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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - April 12, 1922, Mitchell, South Dakota Mitchell Auto truck and twelve pages the eve vol. Xxxviii. Mitchell s army hold treasure h Waters a her show Corn Palace apr. 20-21-22 Republican third edition mesday april 12, 1922 number 165 is planned Quot map Quot 1 a 160 millions Are at stake in two suits a a Billie Wedgewood is seeking to recover estate of her ancestors fights her own Case Chicago Mechanic stakes All Fok Mother and $100,000.-000 of Horseshoe special to the Republican Chicago. 111., april 12.�?two modern Day treasure Hunters arc laying plans Here today for a twentieth Cen Teryy Doest of vast fortunes. They Hope to pain $160,000,000. They will not Chart an antique calling vessel and cruise in the South sea. They will not comb sailors retreats for an aged Salt possessing yellow charts inscribed with cipher symbols. Instead in the modern quests the Coral reef will give Way to the judge s Bench and the a sailors a will be Alert j a hornets with Brief cases As their the two quests will be carried out j independently indeed the two treasure Hunters May not even know each Ether. For one is an attractive Young actress while the other is a Chicago j Mechanic. But both will stake their All in Gamble to secure wealth. The Vii do Wood Cace a Billie a Wedgewood former Boston j and Newport society girl and now an actress is studying Law in the wings Between acts. She a Given up parties and after Heater suppers to read Blackstone torts Contrada and other matters Legal. Because she wants to fight in per men before a British court for the 160,000,000 Fortune of sir Josiah Wedgewood to Wii re us a believes she can t get fhe the Iti inc proves the Legal a Fettel ringer 12 7 years ago of the american progenitor of the Wedgewood family. In those Days few records were kept. But miss Wedgewood Hopes to establish the marriage of her ancestor by taking a dozen representatives of american families descended from marriages of revolutionary Days and showing that no documentary evidence of their ancestors marriages can be produced. A i a in going to fight my own fight j impeachment of Daugherty is threatened Michigan congressman remands attorney general Gitt after War profiteers Washington. D. C., april 12.�?representative Woodruff Republican Michigan said in the House yesterday states it wan if the attorney general did not a fully look the govern h Ltd porn motor of Tripany he would a consider him guilty of m is f Cassan Cen and move his impeachment. Or. Woodruff a statement was made in an extended speech in which he charged that the department of Justice had failed to proceed in civil and criminal courts against a number of War contractors on testimony brought out before congressional investigating committee. At the same time the Michigan representative introduced a Resolution for appointment of a committee to fortunes Junior High school plan proves Worth system adopted in Mitchell results in increased school attendance individuals helped aka so is Are advanced to prove advantages of combination i by e m. A the reorganization of Mitchells secondary schools which was Long under discussion has now become a this reorganization is one re fact. Two modern treasure Hunters who seek wealth in Coit its Wood actress right. Glenn bolls Mechanic at work. Radio to convey easter message to american legion by associated press loaded wire Indianapolis ind. April 12.�?National commander Hanford Macnider of the american legion will Send an easter message to All members of the legion and Tho auxiliary by radio. April la through the w Jan j radio station at Detroit my ll., in a announced at legion Headquarters Here today. To Lei message will be sent at 360 meter wave length and under Normal conditions should be heard by operators in the Middle Western sult of such conditions within the school As too Early elimination of students. A recognition of individual differences and aptitudes too limited courses both As to number and context. Plus changing social and economic conditions in the United states. The phase of reorganization that has perhaps attracted the most attention is that of the Junior High school movement. Every new movement in education if it is to succeed must pass through two critical stages of development before it can find its proper place. The Junior High school has successfully passed the first stage which is recognition by educators Aud the Public but it is still within Utt second stage where actual practice is incomplete. Hundreds of cities Are helping to establish tile last stage for since the War there has been found a new impetus for Junior High school organizations. Has distinct place in order for a school system to change from the 8-4 plan to to 6-3-3 plan and to be of Benefit to the Pupil there must be some consideration Given to the reasons for re it organization other than to bring about a school housing ninth graders with seventh and eighth graders. Educators agree fairly Well today a daily rhyme by a. A we were asked to print a paper Don t you know or skill As Young composers just to show. Now we be done the Hest we could. Not Arall the Best we should h you think it at All Good Tell us so. Of you think it very bad Tell us so. Well he just As glad to know. Tell us so. Tho Well never print another it will help us to discover just what Charity should cover Tell us so. _ Vve Hope the daily staff had a rest. We did no to that is certain and no guess Bur wre sympathize much Mere than we Ever did before with the Force who daily hands us out their Best. Then Good by. Mitchell daily fond Adieu we thank you for this Day we surely do for we see with fright appalling what we be missed a life thrilling. And we haste where duty a calling to Adieu Lloyd George will seek to Force action English Premier despite France would follow Lead set by Sec. Hughes France has problems Bartholy says he Annot con is i or que Este on in lists of following Agenda his proposal Genoa Italy. April 12�?prime minister Lloyd George of front Britain to Exi mid to propose at tomorrow s Silling of commission number one of us economic on Fermie a met of undertaking that no nation shall attack another thus abolishing the possibility of War for the duration of the pact. Router s Rorric Pondt Quot it today says lie has Learned. Mississippi is at flood stage some Points in Wisconsin report slight revering of water by associated press leased wire Oconto. Win. April 12.�?Tho flood Waters which have inundated sections of Oconto have been checked on some of the claims for the Junior j by the cold weather and were Reed High schools having a place in a i ing this morning at a rate of about watch and see me win a she says. Investigate All War contracts made tile bolls by the War and Navy department and with his life s savings Glenn bolls j the alien property custodian the set $35-a-week Mechanic has engaged Dement of such contracts by these the Best Legal Talent he can find to fight for a Fortune that has berm eluding his ancestors for almost three centuries. Of he loses every cent he has in the world will be swept. Away. If he wins hell have a Fortune of $ the Fortune is represented by a Large treat in new Yorkus lower Broadway on which stand Trinity Church the City Hall and several skyscrapers. Bolls says that tract was deeded by the government to one of his ancestors and he a going to try to trove it. Found Horseshoe bolls a Quot kostors for years fought for the Fortune. But bolls did no to worry about it until he found a Horseshoe a i thought that presaged Good Luck find i decided to Start action right away a bolls says. A a in a not re opening the suit for departments and the attorney general and a the civil and criminal prosecutions or Lack of prosecutions of claims of the government arising out of such contracts or the settlement thereof. Full name on their stockings is style in Atlantic City now by Irish along Ulster Border Bancha Western Erst flu it a my _ in at to Tetra pass Over. Club officials expected the crows to lie on hand. The Advance set sle in All cities flags Bei n heavy. Only fair weather is needed to bring out the bleach rite. A thou Chicago americans will Start the season Here with the by. Louis Browns As their opponents. The or special constables and free ban boys Faber for the White sox mph 12.�? Hilly a warming up proper major league a today in tile be it in circuits. Eva. Pm for tile Edison except were holies inc tim Clouds i it school system. First the Junior a High school will secure better Dap i tation of subject matter methods and j discipline to adolescent boys and girls. At the age of twelve or thirteen the period of adolescence begins. With this period comes important changes in physical Structure and fim Tipp with corresponding changes an Inch an hour. Telephone advices from Oconto by associated press leased wire Genoa Italy. April 12.�?prim minister Lloyd George of great Britain contemplates suggesting an agreement for limitation of land armaments in Europe for a definite period according to an unverified report before the adjournment of the present economic conference. The a army it is thought will be patterned after tile naval Holiday completed it fit the Washington conference. Disarmament continues to he the most discussed question among the delegates Here although barred from formal consideration. Bart lion opposed the statement of Louis Sartbou head of the French delegation to the associated press yesterday explaining Why France cannot discuss disarmament at Genoa will probably remain the basis of the French attitude Falls and Stiles reported the River j on this question despite the attempts had fallen six inches since Midnight and a further fall was anticipated today. Nigh at 14i c Rosse a Crosse. Wis., april 12.�?the Mississippi reached the flood stage in hiatal development. The boy or j today attaining a Mark of 12 feet. A girl of twelve or thirteen is not what fourteen foot stage of water is pre of the russian delegation or other National groups to raise the Issue. A this is a purely economic conference a said the French Leader last night again emphasizing Frances position a and we have simply got to stick to our Agenda As America did state troops agree to withdraw and behave on Ference to it it met it a Row Belfast. Ireland. April 12�?Tho Petro Boveen leaders of Tho opposing parties of Southern Ireland will open Iii Dublin tomorrow afternoon it was announced Lier today. Atlantic City n. Y., april 12.�? names Are to replace the clocks and other adornments on women a stockings according to the models exhibited at the first annual fashion show Here. The show was Given in the open air and those attending the exhibit were surprised to see the names of the wearers of silk hosiery spelled personal reasons but for the Sake of out in full not merely initialled. My Mother. Of i win nothing will a in some instances in cases where in too Good for her. I the names Are Long they Start near a a there a been a Jinx on our Trail int i think that Horseshoe put it to flight. A anyway in a staking everything in the Horseshoe. In a game. Win or lose All on the first throw a a o prospective Burch jurors holding out on death penalty the knee and end just above the shoe top. The letters Are embroidered or beaded and Are in Harmony with the color of tile stockings. Loper leaves her youngest babe and rejoins her family los Angeles calif., april 12.�?opposition to the infliction of the death penalty is delaying Tho Section of a jury for the second trial of Arthur c. Burch for the murder of j. Belton Kennedy in which examination of More salesmen was expected to con i untie at the opening of court today. Another dearth of venire men seem j a i probable today. Only six names remained on the Roll in judge Sidney a Reeves court where however a new panel of too was due to report tomorrow. Mrs. J. B. Kennedy Mother of Theka Ain broker is reported critically ill. Miners chief says strike is gaining by associated pres lenses wire Omaha neb., april 12. Mrs. A. J. Lambert who eloped from Minn j Tho necessities of life. Belfast. Ireland. April 12.�?a truce has been declared Between the Ulster special constables and the free state troops which have been in menacing proximity along the Fermanagh Border Between Ulster and South Ireland. It was announced today. Sir Basel Brooks commanding the Fermanagh specials. Crooned into free state territory at Black lion. Near Belcoo. Yesterday and conferred with the rival Leader. The interview was harmonious and an agreement was reached under which both sides will withdraw their forces a Short distance from the Border Lino to avoid the risk of a clash. The part does not Hind the supporter Sofka Mon Al Valera who Are massing on the shores of Lough Levin near the town of Garrison where they have erected a huge Telescope and Are keeping constant watch upon the specials. Last evening a dozen motor cars brought reinforcements for the republicans. Human exhibits Are chief witnesses at rail wage hearings Chicago april 12�?human exhibits to prove that maintenance of Way Nail Road employees cannot live properly on their present Day pay were Brot j before the to United states Railroad la i Bor Hoard in a hearing on the roads demands for wage cuts. Frank p. J Walsh Union attorney called to the i witness stand a number of employees who personally told the Boal their present earnings kept them underfed. Underclothes and lacking some of and shocker of the Browns have been selected of the opposing pitchers. Faber Premier Pitcher of the circuit last season had shocker As a close contender fyr the Honor of being leading twirler. Schalk will catch for the sox and severed for St. Louis. K. M. Landis baseball commissioner. Will watch the season get under Way from a seat in the stands. The National league schedule for this end of the circuit brings together Chicago and Cincinnati at the latter a Home grounds and Pittsburgh and by. Louis in the cardinals Park. Manager Killefer is expected to make a Strong bid for Victory by sending Grover c Alexander against the reds at Cincinnati. Charles Hartnett a recruit Catcher who worked in the practice games has been praised highly and will receive. In the reds Box w ill be according to presen t indications. Eppa Rixey and Ivy Wingo will be behind the Bat. There was some uncertainty at by. Louis regarding Battery selections. Either Sherdel or Haines will appear on the Mound for the cardinals. Clemons will do the catching. The Mound assignment of the pirates May go to either Cooper Adams or Glaz Ner with Gooch on the receiving end. Appropriate ceremonies for opening Day have been arranged in All of the cities. Of senator Crow of Pennsylvania seriously ill he was at nine or ten. He is still within sight of his childhood but Bas 1 passed the place where he retains childhood thoughts and actions. A new consciousness is born new interests Are awakened new inspirations Influent a but Cor pan Fons Are sought. A on the physical Side there is an increased restless Ness and an increased desire for movement which brings about new motives Tor action. It is at this stage where if Leey interest can he aroused in present Fig new subject flatter. It is Here where pupils can he taught to assume new responsibilities. And to begin to control their own conduct. Provides for individual second the Junior High school provides better than under the old plan. For individual differences and aptitudes. Children May be of the same age chronologically hut mentally there May be a difference of from one to several years. It is possible to group students of like ability regardless of age so that the work Given to the group will be within the comprehension of All the group. In this Way a Pupil who would be a failure under the old organization May do passing work in a class where the group is homogeneous rather than heterogeneous. Then on the other hand the accelerated Pupil May have wider opportunities in new Fields of study and in old courses enriched with new a j dieted by saturday with the River of Washington otherwise we will get continuing to Rise rapidly at All Points North. Betti one Park is flooded and j i thirty Homes in North la Crosse Are surrounded t>5 water. A Tooler to either Oshkosh win. April 12.�?although the Fox River was St Fly rising today this City experienced improved condition because of the Chance to cooler weather. Flood conditions at the extreme South and North ends of the City subsided during the night and a Rohny certainly is not a menace has o�?orfiow�1 Hanks. Have a Monaco in Tho is feet at Winona potentially great German army of the Winona. Minn. April 12.�?the mis Sis Sippi River at Winona reached a j m. Barthou emphasized that a Din asked if France would be disposed to discuss disarmament at spine later conference m. Rar Thovie replied a Elf i a Rue cd to wry the easy pleasant the Trig newer would he yes and yet the real answer of France is we done to know. Germany future menace a a done to forget that we have before us a great army in Russia and while Stag of 13 feet today and was still j rising the flood stage is 16 feet but i River men Here do not believe that. The Crest will reach that Mark. No serious damage has thus far been caused by the High water a1 j though a few cellars in Low ground armament program is now under consideration by the league of nations which he said would doubtless give is proper attention. Economic body found organization of the economic com Thompson is slipping again arterial. Educators Are realizing More and More that to have the Public f Frago mayor is Given school fulfil its real purpose in the most democratic Way All the boys j and girls must he reached instead of a select few As in the past. Third the Junior High school decreases elimination from school and facilitates the transition of the Pupil from the Junior High school to the senior High school. No school can be so Well organized and adapted to the child a needs As not to lose some pupils hut All schools owe it to the Community to keep this loss at a minimum. This year in Mitchell one girl was lost Between the seventh and eighth grades. Not one Pupil was lost Between the eighth and ninth grades and Only four boys and four girls Between the ninth and tenth grades. 3?, offs a we. . Junior High school helped to retain nor the River front Are partially Mission of the conference was effect flooded a a result o free Jurf. A it but the quo Lerz of of m. Colrain. Noon u i French under Secretary of state As -0 j president. The commission then took up the question of the formation of sub commission and the appointment of such a commission composed of twelve members was agreed to after considerable debate. I the commission on transportation also effected organization by election of Premier theunes of Belgium am president. A sub commission composed of twelve delegates was formed. The economic sub commission a finally constituted is composed of delegates from the five inviting pow ers and one representative from Russia Germany Norway. Serbia Holland Latvia. Switzerland. It was agreed that any Delegate from a country not represented on the sub committee could submit memoranda containing suggestions and proposals. Other reprimand in Aldermani election by associated press leased wire Chicago. 111., april 12.�?the political faction of mayor William h. Thompson was Given Sharp Competition in the primary balloting yesterday despite the fact that it had no official ticket in the Field for nine of the Republican candidates nominated to the thirteen chief county devices were of Points of the Thompson organization which for several years has been to select a action and election. Following the recent judicial election where every Thompson Candi Apolis two years ago w Ith Edward j. Russe has left to rejoin her husband find four children at Zimmerman minn., leaving behind a seven months old son born to her and russe in Omaha. By associated press i ceased wire Pittsburgh a. April 12.�?United states senator William e. Crow who has been ill in a Hospital Here for several months was reported today As having suffered a relapse and his life was Dis pared of. Senator p. Ii. Knox to whose place in the Senate or. Crow was appointed by governor Sproul died recently. To a a by associated press leased wire Charlestown w. Va., april 12�?on is return to Union Headquarters yes a erday president Frank c. Keeney of strict 17, United mine workers. A Aid that reports from the Coal Fields j showed gains. Twenty mines in operation were re farted by the Kanawha Coal operators association while 28 were workup in the new River Field according to the association operating there. Houses Selling after a Long period of virtual stagnation in City real estate the records show that More houses have been sold in the last few Days than have sold for a Long time. Sell yours through Republican a am ads saturday free with two other issues mrs. Joseph Sabina wife of a Milwaukee wis., Section hand told the Board she had to borrow the old j House of lords coat she wore to make the trip Here. At thend end of her Story she turned to the Board members and said a i know that you wont Cut my husband s pay when you know to can to live on what he a getting of weather report South Dakota unsettled w Ltd rain or Snow in East and South portions tonight and in East portion thurs i Day colder in Southeast portion thursday. Local temperatures by the Republican s recording thermometer tuesday wednesday 3 p. In. 48 3 a. In. 30 6 p. In. 49 6 a. In. 27 9 p. M. 41 a. In. 40 12 p. In 38 12 m 49 3 a. Iii. 50 maximum 50 at 3 p. In wednesday minimum 27 at 6 a in wednesday by the official government thermometer from noon yesterday to noon today maximum 53 minimum 27 at noon 47 membership to be reduced London eng., april 13.�?an Endeavor to substitute a an aristocracy of brains for an aristocracy of birth a is embodied in a Hill for the re Constitution of the House of lords which colonel Claude Lowther today obtained the permission of the House of commons to present. He gave this description in making application for the privilege of presenting the measure which provides for a reduction in the number of members of the upper House from 739 to 390, apart from princes of blood. It also contains a provision for the creation of Peers for life with in inheritable titles and privileges. Today s Issue of the Republican is issued under Tho direction of the City Public school system with Tho following edit Froal staff miss Grace i Ixion editor in chief. Miss Lucy Thompson mrs. Alice Wolfe and miss Gertie Bell Rogers assistants. Them. This same report of increased persistence in school conies from cities everywhere where Junior High schools exist. Transition is easy the transition from the ninth Grade to the tenth Grade is easier for the Pupil than from the eighth Grade to the regular High school because pupils have been used to conditions similar to those in the senior High school such conditions As departmental teaching and promotion by subject. Then too. He is on year older. Fourth there is an Opportunity j to bring about desired reforms i curricula courses of study and extra curricula activities. Under the 8-4 plan much time was Given to reviews j which consumed time that could be used in developing new subjects. In j Stead of these new courses such Slatin elementary science manual training and Home economies Are being Given to seventh and eighth Salt Quot Era. Old courses Are being enriched j with new material and extra curricula activities Are a feature of the work. Broad vision needed fifth the Junior High school will find or develop a new Type of Tearh j or who will he a better teacher for the adolescent. The teacher of this age of child to he truly successful must be one who has the Broad vision of seeing the child instead of the subject. This should he True in any school Kut unhappily it is not and educators who Are training Junior High school teachers Are placing much pm j phases upon this phase of training b j these five claims Are met by the Junior Tigh school in Mitchell. Each j year the superintendent makes it possible for the Junior High school to j Branch out and to develop along new lines in order that the boys and girls j in Mitchell a May learn to do better j those things they will do any Way. Of Balfour made Earl London april 12�?king George has conferred an earldom upon sir Arthur Barnes Balfour it was officially announced today. Suits in Chicago were claimed by the mayors opponents to he the death Knell of his the mayor himself and his political lieutenants were silent. A while the Thompson faction had no organized ticket officially in the Field it was no secret which candidates were favored by the mayor. Of the candidates so favored Only three were nominated. Report on financial questions presented Genoa Italy april 12.�?th report on financial questions prepared by he so powerful that often it merely had j germans and presented by or. Rath to select a Man to assure his Nomin j eau to Premier Fata As chairman of the conference was transmitted today to sir Robert Horne Chancellor of the British exchequer and was discussed at the afternoon session of the financial commission. The report deals especially with a plan for stabilization of Exchange through an International loan and also outlines a proposal for Universal monetary Reform. The report considers the reconstruction of Russia indispensable for the successful Issue of any such Reform. Conditions in the Saar Valley con i tool of which was awarded to France i by the treaty of Versailles Are to he i called to the attention of the Cononi a in conference by a delegation composed of prominent financial and other residents of the Saar says the news paper Cittadino today. Of a a Mankato gets building by associated prose Loa wire St. Paul. Minn. April 12.�?the state Hoard of control today approved the plans for the new building at the teachers training College at Mankato. Do you agree what Are the objectives of education have you Ever seen this list do you agree with it 1. Health. 2. Command of fundamental processes. 3. Worthy Home member ship. 4 vocation. 5 citizenship. 6. Worthy use of Leisure. 7. Ethical character. These Are the objectives named by a special committee appointed by the National education association. Today baseball nationals Philadelphia. 999 199 Oeschger and Howdy Meadows and Henlin. Brooklyn. Ooi new York. 909 Reuther and de Berry a of and Snyder. Pittsburgh St. Louis Cooper and Clemons. Gooch Sherdel and Chicago. 029 0 Cincinnati.019 9 Alexander and Hartrell Rexey and Wingo. American i Detroit. 999 i Cleveland. 929 9 Oldham and Bassler Morton and Nunamaker. J Philadelphia. 909 of Boston. Ooi 19 Naylor and Perkins Quinn and Ruel. New York. 04 Washington. 73 Jones and Schang Mogridge and Charr it. St Louis. 39 Chicago. Schocker and severed fab a and Schalk

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