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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - August 16, 1922, Mitchell, South Dakota
Bic swimming Pool seems Likely this summer citizens committee say the evening Republican third a edition vol. Xxxviii. Mitchell South Dakota wednesday. August 16. 1922 number 271dal production filipinos copy Gandhi a idea islanders seek Freedom from United states Vincente Lianes starts non co operation is movement in Philippines t ? Der Little known h v s for a intensive c a i Man apparently Are going on in islands for by Harry b hint Washington Aue 16�?while the nitration is struggling in an it or to solve the complicated in a Nal situation arising from the mod railway and Coal strikes. Question of philippine i depend again has forced itself to the h n t a altogether new turn has been p r o the problem by the an a Cement in Manila hat a non co 0 adonist movement similar to that a Mahatma Gandhi in India will be a Quot red in an Effort to end american r. A in the islands. To is proposed by Vincente 1 s. Former member of the Philip y e House of representatives and a a n Ber of the recent Mission to the United states. What movement Means if who non cooperation St movement a Fried out in the Philippines in the in Way As Gandhi directed the Rev it against British Rule in India Beroe he was jailed it will mean that natives will refuse to serve in american military forces. That they will refuse to their children to american schools. That they will buy no foreign products that they will refuse to hold to Isrieal positions under the american administration. Administration leaders hoped the j cold water poured on plans for Phil Rune self government by president i Harding when a special Mission on j philippine Independence visited i in Washington a few months ago had so quenched the flame it would take i years for it to Burn brightly again. But present indications Are that preparations for an intensive Campaign for Independence Are going i Forward even More energetically than before. Although official belief in Wash in ton is that Lianes lacks the qual j titles of leadership necessary to in j list a Large following in proposed movement and that the filipino people Lack the religious fanaticism that a used the Indian people to flock to Gandhi by the millions they acknowledge that any seriously organized non cooperation St movement in the Philippines might play havoc with american Commerce there l eader Little known twelve believed to be dead in fire at jewish orphan Home by associated press leased wire Montreal. Aug 16�?twelve persons Are believed to have perished in a fire that destroyed the jewish Bow orphanage at Strawbridge Las night and threatened the Village. The cause is undetermined. It i it reported that eight o the sixty orphans in the institution were missing on a Roll Call after the fire. Among those it is feared died were i Thomas Legault 42, caretaker wife 41, son. Iran. 12. And hi.? daughter. 14. Of Johnson Isnit wholly Happy Sullivan says analyst says californian cannot help but wonder who loves politically Rig fight just ahead Oser takes first Steps to get papers for coming wedding mines in seven states prepare to Start work Ball players to form Union Hiram Mill find Ritter i on test for re nomination waiting at Home Lucerne Switzerland. Aug 16�?j Max Oser i reported to a gone j to Basle native town where he i must take the first Legal Steps in of raining the necessary papers f a a marriage to miss Mathild i Cor Atter being Idle 20 weeks Nick. The Youthful granddaughter of a a a c l j i j John a it Rockefeller Coal wining is scheduled the engaged couple during their i Spain Arditi Brief sojourn Here have been Nio to successful in remaining incognito. It is generally believed that their wed. Ding will take place soon. Of new policy Laid Down proposed be affiliated with v i i. Says Cannon by Mark Sillivan notional political correspondent of the Mitchell evening Republican and the Nett York evening Tou Washington p. A aug 16 copy-1 right 1922 by the Mitchell evening a Republican and the new York even Organ nation to j ins Post a the next senatorial primary Likely to have anything approaching the Public interest tha i Reeds recent run in Missouri had by associated press leased wire will be the candidacy of Hiram John Milwaukee wig. Aug 16�?a base Eon to get a renomination in it Ali for Ball players Union designed for the Nia on october 29 announced purpose of lifting the idols j Here in Washington our keen a of the Diamond from what is termed Terest in Johnsons Campaign for re a position As a pawns of the club won nomination rests on morn than Ore Era to an equal status with the club of its aspects one of the most no owners so far As matters affecting the i spi eurus is the pointed a u i i players Are concerned is nearing Corn administration Sterns to sex i plete organization according to an j Cisine Nof Only to avoid taking in is. Announcement today by Ray Cannon. But avoid the appearance of and former baseball player 1 be si�?�1? or. Cannon Ai been retained by every major Lea Era minor league Coal Outlook for Northwest is still dark p wite. Back from Washington. Sis railroads Are real problem now Harding Bas tried to prac St. Paul. Minn. Aug 16.�? prospects for Relief of the Coal shortage in the Northwest were declared to i Day to he anything but by j c. P. White Federal fuel distributor for the Northwest who arrived Here today or White declared that there is no Coal on the Lake Erie docks that a moves refs amp to hold political jobs Linde. F foreign Admi no i Strati on Vincente Llanes. Said to be leading a non co opera Send i zionist movement against american Rule in the Philippines sketches show incidents that characterized Gandhi s Campaign in India and which May be repeated in Uncle Sam s Island possessions. Some of the non a furnished with ent of their nor he said Community meeting pushes plan for swimming Pool in Hitchcock Park vigorously de support in any just Caus. Single amendments to Tariff Bill get innings on floor today i i Coal strike will Nee the outcome in Advance is re i of course have some effect upon the poignant rot Only to political Rode situation but this effect will not be but to temperament. Harding Felt immediately a or. White said. Has tried to follow this Rule in All the j railroads problem now primaries but All the care he took a no Ereat amount of Relief can be did rot prevent the newspapers from expected in the Northwest or any j. ,. A a 1 Harding other Section of the country until much 31> but unit Quot officials were on Lewis is confident Quantity production i l be Resemi let in Short time wont negotiate Pittsburgh. Pa., aug. 16.�?the Pitt Burgh Cital producers sgt Clation today flatly re Tosca to meet with flu of ices of District number 5 United mine workers to negotiate a wage agreement a in conformity with Tho of called Haie agreement negotiated by Rump convention at Cleveland last . Tile refusal was Iii reply to an imitation from ils Triet president p. T. Fagan. Claims Victory Cleveland. Cd. Us. 16�?�?odes a rite the Lima Ornum a atomic conditions Ami with tremendous Polit ii Ai and tin Aneia influence Val Sod against us. We lire emerging from tile conflict victorious a John i. Lewis International pc ident of the United mine worker of America declared today. Ii said miners had won three a main and principal issues involved in tile Anthracite and bituminous by associated press leased wire Cleveland. Ohio., aug 16�?for the first Tim in Twenty weeks striking soft Coil miners at scattered Points in a Ven stat s were today under order to begin Coil production. This result of the part Etti ement of the strike affected Only a Small majority of the 50 too soft Coal Digger who threw Down their picks last Reading meanings affecting into each of the primaries As they something is done to improve the by associated press i eased wire Washington d. Cd. Aug 16�?with the two thousand Odd committee i amendments finally disposed of the Senate turned its attention today to proposals from i Dividu 1 came along Cace especially different Johnson s Case presented a particularly difficult situation to the and i ministration if Harding had been any other president in recent years. He probably would have taken sides against Johnson if Johnson had the senators same relation to a Wilson and Wilson s Cabinet that he has to Harding and Railroad situation the equipment of the roads is in poor shape they have an insufficient number of men and the situation in general is becoming worse instead of better. Or. White will remain in the Northwest for several weeks or at least until the Coal crisis a passed or White and Ivan Bowen state fuel administrator will leave tonight for Duluth where they will join plans for financial Campaign Are drawn up and live organizations announce determination to build Nat atone my much of material and labor to be donated committees Are organized for work a swimming Pool in Hitchcock Vance As follows Park this summer. First its accessibility. That was the declaration with j no u which r. Raines electrified a meet to f Park Little is known in Washington of j my last night in the Western National a sum maintenance of Lianes organizing ability or the per by thirty citizens a1 enthusiastic for of Roo. Conal magnetism he May be Able to the proposed Pool. Third the a at that such a Pool cry into a Campaign for Active non g0 enthusiastic was the gathering vhf work in harmoniously with Park cooperation. That a motion to Start work immedi hoards plan for the beautifying of then the Curt dismissal of the plea lately carried unanimously. It was j the Park. For Independence received by the mis confidently predicted that the work the Pool itself will he surrounded a Ion has mad the ground Fertile tor of excavation would be started within by a Woven wire flt a and there w la propaganda. A Day or so and that it probably j be a limited number Olgica trances and for changes in the Tariff Bill Sev i eral scores of such amendments have j Harding a Cabinet. Wilson would in been offered and All of those the a Are a <j0ubtedly have written the same sort i governor Preus for a conference to pressed for consideration by their 0f letters about Johnson that he did Morrow morning. Or White will sponsors must be voted upon before write about Jim Reed and various then return Here to open office the Senate recesses tomorrow night others Roosevelt under similar Cir j shipments order d first in order among them is one cum stances would undoubtedly have in a Telegram to governor Preus of senator has red. Republican of taken against anyone not wholly a today senator Frank b. Kellogg de Oklahoma proposing tariffs of 35 j a empathetic to leadership. There dared that 156,000 tons of Coal have with the View of concluding peace cents a Barre on crude Petroleum Are hard boiled persons who say that been allocated for Lake Michigan and two Pennsylvania associations of and 25 cents a barrel on fuel Oil i any president who wants to be sue Lake Superior port for this week operators were ask d to meet the similar rates were recommended to distil As a party Leader ought to do j he explained that til is is in Addi j Union chiefs in separate meetings on the House by the ways and mean this and must do a Tion to the 200,066 tons Given prior Friday one invitation went to the committee when the Tariff Bill a however that May be hardings try for the Northwest by the Federal Freeport thick vein operators Asso drafted More than a year ago but the notion of leadership does not include j fuel administration. An additional elation and the other to the Pitts House voted them out. Leaving Oil this sort of thing one of the fund j 406 too has been allocated for the Burgh Coal producers association. Their Way Back Home to seek to make peace with other employers. President John i Lewis of Tho miners who remained Here for a Day ? rest before entering the peace no co iat ions with Anthracite operators at Philadelphia tomorrow predicted that soft Coal operators generally would accent the agreement mad Here and held out Hope for an Early Quantity production. He also said he was hopeful of the result of the conference with the Anthracite operators who Medlov 13aa0a men. Call other met Tings District Union officials before leaving her for Home ent invitations for five in ring its of operators on the free list proved by the Mittee tire anti american however is frankly admitted would be Well under Way by the end exits which May be Cut Edi then the before Lianes election to the j we Etc or the for a to of next week Pool is not in use. There will of two by associated press Lea eel wire Jackson miss aug. 16.�?returns philippine House in 1920 he had been at the latest Farmer lawyer court clerk and Justice. He was Active in the popular Nacho nabs to party he is teacher strike a was a the sentiment a pvt the the women. The Cost of from isolated sections in the demo of in buildings erected Welch will contain funds no drawback locker rooms and Showe Baths. One a while its hot is the time to holding will be for the men and the this action was in it mental theories underlying Harding ? j Northwest for next week. Senate finance com nomination and election was that in i it Wilson the cracking of the lash troops sent Home up As it was called by the White House Columbus aug. 16.�?ohio a 1 Over the Senate had gone too far and Tiona guard troops sent to the Var that we should have a return to. Iou Ohio Coal Fields during the Coal j a a normalcy a in the relations of the strike were ordered returned to their branches of the government to each armoires and demobilized today by other As Well As in. Everything else. Governor Davis the troops will Start make position Plain their homeward movement today. I it is a consequence of Harding a principles and the peculiarly delicate j est of those principles involved in the Johnson Case that we have observed statements in a Washington new spa a nerve hich frequently reflect the second primary in Missouri May have to be called report railway strike do now a political prisoner in the j no drawback. It was asserted that tentative form. Provide for Mavin Senate next March Campaign Man Bombay presidency India. In conversations with different men the Campaign r strictly Community carers both candidates admit the Gandhi taught hindu follow of the City upwards of a $1,000 had j affair to which men and Warner Ere that refusing to buy from serve i had already been pledged without alike will be asked to contribute under or even recognize the existence any solicitation. Several schemes for either in Money material or Tabor of the English would make the Brit financing the Pool were offered and. It pc expected in this manner that a Ash position in India untenable much they were placed in the hands of a Large amount can be Cut off the total s Ustiy Community i rare is close and in the opinion of political observers a second primary i is Likely As the solution. Of Cour a it is open to anyone to make Bis own deductions the Peak of Harding ? administration the High Point of Pride in has career was the Washington conference and the More quickly than armed resistance. Feat fires Are. Danger in Northern Minnesota is less today. I or Ester Cox declares. Finance committee representing the three up a rimmed committee construction expenditure. It is be miss Belle Kearney of Flora was four Power treaty and Johnson of running far behind her two Oppon posed the confirmation of that treaty i j Harding Cabinet includes As its incomplete and unofficial return Premier. Charles e Hughes and it is from 74 of the 32 counties in the Only Short memory Back to 1916, state gave Stephen 45.01. Varda i Evhen Hughes was running for president. And when Johnson running for senator carried California by Oer 300.000 votes while Hughes lost the state and thereby loss the election. It is a reasonable inference that Hughe thought at the time and pro the president Harding expected to Send menage to Congress by Toa or Row it is said Man 4 4,620 Kearney 13.226. Jobbers charged with Tabacco Price Loi Washington to aug 16.�?while the Public awaited president Harding message to Congress in which a u in and in we h he is a clubs. With instructions to draw 1eved that when the Genera cot comprehensive working plan for tee i8sues a in for volunteers to do Diate submission to the general the rough excavating a the to d settee. Site that there will he More a Anis plans and specification for the ready for the work than j Pool were submitted at the meeting comm dated likewise the smooth last night by f j. Hensen City ening will be done mostly by volunteers Ginger. I is a Pete. And in this manner the i the Cost mrs Hensen estimated Cost of excavation which would run would be approximately $18,000. Theto approximately $900 will by Ved i Pool As decided upon is to be Saucer a Cave. # shape. 260 feet Long 162 feet wide i Aimers a ill help Washington d. C., aug. 16.�?the it will have a capacity of Between 60, arrangements Are also being made american tobacco company and the Date for president fall tire than National strike still were pinning too and 65.000 Gallons of water. The j to Start the a Etna collection of sub Chicago tobacco jobbers association300.000 votes below i own hard Hope to negotiation they began a greatest depth will be in the Center Ascriptions at placards will be has been cited to appear before the inc Cabinet Quot id ? also Hoover ter Day for a conference of the a Rik the southwestern interstate Opeil tors association including members in Missouri. Kansas. Oklahoma. Arkansas and Texas were asked to me a with the Union at Kansas City on tuesday. Illinois operators were invited to Chicago for the same Day while the Indiana operators association a solicited for a conference at True haute also on tuesday. Old wages Are continued Tho Genera agreement concluded her and adopted by the unions As a basis for supplemental agreements throughout Tho Coal Fields continues the old wages and working conditions including the Check off of Union dins to Anri i 192 3. And provides machinery for negotiating but j not arbitrating next years Seal. The agreement also Calls for a Tia Iona i convention of operators and miners j of the bituminous territory no j held Here next october 2 for selecting a fact finding commission to i investigate the Coal Industry. New policy i it outlined under the policy Laid Down by the i Union the District officials May Ron-1 elude peace with and soft Coal operator either As individuals or a associations. Whatever Success re Cults from this policy for resuming country chiefs of the employee unions continued May with their Baldy has t ceased to think that if plan for direct settlement of the rail Johnson were a Lovolo Republican he str Jvn the chiefs chairmen of the would not have let party s Condi train service brotherhoods not on i is fighter Golf w non Chi a r g e of a Well to a depth of 125 get. An i to donate the \3.iue of one Days complaint is a corporation consisting memory expected to be sent to Congress today a. 1�?T ,.,"s High Inch pipe would carry the water wages toward the construction of the of Chicago tobacco jobbers who Deal Johnson i it floppy although there was a possibility or the fire for the most part Are con to the Pool. And a pumping system i�1 interest of the school children in Large part of the products of the by a even though the adm Nistra Hardi a i fined to neat Beds and if a sufficient would keep water flowing at a rate i be enlisted and every school american tobacco company Mem ution is keeping its hand off Many Day whether the i re id in would v a gee number of men can be of that would change the water com Chi d in the City will be Given re hers of the association charged in 1 penetrating observer in Washington suggest any for o. A. On i r in plied will a Oon be put out. The new Plet Elv even three Davs pnv11ee of giving a fixed sum to ter cd into an agreement among them pro pretty confident that Johnson is mend legislation to d a of. A 1 Wilt 1 r Ward the Pool it is believed that the selves to f a a wholly Hipp. Although the situation was Aid to depend on do Relo ments today. Park is Ideal place to express determination to Tomov. Ork. Union officials pointed out to the full support of the Federal govern j Day of. Grave them facing the pro ment behind efforts to maintenance pm of dealing with the strikers of of railway operations throughout to e Gonnelly ille and other Central _ u if k y gift i a it Aci Pennsylvania Field which were without Union until the strike stared. Sixty thousand former non Union men. Officials said have enlisted in the Union ranks in these fit i and the unions plan contemplates the financing of the strike the re with the funds coming to the Union from a he workers Grung Back to the mines in oth a Fields Cabinet backs French Premier today baseball Point Abs it stand at London is fully supported at of Efting in Pari held within their own area an less High winds develop will not spread. Or Cox said. The forestry department is meeting v a difficulty in obtaining enough. To to Man the pumps my in other ways fight the peat fires. Additional pumps to use in fighting Leat ares have been sent to the fire Lone car time Coa body of state is revived the City alone limited letters will be and such agreements the complaint party generally really loves . American league blunders Pierre s d. Aug. 16�?South Dakota s War time organization for handling fuel was yesterday being called upon to function during the i present emergency. In a Eom Muni j cation to members of the former Dis a Rich and county committee. J. J. Murphy state fuel administrator asked that the old committees be reformed As far As the same personnel May be available. Or. Murphy emphasized the seriousness of fuel situation and declared that the cooperation of individuals and firm be earnestly solicited. Weather report South Dakota fair tonight and thursday slightly cooler in North a ast portion tonight. Dressed to the various farm Union of cals in the county and Farmers will be asked to Aid in the project. Cash j or labor will be solicited from them and it is expected that much of the i expense of hauling can be eliminated by donations from the country. It is the plan of the committee to prevail upon Concrete men to donate j a Day s labor As their share toward f the construction of the Pool. In this by associated press leased wire to m Krill i la it franc aug 16 a Bier of dead chief i dubious about . In Short. John i Detroit son must occasionally wonder who i new i orb in a political sense really does love j Billette and whom he can depend on in j Mays and Shang. Hi9 fortunes _ i i the present crisis of. Dublin. Ireland. Aug i Artur apr it of several reasons Why j Chicago manner it is believed that the Cost Griffith was buried today in Glasney Many penetrating observers in Wash Boston of laying the Concrete Bottom of the Vin cemetery where so Many famous Englon including Many individuals i Mack. Pool May be considerably reduced. It patriots lie. Alter impressive services i to really like personally Are and Chaplin is believed that practically every la Beautiful Cathedra of the in fairly confident that Johnson As he j Boring Man in the City will be willing Maculate Conception took the main to go a k to Califon first game to donate a Days time or a Days homage to t he memory of this Nia and fight for political life St Louis wage toward the Sonst Rution of the Preat figure in Ireland dramatic was not a wholly Happy Man. J Washington too to 0 ions during parliamentary recess Johnson and a Slot an official communique issued after the morning meeting Snider. Pre Mier made a Complete exposition of i a Aho 011 3 16 i the London negotiation and the Rea-.100 Aoa Oil 3 to who it was found impossible to a unanimous in too Ooi 22x 5 16 1 Hodge and Schalk Karr to agreement. The Cabinet said Pool. Gov. My Cray orders demp3ey-Brennan go in Indiana stopped struggle for emancipation was paid by crowds from All walks of life. J a Lap it ppm Many attended the column requiem Musil wily i d i i in r Vij High mass for the departed Leader. Rahway Strief thousands unable to gain admission Ini of Iai Iye i to the Cathedral stood in the streets. .620 606 to 7 13 i .110 Oia too 3 to 0 shocker and Severeid and Picinich. Gharrity. Approving attitude Anc declared itself entirely with in View place National league it of the reparations situation. Another session will take this afternoon. A o a c Dies strike new York n. Y. Aug 16�?a labor problem at first hand has be Aoi a i presented to the members of the St. Following As nearly As possible the Yan Buren. Ark. Aug .16.�?More car it �0fl Albans Golf club of Long Island by a and Tho cd is Caddie who hrs by associated press in cased wire service they could not see. The body 1 than one Hundred shots from pistol h or Aston reposed on a cat Falque before theand shotguns were fired by unknown in. A Tutu. Main altar directly under the dome j persons Over the roofs of the coaches Osborne Ana ran archbishop Berne of Dublin in full occupied by new employees of the mis Robes sat on a red brocaded throne Souri Pacific shops Here Early today. A Eiklor. To the left of the altar. On either i no one was injured according to j i ind Iiron. Why is this wrong the answer will be found among today a want ads what a a Blunder do you suggest to 600 too 111 Indianapolis. Ind. Aug. 16.�?gov so be of the celebrant were other dig i statements of United states Deputy it not to Arnoff. Tler Erncr Mccray today sent a letter to octane. A i marshals on guard at the Uhopa Only Uton and Schmidt. Gooch. The sheriff Laporte county instruct _ ing that under no circumstances j was the american counsel for manned a search Light on the roof of Cincinnati i 114 to to i to struck against the indignities of being compelled to pick weeds without compensation in the language a any of their spokesman big Day at Madison Madison s. A aug 16.�?the Sec America was represented by Mich. One shot was fired by Railroad Ond annual a Yankee Doodle Day. Al Francis Doyle of Philadelphia it was stated employ of the Road Phi. Adelphia. _ Jaa a a re. I Ora i nest of a a should he permit the Dempsey Bren Ger per casement at trial in the shops but no Trace of the persons Smith and Hen Nan fight to be held at Michigan City. London. Doing the shooting could be found. Hargrave .2co too 0 sponsored by the local Post n a fins Rixey and \ american legion a Bro Kyj than 1,500 visitors to tins City
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