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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - August 11, 1922, Mitchell, South Dakota
The evening Republican third edition vol. Xxxviii. Mitchell South Dakota Friday August la 1922 number 267 Harding plan is disputed both cupidity and fear drive for Coal peace Harold Mccormick weds Ganna Walska Beautiful polish songbird in Paris miners and operators feed Public opinion if strike lasts longer fuel prices High now own frs can afford to r a wage increases and Public will foot Bills by Mark Sillivan National political correspondent of Trio Mitchell evening Republican and the new York evening Post Washington. D c., aug. La copy a It122 by the Mitchell evening publican and the new York even re Post it a both the Coal striker i the Coal operators Are now in a r cd to Settle their differences and to work. The basis on which a Are now willing to agree does not Fer materially from what was pro. I to them by president Harding prom what they could have done a their own initiative any time since 4 e strike began the question there a re arises Why this willingness at a a present moment to do a thing v Irh they have been continuously i stubbornly unwilling to do since april i fear Public opinion to those who have followed this c be with and closeness the answer cr.,.nlain. The strikers and the aviators have now come together a lated by two common emotions. A Jpn div and fear. Their fear is that he strike continues a few weeks a e win a an Industrial break Vii and the mood of the country reflected in recent discussion has cd Edea h of them to be apprehensive of what the Public might be a closed to do if the Industrial a Down should come i Urther this both parties to the strike w that the members of the lower Juca of Congress after spending six w 4> in Contact with the Public will c me together again next tuesday a 1 both the strikers and the opera a ? have reason to fear the drastic things that Congress might do to the Aal Industry if the strike should i in Force and an Industrial breakdown still a a a menace moved by cupidity but even More than their common f,.ar the strikers and the operators Ere now moved by cupidity. The Erie of Coal because of the strike has Row reached a Point where the oper arms can pay the miners any wages Thev demand and still make enormous profits. Last april when the Fike i Pean the Price of Coal was roughly $2 to $2.50 a ton. Today it is anywhere from $4 to is a ton. When the operators co to work again they probably will be Able to get for several months an average of d a ton for their Coal. The net result is that the Public pays the Bill. Of course there was no conspiracy in the beginning. The strikers were angry and the operators were angry and yet. Is things stand today the net a Sut to the Public is exactly the same As if there had been from the beginning a conspiracy Between the strikers and the operators to bring about a situation which would secure wages for the miners and big i refits for the operators at the expense of the Public thing usually happens this is the thing that has usually h in n a in these co in strikes and it is the thing which ought to be pre i v government action looking to he a permanent stabilizing and Uli inc of this Industry. The us Pron a act is whether assuming the strike is settled the country shall merely breathe a sigh of Relief Over the emergency averted and pay the Bill or whether the country on the other hard shall keep the lesson of this strike in mind Long enough to move to take permanent measures to prevent similar situations in the future an additions1 Raison related to the others Why the Coal strikers and the operators Are willing to Settle now that in the Case of the strikers they have eaten into their accumulated funds As As they think prudent and in the Case of the operators they have disposed of most of Stock in hand showmen am truculent meantime. The Railroad strike seems to those who follow it Here rather More menacing. The striking showmen seem in a More truculent Tariff policy causes worry among germans ranks of Illinois Coal. Operators break with single defection neither Side can agree on new proposals leading viennese Jurist says economic peace depends solely on states wish co operation by associated press i. Wire Chicago. 111. Aug Llu the United electric Coal company owning mining property in Illinois has thrown its Illinois tonnage in oth four state wag conference at Cleveland it was authentically reported Here this morning. The Illinois Capac a of the company a mines was Given As Between 800,000 and cantons this is the first report Outlook still dark labor organizations to take matter up again rail Heads name committee break in the stand taken by nation Ai existence. Redlich declares. Depends on american Essl stance Nois operators association. Of by Edward Ai. Thierry Williamstown. Mass., aug la a America s Tariff policy is the biggest thing troubling Germany and Austria says or. Josef Redlich leading Vienna Jurist and former austrian minister of finance. Redlich on of the a a turn a at the Institute of politics in session Here Northwest to Send Coal plea to Washington no statement is of Adf to indicate attitude taken on presidents of an of Artex red by associate press leased a in new York. N. A aug. La a railway ext out Ives a arc reporter late today to in deadlocked oui president Harding pro a Oval to my the rail Mirko by taking Hack strikers and letting tit Railroad Lal or Iward Settle the question of their seniority. South Dakota to be a fire thi month made this the most vital j sen Ted on Mission to president for fuel . Ganna Walska Beautiful Paris opera Star and her Hird husbands Alexander Smith cochrane., from whom she was recently divorced. It i Rumoro a that the american millionaire made a tremendous Cash settlement in order to obtain his Freedom from the much married song Bird today Canna became a Bride for the fourth time wedding Harold f Mccormick. International Harvester head in a justices office in a Ward City Hall in Paris. Paris. France. Aug Llu Harold f Mccormick head of the International Harvester company of Chicago and d Kinghorn and next with or Julius franked at the time one of the two richest bachelors in America Coch j rare her third husband was the a Madame Ganna Walska were quietly other a Che a Bachelor. Neither my married today in the City Hall of the Cornrich nor his Bride would discuss sixteenth Ward Here. Mccormick j their wedding or their future plan came Here this week with his Daugh a neither would Ray with a they Conter Mathilde. Whose engagement to template a trip to Switzerland to Max Oser elderly Swiss Riding Mas 1 present at the proposed marriage ter was announced Early this year of Mathilde Mccormick daughter of he kept his own wedding plans a j the Harvester head. Secret and went alone to the a Ridge Bureau to obtain his permit to j or Mccormick silent wed the Beautiful polish opera song Chicago. Ill aug Llu my Eph Bird whose recent divorce from Rockefeller Mccormick will have no Alexander Smith Cochrane was the gossip of two continents. It was Mccormick himself who introduced his millionaire Friend to the Beautiful pol. The Middle aged millionaire was captivated at once an i immediately there started a on or comment to make micks in Arri age a that Telephone mrs a delivered by or. Mccormick s Secretary was the Only statement forthcoming the comment sine1 her divorce last Winter on eith a her former husband s activities or the announced engagement of her i year old daughter Mathilde to Max of a Derly Swiss Riding de v prop Fowhl mine Walska a of Hon she came re Chi Cag my go to appear As one of in he is a the Chicago opera company or Mccormick who with mrs Edith my Mccoy Cormick were the principal Gran a hrs of the company had employ i her while visiting Paris on the Day before her announced debut with the Chicago company morning when the associated Tress Walska rack d h r bags and. Informed the former wife of the in a left for be York. Gossip buzzed of we rewind courtship. But their a ter National Harvester head of his her the incident and it was go no rail Ridge was not a Happy one in fact marriage in pans to . Ganna sported that conductor Mannuzzo Neva ios Quot by we Quot r via Ganna s matrimonial ventures have i Walska. The opera Singer. Ibid publicly fed her ability a never been Happy. Twice she tried it i or Mccormick daughter Chi Singer before the entire cast at a Captain Arcadie i John d Rockefeller has declined to dress rehearsal. Factor of world Affa Ira when he gave. In an interview with Nea service these forecasts Woi 11 economic peace cannot Conn without american financial Relief to the Defeated Powers in Tho shape of Loans and credits. Financial Relief from Umrie is prohibitive under the Tariff policy now under discussion in Congress. No ver wheless Germany and Austria xxx ill remain Republic. Hungary xvii eventually become a monarchy. Attempts to create a Rhineland Republic and a Union of Bavaria and Austria xxii fail a it is difficult. Rays Redlich. A to Prophesy the future of Central eur Ope where a a a Mything is so in a told i but it requires no Prophet to say that j the entire International Structure depends on America. National existence depends on i. S. Aid a we a1 know we must have financial support from american chiefly credits for raw materials if we in Germany and Austria Are to survive. And the future is very gloomy first because no reasonable Man Over there expects America to give financial help Uil political conditions Are settled and second Ani most important because the re cannot possibly be financial help under America s Tariff policy. A your wish is for cooperation not Char v tender existing additions no one Tan say what will happen economically in Europe a or said he thought the re was Little Prospect of the Rhineland Republic scheme just presented to Premier Poincare by the French parliament being work d out. A it is. The same old he said a France want a separate Rhineland Republic and Vise a Union and aus St. Paul. Mine. Aug Llu reparation for sending representatives from Iowa. Wisconsin. I North Dakota and South he known As the Northwest Coal committee to Washington to Aid in speeding up Coal shipments to this Section w re under Way today following the conference of governor of by sgt Oviatt a pres leased a ire Washington. D. Cd. Aug Llu Heads of the seventeen Railroad labor organizations including those on strike and the larger operating brother Minnesota j Hoed considered president hit Dakota to i a it s Riku settlement proposal tor More than two hours today without reaching any Doi Ion As to what Tespo is should a made by till Man on strike Warren s. St no. Ratul Chiaf of the brotherhood of engineers who the session. Which add id an them states Here yesterday. Close on the heels of the Confer Pic did a enc came word from Washington ruined shortly Aper noon. That an incr ask of 50.000 tons each j other meeting would by held in to in week in the movement of bituminous the aay but that probably in Coal to the Northwest had by a a1-, would i draft a u in for tomorrow j afternoon. Lowed by the Federal Coal committee this will make a tonal of 250.ooo tons a week to come via Lake Superior ports. behind in receipts according to figures Given out by governor Preus of Minnesota a the conference the bituminous Coal re seipts at the docks at Duluth and Superior for april. May june and july this Vear Are More than 5.0bb official. Are reticent every Union official participating in the meeting was re Tient girding the discussion an agreement having been reached to let or Stone make Public any information the Eon ferns decided to release p was Lear. However that the Heads of the shop crafts organist it ions wet Sun boo tons behind the figures for the changed in their determination to re same period last year. Quire that All of thir men hrs in 1921 for the four months 5.445, placed in the seniority status they ooh tons arrived at the head of the a when Thev went on strike lakes. This year to Date the move Ommittee is a Moil ment has Only been 380,000. Last year Nev act aug Llu Heads of 14% Anthracite shipments totalled 783 000 american Quot a Quot i today App r,t?1 a tons As compared with Only 16.521 committee to recommend a reply to tons this summer president Harding ? latest proposal declaring that the Northwest dra is for settlement of the nationwide rail largely for it fuel Supply from the f strike it was not indicated by Tho a stocks available at the head of the lakes All the governors pro us of a Minnesota Mcmaster South Dakota Nestos. North Dakota Blaine. Wisconsin and Kendall. Iowa urge drastic Steps by the Federal pox Ern ment to assure this Supply. Harding gets Resolution the governors adopted a Resolution which was forwarded to Presil air go by conference chamber what would be the nature of the reply to the administrations suggestions that re matter of seniority at which the executives walked their last meeting Here should be i it to the Railroad labor Board t Dewitt Cuyler head of the association of railway executives was named sex offi Cio head of the com before once with 0fl#, t Dent Harding stating that the exec to a Miner with judge Robert 6. Levy it d the pm. Of the North a of he i non a Rel .5 . Wanted 3 Union with Germany. Chlof i to Quot old it a Rovn Federal a i urn of Tho a met ship wan to because the German Mark was so Coa mines ind Coal carriers if Thot a proximately the As hit which Joliet traffic still tied up today baseball National league roads officials and Union Heads seek to Settle difficulties Tod a a new York Neq 023 la Brooklyn. .00 boo to j. Barnes and Snyder s. Smith and Miller. Irish rebels seize cables much better than the austrian Crown. But now that the Mark has fallen so Low they Are cold to the idea. Monarchi to Koehns Strong in by necessary by re National adm Nistra re died or. Harding s fir to crepe a lion to carry out the Steps necessary j to obtain Coal. The threatened shortage Boston. Philadelphia. 200 Bio b131 boo 0 1 Watson and o Neill Hubbell and Henline. Boo too Ooin i 5 n 202 Iai oix�?7 la 0 by associated press leased a ire Joliet ii aug. Llu officials of the Elgin Joliet and Eastern and it Cincinnati Pittsburgh brotherhood representatives of their Luque. Markle and employees today entered another i Cooper and St Shmidt series of conference. The last of. Which is scheduled for late this of j americ an Leali e ter noon when it a honed some Are .gem.ent will be made whereby i traffic May be resumed in the Yard of that Railroad Here after two Days of enforced idleness caused by the walkout of workers who dislike the presence of troops in the immediate Vicinity of their place of occupation j today the third Day of idleness four. I engines and All other traffic dead on their tracks a quiet con a tinted within the Yards and shop i area. Messages costly now and Carlton Harding for use of Miami Cable �?~imperil15 i the Prosperity of our business . Endangers a a the health of our peo a i believe both Granv and a of. A raid the Resolution sent to the Tria will continue a be pirate re pub prudent lies although in Germany the Mon j Arches feeling is very Strong a the Gorman Republic will endure j Bas d on the organized of a Kirk a Cia i yes As opposed to the nobility the the i to threatened by disgruntled trainmen by a pro it it leased Ymir Hargrave Philadelphia. New y Ork. Rummell Ketcham Rushand Schang. Boo too b too Oil 0 and Perkins. Cork Falls by associated press leased wire Dublin. Aug. National for erne red the a Ity of c Erk late yesterday according to an official announcement Here last nit by. Patrick Street the Victoria hotel the military Barracks and the new pal jct offices Are aflame following dynamite explosions re hit ii blew up Many buildings. Up a Middle classes and the professional classes the Way is not smooth and there will by fights but there will he no of return inst a Hungary eventually will become 1 a monarchy opinion is practically i unanimous for it the problem to be a told is who shall be King a the legit mists want Charl so eldest son. Some want Admiral worthy and others want some one of the North West 1 urged to seek Coal substitute it St Paul. Minn aug Llu the people of the Northwest or urged to Supply themselves with any possible substitute for coa1 in a joint proclamation adopt 1 by the conference of governors and made Public by governor Preus today. Chicaro. Us. Aug Llu serious thirsts to traffic by refusal of trainmen to trains at Points where troops Are on guard Ren wed outbreaks of violence resulting in several deaths Arni the possibility of walkouts by maintenance of Way me on. Various roads marked the Prev Gress of the rail sink As r til Heads and Union leaders gathered for conferences today to separately consider president Harding proposal for end to Aid in furnishing such Subfti-1 Ipp or a tute the governors proposed to the Federal fuel administration that u fuel director a appointed for the Lignite Fields of North Dakota. The Mars of the big four a transportation brotherhoods upon whom train movements depend or authorized by their chiefs to suspend Washington Washington Boston. Jahnson and Piercy and Rue. Obi 103 to Ooi 103 to too Ono 04 Picinich. By associated press Iua sed wire London eng. Aug. La a american Are paying More than $1 a word to hapsburg Prince governors also telegraphed to Herbert i or Redlich a lecture course at the j Hoover Secretary of comm rce de i Institute of politics is a historic sur manding strict maintenance of the sex of nationalism. Imperialism Hoover mine prices for Coa and a and internationalism in Oom Erding that cars of Vork if they consider smoke Conof Collins. 5end messages from England to new j York taking a 15 00b mile route by a France deports d than they were a a a he Are so Ron gov with be Sui Sessix e step president hard in has taken about seniority. Also. A heir present position the striking nor men seem to Hare a perceptibly a iter sympathy from the big rail i brotherhoods than they had in beginning River men crazed with Hooch shoot up Lansing to. Rah shops in t blown up a South Dakota l and Dies in Bismarck of athletic in juries by associated press leased wire Lansing to. Aug Llu a Crew of Twenty men from the gov in men Steamer. Helen engaged in River work Here entered the town wednesday night beat up the night watch Man. Terrorized the inhabitants Abd _ h were finally placed under arrest of a ten two automobile loads of men in t we n to the r be time exploded at Sante be round Hoise in California Way of Lisbon the Cape verde islands and Buenos Aire due to the Thieun in the trans Atlantic he a by Irish irregulars. Telegraphic a oms Mun location Between great Britain and the i nit a states continues to by gravely Affey cd. The Irish rbe1� continue to withhold to of the Sev Cable in the trans Atlantic no attic there is Little Prospect of bombs an Early resumption to Norm service. In them ant a. Press associations and newspaper correspondents Are limited to a Small fraction of their usual a a vice a because of the to up. Iii i two Hundred a a undesirables a ordered out As tart of restoration policy by a fused to i All operators and dealer who do not adhere strictly to the Hoover Price which is $3.50 per ten at the mind up. Proclaim Itjen Telegram a a j Resolution were signed by governor Preus. Governor r. A. Nestos North Dakota governor w. H Mcmaster. South Dakota Gox a nor John j a a Plain Wisconsin and governor n e \ Kendall Iowa. All of whom were i present at yesterday s conference. Gox in a or us announced also that P. White Federal fuel distributor for the Northwest will arri�?T.4� Enten i service by associated press leaded wire Bismarck n d aug Llu Ralph Irkey 13 year old son of or. And a it Sharkey of Pollock. S. A. Died a local Hospital Early today after no illness dating from injuries Rev a in High school athletics the of injured his Back while playing Othall As a student of Fargo High a Hoof and later in a a rack meet raised an Elbow info Ion set in. I the work of the bes spec Aliss a. He was a senior in High school Vul n he became ill. Til body will Raken to Pollock tor i aria i. Wood mans had been called men were said to have been under the influence of Moonshine whisky. Citizens of the town alarmed at the rioting rang the fire Bell to assemble enough men to quiet the disturbance the men will be tried in the jus was of in rn1 Cabin a by associated pics leased wire Newyl Ork. N y by associated press mire san Bernardino. Ca. Aug. La a time bombs Haxe exploded at intervals from i 30 to 3 a the. Leadership of a put sheriff Oclock his morning in the stockade i a. Of Atchison. Topeka and Santa f v a 11.�?new within two Hundred feet of the com omd Triton resident of the Vest pan a a round House according to the n Mon Telegraph company an sheriff s office noun a today he had wired pre i the bombs were buried a ground \ v for permission to us and in exploding blew much Earth t a a emergency caused by seizure into the air. It was said. I a a Irish irregulars a he the belief that the explosions Western t Here monday for a conference with by associated press Lea Etc a wire him relative to the movement of i Strasbourg aug commis Coal to f Ake or a a p0rt? from that i a Ary Genera of Alsace Lorraine has non Union mines and set to the announced that in pursuance of fhe the lakes j a i in in Kuver Ruif in in c Fernr. Governor Freus said left the twin cities today confident that the Federal administration will be More clearly the seriousness of the situation in the Northwest As a result of yet Raj s conference. The governors were agreed that anything that new can be done will no prevent a a Oal shortage in the heme. His Winter and will not pre a shortage among the Indus to the next few we is Many tilt is and the presence of soldiers at terminals and Junction Points a a unbearable Western divisions of a he Atchison. Topeka and Santa of were threatened with a tip up of Trang continent ital trains by refusal of engineers firemen conductor and trainmen to opt rat train while troops were stationed a it eng the in we re cd Breaks occurred earlier in the Riku. At Ether Center throughout the country similar situations threat Ned switchman joined the trainmen in their protests against working und Efi guard and the situation on the Santa feat Ned. Barstow and a the i California Point was Urther aggravated when the entire Yard fore at for or e left its tothe men not if a the company they would re fun to return until the armed guards wer Rem eyed French a restoration a measures against Germany. 50 undesirable in Alsace Lorraine hav been served with exp Ulsie a notices and must Cross the Frontier before saturday evening. Of state plans by associated press leased wire St Paul. Minn aug ill the Prate Board of control tabulated bids pc in yesterday for the construction of the tries Cath rtt Al re a a astern Union fire court a to saturday according were raped from powder Capr j # rom the baivadoe., and Tice Cour n re Baturay. Accoroi.i-., an Ltd to bomb expressed by i 5ea, but a the government new Mankato state teachers col a Indus trip Are certain to clo a Down a go and probably will met and hundreds of men will a thrown rom time monday to make the out of work As the result it a to the Federal Rixter commissioner at Dubuque who turned them Oxer to the local authorities. A wards. Blunders United a totes marshal Greenwood he was of the opinion he said the explosions Yvere intended Only to frighten men at work in nearby shops Deputy United plates marshal Albertson was seriously burned who. A bomb exploded in i hands Short. Conferences Between same be off All of the governor in the con. Quot vials and Union leaders were hot a following joint meet fies of big four brotherhood men and a a though no trains had been annulled Early today several eastbound past Neer trains held up at Barstow reports from Bakersfield Cali indicated the walkout would apr id from California to Arizona and new Mexico Points on the san a pm switchman at Moberly. Mo., a turned to work after a Short walkout but fire Man to re voted net to Aid in the movement of Fri ight train until the demand of the striking shop or a was met of Bandit make big haul in clothing two lose lives in Peculiar Accident when tugs Are sunk by associated pres leased wire a a York aug. Llu the tug boat r la re Rice p howl was overturned and a n an Odd Accident off Staten land today when a tangled Tow be Lusyd it to capsize and two member of its Crew lost their lives the tug a towing a Steamer Ani when t slowed Down the steam t rated by. Causing the Slack a user to become looped under the tugs t Ern the tug was whipped Over on <1e and disappear within two minutes. Weather report by associated press leased wire i uni he Maui guru it i in Ltd it Pandit in after the explosion of the Twenty i aulk store Here last three bombs i till and Scap both men Wear explosion of the bombs it Rry ated of a and women s silk Dresser terror in the Vicinity of the $5.ooo and $6 of Public opinion shop. T a n and $6 000 hurling fragments Sev eral Hundred. As carried away in a meet the bomb according to in fast a it according to the poll a so Vest gators were apparently thrown made to Force the Safe in into the it Okada. J a . Each Day under tile caption a Public opinion the Republican xxx ill a it a five persons to give their View a on some a Ertain a Jestion. Their answers will he printed in Brief if Joti have a question on a hich you would sound Public opinion land it to the Pii Blie opinion editor. Hell do the rest. Said. Several of the Railroad and warehouse commissions and the fuel administrators in with Ivan bowl a. Stat fuel administrator today for a confers no a on Coal distribution. A program for shipments on an equal i basis from the Bead of the lakes a drawn up and agreed to by the several state representatives. The source of this Supply bring in Minnesota. Or Rowan was entrusted to look Aper the interests of the other states at the port. Of Are spreading Minnesota for str \ of by i be. However. Say. Theres Litt e danger yet what is the most needed improve ment in Mitchell get your want ads in today or saturday answer the thing we Mot need at pro int is wider streets. E. E. Owens chief of police. A new grandstand at hit Hook Park with a Good athletic Fields j Chau be y Earle High school Stu to get the advantage of a free insertion sat Dant a. E. In cleaning up of the streets and urday with from two to five other insertions. Incendiary fire at Camp Grant damages Mil it Ary Barracks i by associated pres Lea cd wire Duluth Minn aug la a in the a of amp or a of rainfall for 45 Days Brush fires continued to Spring in today or. The Vicinity of Duluth. No a Riouz fires we re reported however and the local District Headquarters of the e ate Rockford. 111. Aug la a Fife in the supervision there a no work ii of patrolmen forestry service said 1 Grea danger guards working under and the. Camp Grant text a of p m i tour control Early i a govt a a a no in Chart of 4. Eight units of Barracks in the Tai area orb a buildings damaged copy for want ads should be in the Republican office today or saturday. Smirh Dakota fair tonight and saturday slightly cooler tonight. Why is this wrong the answer will be found among Olav s want ads what a a Blunder do you suggest two cents per word every other insertion saturday free vacant Iota of the City. L. S. Vickers cashier Western National Bank. More Good reside a that will rent did is for a reasonable amount of Money. Something that a working Man can afford to pay. A. J Stebbins insurance agent. The most needed improvement at the present time is a y. M. C. A. Or some such similar place for the boys we re destroy and several Tny la 1 to Blaze was a ported to be Burner on the Short of Barr ? Twenty isolated buildings a re i. About 05 Mno a North of Duluth damaged by Rupf fires a or _ a la in 3.1 to Quot a x w 1 a a a a. Rupf fires. Sev Rai sol-1 Hack a advised forestry beads slightly injured Whie tor j i r m. Yesterday that this fighting the flames covered about 20 acres and Camp authorities declared the fire Walt confined to burned or land Pawera undoubtedly of incendiary Ort Trolman Robert edger who left for Gin. The scene of the fire shortly before the Barracks erected during the Midnight to organize a Crew of guard . Were Buir and equipped a a had not reported to Diri it Quot h and Cost of More than $1,000,000 but i quarters at 10 30 a. In today there of Mitchell to attend j. L. Loven their Salvage value was said to have Are no telephones ten its o Ger. Clothing merchant. _ i been much less. The Law a Ierne tel irl of Ita
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