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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - April 18, 1922, Mitchell, South Dakota
Automobile truck and tractor show Corn Palace apr. 20-21-22the evening Republican third edition vol. , South Dakota tuesday april 18, 1922 number 17c allies Tumulty May be newest a sex Friend Wilson denies i message read at Cox dinner new treaty former Secretary says he is sorry if there has been any misunderstanding Many others in club Timi in Sis h e n Ever win i d have Given statement ii i it it not Reen authorized to to you this special to Tho Washington. I it. April 18�?la Joseph p. Tumulty admitted to Mem in ship in Tho sex friends of Wood Row Wilson club of so. To has inned a Largo and famous group. To tim National democratic clubs dinner in new York Tumulty caused til s message to to Road As coming from Wood Row Wilson a say to Tho democrats of new York that i am ready to support any Man who stands for Tho salvation of Nerica and Tho salvation of Amor i is Justice to All classes. \ few Days later Wilson wrote to a new York paper a i notice an article headed a i Tor it is cast on Wilson message Quot to the con i write to say there need be no doubt about the matter. I did not Send any message whatever that dinner nor authorize anyone convey a message. I Hope that. Will he kind enough to publish letter.�?�. Tumulty s comment on the repudiation was if or. Wilson says Tho message unauthorized then i can on it soy i Deply regret the misunderstanding which has Arisen Between us. I mainly would not have Given message if i had not be the message and its has created a stir. Others who have a break so with Wilson Are Lindley m. Garrison who resigned As Secretary of War in february aver differences in policy. William f Mccombs National commit chairman in Mil. Aho disagreed on Airo nage colonel George Harvey now ambassador to great Britain. Colonel Henry Watterson cd with Harvey. Colonel k. M. House \ it or who broke with death toll of general storm now totals 50 immense amount of property damage through Central Section of country new floods threaten a a a Missouri. Kans Yafei Illinois imm a Are worst is in. I or ers. Reports show Wah Street works overtime to keep up with big orders Woodrow Wilson upper left and cent or. Joseph f. Tumulty. Secretary to i Are other one time friends with whom the sex president top to. M. House George Llu vey. Botto in left to right Robert Lansing Mccombs. Wilson As president. Around these Bottom Henry Watterson. Colonel e j. Bryan. Lindley Garrison and a. F believed curule it to repudiation figured in in. 1016, democratic who Sid unofficial and Wilson Over miners plan to sue operators for huge sums Friend of Reed at Issue with Wilson on latter a denial conspiracy to break Union be basis or charge in Case is prosecuted foreign Lansing who resigned As or rotary of state after split on governmental policies. William Jennings Bryan who reigned As Secretary of state due to difficulties culminating in attitude toward sinking of the Lusitania. Bonus Billton be passed is Senate sword m Vigh i to party notes so to 9 to by i thro ill me a i re this session do is eclat l Pri ski leased w ire Washington d. April 18 Deci i to pass a soldiers Bonus Bill at his session of Congress was reached today by Senate republicans in a arty conference. The vote was 36 j 9 on a motion offered by senator Lenroot. Republican Wisconsin. J rho conference Resolution As made a nubile follows. It is the sense of this conference that the Senate should at this sess on pass a soldiers Bonus Hill and liar the Republican members of the ii tree committee be requested to j report Sulci a Bill within a reasonable i the conference also decreed that the Senate should proceed to the consideration of the administration i Tariff Bill on thursday a without a r the measure will lied up at that time h denounced the majority special to the Quot Washington. D. For damages amounting to millions of dollars May be instituted by the striking miners As a counter attack against the Independent and Union operators. These suits also May involve the steel interests headed by the United states steel corporation which the miners allege Are Back of the open shop fight aimed at breaking Down the United mine workers of America. The strategy of such aggressive Legal action by the a miners has been placed before president Lewis of the mine workers and the Means by which such action could most effectively be pressed is now being considered. Grounds for action there arc two phases of the proposed action first a suit for damages against the West Virginia Independent erectors and the steel interests charging a conspiracy to destroy the Union. Second a suit against Union operators who refused to abide by the agreement to Confer with the miners in the working out of a new wage and working agreement. The former action would the Contention that the and the steel interests bring about the strike ago id tile West Virginia non Union Fields knowing from the organic a of the mine workers Union would be forced urns of Money in strike by associated press leased wire St. Louis mo., april is Lee Meriwether attorney anti supporter of senator James a. Reed today reiterated his statement that he had seen a copy of a letter by former president Wilson praising hoods attitude on the Federal Reserve Bill j which the former executive last Republican i night denied existed after he read april 18�?suits Meriwether s recut statement in the Globe . Meriwether said he also had seen a letter from William g. Mcadoo son in Law of Wilton written when Mcadoo was Secretary of the Treasury commending Reeds work on the Federal Reserve Bill. A a a a o Twenty six makes oscars at Auto show Mitchell automobile display a will re one or rom tar i North we i Tom Wes thursday London press scores treaty a nothing could excite More i ski \ i nos Quot is general editorial trend independents conspired to of two years Tore Hon that to expend Large benefits to maintain Tho strik their families. Be in fur he and it was membership in it uld make every Effort to hold q continuously. Inneap0l1s couple victim of bandits revenge police say by associated press leased mire Minneapolis. Minn. April is. De a or Tives investigating the slaying in men pol is Alf j. It. A Cid Ort. A tailor d the wounding of mrs. Theresa Andre proprietor of the be Taverne a do on be. Are working on the Thory at the two were shot by gunmen to singled them out for revenge. The Case of Weld Ort is investigated with much mystery because of the an s refusal to give information bout the shooting before lie died. He was it Diot while on his door step was Ken by automobile to a la Bostal and there unceremoniously. In Ped out of the car mrs. Siandre was shot through the and As she resisted automobile bandits who rolled her of $1,400. Liners injunction in Virginia lifted ,�?z5�?z it a a a a a this work it is said and if it could establish the conspiracy members in-1 do visually might recover damagestho1 second suit directed against j Union operator would operators refused to abide y to agreement to meet in a new waft conference knowing that the miners forced to suspend work claimed would ag-1 lost by the miners j by associated press leased wire London eng., april 18�?it would not be easy to imagine any possible happening at Genoa which could excite greater astonishment or More misgivings than the announcement of the Russo German treaty produced in the majority of this mornings London newspapers. With one or two exceptions the involve j new pact is condemned in the strongest language As a deadly blow i aimed at the conference at the i Versailles treaty and at the peace of Europe and its negotiators Are j charged with complicity and bad i Faith. The daily chronicle staunch advocate of or. Lloyd George however. Argues that a More level headed observers judging the terms of the treaty on their merits need find Little intrinsic fault of with labor economist charges Combine of capital and railways Twenty six makes of cars will he displayed at the m it Cli cd i automobile show which will open at the Corn Palace thursday morning. In addition there will he about 35 different displays of automobile supplies accessories a and other Industrial exhibits. The cars which will be shown will include the following makes Buick. Cadillac. Chalmers Chandler Chevrolet Dodge. Durant. Elgin. Essex. Ford Franklin. Grant Hudson. Hup Mobile Lincoln. Maxwell. Nash Oakland. Oldsmobile Overland Packard. Paige. Peerless Pierce Arrow. Roo. Willy Knight. Display spare has also been contracted for by the following other i business concerns Mitchell Radiator company. General motor equipment i company Manhattan Oil and linseed company. L. A. Anderson company of Sioux City Bort Taylor welding company. Palace City machine shop. Central Auto and machine company j Art Newman Vesta batteries. Hirsh Battery company showing oxide Bat tories. Arthur messenger showing by lard batteries. Mitchell Battery company showing Prest Ohte batteries Lorraine Candy company. Automotive electric company. Coxe Purkee company. Mitchell publishing company j Mitchell Power company United j sales company showing fender braces. 1 Fred Wedehase f. W. Bobb. Mitchell Auto top and repair shop and Mitchell hardware company. These will be shown in the Balcony. Rickun Hacker coming. Interest in the Auto show is rapidly increasing. Street decorations and decorations for the Interior of the Corn Palace will be in place by thursday and All will be in readiness Tornado for the show by that time. Captain Eddie Rickenbacker will arrive in Mitchell on thursday and is expected to speak at the show in the evening. Free dancing will be on of the popular entertainment features of t he allow. By associated it re leaded wire Hica go. Ju., april i 8.-�?sweeping northeastward through the Middle Western states a storm Wiher bad its origin in the Rocky Mountain Region sunday had pass i Over Ohio today leaving in its Wake. Death Ami destruction. A loss of nearly fifty lives was attributed to the storm which developed considerable Energy As it progressed eastward taking in Many places the form of a Tornado. Damage to property will mount into millions it is believed. Accompanied by Rains which sent streams already swollen coursing far beyond their usual channels the storm brought added suffering and inconvenience to Many communities which for several Days have la a affected by flood conditions. Drop in temperature to below the season Normal added to the discomfort of families whose Homes having been destroyed by wind or made uninhabitable by flood Are living Iii tents or improvised shelters. In Indiana Twenty one persons Are known to have met death in different communities. Early yesterday the storm entered in Illinois. Striking a number of villages in the darkness tornadoes brought havoc to Many bottles and such reports As were available from agricultural communities which had been stripped of nearly All Means of communication indicated tha to Venty two persons had been killed. Missouri. Kansas had Felt the storm Early sunday but in these states if Lackel the intensity which marked its sweep across Illinois. Indiana and Ohio. As it passed Over Indiana there were two District Tornado belts. The one in the Southern part sustained some damage hut across the Northern part of the state there was a strip in which the loss of life was heavy. Warren county in Tho Western part of the state reported a loss of twelve i lives. Four met death in Madison county a the pc Natrul portion of the state a a the death toll was greatest in Cen j trial Illinois. The villages of Irvington and Plain old. Not far from Centralia. Were badly wrecked and several persons were killed. Other fatalities in this state wore in Small Rural communities. Wires were blown Down by the wind and Telephone and Telegraph companies hurried today to Complete repairs. With restored communication it was considered probable that Complete reports might indicate even greater disaster than was reported Early today. By associated press i cased wire new York. X. A. April is those an Busy Days in the bund and brokerage houses of the financial Dhu a riot. The skyscrapers of lower Broadway ordinarily dark after 7 a rn., Are now ablaze with Light until around Midnight As hundreds of weary clerks strive to keep up with the business created by a More than a million Tho number of separate issues exchanging hands yesterday. 4.18�?established a new High record for a Bingle Days business the previous High record of 44 7 issues being dealt in april 6. Of Russo German delegates May lose standing Genoa conference is up Side Down As result of a palio agreement France worried most president Poi scare 111 Bried % by net i i Xiii British not bothered u Alks it France fixes i her course on Rapallo pact Poi no Are. However. Decides to Del a statement Pend it Majed action Germany barred Genoa. April Ike tile allies have derided Ilia i Germany. Having off a a Ted Lier own arrangement with Russia in the treaty signed sunday at a ital to. In debarred from furl Lier i Mertiri it tin in the of Tieren Dit oils of Ila agreement Between Russia and the various a a ther it it Mitre new represented it the Scoti Ottine i Oil Etc Nee. Paris France april 18.�? Premier Poincare assembled his Cabinet today to consider the attitude to be taken i by France in Case Russia and Germany purpose to maintain a separate arrangement regarding Tho restoration of Russia. It was decided j to withhold announcement of the policy tentatively decided upon until 1 receipt from Genoa of the action taken at the meeting there today of the principal Delegate called to consider the treaty. While some Cabinet in pm hers Are i absent from Paris those present were unanimous in regarding the pact signed at Rapallo As a violation of the treaty of Versailles As Well As the conditions Laid Down at Cannes i As a basis for the Genoa Confer Jones. The clause in the treaty mutually according most favored treatment is i regarded As in direct opposition to the peace treaty and the new pact also was held to dispose of property f in the hands of Germany Over which the reek rations commission has a prior Lien. It is understood the Cabinet approved further instructions to vice Premier at Genoa to regulate the action of the French Dele gation in Case it is required to make a pc Nurt decision. _ Genoa april is the Allied delegates to the economic conference decided this evening they would continue Hie conference regi Iidle a of what attitude Germany and Russia May take toward the allies objection to the signing of the treaty at Rapallo by the German and russian foreign minister. By associated press leaded wire Paris. France april 18.�?a i lavas dispatch from Genoa this afternoon says the allies Are drafting a note to the germans and russians notifying them it evil the impossible for the germans and russians to continue to participate in the sessions of the russian affairs commission of the conference if they persist in maintaining the Russo German treaty. I Vern in eos k states threaten new i Iak ids by associated press i Eam a wire Chicago 111 april 18.�?rivers Illinois Indiana. Wisconsin and sour which have been close to stage and in some instances broken through levees causing in mis flood have much s the fim damage within the last few Days. Rose still higher today following Rains that accompanied the storm that struck the Middle West yesterday. Goods As menacing As those of 3. Were reported from some Points. Hundreds of families have been driven irom their Homes there has been i some loss of life transportation has i been affected and much damage Caus de to crops. The Central division of the red a Cross was Rushing Aid to persons who have fled to tent colonies to escape the Rushing Waters. Silence of germans at last Ai Ade Che a Genoa. Italy. April 18�?a of Nch communique says a everybody hag been astonished at the Reserve and thence of the germans at Genoa. Now we know the meaning of this silence. Tile germans completed a Para treaty with Russia of which the fundamentals were previously discussed at Berlin and decided to explode their ii talc mine on easter monday at Genoa. A the first consequence of Germany s support will he to encourage the bolshevik to resist the demands of other countries especially the allies. A Europe will again see what must he thought of German loyalty. At All events. France will not lose her san Froid and vill not modify her attitude. She will exact from the soviet recognition of debts and restitution of confiscated property without which there is neither Public nor private morality and France Wil treat with the soviet Only on this condition. A if the Genoa conference is to be used secretly to build combinations whereby nations seek to strike a other then it will be a serious obstacle to the re Cost a Blish in err of a Era of Confidence and peace a Coxe Erent e upside Down As res la of new la a j Genoa Italy april 18.�?the organizers of Tho Genoa conference today were groping their Way out of the debris and confusion caused by the explosion of the granian Russitti Bombshell the secret signing of a formal treaty Between the two nations at Rapallo sunday. The judicial experts of the Powers Whit ii organized the conference met to consider whether the new pact violated the treaty of Versailles or conflicts with the resolutions of the supreme a oui us in at amies on which Abe prese i woffferefit5 founded arid which a1 it he nations coming to the j conference Ware expected to accept As the a six of the meeting i the experts we re expected to or i port to an Assembly which included nor Only the chief representatives of Hie five inviting Powers great Britain France Italy Japan and Belgium a but also the leading delegates of the Little entente nations who were especially invited because of the vim character of the question to be dealt with and its possible effects upon Central Europe. Without exception the delegates of the thirty four countries represented Here arc wondering what the real effect of the Surprise treaty will be up a on the conference. The pact constitutes recon upon by Germany of a he russian government a a question i forming one of the chief Points or the conference Agenda. British not bothered i hence the terms a a dishonourable a id a Dis Lopalo employed by the i British spokesman in referring continued on Page three to would be and the damages during thy0 period of the strike. Portuguese fliers hop off for Brazil it no apr not Ltd 8�?the a Purine nose Lantie flyers captains trails at j Cutinho and j a t 5 50 of or k Paul Rock Sac Duro. Topped Oft this morning of a part Hii Lily most la. Their flight from Janeiro. Their Miles of water. Of markers a in re Avn to to on the serous leg of Bon to Rio de Lay Over a a Quot Quot i ships and Tho. A in reach the rocks in expected to re let to 12 hours Lis route devoid mid Atlantic flying. In from by associated pros leased a ire Washington. D. C., april 18.�?existence of an a Industrial railway banking combination a headed by j. P. Morgan and company in control of railroads Coal mines Banks steel and other Industrial enterprises was charged yesterday before the Senate j interstate Commerce committee by w. I Jett la lick economist for the american federation of labor. Or. Lauck s statement made in continuance of the committee s general Railroad Survey was coupled with tim assertion that Ana Viers rather than operating officials Vic up responsible a for the present plight of tha railroads. Negroes stage bold Holdup in Kansas City brother of former turkish vizier shot Berlin Germany. April Man who was shot dead Here last night is reported to have been a brother of Talaat Pasha former turkish grand vision who was assassinated in uhf Lottenberg. A Western suburb of this City. March 15. Iii. Talaat Pasha was shot and killed by Salomon Tei Liran. An armenian student. The Slayer said he had committed the deed in revenge for the massacres of armenians at the direction of the former grand vision and was acquitted. Indiana to Avn wiped out ten persons Aue killed Danville 111. April 18�?too Persona Are known to have been killed and 41 injured several fatally Hurt and a dozen seriously injured in a which swept heros Champagne and Vermillion counties. Illinois and Warren county. Indiana late monday doing damage estimated at a Quarter million dollars the Little Village of Hedrick was almost wiped out. Four and two churches comprising group known As a pleasant View Corners were razed and on the i inert Hunter farm 5 Miles North of Lebanon. Ind., three houses barns and Many outbuildings destroyed. Of today baseball i nd., houses a West three were waterway plan would not help 5wukiii Mut Liam la n Pai my c a pc of debt commission u. 5. Laluk a 13 Wadsworth Secretary new a Boston York april postponed Philadelphia Pula Brooklyn phia a r o o k i y grounds. Is new York Voct grounds. April is philae i postponed. Wet n postponed wet american St. Louisr. Cleveland. Kolp and i Nantker. League. Too Odo 0010 sol 2 sever cd us in. And no by associated press leased wire Springfield. 111 april presi j ent John l. Lewis of the United line workers announced Here last j ight that to had received word from is lawyers at Richmond va., that Uduc Knapp of the Federal court of peals had a in All important Par 1 jcular3�?� suspended the injunction re j Antly obtained to prevent further at rep s to persuade non Union miners join in the nation wide Coil i strike a sincare Page i guide a Hardin done to allow spare furniture and old clothes to accumulate turn these articles into Cash thru Republican want ads. Saturday want ads free with every two to six issues. By associated press leased a ire Kansas City to. April 18.�?armed with revolvers two negroes today forced a messenger for the South East state Bank to leave a crowded Street car enter a motor car and accompany them for several blocks while they robbed him of $4,000 in Cash and $7,000 in checks. Only zoo Annapolis grads to become ensigns has year Washington. D. A. April 18�?the House today approved the provision in the National Bill that not to exceed 200 of the 541 members of the naval Academy class to but graduated in june should be commissioned Asen Signa yesterdays net press run of the evening Republican was 7,590 watch it grow i new York. J Boston. Bush and and Chaplin. Schang Karr. 002 Oil 4 too 130 0 Ferguson by asocial Quot i in Rani Miami wire Washington. D. A. April 18 a preparations for funding Tho eleven billion dollars foreign debt to this coun Iju a were completed today wit 11 the organization of the Allied debt commission. The commission met at the Treasury. Appointed Elliot Wadsworth assistant Secretary of the Treasury in charge of foreign Loans As executive Secretary Laid the ground work for negotiations with the foreign debtor nations and adjourned subject to Call. The next meeting it was said probably will be held next week at which time it is expected the formal Steps for opening discussions with great Britain and the other Powers will be deter fined. The commission created by the recently enacted debt refunding Bill. Is composed of the Secretary of the Treasury the Secretary of state the Secretary of Commerce. Senator Hoot Republican of Utah and representative Burton Republican of Ohio. 8outh Dakota generally Fate to night and wednesday not much change in temperature. I a Al temperatures by the Republican s recording thermometer. New yorker att at is Gru at lakes St. Laavren4 e project s a h it would be real men at e Dis a Philadelphia. 12 Washington. Naylor and Perkins Johnson. Francis and Piconich. Detroit. Chicago Cole amp Bassler Hodge amp National league 10a 0 002 0 Schalk. Monday 3 p. In. 47 6 p. In. 46 9 p. In. 36 12 p. In. 31 maximum 57 at 3 minimum 29 at 6 by the official Rometer from noon today. Maximum 83 minimum 31 at noon 52 tuesday 3 a in. 30 6a in. 29 9 a in. 36 3 p. In. 57 p. M. Tuesday. A. In. Tuesday government ther noon yesterday to Chicago. 0 St. Louis .0 Aldridge a Farrell Pfeffer North amp Ainsmith. A ii % 0 Pittsburgh a 20 ? 200 0 Carlson Wingo. And Gooch Markle a a id Story writer dead new London conn., april 18.�? mrs. Mary Lydia m. Holies Branch a writer of stories mostly for children died at brr horns Here yesterday in her 2ud year. The a cd no Darr edition of the Republican will in issued by the Mitchell chamber of Commerce. A. H. King acting Secretary of Tho body will in editor in chief of the edition and to i have Complete it Hergt of tim news for the Day. By a Simms Natl my press let Felt a wire Quot Washington. D. A. April 18�?Tho St. Lawrence great lakes water Way and Power project was criticised by senator Raider of new York a Republican member of the Senate Commerce committee As of More in Neap to Canada than the United states and designed to increase wheat prices rather than to provide More efficient transportation. Mon c oui of lion among other arguments against the project cited by senator a Alder in his address before the Senate i that it would not he under american control exclusively that it would bring cheap european manufacturers in closer Competition with american wares and that it would Cost ten times More than the Suez canal and entail the expenditure Iii one place of like Federal water Way development fund which could i a tribute More widely to great tonal advantage. A the St. Lawrence Waterways project has been presented a. An answer final Complete conclusive a to a transportation said St Ator Calder. A it is at Best in View of existing conditions an attempt in answer a Price problem. Carry c acadian a beat i citing reports giving statistic of empty freight ears. Senator Gaidar denied that a transportation age exists which make the f Renee project necessary a divorce the project from its aggressive agrarian support. He said. A and it collapse. I concede that re Hans this canal if built. A. Re wheat but who wheat Jim answer is inescapable a Canadas. Senator Calder said Canada herself would build the canal if the project was regarded As feasible asked How american wheat growers on land averaging $92 per acre in i value could compete with Canadian i land Worth fifty cents to $13 an \ acre. More mines i/08ki Pittsburgh pm. April 18.�?inion leaders today claimed their efforts in the Fayette county Coke Region had borne fruit in bringing out More non Union men yesterday end tha. 4 additional mine had been cloned. Shortie w
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