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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - December 31, 1921, Mitchell, South Dakota
The evening Republican City edition Mitchell South Dakota saturday december 31, 1921 number 77lesoine Yap controversy is near settlement Trio is taken for big mail theft in july or. Abe Attell divorced wife of pugilist one of those arrested Well Here goes Al ,477.000 was loot to. I traced when Bank becomes svs Picior of s500 Liberty Bond it forint cd Cross encased wire new York. N a. Dec. 31.�?a mail theft of $1,500,000 in Bonds on Only is 1021 became known Tyndaj it it arrest of mrs. Abe Attell divorced be of the former pugilist. Sam Gold b d Harry Cohen. By Post office inspectors and members of the police bomb squad. Appearing before United states commissioner Hitchcock a it a arraignment the Trio obtained continuance until january 14 bail was fixed at it too for mrs Attlee anti $7,500 each or the two men. Lace \ hic of $1,477,000 the Bonds with a face Valise of 81,-/- too were stolen somewhere Enro Ute from the Federal Reserve Hank Nom York to the Treasury department ii Washington. Some had been cancelled by perform in and others were stamped a paid a he stamp was removed by chem Ais and Many of them passed investors said. The charge against mrs. Atoll who Aid she divorced the Boxer in Cali Van a five years ago. Was attempting n pass altered government Bonds Chr �?T7 0 men were charged with conspiracy. Batik aft a it suspicious rest a i officials said mrs. Attelle Wen to a Delicatessen store and left us Liberty Bond with the manager v r collection. He deposited it with Hank Here. The offi Cio became 5picious and notified Federal officers. Attell said she bought the Bond rom i moving picture ador for $300. It it fives found Atis. Attell in her Nart ment last night with Gold and ohm both of whom were said to a criminal records. Inspectors id they found a Complete opium set a the apartment. Mrs. Attell gave f r age As 28. Harding Calls conference of agriculturists president instructs Wallace to Call session to discuss depression May meet january 15 methods to improve present agricultural depression Are to be Rought by associated priss encased wire Washington d. By dec. 31�?actng at the direction of president Harding Secretary Wallace was extending invitations today to Farmers organizations and representatives of industries associated directly or indirectly with agriculture to attend rational conference Here probably within a month to a suggest practical ways of improvement Quot for a the severe agricultural depression which exists throughout the will meet about Dan. To the conference will meet in Washington about january 15 and be composed of Between too and 150 delegates. The meeting place has not yet been decided but Wilt probably be in the Washington Secretary Wallace was Busy today completing the personal of the conference which it is expected will not Only devise Relief measures for the present acute agricultural situation but will also Lay Down a permanent policy which would make for a self maintaining american agriculture. The conference it was sad will consist not Only of Farmers but of co related lines in which the Fanner is interested. Would litter ten Days it includes present representatives of Farmers Farmers business organizations. Leading state commissioners i of agriculture and presidents of state j agricultural colleges representatives of the Grain Cotton live Stock and by associated press lenses wire Athens. Greece dec. 31�?seveyal professor of the orphanage at Der India about 20 Miles from constantinople Are declared by the armenian newspaper Yar Guir of cons fan i sinople to have been carried off by the turkish nation lists says a constantinople dispatch. The Fate of the deported americans is not known. Estonian ship sunk by associated press leased wire London eng., dec. 31�?the Etho i Pian ship selectman carrying a cargo for a Stockholm firm was sunk with out warning in the Gulf of Finland by the russian sovet ice breaker Vingut says an Exchange Telegraph dispatch from Stockholm today. Twenty three persons were reported drowned. The firm reported the sinking to the swedish ministry of foreign affairs end of naval i work at arms meet is near Cable rights on Island Are fully defined control of lines is divided Between Japan United states and Holland treaty real Surprise drafting of pact still to be signed. Done in Complete secrecy session still confronted / Ith tonnage limitation of Aerial carriers Washington. D. C., dec. 31�?the end of the naval limitation work of the arms conference was definitely in sight today As the naval experts of the Powers turned to the task of working out detailed agreements on Corn interests transportation pack the program now virtually disposed ers. Millers Grain dealers fruit com j of by the full naval committee which Mission men farm machine Man fac was in adjournment today until next Mission men farm machine manufacturers fertilizer makers and All interests which have to do with product was in adjournment today until next week. At the same time the Root sub committee took up today the Ese is re elected by associated press i cased wire Riga Latvia Doc. 31�?nicolai Len a retains his position As executive of the russian soviet governor As a re ult of Tho unanimous a non of Tho ninth All russian soviet Quot Eress just / Faro its sessions Clos am wednesday night according a a radio dispatch received today peace Dollar is rushed at Federal mint Diaz and Jacques Cable new years greeting to legion which such a gathering could Complete the work in the opinion of some of the department of agriculture officials. New design bears Dove of be Xue inst Ead of Eagle a coins ready tuesday m Moscow. To Allied Bankers hit on plan to Benefit Europe not in Etton Al con Surti i >1 to i i old i to \ is port Viton is b is of Idi v Baris Franca. Dec. 31�?the co conference of Allied Bankers d Man fact tiring interests which Ben considering measures for Rota bushing t be International or vat Thrope agreed today upon the of a project for an i it or a Hon it consortium. Which Avill he sub a Ted to the Allied supreme Council it tines. A representative of Japan 9-1 join cd the British French uni pod belgian delegations in the reference. Tee project is based partially upon relational credit scheme of or. a Meulen the dutch economist. I was approved by the financial trance at Brussels last year. It a idea is first to up build the i it utilities railways and Kindred Ries in countries where economic station is due to Lack of trans a a on. The assets of the countries aided will he pledged As Accuri for the Loans involved in cases a the consortium has not Given cession for . Which is regarded by the tetors As in the direst need. In r cd to be the first beneficiary. A capital of the consortium Quot will a definitely fixed Only after the a j at a tines has passed upon Quot heme. Sums varying from 5,-�?~ a to 20,000.000 pounds Sterling r talked of. By associated press wire Washington. I. Dec. 31.�?the new Silver Dollar of the 1021 design a the peace dollars will be ready for distribution tuesday it was said today at the Treasury. Coinage of the new Dollar is being rushed by the Philadelphia mint officials said tile f1r�=t Dollar of the new series struck off has been presented to president Harding. The new Dollar has the heat of lib i erty on one Side and the other a Dove upon a Mountain top clutching an Olive 9 Inch. Struck by the rays of the Sun with the word a a peace beneath it. This is the first change in the design of the Dollar Sipyo 1878, officials said. And will remain As the design of the Dollar for 25 years unless changed by legislation. About 500,000 of the new dollars probably will be coined we Ith the Date of 1921 and after that the Dollar will carry Date of the year in which it is struck off efforts Are being made it was said to Complete the coinage of at least half a million coins with the Date 1921. In order to avoid a Scarcity of the Coin which would result in a Premium being placed upon a hem by numismatists. There will be in All about 180 millions of the new dollars coined of j detain said. Coinage of Silver dollars ceased in 1 904. It was explained when the Silver purchases authorized by the Sherman act had been completed but it was resumed again in february of this year. When Tho Purchase of Silver was begun under the Pittman act to replace the dollars melted and sold to the British government during the War. By associated press leased wire Indianapolis. Ind., let dec. 31.�?hanford Mac Nill or National commander j of the american legion yesterday received new Vearus greeting from general Armando Diaz of Italy and lieu i tenant general Baron Jacques of Belgium. Both toured the United states recently As guests of the legion. The greeting from general Diaz follows exchanging Heartiest wishes for a Happy new year Ami affirming the i highest comradeship and sympathy Between the veterans of America and of general Jacques cabled a Best thanks and most sincere new year s wishes for the legion and its i commander on behalf of the belgian great strides made in air in eighteen years rail men May keep offices i. Decrees finn transportation manufacturing drafting of the Root proposal agreed and marketing of farm products. Ten Days is the minimum time in by associated press leased Vav ire Washington d. Dec. 31.�?a new six Power treaty in which the i United states great Britain France Italy. Japan and the Netherlands would join in Bual distribution of the Long debated Cable rights on the Pacific Island of Yap has been drafted tentatively and agreed to in principle by the delegates Here of the interested governments. It would take the place of Ore separate treaty on the subject negotiated be Ween the United states and Japan but never signed. The United states Japan and the Netherlands All would be afforded Cable landings on the Island although it would remain As now under a japanese mandate. Treaty not signed a it the discussions Lead up to the latest conference development Are understood to have been conducted quietly by the american japanese and Netherlands delegates. The tentative treaty draft was Laid before the representative of the other Powers today and although they Are said to have agreed to the general features of the plan final action was delayed to await receipt of further instructions. Great Britain and Italy a a re understood to have shown a desire to attach reservations to the treaty each desiring to remain free to urge its right to some part of the Cable facilities on the Island if it decided to do so in future. Fable lines divided under the allotment As set Forth in the tentative draft the United states would be accorded control of the Yap Guam Cable Japan would keep the Yap Shanghai Cable and first feeble Flitter of 59 Simonds stretched to More than 20 hours of 11 injured in mexican riots Obregon government wins by Small margin in unusual election by associated press leased wire new York n. A. Dec. 31.�?Man s first feeble flutter in his Conquest of the sir lifted him aloft for Hie fleeting period of fifty nine seconds. High non years inter be soared Eagle like through space for Twenty six and one third hours. When Wilbur Wright in a heavier than air machine flew 852 feet at Kitty Hawk on december 17, 193, the feat was pronounced one of the marvels of the country. The whole world rang with the accomplishment. Yesterday a monoplane piloted by Edward Stinson accompanied by Lloyd bertaud. A Mechanic finished a continuous flight of 28 hours. 19 minutes. 35 seconds. In 18 years a continued on Page two Commerce body after ousting three interlocking Dir Etc Iii ates Sci gets Senate wants Tariff ready for february by associated press leased wire Mexico City mex. Dec. 31�?eleven persons we Erc injured in the fighting near the chamber of deputies yester j Day in connection we Ith the election of a permanent commission to legis late during the congressional recess j two clashes occurred Between sym j Pathi Zers of the social democratic i every off it will be made bloc. Which gained control of the to a my up permanent commission and those of the Liberal measure bad committee constitutionalism party. _ the crowds gathered Early ands Washington. D. It. Dec. 31.�?sen disturbances soon began. In an Exchange of Sho a one of the Liberal by associated press i Cas d wire Washington d. �?T., dec. 31�?All persons holding two or More places As officers and directors of interstate Railroad corporations were Given Legal permission by the interstate Commerce commission today t to hold their various positions indefinitely. The commission in an order which did not mention the individuals or railroads concerned said it appeared that neither Public nor private interests would be adversely affected by retention of the posts As sought in the applications before it. Iii tile transportation act the commission was Given authority to determine by today whether it was c6m-Patible with the Public interests that interlocking directorates be maintained by railroads and More than too applications some of them naming a score or More individuals. Were on hand and not acted upon today when tile period expired. The commission in an order last to in substance by All the Powers. To reaffirm existing rules of naval the Netherlands would be Given sup warfare against merchant Craft and revision of the line Between 5 a and declare their application to subpar j Manado. In the Case of both the Ines and invite adherence of Allna american and dutch concessions it d Lions. Understood the privileges granted work nearly completed would be Broad enough to cover a1 agreement by the naval committee j necessary activities of installation of yesterday on aggregate tonnage management of Cable facilities limitation for aircraft carriers left t the interest of tile Netherlands for disposition on the limitation pro and of the other Powers in the Yap Gram Only the proposal to limit fun situation came to be understood by the i Tore auxiliary Craft to a too tons american and japanese Only after and their armament to guns of not they had been brought almost to the More than eight inches. Approval Point of signing their separate con was Given this proposal by All Dele volition insuring the american rights nations but the French who deferred to the Island. This separate treaty formal answer pending advices from was drawn Ivy some weeks ago and Paris which Are expected to permit until today there was no explanation the commit Echo Complete the naval of the delay in signing it. Limitation agreement next week. It want other signatures will then take up also the second among some of the delegates there Root proposal to prohibit entirely tile Jyh a filing that other signatories use of submarines against merchant of treaty of Versailles should by Craft instructions regarding which i asked to give their approval of the Are now awaited by both the French new arrangement before a final set and japanese. Dement is attempted. Formerly a a five Power treaty embodying Oll German Possession Yap is regarded by the Points upon which agreement has Thige de pates a8 l territory in the been reported already is in process of Aisis msrion of which All the former drafting and will include the capital ship agreement the agreement on air plane carriers tile displacement limitation for auxiliary Craft and the resolutions finally accepted regarding submarines. With Progress in the naval negotiations Clearing the Way for resumption of the far Eastern discussions possibly next week. The problems remaining to be settled there assumed additional emphasis today in the statement of one of the chinese delegates that they would attempt to Transfer the Shantung Issue Imo the full conference to break the deadlock in their negotiations with the japanese. At the same time the latter reasserted yesterday their position that the Shantung question was not j on the Agenda of tile conference and enemies of the Imperial German government he la a an interest. English delegates Book passage Home for Ian. Ii Washington . 31. Definite decision has Cen made by Arthur j. Balfour head of the British arms delegation. To sail for heme january Lull will be accompanied by lord i1 of Freeham. First lord of the Briti Sli admiralty leaving sir Auckland Geddes Britain s ambassador. To wind up any remaining conference matters. The decision announced by the British delegation spokesmen was interpreted As a further indication of the Early conclusion of the conference. Heretofore steamship reservations week passing upon several of the in-1 not come within the scope of its made by or. Balfour and lord Lee constitutionalists leaders was severely j wounded. The second fight shortly after noon was quelled Only by the arrival of firemen who doused the egyptian students in Vienna put on anti English March Washington ate Tariff makers plan to Start next week the redrafting of the so called permanent Tariff Bill passed by the House last Spring. Their is to have the measure ready for the Senate by Early february but because of the div dual applications before it. Required William Rockefeller. A. A. Baker of new a Ork and Harold s. A Vanderbilt to withdraw from several boards of directors and the order today did not affect these cases in which specific action was previously 1 taken. Deliberations. Combatants we Ith water. The fighters j great task involved in passing on mor i Man returns to find estate gone now he wants it Back business Outlook for 1922 hopeful Bankers declare mrw York. N. Y., dec 31�?business aspects for 1922 Are in general. Pm f ii according to statements by eminent Bankers made Public to a by Tho american Bankers assertion. F be future of business and finance United states is encouraging j i Thomas b. Mcadams president j Tho association. Ile emphasized the importance of la country interesting itself in the Roble Dis of Europe in order that Merom Prosperity May lie main red. To said that although some try politicians Ami newspapers Moseij a Jug Xvi rope at this time. I Ute Prosperity depended on the v financial America answers the by associated press leased Wirt Vienna Austria. Dec. 31.�? egyptian students at the University Here assisted by sympathizers had a demonstration against great Britain this afternoon in connection with the nationalist movement in Egypt. The demonstrate distributed literature denouncing the British attitude towards Egypt. The police diverted the Manifest ants from the British legation but dept i tattoos were sent to the other legation. High winds kill one damage Homes through Nebraska Omaha neb., dec. 21�?high winds in Western Nebraska late yesterday resulted in one death and an Funesti mated amount of property damage at Alliance and grand Island according to advices received Here. Mrs. G. /. Crawford wife of the manager of a Grain elevator at daring. Was instantly killed when struck by the roof of a demolished outbuilding. The winds reached a velocity of 80 Miles an hour. Used thick clubs and revolvers. The chamber ? session was held in secret Only newspaper men being admitted As a result of thursday s disturbances. Many members had stayed in the chamber Over night fearing a Surprise election if they left. The social democrats who we Ere considered As representing the government won the election by a margin of Only four votes. The Liberal constitutionalists declared their acceptance of the result but charged that several of their supporters had been bribed. Of than 100,000 items in the Bill this Hope May not by realized. The first task before the finance committee is a decision As to the adoption of a straight out american valuation plan of assessing duties or the substitution of a plan similar to that outlined by president Harding in his Trenton n. J., dec. 31.�?oliver aah message to Congress Early this month. A Nazlett a tinsmith recently returned most members of the committee a from the weft after an absence of Parentis Are agreed that some spacial Crany years to find that he had been arrangement will have to be made. Fri orally de dared dead and his is the pleasure to be drawn is to afford Tate settled for the Benefit of his up real Protection to american Industry j Vaj Jve widow who since had died. From the cheap producing countries in Central Europe. Cattle men in Good position Stock growers. Chic ago authority says. Arf fast regaining lost ground Chicago 111., dec. 31�?cattlemen of the country stand on the thresh hold of an Era of Prosperity and the Man who has cattle will soon be in a Strong strategic position according to president s. B. Stafford of the Chicago live Stock Exchange who issued his annual statement today. Have been tentative. In British circles today it was said that much further pig rest in the settlement of far Eastern questions was not to be expected inasmuch As the conference has clearly indicated its adherence to the general principles set up in the four Root Resol it iou. Ald re elected by associated press leased Wurf a Ashington d. C., dec. 31�?dr. John Fitzgerald professor of Spanish at the University of Illinois was re elected resident of the american association of teachers of Spanish. 1 weather report forecast South Dakota fair tonight and 5 annual wu.,. Sunday slightly colder tonight East As an indication of approaching a rising temperature. Sun. Sullivan writes political review and 1922 forecast Mark Sullivan National political correspondent for the Mitchell Republican and a the new York evening Post has written a remarkable review and forecast of the National political situation. The special article appears on Page three of this edition. Or. Sullivan freely forecasts sonic startling political shake ups during the coming elections next year and lays Especial emphasis on the situation in the lower House where he says the let democrats Are certain to make startling gains. 59 votes cast at annual chamber of Commerce primaries now Haslett is trying to find a Way to get his estate Back so that he May leave it to the second wife he took after his return. Good times he stated that cows suitable for Breeding purposes have increased in value in the Western states from 10 to $20 a head in the last sixty Days. De Zehnpfennig of Ethan is so pop. Fennig writes a that you have an ular that he in being sought for of i pounced my name As nominee. For a. A. Sheriff on the democratic ticket. Seven of the men nominated j fire by a party to which he does not Amu m?8 me Gince j am a re pub aah Ith 59 members voting the annual primary election to choose nominees for directors for the Mitchell chamber of Commerce was held yesterday. Will to elected to office As directors at the annual meeting of the chamber to beheld soon. The men nominated follow la. E. Hitchcock. George m. Townsend. A Quot. Ii. King. D. R. Grigg. S. H. Scallin. A. Bryant. Lauritz Miller. Aah. R. Ronald. 4 Lovinger. Abe aah in kilns. B. A. Bobb a. Baron. Albert tuesday. And Robur Burns. I Quot a Gay a our a it Al it or or Zehn pm no sir zehnpfenn1ng is no Democrat anyway Ethan Man will not run for sheriff Ern port Day afternoon West and North portions. Aah Eather predictions for the week beginning monday Are lower Missouri a Alley generally fair except for Rains or snows Over Southern and snows Over Northern parts about tuesday tem peat lire near Normal. Xxx no temperatures by the republicans recording thermometer Friday 3 p. In. 40 6 p. In. 33 9 w m. 27 12 p. In. 2 3 even belong i bean and would not accept the office this was disclosed today when word of sheriff of this county even if was received from or. Zehnpfennig elected on the Republican ticket. A if there is any Way you can straighten the matter out for the democratic boys please do or. Zehni j Fennig adds. The a democratic boys Quot will have to name another candidate i that he will not be a candidate for the office of sheriff of Davison coup a. For which position he was nominated at the democratic proposal meeting saturday 3 a. In. 17 8 a. In. La 9 . 1 1 12 in a 3 p. In. 2b in. Friday. In. Saturday. Ther maximum 40 at 3 a minimum la at 9 a by the official government Rometer fam noon yesterday to noon today maximum 5> minimum \1 it at noon 24
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