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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - April 20, 1922, Mitchell, South Dakota
Mitchells automotive exposition opens at Corn Palace to Day ten Page evening Republican third edition vol. , South Dakota thursday april 20,1922 number 172 Auto show Conan Doyle talks to dead medium withdrawal of Russ pact spiritualist holds seance peso Vroman talks i Vou Wjk lips of italian youth in trance lasts two hours cd who give so ass a k to in i s to minutes to Oft Bac in to Normal copyright. 1022. New York. N. Y., april 20.�?sir 1 Arthur n Doyle has attended Iii fir ghost party in America. Ghostly voices and spirit noises i r heard and lie talked with to rides of Madame Eusapia pallidino. Thirld famous medium. Dead three years exclusive Story is Given Here of sir Arthur s first Contact with spirits inc his arrival in America. The far e. Which sir Arthur described As j highly successful took place at american psychical Institute and Laboratory in this City. A dead Palladino apparently talked through lips of Nino eco rare. A Young italian medium. Spectators included sir Arthur and lady Etoyie and a party of members of Institute headed by or. Lle Reward Carrington research officer and so rotary of Institute who arranged seance for sir persons including boy medium sat around table in ghostly glow of a single dim red Light of four candlepower. To woo spirit of famous dead medium same table was used that Madame Palladino had used when she visited. America. It is All Metal weighing. Only 12 pounds. 4 musical instruments on table a. The table was placed directly in rent of a Black curtain covering an Alcove three doors that were securely locked. Within Cabinet was a Small to it in on which had been placed a Bell Tambourine and a toy piano. Outside at head of Hie Large table boy medium sat with his Back against curtain. All 12 persons put their hands on table. A their fingers touching. They Sang hymns. A Onward. Christian soldiers Quot a and a nearer my god to thee a and n phonograph intermittently played a have table moved it tilted Back and Forth for several minutes. The medium was slowly sinking into a trance. His face was very Pale and his breathing very deep. Sir it Arthur found his pulse slow and regular. A Coil of picture wire was produced and or. Carrington and medium instructor who also acted As interpreter bound medium s legs a continued on Page two is demanded Poincare asks that penalties be imposed on germans for secret action tonight Palace ready for exposition radio in place a creeping death May be abolished As murder penalty germans will object violations of \ fun Villas pact Ike to Light by to Katy by associated press wire Carson City nev., april 30-an Effort probably will be made at next session of Nevada legislature to repeal measure providing for use of Lethe Gas for execution of murderers according to state off coils it is held Law has brought state much unfavourable publicity and Defeated ends it was intended to serve. Models of 1922 pleasure cars fill floor space in Mitchell auditorium big crowds expected Parte. Franco Pri 20, Germany a replied to Allien agreeing to accept seclusion from deliberations of tile conference s political commission on russian affairs says a Telephone message from Genoa. Floods grow More serious thousands acres of Gil to ated i Arm lands i n Der water few by is lost rioting grows More severe in Ireland death toll since tuesday mounts to fight Arm ored cars patrol if cities to convert european War Loans into Long time securities Tariff Bill up in Senate by associated press leased wire Dublin Ireland april conference Between representative free states and republicans held hero today at instance of lord mayor of Neill and archbishop Byrne adjourned at 4 45 o clock this afternoon until next wednesday. No agreement was reached. Mccumber declares that protective Tariff is is senti \ l to such ass Ouhl v. S. Industry it \ f by associated press leased wire Washington. D. To. April 20.�?consideration of administration Tariff Bill was begun in Senate today with an address by chairman my Cumber of tile finance committee. Who declared a protective Tariff and reduction in production posts were necessary a to reconstruct commercial Bridge across chasm separating Cost of production in United states and guard Public declaring that finance committee majority in writing Tariff Bill bad attempted to carefully guard Belfast Ireland. April 20�? sniping was renewed today at scene of last night s fierce riot and two persons were wounded. Mary Keohan who was shot yesterday is dead bringing death toll since tuesday. To eight of whom four were killed last night. Police sergeant brain. Who was wounded last thursday died today. By associated press leased wire Dublin. Ireland. April 20.�?last night was worst Dublin has experienced since easter so far As noise is concerned. The residents were kept awake by continuous Rifle and machine gun fire and noise of military lorries Rushing to Relief of places attacked but thus far Only one casualty has been reported several buildings occupied by provisional free state government and tacked according to last edition interests of great consuming pub of morning newspapers. Ust charge for i Headquarters of provisional by associated Presa wire Washington 1>. C., apri 20�?Allied governments to which United states government extended Loam during world War have been advised by state department that american debt refunding commission is prepared to begin negotiations for conversion of Vari ohs Loans amounting to eleven bit lion dollars into Long time Securi j ties. \ mining May be resumed with non Union men pan american women a meet opens today con Ference to be Folia by convention of National league of women voters Fly associated press leased wire Genoa Italy. April 20.�?prime minister Lloyd George of great Britain said today political commission of economic conference would meet tomorrow to consider russian reply to Allied proposals transmitted to russian delegates last week. The reply was expected to be received today. Or. Lloyd George predicted Success for conference. Or. Lloyd George today said German delegation to economic conference had agreed to accept condition of allies not to participate in further discussion of rus Sian affairs As a result of having sign i de Russo German treaty at Raj i allo last Munday. Or. Lloyd George emphatically denied that or. Walter Rathenau. The German foreign minister Ned signatory for Germany of treaty had Ever informed him either directly or indirectly of negotiating for Russo German part. The Premier said incident with j germans Over Rapallo treaty had beep practically settled and he believed soviets reply to Allied proposals regarding Russia i would be such As to permit further negotiations. The Premier said lie believed work of conference should be continued by league of nations of which Russia and Germany would become members later. By associated press leased w ire new Orleans in., april 20.�? Mississippi River passed highest stage Ever recorded Here when local gauge registered 22.1 feet today it one tenth of a foot higher than previous High record established in 1912. According to local weather 1 Bureau River will continue to Rise until a stage of 23 feet is reached about May to. Bal con i in Given Over to Cut Ensor v excl i bits Hicken Bac Keh Arr Ives High lights on show big of his it Ion in hmm d formally a 2 fat. Tit. Today Apt. Eddie Rick Cuba cd or arrived at 3 to p. In. Will speak at com Palace tonight. The chamber of Commerce Xxiii give i urn Boon for at White Temple Baptist Church Friday noon. Aii is Portloe men Are Ltd a it Olally invited. Itlene Baeker xviii speak to dealers tomorrow afternoon. Special orchestra music for dancing in midst of automotive exhibit every afternoon Arni evening. Special radio phone concerts at Emu Palace every evening from Denver. Chicago. Madison wi., Lincoln. Neb., and Omaha neb. Man ers occupying company houses Are ejected preparation for Raj of eng begun lie against any Una things which make up their daily senator Mccumber warned manufacturers and others that enactment of measure should not be made occasion for increased prices to Consumers. I Mux production costs free state government were attacked but despite Tariff in firing entry was not effected. The City Hall and Telephone Exchange also were heavily assaulted. According to reports from an Independent source. Midnight had asserting that income of two scarcely passed when firing was heard opposing parties exchanging dozens of shots. Firing was also observed from old general Post office. Firing of considerable intensity accompanied by bomb explosions was heard in other parts of City. Especially in neighbourhood Garrison by troops acting under authority of general Headquarters of Irish Republican army. Armoured cars later patrolled renter of Eity and everybody on thirds of american people was below pre War basis North Dakota senator declared that manufacturers would have to bring Down production costs of their commodities to Quot within purchasing reach of this vase army of american Farmers and wage earners a reach that cannot extend one Inch beyond limit of their guns will be i demonstrated by associated press leased wire Charleston w. Va., april 20�? Twenty two ejection suits were filed in Morgantown yesterday by Rosedale Coal company. Operating mines in Monongahela in this state and across line in Pennsylvania against Twenty two miners occupying company houses. This action coupled with reports that mine tipples and mining property in county were being wired for electricity and that mine guards were about to be employed gave Rise to belief that Steps were to be taken to resume operations with non Union labor. Strike brings Coal Price up Coal which sold at mixes for 31.50 before strike now is $3.00 a ton Pittsburgh. A. April 20�?claims of an Advance of bituminous Ciol prices were made yesterday by p. T. Fagan a United mine workers official. Union inquiries he said revealed that Slack Coal $1.50 a ton before strike of mines started t streets was searched. A party of now is quoted at $3. And that screen Man in a motor car seeded up whery Coal Felling for $2.25 prior to april frenc h property of b it ter v b to be feature of automotive show i. Now is Selling for $3 a ton with Little offered. Of i challenged by troops in an armoured car and were pursued and hied on by military Many windows in Telephone Exchange were smashed by bullets and work there was suspended for an hour. ,.uv a regular forces on patrol Weie Raj j Garnet Hinselman and then killed on from time to titties. Pattri of j himself. Letters telling of his in a statement from official sourcestonuonj5 wer it found on his body. One of most interesting i a Al in uniform in it be shooting occurred in a hotel Ture of Mitchell automotive show Anc a p a 11 30 of clock High opens at Corn Palace tonight. Will be demonstration of four big French 75s, property of Battery b. These guns. Which arrival some time ago form a part of Fofiu piment of Mitchell unit of ctr Field artillery. The Battery s Headquarters Are at Corn Palace four big guns will be in Barge of officers of Battery Dur be show. These men. Fame sitar with pieces through acquaintance f,0 French front will explain How Flower of French Artiller works rail profits drop Chicago Iii. April 20�? 5,0� it ventral Railroad earned a income equal to $8.89 a share Lin net on and a party of men car were fired on. Night car was riddled with Bullet and one of passengers wound later another party of friars conveyed a priest to a Hosp isl in a motor ear escorting Bim in an a Mored automobile because of dangerous condition of Street. King s inn and Green s re court House both have been occupied by regular Irish Republican troops. The provisional government intends using latter As a place for sitting of High court. Big fir loss i in danish port j London eng., april 20 fir j murder and suicide los Angeles cal., april 20�?w. D. Heinselman of Toledo. Ohio today shot and fatally wounded his wife. Room. 109,296.000 capital Stock for broke out last in he has a year ended december 31 last. District of , a seaport of this compares with $12.41 a i Denmark spreading rapid in and Coy share in in m tvs inn in at Erin an area of seventy acres it a ont Cul news a Bare m 1 920. The reduction is at j ering an area to Chute to special charges of apr n proximately $7,000,000 in connection dispatch from t Opcanna n. The company a accounts with i enormous quantities of Gnan. Tim govern meal Ber and fodder were distr War. Just one and Sells Davenport c l. Holden ran a want and in Republican advertising a Davenport for Sale. Only one insertion was necessary and Cost iwas Only 25c. Saturday want ads free with every two to six other issues by associated press Lff Ted wire Baltimore. My april 20�?responding to Caf of National league of women voters women from All americas assembled Here today in conference on subjects of special concern to women education child welfare women in Industry prevention of Traci in women civil and political status of women and internal Genoa Italy april 20�? German delegation at noon had mad no reply to Lloyd Georges ultimatum that they either withdraw Russo German treaty or accept penalty of disbarment from p e conferences discussions of russian question. The germans Are divid red on Issue and no reply is expected from them before tonight. The russians say treaty must stand. Baris. France april 20.�?instructions sent by Premier Poincare to French ambassadors in capitals of allies and fully approved by Cabinet Are to insist that energetic j measures must be taken and penalties applied to Germany if Russo German treaty is not abrogated re i Gar less of what tile Genoa Confer enc May decide. The premieres position is that there i can be no More hesitation in exe j i cution of treaty of Versailles. Lie holds concessions of allies to Germany have led to further re Carrollton. 111., april 20�?breaking of Hartwell levee on Illinois River near Here last night completed flooding of 30,000 acres of reclaimed farm land along a Twenty three mile River front in i Greene county. Reports say that j few if any. Lives were lost As j populace had been forewarned. Workers escape Hartwell levee protecting 8.000 j acres of heat land is third Large j levee in Green county to yield to pressure of flooded Illinois. The others which gave Way last week i were at Eldred and Fairbanks. These thre levees afforded pro j Mertian to thirty thousand acres of which reports say at least half was planted to wheat. Last nights break occurred at a Point directly opposite station and did great damage to it. Work i Era there however Are said to have escaped without injury. Ait is sent Washington april 20.�? four Mil i lion Sand bags were shipped by special train from Schenectady n. Today for Points along Mississippi River w Here Waler reaching an unprecedented High stage has created a seriously threatening situation. North Dakota dems. And . Still United tonal friendliness. The league believe that Friendly i stance to Quot Versailles treaty by i Ness with our neighbouring countries germans will be stimulated and strengthened c consult life Ulm when women from no of West Premier bus been Eon pm hemisphere Rome together for Suli Wilh fades of All parties sympathetic study of their common keeping Cabinet in close problems Toueh with situation. The conference Iro tinn. Foil a Ergative nationalise and lib eral Clements arc said to have told through sunday and will be followed monday by regular annual convention of National league of women voters which will last All of next week. Mrs. Maud Wood Tark president of league who presided expressed appreciation of interest Premier they would support his View. It was Pointe out Russo Oer i Man treaty had brought to Light violations of Versailles pack by Germany in respect to military a j which had brought together rope Tennis germans having it a Senta Tives of Ninny nations on a nears. A old arms russian refuges a discuss with us i had in Germany instead of common ground to problems which we All share and which shall be solved far better for no Oia rat Iron which an International meeting makes possible a we feel she added a that you join with us in an Earnest Hope that our conference May promote International anti Christian move started among chinese peking University is said to be seat of agitation spree Dix rapidly Amoy China april 20�?an Antichrist an movement said to have sorted with formation of Twenty such organizations in peking uni verify is spreading rapidly Over China according to reports reach ing Here. The agitation has reached Amoy University government j schools and other institutions. Christian leaders and consular authorities express alarm at extent of movement which is re is agitators. Ported to in backed by common Job a Felton for it. It. Commissioner Des Moines la. April 20.�?c. W. J Felton of Sioux City Iowa today re j Quested nomination Blanks for office of state Railroad commissioner. I weather report i forecast South Dakota generally fair tonight and Friday not much change j in temperature. Of local temper it ores by republicans recording thermometer wednesday thursday 3 p. In. 43 3 a. In. 29 6 p. In. 55 6 a. Rn.27 j t p. In. 40 9 a. In. 48 j 12 p. In. 36 12 in. 60 3 p. In. 65 maximum 65 at 3 p. In. Thursday minimum 27 at 6 a. In. Thursday by official government Rometer from noon yesterday noon today maximum 65 minimum 29 at noon 65 handing them Over to Allied commission for destruction. Article i of Russo German treaty at end of clause c. Reads a russian government renounces payment of sum Germany Bas derived from Sale of russian army material transported in to there is much speculation concerning penalties to be imposed up j on Germany As it is considered most j probable some action will be taken. I occupation of Ruhr Valley is i suggested although there is author Stative opinion allies Are unlikely to adopt precise penalty which j a simians most expect and Are perhaps Best prepared to meet. The financial and economic penalties pro a video for in treaty it is argued. Would permit allies to bring pres j i sure of most effective sort at less Cost and trouble than Extension of j military occupation. The Bacinett today met with Premier Poincare. Berlin papers Bauk Sec ret Servile action Berlin. April 19�?�?ostand path is Tiu Ted vibe Given to channelled Wirth and foreign minister Rathenau by . Merlin editors Toda it who Are radically a unit in asserting that German government was wholly within its rights in negotiating treaty that was signed with Russia at Rappel last sunday. Committee is named to arrange details of continued a Ufi la Atkin by associated press la hmm wire Jamestown n. I april 19�?republicans of North Dakota end in Long session Here today with every Prospect that difference in parity ranks had beep ironed out for Ftp present that affiliation with democrats in state affairs would be continued and with a. Certainty that a state ticket and platform would be named Ami adopted Early in morning a conference committee of both democrats and republicans Bas been named to arrange details of continued affiliation Between two parties. The guess is freely made that. When convention reaches last item on its program of work that of endorsement of candidates for United states senator ship that an unanimous action would be that present convention be considered As not prejudicial to candidacies of present aspirants for place. One of last actions of convention before adjournment was endorsement for re election of con j Gressman o. B. Burtness of first i District Ami Geo. M. Young of second District. The third District caucus was not ready to present its candidate to convention. College president lauds athletics by associated press encased wire Uhi Eago 111., april 20.�?athletic teams have an important part in College life declared president j. Jones of University of Missouri in an address to alumni of institution Here last night. A i would rather have a Safe Job with a crowd ramming dynamite Down Drill holes in a Quarry than be president o a University which has no athletic teams a he said. Of. Today baseball yesterdays net press run of evening Republican was 7,810 watch it grow american league Ooi .030 >2 0 soft Cleveland Ife troit Bagby and Wanamaker Kahmke and Sasser. Boston. Philadelphia Pennock and Walters .113 004 3 too 002 0 Rommel Perkins. And bbl .000 i .002 6 Gharrity too 300 Ker and Sullivan and Washington new York. Mobridge Courtney Jones and Schang. St. Louis. Chicago. Faber and Schalk Severeid a Fiona a Leal e St. Louis. I of 031 of Pittsburg. 201 003 22 Sherdel. Barfoot and Ai Nam us Cooper. Adams and Gooch. New York. 330 Oft Brooklyn. Too 00 Douglas and Smith Varce. Smith and Taylor. Cincinnati. Jujj Chicago. Donohue and Wen go Alexander and Hartnett. Philadelphia at Boston postponed i rain. A set lets go where to Mitchell automobile show big Corn Palace auditorium is in readiness for first automotive exhibit Ever held in City and from Early indications show will be finest exhibit of automotive creations Ever held in state. Cars of Many makes and sizes from Universal Ford through Overland maxwells Oakland Elgins Hudson. Bricks Nash am a score of other makes up to Packard and Pierce arrows will be on display. Tim entire first floor with exception of Large space in Center to High a beep reserved for dancing has been Given Over to pleasure car and truck exhibits. The balconies and stage of big building have been turned into Booths for automobile accessories and Mitchell made products. In addition a number of business firms have taken advantage of Opportunity offered to display their goods Triumph in decoration Corn Palace itself presents a festive appearance. Paul Young chairman of decoration committee of Mitchell automobile dealers association under whose auspices show u being staged has achieved a Triumph in beautifying inside of big dual exhibit snares and mingling with varied colors of cars themselves. Have worked to bring out a striking color r. Heme. Thai Mitchell s fist automotive show s attracting wide spread attention is proven by fact that Many men who fill High Plao in motor world already Are present for show. From Detroit comes a ant Eddie Rickenbacker famous first As a racing automobile Driver next is a Foremost american Ace and nem Isis of Many a Germany flier and now head of his own manufacturing company Here. Too is p. H Burton Branch manager of Oakland company with Headquarters at Omaha neb. Other distributors Branch managers and sales managers will be Here to represent other companies during remainder of week. Radio is installed amusement features of show have not been overlooked by dealers association. This morning l. R. Dean wireless expert of Mcgann electric company Sioux City th., assisted by Carl Fowler of Fowler electric company was installing aerials on very top of Corn Palace. Receivers and magnifiers were set on in Balcony of Palace later in Day and Early tests indicated that with proper weather conditions remainder of week radio phone concerts from broadcasting stations in Large or cities will be heard a very evening of show. Or. Dean asserted that Denver concerts would be especially audible in Sioux a Ity they t ome in better than any of other concerts lie says that fact that Mitchell is nearer Denver than Simi City be says insures excellent results from that City. In addition to radio phone concerts Mitchell municipal band will play during show and there will be free dancing Carli afternoon and evening in space reserved for amusement. Rickenbacker arrives do Apt. Eddie Rickenbacker who undoubtedly will be Central Figuro first night and second Day of automotive show arrived from Sioux City this afternoon at 3 1$ of clock. A delegation of dealers met him at train and escorted him to Corn Palace to Apt is scheduled to speak at automotive show this evening and Agrin tomorrow lie will leave Mitchell for Minneapolis tomorrow evening. Correspondence in hands of officers of Mitchell automobile dealers association indicate that interest in show Over state i wide spread Thos who attended recent show held in Sioux a is and who have seen exhibits at Coin Palace assert that with inane of individual exhibits still missing this morning Mitchell s show will surpass in every department Sioux Falls exposition. This fact is believed together with fact that business conditions have improved much in recept week and that weather indications for a remainder of week Are for re Spring weather will tend to biding re Cord Houth Dakota crowds to Mitchell show. Manufacturers have taken so Muon interest in Mitchell exposition that in Many instances t hey h ave not r u cled their Branch and District Dis rib tutors to put in exhibits at Corn a lace. As a result there will be on display a number of cars which have no agencies in Mitchell. Minne Polis Omaha and Sioux it it dts Tribu tors have engaged prominent exhibit snare of show formal opening of exposition of course will take place this evening. After tonight doors will be open every afternoon and evening until saturday night when exposition will end. Of Lewis defends title Boston mass april Dick a Daviscourt. A persistent contender for world s wre Ming title get another Chance tonight when he meets a Strangler Lewis at tile Boston Arena. They will wrest for two out of three Falls to a finish
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