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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - August 30, 1924, Mitchell, South Dakota
The evening Republican l edition vol. Xxx Mitchell South Dakota saturday August 30, 1924 number 283france ready to quit Ruhr a a May to dance at own inaugural Ball judge refuses to Stop state gasoline Sale mrs. Fergson says Jim will be her adviser but adds she will be the real governor of Texas after next bijection she defends flappers pol it think world is go to. To pkg in two if you Vulk set moves easter he aka service Temple Tex aug. 30.�?"ma�?� Ferric n is going to Fox Trot at her own inaugural Ball. She has t danced for years. But the i going to take time out from hot campaigning just to practice up a a so she can trip it off with a a Jim a her big party in the executive n lesion As Austin next january. And who knows but what she will i a wearing her hair bobbed when o a Alks up to take the oath of j office she Hasni to decided to do a hat vet but of. Well both her laughters Wear their locks shorn. A >11�?T�?T does no to want folks to think Htoo old fashioned she does t Ink the world is going to perdition Gay Iuse the younger set moves faster than her generation did. She defend flappers these flappers May be silly a says the woman who most Likely will be a in Lone Star state s next governor hut so were we All. A and it has been my observation it the Post War wife in t any Dif or it a from any other wife. The whole race of women from a lovers up. Is moving fast these11 is in a few generations it isl overcoming the Handicap of Hun a Best efforts used to Check War in China Caverly expects to finish review of Case next week Fleeger will not Issue tem but skirmishing is already por amp by injunction to prevent be of moneys reported Between enemies in Quin san state court wants briefs Powers Send warning Sioux Falls Jurist says he Central. Government is warn will make permanent decision upon receipt Sioux Falls. D., aug. 30.�? up a judge l. L. Fleeger refused in circuit court Here today to Grant to Jacob Shillingstad Lincoln county Farmer a temporary injunction restraining the auditor and treasurer of Tate from using state funds to pay for gasoline sold by the state at retail. The judge however granted the plaintiff and the defendants who include governor w. H. Mcmaster members of Jefte state Highway com i Mission and the state auditor and 1 treasurer ten Days each in which to file briefs and said that he would make a permanent decision with these briefs before him. The suit was brought in circuit con on the heels of a similar action by an Independent Oil company in Federal court. No decision has been banded Down by the Federal court. Coun Tel for the defense headed by Byron s. Payne former attorney Gen de that foreign interests must be guarded Shanghai. China. Aug. 30.�?�? reports of skirmishing in the attempt by san did tract where the forces of i Chicago. 111., aug. 30.�? 4��?judg John r. Caverly. Arbiter of the fat of Nathan Leopold jr., and Richard Loeb. Co murderers of Robert Franks Bas begun his consideration of the voluminous record of the judicial hearing on which he will base his 5�entence. The retiring chief Justice of the Cook county criminal courts expected to compile his review of the testimony Early next week. Then in some secluded place he will go Over his notes and prepare the written decision he will hand Down sept. Left. Meanwhile the youths awaiting id great in the county jail appeared in the Hest of spirits unperturbed by the publication of a Story of them in 1920 to drown Hamlin k. Buchanan Young evacuation to begin at once Herriot says troops to remain however till economic withdrawal is completed London pact signed first Steps Are taken today to put Dawes plan into actual practice attorney near Charlevoix Shieh Yan and la Yung Hsiang. Chicago opposing Tuc huns Are gathering a1 j a a. Though they have not been confirmed the youth believed Pitchman re have led to renewed efforts by Shang f0r stories circulated about bal interests to avoid open warfare. Them at the universities of Chicago although both sides Are strength an Ltd my Chioran and hoped he would ening their positions it seems certain j drown when a Canoe which the three that the efforts of tile Shanghai in a occupied was overturned according Teress Wil lat least result in deferring a general open outbreak and May Avert it entirely. Recent heavy Rains in the War hampered troop threatened territory which / have hampered troop movements. Have been Huce Eedo by fair weather which is expected to Speed developments. The troops now occupy a line from Tail Lake to Kriati Nghien near we Sung. Reports from Soochow Chinliang Oral argued that the plaintiff had no j banking and other cities state that right to launch such an action while j both troops and workers Are being the plaintiffs counsel contended that drafted by the wholesale regardless the Issue involved the entire ques of sex. Tion of the states right to enter private business. Ferguson do of generation men. You Don t hear a ran t do that. Of repressed any longer a of she s just a to Ian women Are accomplishing just tas Ere it things As men nowadays. Those who Don t Are slackers. Not either i done to mean to say a woman base n wok outside her Hon e. What in a mine at is she ought to make a Ryt Hanff possible our of Hor oppor unities there a no reason at All. Or Ftp running around beseeching so me Man to do something Ahe ought of do vet mrs. Miriam a. Ferguson is not a mannish worn n. Essentially., the Homo Loviov Type. A when i m governor. I am going i to Tike just As Good ear of our j Home As i did when a Jim Quot was gov f . Or any other time since we me in married Quot a Dawes passes Day with his old neighbors Hobnob with Bryan his Oppon ent ind chats with Pershing at Lincoln Lincoln. Neb. Aug. Or it an Active civic worker club woman so belongs rant episcopal Church of rus ones opponents in a set up tho cry that if my of that a b Al 30�? it pm having a a Forth to the Farmer of Nebraska and through them to the farm ors of th1 West his views on the agricultural situation. Charles g. Dawes. Republican candidate for View president. Went visiting among Bis old friends bore today before starting his return trip to Evanston. Foremost on the list of Calls planned by the Republican nominee was j one on his old fellow townsman and Nowr Bis democratic opponent. Gov a error Charles w Bryan. Or. Dawes. A after concluding his address last night at the University of Nebraska memorial stadium sent word to governor Bryan through the associated pres that he would be around to see film before leaving Lincoln. The democratic nominee on receiving the message replied j a Pic Fine Tell general Dawes i shall be waiting for him at the i another Call on or. Dawes list was to be made on another old Friend of his Lincoln Days and later his a san i rate in France. John j. Pershing who returned to this City on the eve of his retirement a from Active command of the american a rms to Welcome or. Ming Elm Ken for Jim Esba k Home. A respondent Dro Nej or Between Calls read a it so Wain t too Busy i number of telegrams commenting on of a few minutes. J jj8 address last night in w High he she explained. Than words what the Texas think of the Kuth she tented and elected her Harmer governor James e re a my w Ould be the one run the state s affairs d. Was neither by c net by predilection fitted to r no Quot. But listen to what the Jim Quot f an be Xvi a re is a lot i in not know or r in Wnenta i affairs. But i always Peen a poor observer. A time when i was called adviser to Jim Ferguson. A t guess Jim can be adviser i intend to do the Boss Alf Alfa Field is Arena for Bryan address Independent dealers act Slot x Falls Gas Sioux Falls. La. Aug 3�. A Independent gasoline filling stations in i Sioux Falls today reduced the retail Price of gasoline from 19 to is cents. Which includes the state tax. Line company stations maintained the 19 cent Price which has existed since a one cent reduction was made aug. Trains arriving Here continue to be packed with refugees. Financial affairs in Shanghai Are badly unsettled. While food prices Are soaring. The Shanghai Volunteer corps a foreign defense organization is preparing for eventualities. While pressure was being brought j was believed to Leopold a statement. Both boys spend their time in jail in Reading Leopold who is a linguist devoting part to studying the polish language. They Al of Are members of indoor baseball teams i a league composed of prisoners. Herr scene of new War 6 Are shot Down to Bear upon both sides in theim pending fractional War troops of the rival organizations in tinted to move into the contested zone. Refugees j Man. In rioting last february 111., aug. 30.�? a1 a six men were killed and several reported injured in a clash on the streets of her Rin this afternoon. The shooting to be an outgrowth of the trial of Carl and Earl Shelton. Brothers for the slaying of Constable Caesar Cagle. Kun flux klans of mock tic you k presidential i in i Date to speak in bit of in setting River Sioux Park s. Daug. 30.�? j it up arrangements were completed today for the appearance Here on j monday labor Day of governor j Charles to. Bryan of Nebraska dem operatic nominee for vice president j who will address a largely Rural Aud j hence from the front porch of a Conn j try Lioma in his first address since Hij notification speech. About the front of the Home of Louis n Crill. South Dakota demo j erratic chairman Farmer and prop a poured into Shanghai from the area and foreign War Craft w a arable ring Here prepared for any eventuality. Step arc from banking today from Chi ship a a Yuan that a major portion of general we Pei fuss Chihli troops Are being sent to the Aid of Chi shish Yuan the aggressor in the threatened conflict against la Yung Hsiang Turchun of Chekian \ province decision to Send his troops to the Laid of cd was said to have been reached by general we Atter reports received at peking indicated that the forces of marshal Chang tso Lin. War lord of Manchuria and Defeated a rival of general we. Were hemmed i in by flood Waters and would be unable to attack the remnant of general wuss forces in Chihli during the absence of the latter a Forcer in the j Shanghai District. Thu. The outbreak anticipated be the known dead Are Deputy sheriff Bud Allison Green Dunning Chester Reid. Charles Willard Otto Roland and Dewey new Holt. The shooting occurred about two blocks from the City court building. It is said to have started when two automobiles passed each other and men from each began tiring. According to an unverified report a Call was sent to governor Small at Springfield for troops. In the confusion it was difficult to learn what started the gun fire and witnesses were reluctant to Tell what they had seen. The number of injured could not be ascertained an hour after the outbreak. According to an unverified report one of the Sheldon Brothers was among the wounded. Troops ordered out Springfield. 111., aug. 30.�? a5 a acting on authority from governor Small. Adjutant general Carlos e. Rieford of a modest summer resort Pavlovsk Kamchatka which is Between his Home and the Wrangell Island off Sioux River carpenters w Ere putting shores of Siberia with Picc info a and two for led of All its camouflage Ped person knows the Quot d upon religious Reju hat v one thing i simply d practices what she is really ought g two n slogan in the primary i a Quot May ring out again f the opposition s retort a my. Too much pay May nto oblivion. Of to have years ahead. And Davis to devote three weeks for West trip report urged removal of the agricultural problem from politics and an Endeavor to solve it by Sui h a commission As president Coolidge has announced he soon would appoint. The Moe that heard the address was composed of delegates from nearly a dozen Nebraska towns and cities including a thousand or More from Omaha and from several Points in South Dakota Iowa. And Missouri in addition to Many from this City. To. A Dawes promises Dakotas to try to speak in s. The last nails in the platform on which i fake All inhabitants prisoners seize the governor will appear while Ania Chipping and establish russian Alfalfa Fielo beside the Houe was f ownership it the Island in tho name Beji g Cut so that it might Servo monday a to thru a to a Lincoln. Neb. Aug. Not Charles g Dawes. Republican candidate or vice president was asked yesterday by a delegation of South Dakota Republic cans to make an address in that state aug. So while i during the Campaign. Or. Dawes to trip still is far pile i that he was anxious to i it w. Davis the j South Dakota and promised to take up the matter with the Republican National committee. V York. N. V. Urinary of his Complete. John it to presidential candidate exo retrain in the w est about the democratic nominee will be 0ff, heard. Plans Are Complete too. For welcoming governor Bryan at Sioux j City 25 Miles Southeast of the Park. And escorting him thence to or i Crills Home monday Forenoon with an Auto caravan which democratic sponsors say will be the largest Ever formed in tins Vicinity to Greet a disc i tire wished visitor. The governor will reach Sioux City j at 10 45 monday morning from Oma i a Ami he will be by ought to Elk Point by Auto accompanied by democratic leaders of Iowa. Nebraska. And South Dakota. Invitations have been sent to leading democratic workers of All three states to attend the address and have dignified their intention of attending. The governors entourage w ill rear h j Elk Point soon after noon monday and the governor will speak from tho Crill Home Here five Miles North of Elk Point at i of clock. Mitchell dealers Are still maintain j ing prices fixed some time ago when gasoline was reduced to 22 cents. It was admitted this afternoon Howe j or that last monday saw a drop in j the wholesale Price of one cent to is cents a gallon. One station was still Selling gasoline in Mitchell today for 25 cents. Tank Wagon prices have dropped to is rents in the last few Days hut filling stations remained unaffected. Of Russ ship on Way to seize Wrangell Island flier says skittle. Wach. Aug. 3ft.�?a vessel named or of Octoaf riving the Ruffian Flag armed with six Pound cannot and carving a company of rus tween Chang tso Lin and forces of m in infantry is bound from Petro a general xvii. W hich was the major Black at 2 of clock this afternoon put in a Long distance Call to Carbondale to order troops to Cherrin Prince of Wales is Coolidge guest at luncheon today Washington d. Cd aug. 30.�?the Prince of Wales arrived in Washington shortly after one of clock this afternoon and was driven immediately to the Whita House for an informal luncheon with president Coolidge. A delegation of officials from the state department headed by Hington. D c. Aug 3ft.�?two j Ary Hughes and a corps of attaches communications have been addressed a British embassy met the Spe peking government by. J he japanese. French and american diplomatic officials in peking. Peninsula for conflict feared As a result of the in the Northern pending War. Has been averted it orders to was believed Bere today. As a result of the peace pressure being brought upon those in command of the opposing Force in the Shanghai District the belief was expressed Here this morning tha actual hostilities have been delayed t world encircling exp Dion. Declared peking. Aug. 3ft�?members of j of the soviet government. Lieut. Colline of the Arena from which j of Nuj pc Broome flight Advance for the abandoned British in his arrival Here today. Colonel Broome give this information to United states naval officers. \\t., Bland is claimed As american territory and at least one american Charles Wells is reported marooned there with a party of 13 eskimos. Colonel Broome also said that be american St Boom i Herman of fan Francisco with Captain Louis Vance and a Crew of amen in sailors the going to the Rescue of Wells May British taken prisoner by the soviet forces. On their of the foreign diploma corps today visited the cd 0se foreign office and Paris. France aug. 30.�?czp �?th3 French government will order tha evacuation of Dortmund in the Ruhr tomorrow. This is in execution of Premier Herriot a a engagement that the evacuation of the Ruhr would i begin the Day after the signing of the London agreement. The agreement was signed in London today. The economic withdrawal from tha Ruhr is beginning immediately. In fact preliminary Steps Are being taken today throughout the Ruhr but although the order for the military evacuation will be issued tomorrow the troops will not be withdrawn until the economic evacuation is near completed. Will take several weeks several weeks will be required for i the orderly retirement of the French economic organization including the railway employees and a great variety of civilian functionaries. It took the French government several months to form this administrative Force and it is considered probable that Complete Transfer of this work cannot be made until Well along in october. Various stops of the economic withdrawal Are fixed in the London agreement which xviii be followed by the French and belgian authorities in cooperation with the German officials. The first orders May even be Given by the French government tonight so that Thorp shall by no avoidable delay in carrying out t7?6 personal agreement Between Premier Herriot of France and Premier Theunis it Belgium on the one hand and Chancellor Marx of Germany on the other hand that the evacuation would begin immediately after the formal signing of the London pact. Americans arc named the organization committee of the new German Bank of Issue today appointed Gates w. Mcgarrah of new York As the american member of its general Board. This nomination is subject to approval by the reparation commission. Or. Mcgarrah has already accepted his appointment and it is expected. He will arrive in Berlin at the earliest possible Date so that there May be no delay in the meeting of the general Board the other six foreign mend ers of which have not yet been named. The important Post of Bank com missioner under the reparation commission it has been decided a till gel to a Hollander. The appointment of Owen d. Young of new York As agent general for reparation payments and interim was i announced by the reparation commission today. The appointments were also announced of m. De la Croix of Belgium As trustee to receive and administer the German railway Bonds Signor Nogara of Italy trustee for the Industrial debentures and Andrew Macfarlan of England As commissioner of controlled revenues. Received assurances that the chinese government d Enda adoring to Avert civil War. Mediator interviewed j Chu Shieh Tuang and la Yung Hsiang and received assurances that both Ider were anxious if possible. To Tvert hostilities. I warning that government a in the most today a baseball american Lica Guc Washington. Ftp tit hoi Foft Ftp i new York. 00ft of tit ftftl�?2 11 j solemn of its inescapable i obligation to prevent loss of foreign life and property As a result of the j fighting in and about Shanghai. On aug. 2ft. The peking authorities i were advised that the government Cia train which brought the Prince the representative of the from new York and Accamo panted i which a fortnight participating nations sign i Jan Don agreement London eng., aug. 30.�?fj�?th� pact drawn up at the recent International conference Here outlining ways and Means of putting the Dawes reparation program into effect a signed by representatives of the various nations today. There a no pomp or Circum stance at the foreign office when nation a Rort night ago reached an him on the ride to the executive Man j agreement for launching the Dawes 5 0 represented by Ogden and Ruck Hoyt and Shang. It a adopt such the diplomats would measures and utilize Sion. The luncheon was of the most informal character and the general lir strictly limited. The Prince will return to new York late today. Weather forecast Iowa local thunderstorms prob Mother rescues son from fire and collapses weeks a St. Louis Collins Severeid. Returning to new of 21. Cvitic Tion for the nominee to at x of the Iroquois club Magmas been received and will p accepter but whether or. Davis la speak during his three Days stay x week at Western Headquarters that tit or after he has made a no West of the Mississippi River j Lin f Mains of he determined. The demo t ratio nominee spent today at ids per-1 a Nal Headquarters Here. York i the South Dakota delegation was headed by George we Wright chairman of the South Dakota state Republican committee and included j f. Halladay. Iroquois George h. Bornean. Hur Orr Leslie Jensen Aberdeen Charles s. Mcdonald and Charles m Day. Sioux Falls g. It. M Arthur Huron and j. O. Van Nice Mclaughl rain Relief comes to Corn Fields of Nebraska report iffy in dilate Davis returns to new j it. On sept. I As the above state 1 to int indicates lie plans to do he will j Quot it appear in Mitchell during the 1924 j Quot i Palace Celebration. Previous a a a Patcher to xxx Howes National Omaha. Neb., aug. 3ft�?rain came r Mil Litie Tiuan. Have indicated that to the country of Nebraska tvs nigh democratic National committee not i of copious quantities or of Long Quot lid Send the democratic Standard duration but As a Relief to a crop firer to Mitchell on some Day Dur j which had he gun to curl in some gee. Re the Corn Palace which opens onions because of prolonged a vip is 1 it. Ii and closes on sept. 2 7. According to word received. Pittsburgh. A. Aug. 30.�?mount-Ng rapidly throughout the night tho deals toll resulting from an explosion of gasoline yesterday in the garage of the Peoples natural Gas company stood at nine today three Small boys and six men. With three persons in hospitals probably fatally burned and eight others suffering from lesser Bruns and injuries. The explosion of a 1.50ft gallon tank of gasoline occurred As it was being poured into an underground receptacle. The terrific blast Parnag de a portion of the three Story build b Cago ing rocked other nearby structures and broke windows eight blocks away. Mrs. A. V. Montgomery attracted to the scene rescued one of the boys As he was attempting to beat out the flames from his clo Bing. She extinguished the flames and carried Bim into her Home nearby before she recognized him As her son. She collapsed. Ochil ago. Ftp tit 5 Cleveland. Ftft3 0 Mangum. Connally and crou5e Shaute and game Philadel Rma. 15ft of tit 035�?ts 21 Boston. F03 he left Ftp 7 to i j Tion. Rommel. Hasty. Gray and Brug t go Perkins Winters. Murray Kel j lotto. Ross and o Neill. J i second game i Philadelphia. 200 1/0 j Boston. I of Oft he Mach and Perkins Quinn. Lucas and Picinich. Detroit. Reparation plan signed at 12 40> o clock this afternoon and the documents embodied in the convention which passed into diplomatic parlance As the pact of London. With the utmost simplicity but with a solemnity which denoted the momentous character of the Day a work one after another of the dip Sui h Means As Are available to us j Able Thi it afternoon or tonight cooler a Komats signed the documents which to afford Protection to foreign and to a your Trade and property at or near Shanghai in casette Chine a government failed to a 0 Ford the be interests adequate protect i and Gassier shocker. I. 0 and american fliers Hope to take off on new hop sunday tonight sunday partly Cloudy cooler in East and South portions. Minnesota partly overcast and cooler tonight sunday fair cooler in East portion. North Dakota fair tonight and sunday cooler tonight. The interested nations Hope and believe will enable Germany to pay her War reparations and incidentally will restore the economic equilibrium of Europe and of the whole world. The signatures were affixed in the foreign office. National Ixo ague Cincinnati too 200 ooi�?3 Pittsburgh .301 111 4 1x�?-12 Rixey Benton. Dibut and grave Cooper and Schmidt. St. Louis. On Board the v. S., Richmond j at ire tickle. Labrador. Aug. 30.�? up a the american army world fliers j have postponed their flight from iving a tut. Greenland to Indian Harbor. La a i 2 a Brador. Until sunday owing to unfavourable weather in the Vicinity of Labrador. According to an announcement made on the Richmond this morning. South Dakota generally fair to ambassadors waiting room of the night and sunday cooler tonight. J no word has been receive from week s forecast j Seymour Parker Gilbert or. Former Washington. Aug. 30�?weather out under Secretary of the american look for the week beginning monday. Treasury department As to whether Region of the great lakes Gener a he would be willing to accept the ally fair first half and probably of of agent general aft in or. Young Cas ional showers latter half Cool first leaves it. 14 it har half and temperature about Normal thereafter. Upper Mississippi Valley a fair first part and partly Cloudy probably local showers Middle or latter parts Cool monday and temperature near Normal thereafter. Local temperatures maximum and minimum tempera Young will not stay the commission in announcing the appointments made the following comment a was the services of a permanent a gent general will not be immediately available. Or. Young who in on of the experts of the first committs 20 .40 Gonzales j Fri Bargo raised Washington. Cd. Aug. 30.�?the embargo imposed several months ago of prevent shipment of arms to Cuba raised today by president Coolidge. Fowler a Sherdel and Bush and of Farrell. New York it Ftp 2ftft ftll�?5 13 i Brooklyn Ooi 0�?oft 52x�?8 13 of Mcquillan. Huntzinger. Maun and Snyder Gowdy Doak Ruether and Tavier. First game Boston Hio Ogo oooo i 5 i j Philadelphia .�22 020 dix�?7 14 0 Mcnamara. Yeargin Workman and of Neil ring and Xvi Lori. Second Gahe Boston .300 Oft i Philadelphia. 300 of j Benton Yeargin and Gibson Hub a i Bell Carlson and Henline. I Republican will not Issue monday on monday sept. I labor Day there will be no edition of the Mitchell Republican. The management following its custom will close All departments for the Day. Has been Good enough to accept an Tures As recorded by the official gov at interim nomination Quot eminent thermometer from i a. In. J commission a. Decided to prepare a plan of re organization a Lull the purpose of effecting economies a sufficient to cover the expenses required by the new organization to be i it up under the Dawes plan so yesterday to 7 a. In. Today maximum 92. Minimum 63. At 8 a. In. Today 75. Precipitation .04.<, o weather and roads Mitchell Clear. 75 roads Good. Huron Clear. 69 roads wet heavy rain Friday evening. Watertown Clear rain last 70 dirt roads Muddy that no additional financial Burden in connection with foreign of Ficaj will be Laid upon Germany. Mux Reinhard Dies new York. Aug. 30.�?mrs. Julie night j rein hard actress and suffrage work her. Died today at the age of so after Sioux Falls Clear 68 roads Good precipitation Trace. Nine months illness from dropsy. She played with virtually All the prom Pierre Clear. 69 roads Good. J inept ors and actresses of two gen1 Aberdeen Clear. Go roads Good. A orations to
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