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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - August 27, 1921, Mitchell, South Dakota
To pages the evening Republican >1 a a edition vol xxxv Mitchell s. D. Saturday August 27, 1921 resume Trade with Germany immediately to negotiate commercial treaties and re establish consular service no Way at All to smoke a peace pipe germans satisfied comm Kiu i i. Inti lists we nor w it roil ii i n ii o Ion Oil Thi x i x Ltd \ i Rex i Quot or i Berlin Germany aug. A amen can and German Busine. Firms resume peace time a it Lia Fioris in lately without waiting for ratification of the treaty signed bore on thursday it is Saivii in Well informed Industrial circles of Tbs City. It is an that commercial treaties will be negotiated and that consular services will be a const Rue i cd within to Brief Jeriod. The establishment of credit Loans j a my preparations to ship into the american Market surplus products of Genoa to it such As newsprint paper occupy the attention of Industrial leaders Bere. Satisfaction Over tin simple in and St might forwardness it f the american treaty is generally express i of in commercial circles where belief j is expressed that Tho same Quot reasonableness will characterize tin unit cd states in later negotiations Quot Germany had slight reason to sex peat anything from America and heme. We fared better than we declared a commercial Lead i to yesterday. Ii i of n mum in it no i i la to us in constantinople Turkey aug. 27 a resumption of diplomatic relations with flu i United states is being by the turkish government Here. It is necessary for if to make a formal demand to this effect As it severed diplomatic a i it i a with America in 1917. Ray elected legion chief x we ton xxx is x g Xiv Sumi Tui to in Xii Soith Mikota Suh ski min Irish warned against delay in settlement nation not to be allowed to withdraw from British Empire truce still holds la Giorgis. Sis needless i Hou Inis Xii in or Nuoci i i i ions xxx null Ell Anc ii i it i Kui Hom lit a my ii it Titi la Row i Rny Al wire London eng. Tip. If 7.�?Ireland cannot be permitted to withdraw front the British Empire. This is the outstanding feature of the note sent to Mauldin yesterday by prime minister Lloyd George following consideration j by the Cabinet of the whole Irish sit a nation. Or. Lloyd George declared he would be Gad to continue Neotia Lions with Lamont de , but i warned the Irish leaders that a needless prolongation of flu conversations i might wreck tin Chance of an agree punt and terminate the truce. Newspapers today generally approved of the Prim ministers reply an sex pre a sited a itis factoid that or. Lloyd George and declared it was willing i to continue negotiations. I a�i"4� members of Irish parliament met sat the mansion House in Dublin today to consider the situation which Bas cd a loped from the firm stand of prime minister Lloyd George relative to a settlement of tin Irish controversy. I the message from the Prim minister arrived Lier last night and its intimation that the British government would not consider any unreasonable 1 Lay in continuing negotiations Caus i a Al soon apprehension among the peo ply. Leaders of the Hail Eireann and i members of the Cabinet of a Antonn de Valera appeared however not to consider that the situation had become any More delicate than it had been since the exchanges began. Raises two crops on same soil this year Pierre. S. I aug. 27�?.1. In brim Mer of East Pierre has demonstrated the wonderful growing qualities of this soil this summer by raising two crops on the i me Hind. Or. Brimmer sowed Oats Early in the Spring which to harvested in july afterwards planting on the same ground Sweet Corn which is now in Tass in. Or. Brimmer is an experienced Farmer hut says lie never saw better land than this. Miners flock to comrades Aid in Mingo number 256 uprising India brings riot and death mob of 2,000 natives attack town but is dispersed with machine guns europeans Are killed of i Cix. St a Tami it shows Iii it can Hill a tvs la Blu a a Ahu Signi ors body gig Arm Al Mun Noh i la to Knud k Durity Sii ubi i i s i Hom Hylls a a elate a a Presa mire Welch Xiv. Va., aug 2 7 a Sherif Xiv. U Hatfield. Of Mcdowell county today received word from sheriff Don Chaflin of county that Advance of armed men on Logan county had been renewed. The Logan county sheriff request Cal that men be rushed to assistance at once and sheriff Hatfield with deputies left Here in automobiles at once. They Are expected at the scene of the trouble late today. Harleston Vav. Va., aug 27.�?charles k. Keeney United min workers Leader and the Vanguard of miners marching from Marmet to Mingo by a elate Presa . It ire Madras. India. Aug. 27.�?the Malabar District of British India has been proclaimed a military area. London eng. Aug. 27.�?conditions in the disturbed districts South of Calicut British India Are shown icy be of Eon Alembic Gravity in an official statement issued at the India office her. Tills statement based on a Telegram from Madras filed Early Friday states that a mob of 2.but attacked the police in the town of prior and later clashed with the Leinster platoon which dispersed the rioters with machine guns. Lieutenants Rowley and Johnson been me separated from their troops Arni were killed. Their bodies terribly mutilated were j Lien t by recovered. Trig the Cruiser canopus arrived at Calicut yesterday and the situation in that City is said to be quiet. Further South and East however there have been a number of serious fights. A detachment of solders at a la a rum. Which Keeney turned Hack at mad j 35 Quot tiles Southeast of Calicut has been thy 4 a a of fell prawn ratted xxi rapid City. Car it. Aug. 2 7.�?-Fred at. Bay of Yankton was a. Stefl commander of lie South Dakota Branch of the american legion Here late yesterday. Arrest wealthy Ohio manufacturer in mail fraud $25,090 Bonds in a pre i Cal a a Al mire Canton. Of aug. 27.�?zebulon xxi it Avis. Wealthy Canton and Cleveland Harding policies Triumph in car mi1rdfr of Congress during past week 1 Ortu Mimi la Mantua or a Arr Day by Deputy United d. J. Connor Cut a Ltd the mails to defraud with the financial a a St her a it states marshal Large of using in connection operations of Charles Vav. French of Chicago Davie was released on $25,000 Bond for appearance in the Federal court in t i ago. Old demonstrations against High prices by a Hoe Fate Ltd pre lense. Mire Berlin Germany. Aug. 27 i it Oast rat ions in Munich against prices and alleged reactionary methods of the bavarian authorities participated in last night by to Ooi people Are announced in message from Munich today Trio Man a kill and one wounded in the process of dispersing the Demon craters. Which was effected by the police and soldiers without serious trouble the demonstration is described As being aimed in particular at Premier by m Elk is i National Polit. J a it r of in int of the Republican. I a Abington d. C. Aug 27�?president Harding has had a very Good week. If he should take the recess of Congress As a Milestone and reflect of i the trend of events As they affect official fortunes he would undoubted by feel that things have Quot broken for handsomely within a single week Congress has put the finishing touches on a considerable programme of important legislation. Pear with Germany a come into sight. Great Britain has sent her formal reply to the invitation for a disarmament conference the shipping Hoard has been Given the appropriation which will make it possible to clean up the worst mess that the president has on i hands and a score of less important Steps have been taken towards lug la Iii of Rte in re met that a set the to Cantil Diate a t own re rat lo4fke ingress Hill. It my r hearts tis the p that the it Ness to t Ion the of result million f fiends that it after they audition would in the faille of a. The soc Aile i is easy to Gat bar j a 1 mini it ration have j i strongly on this longest single in my s mild now he taken i int of Normal Blini a t he i United states spokesmen of the admin Strant up repeatedly predicted that a a age of this me sure would in the employment of fully a men now out of work. Theft of the Hill Hope and predict t will be passed immediately the reassembling if Congress believe that when senators a yid Lead to strife by i ii i it inti Al to ill u i i i x i i d ass a san of do Max sums i ult of Fin Oncu k Congo exam Corn min it in the degree j will he willing wards cure. If this were Landen troche of the a meeting of Clay de noun thins Hryb a it. To the Berle London tim return to their variant Don by cd by a and become aware of i a oar or of unemployment the the people Quot to take this step to in that Quot return to normalcy to which of conf president Harding dedicated himself j had not a during Campaign. A i quest ions of i record of to it German peace the German treaty in a multitude a it Way. Will make a dbl in a Steps towards Normal peace tune conditions including the greater facilitating of Trade with Germany. A and including also. It is generally 1 presumed and hoped Iii Washington the consideration of amnesty for prisoner under punishment for breach of wartime espionage act. And the ending of other War time restrictions no harassment. Avoid est x or Siville i Bambi to connection with the German a treaty not the least of Harding a satisfaction must be in the feet that an Ordinary secs Ion and in everything else i overshadowed by the taxation and Tariff the four and is half months just close would be regarded As a reasonably Good one. Copyright 1921 i the Mirde Antii Sej to Pees for plan nation labor party mox-1 St x Lur in Tox Xii run. Vim it poll it i. I. orc Wiz a to Lonska or and chief of police Poehner. Has a a needed in avoiding what when first news that the Demon of a hair Elf a it on tim feared might St ration was brewing reached berlin110 avoidable namely fear was expressed that the Bavar son of portions of in government fared a serious Crl v a he 8nate, Sis As the Radical partic a arc Welt organized and reported to be in a1 determined mom. The authorities had forbidden the demonstration. I to Berlin 7,000 workmen organized a procession yesterday and marched to Brandenburg where form r War minister von St in had been announced to speak Der the auspices of the nationalist sex soldiers association. The work ing men occupied the building in which the speech was to have been delivered and general von Stein left Brandenburg without delivering address. Oth submission or portions Ltd the Versailles treaty to the Senate with All the blazing up of old Senate Ranfors which that would Auvy entailed. F mining the same week events a re j the United i n. Y. Communists enter municipal politics happening outside of states an beyond the control of president Harding hut vital in their effects on our return to Normal peace time candid ions. Everybody believes in a Bat the admission of the american expedition to Russia reflect a political condition in that country which forecasts a return to Normal ultimately the opening of that country to peace time cond it inns of Trade. Equal optimism Marks the current i belief about events now coming to a head in Ireland. Bail Bill Lichi up i probably the chief Fly in the ointment of any review president hard City Lomi Rinzol by mire Atlantic pity x a. Aug. 27.�? plans a for a nut Ion wide Campaign to elect in Mobery of the House of representatives favourable it labor were being made at today s session a of thex Yeutive Council of the american federation of Libor. The i mined is planning to form a permanent non partisan political organization to function in All to Al stat and National elections. State federations Aud local Central bodies will organize committee to cooperate with in it Central committee at Washington. The i on be ii today also had before it a Large number of subjects to he in Vest Ign Ted including the practicability of producing Ami exhibiting motion pictures by the federation through its own studios and theatres. The Council i no was considering ways Aud Means o Festal tailing a Chain of daily newspaper.,. By associated pre Xiv re new York City aug. 27-�? a of a nudists in new York plan to enter their first political Campaign this fall with a municipal ticket under the name of the workers league of greater new York. Candidates were selected at a convention attended by several Hundred radicals last week. Benjamin Gitlow former assemblyman recently convicted of criminal anarchy was nominated for mayor by Mother and candidacy unanimously approved by the convention. Due woman was placed on tile ticket or. Rose pastor Stokes of or Borough Presl Lent of Manhattan. Jiggs sags i must be an attractive Guy. Look above my head on the want and Page and see All the folks who want to appear on i he same Page with me. Aug. 2.�? president German Reich Stag a the party Leaden frill the murder of a r. A said. According correspondent of tit that the motive a political. Vely for the peace of in added Quot an i see in act incalculable conure fatherland. By i 11 a hmm i Nail killer Berlin Germany aug. 27.�?detect fives were at work Early today in the Black Forest near Offen Birg. Baden attempting to pick lip stun Trace of the a Sass ins who shot and killed math in Erzhi Roger. One of the most profit in it leaders of the German centrist party. The officers had will them ii f a dozen police dogs. Herr or hotly has been taken to Rad it Iri Esbach. Quot the fillets which Laid Erzberger now also struck it the peace and quiet of the Herr Loeb declared. Quot their effect on the a j Tion cannot in calculated at this the Cabinet devoted the granted part of its session to contemplation it the Ltd i1 a r a a 111 s Tho shooting would have in Tho political Stua t Ion. Deputy Earl Mhz who was with Herr Erzberger when the assassination occurred describes the assassins As two Well dressed youths who followed Herr Erzberger Ami himself then suddenly appeared in front of them and accosted the former minister for the purim of fixing identity. Both youths thereupon Drew a voices and fired in a coldblooded manner at Short rang. Herr Erzberger attempted to run to cover Blit was mortally wounded j in the Bond. The assassins continued to fir int prostrate form and then fled. Deputy die who was slightly wounded in the hands crawled to Herr Erzberger and found dead. 0-. Weekly pm cast Washington 1>. Aug. 27.�? weather predict ions for the week beginning monday a upper Mississippi amt lower Isaim valleys generally fair Ami Normal temperatures. Faical to Iii a rat tires by the Republican s recording thermometer Friday saturday 3 p. In. In a a in. 69 6 p. In. 89 6 a. Iii. 68 9 p. In. The y a. In. 77 12 p. In. 74 12 in 87 n p. In. 92 maximum 3 p. In. Today 92. Minimum 6 a. In. Today 68, by the official government thermometer from noon yesterday to noon today maximum 90. Minimum 64. \ temperature at noon 87. Will not to Xii pcs it of i my d kingdom in in Al i re a a Benne fire Barnsley eng. Aug 27�?great Britain want it countenance the tearing up of tit i tilted kingdom said Premier Lloyd George in referring to the Irish question tit a speech her today. It would mean civil War in Ireland itself he declared. He Bop however he said that comm a Rise would prevail. I am proud that great Britain has risen Abow All prejudices and pro posed terms no h As a my never been proposed the prime minister vie Quot they Are terms which commend themselves not Only to great Britain but to a the whole civility world i Trust common sense will i prevail. Quot whatever our views a we not countenance a separation. Can in More countenance thing up of the United kingdom am Rica could countenance thing tip of the United states Severance would Lead in Ireland self to civil War. A if Southern Ireland is not satisfied with Freedom then i fear All hop of accommodation must he abandoned we Only want to do what is fair right and just. If Ireland has a right to so Phi rat Ion so has Scotland a lid so has Wales hut no Welsh or i scotch Patriot would Ever dream of demanding separation. Quot i in Lieve that when the Irish people realize the to of the Freedom which is theirs that real Freedom is offered them and that All they a asked to do is to come into la proudest Community of nations in the world As free men. I believe you will find that that gifted people will really that their destiny is greater a i free people inside a Fie federation f son Boone county yesterday tinder orders from brigadier general Kand Holtz. U. S a., arrived Iii Charleston soon after s of clock this morning. In spite of it he fact that the March was halted at Madison yesterday afternoon and or. Keeney said the miners would list to advice and abandon the Enterprise disquieting rumours began reaching Charleston at an Early hour and increased As the Day a a need. Home from Raleigh. One report which reached United mine workers Headquarters Here was it off from their i Tase. Hut is reported to in Safe. Reports from a number of towns along the Malabar coast at that looting continues and that Public offices in Many places have been tooted by mobs. Fur Der Bidi ins met Tor looting by natives in Southern India still continues according to a message from Calicut. Reo Ved at Bombay. A hand of fanatics is reported to have entered an estate at j Pullen Gode where a european named Eaton was surprised in Bungalow land beheaded. The Bungalow then ran we tear than tear it that a Large party of miners or on was burned their Way from the winding Gulf estate recently Coal country in Raleigh county to j it is it it so reported Tor of special Eaton wife left Tho join tit marchers. They had not been Able to reach Marmet before the main body started on thursday morning and no word had reached them it was stated that the March had been abandoned. During last night two men. Carry ing cards from a miners local unum i an inspect was Nettir Llis body that Reserve polio tiered by popish rioter.-., was thrown into the River. This action was taken because of the serious aspect which the rioting by the mop Lahs. Or Rioh Antii in habit nuts of Arab descent has agin Vermillion county Illinois appear i a wed in the District i d at list Riel Headquarters persons j during the last a k there Haw tit the office stated. They said they a been several cases of looting and were the Advance guard of 70u to no burnings. On monday last Mats minors Quot on the Way to join the men at Marmet and that 23 men Fiona their local Hail come with them. From Ohio Anil Illinois Bol ice reports Early today were that Chesapeake ii my Ohio Railroad men at South Charleston had declared about 30t men. Mostly armed had come on a freight train from the West shortly after Midnight. They were said to a have told Yard employees they were miners from Ohio and Illinois going to Marmet. A Large body of armed men seeking to enter Logan was this morning turned Buck by a Force of Deputy sheriffs on the Boone Logan county in according to a statement Given to the associated press Over the Long distance Telephone by an official connected with governor e. F. Morgan s executive office at Charleston. It was add that Titer had been no casualties although Many shots had been exchanged. Further than this til informant was unable to go. 1922 International rotary meeting to be hed in los Angeles irate Batty with an armed fore proceeded to Batta mid where a mob of mop Lahs marching on the railway was encountered. Tin mob Cam Rushing on and machine guns were fired and it is believed the casualties must have been heavy although Tho number is not known. In the evening news arrived that a hand of mop Lahs was marching too Ward co Tapavac to attack the Treasury Anil magistrate Batty with thirty men of the Dorset regiment and two machine guns proceeded to Tho town and patrolled the streets. Tile police station at Charap Althary has been burned the Treasury at perinatal Nanna looted and the court there burned. Cattle sell in Omaha today at 1911 prices Hgt Sam title to or a a wire Chicago hi., aug 26.�?los Angeles was selected today As the 1922 con Cut Ion City for the International rotary clubs. The selection was made by the Hoard of directors in session Here after a Strong invitation had been pre anted by William Stephens president of the los Angeles rotary Lith. Of on cattle at oxi Xii drop to $7.50 Puu Iii Myrup 1 Omaha. In. Aug 27.�?western killing Cuttle sold for i Rill per Hundred pounds on the Omaha livestock Market this week the lowest since August Ehi when the top quotation i was $6.7a. Feeders brought $7.65, the lowest sine August btl2, when the Price was 17.13. La men in open boat adrift on Pacific for seven Days in a Oriate Ltd 1�?Tre.i wire port land or., aug. 26.�? eleven men of la Steamer Canadian importers Crew including second Ami third mates have been adrift in the North Pacific for seven Days according to a wireless message to the associated press today from Captain Wester u rid of the Steamer Cordova which yesterday went to the assistance of the disabled freighter Canadian importer. These men left August 19 in a Small boat attempting to Row or sail 623 Miles to the Oregon Shore seeking assistance for their Steamer the engine room of Whit was flooded. Today a baseball National league British i mourn is to of Ell disorder London eng. Aug. 27.�?owing to the serious character of the Mol pah riots in the or Wladar districts of British India and the possibility of a general spread of the disorders. The daily Telegraph today says it understands the government it of India with the concurrence of Edward Spencer Montagu see ret Ary of state for India has decided to take action Quot against the prominent personages held responsible for the greater tart of the recent troubles in it is Felt. Says the newspaper that the limit of patience has been reached by Tho i my wan government. It is understood. It adds. That the authorities Are fully prepared for fresh efforts to Lig 11 disorder should the preventative action now being taken not meet with Success. Pittsburgh new a a Ork a Telson Nehf. And Chicago. Brooklyn Ponder cadre. Mitchell Cincinnati. Too too 000-1 4 too too 2lx-3 6 Lashner and Schmidt Smith. Snyder. 010 012 Ooin a it 13 4. Too 131 46x�?15 Vej i a Beeves and of Farrell and Krueger. Otto 2oo 100-3 s 3 just what the prominent personages alluded to in the foregoing May he is not Clear. It seems possible however that leaders of the native Indian nationalistic movement of whom a i Hama Gandhi is the chief May _ be meant. The movement head d by Gandhi however is conducted along lines of avoidance of violence the method advocated being that of noncooperation with the British regime in India or the virtual Boycott of All tilings British within the Indian realm. Philadelphia. �10 who 011-4 8 3 Donohue and Wingo Meadows j and Henline. First gun i St. Louis boo oho 061-7 to i Boston. Too 101 ooo-3 6 i Haines. Walker and Clemons. Dil Hoefer Watson. Scott and of Neil. Second game St. Louis. Odo 02b 000-2 8 0 Boston. Too too 010-1 6 2 Sherdell and Clemons Oeschger cd Howdy. American league Boston. Too Soo Soo-6 la o Chicago. 310 Ooi onto a 12 3 Russell and Walters Ruel Faer and Schalk. Washington. Too 002 000-2 9 i Cle vip kind. L>00 320 Olx-6 la 0, Zachary and Gharrity Ohle and of Neill. New x Ork. 200 too 10 Detroit. Too 002 of Collins and Behan Oldham and Massier. Philadelphia. Loo o St. Louis it. 040 3 Rommel and Perkins Hayne an Severeid. Mobridge Man makes perfect score in final round of Chicago shoot Chicago. I. Aug. 26.�?ellis in Hank. Antonno. Today won the grand american Handicap. The feature of the trap shooting tournament at South shorn country club with a score of 97 out of too. Chicago. Ill aug. 27.�?six perfect scores had been made when less than one half the entries in the classification Competition o the grand american Handicap trap shooting tournament had finished the final round of the 100-target event at the South Shore country club today. Dave Fauskee Worthington. Minn. C. A Cumming Longmont colo., Frank Hughes. Mobridge s in j. Noel Nashville team m. S. Hoot Man Hicksville cd and e. W. Renfro Butte Mont. Each broke iou targets
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