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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - December 2, 1921, Mitchell, South Dakota Ten Page the evening Republican City edition vol Xxxvi Imitchell s. D., Friday december 2, 1921 number 53hughes�?T ship proposal May fall strike order is issued by Packer unions walkout which will take place monday will affect 45,000 men French politeness As it appears to the British delegation have 2 grievances do quake Skop rep Ziesk station system a Faiks refuse wage Cut would enjoin strike. By associate Piprew leased wire Topeka in . 2.�?richard j. I logins state attorney or neral today filled a complaint in the Kinnaw court of Industrial rotation against tile in of cts and unions and asked t5ie Industrial it met to take immediate action in an Effort to prevent members of live meat cutters and Butcher workmen of North America in tills stats from joining in the strike ordered for nest monday. By a Jorro elated press erased wire Chicago dec. 2.�?declaring that the a a repress err to tip a system inaugurated by the big five packers did not rap repent the sentiment of the employees Ana Fiat they did not approve the wage redaction of ten percent which Wert into effect last monday Lorna in Hayes. President and Dennis Law. Secretary of the Amalga in Ted meat cutters and Butcher Workman of North America today san out instructions for a strike next monday. Announcement of the Quot strike Cal for december 5 was made last it night. 45#0t>0 men affected pairing plants in about fifteen Ett in. And f-5,0ao men will be affected or Hayes said. The a flyers declared that a strike would not seriously hamper the Quot work of meat products As the minions were not represented heavily j Quot trough to the plants should the organized men walk out. During the War and afterwards until last september 15. Packing House wage controversies were disposed of by adoral judge Altchuler under an arbitration agreement. Ordered strike in october the Armour Wilson Swift and Cudahy companies instituted a system of Plant conferences calling in representatives of their employees in october the amalgamated meat outer and Burtcher workmen of Ortli America tool or e vote declaring a he Union was not recognised Aud a Alk out was authorized by a Large majority. A a the Plant assemblies after several conferences. Decided upon a ten Pervert wage reduction and it became effective Hist monday. Tyder seems warm Lar the strike order apparently was a quote Ved enthusiastically in Middle West parking centers according to reports received Here Early today. Kansas City packing employees. Whee awaiting receipts of the strike order. Are said to have urged their ccont1nu"d in Page Quot plight foreign lease question hangs on port Arthur Japan s position is thought to be almost insurmountable obstacle parking of corsets i Tom of a r Nava All wrong declares 5�, it Kew York official Holiday plan May be altered May defer decisions Britain and France both i Uang to make cont missions if Japan will by associated pro leased wire new York dec. 2.�?parking of corsets in the cloak rooms by flappers at dances and elsewhere is a mistake both from the hygienic and artistic standpoint. Health commissioner Copeland declared today. A the present style of Corset a he said a is a distinct Benefit to the health of women. It serves As a Brace for the wearer and at the same time gives a alight Waist line which lends smartness to the figures. Impression seems to be growing that limited building is necessary decision next week by associated prow leased wire Washington dec. 2.�?the delicate question of foreign leases in China came before the far Eastern committee of Tho armament conference today. The question offers what Are generally regarded As almost insurmountable difficulties unless Japan will surrender Dalny port Arthur which would mean the giving up of the most impregnable position Japan has up on the Asiatic Mainland. The Only other leases of a similar sort Are Thos a of great Britain to Wei Lei Wei opposite to port Arthur and of France to Liwang Chow in Southern China. All these leases and that of Shantung to Germany Date from 189s and Are in a quite different category f 10 11 the English j Long Kong or tile portuguese settlement of Macao. The impression in conference circles is that both the British and the French would give up their concessions if Theja Danes would agree to give up Dalny port Arthur but it is few that there is Little likelihood of Japan doing so. The conference May seek a formula to defer decision by accepting the principles of surrender but postponing action until conditions in Asia Are More settled. It is understood that China does not ask for an immediate evacuation of these leases but Only their de militarization. The japanese it is said hold to the idea that As Long As the bolshevik Are so powerful in Northern Asia it would be unwise for Japan to give up Hie powerful base at port Arthur. Reparations and War debts must be settled Ere w Orl can thrive Sullivan s to plans to a Corn growers Are discussed �?~omm7ttef of War finance cot por Atton meets with Western governors by associated pres teased wire Chicago. I., dec. 2.�?financial Ald for Corn growers who would be enabled to borrow Money Mph their Quot Orn crops As Security was discussed n a multitude of phas to fit a confreres Quot Here Between the Corn Belt advisory Cotry Rutte of the War Fin me corp option and governors of eve Cal Middle Western Corn states. His years bumper Corn crop with the resultant Low Market Price caused the Farmer to receive but five its an hour for his labor. Governor Barren t. Mccray of Indiana the in amp Lyman. Told the conference. ova in ors of twelve states were relied but Only governor Mckelvie of Nebraska and governor Kendall of Quot a were present the Quot government governor Mccray a in gained plans to assist Corn grow trs by loaning them Money with by crops a Quot Security. Where Hanks ire not in a position to handle Loans. Governor Mccray said. operative locutions organized in accordance dts a ate Law would be reorganized ird cans made through such associations. American consular offices in Berlin fully recognized Fly associated press encased wire Washington. Dec. 2.�?full recount or i of a Merican consular officers n to Quot by has been granted by the in i government the state depart Quot tit was Ai Lead today by charge sires Drew Al at Berlin. With us recognition the american govern put new is functioning throughout a Quot err any As in pre War Days. International court of Justice called to meet in january pros leased wire Quot Neva dec 2.�?the league of a has issued a Call for the Mem of the International court of just Quot to eel at the Bagne january by Mark. Sidi Ivan j Quot National political correspondent of the Republican and the new York evening Post Washington d. C., dec. 2 copyright 1921 by the Mitchell Republican and the new York evening Post a when people speak of a con Ference to take up Quot economic mat tens they have in mind three things German reparations International debts and the stabilizing of Exchange these three Are intimately related hut from the Point of View of America they Are separated and Distin gushed by different degrees of re exons ability on our part. A multitude of persons have wanted the present conference to consider these economic subjects. Some of the advocates Are foreign statesmen some Are american business men. Some Are economic theorists. And some Are idealists. The motives vary from the purest sort of selfishness to the purest sort of altruism. All these appeals have been firmly resisted by the men who Are dominant in the conference and will continue to be resisted. But that sooner or later a new conference must and will take up these economic subjects there can be Little doubt. Must Settle control Cretos the world cannot get on the track and under Way again until these subjects Are disposed of. Europe is the chief sufferer from failure to take a Burlington to Start pensions directors. After announcing dividend declare for new polic y Chicago 111. Dec. of the Chicago Burlington and Quincy Railroad company today declared a Terni annual dividend of 5 per cent on a special Stock dividend of 15 per cent payable december 31 to stockholders of record december it. The directors also announced inauguration of a pension plan january i. Directors of the Colorado and Southern a subsidiary company declared a two percent dividend on the first preferred completing payment of the regular four percent annually a dividend of four percent on the second preferred and a dividend of three percent on the common Stock All to be paid out of surplus earnings. Of British Consul is probing flogging of English pastor by associated press leased wire Miami. Fla., dec. 2.�?acting under telegraphic inf actions from the British embassy in Washington. A. To Hubbard British vice Consul Here today began an investigation into the flogging and tarring and feathering Here last August of the Rev. Philip 8. Irwin Archdeacon of the protestant episcopal Church and a British subject who was engaged in work among the negroes of Miami. Tion but America is so deeply involved that our interest in getting the questions out of the Way cannot be doubted. The Moat competent judges believe it to be a sure As the rising of the Sun that America cannot have any real Prosperity until reparations Are settled. International debts put on a permanent basis and Exchange stabilized. They say that the present apparent Prosperity in America is due chiefly to the lowering interest rates and that the lowering interest rates Are a sign not of business Prosperity but rather of business stagnation. These judges say that business in America especially continued on Page two Western Banks Purchase rail certificates government Bauhs thus far reach total of $132,010,000 Davis rays Briand faces storm on his return Rome China a request referred to special committee Washington dec. 2�?chinas request for withdrawal of foreign troops was referred to a drafting committee headed by Elihu Root for further study at today a meting on far Eastern and Pacific affairs of the Washington conference. I discussion of the troop question is expected to be continued at another meeting of the nine Powers for tomorrow when it is also plan Ted to take up the question of special spheres of influence in China and leased territory. England makes concessions on Irish question in pc it it a nor propos Ais a la e tendered and Dail Cabinet meets by associated press leaded wire London. Eng. Dec. 2.�?the British governments latest proposals for settlement of the Irish question will be considered by the Hail Eireann Cabinet in Dublin tomorrow the new terms which were handed to the Hinn fein delegates in written form show some advances Over the government s previous proposals and the delegates Felt the necessity of giving them fullest consideration at a Cabinet session. The terms it is said concede from the beginning the sinn fein s claim for the Unity of Ireland. Ulster must to included in the scheme from the Start is the plan As it now appears to have been framed. This plan must remain in Force six months. After that period and before the end of a year. Ulster is to be Given the option to withdraw and if she goes there must be a Boundary commission to determine the exact area which is fairly entitled to go with her. If Ulster goes under this plan she would preserve Only her present Powers and not obtain the fiscal Freedom that would be left with South Ireland. The question of allegiance is still the Crux of the situation but efforts Are being made to devise some form of declaring allegiance which it is hoped by the government the sinn fein will accept. Discussion delayed Washington i it pm 2.�?while the matter of foreign Ciasch in China it As scheduled to Ltd it me before uie far Eastern committee of Tho disarmament conference tills morning the question of foreign troop withdrawals assumed the Center of Tho stage and forced the postponement of the lease discussion until tomorrow. Washington. A dec. 2.�? an impression is growing in american naval circles that it May prove expedient to modify the ten year naval Holiday proposal of the american plan sufficiently to a permit building of capital ships to continue during the Holiday on a very restricted basis. There is evidence that both the British and japanese feel the necessity of such a modification it i Quot Aid and american officers to some Quot extent share that View. At the beginning of the conference when the american plan was made known. British representatives suggested a a ship a year a program in an informal Way. It has occurred to some american naval officers that a Mere logical classification would be to provide that each nation should have Only one ship in construction throughout the ten year period. This would mean for great Britain and United states and Japan the production of three new capital ships each during the Holiday to take the places of ships which would pass the Twenty year period of use during that time. Iwo she up for Arbuckle negotiations proceeding nicely is intimation by associated prow leased wire negotiations Over the naval program according 0 the feeling or. American arms conference circles today Are proceeding satisfactorily. The four american delegates meeting today went Over the situation As it stands. Afterwards it was said that the americans were Well satisfied with the turn that the naval discussions were taking and were hopeful that the american limitation program would be received favourably. A More definite status however was raid to continued on Page eight of French Premier Ink Ely to be deposed by opponents next the Ursua a by a Ltd k Ianc i pros leered wire Washington d. C., dec. 2.�?sales of $12,842,800 of Railroad equipment Trust certificates held by the government was announced today by director general of Railroad Davis bringing the total of these securities disposed of by the government to 1132.910,600. For the first time since the government began the sales of these certificates Western financial interests have taken blocks of these securities according to a statement by Eugene Meyer jr., managing director of the War finance corporation. Through which the sales were arranged. The sales today included certificates of the Chicago and Northwestern. Michigan Central Chicago. St. Paul. Minneapolis and Omaha railroads totalling 18,385,200, to a Syndicate of Chicago Banks. By associated prese lenses wire Havre France dec. 2.�?Premier Briand returned to France today after five weeks absence. In which he presented to the Washington conference Frances position on armament limitation. As he landed Here he was greeted with deference but without enthusiasm. The entire French Cabinet with the exception of minister of Justice Bonneval and the acting Premier. War minister Barthou met the part ten Miles at sea on the tug athlete. A heavy sea was running but the premieres opponents made no pretence of hiding their opinion that it was Balmy compared with the storm m. Briand will have to face in the chamber of deputies next thursday when he gives an account of his Washington Mission. M. Briand was informed that coincident with his return lists were being circulated in the chamber of deputies and the Senate purporting i to give the composition of a Cabinet under former president Poincare which the opposition expects will succeed the Briand ministry should the latter fall As a result of nonpayment by Germany of its reparations quota due january 15. Lloyd George plans to sail for u. S. Dec. 12 English Premier London he ports. Has definitely set departure time by associated press tvs amp cd wire London. Erg. Dec. 2.�?prime minister Lloyd George it was Learned this afternoon is definitely planning to leave England for the United states december 12 to attend the Washington armament conference. No word in c capital Washington dec. 2.�?members of the British delegation to the arms conference said today that no report official or otherwise had been received from London As to the intention of Premier Lloyd George to sail for Washington december 12. Sunshine girl Cooks champs by associated press leased wire Chicago dec. 2.�?girl Cooks from South Dakota have covered themselves with glory at the International Stock show. We hich has been in Progress in Chicago All week. The state Champion team picked at the Huron state fair Are standing Well toward the top in the elimination judging and will compete with the Champion teams from Wisconsin. Illinois. Minnesota and Iowa for final honors at the big show. Governors on their Way to the conference of governors at Charleston s. C., today attended the International live Stock exposition where a special program in their Honor had been formulated. Those attending were governors 8. Carey of Wyoming d. M. David of Ohio. Preus of Minnesota Dixon of Montana Mabry of Utah Campbell of Arizona Small of Illinois Mccray of Indiana Mechem of new Mexico and Mckelvie Nebraska. Germany seeks loan in London Herr r Athen a would borrow fifty million pounds from government Bank Morse in Barve willing to come Back for trial shipbuilder under surveil Lanc e in France is not arrested. However by associated press leaded wire London eng., dec 2.�?former German minister of reconstruction Rathenau is negotiating with sir Robert Horne Chancellor of the exchequer and with officials of the Bank of England for a loan of fifty million Pound Sterling to Germany it was Learned on High authority Here today. It was understood Herr Rathenau would be Given a definite answer today which a High official said probably would be in the negative. Typhus sweeps russian states violence of disease is increasing Moscow hospitals Are filled by associated press encased wire Havre France. Dec. 2.�?charles w. Morse the american ship builder who arrived Here today on Board the liner Paris from new York declared his willingness to go Hack to the United states by the next returning Steamer. A i am willing to return to America by the first boat and so i have wired the United states District attorney a he told the correspondent on Board the Paris Early Titis afternoon. Morse was permitted to land this afternoon. The French police however. Insisted he must Promise that he would return to new York on the Paris next monday. Or. Morse who travelled on the Paris under the name of Morris said he was going to Paris foil a kidney operation. Moscow Russia. Dec. 2.�?typhus fever is sweeping Russia with increasing violence especially in the Oder Baku. Turkestan and Volga regions where the famine is especially server. There Are More than 2,000 typhus rates in the hospitals of Moscow. Walter l. Bell a member of the american Relief administrations staff in the Ufa District is ill. Japanese sailors Are lost in storm by associated press leased wire Vancouver b. C., dec. japanese sailors lost their lives when the japanese auxiliary Schooner Koun Maru foundered 200 Miles off Cape flattery in a Southwest Gale tuesday j according to a wireless report received today. The remainder of the Crew was rescued by the japanese Steamer Tolan Maru outward bound from j Tacoma to Japan. Defense attorney uses much of tim allowed in attacking prosecution by associated i toss in atsed wire ran Francisco Cal., dec. 2.�?testimony of prosecution witnesses was attacked today in the final argument in the manslaughter trial of Roscoe c. Fatty Arbuckle by Gavin Mcnab. J first defense counsel. Mcnab called attention to the testimony of Alfred Semnacher a leading prosecution witness and manager of miss Virginia Rappe whose death from a bladder rupture resulted in the charge against Arbuckle. A i do not believe or. Semnacher. I do not entitle him to any credit at Mcnab said a the was brought in to give his View of the incident in which Arbuckle placed a piece of ice on miss rappers Bod after Arbuckle is alleged to have Hurt her. J that was purely a collateral a mrs. Catherine Fox had a pleasant trip from Chicago at the expense of the san Francisco tax i continued Mcnab a and a very pleasant social visit with mrs. Bambina Maud Delmont the complaining wit j Ness. Whom the prosecution failed to produce a mrs. Fox was also a leading prosecution witness testifying that she had i known miss Rappe for several years and thai she showed no sign of the illness which the defense said anally j caused her death. Purls of testimony read another defense counsel read portions of the testimony of Mise Alice Blake to Tho jury at Mcnabbs request. Alice Blake a show girl and prosecution witness was a guest at the hotel it. Francis party in which Arbuckle is alleged to have fatally injured miss Rappe. Arbuckle could not Trust himself f make a straightforward statement at the time of his arrest because a tie mob was threatening him. Mcnab j said. Assists premonition most of Mcnabbs argument dealt with what he termed the a a imprisonment of miss Zey Prevost and miss Alice Blake prosecution witnesses. By the District attorney Quot in order to wring certain testimony from a it was a deliberate conspiracy against Arbuckle a he told the Juryj a it was the shame of san Francisco. Perjured wretches tried from the stand to deprive this defendant this stranger within our Gates of his the noon recess Cut Short Mcnab a argument. He said he would resume 1 this afternoon. Of rack Walker Wes As result of night attack near Omaha by associated Presa leased wire Omaha neb., dec. 2.�?frank Urban 40, a track Walker for the Union Pacific died in a Hospital after being found rear Omaha Union station with his Throat slashed. Police believe he was assaulted and dragged to the spot where he was found. Saving in new rail rules is All guess work some waste May be Elim in at de ofed i la says in today a criticism Chicago dec. doubt that the new shop rules promulgated by Tho Railroad labor Board w Ould save the railroads As much As $50,000,000, the amount estimated by labor Board statisticians was expressed by Railroad executives Here today. Only practical application of the rules would show their saving it ii said and a anybody s guess is Apt to be a Good one now a one official said. It was pointed out that 99 of the new rules announced by the Board were rules lifted from the National Agre ment word for word and but 3 7 had any marked Char a the main comment on the new rules was that the Board had in effect set up a new National agreement a thing that the roads consistently fought in the rules hearing before the Board last Spring. The Board s ruling will tend to remedy some waste and inefficiency but takes no regard of widely varying conditions in w hich the rules Are a lied Samuel m. Feltman president of the Chicago Greet Western Railroad and chairman of the West Ern committee Public relations of the association or railway executives said today. Burlington agent held for shooting Ottumwa. La., dec. 2.�?a. E. Mullen of Ottumwa special agent for the Burlington railway shot and killed a a boots Emil 35. Near the roads station at Chariton last night following an alleged attack upon the agent by Emil and Ralph Robinson his companion. Mullen is being held by the police. Wea 1 Lith report forecast unsettled tonight and saturday possibly Snow in South and Central portions cooler saturday and in w est and Central portions tonight fresh to Strong North to Northwest winds. I xxv a temperature by the Republican s recording thermometer thursday Friday 8 p. In. 40 3 a. In. 23 6 p. In. 33 6 a. In. 21 9 p. In. 27 9 a. In. 21 12 p. In. 2 5 12 in. 22 3 p. In. 23 maximum 40 at 3 p. In. Thursday minimum 21 at 6 a. In. Friday by the official government thermometer from noon yesterday to noon today maximum 45 Ommul it Jcj at noon 27

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