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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - September 28, 1922, Mitchell, South Dakota
# Friday will be v0l. Xxx Yih the evening Republican Palace third edition Mitchell South Dakota thursday september 28, 1922 number 307 East crisis grows May Republic seeks to solve dual murder mystery Only daughter of dead woman becomes Sleuth Carlotte Mills self styled flapper thinks woman did slaying Utt e headway made. In will a Yak Clit Roii peo Piini i \ Cut to Fen. Vii by information by v to Dward of Quot a Vao Tider Ivea a it re i who e set t than was my r de it it s Quot a to Der Herman Wick no a. Sept. 2 3 told girl Bent on Avith of her Mother solve Reacher murder mystery s it Ped the leading Detec the state Charlotte Mills daughter of the Church of St. A Gelista is sure that she Linding of the body of it onside that of the Rev. For Hall in a Woods near Arm House on the out a town she has been work in in an Effort to run slayers. Authorities Haven t been her much encouragement. Have they been making much a getting to the Bottom of both had phone Call pin of thursday. Sept. 14. Ai i mrs. Mills who was a Quot a he Church choir left their Homes giving varying reas or try before each had Telephone Call. It night they were seen a a a Park. morning their bodies i half a mile away. U led them Why no to know. Many were the a it but the Church people ice anti to the authorities Elf styled flapper says a a woman did it a woman very Strong. A her was one who. If nov thing and knew she was to lid fight All she could. To. De Colv 118 rounds and in t have a Chance. I \. A Ordinary woman Quot s to Man in t like Ordinary it has funny eyes that make afraid of her sort of like a c a suspicions and the reas a ii Are known to the auth a a they Are having diff ? in be Progress in the Case t of the reluctance of the a a tubers to present inform the authorities believe they i it Able to give them. Red about the Little Ivy Man Hurch and the inner lives of its ers the mystery has these leading characters lev. Edward Wheeler Hall u s Rector of the Church at a the wealthiest families in Swick. Eight years ago he Frances Stevens Hall one of flies women in town. She. Years older than the Rector. R lived i Bachelor Brot Birt very eccentric. Although old. He has told of How he As messenger Between Eleanor Hei Herdt Mills Ider and Young wife of the she was a woman of Ideal a ran Lent who used to pen try and write a love letters to her husband. Mills is a quiet individual been janitor of a Public Gardener and Church Sexton a hts Mills in statements is a the murders stands by his a says he is unable to give any Yon As to Why she should on slain. Meantime. In to Mills a his daughter nil her time trying to dig up to substantiate her belief knows the person who killed s Quot Ber and the Rector. Charred Torso in store ruins a Luis puff. So ext or of. It a a bring or mfr for in g Rowsom f find All Mitchell at attention for tomorrow most impressive ceremonies of week will be held Friday at Hitchcock Many notables Here colors of 14 eth. Ave thirty individuals to of. Pecor. Ated by gun. Bell Man Ender Orp frs neatly too South Dakota it Surv err men Are expect to be in Mitchell tomorrow to to officially decorated for valor during the War according to a Telegram re Seiv a this noon from adjutant general in. A. Ii a lie. According to the wire. The War department has ordered All South Dakota sex service men who were Cit Ltd for bravery Iii the War to prent themselves to general George Bell. Or. At Mitchell tomorrow to he officially Defeated. Kemal seizes More Neutral zone towns Over English protest turks Tell allies they will first phase of sudden greek not tolerate defences in revolution passes with Neutral zone out any bloodshed More cities Are seized new Cabinet formed overturn in Greece has not Athen s desp atoll off virus Modi i up for in i h puff. Paris pfc fares by associated press peace wire London. Enr., sept. 28.�?vt the close of this afternoon s meeting of the Cabinet it a that the situation Ware Gard cd a Unwe Angly or Iube he a third meeting of the Cabinet will in held this evening. In the double murder mystery mrs. Eleanor Reinhardt Mills left slain choir Leader Charlotte Mills right above her daughter and the Rev. Edward Wheeler Hall the dead Rector. To the right Church of St. John the evangelist. Palace crowds smashing All High records to of admitted free to performance rpm by Atter noon tomorrows events or records smasher a attendance records in the history of Ute Mitchell Oihi Palace in the past 30 year s were broken this afternoon when the larges crowd which has Ever att need a single per forma Nee at tile Palace jammed tic building to see the matinee program. It is estimated that nearly in eople witnessed the afternoon Silow. Tile attendance today is even far in excess of the highest record Ever reached in the past when Teddy Roosevelt or. Visited the com Palace in ibid. Reports from All Over the state indicate that thousands of visitors will crowd the City tomorrow. A wire froth Pierre this afternoon said Twenty five automobile loads of people w ill to rive from that City to see the decoration of the colors of tin it til Chr Fiat Cal press encased a ire is. Mo., sept. 28.�?gertrude a Quot a 2, wife of Harry brenn.27. R of a garage at Oakville disappeared after a fire dec r1 his place of hns iness last r today was subjected to fur t. Stoning by police who a i Quot a gang the mysterious theft of of Celeste Schneider 18, was buried a month ago. From to in mount Hope cemetery. A charred Tarso which at first night to have been that of a n who was believed to have lined to death was found in c ruins of the fire but after it r v mined. Or. T. L. Carriere a surgeon of St. Louis county. A lit was the body of a woman ves announced they were t a on the theory the burned 70 by be the body of the sch girl. B Jas Baen missing since Mon a put. When his w Ife said he an. A Call for Road service. Hea it f a a pm to have carried $16,000 i. Quot Durance hot a to r Dic report finding a broken h q piece of cloth thought to part of a shroud and an Rio flashlight in the debris. Weather report Riti Dakota partly Cloudy to Friday probably becoming a Fly cooler Friday and in West 3 North portions tonight. With More than 5,000 actual paid admission to the Mitchell Corn Palace yesterday the attendance for the Clay reached a figure approximately 1,000 greater than the biggest Day a Vear ago. Last year s record a was on wednesday. Last evenings receipts established an attendance record for All evening performances in the history of the Corn Palace for the totals showed that 2.300 persons paid admissions to see the program. Wednesday was by far the biggest Day in the 1021 Palace but there is every indication this year that Toda it and tomorrow s receipts will exceed those of wednesday this year today is being observed As democratic Day Ai the Palace and tomorrow will be the biggest Day of the week when the colors of the 147th Field artillery will be officially decorated by major general George Bell jr., and Hanford Macnider. National commander of the american legion. Saturday the final Day of the weeks Celebration will be nonpartisan Day. With an address by Lynn j. Frazier former governor of North Dakota As the distinctive nonpartisan feature of the Day. This address will be Given on main Street at 4 15 p. In. School children will be admitted to the Corn Palace free saturday afternoon if accompanied by their parents. It was announced today. This is expected to bring an unusually Large crowd for that afternoon. The Ernie Young musical revue program will change this evening with the first presentation of the passing Parade of 1922�?T. The Beautiful Peacock act which was Given monday evening will be included again in the program tonight. Today s selections by the Chicago grand opera company will be taken from the opera the spinning wheel Quartetti and the entire second act will be presented. Numbers from Cavalleri rustic Ana wiil be Given in the program tomorrow. The soloists will sing to player the Tbs Anil Baity go catty id a. auxiliary breakfast and reception at club. 10 20 a. In. And 4 30 p. band concert. 10 30 a. In. And 4 p agricultural demonstrations in Corn Palace. 11 15 a. In. And 5 45 a. free outdoor bicycle act 12 16 and 7 p. free outdoor bottle jumping act. 12 30 p. In. And 7 15 p. outdoor trapeze act. 12 45 p. In. And 7 30 p s free outdoor lion act. 2 p. In. And 8 p. Corn Palace programs. 4 15 p. Parade. 5 p. Rny decoration of colors of 147th at Hitchcock Park. 10 30 p. legion Public bowery dance at Corn Palace. New fires in North serious menace report conditions worse top a. Saas Ranger. Than any time before this year that George m xxx not of a i owed to rile by associated pro leased wire Athens. Greece sept. 28 a the first phase of the greek revolution has ended woh the abdication of King Constantine in fiver of frown Prince George and the tumult has sufficiently subsided while the next Steps Are preparing to allow a retrospect of what has occurred. In the first place the revolution a i so far has been bloodier insurgent by associated press teased xxx ire troops from the greek islands where constantinople. Sept i?8�?the the movement had its inception land All Mitchell today is figuratively turkish nationalists have notified the de at Piraeus entered the capital and a at attention awaiting the impress Anteri High command that they will now Are barricaded in the Public Sive military ceremonies to take place not tolerate the fortification of cer buildings occupying the City without tomorrow in connection with the lain pnjnf9 so called Neutral bloodshed decoration of the colors of the 147th Zon it Al on the Dardanelles con Victor Field artillery South Dakota s own to nuance of the work of fortification d m regiment for valiant service at the looked upon by the Kem lists royalists under general a on front during the War with Germany j As warranting military action their Stantin Opolous. Commanding the Dis thirty individual South Dakota sex representative Hammid Bey. Inform. Try of an<1olomei Soutos command service men trill be decorated at the Allied commander. Brigadier Irja the Garrison attempted armed re the services the decorations to be a in a ral Harington. Sis Tanco against the rebels but the conferred by general George Bell j Orva Iov Moro town government opposed the or. Commander of the sixth corps movement outwitted the other fac arca of the United states. General j the turkish rooms to Emend Tion took pos session of the prefect Beil has been detailed by the War continued yesterday and for the ure police arrested colonel Soutos time they violated the Neutral zone. J find Al Nail Herani mas., of the taking positions in the regions o Itu let on the Royal trrt0ps a in a dumb Riek. Lamp Haki. A Ghilar and Back of Ftp or quart it org ans Akeli King Constantine s manifesto Ahdel Cava Irv is advancing on Samalu Carlp in favor of hip Eda it 80t1 Foi. Tion for tomorrows events. General Repe. Apparently Mth the o it in. T i Lowed. The King at first intended to Bell was to arrive in the City the is0 the British Adi Ance posts Teji insurrectionary movement afternoon and will remain until Satur Tver he and h d has. A a a it o a be Raj and pro nip Nicholas his Day morning the Attar w _. Despite these movements a com Many not bios hero Mun cation from the Kem lists ves other distinguished guests who will ter Day declared they would respect he present for the ceremonies arc t is a neutrality of the Straits pending governor w. H. Mcmaster. Senator armistice conference and general Thomas Sterling. Congressman f. A. Harrington has sent a message to Christopherson. Congressman Roya Mustapaa iveral Pasha at Smyrna c. Johnson j. H. Vex Illiams of get tvs urging an Early meeting of the Brit Burg commander of the South t a and Kem Alist generals at Mudan Meliet party went to a set the leaders Kota american legion adj Utah it men Ltd a timid of the Milit Irv movement and held eral a. A. Halo. Forn or adjutant greek ship i danger a conference at which the organize it Quot a eneral a. A. Morris. It Olomei. H. The greek battleship Averoff. The Tion of a new government and the englesby and colonel Boyd Vav Alo. Or a a of which mutinied yesterday. I1 dynasty question were discussed. Eve general Hazle and colonel Xiv ties steaming for Piraeus through the on the question of proclaiming a re who wore in command of it i 7th Dardanelles and is in danger of bom Public if such a step seemed Neces regiment in France will be among Bailment by the Kem Alist artillery Gary was taken up by the conferees the men to be decorated. I concealed in the Hills on the Asiatic the prospects at this writing seem the Daj s events w Al begin a la Side. The Allied naval authorities that general Nider will in a rn., when out of town members of Here Are hopeful that she will escape doubted 7 be called to the Premier the american legion auxiliary will As she is leaving turkish Waters at ship of the new government with be guests of the Mitchell chapter of their request. J former foreign minister caravan Oft the auxiliary at a breakfast to be the Sultan s Cabinet the military becoming foreign minister unless m. Served at the elks dining room this governor of constantinople and come Lap Shim i pastime this ministry j will be following by a reception. Responsible Law officers Are taking with sex finance minister Alexander Orem on is at Hium Titcock Ai treasures to preserve . Pro map again becoming minister Ard life in the event of an up of Flynn rising. Department to officially Confer the decorations. Hanford Manider. National commander of the american legion will arrive in Mitchell tonight in p Para i Rother advising such a course but the Monarch soon recognized the impossibility of making an effective resistance and counter re Elution a it preparations were ordered stopped form new government the next step was taken by the civilians the leaders of the veni ,. Safeguard life in the event of an up of Al More the decoration ceremonies we. Take Nance j place at Hitchcock Park Short a a Al tor 5 p. In. A Parade will be formed nitration dramatic King constantines abdication came to thousands pay Watson Honor Georgia senator is leu to rest while his followers Arf silent in Griff by associated arc a la cd wire Thompson a. Sept. 28.�?beneath a Clear sky and blazing Sun the body of United states senator Thomas e. Watson was buried today in Mcduffie county As thousands of his countrymen from Georgia a Backwoods United with prominent officials and leaders in paying a last tribute to his memory. Brief and simple were the funeral services at a Hickory the Watson Home but every Honor within the province of the town was paid the departed senator. Thompson a typical Georgia Village with its few stores Post office Bank and print shop nearly All located on the main Street Early in the Day became the Mecca of the Quot Sage of Mcduffie so followers they came in automobiles others behind mules and horses while some trod Many Miles of Dusty roads that they might gaze for the last time on the features of their dead chieftain. Many Are the occasion when Watson strains were met by cheering crowds but today the vast Assembly stood silent and with Heads bared As the funeral party rail settlement by associated press leased w ire Youngstown of. Sept. 23-�?the conference Here yesterday Between Erie Railroad officials and chairman of the striking shop men on the rot resulted in agreement satisfactory to i nth sides said a statement issued today. By associated press xxx ire Duluth. Minn. Sept. 28.�?adjutant general w. F. Rhinow arrived in Duluth this morning and left immediately for the fire zone with w. G. Weber. In charge of the Duluth office of the state forestry service. The most serious damage done by the present fires was done this morning when a Stock of pulpwood and a set of Small lumber Camps were burned on the a Ana fan Northern Railroad one mile South of the crossing of that Road and the Whiteface River according to a. B. Gibbs Ranger in the local forestry office. Fires at Ellsberg flood Wood Ere also causing serious difficulty to the fighters. New firs break out the municipal lodging House and red Gross Are caring for the refugees who left their Homes when life became of greater interest than property. Another fire was reported by the land patrol. Or. Gibbs said. Beside the Vermillion trunk Highway near Markham. A we consider the situation right now the most serious it a Ever been in said or. Gibbs who expects reports of additional fires when the air patrol returns. Doo Mon on duty at least 500 men Are on the fire lines today and More Are being hired from All available sources the Ranger stated. G. M. Gonzer. Representative of the state forestry service detailed Here to work with or. Weber is on a grand tour of the fire zone concentrating the efforts of the workers to the Best advantage. A meeting of the rangers and fire foremen today is being held at Meadowlands Field Headquarters of the fighters. Insanity is to be defense in Case of mrs. Clara Phillips Paris France. Sept. 28.�?France w i immediately after the close of the policy in the near East As Laid Down after dramatic scenes with the pal afternoon torn Palace program. This in note she sent to Kemal Pasha Ace surrounded by an angry mob of will be a approximately 4 j p. M. Jointly with the other allies has not revolutionists demanding his de i the Parade will form with the head been modified by the overturn of thro nement. J at the Post office on the West Side of Greece it was announced after a cab it was not until the mob threatened the court House Square. Jnet meeting today. I to prize the person of the Sovereign according to present arrangement the French government is greatly that an emissary appeared at a win the line of March will be South on j re a a Ferne fhe reported Dover Dou. Pai Arf and announced the i Lawler Street to third Avenue East of the new greek govern abdication. On third Avenue to Gambia Street. I Fri Hivzi in general Papoulas had Previzi x juice pc j in unfavourably on the Kem lists sent to treat with the re it Park. Automobiles will not be Peri led inside the Park As Ai r Pill be needed for the my t foully Oki. ,.and the dispatch of greek Force to Monist but finding h s entreaties Unn be hot Quot a a it a Eastern Thrace would a Mort certain availing joined their cause himself. A be i showed by a belligerent move the government then sent a second senator Thomas Sterling will in on the part of turks in Asia minor envoy but fhe mob was obdurate de produce general Bell who will offi and disturbance in Ltd ont Antinoph a. Daring a we Are resolved to dethrone tally Confer the decorations. The situation it is thought will have the author of Greece the re or for the Parade preyed i hot be a it Ink Kernel reply i a a ing the decoration will he a follows to to filled a a a it a a so a Oral mor a a a a a i Vuk Moklos re i of to Bouillon to Ergo peace 147th Field artillery band. M. Franklin Bouillon the French the War colors of the 147th Field emissary to the nationalist is expect artillery. To see Kemal at Smyrna today or disc a or greek disaster by associated pre i cited wire Paris. Frappe. Sept. 28.�?�?oi wish i . Tomorrow he will use the entire in i to to considered As dead. Was Tho. I a a j containing no pc j of Hill government to try and reply of Eleutheriou \ enix Elos to a a a and and members Kapp Tjie nationalists leaders from question As to the part he might play to be decorated. Taking any action with regard to under the new govern men in Greece. War 147th f. Acol. Boyd Wales. Thrace until the intentions of the ays the Deauville correspondent of commanding. Greek government Are clearly Stab the Petit Parisien. Forty five other o. A. R. Martin Roice. Commanding listed. Correspondents had telegraphed to u. S Xiv. V., c. H. Entsminger com after his interview with the French the former Premier asking to be remanding. Diplomat. Kemal. It in under to gtd revived. But his reply to All was not j 147th f. A. S. D n. G. Rapt. Reese will leave immediately for Angora to trouble to visit him. Commanding. Where the nationalist Assembly will of Venizelos maintain the same Woonsocket Post no. 29 of the formally vote on the Allied cont my impenetrable Reserve even with his american legion with band. A cations. The fear is expressed that. Immediate Friend. All other men in uniform in com Greece meantime begins plans for a Jas familiar who know the Depths Mand of an officer to be designated. Re use or Thrace the Assembly wound caused by the collapse i Tyndall Post of the american be w 1 1 a re fat Allied terms. 0f dreams of greatness for his band attitude i no tinged country Are careful to refrain from there was said today to he no in Gion with All other posts of the american i Eion with color. Montion of Moriis Julns Tho amort it. Auxiliary of the american legion. Mrs. M l Shade president. Citizens in automobile. Many sonic men coming discussing Greece or the near East in i presence. When. By Accident a word slips out Venizelos Rex olt believed to be plan to befall Venizelos by a sedated pre leased wire London. Eng. Sept. 28 a Crown Prince George of Greece a indicated his intention to accept the throne relinquished by his father according to a message from authority horse a and the ensemble number a drinking Street acts at the Palace Are proving drawing cards. The Kirk bicycle and High wire acts the Donzo bottle this year to be one of the popular jumping act and the Beckwith Lions Are much enjoyed by Tho visitors in the City. The lion act is perhaps the most popular of the entire list of at a a by associated pres Loa de wire los Angeles sept. 23.�?insanity will be the defense of mrs. Lara Phillips charged with having beaten mrs. Alberta Tremaine Meadows 2q years old. Widow to death with a Hammer that was disclosed when the Public defender who will represent mrs Phillin at her trial set to open october 20. Submitted copies of interrogatories of 13 persons residing in Texas. They included questions As to alleged lapses of insanity on the part of the defendant. To marriage annulled by associated pres ceased wire Copenhagen. Sept. 28�?it will a officially announced tomorrow that Crown Prince Frederick of Denmark and Princess Olga Niece of King Constantine of Greece have by Mut ask us Kwh Poun uus Juanua Djab Lim menu tude toward Greece in View of the abdication of Constantine the allies will make the strongest efforts to have the greeks retire from Eastern Thrace under the terms communicated to k a hundreds of sex service men from to i Allied observers however Adall parts of South Dakota Are sex Mit that a Papular movement in peered to arrive in Mitchell this of Greer for the defense of Thrace could to noon and tomorrow for the decor Al a diplomatic predation ceremonies free sleeping a let in a _ ?r0ap for in a British think crisis in High Urbini grounds a v fast is worse than exer Tive sources in Athens nuns by Ash Tatad prow leased wire j an Athens dispatch timed 12 1b a e prodded for steeply Quarter Vesterdal said Crown Prince George and an army Rook tent a been London. Eng. Sept 28�?British would Taka the. Oath during the after erected. George Lucas of the Mit government circles today took a grave nothing later was received to Chell service Battery will be in charge View of the situation in the Darda that program was carried j of the mess Nelles which was regarded As so Roiti out i legion Headquarters have been est Cal As to overshadow the revolution both Athens and Salonika Are up Tab listed at the Navin hotel and in a it developments in Greene the ported to be quiet and under control a Booth on main Street where the opinion was expressed that there is a of revolutionaries it is too Early to j men May Register and May obtain greater Prospect of fighting Between estimate the direction the revolution j Alii information concerning the Day s the British and turkish nationalists taking but in authoritative circles events of any previous time Jik looked upon As tending to sep All Mitchell and out of town sex Cabinet was convened this port former Premier Venizelos. I service men Are requested to of morning to Eon Eide a message from Wear of the court House Friday at brigadier general sir Charles liar accession of George 4 r m to take Par in Tho Parade. In tor commanding the Allied Force met he made difficult a Jin constantinople summarizing Mas by at a Ochi Ted press Liea of wire tel have Mac Radii Tapha Kemal of Shams reply to gun atom to it Greece. Sept. 27 a it 1 re Lul Haj Dill by ill Pra Harington s warning against Vin Portal that a Section of the Reyold lat Lon of the Neutral zone along the tonary is imbued with the idea r Strait. The reply was considered to it a Republic and that the accession american league evasive Ani ambiguous. 0f King George May be accompanied a _. Tiro possible a a lews i with some diff Cui ies j new York my u. A an impressive pro vengelist Demon Boston. A. 0 two View May be Aken of stration occurred in the City tonight. Bush and re hang w. Collins and Pha Kemal s intentions it is stated. Tbnu>and8 of persons including some Ruel. One is that under the cover of i troops paraded the Street. Cavalry he May be bringing up a bin gang and a claiming Venizelos and i first game i Tiller and material and doing All waving portraits of the former pre Washington 611 bbl i bb�?9 12 t he Dan to compel the British to fire the throng marched to the 1 Philadelphia bbl 21b 20b�?6 la i the first shot. The in serious View French legation crying a Viva i Mogridge and Harrity. Rommel is that he is truthful in his state the revolutionists have entered the Jotcham Schilling Eck Hima Chint that a Doe not know who re City and occupied the strategic to a and Perkins. Bruggy. I the Neutral zone extends. And the ministries
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