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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - August 22, 1922, Mitchell, South Dakota
The evening Republican third edition vol. Xxxviii. Mitchell South Dakota tuesday August 22, 1922 number 276illinois Coal strike ends can Cut crime percent Enright tells How he would accomplish it new York police head outlines plans for International conference Congress gets ideas to \ mor Cammer draws str embodying flans of Gotham a commissioner Central -3ureau As a Clearing. House. For. Criminality. \ by Edward m. Thierry v. W York aug. 22�?Richard e i in it police commissioner of new a looms up As the Leader in the solution of one world problem which a o gets seem unlikely to hinder Quot to r a a the world unsafe for criminal 111 a i done to Export to Sec crime utterly banished a he says. Quot but i see a Way to Cut it. Down nov a cent in tire rom missioner Enright just Back from Europe where he converted the non. Authorities of six nations to his v told in an interview with Nea service the program he will Lay before a meeting of the National i oboe will really be in of. Rational in scope on sept. La. This is the program one National and International police cooperation on a systematic Jia an Quot entente cordiale in police a a two a Central underfed j in auspices As a Tiar g the identification of Criminate. I North Carolina guard ordered to Huit rail strike zone at Spencer labor unions see Wisdom in Compromise now convicts elude All pusses thought to be in Minnesota now by associated press erased wire Salisbury n. C., aug. 22�?the eight companies of North Carolina National guardsmen ordered to spen j _ cer near Here because of strike Dis j n i till i orders at Southern railway shops la amp oers incl Lilze i Lidil is were ordered removed today after j members of the train service brotherhoods had voted to remain Idle As Long As the troops were retained a Telephone message from Spencer received Here shortly before noon said. A of of habit pleased from of a or he automatic gathering Shonee of records fingerprint photographs. Tii Tofe broadcasting . H Fiott. Records. P it information up Ioda / or pants photographs Ual criminals to he a an Agency to combat Crim for i of yep Tab on move Inal anarchy to Nevi rents of reds. Rne Rig Entrance of Trinin los and anarchists. Ronnii hts All Over tile a crime is indeed country. New York alone major crime in it to 191tt is 20 per Cen conditions before abnormal in a on in America think the i found England has so there is a will the Law but of Continental v think some pay Amer Europe have More crime a a sting taken from prisons k a a fear an Quot Agency to keep Tab on movements Richard e. Enright. New police commissioner and some of the features of i s program for inter National Polise cooperation. Fires rapidly being placed under control menace in North Woods still exists however says forester w. T. Cox. Against them in present Railroad War stand to lose much by associated press leased wire Sioux Falls. S. D. Aug 22 a Elud ing the posses who yesterday morn j i ing wore thought to be Only a few min Quot p utes behind them the four convicts who escaped last thursday from the South Dakota Penitentiary Here were still at Large this morning. No Trace i of the men has be a found since they were seen passing through Beaver Creek. Minn. At 8 o clock monday morning unions probably would meet disaster if they fought to a finish St. Paul. Minn aug 22.�?although Forest rangers Are completely eating by Mark Sullivan National fat Lytic a1 correspondent of the Mitchell evening Republican and the new York evening Post Washington. D aug 2 copyright 1922 by the evening Republican and the new York evening Post i a As the cards lie at the moment the i Railroad unions Are headed for Dis j asteroid defeat in the present and a permanent set Back for the future i that will be the result if they tight i to a partial extent they can save themselves if they show Able Man j Union Leader blames engine for Gary wreck j. F. Mcgrath denies charges of s Bot Gfa proof bears i out i statement a miners agree to return at scale of 1922 settlement is based on same ground at that made last week in Cleveland conference Breaks up agreement is not yet Signet bet both sides la we of it Estep it in fact by associated press encased wire Chicago. 111., aug. 22�?an agreement to Settle the Illinois Coal strike i was reached this afternoon by the sub committee of Illinois operators and finers scale committee the Asj soc lated press Learned this afternoon. The settlement plan is simply a renewal of the 1922 wage contract which is in Accord with the recent j Cleveland agreement tor settlement of the nation wide Coal strike which began april i last. Chicago. Iti fishing fifteen or Twenty fires a Day. Gement and a determination to Coni the a real cause of the Michigan Cen with the by associated press leased wire i n3,lh"�?oglsv1il,t i f a Quot is1 Anc of declaring no a b in so net the i leaders in the a a a sub committee conference were trial wreck it Gary ind Early Sun i Cree 1 that the ratification of the r k. J. Agreement would not be Long delay was clearly an unfit locomotive. It Day and the immediate Ynen Aoe is being i Promise in their meeting removed new fires Ore springing up i Railroad executives. But fortunately Are put under control i a this is so Clear that i. Creates j characterising the Railroad s charges. By the Forest department fire fighting the Strong probability of a Compro j that Tho wreck was due to plotters k Crews before they spread to an alarm i Mise on the part of the unions. Be Heads of the Railroad unions with came. In quote Quot too Many Law is a joke less crime recall or rounded respect for Young runaway Yankee found sound asleep in garbage can ing degree. The menace in the North Woods still remains uncontrolled due to the unusual dryness. W. T. Cox state forester announced today upon his return from the fire zone. Woods tinder dry. Or. Cox said the Public must be warned As to the probable general conflagration which might develop if proper care is not Given the fire in the North Woods and if tourists campers and settlers not use More than Ordinary care with fires in that District. The Woods and grass lands Are in a precarious condition and if a going Home said of a hastily patched up exp,aaa,.on. A rents of Public feeling. That being i so. They Are reasonably sure to see the situation As it is and to Salvage j As much As is now possible by Means of Compromise. Public fooling Clear there was never any state of Public feeling throughout the country 1 More Clear than the one now report High wind should develop or. Cox i to Washington by returning Mem said fires might result which would i hers of Congress and through other be the worst in the history of the i channels. The Public judgment As state the creeks arid Wells Are dry j a result of having followed president and the Forest rangers Are finding it i Harding a extreme difficult to obtain water with which mediation and said the wreck did not differ a Par Ticle from wrecks reported each Day i from the verdict of the country Mcgrath s statement followed the. Verdict of the Coroner s jury which found that the engineers and firemen of the wrecked express came to their death Quot As a result of a plot to wreck the it also followed an announcement by states attorney crowed a office and Western states operators likewise today were expected to accept Tho Cleveland plan As a basis for settlement. The Cleveland settlement provided for renewal it the contract that expired March 31 last of be effective until March 31. 1923. With provision for a fact finding commission to investigate the Coal Industry. The commission s personnel to be approved by president Harding and the appointment of a sub committee at to combat the peat bog fires a to on Boulevard it avens Paris two slain by Bandit victim Paris France. Aug. 2 2�?when 14 year old Herman Jasper ran Way from his Home in Binghamton. N. Bound for a personally conducted sight seeing tour of Europe he did not visualize his journey As ending in a garbage can on the Boulevard Des italians in Paris. But that is where a policeman found him wrapped in peaceful slumber at four of clock this morning and now Herman is awaiting completion of arrangements to return him to Binghamton the adventurous youth crossed the Atlantic As 9 stowaway on the steamship Finland. He was discovered on the voyage and was detained at it More bombings in rail strike trainmen on Soi Thern railway walk cite wreck plots charged by associated press leased wire Chicago. Ii. Aug 22�?walkouts in Minneapolis Saloon keeper rat of frs consciousness and fires As robbers flee eloped out of those efforts is strongly Adverse to the strikers so much is this so that the same judgment goes far towards being Adverse even to president Harding himself. President Harding went so far in his exercise of patience and Toler Ance that he seriously endangered both his personal and political standing and the standing of his party. There was a time within the past few Days when even or. Harding s most ardent champions frankly acknowledged the state of Public opinion and big Union Quot idea had an apologetic attitude of being on the defensive. J the president was undoubtedly made aware of this by Many emis a Saries from the country and by Vari Otis channels through which the state St. Paul Minn. Aug 22.�?bush j Public feeling comes this pattern Lee a highwayman died Early today Tion. His own attitude however was firm in the position that he should Nutting the failure to discover sane Eft Orts towards Bocage plots in correspondent seized j a joint meeting of operators and the information i raids on the office of William z. I miners at Cleveland october 2. Next Foster Radical Leader and head of the to evolve methods of negotiating trades Union educational league j wage Scales in future. Federal investigators asserted fester had been under close surveillance Cleveland i an will be for a Long time and declared they i accepted in Southwest would have known if train wrecking Kansas City to aug. 22.�?just was to have played a part in the before opening of the conference Here a a one big Union program of Foster j today of the southwestern interstate and his followers Coal operators association the pres Foster s activities so far As Federal dents of three districts of the United and state investigators could learn 1 mine workers of the world. Harry have been confined to Bis efforts to n. Taylor president of the operators convert trades unionists to his a one the Prii broken Down a criminals Here no a a a so Ron aider Werp for deportation but escaped punishment in prison. A Quot n use is going to Brussels and thence Over it a sort of a the prison the French Frontier at Hirson he was again captured but once More shoved his elusiveness finally reaching Paris where he was waiting a Chance to visit the battlefields Herman s parents Are said to have offered $500 Reward for his Safe return Soth houses to push Coal Bill companion robbed the Saloon late j to endure some rather last night. A things both from the Railroad exe j the three had clubbed Nick bal cuties and from the Railroad strik. Lie. The proprietor rifled the Cash ers in the determination that Noth and were fleeing from the my should be left undone that might regaining con i Lead to successful mediation unpleasant ton easy and comfortable Reform of addicts have i u Why i advocate keeping Tab on released is Here no persecute them but to he a t to Are entitled to help and to pre vent the confirmed criminal it pm committing further crimes Quot nobody has More sympathy Tea have for the first offender. Many or rescued even after the second o Forse but after the third offence a my usually is a Crook for lit a for the reformed ones. Police of now York have done More for sex Crooks provided them helped More of them to go from wounds inflicted by a soft drink by trainmen on the Southern Radway i Saloon keeper who also shot to death put the last ounce of his prestige in resulting in tie uns or North Caro i another Bandit when the two with a to the balance and should be willing Lina. Bombings and beatings and wreck plots marked the nations strike situation today As the hour i Drew closer for new 1 Cace Nego Tiu i tons in new York tomorrow. I. Violence continued to flame up in place when buns. T hold on seniority scion Ness fired at the men. Five shots Ixx-un., worn int nun a. Taking effect. The third Bandit is the Issue now is whether a caped in an automobile. Ere. When they return to work to steel wages Are boosted told the associated press the Cleveland plan would undoubtedly be the basis for agreement in this Field legionaries play politics i Quot in steel takes i f. Add independents also Ghast 20. Percent p. Of. State officers to of picked tomorrow by. Review today Register jobs and. F _ Light than and the Harding would keep mine welfare leagues put Ogene. A Union agents of fact measure up in Congress j finding committee in explaining his program for a Central records Bureau Enright said Washington c., aug. 22�?while it would be entirely Independent of Senate labor committee was Tak a inv Federal secret service Agency and j eng the first formal action toward was not in and respect a step inward 1 creation of the Coal fact finding Comer advocacy of a Federal police rce Mission recommended by president senator William m. Cahier of new Harding the president let it be known Vork. He said had drawn a Bill pm Todd a that he was disposed to insist which probably will be Thath investigating body be made and various dynamite frustrate at Huntington w. Va., a second i attempt to dynamite a Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad Bridge was frus-1 rated when a track Walker fright i ened three men from the trestle. J the left a Box of dynamite and 4 0 j feet of fuse behind. San Bernardino Calif remained in1 a High state of excitement Over re i need outbreaks in the Atchison. To i Sefca and Santa be Yards. A striking electrician was killed and another i striker perhaps fatally wounded in a running fight with a negro waiter employed by the commissary inside by i Santa be enclosure. According to the police then Gro said he emptied a pistol at five men who followed him from the shop Gates. Situation critical Huron. S. A. Aug 22�?today�?Ts sessions of the fourth Annua state Pomfret hits administration by associated press a Cash daa ire new York. Aug 22�?the United state Ste i corporation today an i a Trik t flounced that the wage rate of Day j convention of the american legion shall 1 a or manufacturing plants i gave evidence of the tightening by be restored to their old seniority As would be merged Twenty percent delegation generals of lines about i i is i september i and that other rate i their various strongholds. Detach would be equitably adjusted i ments which had been deployed in Ohio senator. In keynote address says Tom Mon people Haye if they had not struck at Alt it 1 a fact that in every Railroad strike in history this Concession bus been made in the men at the end of a strike. Because of this repealed precedent. The Railroad unions hive come to think that they have so to speak a tented interest in this right to their accrued temerity. They talk of it to if it w or a a kind of Tanguie Tuung ilk a Ca Anre to their credit in the i ii k. Now. However that this question. Has been brought into the open. At-22�?charging Tention has been focussed on if both suffered Independent also at to Youngstown Ohio aug 22.�?.james forced a Campbell president of the Youngs town Sheet and tube company largest Independent steel company in the Youngstown District announced this afternoon that his concern would follow the Lead if the United states Suel corporation in increasing wages for Day labor 20 percent with proper adjustment for other classes of employees. Skirmishes for votes for various candidates for state offices were re no and new Cossack posts were Columbus. Of. Aug that the Republican administration at from Public and from thoughtful Washington had repudiated its Cam individuals. The result of this sex pain pledges of 1920 and that great j lamination of the question is to part of the legislation by the presentstr0y the argument the strikers make of the Midvale steel and ordinance Congress had been for the Benefit of for this right. They have an Inge j company late today announced tha the situation on the Southern rail big business rather than the Ordinary jobs and involved theory about it. \ the Midvale Mem would follow fhe up exclusively of impartial representatives of the Public without special House interstate Commerce commis a Sion. Working independently refused to strike from its tentative Bill a provision which would expressly pro Hibit membership on the commission by and person having any interest or connection with the Coal Industry. The House committee s Bill also was favourably reported after a number of changes were made from the form in which it originally was drafted by chairman Winslow As perfected it i provides for a commission of Nin j Metal ers while the measure drawn by the Senate committee specifies that i the membership shall be five in each i Bill the commission is provided with sweeping Powers of investigation of Dwight. N d., aug. 22.�?unable to Haynes is hit by congressman Maryland member asks removal of dry head on charge of Deer aiding u. S. Boding it. Introduced in Congress following the National police conference session. Within gradual reduction each representation for either mine open j permanent during the rail crisis. Enright says a until it should eventually pay tor itself in the help Given Federal agents alone. In fhe years crime could he reduced per i 90 per cent. Millions saved in pro Perth loss and deaths due to criminality which Are said Mohave 80. last year would a re 1 stared pm a Nolice authorities from Lon j re n re parts will attend the Ron a Ren Ltd Here. In Rasht a and probably also represent. Moves from Berlin. Vienna. Rome j Naples and Brussels. Central Bureau Clearing House Quot the proposed Central Bureau he red a would be strictly a Clearing a use. With no Field Force no control. 1 re jurisdiction. Faith foreign Coop r-.fi0n a Uran is of which i re Eph Ved while Over there it will become to Quot International Clearing House checking criminal anarchy through immigration control is one a the most important phases for r est of the crime of this Sou during p e last to years including the a All bombing in which 3 9 were i a two years ago. Has gone unpunished a. Quot commissioner Enright a Man of f r a Hulk with a shaggy head of 1 Quot or a Gray hair. Was promoted five k v is ago out of the ranks to the cd Mand of new York s 11.000 pour amen. A yes there is less crime generally he said a shut bad liquor is the ise of Many major crimes i can t a. I re a guess what prohibition s Street will be on criminality because a prohibition has not arrived h v can it. When As the Poi of a i Pular Magazine save. Half the Cut be Are against it to citizen. Senator Pom Rene delivering the keynote address at the democratic state convention Here today predicted a democratic Victory in no Way remained critical today As trainmen switchman and clerks called meetings to decide whether their walkout at Spencer should remain. J vein Ber. Actors or employees j numerous prosecutions of persons after March 4. Next there will still a Bill for a commission on which arrested for violating Federal i Juno he one democratic senator in Wash the president would be free to choose j tons restraining interference Withington from Ohio and More than half representatives of the operators min j Railroad operations were begun in of the House delegation from Ohio ers or the Public As he fib was various parts of the country. Will be democratic he said. Favourably reported by the Senate j 0 bitter criticism of the Republican committee. At the same time the to we a rec Tariff Bill which he termed a the i greatest piece of a pork barrel Legisla m1 Duale Folia tvs suit Philadelphia. A. Aug. 22�?officials but the theory does not stand up to i Lead of the ebbed states steel in the Light either of logic or of Public j proration and would Alvine the wag sentiment. Is of its Emp loves Ltd a september i. That is the reason Why in the out 1 of come of the present strike the in j by associated press leased a fre a Ashington. D Aug. 22.�?representative Hill Republican Mary-1 land today addressed a letter to Secretary Mellon requesting the immediate removal of Fedora prohibition Force the Money Safe after blowing a commissioner Hayne who or. Hill Hole through the Side of the vault of charged is engaged in defrauding the i Tion in the history of Congress.�?�. Formed the major part of the /ad-1 dress which also touched upon what Sena or Pomerene declared the com plate failure of the administration to enact constructive legislation. Re publican the taxation upon persons and businesses of smaller income and relieved wealthy persons and corporations i earning excess profits he declared. Stars of trackt8 be matched saturday ions Are sure to lose in one degree or another this right which they have successfully maintained in All previous strikes their theory is that in striking they not cease to be employees. But merely suspend work the theory upon which they stand can Only be justified logically on the Assumption that every strike must end favourably to the strikers. Harding emphasized Issue Berun refuses to pledge her forests As debts guarantee the first state Bank Early yesterday robbers escaped without loot although there was $2, Cash in the Safe. Blunders United states government in that he is using and causing to be used the official mail Franks of the Treasury department for the sending out of personal political propaganda in the i Quot ounce today interest of himself and his Assoc a announced today tons. The anti Saloon Berlin Germany. Aug. 2�?minister of finance Hermes was reported today to have left no doubt in yester theft this Issue was dragged into Days deliberations with members of open and made conspicuous by j reparations commission that the president hardings recommendation pledging of state forests on the left who Railroad executives that the Bink of the Rhine and state mines n Revenue legislation placed striking showmen should be Given the Ruhr District As guarantees for their old seniority and should be give the payment of German reparations. In preferred positions above the was impossible. Workers who had remained Loyal and o above the new workers the Public re i action to this proposal was Over j when mingle Adverse it was Adverse not Only to the proposal As such but was Adverse to president Harding for hadinmakfng8that proposal president i change in temperature i Harding went to the Point of serious Saratoga Springs. N aug. 22.�? by Impe Rilling his position. Some a special match race which will bring circumstances which accompanied i together Kai Sang whisk away bunt i the making of that proposal and ing and Pillory has been arranged by which would tend to explain and jus Richard t Wilson president of the i tiny it remain to he explained in the Saratoga association for the improve outcome it was an Effort towards ment of the Breed of horses it was mediation so extreme that it crystallized Public opinion in a judgment Adverse to the proposal. Of weather report i South Dakota l settled weather i tonight and wednesday pro Hahlo showers in West portion not much today baseball set up in local hotel lobbies. Review today \ National vice commander j. A. Mccormick came to the firing line this afternoon and from the convention platform hurled a barrage of legion heavy ammunition. He was assisted in directing the artillery fire by state commander Fred b Ray colonel Boyd Wales colonel w. T Moulton. Adjutant general William a. Hazle Captain William h. Beers and n. P Lafieur. Committee chairmen. Contributed their staccato machine gun reports. Following the afternoon engagement the entire Delegate army. Including the legion auxiliary forces. Began forming their lines to pass in review before or Mccormick. Lieutenant colonel Ray and the several thousand persons attracted to the line of March. Town is c crowded a number of refugees their usual billets being occupied by the Delegate army were compelled to go on to re her towns where they could obtain billets but Many of them Are being cared for in private Homes. In preparation for tomorrows engagement. Expected to be the heaviest in the present drive detachment commanders planned to keep sentinels on Post during the night. restored to rail clerks a and it system reaching agreement with employees it is Anno hard Coal peace still deadlocked the race will be at a mile and a Quarter each starter to carry 120 pounds. Three must Start or there will approximately 100,000,000 bushels be no race. A Good track is also one App a Vork of the conditions of the event. The of rain is exp event is scheduled for saturday. Every year. Tol stage seeking to avoid two boys hits barn kills girls Quot by associated press leased wire Hopland. ., aug. 22�?to avoid i a filing two Small children who had j it Jen hanging to the rear end of an f�?T3"omobile truck ahead of him. The Tver of a mail stage Here turned v heavy vehicle into the end of a j barn beside the Highway. The Barr Quot lived in and Manuel Rosseti. Aged who was playing inside with his. By sister. Emma and Angelina Chiessi. Was killed. The other child run suffered injuries for which they a expected to die. By associated press leased afire i Phi Adelphia. Pa., aug. 22�?the an a Thracie peace seeking committee entered another Day today with no sign of a break in the deadlock Between 1 representatives of the mine workers and those of the operators. The fifth 1 session of the conference was scheduled to begin at 3 p in. Reports from the hard Coal Fields indicated Active preparations were being made for a resumption of production mine Bosses superintendents and other workers who remained on the oils when the walkout began 1 have been put to work cleaning up1 runways in expectation of an Early settlement of the strike of executions ordered by associated press leaded wire Des Moines. La., aug 22.�?governor Kendall in a statement issued today. A a fixed 12 of clock noon on september Why is this wrong is As the hour and Date for the exe j the answer will be found among cution of Ira Pavey. And 12 of clock today a want ads. J noon on september for the execution j what a a Blunder you suggest of Eugene weeks. I now is the time to sell used cars this is the right time of the year to sell used cars and the right place to Tell the thousands of people in this Community about your car is in the want and columns of the Republican saturday want ads free with every two to five issues american league first game Detroit. 202 too la 8 la 0 Philadelphia. 200 too no 4 8 i Dausy and Basti Hasty and Perkins. A Rusty. Second game Detroit. 102 301 i Philadelphia .00n too j Pillette and Woodall Naylor. Ket j chum and Bruggy. First game Chicago too too 101 2 8 i Washington Oli 190 01x 4 to 0 Robertson Hodge and Schalk i Mogridge and Gharrity Cleveland .101 03 new York too too Uhle and of Neill. Bash Murray and Behan. St. Louis too 002 03 j Boston .003 too of shocker and Severeid. Pennock and Walters. J Chicago .0 Washington .0i Mack and Schalk France and Gharrity. National league new York. 303 of j Cincinnati. Oil 0 Mcquillan and Snyder Couch. I Keck and Hargrave. I Brooklyn. Too 03 Chicago. Too 20 Vance and Deberry. Aldridge. Of i borne and of Farrell. Philadelphia 012 too oo�?3 3 i Pittsburgh. 201 Ooi ox�?4 to 0 Meadows and Hemline Morrison and Mattox. By associated pro is teased afire Baltimore. Md., aug 22 a an agreement restoring a part of the three and four cents per hour Cut in the of Railroad clerks and orho is Atlon employees decreed by the United states Railroad labor boards was announced Here today for the Cia i of employees on the Baltimore a cd Ohio Railroad system the exact figures however. Could not be Learned it was announced that freight handlers under the to rms of the agreement were increased one cent a hour that Young clerks in the service received no increase and to at old clerks with seniority rights received an increase of two to three cents an hour sick leave and saturday afternoon half Holiday were restored to the men it was said. Guerilla warfare in Ireland resumed Dublin Ireland aug 22 a ambushes of Nasonal troops by Large binds of irregulars Are reported from different parts of the country today indicating abandonment to some extent at least of the plan of organized resistance in favor of a guerilla Campaign these Banig Are Well armed. A Large number of regulars recently taken prisoners escaped from str Anolar prison in count t by tunnelling a passage Way to to rear of the court House
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