just to make sic that nothing had sheriff Hoffman. Rochester n. A. Sept. Wheeler Independent candidate for vice president in a speech Here last night referred to president Coolidge and John w. Davis the democratic presidential nominees As Quot the Wall Street a a everybody knows what Coolidge Shanghai China. Sept. La. 04 a has done or rather what he has not1 desperate attempts of the Kangsu he said. Generals to Check the Advance of Quot everybody knows that Mellon has a Chekian troop upon thing. A town been president since the death of ragout Loo Miles to the Westward of president Harding. A the same interests Minneapolis minn., sept. a a the major task which the $19,000,-000 agricultural credit corporation j set out to accomplish last Winter i tho work a of relieving the financial institutions of the Northwest has been completed and the corporation today is taking off its staff in its banking department and closing its last commitments to banking institutions it was announced. The banking situation in the Northwest has been greatly improved according to c. T. Jaffray chairman of the corporation the emergency functions of the corporation no Long or Are required. Quot we Are receiving Only scattered t applications now from banking j houses Quot or. Affray said. The big work we launched when the corporation got under Way has been concluded and we Are entering now on that phase of our activities which j seeks to make farming More profitable through diversification. The cat to tie loan division is placing Dairy cattle on farms and sheep Are about to be bought and distributed among the j Northwest Farmers through our Mort j Gage plan. We Are considering now j another plan for further direct Aid to the the Headquarters of the corporation announced that about $4,500,000 was loaned to 235 Banks in the North West. Only $6.000,000 of the $10,000,000 of the subscribed capital of the corporation has Ben called in and there was no indication today that the i Chicago iii., sept. Llu a court test to interpret thoroughly the Law and right of the United states Railroad labor Board to compel unwilling witnesses to testify under the transportation act is the next step according to Board officials in the controversy Over wages and rules Between the Western railway managers and the engine service brotherhoods. Representatives of the engineers and firemen again today refused to appear on subpoenas issued by the Board. Coolidge silent on primary vote lieutenants Happy Washington. Cd sept. of the various state primary elections held this week were carried to the White House today but president Coolidge maintained his silence on the results. Several Republican leaders however. Including senator Moses of new Hampshire chairman of the Republican senatorial Campaign committee and c. Bascom Slemp Secretary to the president have voiced considerable enthusiasm Over the results. Bra sons will pay 25 percent by october 15 examiner Stewart says first state and Trust will follow about Jan. I new b a nos opened official finds conditions int state improved As result of better prices Shanghai near Tai Lake took the bulk of interest in China s civil War rectors contemplated calling for More away from the nearby Battle fronts i of the capital in the immediate today. Of the West Tai lake5 front the fun the sheriff said he expect Start users. Shoes and stockings Between 2 and 3 p. In we Jef three Auu let i for the incoming prisoners. To Mollee in the of Obj a party All a a court solitary Quot at first guarded by heavily deputies j then will come Quot court solitary Quot the Advance car. Hoi said. Would be Ere Thev will be kept in separate j filled with officer armed with shot the first night in prison. To guns loaded with Buckshot. In the t Row the v will be assigned regular second car Loeb hid Leopold would is w re. Will face the prison 1 four a re guard other contingent of guards with Buckshot charged Guj would bring up a us oust Standard from Missouri of lure. M. O. Crun Gaard. Vice president of the corporation who is in charge of j Chekian troops were reported by j the cattle loan division said today their Headquarters at Fungwha South that already 2,200 head of cattle Are i of Hee. To have made Pood Progress it a Northwest farms placed there # through the activities of the Corpora j through the Hilly country South of thing. High Hopes were expressed of the possibility of their striking c and psychiatrist for examined will be Given a lecture on Rule being cautioned Partick it silence in mess Halls. Tbs and while marching to v re they May talk and a a air cells they May talk to War squirt in Whitman said the youths n i get confined in the same Tvan in the same Section of ii they May see one another marching or in mess Halls. My will not have an oppor verse for years. Cell ill not be awarded to the i once. Will be assigned to Man the beginning despite for Ity educations. Warden heated. Office work is a Reward for Good be i prepared a new Man rarely lands ii the Start. The prison a it a shops furniture shops to machine shops As s e Quarry. The boys prob a i he s Ned to the Stone he beginning As this is con to r the preferred jobs Bern Freedom attached the inc ated. a do behaviour. A s entering Joliet Are g Ade c. They Are graded w . Mental at ceral conduct and after May work into Grade a May a considered for a Ges. For practically a year e youths will enjoy none the rear. To the Meantie guards doubled rear of the jail a crowd of at son or Herr it Street Entrance Tao lice kept them of ving. O six per against the company by the supreme ment it to the thing front from Arborn court in 1913 and requests that the san. 35 my let wet of Shanghai. Evanston. I a j is entirely to Dawes was i a fare As it no pendent presid it tic Republic nominee will Jefferson City. To. Sept. Llam a a motion seeking to oust the stand a said Oil company of Indiana from its Souri for alleged violation of the i state anti Trust Laws a filed in the supreme court of Missouri today by a the sheriff had the attorney general Jesse w. Barrett. The a the the motion ask lib court to sus Ard i Pend the condition t 500 curious the the Dearborn. The jail but to i Standard Oil company of Indiana be barred from doing further business in i Missouri. The action was described by attorney general Barrett a a request that i the state supreme court Quot revoke the parole granted the Standard of in i Diana in 1913�?� the Missouri supreme court at that time issued a judgment declaring that the Standard Oil company of Indiana was guilty of violating the state antitrust Laws and it Shou d be ousted j from the state. The ouster was made i conditional however and the rom across the Lake or to the northward j and cutting the Shan amp Hai banking j railway line ass Well As gaining control of the grand canal. This would have the effect of Cut i Ting off supplies of All kind from the i Kangsu armies which thus far have j failed to open another door for supplies at Litho and who would be pinned Between two hostile armies. A communique from the cd Kirg j lung Waha Headquarters this morning said the captured towns included Wuchi Akwan and Kao Chinli. The same report said the invading Kiang ouster issued us troops were ruling up reinforce from Quin ton. Which holds the mortgages. While there was a Lull in this Branchi in the Harvest period the Corpora j t on is prepared to Aid other Farmers to enter the Dairy business in connection with other branches of farm j ing. Farmers who seek to place Shepp on their farms now Are filing application with representatives of the corporation. All of the applications i must be in by sept. 20. Meanwhile buyers for the corporation Are in the Field arranging to make the Pur chases and the movement of sheep to Northwest farms will begin about oct. 13. Des Moines police klansmen charge f three suspended Des Moines. Ta., sept. Des Moines City Council today adopted a Resolution calling for the suspension of police Captain William Devies. And patrolmen is key and Dunagan. Pending an investigation by the civil service commission of charges by the executive con Milf of the National conference of Catholic charities that the policemen were implicated with Kun flux klansmen in an anti Cath Olic propaganda plot. The policemen were alleged to have permuted two representatives of a Kun flux klan newspaper who Are under arrest for trespassing to seize a holy name society Banner tuesday night fasten it to a Flagstaff above an american Flash and photograph it in that position for use As ant Catholic propaganda. The photograph was reproduced in a klan paper. It was reported that the Council acted on the suspension Resolution without a dissenting vote. Dawes ready to invade fastness la Follette the immediate objective of the Changchow on the line of the Shanz Hai Nark no railway from which Point the Cheddar troops Hope to j Start a rear attack on the Kangsu j troops not attacking Shanghai. Fighting has been halted on the he Anu and Litho sectors duo to rain and the weather indicates an of her downpour is in Prospect. Dawes puts in Day on address for Sioux Falls sept. Llu having sch which he declares is liking. Charles g. Y today to carry his the lox Follette inde j Pany was allowed of remain and do �to11a.i candidate. Business or the St Ite Lino express an vice presidential of it edition that in the future it obey sneak tonight in the j a a the Laws of Missouri particular auditorium in Milwaukee. He has announced his tuition of the a he Wou Najr Varlly in j Follette who prior to Lea. A Nert rime or make next Wei where he will a cultural Peoble subject As Quot the const in the state anti Trust Law Quot the suit is based upon 26 f in United and said j tracts Between the Standard g i pin subject the la discuss that its relation to or a up Vine today or Paw the speech he will k at Sioux Falls. S d. Disuse again the a riot of Evanston. Iu., sept. a g. Dawes Republican candidate for i vice president has completed them i Jot portion of the address he will make next week at Sioux Falls. 8-d in carrying Forward the Northwest i Campaign he will inaugurate to night j i at Milwaukee. The vice presidential nominee by i can work on his Sioux Falls speech a a j Early yesterday pushing aside All Paris. Trance sept i Stephane 10her matters and by the end of the t Otto to e Koepenick. Jay a rough draft of his i while representing himself a a spec contemplated remarks. In As Irich As the speech will be i j belgian Koepenick master of frauds is sent to prison Viau. J in i envy for the King of the belgians. Pan of Indian and other fax Ouno Jere orate in american general lathe mad. In the heart of off North we to. Pm Corn Belt it is expected to be Lar and Oil companies introduced As Evi presence of his mops a Coblenz some Denar by the Tate in the invest la pm ago. A been sentenced to six finn of the Oil Industry which Cis a month in jail by yesterday. A trial court on charges of swindling. Quot their contracts cover Patent theft fraud Riding on a Railroad train Quot Era King Quot refining processes head without a ticket and other minor offences. Us eat Prin fare the ired. Today s dinner i i of vegetable soup Minnesota Les. And bread w Hile i Friday except Botier will eat hot s a get portion cd a weather forecast Ieth prison is on visit May receive a visitor weeks and if the visitor they hive an opportunely the half hour of i an t write books. Fostle fair tonight and showers tonight in a tinted Cool ably showers tonight ept generally fair Fri ration continued Cool. It a Tuce bread syrup and Iowa of How May buy tobacco film land Friday exp on y time they will i Day in West pm tax to eat food pre nor a bake and by Day copier tonight in East per Tion probably South Dakota and Friday r Light Frost. Local maximum and mostly fair tonight a tonight in East Light Frost tonight. Mostly fair tonight Der tonight probably Tempe in t u re i minimum tempera i have no Opportunity to tur recorded by the official gov is with which he Baj rement thermometer fro 7 a. In. Yes a udi r a re his intention to occupy his e. Warden Whitman Waid. Elk each prisoner May write j this is the extent of their by May receive unlimited of it is censored nay be obtained from the try for the limited time of a a babes will have to read a play secure newspapers my for them but will not a at faction of Reading about. Tor this material it deist j they obtain them. It Aliene Chape on sunday Ayas they prefer. I ter Day to 7 p. Of i. Maximum 62 minimum 4� v at i a in Toda today. 51 weather / ind roads Aberdeen Cloudy % 42 roads Muddy uti aued on Pace fourteen Mitchell Cloudy. -5 Huron cloth do 3 j Sioux fall c oud i tier Cloudy. 2 Watertown Ore a ro-4# fair. Yankton Cloudy 5 Roa a i roads Good. S roads fair. A 52 roads Good roads Good ii a. I "1 lat by the Standard of Indiana companies. Granted the use of the Paten under the contracts Are not a or it can lir to the Standard of to Diane territory. The attorney Genera maintaining that violate the state anti Trust Law in that they seek to destroy and prevent Competition. Of a. Seven lives lost in farm Home fire at Dickenson n. Dickinson. 5 a. Set tip Severy persons were burned to death when fire destroyed the Louis Pilcha farm Home. 16 Miles Southwest of Dickinson. Shortly before Midnight last night the victims were six daughter of or and mrs. Pilcha and a Reg n roller. 69 year old father of mrs. Pilcha the girls ranged in age from 3 to 14 year. An e get months old child was re eyed by the parents but As they attempted to return to the House to Aid the other children the building collapsed. The r re killed were Annie. Ii years old. Rose 12 philipine 9 Pauline 7 Christine. 5 and Margaret. S. The evidence showed that Oto. Passing himself off variously As a son of Maeterlinck Nephew of a Cardinal. A lieutenant aviator a russian student and so on As circumstances dictated operated All Over France. I gely a discussion of agricultural prob the Pari Correl Jem or. Dawes address at Sioux Falls will be delivered sept. 19. According to an announcement just made at Headquarters of the Republican National committee. Pettigrew to answer Sioux Falls. S. D., sept. . F. Pettigrew. Former United states senator from South Dakota will speak Davis to continue his Campaign with address at Denver Bitt Park cols it. 11.�?ijp a ready after three a is reef in the Rockies for the strenuous Days of a Campaign no that Are ahead. John w Davis. Democratic presidential nominee. Had before him Early today a sixty mile automobile drive through Mountain passes and Plains to Denver there tonight he will deliver an address on reclamation. Irrigation and conservation. His adviser say that in connection with these sub j Here sept. 29 in reply to Charles g i Dawes Republican vice presidential j nominee. Or. Dawes is to a Here sept. 19. The party speakers Bureau announced today. He is now Prepar-1 ing the address which it is understood 1 will Deal with agriculture one dead two Are i wounded in pistol Duel in Sioux City Tilden Winner in first of matches for Davis trophy Germantown Cricket club Philadelphia. A. Sept. won the fir to match in the Davis cup Competition at the Germantown Cricket club today from the challenging australian. When William t. Tilden ii. Five times National Champion Defeated Gerald l. Patterson in straight sets., the scores were 6-4. 6-2, 6-2. The american played a masterly ram a the Back court and pounded Patterson a backhand with such terrific Force and had such perfect length to his drives that the australian was constantly forced into errors and never had an Opportunity to come to the net. Vincent Richards Youthful american. And Winner of this years olympic championship playing in his first Davis cup singles match easily outplayed the Veteran Pat o Hara Wood in straight sets by scores of 6-3. 6-2 and 6-4. Neither of the american players was forced to his limit to we in and the masterly manner in which they came through to victories makes the retention of the Davis cup by America almost certain. In the opinion of experts. To operators strike Toronto. Sept. operator employed by the Canadian press went on strike this afternoon in accordance with an ultimatum served by the operators general com Muttee that the men would leave their keys if the news gathering organization did not withdraw its recent pro Postai to decrease the wages of the Teleg Raphers. Todas Basenau. Jets he will Ren a his assault uponfir.? himself. The Republican adm nitration Bot the woman died. Or its record and on the basis of prop Sals its spokesmen have put Vard for the future on his last Day in the Rockies is Sioux City. La. Sept. La a on woman is dead and two in or Riouz to wounded one probably a tally a the result of a shooting affair Here Early today. Jean Gummy to is near death said that he had she a his wife end another Man and had1, then \ i Tim Kinnet of Oklahoma City. Okla and Gunsey for a Are seriously wounded. Jealousy i Given As the cause american league Chicago. 20 Detroit. A�2 Faber Ard Crouse Johnson and Bailer Washington. 2� 9? Philadelphia. 999 a1 Marberry and rut Rommel and . First game new you a a19 Arm 021�?4 9 9 to ten Aoa 93 9 of to a 7 i Ball. Tones and Hofmann Ben Gough Ehmke and he ing. First game Cleveland. In 949 995�?12 13 i 5?v Loui it. 299 003 029�? 7 12 2 Yowell and l. Sewell Wingard and Severeid. Second game new York -499 912 a Boston Aai Aoi 9 Shawkey and Hoffmann Ferguson Ross. Murray and Hev no of waterway. Or Davis was mad an Hon. The average of a sgt to it ovary member of the boy scout of teacher in the United states is 5?>.80j America. A for every National league Philadelphia aia a99 Brooklyn ill 220 of Mitchell. Weine Oeschger. By a a is i Naium Coak and de depositors in the closed state Hank will be paid a dividend of 15 per cent some time Between oct. I and oct. 15. About the Flat of the year probably a Little later than Jan. I 1925. Depositors in the first Trust and savings Bank will be paid a dividend the amount of which is undetermined As yet. A new state Bank has been opened at Naylor with a capital of $15,000, and a charter a. Been asked for a new state Hank at Springfield with a capital of $25,000. Conditions throughout the state in a financial Way Are improving rap idly. Bank stockholders Are feeling in a better Frame of mind As prices Are rising and Farmers and other who Are indebted to Banks Over the state fire paying off and will pay off a considerable portion of their indebtedness As a result of the excellent Price which Are being received for the Small Grain crop which is already harvested. If Frost continue to hold off and the great Corn crop of the state matures conditions will be improved by just that much Nigeb. F kinds condition improved these facts stood Forth in a state ment made yesterday afternoon by James k. Stewart Deputy state Hank examiner in charge of the affairs of la first Trust and savings Bank the Branson Hank and a number of other closed Banks in this Section. Or. Stewart has just returned to Mitchell after several Days absence and declares that he finds conditions vast in improved in the last few weeks. At Naylor in Hutchinson county he said the new Farmers state Bank has been opened with Carl Schmidt As president and with a capital of $15,090. Application he declared had been made for a new charter for a new state Bank at Springfield and the state guaranty commission he said would Grant this charter As soon As it passed on the financial standing of the incorporator. Or. Stewart expects this Hank to open within another week or so. At both Naylor and a a Ringfield or. Stewart said that the new institutions had taken Over the fixtures and buildings owned by the closed Hanks whose a laces they take and by this transaction the Tate guaranty commission has been Able to increase the Money being gathered for dividend payments to stockholders. Or. Stewart explained that the stat banking department was making rigid examinations of the financial responsibility of incorporator of Pew state Banks and added that by the first of the year not Only will a1 the weak links in the state banking world have been strengthened but that the state financial institutions will be in a Good or better condition than they were in 1913 and t9t4. Good prices improve time the credit for the marked improvement in condition throughout the state. Or. Stewart placed directly at the door of better prices for farm products Quot the fact that a Farmer Jable to sell his Barley for 55 be a the year and his other Grain at correspond in Cly High prices is enabling him to pay off a great part at least of his obligation to the Banks and is putting them in just that much better or. Stewart is optimistic about conditions in Mitchell. He declared that the liquidation of both the Branson Hank and the first Trust and savings Bank were making excellent Progress and said that the payment of the dividend on the Branson Bank Deposit of at least 25 per cent would be made by oct. 15, while he expected to pay a substantial dividend to the depositors of the first Trust and saving Bank about the first of the Vear. The dividends will simply represent the collection to Date. Or. Stewart said and other dividend will follow As rapidly a notes and other of the two Hank can be realize de upon. Immigration men find new cause for deportation my a York. X a. Sept. or re deported Herau his infatuation for a new York brokers daughter had try it word of immigration officer deprived him of the self control required both convention of modern society a a or. It la Liam h. Me Cullagh who a a lieutenant Colon in fhe British Force during the world War. I being held at Eli Island he will in at hearing next tuesday in Hareas Corpus proceedings which he instituted yesterday in an Effort to avoid deportation. In the pet in Ion for a writ of Hareas Corpus the charge against the physic in were characterized As a for Voicu and the girl is miss Fay Furbeck. To year old daughter of role in g. For tech a member of a new York Stock Exchange firm. Or Mcc Afagh s petition said to had received the distinguished service Croft and the military Eros and a a fellow of the Royal College of tap Genoa
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