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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - February 4, 1922, Mitchell, South Dakota
Ten Page the evening Republican third edition vol. , South Lakota saturday february 4, 1922 number 108actus i As Slayer arms session moves swiftly towards close new treaty affecting China and incorporating Root Points is adopted will adjourn monday a in in. With i i i i review i i Mauk and of session 12 weeks i Hom open Ino by Assoria prowl Cas win Illy ask Iau d pres h Jird Wirt Washington i it. C., feet. 4.�? flip inns conference today wound up its work with a whirlwind of action of its sixth plenary session a his h id journey Al. 2 p. In. The final meeting of the conf rence will in held somebody a got to Lay Down their bundle Long enough to open the door m on Day. It formally t in Van Oum approved n preen in t $ to make for peat in the far Hast. And in the closing moments Arthur j. Balfour heading the British delegation voicing the feeling of statesmen everywhere that 1 Lina is the keynote of that Structure uttered a solemn warning that the world expected a respect of Settle i knits arrived at in strict Good Faith. Any nation the British statesman said which in the future aimed to Trai egress the principles Laid Down in the conference with regard to it Lino need not to plead ignorance nor seek to invoke any a secret in. Is Landing with minor chinese officials. Sounds 4.rave warning such a nation. Or. Balfour impressively declared would he consider d outside the committee of nations. In a Brief hours work which preceded a Day tilled with oratory in which the delegation lenders took Opportunity to pay tribute to president Harding for calling off the strike and for its work the conference put the formal stamp of approval on the of the three Long months of patient and not untroubled negotiations which will take their places in the niches of history. They were principally final approval of the four Power to Aellie treaty with a supplement pm a eluding the Homeland islands of Japan from its terms. Final approval of the far Eastern treaty affirming anew tile open door in a Luna and providing for her integrity against foreign exploitation and encroachment. Final approval of a treaty revision of the system of chinese customs a f. R4b herself. Siberian guarantees formal announcement of a Leolar Ion of principles on the siberian lesions pledging the territorial in Gerity of that land. Formal announcement of the agreement by Japan to hand Back Shan no to China a conclusion of a sublet that almost wrecked the peace conference at Versailles. Formal announcement of a declaration of Japan a famous 21 demands on China and formal announcement of Japan a abandonment of the the n of attacked a group 4 Annot soil 4 my ships a provision to the naval limitation treaty that none of the Powers pledged May soil any of their warships hot can now and the time they Are rapped. A Resolution to that Ely Al w adopted. A Resolution to improve the Protection of the chinese Eastern railway. While today a work virtually combined the. Work of the conference it will formally he closed monday w tit an address by president i lard cd All delegates Are Range nevits to return to immediately afterwards. Drington. I. C., conference no pc its close today y session at announced a a few l a a Barr witness victim of in Home town Schuler Williams is beaten kicked bruised by Wessington Springs crowd loses his Job also y h til Krow by esies Tau Anh i e ath ers for testimony i 4 it a Hei i be Heri famous women italians wait for smoke to Tell of a election of Pope summoned to Asrican Ifo of in ii i Sil Lily will i i Kalvi whip it Boun Maryline cause of new Irish dispute Bridge tender eats lunch and then tells police about tragedy Michael comans sia.4.estion meets with favor we Riska Yoh in i on Dov by pros leased wire Bondon Fob. 4�?michael Collins suggestion to Premier it Raig of Ulster for ii conference of the representatives of the whole of Ireland to adopt a common policy Ami Frame a Constitution is the main outcome thus far of the deadlock in the Irish situation. But it is to soon to indicate nation. But it Tho soon to indicate whether any important development is Likely to come from it. The editorial writers insist that the Boundary quest Ion is one for the two Irish governments to Settle and that St. Louis. Mo., Fob. 4.�?a. H. Prosper to years old sweeper of the municipal free Bridge reported to the police yesterday afternoon that an hour earlier he saw a Man Ami woman leap from the Bridge into the Mississippi River. Asked Why he did not report the matter sooner. Brevier is quoted As saying he wanted to finish eating his lunch. Tripp member May be next speaker represent mix egg us Thi Nus ii. 4. I res a olm probably will by. Elected that feeling in Wessington Springs is still running High against Hale Barr who was acquitted in Mitchell last week of the murder of George a. Clifton of Wessington Springs was indicated by word received in Mitchell this week. Schuler Williams Young High school Friend of Hale Barros who testified for Barr in the trial last week was virtually mobbed tuesday evening by a group of Wessington Springs residents who resented the fact that he had appeared for the defense in Barr s Case. Manhandled by Croud Williams Cairn Down town to get his mail tuesday evening according to the Story and was seized by a crowd of men was planned to tar and Feather him. Ile was knocked Down kicked in tile Back. Ami his face suffered several bruises hut the crowd went no further. They did not carry out the plan announced by some to apply the tar and feathers. Young Williams who conus of one of the most respected families in Wessington Springs and who has always had a Good reputation there has been employed at the Zink hardware company at Wessington Springs. Lie was subpoenaed to appear at Barros trial in Mitchell and spent last week Here attending the sessions of the court. When he returned to work last monday morning he was discharged and no reason was Given. His testimony was Brief a the trial in Mitchell Young Williams testified merely that he had been on a camping trip at one time with Dale Barr and that while out in a boat with several other boys Young Barr had become frightened and in his excitement jumped out of the boat into deep water although _ he could not swim. Many reports have been circulated in Mitchell that Pale Barr the defendant in the murder trial last week has left the City and gone to i Niak it his Home in California. Those i reports Are unfounded los the Young Man is still in tire Hoje a Quot in i this picture taken at the time of the election of Pope Benedict in 1914. Gives a definite idea of the ceremonies that will attend the election of his successor As soon As i he is chosen a proclamation is read to the multitude gathered before the Vatican and the new Pope makes his first appearance on the Balcony. Allied refund Taylor inquest police withhold name of girl believed to be implicated in crime director a mystery i ii Beker Man. Xxi it eix or is la i h 1.14 Hlll Xis 1 birr eix or in in x 11 in Reath imm est 4 flu r of by a sch Ialie in it i Asci xxx ire 1.1 is Zilg los. 4 ill., i cd. i Tell i ii by a gun shot ago Niimi. Inflict i by it a the ii unknown to Iii jury a till Homicidal the verdict of a Coroner Jota Here Imlay in inquest Over tin remains of William Hgt Nion a Taylor. Ile was slain of is Lay 44cuing Iii lits Home in a. Hie inquest was Uin \ici1<�?T4il terminated after Only Hap Avii lies of were heard. Main Norma my was the Only minion picture h4trtss to testify. The smitten close was for a Purist. In Oiler inst to inter ens a till tile Iii a gut Ion. Los Alist is. T�?TAl., fell 4. A oils stars of film Dom Ware summoned As witnesses today a the inquest into the death of William i o Osmond Taylor toot Ion picture director. So list Aud adventurer whose True name May be William Den Neta n tier slain by i�111 let in the Hack at his residence Here wednesday night. The police Iii a est i Gati on of the rime had revealed by today a Maze of complexities in the life of Taylor i a or Tanner. The director s reported affairs of the heart continued to be the leading subject of inquiry. Three Start in i inned Mabel Norma int. Mary Miles Minter and Neva Gerber Arthro of the motion picture actresses involved in a ii police investigation. Reports have 4 oui to the police they say. That a love affair at on time or another existed Between each of these and the slain director. Folic say. Without mentioning the Nam that a motion picture actress is the Center of their investigation. A theory of a a a revenge motive with i jealousy As the possible direct Caus is being Analyse they say. Edna in Urvi Anee and mrs. Douglas 176 held in Bank scandal or. Lolis grand i by 4 ites i Quot and end prov Eyre appear Here today in the inquest. Had \11aontiiroiis Carcer the chequered anti adventurous Iii kill hoi nos Een ally Xii it be career of the slain director of or. In on Mersl be and ii Ginger Klondike Pioneer Soldier and to Harding Foh action student of psychology. Known for by associated press encased wire her Sis a Bachelor living alone in Washington. D. Feb. 4.�?eon. Luxuriously furnished dwelling former governor in i Jerge 4 m a Abeel at e a of it Gress finally has cleared the a f or Ida d often visited by act re -0 Hastings will fight charges North do to it banker Deel bks he Xvi la fight Kati Dixion to Fargo w making a their Homes feb. 4�?the i swiftly to Avith a sixth which were Fertile far canteen re stating the policy of the door and affirming anew he Nial integrity of the old relocation the dream of Ber people the numerous encroachments p Ign Powers began years ago. Near treaty Fin revising the s. Tariff also was presented and a was cleared for another and plenary session monday when Iceni Harding will Mark the in. History making conference with dress. It is just twelve weeks since the conference was Lall-1 Tah r for the first time. Text of the chinese treaty Fol closely. And in some places ally the language of the resort previously adopted on the t by the conference. Without the treaty was alb of the nine the English government must keep out of the vortex of Irish polities. Tim Dii ily t Hron Icie says it is premature to talk of a crisis or deadlock until the method of Boundary settlement prescribed in the treaty is tried and believes that disaster Erin be avoided by adopting that method the morning Post. Representing fist views attacks Premier Lloyd George and or. Collins for their a a deception a in says Lister has no Chance for Justice if the Boundary Rev Iso n s submitted to a commission in a Bidi there Iii two votes against her one. A re of discussion a veil on a Roll regarding the conference s As in accomplished fait the h list ration today already was g Steps looking to suspension of on the thirteen battleships and e cruisers destined for the scrap although president Harding out not plan to begin the actual upping process until the Nava i a a Ity is ratified by the Powers he ask cd the Navy department for a rotation As to the status of conned Ion work on a Jiveh to base a i pension order. Xxx Odds us it Olic i tit i ast the text of the chinese treat Binh Marks tin conclusion of the a Ork of the arms conference follows j the United stabs of America. Del gun. Tho British Empire China farce Italy Jai in the nether but is an Portugal desiring to adopt a policy design to stabilize conditions in the far .ast., to safeguard the rights and in i is s of China and to promote in of a recourse Between China and the oth a Powers upon the basis of Equality a of Opportunity. Have resolved to conclude i treaty for that purpose As follows who having communicated to each i 0 or their full Powers found to be Ood and ii tie form have agreed i first National will celebrate birthday soon 4 of n i yes oldest Fin it in Iti Tran forty old m at it eur xxx Davison county s oldest financial institution. The first National Bank. Will observe its Fortieth anniversary next tuesday february 7. To celebrate the occasion. Hie officers Are extending a general invitation to All people of Mitchell and the remainder of Davison county to visit the Bank on that Day to meet the Bank officials and to receive a souvenir. With the expiration of its forty years of business til Bank has been granted ii new charter from the Federal banking department. The new charter a i 11 run for 2&Quot years and will expire on february 7. 194 2. The first National which is now the second largest Bank in Mitchell aah organized by s. F. Goody Koontz in 1x2. It has been conducted successfully Eer since that time. Its de a posits which amounted to Only $43, a 282 32 at the opening now total $1.-1 i 71,884.71. Sacramento cal., feb. 4�?john is. Hastings former banker of Fargo. N. Do a and at one time Secretary of the North Dakota nonpartisan league today surrendered to the Sacramento police who held warrants for him charging him with the embezzlement of $3.non from a Fargo Bank. Hastings said he came from Seattle where lie a been Iii business. Hastings through his attorney. J. M. Inman notified the office of governor Stephens that lie Avold resist extradition to North Dakota. Hastings declared the charge of embezzlement is based on a contribution of $3."on which the Sean Dina Vian american Bank of Fargo authorized him to make to the nonpartisan league Mote than three years ago and he charged the attempt to prosecute him As ii political a. 4. Townley. President of the National nonpartisan league also is charged with he same offence retooling to dispatches from North Dakota last week. He Avis quoted at the Lime As having asserted his innocence of any connection with the operations of Hastings. K. It it. Fresco St of Tripp county is one of the Moat favored candidates for tile position of next speaker of the House of representatives of South Dakota according to a statement by representative Fred Grace member of the House from Jerauld and Buffalo counties. Or. Grace was in Mitchell this week looking after business matters. A it looks to me As though or. Frescoln Bas the Best show of mustering strength enough to secure the coveted place a or. Grae said. A Jmc Lias served two terms in the House a. The i the opening of negotiations looking today reveals that he has been living to the refunding of tile eleven billion hanged Nam a a a ugh Dollar foreign debt. Thirteen years of a was i by vss4kiat44l press leased wire the House by an overwhelming a arced and possibly had u n married St. Louis mo., feb. 4.�?a total of Jority agreed to the Senate Amend in a divorced a so on a time. Ii a is 176 indictments were returned yes j ments to the refunding Bill and the formerly known As Tanner Achord Ter Day in the grand jury a final report i measure was sent to the president to deserted wife of his Bro of its investigation of the $754,000 a1 or. Harding is expected to approve i a ape Tanner of legend shortage of the night and Day it. As lie did not press his objections Jornov Bank funds for Walyeh a. 4. Meinich to tile Senate changes after lie Laid Gor. Cashier had previously been Are discussed them with 4�?Tha.troutn Ford rested and indicted. Some of the Ney. Of the House ways and Means indictments arc directed against nth 1 committee Anil Secretary Mellon who or officials of the Bank and its Dir is to head the commission of five a tetors among them former governor i theorized to conduct the negotiations e. Xiv. Major an judge Vav. Of. Al with the debtor nations. In of the St. Louis court of appeals. A to is a Viimsi Aii have been released on Bonds. Appointment Eft the other four com a. Mission by the executive is sex of the a prop Nat ions a of Mittee. J because it of his ability fairness and impartiality. I believe be would make an id Al presiding officer of the i or. Grace said that he does not expert any definite changes in political opinion since the lat election. A there Are indications however a j or. Grace added a that there a Iii be Many new members of both houses is Many of the �11 Republican Mem 1 hers arc not and kites for re Loc 1 balloting on Pope goes on without Choice of Early by xi4 >11. Saying in i l xxx e lab m Are Selee is 4jt 14 Kia reit Ter Iowa land is sold for $183 Kem Akk ble pres Xii. Bir egr farms it sheriffs Sale at go in go c Ity a greeted shortly. It was 1 and known at to Whit 11 oust t hat or. Harding planned to name Tavi turn hers of the Cabinet and a member each Ltd Fth Senate and House. There was no indication at the White House who would he named but among Tho mentioned elsewhere in connect in with i ,0 appointments were secretaries Hoover and weeks. Senator Vav it Ltd a of Diana and representative Long or h of Ohio. Nickola hesitates to form Cabinet in new italian crisis Eastern salvation army lasses will judge own skirt Atlantic City feb., 4.�?self-determination has been applied to the a doughnut girl Quot and her skirt. Eastern off Peers of the salvation army have refused to endorse a Resolution passed in Chicago that the knee length gown is a menace to morals and that army of a ear Mem More than above the ground. A every girl for he pol. E. J. Barker o a Why to fussy ass 1 is seven self cd it f new dial not inches blared York. Grange 4 try. La., i largest sheriff Tisa of a mix county Ava a Lien the land ten parcels a acres was offered it High St bidder. Six Hundred cig sold Tor a total of average of $183.65 Urie piece of 235 the party holding it for $50.50 an aet Gage. No bid was t eel of 160 acres a mortgage of $43.75 the Laud was sol to 200 acres. The 1 from $156 to $203 of 200 Dicres. With and most modern ments in the Conn $193 an Are. B. 4.�?one of the ie5 in the history s held Here wed Ben Mamie Berg segregating l08�� it auction to the to Flo acres were $125,800, or an an acre. Acres was sold to tin mortgage on e above the Mort dec Eivid for a parti Ich was under a per acre. I in parcels of 4 0 prices paid ranged in acre. One piece a set of the finest farm improve a was sold for borne Italy feb. 4�?two More ballots were taken today by the sacred College in session Here in an Effort to elect a new Pope. Neither ballot was final. Home. Italy. Feb. 4.�?the Early this morning rumours spread j understood to have offered the through the City that the College forming a new Cabinet to l had completed its labors and select Nickola president of the or cd a successor to Benedict xxx deputies. Streets around the Vatican immedi it is known that the lately Avore thronged with people a Quetant to accept having re Ger to catch their first glimpse of the Oral similar offers in the Pas but of. Aj4,f new pontiff. But soon after the crowd is said to be wavering and r rile pres Irh. In had gathered there drifted lazily sure of the majority groups in the Lim it. Above the Chimney of the sistine Cha chamber do no. 1 of d near her who Hist night announce that the slain Man had support Ber by sending checks of $5o monthly for the last six years. I0ice Are continuing their search for Edward f. Sands a ported also to i known As Edward fit More the missing Butler of Taylor who disappeared never i months ago following which Taylor filed a till the pol ire charges of grand larceny against him. While most intimate friends in the film world of Taylor did not know of his previous marriage this Butler did. For in the name of William Deane Tanner in pawning at Fresno articles stolen from Taylor. Lived Iii 4.real fear a life of fear of ii at ii during the last few flays of his existence Olds to the dramatic mystery of the dual existence of Taylor. To mentioned to at least on person police say that he had premonition of it Rath. Review of Taylor friendships and activities was said to have brought the police int Clos with his companionship with a turn a a r of motion picture actresses 1 to eluding among the most Promin a pm. Mabel Norman. Mary Miles min a of Iff and Flat re Windsor. A to Quot had Many flair miss Normand is said to have admitted. As did Neva 4erie a a a film actress that Tayrn red to said a i weather report Pel the Tell tale smoke indicating that another ballot had been taken anti failed. Munda is the Only newspaper veil egret i Turing to publish a purported result South Dakota tartly Cloudy to of what the conclave accomplished in night and sunday warmer East and its first Day s sitting yesterday. Central portions tonight. This account says that Cardina weather predictions for the week Gasparri and Cardinal Lualdi. Arch i beginning monday Bishop of Palmero. Were leading on upper Mississippi and lower Minnie first ballot w the cardinals la Souri valleys fair except for unset Fontaine and Laurenti. Not. There tied with local snows wednesday and being scattered votes for cardinals thursday Normal temperature. Ascal Icsel. Lega Ratti and facet is Wal temperature Force 111, All Are italian members of by the official government the rom Tho sacred College. Mete i rom tip on pc amp verday to noon the second ballot according to the today newspapers Wmk virtually unchanged maximum a of a. Ii owe a Mother s. 1 i it i. Tho first automobile Taylor. The Poi miss Windsor As actresses in the clues As Salt a a trip into the 0 said to be a on shall Neilan i inc motion social Ion of Whir pc silent the spec i i i invest Iga help the police i i plan via Dsoris k her with View it tier mar actor. My As led d a o a it a a follow continued on rage six Leonard intr Wiek. Gerald Francis. And o. Vav. Coursey. All of Mitchell judged a debate in Plankinton Friday evening. The debate was Between j Woonsocket and Plankinton High school. Plankinton won unaniir�rt2dy. I or. A. J. Buffalo received an announcement today of the marriage of miss Ruth Wagner of Sioux Falls daughter of or. And mrs. E. E. Wagnor. To Leonard Groff Martley a travelling Salesman of xxx ate town. J miss Wagner formerly lived in Mitchell travelling Salesman of water it town. Miss Wagner formerly lived in Mitchell and attended school Here. She ifs a graduate of All saints school and spent a year at school in California. Or. And mrs. Martley will live in vex a ate Towa i Russ labourer and heiress wife give curious ones slip new York. N. A. Feb. 4.�?leaving behind them a Mutl Digap join Ted group of new Yonker who curiously awaited their marriage an j a tuned for four of clock the after i noon. Or. And mrs. Anama is Andre Vitch Yonsia Skoy Vonasia Skoy were Todd it some where in s a Thuv have Hurni amp drum sir he while the last vote gave a Strong majority for Cardinal Mistrangelo of Florence Many votes being lost to Gasparri and la of Taine. Vatican officials who. Although nor attending the conclave Are reputed to be Best informed say ail this is speculation. A bandits Rob jeweler Chicago. Ii feb 4.�?two bandits today entered a jewelry store in the exclusive Sheridan Road residential action handcuffed the proprietor and after gathering up jewelry valued at $ 10,000, fought a pistol fight with policemen outside. One policeman avid one of bandits was wounded. Minimum 9. At noon 29. The try of the major m Tun a a to head the Eoy it another aug mail has been a was ii 1 a la a Tho found articles Are restored to owners through Republican want ads. S Vii Row free with twit tither i a a rom tic 4 to Cpl ers in directors Lii k revealed Chicago. Iii. Feb. 4�?chapters in the life of William i.,. Pc r a it in los Angeles wednesday nigh Motel Taylor it a. Who was lain hied Here today by his met Taylor was Well to urns As William a re Art connoisseur it Tiai Ager of a prom Vor k or of Arteue f 1 a dealers and has a Large Circle continued on Page six were re friends. It was known p Deane to he was then to
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