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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - April 1, 1922, Mitchell, South Dakota
The evening Republican third edition vol. , South Dakota saturday april i 1922 number 156all mines Idle Day air plane is key to unlock far North a a is Amundsen will carry machines on Polar trip Modem instruments of science he says will Aid in explorations his work made easy famous a Bloker in utting olt four year expedition into Frozen Arctic York. N. Y., april i. A copyright 192 2 by the evening republicans rets of Tho North pole Are to to unlocked by the air plane the movie camera and the wireless Telephone. A modern instruments of science fays Captain Roald Amundsen a will give to the Farmer manufacturer and the seafarer information of incalculable value of the far North s mysterious effect upon conditions Amundsen discoverer of the South pole. Is in new York preparing for fair year historic expedition that will Start june t. By ship i shall float with the ice Fields Over the roof of the he said. A air planes will take us Over Tho North pole. With movie or in eras we will pet a photographic record that will never perish. And by radio i shall he in daily touch if no. Essary. With civilization relaying reports that otherwise would be hidden for exploring made easy Amundsen. In his fifties with grading hair and face lined by yearn d battling with the desolate ice Fields of both ends of the Earth talks of his remarkable plans As if at last science had made easy the path of Tho explorer. A to Ltd we know All about our planet we Are like children walking is the said Amundsen. A a i Dhoti Square Miles of unknown territory lies within the Arctic Amundson s ship. lies at cattle. He estimates it will take four years to with the ice stress the North pole. Rut provi it it it is i no tons of food will be taken a a i last five years. Ton persons will be in the expedition. Including scientists. On the Maud will be two air planes. One is a 7 la Mot a i on of Lane provided by John m. Farson. The air plane equipment Cost $40,000. Equipment counts a hundreds of explorers a amunds it it a explained a have tried to solve a it mysteries of the far North. Rut they have not been equipped As we will be. Ave will not be prisoners in to ice As i have been before and As a ii Arctic explorers have been. Quot from the ship we can sail by airline Over a radius of too Miles. Ob-7 nations of upper air conditions d photographic maps will be easily r Ade. Our radio will keep us in constant touch with the world. A the Best of it is that our informs to a will not be stale when we Send i Back. Our radio will take care of that. A Cir daily radio reports on the rather the water tile air and the ice of the North pole May have distinct value to the people of the United states and Europe. Quot the weather even As far South As new York is tremendously affected y the Arctic air conditions just As it Ean currents further South Are in Iuen ced by currents in the Amundsen will occupy the queer a Nuble position of Leader and chief ook a you he laughed. T am a tailor not a scientist. I am going to Ake the scientists Over the Tori of e world to study it. And i shall Perl Naly see thut they do not go Hurter while they Are doing a Plain Amundsen discovered the Smth pole in 1911. Previously Bredeen 1903 and 1906, he travelled a Quot rough and mapped the Long sought n or h West i a sea go. year he made a Survey of the a Arctic regions just above Alaska a a a Parn tory to Tho trip beginning tis summer. After leaving Seattle the a a Maud i put in at Nome. Alaska and off ran gel Island in the Arctic Circle p Drift with the ice will begin. 1 Lief of the scientific research a Quot till the expedition will be or. I. Sverdrup. Aviators and radio orators will be Lieut. Oskar Omdal d Lieut. Add Dahl both of the i oru. A Navy. Deakin Funchal % Charles successor to Franz Joseph succumbs to an attack of pneumonia was allies prisoner former i poker. Imprisoned like Napoleon after trying to regain throng rail action in miners strike is hinted today Cleveland officials know nothing of meeting mentioned by Fitzgerald by associated press leased wire Cincinnati of. April in a. Ii. Fitzgerald grand president of the brotherhood of Railroad clerks freight handlers station and express employs. Today said it was possible the head of the 16 Railroad brotherhoods would take some United action at a conference in Chicago sunday that would be followed by immediate results. Nation wide in scope in connection with the miners strike lie will leave tonight for Chicago. I he ago Den i is foal strike is considered Chicago. 111. April in persons in close touch with Railroad unions today denied that any action in connection w Ith the Coal miners strike is contemplated at the conference of leaders of 16 railway unions Here Tomb Row As was announced in Cincinnati by e. Of. Fitzgerald Percsi attain Roald Amundsen his ship a Maud a and one of his monoplane in flight. Woman is named for . Senate by minnesotans remold tic convention nominates mrs. Olesen to run at. Nfn St sin mor Kellogg by associated press leased wire Funchal Madeira april former emperor Charles of Austria Hungary died Here this morning. The former emperor has men ill for several weeks and for the past few Days has been sinking slowly. Yesterday Jill Hope of saving the life of the former j Monarch was Given up. Former emperor Charles of Austria Hungary and Liis we Zita were sent into exile by the entente allies after he had made two spectacular attempts to regain the thrones either of Austria or Hungary. Thereat ter he was kept a political prisoner on the portuguese Island of Madeira. Loo Miles off the african coast. Held i Ike Napoleon although his situation in exile there resembled in some respects that of Napoleon of St. Helena Charles and Zita occupied a much a More comfortable position for they were Given a pleasant Home in the Beautiful City of Funchal whose residents treated them with Friendly con i Side ration. I exempress Zita had left her hts Blackert month in City s i children it. Switzerland and when history trouble to Ltd a was taken ill the Allied to nees despite pact Ern ments permitted her to return to that country and visit them. By a Wmk fated press i abased wire after Iii establishment a it of the a us Bol fast. Ireland. April Roll j Tri Ira Republic on november 12. 191s of fatalities from the fictional dior Lun ies who wag then Iii Belfast death toll in March is sixty four i Ders in Belfast reported a total of sixth four for the month of March the blackest month in Belfast h Story. The last victim of the month w Sfrancis Flynn who died last nig it from the effects of injuries received in a recent bombing outrage. An unsuccessful attempt was made i Ite last evening to set fire to a Large engineering establishment on the Side of Belfast. Two unexploded bombs were found on the premises. On i ii is hold i p a train from Belfast to Dublin was a list Ria j sought permission to remain in that country but he was asked to leave after it was found he was plotting for Iris resumption of Power. He left with his family late in March 1919 land rented a House on the Banks of Lake Geneva at Prai gins where resided some months. He refused during the to \ by n a to aged last night by the state democratic convention As their candidate for Tho Dent of the brotherhood of railway i United states Senate at Tao Jun pm a i held tip at Duneer. County Lutito. To Miti Neapolis. Minn. April mrs. Forty armed Levo wearing Peter Oleson of Cloquet was Andurs. Coats. Leggings and Caps. The Jaiem filtered the mail conc la and All letters and Jar chefs from Belfast. During the raid the train and steamship clerks freight handlers. Station arum express employees the meeting is to discuss recommend Maries. It was said that it was or a my the first time in the history of the coun nations for a successor to Albert j try that a major political party a Phillips labor member of the rail endorsed a woman for United states Road labor Board which recently re senator. Crew Ain the Duneer station staff were covered by revolvers. A fierce fight bet wee a party signed it was said. Lea Eland labor Heads know nothing of la i i Cleveland. O. April in either of the three chiefs of Railroad Brot Ber Hind organizations with Headquarters Here will he in Chicago sunday for the the 16 Railroad Broth mrs. Olesen has taken a prominent part in democratic politics in Minne m Sota and the nation for several year. A Minnesota republicans re Nom i Nate Kellog 4. To. Paul. Minn. April 1�?republicans of Minnesota meeting in state convention Here yesterday endorsed Rhoods. Warren s. Stone president a Romp Rte state ticket for the june oath a engineers a. G. Be president. Of the trainmen and w. S. Carter president of the firemen All said they Ina Ding one woman. Knew nothing of such a meeting and would not be in Chicago tomorrow. Of peaceful new York no York \. A. April March a. A record Moi till for violence Iii this City. Thirty Seton it my is were in third or cd. Among Thorn three women. Tune reports of h legend plotting leaked out and brought Forth a categorical statement from the entente that the restoration of the House of Days Birg would nor in permitted. Charles had steadfastly refused to abdicate although he a was request to do so at various i times. On March 29. 1921, to sudden in appeared in Vienna but his or i titres being repulsed by the Austria i. Authorities. Lie went to Budapest i where he attempted without Success to it aka olt r the hungarian govern a men from Admiral Hart by hungarian Regent. Although disappointed by the Lark of support the former pm operators however say real test will come on next monday employers Point to fact that april i has been Holiday among miners since 1898�?National labor Headquarters confident men will stay out hard and soft districts each affected similarly in be loss is enormous production of no daily of Minnii inti it owl. And a $2,000,000 Iii Vaage Waco limited by Union officiate have resulted from the a us it it Init. While in the Anthracite Field the to was t00,00o ton of Coal Ami in wage. I lie Holiday of tin miners in Cut in ration of flu anniversary of Iii Cit lit hour work Alay re my tto a a Liebig observed by the my Union Miner in Keut Uek. Who Are to continue work recall is their font race with the operator a another year to run. Or. Anil in exp col the Kent Vickky men to a to Hack at work monday. Eur government operation Washington. April Goycritincnt Odiern Tiomi of the i Oal imps was ii get std Iii a statement inlay h it senator Borah. . Idaho chairman of tin Senate labor committee Afir con f in Knees Quot till Represa Rita twas or Miner Audo a rat airs. The a Viator air a Iii was tin a Stirnat in i if tin Coal 111< i air Ivy was not a Orsani de. I the work it n a ctr amp Tiomi of the first time in history of Ca it Al Industry both bituminous and be Coal Fields virtually were Idle today As the result of the 600,600 miners effective to Midnight last night. I officials asserted that non Union miners were int puffed in the walkout and that 6000 of the 7. Ort mines in the country were shut Down. The first Day of the nationwide suspension fell on the anniversary of tin adoption of the eight hour Day. April i ls9v As the Day has been generally observe As a Holiday in Normal times estimates of the suspension were not regarded As final. The administration Iii Washington continued policy. Corp in Eten it of tin to observe a hand la is to Labit Al president Lewis of the United mine workers pm inned to leave i my la a Polis tonight for Washington to a play the miners Case before the Public labor committee in derail on operators in the Morgantown District of West Virginia Annoti de they would reopen Ami monday on an open shop basis in some Fields railroads serving the mints Laid off Large forces. Jatos at eight Hundred thousand dollars affecting Twenty thousand f a in Hies. By primary election headed t sat is senator Frank b. Kellogg police Ami members of the Irish re publican army took place time mites from Cookstown Tyrone a guilty. La Thunderbolt hits spire of Church in Nepi Italy none Hurt by associated press Iasi Eil wire Rome. Italy. April a Thunderbolt today demolished the Belfry of missioner. Ivan Rowen attorney Gentile Cathedral in the ancient City of j Era i Clifford l. Hilton. Nepus Iso Miles from Rome while 2.aoo parishioners were listening to a Sermon. The incident created a panic but fortunately there was no victims. The Cathedral was originally built in the fifth Century on the site of the ancient Temple to Jupiter. Of Ford Road makes report of deficit is its first loss United. A a an it Pjeter at Midnight last night. Police Hia ,. The police were patrolling the Dis incumbents were endorsed for state 1 .1 in inn of clerk of fiet which is mountainous when office with the exception of tiers a the supreme court which went to i they c ame upon a Large Bob of sol miss Grace f kerch or of Ortonville Diers drilling the patrol took Cov on the second ballot and then Washer and in the ensuing , the pomade unanimous. There were seven Lii of commander. A. G Sciand. Was candidates for this office. Wounded and the soldiers lost one j , the other candidates endorsed Are killed and several wounded. Governor a a. A. Law pres lenten a labourer named Donnelly was ant governor. Louis l. Rollins Secre nested at the fire Side last night read tar of state. Mike Holm auditor eng the terms of the London peace in Ion Heads Lom i Dent strike xxx if be Lompis by Ussin Iata d prot a i a Elt xxx in Indianapolis in. April confident that i he Sells pension of work begun at Midnight by Union Coal miners would result Ted in in a Complete tie up of the country a unionized Fields officials of the foiled mine workers of America at its pea do Airt firs Here awaited reports from a1 is talc a can Ern showing the exact of Tho shutdown. A reports received at District Headquarters of the miners Union indicated that the tie up in the Indiana Field where 26.000 Union miners wet employed was Complete. International president John be wish immediate plans ailed for him leaving Here tonight for Washington Apea ring Ayu monday before the Lions Perot infused to leave the country labor committee and then proceed pleading illness. Later he offered to renounce All his titles remaining As a simple citizen. Switzerland meanwhile incensed at his violations Alf his agreement not to leave the country was reported is unwilling again to receive him. The members of the Little entente. Yugoslavia it Zee to slovak la and Rumania. Sent an ultimatum to Hungary demanding his Ejoan Tion and on april 6. He re entered Switzerland which received him on the understanding he would engage in no More or propaganda. Ing to new York to resume wage negotiations with the Anthracite operatic. He declared he expected to Lay the miners Case before the House committee in if Tail. But re framed from further i oiment Ami his prospective testimony. Intrigues Ray p. Chase treasurer. Henry let act to ins wife from a newspaper Hines Railroad and warehouse com when u bomb was thrown which killed his three year old son and wound i twi to unit Bonier Ile was ordered to remove his Resi from near the Border to the Central part of Switzerland and did so locating near Reggis. The Swiss increased their guard Over him. But on october 22 he reached Haab. Hungary having crossed the Swiss Frontier in an air plane. He formed a a a legitimise administration Tux it it ii Only for Pobi it Spiel x by associated pros la Neil xxx ire Washington d. A april derided on a policy of non intervention a least at this stage of the dispute the administration viewed the beam i Ning of the National Coal strike in Anthracite and bituminous mines today with the Protection of the general Public in the matter if Coal Supply and prices As the uppermost concern of officials. This they believed was rown leh balance of Power plan not wanted in Minnesota Cabinet at Raab and cd two other children and Donnelly marched on Budapest with an army himself. Of 12.000 men. The hungarian Minneapolis. Minn. April in a. A Townley balance of Power plan is not wanted in Minnesota any More than it was wanted in North Dakota cards Bush Barracks. Irish Republic in i mix xxx i Al Taki n new Oxell London. Bug. April Dublin brigade of the Irish Republican army a has been Mobil Zed for Parade tomorrow morning to t Ike a new oath of allegiance or an oat with new implications. Fays a St foment issued from the army Headquarters in in g is telegraphed governments it exciting condition1 it Al surplus in Addi at non Union mines St rat Ion is con Vino assured both by and the present e Tion to production during the strike. That the admin. Cd that immediate intervention in in Loyal troops against him and he was Gal or extra Legal ways would be fun Fin atty captured with his wife near tile and unnecessary was made Komor n and confined in the Castle at known last night at a final White that Covaros until the entente allies. House discussion of the question determined that he should not again president Harding had been urged have an Opportunity to attempt a during the Ala to make a further at j coup d eat. Sent Teni to Madeira. Tempt to bring the operators and it Harles still refused to abdicate re i miners together but it was later Static hungarian government on tie cd at the xxx Hite House that no action seclusion offered in House to declare Philippines free w it on. In. April in a res it looking to philippine ind Epen was introduced yesterday in of Louse by representative Moore. R to. Virginia. The Resolution a Ort h that it is the sense of the ? a at the president enter into a ions with the Powers having mortal interests in the Pacific or thereto to conclude a treaty izing the philippine Island s As a r Iju indent state. Washington. I. A. April Detroit. Tohy do and Ironton Railroad. Acquired recently by Henry Ford reported its first deficit in operating expenses to the interstate Commerce commission in its monthly earnings for december. It failed to earn operating expenses in that month by $331,000. The state nonpartisan league Convell by the daily mail correspondent. Lion in session Here yesterday voted a Tho officers and u in the nos against adopting the plan in the Sage adds a must underwing the Minnesota elections after Townley real purpose of the to mobilization is had explained it. The convention a take them away from their Posi also told by Townley that he intend ton under general Headquarters As cd to resign hut according to reports army of the government of the from the convention Hail where a so pc pie of Orot session Wajs held the league a a president did not tender his re Igna Tion yesterday. Of woe old tighten liquor Laws the Man i of the allies passed a Bill in a the National Assembly dethroning him and permanently ousting hapsburg regime. A few Days f Iler he and Zita were conveyed by a British warship k funeral where they arrived november 19, 1921. Was advisable at this time. Refuse Lof the operators to Confer with the miners at the government s solicitation it was stated. Wad left the government with nothing More to do than the general welfare demanded. Previous profits under Ford management. However allowed the rail were proposed to Premier King by weather report South Dakota rain probably to Ottawa. Man., april in sweeping night and sunday not much change changes in the Canadian liquor Laws in temperature. Wami a Ite tie up in Pennsylvania of plete Wilkes Barre. Pay a april oper j the Anthracite Coal Linchis a standstill today under the Road to finish its year with a net profit the Dominion committee on liquor or it or Jne monday of $43,000. Legislation. Weather Outlook for the week he Terven Tion in any labor trouble needs emergency is word Kington Lac april Fe&Ltj-i inter Mojo in Industrial cons l be the present Coal strike it be laced on highest authority at s the House must necessarily be on the existence of Public a it by and that emergency of s the Public does not appear to 1 St present in the situation. During March the Republican made a net gain after deducting All stops of 938 new subscribers in the City and by mail tile largest gain in any one month in the history of the Republican upper Mississippi and lower Missouri Valley unsettled showers at beginning of week and again thursday or Friday otherwise fair nor i Mal temperature. Xiv a temperatures by the republicans recording thermometer Friday saturday 3 p. In. 4 3 3 a. In. 31 f p. In. 42 6 a. In. 27 a p. M. 36 9 . 33 12 p. In. 32 12 in. 4 7 3 p in. Is maximum St at 3 p. In. Saturday minimum 27 at 6 a. In. Saturday by the official government thermometer from noon yesterday to noon today maximum 4 s minimum 31 at ii Amah 4$ x ii tim of pneumonia Charles was taken ill slightly More than a week ago. Ile was first said to actions in be suffering from fever but direct advices from fungal on March suspension order of the United mine announced that his malady was Bren a workers of America. Reports from Chial pneumonia. And later it w is 11,1 Ltd a riots were that the fifty eight stated that he was suffering Felt in companies operating two Hundred pneumonia with care ral Compline and a a and employing options. His condition became or proximately la.000 men Anil boys ions wednesday that extreme unction i were Idle. It was the first general a administered. Anthracite Field for a a new scale was Harding cleans gut Bureau of engraving new director named by associated press feared wire Washington. Of april 3.�?the Bureau of engraving and printing was operating today under practically a suspension in the since 1912, when signed. Operators and officials of the Union alike agreed that the tie up would be one Hundred percent effective. With two exceptions the operators have declared that there would be no Effort to work the mines while wage negotiations were on. Notices Are posted at the Jermyn Colliery at old forge that the mine will work and officials of the Beaver Valley Coal company near Bloomsburg an cur spasmodic shootings m Akk Illin it us str i pkg Ben tim. Iii., april spasmodic shooting pm curved today Iii various sections of Illinois where Tho a miners strike is a ported a d�0 percent Complete. Jesse Henson night chief of police in i due Kinin was shot and wounded seriously and policeman Walter Sci Nee wis Woun Ltd a slightly by hurry Reid a Miner Early today. I xxx x Minkus Stol xxx huk 12 non pm a a Loyes Oft Albia la. April a Nion miners of Iowa quit work in an orderly fashion \e4ter�fciv and Are prepared to stay away from the mines us Long As the Shtrik is in fore according to j Oil ii Gray of tile Iowa a list i it t of the United min worker of amur a. Approximately twelve thousand workers Are employed in the 126 mines Iii Iowa. Futon officials at Headquarters Here Are of the opinion that no utter it will be made to operate Tho mines and there will be in disorders in this state. _ j i Ai i. Inch la a in i in la to last mree months St. Paul minn., april it probably would be two months before Coal users of tim Northwest feel the full effect of the Coil miners strike it was asserted by fuel dealers Here tort a More than three million tons sire piled up at docks at Duluth Ami Superior railroads have about 17.-Ami pm a along their lines and several Hundred Tho Saml tons of Coke Are available for emergency use it was said. The Only Coal mines to be affected in the Northwest Are Nar Burlington n. D., where Lignite is produced. I n la in All i it i i. Xool Stop it or or Idi it Hon new York. X. V., april in it on Gressional action to prohibit overdevelopment of the Coal Industry was proposed Here today by Philip Murray. President of the United mine workers if America a was a tire for the Pleat evil which has America in the grip of a nationwide strike a ten thousand bituminous mines Are being worked i ii this country when 7.000 mines could produce suf Flient Coal for the nations needs a he declared. A the reason for this condition is the greediness of corporations who hold undeveloped Coal lambs to make them pay profits. New mines Are opened before there is a Market for the products millions of dollars Are invested in properties that can Only work part time. More men than the Industry can rep employed a drawn into it. A we have seasons of great activities in All the mines followed by Long periods of idleness. Men Are required to live 363 Days on the earnings of from 40 to 2"0 Days. There is a huge waste of human Power of Money and of coals followed by to prevent such strikes Murray proposes that f ingress pass re re la tory legislation prohibiting fun development of bituminous Coal lands least ten years.�?T. In add takes Stees Ltd it it Rex la a Coal xxx Calgary Alberta. April action to prevent a prospective strike of nearly 12.��oo miners in Western Canada were begun Here by the government conciliation Board denies cd Xiv Oxx news Are forcing Eva loft a vac in god. I. April . Of it of Terre haute ind. Vice of thex Andalla Coal company testifying before the Senate Board of Oxx x lab i Lender dead City la., april in City i Oun etl Mao Henry mint a be Ieuv. Well known in Iowa labor a is died iat a a it n leg \ a it cd last night after the shooting of one Complete new executive personnel of its non Union men gnat they would from the director Down and induct j attempt to operate during the sus i ing every division of the Bureau. The pension sweeping change in the bureaus and the Man shot near Bloomsburg was a committee declared Quot the Effort to ministration was effected by Wresl one of the few who remained at work make it appear that operator Are try Dent Harding through an executive he said he had no enemies and was order last night removing James a at a loss to explain the attack. Union Wilmeth the director and a number official sail to we act an out Bro. Of division chiefs and other official of the get i ral on i rate. J a for the Good the Szvcs. Louis thew daily i in proud Ion due a. His a splat an chief of file in i Ion to in a tie it Mil Ltd at More of a carving was Nam Laa Ute tons of hard and j at or. To in a in Ting to Force a strike a order to w i sixty million Torso Coal 1a. T a tire sixty Odd trillion tons a of de by the a Cologira Survey is rot in he rec in i in the Bande of a Neur a a now fat and bad to in it a it
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