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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - August 24, 1921, Mitchell, South Dakota
Be vol Xxxvii City edition a Mitchell s. D. Wednesday August 24, 1921 number 253 Cunt germans to sign final peace today 1tplsjo be customary for the prodigal son to return Home before Khz i ing the fatted ca1 a u. S. Commissioner at Berlin and German foreign minister to sign treaty details unannounced Tiblom at in in ions to Iii it est mid i on ruts r ii i since i i Kiu Auy w. Ii by Anne get Lair Ltd a Rny Eil wire Vienna a. In a the treaty of peace with the United states was signed at one of clock this afternoon. Berlin Germany Auk. 2 4.�?friendly relations Between the govern ments of Germany anti the United states which were interrupted on february 9, 1917, Ware to be re stored by the signature of the treaty of peace Between the two nations Here today. Arrangements for the event were completed yesterday anti it was decided that the chief figures in today ceremony would be Ellis Loring Dresel. United states com missioner Here and or. Frier Rich Rosen. Derma n foreign minister who would affix their signatures to the convention. Officials engaged i i framing the treaty and those who had been taken into their Confidence were reticent As to the details of the document. Immediate resumption of diplomatic relations Between Germany and the United states was to he provided for. Hut it was understood that mate is pertaining to commercial economic and financial affairs were to be settled in supplementary agreements. Of the for and if a to it to it Luhm Al. It lays it mis of in rom of Mitti i a Washington. Ilfe. Aug. Lmh lie. Tails of the peace treaty Between him United states and Germany were Laid before Republican members of the Senate foreign relations committee j by president Harding and Secretary Hughes at a conference held today at the White House. Senator Lodge of Massachusetts chairman of the foreign relations committee announced after the conference that he Woald Call a meeting of the committee for two of clock this afternoon at which time Sec i a a v v 1 retard Hughes would give mop de-1 tailed information of the treaty. No i mini i Ion terms of the treaty were said to have met with no Ion by roof the majority in a re eign relations commits declared that All Gay cordial approval. Senator Horah of Idaho one of the Quot Republican committee members. Gui not attend the conference. He explained to newspaper men that be had not declined the presidents invitation. But a was unable to attend on account of other senator Johnson of California who like senator Horah was an irreconcilable in the Light Over the treaty of Versailles also was absent from the conference. Til a senator has not been in Washington for several Days. Finish for ratification the president it was stated Hopes for ratification of the jct at an Early Date. It was explained however that be would not ask the Senate to forgo in thirty Day a Ltd a s. Set to begin tonight inasmuch As it was desired that the German Reich Stag and the Senate consider the treaty at the same time and the German legislative body does not Convene until september 20. Republican members of the Senate committee attending the Hoilier pm refused to discuss til terms of the treaty but it was Learned that it is a comparatively Short document. The official statement with reaped to the conf i Nee As made at the White House emphasized that the treaty was primarily a peace treaty and that its ratification would be Lowed by a treaty of Commerce Amity. An agreement it was stated brr been entered into with the German government not to make the Tex of the peace treaty Public until the signature of Ellis Loring Drexel. To american commissioner in in i Iii and or. Friedrich Rosen the German foreign minister have been affixed. This according to press dispatches from Berlin will take place today. The text of the treaty it was said then would be Wade Puglie simultaneously in Berlin and Washington. Senator Hitchcock of Nebraska ranking democratic member committee said after the that although he was 25 injured in train wreck in Colorado Congress to Start Joray recess tonight try a washed out Bridge near grand Junction sends train crashing into Creek the Engineer is killed a social i pre i in. A i wire Kingpin. I it. It aug. Kress was Pei Ted. Barring unforeseen developments to recess night for us i Days. I lot b the Settie and i Louse when they met today were confronted with a number of miscellaneous matters i which it was the aim of leaders to j dispose of before declaring a recess but it was indicated that if the slate was not wilted a lean the Long anticipated vacation would not be deferred. La fill com in s pm i Sun s is i la in coils Umihan Kment in on on fun grand Junction colo., aug. j a Engineer Douglas Armstrong of grand Junction was killed and acc passengers a re injured in a wreck a of Denver Ami Rio Grande westbound passenger train number one about by j Miles East of Here Early today a hording to word received Here. The train crashed into a Creek j where tin Bridge had been washed out by cloudburst which broke Over j this District last night advices said. Pour coaches the mall and baggage cars Day coach anti smoker piled Fop on their sides. It Only meager reports of the wreck have been received Here. Fireman Lincoln was severely injured. A Relief and wreck train 1ft grand Junction for the seen of til wreck this morning. Testimony on Grain rates continues Airship on test flight is blown up american officers on Board Are thought to have lost lives 44 of Crew Are killed ship bring to i my Ojst Al Foh i pc it Kai i late i trip \ Rosa at Antic i Asti in railways fat Rau s to Mill Canadian i ski and la my c la Ity Salt a it Eft pre wire Washington i. �?T., aug. 23.�? witnesses for Western Grain men to i fed before the inters at Commerce commission that Eastern railroads had reduced rates on Grain from Fhi Eago to Atlantic ports for Export in order to meet Competition from Canadian carriers which previously had effect by Wallington. I. F., aug. Twenty one americans were on i to it re the dirigible zr-2 when sin was ensued tis Lay during Lier final trial flight a res it to tin Navy de Martn Keiit from London said. Tin report filed at 7 110 o clock said at thai time there apm ared to in Only six survivors from Lite entire compte Livent. Hull eng., aug. 24.�?disaster overtook the giant dirigible zr-2 late this afternoon. Tile monster Airship exploded Over the River Humber Here falling into the Stream a mass of flames the explosion and fall bringing death to Many of the officers and men on Board among whom were d Radical reductions. Til bearings five american commissioned officers Are being Belli to determine whether and nearly a dozen other americans Domestic rates on Grain and Hay shall of lessor ranking in addition to the rail funding Bill opposed by Mcadoo he reduced. Tin Grain men introduced tile testimony. They Saivii. To combat impressions that the reductions on Export Grain would Benefit the Farmer and increase the amount of Grain exported. 7 1-2 a tilts reduction liver the objection of attorneys for the carriers their recent application for authority to reduce by seven and a half cents a Hundred regular British Crew. The number of fatalities has not yet been definitely ascertained but twelve bodies a said to have been recovered and it is believe that not less than ten on Board were a vied. I the disaster occurred while the zr-2 was on what was intended to be her final trial trip before being turned Over by her British builders to the United states Navy for her flight i ii Mill Bill in Toh Ifni la i. Of railroads s x x go i la \ Mim Sill old not i i null Oil holds \ \ o i her Killion Custer noway boosters from four states pour into Mitchell for meet Irish to reply to Peak move duping week a a Ashington Roval of t it funding the Sena Dis in. �?T., aug. 2 1 e administration s rain Bill. Recently reported interstate Commerce of a Tii Itee Wae a tossed by William u. Mcadoo in Noel i acct i of the railroads in i Lefter presented to the Senate today let it senator Stanley demo rat. Kentucky who re a nested or. Mcadoo views after the t. Omit tilted refused to hear him. The government is not a morally my legally bound Quot its stated by Lent Harding to fund Iii $�63,-h the railroads of the governor additions and betterment. Pounds Grain freight rates from across the Atlantic. Mississippi River territory to that tile Airship set out from Bowden Klut in was placed in the record Early yesterday was prevented by a it sail storm from Landing last night Ami a the proposal reduction is to meet was cruising about today making it Competition of la Ink and rail rates further tests before proceeding to from Chicago via Buffalo and tin re Lanm. In Norfolk where it was in georgian Bay ports. An extra Ordi tended to Moor her. A tile giant. By the unzip m r. A eth int my i ado a is in a to 1 King 5 t the Only ent Husia Battlefield cd from die boosters for Hie Custer Highway poured boo lit Evora direction this nor for disa up 1re Wittmann hot few moment autographed Bung Stre to Gay with Ribby into the i Only to e Router flaunting s anti Iii i if their Jovi 11 f their la Point Vav Fol a i tin of the conference not ready to ii thought make a definite decision a very favourably a a of the treaty so far As a a had been Given an Opportunity to study it. A from my present knowledge of the treaty a said senator Hitchcock a i do not see Why it should not be ratified of it a to Trig an d of til Pear a yellow ing the greetings and flu shrill Coho Custer Battlefield Highway Badger j by noon today hit men Ami women from out of town delegates to the second annual convention of that a Lister Battlefield Highway association and tin 24-piece boy scout band from Sheridan by. Bad registered at the Widmann hotel. Twenty of t b of registered were women. They represented towns in practically All parts of South Dakota particularly those along tin Highway. And from towns in Montana Wyoming and Iowa. Sheridan d Tih i Sheridan xvyo., a eth Duddy of til1 Highway a a alone sent a delegation of More than St men and women Arni pm Youthful musicians who have been furnishing entertainment in All the towns through which the 12-car caravan passed. These musicians the Sheridan boy scout band a taking a prominent part in the entertainment during the two Day convention Here. The Sheridan delegation arrived last night and was met at Xii. \ Ltd non by to group of Mitchell people who greeted the visitors and escorted them into the City. I or la Legates More convention delegates Are expected to arrive from the East late today a tomorrow for the second Days sessions. Sioux Falls will Smit fair sized representation tomorrow. Wyoming towns represented in Mitchell by noon today were a hey Enn Sheridan mundane Croft. Montana sent Dele Lewistown and Hardin. A Srouji from Hawarden the first to arrive from outside of this stat. Re Gist ration w Iii it it it was scarcely completed line of energetic and a form for the Parade. Of cars some of them a if you re Busy stay away from crowd a and All of them announcing by Means of High lettered Banner the town they represented Parade main Street. The elks Hall was the scene of the opening program of the convention. I a Fri of it of x i id and Gnu frs now xxx Ork ipg on x \ a ii to British to f i Oil is n Munt a tied at before Bor a Long proc Nii i addio to great unlit of 1 a i i v ered ii Bril that in Oil Siciu i a thursday lit is exp id Iii to aug 21.- the mph Aiu of terms for a Settle Irish question will but Premier Lloyd Igor get Nee in Downing sir or Friday mormon lilt t Uon timed on Page five plead a not Cuilty in circuit court today a Here. The delivery i is thought will precede tin proposed Public meeting of tin dad firearm. In preparation of the reply on which Karnoil de Ami tin others were working today while the Hail Eireann was taking a recess. The Cabinet has the Benefit of advice from Iii Iii Ntim in of tin Simi fein executive committee which is composed of somewhat older men than the average of tin dad membership. These men were participants in the conferences today Over the terms of the reply now being framed. Funding i by. a stripped tin is. What is a is that the ten years it roads of it pro veil Leafs .urn, count of a maim Enate the i Hooi with their Uncial a Csc As Ibex no in la w of Ted. Ii declared t have i to misled a statement a add provides Tor the the remaining m of confusing non Ossen Tiow proposed a a Sui government Shad wait $763,Odo,Odo Tii rail for betterment and Inland pay immediately to the railroads on a Tai is for alleged under a Etc Etera taking from for railroads involved varying degress of to ii Bonsib Dikty. Such securities in be Able to provide be nary volume of Grain has moved from Chicago via til Lake routes during tin present season As compared with previous seasons. A our petitioners do not i eel that i i a ext. Thu f a him it Reg Par a he Lathy. In this traffic particularly Fri View Oft the fact that at this time the volume of general tonnage moving is particularly cd b. Be rate expert for the Missouri Railroad commission introduced to fist is intending to show that Tho movement of Grain from Chicago via i lakes never had been More than 4, bushels it ran average of 14 percent in any previous june. But due to the Canadian rates i 4,161nut j bushels or 79 percent of tit total had been moved by Lake this year. T it operating fax a Isis while Daniel Kelly rate expert for the Southern Dakota Railroad commission was on the stand. Commissioner Potter asked whether the solution to the whole problem of High it rates would not he a reduction a operating ext rises and whether another w age i eduction of Railroad i workers could not i expected to be lied in lower freight rates. Or. A Kelly replied that both contribute. In All probability ii Tunny him to protect a to til May gov t i not a a i of Digat Ion states to til null imm pleas of a not guilty cd in circuit court tin mrs. Anna c. Fie inn it Harry Douglas. Henry Martin magus on while a him Scase was taken input and Theodore tides a of murderer was not Call mrs i Lei Nan and Carh a Wen enter Bemoon by Percy Curley. Kiester Ami Floyd Loroni timid or and Vise like a i leg -<1. Ai charged it Ach Wii not be Aden a in Cut at a this and Iii or til unit roads 3 yers. It is a quest Ion of poli. Should i a commie Ivo 11111 4 s Point Only Tor tin adoption of a polity tin administration my course take the responsibility should i a candid about it. Iii lie mind should not be confused niggling of figures manipulation a omits or securities or Guver men Tai today a baseball St Ion of Tegan the Patt of lend tin rail More for ten y Ami a a my Smit i. Of it it nubby of i Fig if 4 i i 5 i 14 i Nelly Kromann felony Ca sos the Cal a and Moil de with adultery. Grand Tor by a the criminal charge re Ains i Mug la and Magna on obtaining Money in Jer false pretences against a bin. A lid compounding against rooster. K tin t Ria is of tin criminal have not been arranged in Etta fir. The first civil Case to i brought up in this term of court was that of Arthur Gifford and Howard Ford co a genes against John toil Payne director of Railroad Case xviii probably not go to tin before tomorrow afternoon. Mother Jones to speak against martial Law French peasants. J Welcome u. S. Vets Jia Reston. Mother a me leu Der Anion this morning proximately 2 in Camp for Xiv. A. Aug. 24 Well known As a the mine left Here inf Marmet where a nun miners have been several Days As a pro to chateau Thierry try \ a so Miale Ltd press lease wire nation i first game Cincinnati. To fib too Philadelphia. Ooi Lei Nix Rixey. Flier Ami Wingo Ami Undine. First game Pittsburgh. To Ohi ooo�?2 new York 020 102 14x 10 Adams. Glazner and Schmidt and Smith. First game St. Louis. 200 002 000�?4 6 2 i Boot on. Loo Ooi Joo-3 to i j doake Ami Clemons Oeschger Morgan and Gibson Howdy. Second game Cincinnati. 022 too too Philadelphia. Olm 200 lox Markle Eller and Wick Ami baggy. Second game Pittsburgh. Moo too new York. Too ois Wingo my Fox a f original sit to As a More com if bar the jury chokes Bear to death Fortieth he has killed by associated press lenses wire Sault Ste. Marie mich., aug. 24 a oms s. Osborne former governor of Michigan and a Veteran big Ganu Hunter today Hail added his Fortieth hear to ids collection. Iii Beni was killed after a Twenty minute Battle in St. Mary s River off summer Horn on Duck former governor choked the Osborn Island. The it to death. Jiggs sags a judging from the Way the want ads Are growing people Are finding out that it pays to advertise in the republican1 test against tin Mantena tin i Law in the Mingo Field. Mother Jones was the men. Who have moved five Miles from the what was described Forta id local Ion. Persons who have been allowed to enter the Camp Deela Rcd that control seemed to rent in the hands of Coin mittens who were Active in seeing the it their orders were obeyed. Fond i supplies consisted of rations which Many of tim men brought with them. But if was known that purchases had been made in surrounding villages a lid in Iii Hest on. Of them a have a clearly defined program it has not been allowed to reach the Public. Mar rate no Thierry France aug. A. Aunty Coal a pipe american legion delegation found to address a i of. Coming Welcome today when their Camp returned to it chateau Thierry made fatuous by their feats of valor against tin germans in tin world families trudged Miles St. Louis the Ainer Cooper Snyder. Hic ago. Brooklyn. A la in under and Miller. Second game and Schmidt Douglas and 1 20 210 i Ort 0 12 2 i Art tort too i 6 i and Kiefer Schupp War. Entire to meet Tii train on which icons a of in eel. Too too _ i too >�n-2 it 21 Cus Asterley was taken to the mor Fetter and a Smith killing. Teary it added that Captain Swea. Till British officer who commanded and a Iowa it a i w it a a was unharmed. It is assumed Del Jill xxx �, r. I u that by Ahu us. In leu new York. Tenant Marcus la. Esterley american. Leveland a i radio officer of Washington d. Hoyt anti Behan t of is it am a dispatch to the in Ress associate in it not Neill. A from Hull slavs five men were saved Philadelphia. Omo Oft too it a in from t w of for a none Chicago. Too Ooi Ono i a american Ottie ers Washington. It is Harned that the american of do to it. -1 "1fi�r.s a tto Artl tile dirigible were Johnson Acosta. Schacht Ami i i it commander Louis la. Max Fiebel Wash Inich code Ami Woodal. Mington i. O. Lieutenant command boat on 1 or a a Alentine x. Biog of Bryan mawr St. Louis. A 0 a. Lieutenant commander Emery i Myers and Huel shocker Bayne roil of Marietta it. Lieutenant Marland Severeid. Cus la. Esterley. Washington d. C., Ltd a lieutenant w. Vav. White Clearwater Boxer sirt Dos Uia. And lieutenant Charles g. Lit l ttys a a i ii a in a Row xxx or to. Newburyport mass. I Hutchinson Kas. Aug. 24.�? Morris it was while the zk-2 was cruising Copenhaver 21 years old. A Light Over Hull that sin was seen to a merge weight Boxer known As Sailor Mer from the loud is anti suddenly break Ris died Here last night from drink in tvo. One portion appeared to Rise Poison. Tit Coroner reported it i suicide Case. London. Eng., aug. 24. Airship zk-2. Purchased cd status from Leat Britain exploded a or the City of Hill today according to advices received Here shortly after 6 of Dirr jul jaw Tux its test flight before a contemplated trip across the Atlantic. The Airship is a wreck in the River number and it is feared there was some loss of life. The Airship a As passing Over Hull in Fine style when suddenly it was seen to break in tvo. Instantly there were to Riffle explosions and the Airship burst into Haines and commenced to descend. Three parachutes Xiv re seen to have the zr-2. Thousands of the people of Hull witnessed tile disaster Xiv High occurred at 5 40 of clock. As the explosion occurred they dashed panic stricken in All directions for fear of boing enveloped by til wreckage Xiv High fell just Over the in to Fri pier. Two dead Texo dead Ami a number of injured Wen landed from the River Lind conveyed to the Hull infirmary. Burning fragments of tile Airship belched dense columns of smoke and flames which extended for hundreds of feet along tile surface of the water. It was Saki at least four men descended from Hie burning pairs lip by parachutes. Three men were seen hanging from one Parachute j tile explosions in the big dirigible 1 were of such fore As to wreck Many of the windows of store fonts in Hubbell Tai. Center of Hull. A message from Hull received shortly before 7 p. In. Said the airships Captain had been rescued. Juopp bodies the message said had Boeh recovered. Fexy americans on Board Washington. D. �?T., aug. 24.-e-Navy department officials on being informed of tin explosion of the dirigible zr-2 through press dispatches expressed the opinion that not More than seven or a dozen americans were aboard tile big Craft. Tugs and other Craft of All kind put off from tile Shore for fescue work immediately tile disaster wan witnessed. Simultaneously a corps of ambulances dashed to the pier and took injured members of the Crew to the infirmary As they were landed. Six survivors it is known that at least six survivors have been picked up one of them with a broken leg and one severely burned. A Hull message announces that the badly burned body of a Ensign mar 4 to 2 6 la i Sedge it re 7 12 2ort-3 s to 200-2 7 2 filling i i weather report i Orff is Smith Dakota somewhat in Ettl thursday Warnor portions thursday. A artly Cloudy and a ii tonight and Xiv St Ami Central local temperatures a plane climbs to four mile height by til t Lier Roinel c tuesday 3 p. In. S3 Ltd p. La. Us 9 p. In. 70 12 p. In. 68 Republica ii recording wednesday 3 a. In. 6 a. In. I a. In. 12 in. 66 69 7s 84 Montevideo. Aug. 24.�?ga of a in Lair Borges a military aviator yesterday made what is claimed to be the american Altitude record for nit air plane carrying two passenger. His machine Rose to a by 22,00v height feet. Of approximate Maxim urn minimum by the i Muir to noon today. Maximum 83 i ii Mitten 62 noon today 3 p. 88 in. 88 p. In. Today _ in. Toddy 69. A. Official government ther froth noon yesterday to mar was continued on Page 2
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