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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - September 23, 1924, Mitchell, South Dakota
Worlds Only Corn Palace sept. 22 to 27�?three big shows in one. A in a Mimi a Mii ten pages the evening Republican City edition vol xxx Mitchell South Dakota tuesday september 23, 1924. Boys adoption is made Campaign Issue Foster father of accused lad asks an Honor millionaire who espoused the youth called murderer run for Congress act is not forgiven rom Ive accompanies boy Tuiuri Veu he goes lest he be harmed the by Gene Cohn Nea staff writer m hidden. N. A. Sept. 23. Y Fth c r Gressional District of new i re with its background of revolutionary War tradition and its fore-1 of millionaire commuters Bas yid injected into its election the following issues # to. A boy of 17. Over whom once foil tile suspicion of a crime expect Square Deal and a Chance to show is Worth once a a jury has declared his innocence should a Man who gave such a a of a Home an education and pro Union continue to be ostracized or should his humanitarian intentions be recognized and applauded offhandedly the answers seem simple. Considered without prejudice. But Here. In the Shadow of the where George Washington quarrel Bis troops at Morristown the Kues Hurn through the Calm exterior of an Ordinary election Battle. Monnell Sayre millionaire Church a in Active vice president of the pension fund of the protestant up is pal Church in America. Is running for Congress. Sayre some time ago opened his Home to. And later adopted As his it in and heir. Young Francis Kluxen who. At the age of 15. Was arrested tried and cleared by a jury. On a charge of murdering a 11-year-old girl. Still in Der suspicion others had been under suspicion As he an older Man was tried and the care against Kluxen circumstantial nature the Francis Kluxen a and Mon Nel Sayre Well a acquitted. Was of a p tutors and officials declared. But the Countryside has never for Kluxen gotten. After the acquittal Young remained under the suspicion of pan of the Community and Sayre an at the Public attitude took him from hat Flay to this millionaire pure Lins lived in his palatial noun a re Home ostracized by the communal a committee of 14 wealthy and exclusive country dwellers visited him and demanded that he turn out the Quot old. A pain. When he took the boy m his Church Sayre was upbraided and later removed As vestry Man a Ltd it Hurch Board of elders. Tie denounced the churchmen and the neighbors and answered each a front by Bivins the once accused lad err for Opportunity and Security. Guarded against i Arm Young Kluxen has had a private Tutor private schools Tours of euro Independent Fortune and was eff As Sayre put it. That Quot the night have the defensive Power in his own neighbourhood accompanied by a Rel Sayress that no harm May developing a precocious Minda career As an Engineer w them All he declares t never has ceased protesting or. Night have moved and saved Assn sent. Rut his is one of the i families for Miles around. My ancestors settled Here in Quot he Points out. Quot they were the lords of this soil. They were on Hington a staff in the he will not Bow to the Many of whom Are re Quot Quick riches Quot by Sayre and Kin. And now he has thrown his hat the congressional ring. The it of the adopted son Buzz every or in the background of the Cam Britain gives Lewis to speak her approval to for dem. Ticket regional pact at the Palace sanctions French plan to make defensive alliances under league scheme or Iney. Quot ill she for he his Pinnoc Havre n w a holds up Amer Nichai. China. Sept. 23.�?ca a a it of major Pedro Zanni the a Tine round he world flier a to thai from Ilo Kong. Where he d yesterday has been postpone a result of a communication general la Yung Hsiang Mili governor of Chekian province s disclosed today by a. Del car a e Argentine consular Represen-3 Here. Daily program free Midway acts a. M. Band concert. High it re juvenile band. In front of urn Weber a. Lino a. amp Fritz a the go foundry. A laugh a minute f ont of scharnweber a. 1 30 a. M. pm of fire. Running in High. In t f Overland company. Ooh Simms amp. Fritz a juggles and is. A funny pair. In front of trn Weber a. 2 3a a m. Captain Geneva. Switzerland sept. 23.�? a3 a great Britain has come around even if reluctantly to the position of approving regional defensive alliances like those made by France in Central Europe As an additional guarantee for the Protection of National territorial integrity. The proposed protocol on arbitration and Security which was submitted to the disarmament committee of the league of nations Assembly yesterday will automatically bring sanctions into play against any aggressor state but France with the memory of 1914 vividly before her and with Active support from Belgium fought tenaciously for the inclusion of regional alliances and agreements in the general protocol. The British delegates now have admitted that the absolute prohibition of the enforcement of sanctions unless and until these have been decided upon by the league Council largely lessens the British objections to special accords when they operate As part of the machinery of the entire protocol. The leagues military experts Hope so to prepare the program that the delegates to the disarmament conference to be held next june will have a definite scheme before them when they arrive Here for the disarmament conference. Establish world Institute. Geneva Switzerland sept. 23.�? a it the Assembly of the league of nations today authorized the foundation in Paris of an International Institute for intellectual cooperation to be conducted under the auspices of the league of nations. Mcadoo acts dem. Nomine in conference new York City sept. 3.�?william g. Mcadoo is ready to do whatever he can to contribute to the Success of the Campaign. John w. Davis. Democratic presidential candidate said today after a conference of two hours with the former Treasury Secretary. New York City. Sept. 23.�?john w. Davis and William g. Mcadoo Are to discuss politics today at a luncheon conference to be held at democratic Headquarters Here. This will be the second meeting of the democratic a Csiti tial nominee and the former to amry Secretary since the National democratic convention which turned to or. Davis to break the deadlock Between or. Mcadoo and gov. Alfred e. Smith. Or. Mcadoo returned Here late yesterday after a two months stay in Europe. Besides meeting or. Mcadoo the democratic Standard bearer will resume today his conferences with his Campaign managers who Hope to Complete the itinerary of the Campaign in the East upon which or. Davis will embark probably within the Hext two or three Days. Weather forecast 11 n k we is k ered sex senator to be spokesman for Davis Here on Friday w. H. King manager of the Corn Palace announced this morning that the democratic National committee had selected As speaker for democratic Day. None other than former United states senator James Hamilton Lewis of Pink whiskered Fame and recognized As one of the most convincing and powerful speakers in the democratic organization today. The election of former senator Lewis to speak in Mitchell makes the political trilogy for Corn Palace Complete. Senator Magnus Johnson of Minnesota arrived this morning to be the speaker for la Follette or Farmer labor Day today senator Frank b. Wills one time governor of Ohio will be Here thursday to speak in behalf of the candidacies of Coolidge and Dawes. Or. King declared this morning that every indication Points to record breaking crowds during the week. The Advance Sale of Quot reserved seats has been especially heavy but or. King is authority for the statement that there Are hundreds of Good seats left for every performance today is Huron Day and Huron has sent a Large delegation of Huron boosters and Corn Palace enthusiasts to the City headed by a band. Thursday Yankton is planning to descend on the Corn Palace City with a Strong delegation led by a band and drum corps. Yankton will take advantage of the crowds Here for Corn Palace to get in a few advertising licks for the big Celebration to a be held in that City next month upon the opening of the Meridian Bridge Over the Missouri River. Friday Sioux Falls will be represented with a delegation which or. King declares will exceed any previous Sioux Falls crowd for the Corn Palace. Woman admits Poison plot to wed minister mrs Sweetin says she not Rev. Hight poisoned her husband Given to him in food signed confession says pastor suggested and urged the murder Motorist swings from car to Rescue child from oncoming train North Dakota somewhat unsettled tonight and wednesday cooler wednesday or wednesday night. South Dakota somewhat unsettled tonight and wednesday cooler tonight in Southwest and warmer in Jiuru extreme East portions cooler wed Man meteor. A leap into space. In 6th amp main. Local temperatures maximum and minimum temperatures As recorded by the official government thermometer from 7 a. In. Maximum 80. Minimum 49. At 8 a. Re. Today 60. A a a a to 1 00 p. M. The daring Henderson. Poo p concert. 4 45 Simms amp laugh. A a. Nary. A laugh a minute a in i tingly to a. In. Today front of scharnweber a. 5 15 chello. The tie fiery chasm. Showing real Speed 5 45 Simms amp fun More juggles. An act you la like. In front of scharnweber a. 6 15 the daring Henderson a Only or pie wire artist. Midway a real 1 nil. Intersection 7th amp main. A Stellar show is read for you Little the Corn Palace 9 30 in and co a Cert Ca tho Midway weather and roads Huron Clear. 60 roads Good. Aberdeen Clear 40 roads Good. Yankton Clear 62 a ads Good Sioux Falls Cima 59 roads ipod. By la Follette to invade Dakotas with speeches Washington. C., sept. 23.�?determined to make a personal Appeal for votes in every Section he considers debatable senator la Follette Independent presidential candidate turned his attention today to the arrangement of his itinerary he expects to Start out within ten Days on a tour which probably will keep him on the move until election Day. Aiding the senator with a series of speeches during october will be mrs. La Follette. She Haa accepted an invitation to deliver an address in support of the Independent presidential ticket at Mountain Lake Park. Md., next sunday and arrangements a being made for her to make other speeches. Senator la Follette also intends to invade the Dakotas. Minnesota. Wisconsin and Iowa. Today Sla Seball mount Vernon iii., sept. 23.�? Rev. Lawrence m. Hight and mrs. Wilford Sweetin. Confessed prisoners of their spouses today were removed from the county jail Here because of reported mutterings of mob action at Nason a Small town near Ina. The minister was taken to Salem and mrs. Sweetin to Belleville. 111. One reason for the removal of the woman was said to have been to provide More Aeq Auto jail facilities for her. No crowds had gathered either at Nason or Ina and the Transfer of the prisoners was declared merely precautionary. Mount Vernon. 111., sept. 23.�? a3/ a after an All night Vigil mrs. Elsie Sweetin confessed this morning that she was implicated with the Rev. Lawrence m. Hight of Ina in the plot to Poison her husband and mrs. Hight in order that she and the minister could be married thus confirming the confession made yesterday by Rev. Hight. Arrested yesterday evening at her Home in Ina twelve Miles South of Here mrs. Sweetin steadfastly denied any part in the alleged Poison plot As had been admitted by the minister but broke Down this morning after being closeted in the same cell with the minister with state s attorney Thompson and newspapermen listening at the door of the cell. The text of tile confession made and signed by mrs. Sweetin. As made Public by the officials follows Quot the first time that i noticed that Lawrence m. Hight had any feelings j of affection for me was in april 1924 my husband for some time had treated me without affection. A Prev. Hight continued his advances and i finally discovered that i returned his affection. About three month ago he suggested that he give me some Poison to give to my husband and he would do the same to his wife. Quot at first i was horrified but he talked so plausibly and i had such Confidence in him that it seemed to me to be right to do it. We then finally agreed that i was to administer Poison to my husband. Wilford Sweetin. And he was to administer Poison to his wife. Anna Hight and when a week or two later my husband was Hurt in the mine. Lawrence Hight gave me a paper package which he told me contained Poison and he told me to give some of it to Wilford in anything. Quot Wilford was Hurt in the mine on the night of july 16, and the following Day we went to Benton and went to a drug store and got some ice Cream and soda Waland on the Way Home i gave Wilford my husband i ome chocolate Candy in which i had mixed some of the Poison. He became very ill but seemed later to grow better and on tuesday i gave him More Poison in oat meal or. Hight having Given me More Poison in the meantime. Quot with medical attention Wilford seemed to grow better again and after or. S. A. Thompson had waited on him Friday july 25, i administered the final dose of Poison and he grew worse and died july 28, the final dose having been mixed in Tomato soup. Quot every time or Hight came to the House during Wilford a illness he gave me a note of encouragement to Emporia. Kas., sept. 23�?raymond Steinmetz a Quick witted Motorist saved the life of a five year old girl by snatching her from in front of the wheels of a moving train w Hile driving his motor car from the running Board with one hand at 30 Miles an hour. The Rescue occurred at a crossing. The child daughter of l eve. And mrs. R. Ii. Gearhart of Chicago had wandered on the tracks in front of a passenger train. Steinmetz. Seeing the child a plight threw his legs Over the Side of the car stood on the running Board opened the Gas throttle and while holding the wheel with one hand grabbed the child with the other. To jerked the child to safety just As the train whizzed by. So close was the Rescue that Steinmetz a car bears a Maii Dent on the rear fender where it was grazed by the locomotive. Senators May reopen probe of Daugherty Camp Perry. Ohio sept. 23.�?senator Smith w. Borkhart chairman of the Senate Daugherty investigating committee today said he had wired senator h. R. Ashurst of Arizona. The Only member of the committee in Washington that he might if he desired Call the committee together to Hea a additional testimony. Senator Brookhart. Who is Here attending the National Rifle matches. Said he expected to return to Iowa before going to Washington. Ask burst is ready new York City . 23.�?senator in f. Ashurst of Arizona a member of the Senate Daugherty investigating committee today telegraphed senator Smith w. Borkhart chairman of the committee that if the chairman considered it advisable to Cal la meeting of the committee he would gladly attend. Means is silent Concord n. C., sept. 23.�?gaston Al Means Central figure in the Daugherty investigation who on sunday repudiated sensational testimony Given during the investigation today refused to discuss the Case further. Means arrived Here last night joining his wife and child at the Home of his Mother. Mrs. W. G. Means. W0rldav1at0rs will alight in Field of roses % san Diego. Calif., sept. 23.�?three United states army aviators on the Home stretch of an air cruise round the world soundly this morning while observers at Rockwell Field expected a Low fog to disappear under a Southern California Sun before the scheduled departure of the three airmen for Santa Monica calif., at 12 30 p. In. Today shop is comparatively a Small one. Only 150 Miles to Clover Field at Santa Monica. Santa Monica prepares Welcome Santa Monica cal., sept. 23.�?Santa Monica was groomed today for the return of the Globe girdling army of airmen who set out last St. Patrick s Day in a test of their skill and Cour Ayres trousers magician vies worn by Magnus White girls in waiting for own Palace favor Minnesota senator solves the problem of having clothes pressed for speeches Strong for Lafollete declares farm Relief is still Bigg est question before the United states Blackstone occupies an hour of opening nights program dances Are dazzling new and imposing color schemes Are worked oui by Ernie Youngs revue give Ivi Iford More Poison. I did not age make the first successful see Page 2 for report on today a games Soo Falls Bank presidents trial opens at Parker Parker s. D., sept. 23.�?selection of a jury began in circuit court Here today for the trial of f. Ii. Johnson former president of the defunct Sioux Falls and savings Bank on a charge of misapplication of know and he did not Tell me when he poisoned his wife but when she became ill and died i supposed he had poisoned her. Until i became infatuated with or. Hight i had led a blameless life and had always been a True wife and Mother and it is True so help me after signing the confession mrs. Sweetin accompanied by the state s attorney and the Clergyman went to breakfast. Immediately after breakfast she was taken before a Justice of the peace and waived a preliminary hearing and the Case was turned Over to the grand jury. It was said she would be among those indicted on october 23, together with the minister. Mrs. Sweetin appeared worn and Haggard due to the twelve hour grind of grilling she underwent when confronted with the Clergyman. After the hearing before the Justice of peace she was taken to a cell adjoining the one occupied by the minister. Around the world flight of history. As befits conquerors the returning airmen will alight on a Field of roses for that is what Clover Field will be when the planes built in Santa Monica for the world fliers come Home to Santa Monica again. All night trucks Laden with Southern California blossoms trundled out of the Field from communities that had stripped their Flower gardens to provide a Gay and colourful Welcome to the fliers. Germany will soon enter the world league senator Magnus Johnson Farmer labor senator from Minnesota sent his suit to the tailor As soon As he arrived in the City today to be All Quot primed up Quot for his appearance at the Corn Palace this afternoon. Senator Johnson interrupted his own Campaign for tho United states Senate in Minnesota Long enough to make a Short dash into South Dakota today and to travelled Light. A night and half a Day on an Omaha train made his suites trip to the tailors an essential before a Public appearance to said not because he cared much about How he looked himself but because he thought somebody else might care. In the interim while waiting for his trousers he wore a pair belonging to Tom Ayres Farmer labor candidate for the United states Senate in this state and although both men aspire to the same office it was quite apparent that the same pair of trousers would not do for both. Senator Johnson is brimful of enthusiasm for the candidacy of senator Lafollette. Ile is confident of his own re election. To thinks the next Congress must take some Steps to restore the Farmer to a pre War basis. He believes the Tariff must be altered with the same end in View. He is not afraid of oppression or attack from without but he does fear that unless the government of the nation As he puts it is returned to the people there will be trouble within. Fears class strife. Quot let us a said the senator As he vainly strove to a wrap Tom Ayres nether garments about him. Quot let us be careful. Let us be considerate. Amre Ica s greatest Hope for stability for the future is Complete satisfaction and Harmony among All groups in this country. We do not need to fear and alien enemy. That talk is All bunk. But we must be exceedingly careful that we do not arouse the hat reds and passions of the various classes within our senator Johnson believes that the Mcnary Haugen Bill will come Back to the Senate in some form or other at the next session. Quot the one big question before the United states today is agricultural Relief a he said. Quot farming is the Basic Industry of this country. Past administrations and past congresses have played free and Loose with this Industry in the past. The Farmer must be Given an even Chance with Industry. We the Farmers cannot be blamed if we ask for that apr can we be blamed if we seek to Send our own representatives to Congress to help us get what we feel we deserve. And i Tell you plainly that until the Farmer gets what he should have there will be no nation wide Prosperity in the United Fanner needs Protection senator Johnson recalled his address in Philadelphia delivered shortly after his election to the Senate in which he told the Bankers of the East that the Farmers must Havo Relief. He declared that that need was just As essential today As it was then in spite of the fact that the Farmers have made a partial recovery As a result of an increase of prices for farm products. Quot and done to Overlook the fact a the minnesotan said Quot that this increase in farm products is due to a shortage in the Corn crop and to a More or less increased ability or desire on the part of Europe to buy certain of our products. But that Relief is Only temporary and the Farmer needs Protection through legislation just As much As the manufacturer and until he gets it this country win never be Happy senator Johnson was to speak twice this afternoon once in the com Palace just previous to the afternoon performance when his address was to be restricted to non political nonpartisan remarks and once immediately after the Corn Palace program when he was to deliver a political address outside of the Palace when in his own words he can Quot tear Loose Quot and Tell the people some pertinent things they ought to know. Oberlin Germany sept. 23.�? a3 a Germany will in the near future make in an interview with an associated an Effort to enter the league of a press correspondent this morning after leaving mrs. Sweetin Rev Hight gave a Brief sketch of his life and told How a premonition that something would happen had warned him to stay away from Ina. And How he had protested to his Bishop after being assigned to the Ina Church. Caresses belie words the first indication that mrs Sweetin was weakening and ready to admit the part in the Poison plot the minister had already attributed to her in his confession yesterday morning. Was Given when the two met in the cell together. Attendants of the jail and states attorney spying on funds growing out of a minnehaha1 them saw them caressing one an county grand jury investigation of he Bank a affairs. \ Johnson with several other Bank officials indicted at the same time. Is being tried in Turner county Fol other and weeping seated beside one another. This the states attorney said this tons on an equal footing with the great Powers it was officially announced today in a communique issued at the close of a Cabinet meeting. Of French tax on i ods stirs latter Berlin Germany sept. 23.�?the action of France in imposing a 26 per cent tax on All goods from Germany dating from oct. I has been received unfavourably in German commercial circles As Well a by the government As Likely to have a pre of mrs. Sweetin that there had been i Pierre Cloudy 55 Road lowing the granting of a plea for no love affair Between her and the Cha nge of venue from minnehaha1 Clergyman and from then on he was county. The charge is one of sixteen convinced that she was implicated indictments brought against him by j members of the Ina congregation he grand jury and one of forty in a where the Clergyman had been More dict ments brought by the jury than a year called at the jail Shook against thirteen officials of fiddled hands with the minister and express state Banks Ai Minnehaha county. their Confidence in him. Morning contradicted the Contention indicia effect on the carrying out of the Dawes agreement. The government. It is stated intends to try to induce France to cancel the Levy. A o a a occupied Quot what Are you going to do tuesday evening Quot Quot finish a Reading sunday a country gentleman. Woman plans to shoot Herriot but loses nerve ram Bouilett. France sept. 23�?up a just before Premier Herriot left the presidential chateau Here today after the meeting of the Cabinet a highly excited woman entered the guard room at the Gate of the chateau and handed Over a loaded revolver to the police saying she had intending shooting the Premier but that her courage had failed her. The woman was taken to Paris for examination. She seemed to be of weak intellect. General Sawyer drops dead today on Ohio farm Marion. Of. Sept. 23.�?brigadier general Charles. Sawyer personal physician to the late president Harding. Dropped dead of heart disease at White Oaks farm near Here today. A. Of a thousand thunderstorms always Are in Progress around the Eathus surface. Blackstone and his magic. Joe Thomas and his sax tetto and Ernie Youngs Golden girls opened the big Corn Palace show last night and played to a House that almost set a record for first night performances at tho place. In the afternoon the doors were thrown open to the children of Ute state and it was estimated that there were upwards of 3,000 kiddies in the Palace for the initial performance. The big Hill opened with the old fashioned Belles number Lead by miss Catlett mme. Kovak and miss Chettle Gorman. In this number the baby Ballet which promises to be one of the popular features of the show made its first appearance in a minuet number which was delightfully danced. Ttys costumes worn by Ernie Youngs Golden girls As usual Are magnificent. Their colors blend As colors can Only when a master hand has directed the combination and the big orchestra brought out the songs and the dance rhythm with unusual perfection end accuracy. In this number mme. Kovak wore a striking Feather costume and gave the big audience a taste of her accomplishments As an exponent of the terpsichore an Art Prima Donna stars miss Catlett a solos Quot the girl of Long ago Quot and Quot the song of immediately endeared her to her audience. She has a wonderful instrument. And proved herself last night to deserve her reputation As the leading revue Prima Donna in America today. Miss Catlett came Here directly from a record engagement at Detroit which has been running for Twenty six weeks and will return to the Oriole Terrace in that City As soon As she completes her Mitchell engagement. The russian revue another feature number by Ernie Youngs Golden girls was magnificently costumed and mme. Kovaks Solo dance in this number was excellently done. Probably the most striking of the Young program however was the lamp numb in which the Golden girls were costumed to represent lamps and the baby Ballet was dressed to represent bats. Their dance of the bats was picturesque and admirably done. The closing number by the Young chorus carnival Days in which the Golden girls the baby Ballet and the Thomas a Azote the joined set off especially the multitudinous color schemes for which Ernie Young is noted. Blackstone amazes audience Blackstone the worlds Premier conjurer and master magician was at once the spectacular and mystifying number of the big Bill. The paraphernalia used by Blackstone in some of his illusions is so ponderous that it seems almost impossible to believe ones eyes As he brings his tricks to a conclusion. Blackstone dances and trips about the stage with utmost abandon netting pigeons out of the air. Changing himself into old men and bears with As much Case As he makes his Mystic horse disappear or with the same Sang Froid As that with which he plucks cards from his Finger ends or makes rabbits and ducks disappear and reappear. Blackstone presents Between thirty and forty Tricky and illusions and each is better and More mysterious than the other. He kept his audience spell bound throughout More than an hour of entertainment and gave ocular proof that he is a master of magic and Black Art an accomplishment which a Century or two ago would have earned him the stake from which he seemed so miraculously to escape last night. Sax Totte makes hit Joe Thomas and his Saxo Tette furnished some real music last night and demonstrated thai there is such a thing As a saxophone artist. Not Only the comedy antics but the real music a produced by the Saxo Tette brought Forth enough applause to indicate clearly that the Thomas players will be one of the most popular numbers on the week a program. Yesterdays performance will be repeated again this afternoon and tonight. Tomorrow afternoon and evening. Thursday will see a Complete change of Bill throughout. Or. Blackstone indicated last night that he will have a specially to offer tonight in the nature of spook night when be will undertake to demonstrate by mechanical devices Allt in spiritual manifestations claimed by students and exponents of spiritualism. O simple funeral service planned for senator Gamble Sioux Falls. S. D., sept. 23.�?simple funeral services will be held at the resident at 8 of clock tonight for former senator Robert j. Gamble of South Dakota who died yesterday. The Minnehaha bar association will attend in ii body and fraternal organizations of which the former senator was a member will be represented. Late tonight the body will be taken to Yankton where the masonic Lodge of Yankton. Senator Gamble a former Home will have charge of the i burial service Tom Row
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