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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - August 15, 1921, Mitchell, South Dakota
The evening Republican City edition vol Xxxvii Mitchell s. D. Monday August 15, 1921 a a More is Erin demand after English offer Dominion status not enough to satisfy sinn fein Valera says in deadlock again fill Independence and Hight a to Settle Eigsti la woes themselves is asked a bar Asior lated pres Bensell a ire London eng. Aug. 15. England today faced a crucial period in the negotiations looking to the establishment of peace in Ireland. I he action of the British government yesterday in making Public letters exchanged Between prime minister Lioyd George and Eamonn de Valera. Irish Republican Leader showed the people that a virtual deadlock existed. Although the door was declared to have been left open for further Parley. Reports from Dublin which might indicate what the Irish republicans would do to counter the unexpected move of the government in giving the correspondence to Tho press were anxiously awaited. Wanted people to know it would appear that the prime minister sought to Lay the Irish problem before the country on the eve of the meeting of the a ii Eireann. Whih convenes tomorrow. The government terms were in Brief As follows Dominion status for Ireland with Complete autonomy in financial matters but without Tariff or Trade restrictions Between the islands. Ireland would maintain defense forces and police but her territorial forces would be kept within a reasonable Powers to Ireland Ireland would maintain her own postal system but would Grant England air defense and communication facilities. Ireland would have control of her own educational and Industrial affairs but he British new would maintain its hold on the seas around the Island. A share of the United kingdoms debt would he assumed by Ireland the exact amount to be fixed by arbitration. . Do Valera in reply demanded full Independence for Ireland and suggested 4 treaty of association with the British Commonwealth group. Treaties regarding Trade and limitation of armaments were urged by the Irish repaid inn chieftain together with Mutual run Cine Ole is to air. Railway and other communications. The Ulster problem would be left to the Irish hems Ives for solution or. De Valera declaring that the employment of Force was not contemplated Lora to Empire the a Quot it id of the Bister government mrs e us a Furlin by the making nub Star Belfast 0f a to mria Ovd Geo rare from sir James to Raic the Ulster to rep in a. Sir fames expressed the love Ltd of his government to the Empire and Bis readiness to Confer with or. Lloyd George and the sinn of in a of a Olinc to Irish declared he would sinn fein in what he move to coerce the repudiate the Tish a for wider of some Means Trot Vera v. But support the scribed a a vein men t to my a to press drizzle drips Over most of South Dakota looks As if we d been placing our Money on the a Rong Corner asks $200, too to pay for big disarm confab Harding requests Congress to appropriate expenses of session state botanist to lecture Here on potato crops Bill goes to Dawes professor Petry state Hom Ilist of Brookings and professors Frank e. Mccall president of the South Dakota potato Exchange of Watertown will but ctr on certified potato culture Friday afternoon. August lit. At 3 o clock in the Grove at the Edge of the Lutz Melon Patch near the South limits of the City. The Public is invited. Number 245 a a la a a asks roads to Cut rates on Stock 20 pct. Livestock freight in West and Mountain states is found not unreasonable budget it Iii get Ain gets one Oveile of lost Plu e session first of Lily Raisin Latrail i a lenses Birri Washington. D. aug. 15.�? pres us of Harding asked Congress today for $200,000 to defray expenses of the disarmament conference. The j president transmitted a letter from under sir teary Fletcher to director Dawes of the budget Bureau showing the amount needed and also transmitted an official copy of the invitation to the nations to participate. He must a a Point out that the estimate is based upon the session of the conference covering a period of Only two months. A if the sessions Are prolonged beyond that period it will no doubt prove necessary to secure ail additional the communications were taken immediately under consideration by the Senate appropriations committee. President Harding s letter was a Brief formal transmittal note saying in part a in the statement of reasons set Forth by the under Secretary of state. I concur and recommend the appropriation As 0-ing Iii the Public in t pleasure trip ends in death Mother his in mitc hell while party is Emich the to an automobile trip t of he Black Hills that promised to la two months full of pleasure and Joy for or. And mrs. Rentz Rind their 17-months-old baby. Donald of Sanborn la., ended mrs. Rentz was taken with spinal meningitis night at a Mitchell hos Cut needed however not less Tuan of cents pfc in maced. A omm Erck body demands for shippers Bui we ill attend disarmament session Washington. D. C., aug. Premier Briand of France has assured the United states government that will personally attend the disarmament conference in washing ginning november la. It a be inter nation i. Lin Weiers to attend conference Washington. Aug 14.�?assembly of an International Congress of Washington with the disarm in november i democrats will fight tax Bill As favouring the Rich Ato Burden poor classes by National the re Wash inn m re St of i Lix xxx i it arcs Ponder it null. Aug Ivy Froio in of next week until the takes a recess will be Lur the democrats in tile a. The Republican tax Baldy re introduced next St to Jig sue tick a by i or hounds Trail Dakota Auto posse Billies xxi sexy i is of Sheri i it m Ason i it. Ill. A Fly i Renn i Virrl Peoria. Ilk aug. 15.�?a sheriffs intent Confer discuss Stabile Exchange is under the Treasury. No be yet been drawn. Official a blared hut the Ideal behind the prop a 1 Cen Terer. A to bring together the leading hankers and tin ant lers it the world in Hope of evolving program which by removing the Tienert Hattte sadly when suddenly ill and died Las pita. Mrs. Rentz first began to feel ill when the party was nearing Sioux Falls. Her husband recognized symptoms of spinal meningitis and hurried her to Sioux Falls where she was examined by physicians who said that or condition was nit serious and the journey could be continued in safety. As they were leaving Alexandria. . Rentz became alarmed when he a Oke t Chis wife and she did t answer. He immediately seeded his car so As to reach a Mitchell pita. The woman a condition continued to grow worse until last night when she died or. Rentz and his Motherless son returned to Sanborn this morning on the train that bore the body of the child s Mother. . And mrs r Entz Are friends of or. And mrs. Xxx xxx. Woodman and or. And mrs City. Who Are former residents Sanborn. Rentz physician of to Woodman Lainily in Sanborn. I or. Rentz was gassed in France Rind thought that two months in the Black Hills would be beneficial to his Lily associated i Russ xxx ire i Washington C., aug. La a freight rates on livestock in Western and Mountain Pacific territory were found by the interstate Commerce commission today to he not unjust and unreasonable hut the commission suggested to the railroads that present rates should be reduced voluntarily to so per cent of the present rates the reduction not to he less than 50 cents a Hundred pounds. Rates As suggested maybe published to become effective on not less than live Days notice the commission said. Emergency reductions granted last May still Are in effect the commission said and there 1h nothing to show that they materially increased traffic or that present rates have appreciably reduced the movement of livestock which must 1>f marketed As it matures. A there has been some reduction in movement since i Oil and 1910, when the movement was greatest a the commission said a but for 1021, judging by the figures for the first four or j. A Avenue trouble his hoi years or. Five months it promises to equal or hos i exceed that prior to the War a the producers contended that reduced rates would stimulate tile Industry and help save it from ruin. The commission indicated that it proposed reductions on this basis. A we have always recognized tim right of the carriers to so adapt their rates and practices to the needs of the localities and industries which William Long of this they serve As to promote the welfare 0f of shipper and Carrier alike where be done within the limits of Ibl mss and without the undue prejudice and unjust discrimination which the Law prohibits a the commission said. The commission presenting the Case proposing reduction consists of j. Mur was the family trait j Man family it it Onalu i seventh 1 m. Reed chairman j a Phy of South Dakota 4 Fred w. Put Mann of Minnesota Charles Webster of Iowa and t. A. Brown of Nebraska members of the Railroad commission of those states. Waters. 513 East who has been ill with heart for the past 20 years died at in is Mlay night. He was 72 now resulting change fluctuations would Way for a revival of Commerce tween the nations. An appropriation xxx rtt is is Minn.,to i p. Cli and has lived h by g that anti Ftfe be a i by it id b a Estuary cd a to p ,1 the f will probably monday and from then Fine of Congress until it e Given to Ltd debating the democrats Wigt nth Job a the Cir Opportunity. He principal polite of or. Bet we n the in or Twenty years n the broadest term to the id out wi.1 the r the debt of a i to to co is. Will this i urse not by thing govern very Muen ird this in it Erie e that tile in parties be aft id t a St or a cold drizzling rain began Early this morning in the South to and Eastern part of South Dakota and increased to heavy showers in the Northern part of the state and to a half Inch downpour West of the Missouri River. The Mercury Here dropped five degrees from the Low temperature of. The night to 55 degrees at 4 3ft a. In. By 7 of clock Only .07 of an Inch of rain had fallen Here and there had been Only a slight Rise in the temperature. Which hovered around 60 degree during the morning. The entire Eastern and Southern part of the Tae shivered in a Caille drizzle which began about four of clock this morning and extended from Chamberlain on the Misouri River. Ens to Sanborn la. A half Inch of rain fell in the territory from Chamberlain West to Murdo. The rain extended North to a Berdeen. neighbors Cut dead Man s Grain War includes at Ion but also a nature that the the demo rats r than fifteen year the principal poll country Hung an deed if the free i it it Laded the i the detainer on histor repeating itself and a repose to take every Adlanta the situation. The democrats pose to attempt to show publicans Are paying the taxing the classes we most of tit not include the i mentions of Thi. Issue win in iut Republican attitude on the Tan As la also include an not democrats on the cd i Board s management of t the country. This if for lated in to sub to \ fiscal does. More War he the Ere com debts com Tith mad onigut on d or us for till Ami have More than Litiere a Row last de Ade o come. A bout Hidu he fit Den Unrast now in he n Cion a a i tin Aff Ai irs of lift a int tatter peal Bergt i. A i dog Ugur Samv work. Misse today Cornfield be search h of to luge there Haim cd 1 Aff heir Mal nun Malce brow Itte nipped in Conn body Coal it Klinl men Aba la bore Iller it. 4 bet All i ii bloodhounds into a Mason City. Ilk. In Lien who had taken re or firing on chief of held yesterday when o hold them on suspicion with the $95,000 company pay roil maid. Ill. Saturday. The pined their automobile until Dakota License it. The Corn Field was get. F tin in in la were annul to peeled to to abolishment the i no it in Ary in. He if i for yid it vim it roller Ingr. Such a Crissinger. Orience of Soto which is More Tor a it the Cree t the plan uld ii e a Congreve omit the officials i expense dec rally if the to at the time inference when Nancian experts re n International Ign Trade trans Ishtie a none e from Osakis j seven years ago i that in or. J. P. To him la a. Living mar and mrs. Charles Xvi Edrick of Homestead. Fla. Mrs. Xvi Edrick will lie unable to Rome to mitc hell for the funeral services. Funerals vices will be Hebl at the Home at 2 30 p. In., tuesday with Rev. John la. Reese in charge. The body will lie in state at the Home from to a. Rn., until the time of the funeral on tuesday. Be distr it Dov Kuty a it by Low is claim in of purpose of the s advocated by currency criss according to or. Sure the Nprma to of Exchange portent than a Par Exchange. Mitchell couple returns after wedding trip Man it Parent was ii it re Hii it. In Ray be years. It tally they e of pro Liat the Rewar Del by i ii include Consumers Ami which do the very Racli. The ram sult will in in la it on the Tariff Ami by the Reserve in King 1 ibis rsm Silver control Iod was thirty it unt Conli Coin n nor c cd m kind ship it i Isi firing. Whit left in a cont i inn new tween t Hur of i oth Light Rob Iii of of the one c a too on the Ltd personal c Doe not help Izeyl by the Leal it is and Ward Aggro and of i brei in or t hey she it in the National friends of hover hand and William other. That t this oldest for Leader any is now real sri oils Democrat Are taking Steps to party management iowan lugs Melon Back Home to show How s. D. Grows Mem ten held in it. Dodge fist riots ire i Fred Sessinger of Mason City paid Davison county watermelons a compliment when he returned Home last night front a visit Here lugging. Pound Melon a uti show Dodge. La. Barging ten Dent to con out Here Thi Sturba Mas to of the Anteri organization. My potential Idem by wit f mum a urn re to not in the Rand late tin t it Litten i. It we Are Iii y politics y right 19211 interest for the t of the to with him a i the or. See sir Horn of or. Over the we i of town am wit ii the Cize a r was a guest at the Ami mrs. E. M. Stanton end. La paid a visit to farm on the outskirts was much impress and Quality of tin Mcl fort rants a with i sworn ing air ring company. Three employees to Thi Plant and men taken from them fist fights Are reported but was seriously injured. Aug. 15.�? Warthen with assault nut murder were it morning follow tending the reopen Cement blaster Reet cars carrying were stopped several no one or Ai rid mrs Harold r. Gice son who were marred August 6 in St. Cloud Minn. Have arrived in Mitchell and Are at Home in their apartments on Kimball Street. Mrs. I son was formerly miss be Bingenheimer. Who has made i her Horn with her aunt mrs. John Michels for the past two years j the Wendi thedral in St gust 6. And and mrs. Til Lis and St. I by noon. The Bride Rig took place at the. A loud on saturday. After the ceremony son went to Minne Iuca aum r. In Ltd to spend a Short Bou or c k in i a Salt ral i tide i has rest the of in ii a Ion. W the ind re a the pure has War. Sien if h fact. Nl-1 the serve of the Feder pursuing a policy among fit la r effects get result Aff tending to Ilia a to some when near in Flower it had before ii a policy stated in the a favors those a lasses Unity whose property is Alf fixed interest hearing re of postpone Shotgun murder pleading until August 22 pistol shots at Watermelon Patch Lead to court Libert. U in be Gettysburg. S d., aug. 15.�?las week the neighbors of c. F dreg Orv recently deceased went together to Harvest i Grain five headers were in the Field furnished by lib Tarlton. Anton Rena a. Vav ill act Lvov. Dias. Glosser and Louis Kress each j bringing a Crew. Making a total of j 2a men who made Shor Twark of the Job. . Greeks launch new offensive ally \ ,-a re is xxx ire i Smyrna aug. greeks have begun a second offensive against the turkish nationalists. The latter Are retiring rapidly toward the a k a la River without offering resistance. To pin xxi \ Bill vote oct. 15 Washington. D. a aug. 15.�? agreement for a Inal vote Dato her 15 it is Nat air Borah a Bill providing for fre it toils for passing through the Panama canal was reached today by the Senate. The Corr in he Shaf securities like the of ones Railroad Bonds policies an la a like. The democrats will attempt to show that tim republicans a favouring creditor classes Alf that a Uii try As against the Ile Tor classes. It will probably turn in it that the Isson a arising it of this policy will have a i by \ itrel rest i ear i Xiv or i los Angeles. Bal. Aug. 15.�?arthur c Bun h and mrs. Afa Dalynne Oben i Bain Arra Gneil today in the Superior court her on an indictment i Harg ing the murder a of j. Belton Kennedy asked for an Extension of time in which to plead. The y were granted until August 22. Mrs. Feb unchain appeared to be on Thi verge of collapse As Shi listen�?1 to the Reading of the indictment charged that so Ami Burch Kennedy her former so at in front of k a in ily s cottage on the night of August 5. Burgh <1 in played no emotion. Suspect carries $2,310 loot in shoe Illy % �?o���a1>�<1 pres xxi re Chicago. Ilk aug. Zohe is held Here today awaiting the arrival of authorities from Cedar rapids. La., to take him Back there to a of theft of $3,500j Chi Chin. Bedur rapids he will be accompany that was found in his arid is a a r pm s. We Lay my a w. A Harold stopped i answer cd arg hmm William confectioner Neil by $2.31 o shoe. W i o to h Iva Watermelon Patch at i a lonesome Job so san Etna Loyceil by a xxx Ater a his farm East of of the Limby taking Chance re Iii sing automobiles. A h drove along and of fix Bis Windshield i a knowing that ism Patch in the i Kersting is alleged by fir a in the it Lii action Mother mrs. J. B. Bingenheimer of Creighton neb., is Well known to Many Mitchell people and the Bingen Reiniers Fri old residents of this Vity a number of years ago. . Cheson the son of or. And mrs. J. J. Go soil of Mitchell is the proprietor of a grocery store on the South Side. He was a member of troop k and was on of the first to enlist when the United states entered the War. He was sent from Camp Cody to France when he served for id months. To a a mox if. Can sons meet l5s Angeles. Cal. Aug. I picture of moors from various parts of the United states and Canada and motion picture producers Here got together today in the beginning of a weeks conference on what motion pictures should Ami should not be., inspection of mgt Tion pictures in the making was part of the first Day s program. Washington O., aug. 15.�?business and financial conditions in states served by the tenth Federal Reserve Bank. Kansas City Are deplorable due to High Cost of production and distribution of agricultural products and prevailing Low prices. A. E. Ramsey chairman of the Federal Reserve Banket Kansas City told the interstate. Commerce commission today la hearings on freight rates on Grain products and Hay. The complaint against present rats was made by the Kittitas stat Railroad commission joined by Twenty other states and various Grain producers associations. Producers Are unable tax i their Broil lots above the Yost to it of production and distribution. . A ans a i said. 20 Stab s Hoard in the Case scheduled for five Days of hearings 20 states through their a Railroad commissions a a a joined with other organizations representing Grain producers Stock exchanges and Grain dealers As Well tis Many Western Bankers. In urging reductions on the ground a that present rates a too High for producers to a Alize a reasonable profit. They also declare that Grain and Hay prices have come Down to off wat prices and therefore should lie accorded pre War freight rates. floods again 1 threat Pueblo Rix for riders patrol sex Oil of streams x it Fri xxv r x1ns in Iii North j which killed i heart l of his outturn Road. Col Iii Dille Jiggs sags a when lets wife turned to a pillar of Salt it was up to him to shake or while he had the Chance and nut a want and in the Republican for a deceiver is named for Sioux Falis press saints to Kersting a by i ise was dismiss to be less reek the it stood Iii the police resulted g arrested but the i upon his Promise i with his gun. To a Llor brr a a ire Sioux Falls. S. To it. Aug 15.�?on the petition of the Sioux Falls National a Ltd Oiler Erie vitors of George xxx. Egan you Blusher if this it us Falls Dally pres Federal judge Elliott this morning appointed e. R. Northrup. I4io,x Falls business Man temporary j receiver for the newspaper with pow pc to sell it. . Northrup announced that the press would be Dpi Tosh of at private Sale within the next few Days. It was explained that the appoint a ment of a receiver for the press i would no effect upon the involuntary bankruptcy proceeding Brot against or. Egan by several of his creditors last week. Hearing in the bankruptcy i a was i continued id finitely this morning. Weather report Lorix St South Dakota generally fair tonight Ami tuesday slightly warmer tonight. I Aku i to no i rat line by the republicans recording Ermon Terr sunday p. In. 7 9 p. In. 7 4 p. In. 66 12 p. In. 6ft Tom merc f. Enters session Washington. I it. O., aug. 15�?As-sentbly of an it National Congress i of financiers at Washington possibly a coined it ent with the disarmament cot of Rem in november to discuss stabilization of foreign Exchange is under consideration facials said today. To Gove if the in toe it the Treasury of Day in. A to today a baseball National Leager Philadelphia of Toto lift 00ft�?2 Xvi York. 00ft too 001�?1 Meadows and buggy barn Snyder. 13 to it a. I a maximum 3 p. I minimum 5 a. In by the official 3 p. I. Yesterday. Today 55 government in. In. In. 58 61 64 Thor no Hon Al league Chicago. 2ftft too oft�?2 7 it Cleveland. Ft3< too oo.x�?3 3 i Mcweney. Hodge and Schall. Morton and of Neill. Bio meter from Imlay maximum 76 minimum 57 noon today 62 on yesterday to noon Detroit. St. Louis i i uss is Eneid. And Gassier Davis too oho and be i by associate pre i Enuh Xiv re Pueblo colo., aug. 15.�?spores of men were stationed along the Banks of the Fountain River Here Early to Day prepared to warn residents of the River Bottom Region in the Section to leave their Homes River swollen by heavy Rains i North goes higher. Below Pueblo High water of Fountain and Arkansas Rivers hooded the Lowland and caused a i damage to Erot it. I considerable damage was alone roads in Pueblo and the Vicinity. The Santa be Railroad Bridge Over the Fountain River Iii this City was washed out. Delaying traffic East. The water went Over some Low lands. The storm was severest North of Pueblo on the Colorado Springs Road. Near Buttes the water was several feet deep and Many automobile i a ties were sullied for hours. Only one Railroad track is Usa a1 Talay Between Here and Rado Springs owing to Waho Elpaso county. During the storm sunday afternoon Thomas Boland a j 7 dum�?1 of this a by. Was kill a by _ lightning while Riding in an automobile on tin Pueblo Beulah Road. Being Colo in
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