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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - August 17, 1924, Mitchell, South Dakota
City edition vol xxxix a Mitchell s. My Ixmay aug just 17, 1925. Number 266 session nears end Abie s Irish Rose in i a open window and note from Cir Are Only sign of sweetheart to be found the ice Box is r aided Avn in of to the his Irett Motti for of is goop Omey i Ove in Tif is a Fose Roii Sci of Vuk a so tire Chicago. Ill aug1. It life at 15 i a momentous episode Parent can to understand. They dub the Bloom of Romance As a Pup n love and threaten the Rod and led without supper. Thus reasoned Hazel Mitchell. Is. Little scotch Irish girl Ahen a week a o her Mother and the boy s Mother fought to separate her from her 15-year-old-Sweet heart of jewish Faith. Today the scotch Irish and jewish Mother look resentfully at each f her across the Back porch. For Hazel and Joe Medeke the jewish boy have eloped an Abies Irish j Rose affair in real life. Of far starts Early the Mitchells Hae lived in the a Quot be where mrs. J sack the boy s a Mother is Landlady for three weeks. In was either a cause of a Puppy love j or love at first sight for the youngster 1, say both mothers or then again they May hav known each other before the Mil it cells moved to the apartment. In any event Joe was vamped Good and securely the second Day of Haze s residence there the affair was real life capital still Smoot favors Hopes to Avert heavy Cut in hard Coal War surtax charges Washington fail see any Mellon and congressional real reason in situation leaders Ca on Coolidge calling for strike a to discuss program no profit in in fact. Observers declare Botti it vers avd operators might Fose much 7�?-Offl-Ite a a be airman Green sats he Well Catt Hoese committee together in october Joe m Edy eke avd his a Irish Rose a Hazel Mitchell Joe would whistle up the stairway and Hazel would come tiptoeing Down she would Tell her Mother she was going Down to sit an hour with or sack. And while mrs sack drank in the affair of cupid on the Silver Sheet at a nearby picture show her son and scotch girl held hands and j autos kill 6 Over week end in Minnesota is vat victims in avd about Chicago number Pozen drownings Adi to death toll St the Little p r Rny red eternal let in the seclusion Persona a he sack apartment. Accident we thought we had it or sack said. A for a whole week it was peaceful. My son went his Way and the Mitchell girl went hers. Then i found my son writing a let j ie1 to Hazel i stopped it straight j off and hid the letter he had staged then i found a note which Haze left on the sewing machine for Joey ailed Haze out on the Potch and did her if sh6 did t of this non he and her Mother would Paul Minn. Aug it a amp a six is were killed in automobile to and four were drained in Minnesota last week compared to nine killed and seven drowned in the state the weeks previous. Minneapolis. St. Paul and Duluth victims totalled four of the states dead a Man was killed by an a i j to Mobile and a woman drowned in Minneapolis one is Quot was killed in a motor crash in Duluth and another la Follette to follow policies of Ute father steadily nearer with miners and operators badly at Odds this Hope is based largely on the premise that there is no outstanding economic Factor in the Anthracite Industry pushing toward a walkout at this time and the belief that the hard Coal negotiations Are being used to create a situation that might help the desperate plight of the United mine workers of America in the bituminous Fields. In Short neither the miners nor the mine operators in the Anthracite Industry stand to profit and both might lose on a strike unless a general strike in the bituminous Fields were precipitated at the same time. And that last might come if the unexpected happens and the present failure of the wage committees to get together continues u till a strike i3 on. Bituminous plight at the base a Good bit of what has been going on behind the scenes in the protracted Coal negotiations has come to Washington and As the picture is drawn a god pity you Auld Tennessee Pierre Man writes Peay i _ Nashville term. Aug. It of a j Praise from the highest to ridiculous is found in letters received by governor Peay on evolution from the United states and foreign countries. The governor opened to the associated press a mass of communicate a i ions Little of which he had read sight to get Early Start dealing with the action of the state i s a Radii legislature in passing the Butler Bill barring teaching of the theory of evolution from the Public schools and w Ith his approving it. Though a majority of the letters Are commend tory to the governor s action caustic criticisms Are contained. Excerpts from one of the letters in the file made Public by governor Pear included a Charles l. Hyde Pierre s d a do you honestly believe that the first woman was made from a rib taken from the Side of the first Man if so god pity you and Smith to help Fiman Settle Bank a affairs Coolidge told of proposals made thus far Belgium a agreement to proposals expected to come tuesday terms not disclosed detail of Progress by commission please Cal not in deadlock Plymouth it aug. It of a final in Washington p aug Quot Baldom still hones in Anthracite Coal action on a tax reduction Bill by the strike will be avoided although sap j hous tember i the strike de. Draws before the Christmas recess or soon thereafter was promised president Coolidge today by representative Tilton of Connecticut who will be the Republican floor Leader in the next session. Taking advantage of the visit Here of Secretary Mellon and senators moot who is chairman of the finance committee on the belgian problem the president went Over the tax reduction program with the representatives of the House Senate and Treasury. Secretary Mellon presented tentative estimates showing the effect on the Treasury of certain reductions and later or. Tilson predicted a Cut in the surtax to a maximum of 20 per cent or even 5 percent on the basis of Tho Treasury figures. Offers to definite plan while or. Mellon presented no definite scheme of tax reduction senator Smoot was of the As or. To Lynn on the Prospect of a heavy slash in the surtax rates which have a maximum of 40 per cent now. Was not prepared to Promise de action by the Senate but the he Cirive %. Us Lii by those following the situation close j conference was hopeful that if Thiv the troubles of the miners Union House cleared the measure by the in the soft Coal Fields Are largely at i first of the the Bottom of the situation. The Anthracite Fields Are prosperous and this goes for both miners and mine owner. There has been fairly steady employment and a Good i demand for All the output the Only Cloud in the sky being the steady encroachment of West Virginia bituminous Coal on certain Anthracite markets and the increased use of Oil As a fuel. A strike would encourage still fur by the ear a Bill could be enacted into Law before March 15 when the first payments of the new year due. Are Pierre s. D., aug. up a Fred r. Smith state superintendent of Hanks was appointed today by governor Gunderson to represent the interests of the state As a member of same on on depositors committee of Thna tonal rank of Commerce selected at a. Meeting of the depositors Here last tuesday. The other members of the committee Are Wilmer d. Nelson and judge j. H. Kates of the supreme i court. J the committee will Aid and advise in. F. Fiman. Receiver of the Bank in All matters relating to liquidation a of the Bank a assets and will keep Plymouth. It. Aug. 17�?-043 a a president Coolidge expects an agreement to he reached probably tomorrow on terms for refunding Belgium s debt to the United state. An official statement issued after the president had discussed the situation for two hours today with Secretary Mellon and Senath or Smoot of Utah said a final agreement was in sight and that no deadlock had developed. Tbs following statement in the presidents handwriting was Given to newspapermen at noon a Secretary Mellon and senator Smoot have reported to the president the details of the Washington conference. The Progress is satisfactory. No deadlock has developed the Secretary and senator came to inform the president of the proposals before making the final agreement. The conference will reconvene at 3 p. Rn., tuesday when it is expected a final agreement May be reached after which a full and Complete statement will be Given to the preachy the american commission. The Treasury Secretary and senator Smoot both members of the Ameri a a unformed As to the interests of Thelyn debt commission came Here to final statistics the actual Condi or it Fliton give the executive first hand information of the Treasury at the close of to Conn it a Tenn nth a suit inst Tut ton As to the negotiations temporary the last fiscal year june 3a. Are not. 1 available but on the basis of estimates belgian auction would have on revenues. He was f san in i stand that an appreciable Cut in the surtax rates which sense ? to move a a and then it happened put that dido. T end things an open window showed the route the clopers had taken. A letter from Hazel to her Mother bid re veil while Haze s Mothe Joes in c t her is optimistic 5he thinks Thev 3 re in the neigh to recod. Cause someone has been raiding Man met death by drowning at St. Paul. Reports indicate a decided trend toward More careful driving last week and saturday and sunday usually conspicuous because of the Boltin tem Day motor fatalities passed with but be the icebox. I the has run away one do Ash in the sate the remainder of the deaths were distributed Over the week there were three less motor deaths last week than the before Ani he j week previous do met Hini to her away. Of by because theft Ood f a a. Tho usually slips Back to be to eat a Jar mrs sack. Hacks Farewell vol Here is Hazel s Farewell note Mother Vul of other v Hove re Quot forgive me i am nearly Cut head do-1 t Quot worm. I. Re v a 11 taif rare or Hoo Aritz downstairs or sack a the note i wrote to Joe about please done to worry. I write i Haver t a cent a ill try to get work As soon and i a Quot la Send you Money care and keeping Mamma. I Dor t want you would never forgive me Send an Vona to look for me you have been so i a e taken adva Oufa r a i s a it Bdl drown likewise decreased the week ending aug 9, sever persons were drowned last week but four met death in the Waters. Chicago 111. Aug it up a dozen persons met death in automobile bathing and other accidents Over the n 6-v end in fhe Middle West. Four persons were killed and six injured in Nebraska accidents two the Jai Plattsmouth and one a Ach at pm j Omaha and Freemont. One Automo but 1 bile death was recorded at Chicago and two at Muskegon. Zylich one drowning occurred at Fox Lake near go crazy me but i . A j when t get tired of it a a a i May give myself up to people a the and adv i the v Purger generation your daughter. <5 three boys faint and plunge to death in abandoned mine As i i temp All these years. I Waukegan. Illa ten a Man fell out go. But i of a boat while fishing a woman was done to struck and killed by a train at Rocky Nav i Ford. Iii., an unidentified Man met an Good to death on Railroad tracks at Madison Quot age it i f and three youths plunged to ref it All i Beir <3eathe in an abandoned Coal such i wine near Pleasantville. La. Xiv at makes the week end automobile casual a at it is i brought the total for the entire v. Zit i week in la Middle Western states to 91 h a a follows Ohio 34 Indiana is Illi Nois 12 Texas 19 Missouri and Minnesota 6 each Kentucky i Iowa 2 Kansas and South Dakota i each Bob. Or. Goes into detail outliving platform up of which he will stand ther substitutions for Anthracite and apply on incomes of $12.a99 and Over Madison. Wis aug i top a to j both mine operators and miners re a would eventually bring in More reve Bert m Lafollette. Or. Candidate for a1 tee this. A the in drawing capital from the tax Fri the miners have not advanced in exempt Fields. A creased living costs As the reason for a this is the first conference the Mary for the unexpired term of t e j a Mand for a 1a per cent wage j president has had in which definite late senator Lafollette. Today pledged. A crease Thev have pointed Only to figures have j de by the state to establish a prefer j suspend Between the seckary Mellon presented tables i against the assets of the Bank i and american commissions in Wash showing the effect which certain re himself to continue his fathers Pelt the huge a profits made by Anthracite he has stared however he i mine could been presented to him. Will owners afford to and give insisted they the miners a cies. Or. La Follette said that he did i larger share both Aeres rot ask support by a us he Nas sen j a rms a in the pro re a of Anthracite Ator la Follette son asserting that j Coal would limit consumption and a at the same time relationship does. Turn More householders to soft Coal. Net disqualify me a he declared he Don t mind a strike scared a a free from any ideals or political in. A1 this is no background i for a strike and. As Washington gets a i am a candidate on the platform a the situation neither the Anthracite endorsed by the voters of Wisconsin mine operators nor toe miners really three years ago when Robert m. La want one naturally the operators Follette was a looted to his fourth i not Adverse to All the Shrike term in the i s. Senate. I i am i a a re a As it already has been used chosen to fill out the unexpired term retail deader a the excuse to boost prices 50 cents and More a Tan i shall do Al 4n my Power to fulfil the pledges and carry out the program outlined in that platform a Lea a mapping out of the tax a a due a lion Bill largely in the hands of the further House ways and mean committee. To Start work Early chairman Green expects to Cal i this committee together in october to Start a Ork on tax measures. If the by is ready by the opening of the new Congress in december repro tentative Tilson declared today he would a Voit immediate Rich of Way. This gig is Congress a much earlier i fart than a gained own years ago on the ask tax reduction Bill. It was not taken up until the opening of Congress in december and became Law a a it by a s the mine Union chief Are insist i c ,._i or Tilson. Who served on the wave. In St tenuous a it a. of 1 a or la fun a a s platform favored ajar mean a Rorr of of that inc Nebraska 4 $450.00 Pleasantville it 1�?o�?�? Cut is fainted and plunged to their deaths in a. Abandoned Coal mire on the Charles Hodgson farm near Here Jane saturday Eldon Koons. 12. Was Ove Rocino by Gas while climbing Down a ladder and Fel to his death his older brother. Milburn. 19. Summoned to the min by compar tractor for Sale at $150.00 and a 20-36 Case separator at a Wise policy of comprehensive conservation a of the nation s resources government operation of muscle Shoals repeal of the Esch Cummins Rall Rad act congressional action for the Relief of agriculture reduction to practically pre Var Levels of freight Raes in agricultural products and a the things that Farmers have to buy and reduction in Federal taxes through curtailment of the a eighty per Cen of government revenues now expended for past and future wars a the candidate also favored reduction of military forces to a strictly defensive basis full of Ament of the foreign debt Relief from taxation on income below $3,0�q. Repeal of Spe clan o a taxes a equitable a taxation of Crea estates investigation of the present activities of the Federal Trade commission and constitutional amendments for direct nomination and election of president and vice president. A a upon the principles which were i Lafollette so guide to Public service. I take my the statement concludes �?�1 shall not Compromise and i will not a Check off system under which the Union dues Are collected through the rate. Throughout the Anthracite Fields. However the Miner them mean committee dec Are a today a was doubtful of the i Prospect of eliminating All the mis i a Frasure i Cellaneous tax including those on i automobiles club dues a it a Uke a elves Are reported As not being keen at to is time Over this 0_ it had been expected when the i vac oozy a Quot to Tel a Quot to a a re i would be the usual demands and counter do mands and then both sides j or. Fiman said in a statement a some of the depositors Are under the impression that we Are allowing the stale s Cia in. To preference to go by default. As a matter of fact no preference ran be allowed except with the approval of the comptroller of the currency and upon the clearest showing As to the claims of the Tate or attorneys. Fuller and Rob a Insen. Have already appeared in the Case for me and the claim will be i fought to a finish. Rather than allow the state to obtain a Security or preference by consent. I had my attorneys commence action against the j More than a month ago to recall and recover to the Bank if possible. in value of Liberty Bonds held by the state As Deposit for Rural a red to funds. Whenever the state recovers in preference to other credit j ors it will be by decision of the United state court after a thorough con test a the action in question is one instituted by the Rural credits interim j investigating committee for a preferred claim Fob some $20fi.ue alleged to have been illegally deposited in the National Bank of Commerce by a m. Ewert former Rural credit in ton. Neither they nor the president would go beyond the statement issued to the press and the probable terms of the agreement were not disclosed. Would agree to continue for another two years the existing a Arr a a with some minor corrections of injustices in the wage scale. That still May happen but he re the bituminous troubles enter the situation. Exactly that amount of business was done by Albert f. Of Hagge of Chamberlain. He advertised a 10-20 Titan ions of Ildon also was overcome and for Lowed his brother in a fatal fall Down the do a red Shaft. Donald Hodgson. It. Was overcame and a so fell to his death in a futile a Emp to Rescue the of her boys. Of $300.00. He writes As follows a please Stop both of my ads. Is both Are sold now. And i thank you for such Good ser a vice. Two Little want ads bring in under advisement the aum of $450.00 Cash no wonder the readers of the re weather forecast Beath Dakota. Minnesota North Dakota. Neb Facka partly Cloudy to j night and tuesday not much change in temperature. Iowa partly Cloudy to night and tuesday possibly local Thunder showers not much change in temperature Joea temperature maximum and minimum temperatures As recorded by the official government thermometer from 7 a. In. Yesterday a a to. In. Today maximum 2. Minimum 5. At s a in today to precipitation inches reads Good. Honegger takes bankruptcy Case weather and roads 62 ? our fall he re p. Aug i top g. Gagger. Refer in bankruptcy a i under advisement arguments peek need this morning at a hearing to id whether Money due on the deed mortis re of the Huron cd Era Ive parking Plant should he Peid to the individual holders of n or to be Given to the trustee t a net a in a a a a a a a tar Watertown tempera urn at in to maximum minimum roads Good Aberdeen temperature at t a m 61 maximum 9s. Minimum 69 reads publican Are such Good Boos <1 f n j. 1 Sioux fall a temperature at 7 a. Ter Tor Republican want ads. M 7. Maximum a. Minimum 34 or. Of Hagge got results roads s of 1 ii Atl-4 i Pirret temperature at 7 a in. 67 without double ser ice. I hat maximum ?5 minimum 65 Trace of shows How Well a Ltd lican Kiln roads Good want ads do pull. .,?,tplrfi1ure tto a Ai. ,7. Maxim urn 36. Minimum 6 him blah in us a be a in. Roads a treat Here is something you have been looking for for a Long time. A High class Story of love and adventure by one of americans most popular writers. The evening Republican takes great pleasure in announcing the publication beginning wednesday in serial form of a the winds of Chance Quot by Rex Beach. The winds of Chance Quot is a thrilling tale of frenzied thousands who swept through Chilcoot pass at the beginning of the Gold Rush. It is adventurous reality in the epic Days that were lived at White horse. In Quot the winds of Chance Quot you will meet again Poleon Doret and another Man and four fascinatingly different girls. Watch for the opening instalment of this powerful novel of the far North. It will appear wednesday. It is something Yra it can to afford to miss and something once started you will watch for every Day. Move is on to pay officials of state More Border patrols to hold meeting in capital soon Sioux Falls s d aug. It a ass of a it Tiona a mend Merit. Providing substantial increase in the Valirie of constitutional officer of the state will by urged by the committee on Legal Reform of the South Dakota bar association in reporting to Tho Annua convention at Aberdeen wednesday and thursday to a of which consists of j r f Williamson acting chairman Alan rogue. M. A Brown and Willis Vav French proposes several reborn j trend talons for clarification of sex listing statutes it Oral a the Law a which created supreme court commis i sinners to Aid the High court in Dis a posing of the increased flow of work. The attorney general and circuit and supreme court judges Are included in the list of officer to which the j j proposed constitutional amendment would give increased salaries. fight extradition on Check charge St Paul. Minn. Aug it a Pic on j information received by police today from Deadwood. S a that so. L. Blather self styled rancher and cattle owner would not fight extradition. De Teeth a Martin Ewald left to bring to St. Paul to answer charges of passing fraudulent checks today baseball National league Philadelphia bpm Esq 02 Ney Tork 009 20 of Carlson and heroine Greenfield and Snyder. American league Detroit Oil too Chicago Coo too Holloway and Barber Blanken Hiu i so Falk. Washington. D c aug it a i suppression of smuggling along the 1 Canadian Border will be further discussed at a conference to be held shortly in. Washington. Re pro ser Tat ves of the United states Fand Canadian governments will Endeavor to agree on identical regu a Latsons to govern their respective agents along the Border the american delegation will be headed by assistant Secretary Andrews of the Treasury. The exact Date has not been determined. The regulations will be designed to make effective the terms of the treaty entered into june 6. Of Brussels Belgium. Aug. anger and bitterness continue to Mark the comments of the belgian press on the conference at Washington Between the american a debt funding commission and the belgian Mission. The optimistic tone of Semi official statements made in Brussels before the conference which encouraged the Hope that favourable conditions would he made for the payment of Belgium a debt to the United states is resented As having misled Public opinion. The nation beige a a it a that promises have been broken and that president Wilson s signature has become a scrap of paper. The Vin Tieme Siegle commenting on the suggestion of French newspapers that Belgium and franc form a United front for the solutions of their War debt problems says that everything must be tried to prevent Belgium being put under a financial guardianship a is threatened by the debt terms offered by the United states. This must be done the newspaper says without losing sight of the fact that special promises Wera made to Belgium in regard to relieve ing her War debt liabilities. The Midi says that americans Atli tude in regard to the debt question it cynical and that president Coolidge is in the hands of Wall Street. The Gazette recalling the speech of Secretary of the Treasury Mellon in which he referred to the necessity of respecting the integrity of International obligations Calls upon the belgian delegates at Washington to demand respect for the International obligations assumed by president Wilson in the name of the United states Farmers to sow 9,094,000 acres Mellon avd Smoot at Plymouth on belgian debt Plymouth it aug. It up a Secretary Mellon and senator Smoot cd Utah came to the Village of Plymouth today to discuss the belgian debt situation with president Coolidge. The two american commission members reached Here shortly before 19 a. Rn., and immediately went into conference with the president both the Secretary of the Treasury who ii Avn a chairman of the debt commission and fit wilful Una a a 5 senator Smoot carried portfolios con or inter by neat Rainyn a May a of a a or be Tia. J tons which have been in Progress in with the belgian Mission. Secretary Mellon and or. Smolt planned to return to Washington later in the Day. They will be bad in the capita to take part in the negotiations Between the american and belgian commission which will be resumed tomorrow. Washington d a. Aug i Quot a up it a a Washington the area to be sown to Winter wheat this summer based on reports of Farmers intentions to Plant As of aug i. Will be 4.a94.aft acres or 9 i per cent Mere than sown last August the department of agriculture announced today. Silo confessed Drinker of extract loses his Auto privilege Henry w. Speck route 2, Mitchell write that he sold i a a t. ,. Huron. S d. Aug 17.�?op a arvo a i 1632 silo through a want a Johnson who lives North of Sheffield and in the evening Republican. D a Mut �?opf"4 it a nx5, Aye i i a. I a i county jail and in addition will lie did not even need to use net be allowed to drive an Artemo the double service under bile in South Dakota or fear. John i it i son was arrested twice last week on which the and would have been j charges of intoxication the first time run Over free of charge if it receiving a Fine of Sia when he to. I pleaded guilty to drinking too much had not produced result. Vanilla extract. The second time he Republican want and Are a was Arres de he was driving an Auto Boon to the Farmers of South i dih a in Munich us Dakota a they sell anything i to driving a car while under the in Jara i fluence of liquor. This is the first on my place a time the new state Law has been in to Blank in this Issue a eke to Bee i county
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