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   Republican, The (Newspaper) - January 9, 1921, Mitchell, South Dakota                                1 ion 3 SOUTH JANUARY 1921 1 t 1 Mr 1 I ANTILEAGUERS MAY 1W r r PACTS FRIENDS TO BE FEWER AT NEXT SESSION SENATOR PENROSE SHOWS EFFECT OF LONG ILLNESS DOOMED CAUSE IIT WILL MEQUIMC TWO THIRDS MMOMTV ol and BV WIIMMC SULUVAM Pnliliial Correspondent New York Evening iPusl any of all heard from his recently ended with HIP best iis make a distilled and that distilled as in Hiirdings program with 1 tinLeague of such iiniipliun is very wide tlie will not go into de does aiot intend that it into 3t is merely a so 1o speaK and Hie I restrict it 1o This IPwill disclose in his inaugural mi March a week after March Jie iwii put iirtain machinery in motion in whid this machinery Senator has made no greater disclos ilitails than he has smade of his fur tinleague of 1 as tliimachinery will of to negotiate with the of I i all that Harding has hi I Sn much for Lei us now lluforces at work outside of it and to uome antagonistic to DIAMOND STARS FROM UMPIRE LIVES UP TO HIS REPUTATION AND GIVES WRONG CHANGE DCS Jail 8 former hall runs1 a rtstauiant in San Uhego Junm in the place asa During rushhour EltQMC SCOOT TO SCOUR UNI VERSITY FOR OTNER COLLINSES New en fedguiient of Paul minor league to the Iqgc didjiionds for stray talent to he utilized hj the Yankees of the future bespeaks a anibition on the part of Colonels Ruppert and Hub ton In make tlieir club the in the The college diamond has produced man a star of the past and will doubtless develop man a hcadlinet future One lite onlj to scan the list of the major league stars of Hie present to realize fertile a field for the developmentof young blood the college i has been in the past Eddie White Sox isperhaps thenipSt noted of all pro fessional spiang into professional baseball from the rank ofthe of the Giants is another unusual uni TintirM thing to remember is that cannot or any plan whatever affecting iliitiuiis except and uf the So far as iiiincerued it would he con in ivorytliinp we know of Hard iiu if insluiulii try to tlie df HIP ih much niorp likely to con tinSennit to find out how far is willingto and then that as the maximum his own what the us Jn uo Seaator Boles G P is back in leading the fight for the tariff after 13 months absence due serious illness The Pennsylvania senator baa so much weight that bis clothes are baggy and lie is still vifyweak one a 5 bill a customer in payment gave Thomas his lunch Toman happened to change for only1 a The looked at his small change Ihcn at the The ball pliscis jelled all sea son that you were he said now I Ihmk thej light about it EASY COME EASY GO FOR BAMBINO CUBAN RACES AND FILMS TOOK OF BABES CASH LAST YEAR Mitchell thirty Thai is senator Knoxs sub stitute for our entering the league of This Knox plan is of a 11 is not a treaty or anything else of the It is a mere public official declaration of Senator Knox liimsilf admits In arguing V for it he avowed by public ofj ficial declaration it might prove vor BUT ENGLAND PRESENTS REC I to serve with the Mon roe Doctrine as a fundamental doc trine of American it vii ilikely lo The aiew Seriate is rwliilmingly acj i it is to takP about foreign affairs 1 must likily to be liimliliraii The prevailing inft of lhar Will Mold Caucus TinKtnubliRan majority an the in all when the will a on this Indeed 1 suspect that inTor aiv already hiing hHd In srniip uf who 1 JIMlikily to he dominant on this I but State it MO more iiMiijrly Hun as that the whiili Knox announced as an alternative to en tirnii of was the iiiii such an informal caucus r 11 is fair to Senator Knox Involves His Pledge At this puinl arises an interei OROS OF OLD AGE THAT ARE V HARD TO BEAT long aVerajfe life is in says Does this proposal of in recent and in George Sislcr of tlie Browns also comes forthfrom has signed toa most important Yankees possibilities the college player and search thoroughly as all available material that may be at large on the college Manager Hugging says While not had very many college players clubs I have man aged I have high regard for the American university as a developing for exceptional hall One has only to recall Collins and Sisler came from colleges to un derstand jvhat I The Yankees believe that some where ainong ihe colleges are any number of efficient young players who a Hltlc instruction should develop into great stars of tlie be for the to look out for such Q Ruth had good reasons for reluimng to the United States of If he hadnt stalled when he did lied hae hail to svum and him self in 4 bairel aftct landingThe Babe has been took Havana He thought he had a set of winners and they are still In all theBabedcoppctt accord January to 1S91 A for helpfrom Armour today resulted in about a dozen Mitchell firemen going there by a special trainto fight a fire wlueli des troyed two blocks of the business section this The before 7 and the firemen were on their way in a short speuul nn ou which1 traveled consisted of an and and they made the trip in one hewn and 28 otherapparatus from thUt was also taketu along to fight the file It was learned in dis patches Uter in the dajfc that the total loss nearly witti msuiance covering less than one half of this John C Bennett of Artesian has been in Mitchell for the past few days H Rew and Jack Because of theIndian uprising at PinrRidge the officers and men of Company I are be called tothe front any It is stated that the governor uded to call thfe Dakota National Guard into Frank Wellcitook yesterdays to Des A formerly of Burton is now agent of the Milwaukee rail way The bill to givefree mail de livery to townshaving postal re iiigto by a year more is Cuban sports and American isnt half of Babe lias his trouble in Hewas for 500 in the picture garhe the exact The of the picture proposition blew up and left Babe stuck for Thats the I for any Sold made uihome runs and gyped for more coin thanany other ballplayer re ceived in a single and Babe wont even let out a Hell just and take it as if it was the best joke in the campaign speeches that he would taku steps to bring about An ljnieg Tjle Association of Nations ir ests of permanent peace If Senator Harding assents lo proposal froiii tin and doe not go any farther than his propo j jest sal I thai In in i inriivi rather evaded admitting most of the new Senators are irreconcilable in tt knowithis is I havibeen at pains to talk with them and correspond with all df The hulk of tli said Mother in modern aiithprityin this case is Association of Nations in the interj lhc roister of he is said to have wasOld That jiii tbev But when he does he then be regarded as KnIand vas onl ing lived to his campaign viilliam arconlm to thu This point SenaKu Kuox a m tiie course of his iol argument in favorof his he said The declaration of a such followed by a similar decla ration hy other con stitute an Association of Nations bound together by a common purpose as 1 havesaid on another neither sealing sig natures nor lilue ribbons could inak likely become a jaw Picklei itSvill lake in Water Rapul and and Green are pre paring to reunion ot their old bettler friemls their rubidence next Wednesday and Celeste GougUlin started today by way City A ol about 73 emigraitts enroute front Europe 5 were atthe unioni depot last the party were representar tiyes if coun try and to ddd to the twn Indians were The twenty or thirtv children the party fium islied amusement tcv a crowd ot curious during the evening by bulging songsiu their native Fred Hoffmanrt beere employed in tlie county by the cen sus bureau mortgage sta returned today fronn Aber having finished his Tom Fullerlon has returned front Louisand Kansas City on a busi ness Alstme has returneit from Aberdeen wherehe was in at tendance at meeting ot til Farmers Kings is engaged making model for the new artesian welt ma The vote b whielt Sioux seven to four for tltcliell and for Drake went through today from Plankintonto STAGE COXCH THRILLS IN BLACK HILLS WERE MILD TO TAXI RIDE ON BROADWAY NOW SPEED COP PROVED TO RAY SCHALK HE COULD ALSO CATCH INVADES FILMS Ihiy are opposed to the isiiami all of them say V will Insuidptl by the attitude majority or by ihe 8le of the holdover many who last winter were for the with have now the irreconcilable po among 1hcm is uf North ILast wiis thp lone Hepublican willing lo vole for the witlmul any Last called onj iiiilitis JUKI nolified him thai he liadj niMiiiliiiiiil his old iposition and had ovii toward irreconcilable several Jemd notably Shields of have moved over toward iniiiiiifiliibii in nil the new Senate is much likil IIP dominated by the 3r Hum who arc friiiiN nf UiiiLpague in any tiegrtx iKnon Lays Out Program Sinator Knox 3s one of Ihe Headers of the ir ilel us lipiiui whirti he formally laid iefore lust Knoxs the of Jlis girogram ds as fol aflpr March 4 Knox will antroduce his res a sejarate pence wll undoubtedly I more obligatory or That constitutes all that is now af firmative and formal in the Senate proposal with regard to1our foreign But certain other are What these other things are can he discov ered from another paragraph in the argument Senator Knox made to Senator Itreails Such a would not in ttrfvrc with codilication of inter nationallaw the 4reation of a court to licide iiilernational of on 51 Stj Otaieo Ined dt Lizard Com Itmust have been a healthful Shifnal She man ted third hu band at the ago of and to be when she died in cryitliUIe someone comes iccipe for long But attention is paid to Xoc is there anj great rush for of emigration is in this KMdentlj manj per cf shorter life which is in the United OF OF WOMt OF OCNCMALSLUMP Los Cal There is a decided slump in the moving picture industry with largest pro ducing corporations operating at from oneUftn to nearly Jan kingpin of the baseball may be a man el at but isnt entirely immune from To wit Rays little experir witli one of throttlers The White Sox catcher was York has thrown away its nickel novel of to begin reading thril ler of Dead Mans Gulch moved info Broadway and the Black Hilts set down on Fitth Avenue somewhere be tween thc WaldorfAstoria and i2nd something like100 robberies and stickups on the lists crimes for the past and more than 100 and kill down by offices the New Jias had or it a pennydieadful record il will take two gun men from Canyona lifetimes endeavor to drivf CAN HOCK FUWERS WHEN THEY RUNSHORT t justifiable the appoint York Jan latest ent commissions to uiiiig iiirpawnshops is one for motor political questions that threaten war or the enlightening the public of the world upon the nerils of the questions or iny other including dis thai might be agroed upon y the nations to lessen the probanil the subsequent to the passage of the Knox resofutum and from it and from each certain nego tiations leading to these things Senator Knox say Til missing of IKnox resolution will iiid HIP of with Gftr and ilisan con HI will jirepare the tor thp Slip next Ip is really Ijn finour the Nations piiri tin risolution already de u he 11 HIP dnclaried polic of 1 nilitl an ordrr to mpel iiinl fairly our obligationsMo 1 in HIP Sliit the freedom ly of Disarmament Talk H is Later that inVpiwnshops is one for motor Heretofore pawnshops have bPeh that want to put tipHjicif watch or man r who are on the inside if pjwnmg business de tided institution for be bad pawnshop is locdled in the heart of Qolumbus tae when the motor shoit of ready raon he dme his fli and place it he fails to pa back loan wrtbjinlerest the cat is sold is ySaid vtn The Universal is almost the only one to claim the latterproportion all the rest havingmore than half their cilities large number of jobless aclois and studio workers is prevented from increasing only by the policy of many of the firms to keep their on the Most employees are do ing odd jobs about the watt ing for the predicted provement with tlie new Thousands are unemployed in spite of these efforts and it appears that the slump is much more in corporations controlled by Eastern in terests than in the Vocal The situationhas caused a rapid growth in the long that a thor ough housecleaning and greatly m ircased efficiency is needed in tlie in There are 100 lo 123 companies wit i headquarters here and practically all of them are feelingthe Metro ami Lasky studios arc almost at a standstill with only a small propo at Goldwyn isrunning at fourth capacity and at the Ince studios only two instead of the usualtwelve companies are at Tiie Fox Film company is busiest next lo the Universal andit is about half its ing dowii Michigan avenue full jplasl the other being pursued by a motorcycle copf Bay stepped on the gas and sped still intent on ahead of At Slat street he WBS overtaken and the which is the preliminary for speed law YcAi dont seem to know the best known of league catchers to the mua mounted on the I whats 1 dont came the Im Ray Scliaik ofthe White Every one ever lleani of a catcher knows i Im some said thfe and I guess live made some as he took the number of the machine driven by the king ot r A ride the Grand Central in a taxicabriovy is by lead ing of the city to have noth ing on a trip in tlie Deadwood Stage coach and tiie big hotels and resr talirants loom as the Santa Fe Saloon in the West days of the sixguu toter and the Boy Bandits of Bloody Twenty polieV riflehiepV patrol the streets at night in The curfew rings out al midnight when Central Park Is closed to vehicular and pedestrian and all persons abroad give account ot them selves1 Itacallml In the past criminal have urged for mation of ona par with the oC thefron tier before it was accused of mov ing back The has warned alB persona carrying or possessing valuables to procure themselves against likefirst pro erty Crimes been chconlcTed a they were robbery and murde1 and the news paperreader has feltat the thcllt of riding the in NURSE TALK ED OF FOR CABINET J WAS REAL OHIQINATOR OF PLANS CM8ODVIHO PHOPOMD WEL FARE DKrAHTMKNT days anrt Sang HIS LEGACY OF 300 BARRELS WHISKEY IS WHITE ELEPHANT Wichita A local whose identity revenue agents will not disclose has fallen heir to an estate valued at many thousands but which terms a white estate comprises three dred barrels of choice in part to a holding off to see what the public wants and also to a attribute ufactured andagecl to wait see how the in stead and liis act became famous The mangold the revenueagents only hlm fares aYthe honds of income self amiasked if he ecu d dispose Xew York Lil lian WaloT of New one of lite countrys mostprominent is mentioned by Republican forecasting the makeup of the administra as a possible choice as the tirst woman cabinet officer in the United Miss whois honorary president ot Ihe national for public health head worker of theSew York Nurses Set is one of a dozen women said to be under consideration for the position the iiead of the proposed department ofpubtip She has hearty members ot various Miss Wald was the original advo cate of the federal bureau which she proposed to Roosevelt and which was established held no prairie fcailcoad ini mune froml their ravages Estimates have placed about as the total value of loot ob tained by tluevesandi yegs men in New Vorfc during Day light attacks Gceall White Way IioteU and banditry have yielded muchi of thit valuables As many to robberies ami thefts fea tured Cor A of violence of anrt six such attempts in a day have been frvf en Mew bandits oft with a number of factory and banks gunmen walk and demand money front the Safe under penalty of instant All this time the Depart ment been under 1 Police Comlmrssioner rfgbt bower of he city at tacked the beeause theprevalence the TheCommfssloner investigate questions threatening war J These t is Intended to n prolTalily series At Ibis point arises the question Wlial will the League do about it the league insist going on and and on hand 0 lalUB fcitt vf and excess profits tax law authors In of ILMIc ronirpss i it away or sell but declines to Rovanilp functioning ven us oil SALES NEAR MILLION plan in ithiuk he must Jia having 4hi resolution CARFENTICR KCTUIWCO FOR AlPPLAtft niil of ihcms lluvn I by anv or limi uf thr Sjnitnd States will such a Kiluation with ifiTave as a alsown peace will ivith iOthr affoftpfl a view lo ltn rising means for lite avmoval sucir and svJU Jllie arising in the with Hi1 frionds of for its goe farther than and imoUes wilii foreign can wlv Ihe v j This JN how f bhourke from yie escape from on I I f nit i i JD1 Dipc fetcros to 1 lion iOl onlv throughout to I nffpr Iniit but abzroad ty these pipes are the home v if ast year Missouris pour it into the Revenue men yjef revenue directed him collector at o COAST BACKSTOPS i THE REAL iRO MEW falking about T durability Tan I the fic Coast season catching instance league credited i 84 games in the v l cuit vin 2 Claude games feaught withSanJPrancisco in Caught 4 BPimDn 170 Wilsonjo by act of congress in It entirely out of her experience with childrens welfare that plan wa conceived who aireacBvely supporting the movement raising this combat1 it he asserting that To lengthened the hours called for additional Tpoticenuin antt sent but artnedl with rifles to patroE the shop pingand human wptfarn tr the dignity of ai office in Hie t of rjxt the promised Del partment of Welfare or of hu1 man wclfaee Js but out growth ot the BROT DOOR WEIGHTS FROM SIBERIA FWDS ScH livtog near brought with him vvlien he northern Russia lie secvetl with the f American military the t Carpentler accepted nhe offer yjut re his mind re tofgain and too nnich thaarrpiahe leftSwithout him minm d always thewowi dntyi U beeni and it will r of economical isupPer moit fit her wants buy her another robe she has the only one cleaned anil addsa touch at ribbon toadd the We can hlp you save   

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