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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - February 4, 1922, Mitchell, South Dakota Page sixth evening Republican Mitchell s. D. Saturday february 4, 192 City briefs Plank clearings $119,657 37 or. Xiv. D. Soh rms Horn will preach a the morning a rare the con Frega Tiona Hun h sunday. His subject will be a St. Peter and the keys of the h. L. Dawes superintendent of the anti Saloon league will spend sunday in High or in in interest of the league. A ret sum f 5 74 23 was Given to the Mitchell a dub today local i. C. T. The members of u. It t usually make an annual nation to the club but this year upon a Dan e. Which they fwd to evening Al or my miss mix n. It �?�>., m t a tonsils a \ a i to it a at i Tai. Pattie i a re k treatment a. Eds on in k a h by g. Pm r. Mis. Mary Dill will Leav night Tor i j. A where employed at to e ten per quarters of the South Dak it ers a a. To u. For Rem a do Saie a it considered As state head of child welfare Ink Al woman >1 Quot Axxe i la he of fed Kra i up Prole Al Mion iou so in the Dakota by Hies and Moi ii Krs mrs Grace heed . Of i Kitchen. State director of then a East he f is heir j Lively cons dered a i the state for the Mon of Fco and of the child welfare work in South Dakota in connection with f father and Mother seek to discredit daughters Story in trial of Sioux Falls Man i Hirn. Rnov-4 2 s will by i feral i Ato mity i a never a r .3 i 4.1. As erne of the go St a n and other Lions did Alf in wer i it Iii y b. A die Law for the \ rejection in i i Tes is Lestin e to urge extent with Previ a i a a till speaking through an interpreter the parents of Katherine Kline who came from Russia twelve years ago and Are now living at Java. S. I apr a Are a on Hie witness stand in the trial of John c. A less Friday afternoon to discredit the testimony of their daughter Katherine the daughter. Was on the witness stand the entire morning and told the jury that Ross. Who is on trial had persuaded her to leave Sioux Falls after she had Quot Een assaulted by Henry and. It s Ert. Ross is having persuaded her to leave Sioux Falls in order to suppress her tester by at the hearing of Ross and Rath in \ in i i daughters veracity. Both or and mrs Kline testified that their daughter had a reputation for not telling the truth among the people n their Home mrs Kline the Mother appeared in court wearing a Gray handkerchief tied Over he could not understand Blit Vej v i a him. They both in their examination that they had seen miss Kline talking to r the Wise drug company i r at least so minutes at once time Hyre miss kiln4 testified she knew r this testimony was strike out later on motion of the state. Mrs Clara Seibert wife of August Seibert or f he men accused of assaulting Kline was called to the witness Star by the defense. She was that Katherine Kline i. He a and she would drop the Case against f mrs Seibert would give y to leave the state. Mrs rot allowed to testify. Tanner suddenly surprised several old acquaintances by calling on them at their horn4 a Dos Angeles. He is reported to have told them that he a i been a shanghaied at night in lower Broadway new York. And was taken aboard a sailing vessel bound around Cape Horn. He reached a port on the Pacific North West coast several months later he is to have told them. Never fully explaining the re a or for doing so he adopted a a name a i Taylor Ard was unknown As in Dos Angeles. To have test. Telephone i be willing or Seibert her the Ynez Sei be it was h a r h a a d any Ere a inc Dows two i a Teve Kun. # to an of mrs yr.�?T. A Ara of in As Power to ii pm. Of the d by the u a nod of live none Winch disa r prove quest Ion it acted As k Wever. Ross the defendant. Who s a Forro a try Dezbe of Sioux Falls was t called t Hie stand. Women in court again. Numbers of we men attended the Floris o it he court Friday and this women came to Hie a a see that the Law Are . Or. Giddings in n their presence in the tiring his plea to the Ross at i Fluer. In i until t .5 were to sex be. Ted to Quot a a cd to i in pea ii Ivy in a a it or. K for i s m e. T to by h Tai w Elf Ai work won i for the exr the it a it w is w 7 Horning the a of to room to it forced they omm Eming it Curt room to Ary. Said a Par it ugh to Bear to secure the Atte rid it. Of of Many women at this trial tit a t e Cash teas moved 0 Miles Way f to Falls toe care the a a Judi e there it is apparent that or a s out Falls people Trie to stir in or id i a in Mitchell. A it in it is just As Nyht for to on for my n to take an interest in uses u court a or. Giddings added. And. A Hank god i believe the tire vill it on be Here when women will a a met today a tomorrow matinee 2 30 killing 7 30 and 9 15 admission 15�?T and 25c we. Demille presents Lois Wilson new Vork Kigar new York feb. 4.�?th� raw a in Market was steady and in hanged 2 1-16 cents for us a. Cost a freight equal in 13.67 for a or fug Porto Rico were quoted at $3 St centrifugal. No Werr p a there was Little variation in raw sugar futures and cd were unchanged to i pen or. Covering for Over t. Caused an Advance Early to red liquidation in Etc March 12 2>� May $. September 12.6 the Market for re it r. Unchanged at 13 00 to i granulated with Only a i Ftp fined futures were w actions and closed in a Points lower March $5,2 60 july fu.63. New York probe new York n y pet # unsettled Creamer t Ras 36 3-4 i 3 i. It r a t e ? or a f. A pc or state Dairy f nest 3 4 -2 c hers firm receipts i ,./� gathered rets 3 a i 4 ref net High week in c a be a .1 la a v c title cd it put or \ in Al in a the lost Romance deep in the heart of every Man and woman is a lend Romance a a i to fun dream of what might have been. Also two reel comedy a ill Arn Yard Cavalier be ii Quot i ave. Ivy arms session moves swiftly towards close tent of the United states will the necessary communications i Sig at by Power and vill contracting Powers cd of the in rec pc d Lief re Nee by any shall by corny effective on in v a a. V. A i Bater u. V ave clo r s Ierne. Or or. I at merits has a Burguin Mitchell up r h Dakotan a a of a a re is 11 dog t it. It. Vermillio w w in Short play Wesleyan Baptist Uhl and i Oill Vii trip it Morrow go Max. Quot ii m nil Quot in eni i i c on Artic fag a Cov in bar it Ina acres to a St 11 Verf i Arm a a. C to. I i Hammer i Resh. Wanted be Railes hit act m \ a1. Re a at w hell. M i Pierre Adeleno i mrs h b k. My mrs. Earl Nan can John c. Brown. A. In by ill of t i. Jul. J. % Var play bask it e1 gym c a n a a a adult 11. Ca me trip. B so tall in Day to \ves? at met Row it re Lim. Narc e Ca in a followed by t a a ittle son Ray left this afternoon for it to visit mrs. parents. An Oyster s upper will he served to ill modern Woodmen free of charge monday. Feb. 6th at 7 p. In. At eap a cafe. Regular meeting will be him in the Hall Over the Hub clothing store at p. In. J r n Oil Nal Day will be observed at the first presbyterian Church m Day. A special s Vic will be held at 7 30 p i. The speakers will be or. Ranshaw of Minneapolis or by s Las j red three de feats so far in their Early in the week the team lost to Aberdeen Norma 2 3 to 2�?o they were Defeated i a Redfield Ccu Llu be 0 to 23 and lest to Huron College Friday evening _ s to 33. The or a in line up for Soux fails for this evening will include Iverson Center demands and Olson guards and Captain a j Mccaffree. Forwards the substitutes Are Lackey and Mac Lell in. Oyork City. In. Wash and or. Putran a to Hill and of Draper were i it in Mic ii Ferrell of Spokane k a re. R a a teed is 0 at xxx. George m. Mark Gay sex a h. Err granted a marriage Ell Friday. Mrs a it. Al Hor returned for Jay from Aberdeen where she attended a meeting of the a xes Tulve committe of the South Dakota amen an legion auxiliary. J. C. Lindsey and w. R. Ronald War i to Yar c r Fri i y j a for a Fly Bate Between the Tyr. La21 a i Yankton High schools Tyndall Moi unanimously. The City of a in ratio of clubs will meet next Friday at 4 r int thy. W. C. A Coal on track 7 50 delivered. Xxx a William mrs. C. E. Edwards has return i to her Home in Groton after Al siting at the Hon a of her Mother. Botte 312 East firs avens a Rev. Gay la xxx Hite. D a the method Huron. Went to Geddes today who re he will conduct revival services l r a week or. And mrs r. L. Cunt legs. Alexandria. Spent Friday visiting at the Horny of or. And mrs. Chari Cummings. 1116 Hast third ave nut. A a Welch returned to his in this morning afr an Over night visit with his aunt. Mrs j. L win held. 416 xxx est if h Avenue. A and mrs j cur. Kramer a turned Toke in Ock this Morni a a Friday visit at the Home of or. And mrs. Carl Sandman s i East tenth Avenue. Mrs i. A. Bolus and children of rear Mitchell left this morning for a two visit a h the formers parents in Brighton i or. And mrs e d. Boe Tell. 1123 North Lawler Street Are the parents Wesleyan Campus players present a Stop thief at Ket is of thief a George m. Cohan s us yes soul far a a comedy brought its usual laughs Friday evening when presented by the Dakota Wesleyan Campus players at a he metropolitan theater the proud i n Way staged under the dire non of miss Gwendolyn Low her. Cecil Duncan As William i Arr. The absent minded father who feared he had become a . Was easily the Star of the play. Or. Duncan gave a Clever interpretation of the part. Xxx ill Lam Dun an and Siiss Eileen Hemphill the two real thieves also did w la in their role. Miss Beatrice Gale and Ralph huh ird appeared As the Bride and bridegroom miss Lillian Wells a mrs a Arr. The Bride s Mother miss Julia Tomlinson and miss Irma Hubbard took the role of Sisters of the or. In and Glen Seymour and Lawrence Durkee appeared As or. Jamison and or. Willoughby. Hugh Craton As the police sergeant was one of the other particularly to j ton i the a i lest and j Opportunity to China develop and maintain for herself i effective and stable government. A a 3to use their influence for in purpose of effectually f staid and maintaining the prior Pele of in equal Opportunity for the Comers a and Industry of All nation Iron ghost the territory of China 4to refrain from taking add of Condu in China in order to seek Rye. Ii rights or privileges who h we a a a Ridge the Rig its of subjects or citizens of Friendly. Is. And from count enhancing action inimical re the securing of such a article 2, the contracting Powers agree not to enter into any treaty agreement arrangement or understanding. Either with one another or individually or collectively with any a wer or Powers which would intr n g a the principles stated in article article 3. With a View to applying More effectually the principles of the open d or or e Quality a f of a Unity in China for the Trade and Industry for All nations the contracting Powers other than cd Ira. Agree that they will not seek or support respective nations in seeking. A a a. Any arrangement when might purport to establish in favor of their interests any Genera superiority of Ris inertial or any designs Witt Komi it Reg re Peet v develops j of a a him Good member the cast. James keen As the minister. Robert Steadman As the detective Galvin Walker. Melvin Strong and Arnos Rodgers. As policemen and a k xxx if. As a chauffeur completed the cast. Of a so e l x a i n i bight a Peg a the will my noon a ill a trip the son of music club Sirn Friday february 3. A. Day clerk at the cd re tuned to Mitchell last a month s in limit s twelve of clock club the Mel theater sunday s will give a a rated i Tui a his trip rough Europe it Ixo Vesle it an school of will it a violin select Loc aging v. 11 be directed by xxx Ai judge Bros. Sales bring Good prices surprisingly Good prices for horses cow chickens a practically a1 a Ive Stock and machinery Are being secured at the sales now being cried by Judice Bros. At kit a res Sale near Forestburg to of horses brought 5 379. A Owa for s chickens la 35 or Sale held a f w Day Aga attended by a very Good crowd. Sold for s3o and Good Price e secured n everything sold a up sold mum was cows we to a a Ltd. Any such monopoly or prof Era no e a would de rive i National or any other Power of the right of undertaking any legitimate Trade or Industry in China or of part. Ipa11r.- with the chinese government or with any local government in any category of Public enterprises or who h by reason of its scope duration or geographic extent is calculated to frustrate he practical application of the principle of equal Opportunity. It is understood that the foregoing stipulations of this article Are not to be so construed As to prohibit the acquisition of such properties or rights As May in new a scary to the conduct of a particular commercial Industrial or financial undertaking or to the encourage Mer. Of invention and research. I a China undertakes to be guided by the principles stated in the foregoing stipulations of this article in dealing applications for economic right and fat Rivi Lezes Felt governments and nationals of All foreign countries whether parties to the present treaty or not. A article 4. The contracting Powers agr a not to support any agreement their respective nationals with each of her designed to crease spheres of influence or to provide for the enjoyment of mutually exclusive opportunities in designated parts of chinese territory. A article 3. China agrees that throughout the whole of a he railway.? in China he will rot exercise or permit kind. To a no of a United states Quot la Xii Ste kit regarding a him Quot i t Mukes i Quot it Mai xxx aching or. V a. Feb. 4 a he ref Van s it a a of fhe to neat resp Iii z cd a so Tariff to Day at the arms conference i the try a repeats in a us Are the provisions of the Tariff re so i tier adopted previously but in different language x article one provi Iles for a revision con in ret at ii in Rnea a Tiv and to revise the chinese import Tariff on a bas.? of five or re it t Effe Ivy. All the nine pow re will he re rest r t cd. The Rev Sion to lid be Complete within four months Ai i become effective two months later. Article two provides for a a a special conference of the signatory Powers to meet in China within three months to revise existing treaties to permit it r vision of i surtax. By article 3 the special conference also would Tak tips toward abolition of internal chinese a Hkin Quot tax. Under article 4 another revision of port duties is urged As soon As the first revision is completed and per a Iodia revisions would take place every four years. Article 3 pledges the Powers to a effective Equality of treatment and of Opportunity in All that pertains to the chinese tariffs. In do a article 6 the a principle of uniformity c land and maritime fronter.? agr cd to. Art in 7 fixed two and on half percent and Valorme a the charge for a transit passes. Article 6 inv.t�? other Powers to Adjere to the treaty. Article 9 provides that the treaty shill override Eli Eon filet in previous agreements. Gale sunday and monday Ion Tinamou Quot boat 2 .30 toll 10c anti 25� hum Linz i Amily orchestra Donald Crisp in a the Bonnie Briar Bush x woe hit of scotch and Mucklo Oha Titan ital lire mended into a Romance which non the heart it of the world. A1"� Ivy the news Gale today continuous Quot shot a 2 3� ii admission hic am 25< trundling family Orch Quot tra Tom mix in a sky High Riding a Hor a on the run f the 4.rand Anion and flying t plan through it air pull in Tom mix. A1"� �?�31 trl Mon i x Aio a shake pm i i a by % a i today or let matinee inc Ami i a a2 woman a work i Quot lieder done Quot it note an Raa till love Aud luxury while to a Tho ten of a the blot a mme i Chi x it a Ythi me Quot Quot i i a1-� a xxx Inners of in i xxx i i a pier 11 \ eve i tue Quot. Xxx i Beth Gebru to it 7. Quot a. Xxx ii Ltd a a min xxx \ \ the talk Ltd of Meriea pc pro sure on nerves r i is Asey h \ a hiroprajlt3c Loam cat and re moves the cause of ds�a.?� Man a disease have one Tori 1 Mon origin the impair a ii Lyric three Days tues., wed., thurs. Feb. 7, 8, 9 Lois Weber presents mat do men want a swifter Tow crime actual some Quot of new York police Georoe in action Lyric Quot inbox xxi mond xxx Price. Matinee la a of 2 i Tuii Itig e m an Ltd 2� Lucy dura1ne in a Good and evil i a two Rod 4 Nett Ira a it Rny Al a cart Tajn and i it Quot i intern Btl in i new Quot to f3> Dav Xvi \ve1>ne"d\x it it it a inv Kroeni a Xvi at Day min want it. The talk of Ymeri a Tycon if in Lart adjustment Energy. A Quot a e of a Vas to a p a a sure and allows the t tinted flow c v a needed to Supply the Bod with health and strength con nerve for a Artio con Iff h it i Ion for parliamentary Rafi Fiath famous Yemen summoned a to Taylor inquest a continued for in rage one in if ii hip friends . He secretly married i Ethel my Harrison in pm be t of the original Florodora company and they had a child. Ethel Row 14 year old. In i $04 according t his friends he suddenly disappeared in nijstenou.? fashion and his wife was unable to give a a clue to his whereabouts or to a?.? in a reason flt r i actions. I a a a a years later i was his was reported the ii ave obtained a divorce and since had married a prominent new a a Ork Mer-17 to b it cd App ind suddenly in a it Quot to a hour two years later it was . In Iii a Iii la a a pc # w lit health comes first i i Cen us about it. I 1 i Patterson of Lvi Schowalter i Cju surf Pic amp a mothers fathers we 404we5mw met. By i i pupi by i in Par in amp Tiki Nat a or a a is n nil i Var direct or i a d of i auction sales tire Aura unusually Large crowd and the fact to it they Are rebuking crowds a attested the spirited bidder Ani p which o d Good p that Are being obtained. In lace Mac lean. Or. And or. John . Aft. Vernon passed through Mitchell Friday afternoon a or it Fot a with relatives in xxx Mot cd a or. J. I. Win Fie id 41 xxv fifth Avenue and or. Re a or la a r Welch were called to Parkston this morning on account it r to Erous nine?.? of j. D. Xxv b. Fal.r of air Winfield and air. Web h. Is Xix or training for to x ii i lits Competition for teaching position a next year win be More intense than Ever before. Holders of the Best certificates will be the ones who get the position third Grade teacher will fall by up Way Side Tho a holding second licenses should try very hard to secure first grades and those having firsts should try for state certificates. The Eastern states Normal school at Madison will offer in its summer sessions beginning june 5 and july 15. All of the work necks sary to improve licenses of any Grade up to life certificates issued on add. A need diplomas. Send for inform Uon. Reams again Heads Road committee of chamber of Commerce xxx. Ill who headed the the chamber of. Was to a in sett Road Coni Lect a to have charge of that part it of the org ones work. At met a a a of tile Board of director.? this week. A a Thor members who will serve on the Road committee this year Are la. C. Rain Arthur Smith h. W Gardner i s. Lifschultz w. M. Modon Al i. J. 3# Bie l. R. Cass Thomas Colley. Xxx ill Tam convey. Neb Jensen xxx. J. Lucas and h. X is cry a mrs. It. B. Palmer xxx of new Ket was a shopper in Mitchell Friday. Mrs. Roy Putnam and son Denver returned to their Home in Artesian Friday afternoon. The latter had been a patient at a local Hospital. Mrs. G. It Mack. Chamberlain in j Derwent an operation at a local Hoe pit a1 thursday. Fng is of which the ing or the origin or goods or the country for which they Are in signed or the nationality or ownership of the ship or a Thor Means of conveying such pass j engers or goods before or after their transport on the chinese railways. The contracting Powers other than China assume a corresponding obligation in respect of any of the aforesaid railways Over which they or their nationals Are in a posit or to a Xor a Cise any control in virtue of Ary Concession special agreement or otherwise. A article 6. The detracting parties. Other than China agree fully to re Spect China s As a Neutral in time of War to which China is not a party and China declare that when she is a Neutral she will observe the obligations of neutrality. A a article 7. The contracting Powers agree that whenever a situation i arises which in the opinion of Anuj one of them involves the application of the stipulations or the present treaty and renders desirable discussion of such application there shall j he full and Frank conversation Between the contracting parties concerned. A article s. Powers not signatory to the present treaty which have been recognized by the re signatory Power and which have treaty relations with j China shall be invited to adhere to the present treaty. To this end the o. L. Branson amp co. Bankers Mitchell South Dakota for Quot Alc no 1h5. Quot it ii room cottage West Side partly modern. New excellent condition. $2,600 for a Quot Alo no. 1x6. Six room Cottas North de partly mid a in. Good condition. <2 700 i or Quot Alc no. Is. Nino room House South Side modern sex sep Furna it e. Garage we Iota i. So. Oho for Quot Alc no. Iss fire room Cottar North Side in Oder new. Double s i rage Excel a inside finish $5,000 for Exchange Fig acre improved Lyman co., near Reliance. A ant Geed Quarter near Mitchell. Must be improved. Wanted have inquiry for a cheap Small House dose in. Or suitable lot on which to build. Steamship ticket.? to All Atlantic Points canard. Swedish a a Rica to. Royal an other i j re largest and finest vessels afloat. Insurance i ire and Tornado automobile Grain. Good companies and Good service. Indemnity Bonds for All purposes. Contractors Fidelity official judicial probate. Investments real Fatale fort gages. Warrant Safe and sure with Good return. Banking commercial saving and general banking business. O. L Branson amp co. Bankers f rather pleasant to have the insurance Money ready to put up your building and put you on your feet again. Hov much longer Are you going to put this insurance matter off by not see us at once miss Fly t i Iii i american youth the Hope of the w orld another study of Modem social life a thrilling message that will Challenge the attention of this Wideawake Community. Or. Semans dedicates this message to the Young people of Mitchell methodist Church sunday / 330 p. M. Special High school features saxophone Solo insurance Agency Wester nation in Bann bloc. Monc 349b n or its North of iving a it s Wortell insuring re f our faultless conduct is the result of our Devotion to the a la highest principles la Justice rules our business conduct Courtesy Marks our professional manner. Established Issac h. Nobleton funeral dip ect0r5 ambulance service a non efficiency in banking is the thing in which we take a lot of Pride. The biggest men in town and the surrounding country Are among our depositors. And we have a Barge number of Smauzer accounts which we Are watching grow. They too will be big accounts some . Big or Little we give each individual account our personal attention. New accounts come to us every Day. Come in Ancl Alk Over your banking with Xii and Start an account. Jugg q Mitchell National Bank n 11 til i ii f by l

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