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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - August 21, 1922, Mitchell, South Dakota
The evening Republican third edition vol. Xxxviii. Mitchell South Dakota monday August 21, 1922 number 275 Coal Bill framed British fliers ready for big Derby Bissing Teeth v v Cost Vardaman Senate place measure drawn sound Britain to be course race Climax of series of contests encouraged by the British government All planes eligible fryce is Mso to stage Reg m Ihal meeting at Yil Lesauvage soon by Mil ton Bronner London enc aug. 21 a Britain s or or daring flyers will compete sept. T n a 900-mile Aerial Derby for the be s aviation cup. The course of the race will be a f in Circle drawn around the inter a r of the British Isles. The Derby is the Climax of a series of a aces encouraged by the government with a View to keeping aviators a the game and tasting to the fullest of. their endurance and the re liability and Speed of various makes of machines. Attention of every european inter a Ted in flying is entered on the coming event. The circuit will include rimming a Leeds. Newcastle. Edinburgh. Glasgow. Manchester. Liverpool and Bristol. Start at Croydon competitor will be started from the big aerodrome at Croydon in a or Rda co with the proportion of their Handicap allotted for the first Section and will be timed from the Given it Cana to Start. At the end of the first Section the air planes will be housed for the night Between the controls Are spewed among those who Are having in re yes built and who will enter therm a it inst in wealthy men build yachts and a Amer them in. Races Are the Duke o Sutherland president of he air Teague Lieut. Col Frank Mcclean. Vie chairman of the Royal Aero club. And the Heads of nearly every air plane factory in great Britain. All typos planes to Ftp entries will include All the Host known types of British air planes ranging for re big twin engine machines to Little single seaters. It is tinned some of the big cities on toe f leered route will offer special prizes of the contestants some of the Best known fliers in Britain will Man the machines a. F. Muir will fir a to to Quot a hich is the property of the Duke o Sutherland and to h. Tames will race in a Dame. Tamos is the Holder n the British Speed record another bus air event of the year in i he on pert. 20 for Tho Deutsch do la Murthe cup at Vil Lesauvage or Franco. The distance is Iro Miles and the contest is open to All nations. The Ace will be the second of the second the cup is valued at 20.aoa France and there Are three prizes of 60.ooo a a a Anes for successive Winner the nip this year will not to awarded of cont to a competitor who makes an average Speed of at least 1? mile an hour France til Rice Winner the first Holder of the Eup was Emmanuel Belen in 1012. His . Snood was 8? 6 Miles an hour or 1012 Gilbert won it with a Speed 1a2 mile on hour. In 1020 Tho famous so i Lecointe won it his boing i a Miles an apr. Fence has thus won three times in Yoc session the Cemond Serin beefing tax to non Hen France Acar it Wen the Boner through George Kirsch on a Niou nor to it Eta a 20a-Horsepowor his Sno Liza his average sned was i t4 to tides an hour Tho Pood attained is therefore double what is was it a pre War lavs. So far As known no american i i at or has entered for this race. Fad Lecointe and Kirsch will prob it Bly both enter for France convicts still raws court Bra protecting aliens to be pushed by Senate and introduced by associated in re its leased wire Washington d. C of aug. 21 a an j i Effort today to have the Senate for j i eign relations committee take up the Bill of senator Kellogg. Republican in House today former member unable to Minnesota extending Federal Preterite in a Tion and jurisdiction of Federal make personal Campaign i courts to alien legislation recon can twin now belief 1 a Quot a up 1 president Harding in Bis Mck Stephens to win Pitter Esq e Mississippi a might have Reen Vuk tor could he have talked commission4 is provided to make thorough probe Industry address to Congress last week on the rail and Coal strike failed Lack of a quorum Many senators be to report in january log absent during the Senate recess _ until wednesday. Another meeting fact finding Rody or Gan 17-for the Bills consideration is to be cd along lines up go faster held wednesday by or. Harding Egan issues revived in Congress race John Stedronsky of Wagner opens c amp Man for election to Congress from first District course of the British 900-mile at Derby and three of its principal figures left. The Duke of Sutherland right Lieut. Col. Frank Mcclean above and j. H. James Britain a greatest air speedster. Special to the Republican Lake Andes. S. A. Aug 21.�?rapping the present state administration and speaking in favor of Wilson s by associated press leased wire Washington. D c., aug. 21�?a Hill to carry into effect president Harding s recommendation for a sweeping government investigation of the Coal Industry was introduced today by chairman Winslow of the House Commerce committee after a visit to the White House. Comm Tigon of nine the measure would create a com fusion of nine members to be known As the United states Coal commission tor the purpose of obtaining information regarding All questions and problems arising out of and connected with the Coal Industry. No members of Congress or any person who has any interest in or is connected with the Industry would be eligible to serve in the commission. The salary of France asks legion meet wires Down principles in National i the a a a affairs John Stedronsky of Wagner rate of $10 000 and a comm Mon on saturday evening opened his Cam a to a of to Var a for guarantee from germans Poincare says French will not agree to moratorium unless mines and forests Are Given As Security opens today As result of sunday storm bar be due. France aug 21.�? France will not consent to a moratorium of any character to Germany unless the German state mines of the Ruhr and the National fore a Are placed in Tho hands of the allies As a guarantee and no matter what happens France will not depart from this policy. Such was the position of the French government with regard to the reparations question As outlined this afternoon by Premier Poincare at the opening session of the general Council of the department of the Meuse. The Premier a speech had been awaited with great eagerness in Allied circles since it has been generally accepted that the definite and final position of France would a outlined in this address. The Premier disclaimed any desire on the part of Fiance to ruin Germany under the Quot Viise of a demand for productive guarantees. A the Day Germany recognizes loyally her obligations toward France and carries them out with Good Grace a declared m. Poincare. A we will not refuse to examine with her the Best methods of assuring the prompt and regular execution of the treaty of Britain agrees to meet to talk turkish problem London. Eng., aug. 2�?in a note to the French and italian governments the British government has agreed in principle to the holding of a conference at Venice Between the three Allied High commissioners at constantinople and representatives of Greece and Turkey it was announced today the suggestion originally was made by three High commissioners themselves and was endorsed by the italian government. The next step in this move to end the trouble in the near East will be the drafting of invitations to have greek and turkish governments Send envoys to such a conference. Bad Cross to hot. Chinese Stork victims reports at meeting Tody show Good growth in organization during past year by associated press wire Huron. S. Daug. 21.�?a Busy and prosperous year for the american legion and its auxiliaries in South Dakota was reviewed before the an % Nua convention Here today by state adjutant David Heffron. In his annual report of the legion s activities. The present membership in South Dakota totals 1 1.894, but it is hoped that by the end of 1922, the Peak of membership touched in 1921 with 14,242 men enrolled will again be reached. The work of the legion in obtaining employment for its members who were out of work. The establishment of la society Des 40 it 8, officially recognized As the playground of the legion of which there Are now 13 vultures in Routh Dakota reports of the business of the National and state conventions of the legion last year and the efforts of various in combating the fight of the in j chamber of Commerce against the adjusted compensation for sex service men which resulted in the Sioux Falls and Mitchell Chambers declaring for compensation and work in cooperation with the rehabilitation department of the Veteran s Bureau were among the subjects outlined in the lengthy report. One of the nos important undertakings of the South Dakota department of the legion during the past year was the Effort to have fort Meade turned Over to the veterans i Bureau for use As a Hospital for euro psychiatric patients. Through i congressman my Illiam Vav Illiamson. This subject was several times brought before Congress but due to the fact that the War department regards fort Meade As a strategic i Point this has not yet been done Borah demands roads and men Settle strike heavy Rains Between stick Ney and Plankinton Corn not damaged High wind at Lake Marlton s. In aug. 21.�?a violent Hind that accompanied the heavy rain smashed two automobiles moved a cottage on Lake Madison from its foundation. Slanted the big dance a Villon and blocked roads with Trees and other debris. No me was Hurt. Bad Mark Sullivan National political correspondent of the Mitchell evening Republican and the new York evening Post. Washington d Aug 21.�? copyright. 1922. By the Mitchell evening Republican and the new York evening Post a if you have enough equanimity to take off your hat to an extraordinary and potent personality no matter How much you disapprove the Man s intellectual processes then you must tribute to sex senator Janies k. Vardaman for the showing he made in the Mississippi primaries on tuesday. There can t be much doubt that if Vardaman had been in Good health he would have won. As it is he will now be one of two in the a run off primary. Can hardly win now in this second primary from the Way the situation lies it is probable _ Vardaman will a finally beaten but. A a Mph Quot a a Vidro Nikoof Wagner i Quot the of �?T1 a a it it a a and the commission to be Able to make such a showing1as he has against the formal opposition of sex president Wilson of John Sharp Williams of Harrison and of practically All the other leaders of j the state against the opposition one might almost say of the United Intel i licence of the state to be Able to do that is convincing proof of a colourful and pregnant personality. You May i not approve of a Man like that but j you re pretty sure to take notice of him the nature of the illness which pre i vented Vardaman from reaping the Reward that might have attended a personal Campaign was the occasion of Many of the rather Pun gently personal remarks that characterized the contest during the Campaign Vardaman remained in conspicuous retirement. Inasmuch As his remarkable capacity for rabble rousing oratory was formerly his chief Campaign asset this disposition to remain in seclusion was the subject of a Good Deal of speculation finally it got into the tire act took place. Specifically the Bill would make it pain for election on the democratic ticket As representative in Congress j from the first District of South dbl v a jibs Quot �1y we Ligate and ascertain facts in the primary issues i Coal Industry As to ownership of Coal in the opening Quot of ills address. Or. Irmo of Opal wages. Wage Stedronsky brought up issues which i no a. Ron a a a Quot i Dyment. Were fought Over Between governor distribution. Waste of Coal profits Mcmaster and George it. Egan in the realized by owners or operators of Spring primary Campaign condemning governor Mcmaster for the Mcdougall loan for keeping Hugh Allen in a position of Trust in the state and for the a expense Bill for members of the legislature. In discussing charges made against governor Mcmaster or. Stedronsky said Coal by the Persona or corporations having to do with the production. Distribution or Sale of Coal and any other material facts in connection with the Coal Industry generally and the organizations and persons connected with it. Report by january the commission would report to in discussing National issues president and Congress by Jan Stedronsky spoke against the Esch uary a 10?3 its findings of fact and Cummins Law the proposed ship sub make such recommendations As in i so do Bill and what he declared to la judgment would a promote Conine the present monopolistic control of to inuit of production and efficiency i the Grain Market i in mining and distribution and Rhain a a for Teague of nations Tan uninterrupted Movo nent of Coal the league of nations was heart in interstate of Demeroe and Shelly approved by or Stedronsky Andward interests of workers. Or Sioux Falls s. I aug. 21 a rain fell it morally Over the easter n t of South Dakota last night approaching the intensity of a cloudburst 4n some localities. Telegram and Telephone companies report considerable damage to their line from tire lightning and wind Tomt accompanied the a term. There Here no reports of Bai or extremely Strong Hinds. One Inch of rain fell in Sioux Falls and Vicinity within an hour and a half last night. Newspapers Ore of the new Orleans efforts to Bury i atom and the papers in a a a Patch Jackson. To be i Lea of nation Issue will million dollars will Only increase its strength. Discussing National farm legislation the speaker said financing the Farmer seems to be the favorite sport at Washington escaped prisoners now believed to be in Minnesota Clos Ely Foit owed by pursuers Washington d. O. Aug 21 a an appropriation of $19,000 from National funds of the american red Cross has been mad to assist work already j undertaken by its representatives in China in behalf of the victims of the i recent typhoon at Swaton. Chairman John Barton Payne announced today. The China Central committee representing All Erica re Gross chapters in China has been carrying on Relief operations among survivors. By associated press leased wire Sioux Falls. S. In. Aug. 2 a the four convicts who late last thursday afternoon escaped from the South Dakota Penitentiary Here passed through beader it reek. Minn., about 2� Milos East of Sioux Falls at h of clock this morning according to reports reaching Here. Tie men were heading i in with posses Inch be Pursuit. They were driving the f end which they stole from a j Arm near Humboldt s. Dearly Friday morning. They Are be i eyed to he unarmed. Mrs. Whitney Dies in Paris Refton. Mass., aug. 21 a airs. Belle Armstrong Whitney fashion expert and a former newspaper woman of this City is dead in Paris according to a cablegram received Here today. Mrs. Whitney was decorated by the French government for Hei work during the War. She was the widow of or. Charles a. Whitney of new York. Sioux Falls. S. Daug. 2 a Many j inflicting reports concerning the f re about of the four convicts who f caped from the Srote Penitentiary j a failed in to this morning to help a locating them and the men had not in captured. It was believed that posses were losing in on the escaped prisoners i Turner county sunday morning in the four convicts escaped and the Owasa was carried northward to Mon re a car following then there was a pc d to give up the Chase on account of running out of water. Two Farl oids of men were rushed out to pick up the Trail but they were unsuccessful. An attempt to Rob a store 18 Miles est of Sioux fails saturday morning i r be prison officials their Only clue j to the location of the men Satur j Day. Warden Jamieson of the Peni unti Arv expressed the View today that the men Are still in the Vicinity of it Cux Falls. It is believed they Are a rave ing at night and resting during the Day and that they May have sep med in order to More easily elude their pursuers. Blunders a. Cate Pih to does not breathe a a rough his Mouth but through nine pc sch Side of Iris body. Why is this wrong the answer will be found among today a want ads. What a a Blunder do you suggest senator Points out that Farmers Aat it j lose Hea Attar by further delay \ j by associated press leased a ire Washington d. Aug. 21�?declaring that the Railroad strike was becoming a a intolerable senator Borah. Republican Idaho chairman of the Senate labor committee. Today urged both sides in the strik5 to hasten a solution because of the losses in moving crops. Senator Borah in a Telegram to t. Dewitt Cuyler chairman of the association of. Railway executives and in a conference with b m Jewell Leader of the striking showmen an i a Wllliam Johnston president of the International Union of machinists asserted the crop losses through Lack of transportation were becoming serious. Jewel is a Cape us or. Jewell who with or. Johnston. Called on senator Borah at the latter s office was said to View the new a Ork negotiations As hopeful he and the machinists head it was said again presented to senator Borah reports As to deterioration of Railroad equipment. Senator Borah s Telegram to or. Cuyler the substance of which was repeated orally to or. Jewell. Follows a May i respectfully urge All who shall Convene on wednesday to consider ways of settling the strike that at this time throughout fruit and potato regions in the West there is a pronounced shortage of cars and an utter inability to move these perishable products to the Market / crops ready to move a thousands of cars of potatoes and fruit Are ready to move and the most serious and widespread loss and damage must soon follow. If Relief is not had at once and cars furnished the next Twenty Days will witness the ruin of hundreds of fruit and potato raisers who must lose their entire year s work to say nothing of the indirect loss to the people who ought to have these products these things Are doubtless familiar to you. But you will Pardon me in urging it again upon your attention. The situation is fast becoming intolerable and i Felt it my duty to accentuate these conditions to those who Are to be in attendance at the conference wind and rain joined forces late sunday afternoon in a Little skirmish that blew Down Corn blew Over newly harvested Grain shocks twisted Telephone pods and windmills. Made roads almost impassable and took out Many Telephone and Telegraph wires East West and North of Mitchell. The storm extended West to Pukwana and cast to Rock rapids la. In the territory served by the Mitchell line of the Chicago Milwaukee and St. Paul Railroad. Associated press wires were Down East of Sioux Falls this morning in account of the storm and Telephone lines West to Kimball and to several Points North of Mitchell were reported to be our this morning. The Nijma nature i cowers Black threatening Clouds which surrounded Mitchell on All sides Brot Only enough rain to make the Mercury Glide 24 degrees downward from the maximum temperature of 99 degrees within Only a few minutes bringing great Relief after ithe heavy heat of the Day. The maximum temperature for the Day was reached at 4 of clock and the storm broke about an hour and a half later. .26 inches rain the total precipitation for the Day was 26 of an Inch at Mitchell. Only .04 of an Inch fell during a Brief Shower in the morning while .22 came in a downpour about 5 30 p. In tire storm West of Mitchell was heaviest bet in Stickney and Plankinton. According to Peter Fixmer who was on the Road to Mitchell with the railway men s baseball team when the storm broke it was impossible to drive in the storm Ani the men were forced to wait in a farm Yard for an hour. My id Mills and Telephone pole were twisted., and some of the Coin in the Fields was blown Over or. Fixmer said. A a Leech even he tried i eliminating the Middle Man. Who slow measure. The senator today takes no part in producing or hand Salt would propos amendment to a few Davs heft re the primary said a lost his Teeth or. A Ardaman has not delivered a Public address during the Campaign i and it is now certain that he will not attempt to do so. He. Managers is i Sert that he is not in the Field because his false Teeth Are a Handicap to speaking. The opposition claims that physicians have warned him to avoid and form of excitement because of High blood pressure and that wholly aside from the loss of his Teeth and inability to get artificial Teeth to fit his lower jaw sati fact Gritl he could not make a in the same key was a remark in a speech made by s opponent Hubert d. Stephens. Stephens raid a i have always heretofore believed that Jim a Ardaman a a Trench Lay Nhis hair but now i have found it is in his considering Vardaman a capacity for Hydra syllable voc iteration when he was in the Senate there Are so Manv possibilities for humor in the Story of his present silence imposed upon him by inability to get a set of artificial Teeth adequate to his mesh Janis for vocalization or Vocab la Tion that one feels moved to pass the store on to the paragraph of the j National press and let them. So to 1 speak Chew on it. Harding favors army training for citizens president says persons should be i ave training annually be appointed for expenses of the commission. Borah Calls comic Pittee co in i Den to in with presentation of the Bill in the House chairman congressmen and senators Are Borah of the Senate labor committee with each other in Means to enable issued a Call for a meeting of his the dear Farmers to get into debt committee tomorrow to take up the but scheme to enable him to get out Oil d by arc few and l r Between Opportunity to borrow will not improve the Farmer s condition without the Opportunity to Market his products at a fair Price and without presidents recommendation for a Coal fact finding commission sen Ator Borah Hopes to get action on his own Bill which the president his approved in the main hut which differs in some respects from the we inline the crops on their was from suggestions by the i resident. I producer to consumer the principal one being a commission a Given the Means of meeting his of five members inst and of three obligations the Farmer can be Trust k senator Borah also plans to Elim de to care for his credit without Nat. As suggested by the president special assistance but give him prov Slon is original Bill require i credit without Means to nay and he on of the members to come from we soon become a j Coal Industry and another from n j the ranks of the Coal unions. The president it was said did not desire wreck. Claim radicals belief a de to Haye placed Dav Amite on track it and pulled spikes to have his Choice re strict a a a Bill to crate a Federal Coal corporation with a a to ving fund with Power to buy and so Coal and thus affect prics is said to be in the process of drafting a the department of comm re for transmission to the Senate and House interstate Commerce committees by associated press leased aah Fri h arding address is called unfair to labor by associated press leased aah ire Washington. D. Aug 21 a president Harding a address to Congress Chicago la. Aug. 21�?raiding to dealing with Industrial was Day of the office of the trades Union characterized in the Hong today by educational league to obtain Cor representative Huddelston. Demo Respondence and private papers Ferat. Alabama As a an unjust Una so William z. Foster. Head of the j and presumed statement again league one step in the invests j working in who had a used the gation today of the wrecking of strike the Only instrument known to Michigan Antral train at Gary ind., last night. Or Huddleston declared that Foster is said to be on of the working people Felt Thev had been Foremost Radical leaders in America dealt with a added that today. Detectives working under the the presidents up cd was calculated direction of states attorney Crane to a irritate thoth a Side and inmate the raid on his office. Slated that a eth Pereid it stay in in the wreck last night the in j eld the Constitution a the Alabama apr tentative told aah Ashington d. Aug. 2 a president Harding in an address Here to Ginger and fireman of the train were j Day to citizen soldiers from Camp kill a. Two Sticks of dynamic were the House that labor had been Chal Mead. My declared he favored military training for mor than on the tracks and it was that spikes had been pulled lightning hits barn of Thomas Smith at Kimball special to the Republican Kimball. R a. Aug. 21.�?lightning struck the barn belonging to Thomas Smith two Miles Southeast of Here during the storm Early sunday morning. The barn and its contents which included a great Quantity of newly harvested Grain and some farm in Zuments. Were d>3troyed. It is thought that or. Smith carried insurance on his barn. The Sharp lightning Flashe Between 5 and 6 a. In sunday were not accompanied tay rain. Light showers Al about 4 p in. Jenver Detroit flight in today found too j found too civilians annually not tor any Oyt of the rail to cause the wreck prospective aggressive warfare but of to preserve Pear. After reviewing the civilian troops j on the flips adjacent to the White House grounds the president called attention to the fact that 28.neo civilians were afforded training this summer compared with 11,000 last year. The president said the review had Given him new Confidence but added that there was not a thought n America for armed warfare. The nation being concerned Only in preserving Pace of the world. The president said by press leased wire Denver Colo. Aug. 21�?don Hogan. Denver aviator left the local flying Field Early this morning in an attempt to break the flying record Between Denver and Detroit before a need by the president who used a eth hous As a. Forum a in a colloquy with the Alabama member representative or a. Republican. Vermont said the strik might a settled a if there were less talk about it a and or. Huddleston replied that a this advice should have been Given the president before a Cam to More disorders flare up in Rahway strike by associated press leased wire Chicago. 111., aug. 21.�?disorders leaving Hogan said a expected to a i would not allow the Opportunity j attend a banquet in Detroit tonight to pa., without a word of Felicia j with Eddie risk Thackar. Martean r0n&Quot,n, to far exp a u i this Tion and congratulation. You have Aee j pending twice in it bsh a. By. Jany factories in Wisconsin May close because of fuel Lack afforded us this morning those who or in review and those who carried on the Relew a most impress and reassuring spectacle. Ai of Are citizens of a Republic wholly devoted to Cage. Peace there is not a thought in. America of armed warfare. There is not a design on the part of your country to carry on an armed Campaign to any direction. A you know modern soldiery is William a. Kimsey. Also of Denver the / couple planned to Stop at North four Chi is indicates that the will of trainmen and Chi-1 a Iriz _ Tion. Nice acc Timur s hostilities resulting from a Roux Between strikers and non Lioun Washington. D. C., aug 21.�?carl j makers occurred a Columbia s. C r. Gray president of the Union Pagan Bernardino Cal Denair Ani civic Railroad and Alfred p. Thorn. Point in the South at several general counsel of the association of paints troops a being held in Readi very different from that of Nar a a1 railway executives continued today see Fly pending troubles whish local auth history of the world. In Olden a series of conferences on the rail Trio cities Are unable to Centro times those who were in the proves strike situation with some officials of o Sion compensated those in the Pur-1 the government. A to by associated press leased wire Madison aah is aug. 19.�?utilities and industries in some Section of Avi Consin face a shut Down within two weeks unless Coal is made immediately available the state fuel committee wired senator Lenroot congressmen h. A Cooper and Florian Lampert and the Federal fuel administration today. A the situation is getting More desperate each Day a p. H. Pressentin. Secretary of the committee wired a Quick decisive action most be used to get Appeal was made to the Wisconsin congressional representatives to use their influence to get the Coal started to Lake Michigan towns. Suits of War. Our soldiering of today is solely for National defense and the preservation of that government under which we live. Sioux Faul Man makes 223 Yard Golf Hole in one today baseball changes delay Tariff Bill american league by associated pre�9 leaded wire Washington. D. Aug 21. So a numerous were the chances made in the administration Tariff Bill during its Stormy course through the Senate Detroit .010 2010 111 16 to Boston too 031 too 3 5 6 Johnson and Bassler. Collins Quot hat the experts and government Lerton. Quinn Russell and Chaplin. Printing offices working jointly and overtime were unable to get out a new print Over sunday with the result the sending of the measure to the Sioux Falls s. A. Aug. 21.�?marvin g. Dennis yesterday morning a d Perkins qualified for the a whole in one club Golf a most exclusive body when a made the sixth Hole on the municipal course. 223-Yards, in one stroke. Young Dennis is a member of the Minnehaha club of Sioux Falla. St. Louis too 300 0 Philadelphia. 500 010 i Davis. Kelp and Severeid. Heimach j House a delayed senator Mccumber of the ways and Means committee said today he r expected the reprinted Bill to be ready tomorrow for House action. In 4ha National league tomorrow for too 001�?1 7 i event he added it would a ,j2 Pittsburgh 300 010 olx�?5 la i j conference under a special a Jln Oeschger Mcnamara and Gowdy conferees then would work jul Hamilton and Gooch. I tomorrow or wednesday
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