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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - February 11, 1922, Mitchell, South Dakota
The evening Republican third edition vol. , South Dakota saturday february la 1922 number 114 comb Nat rail workers and miners Are to meet soon first co operative Union labor session scheduled for february 21 Chicago to be scene a Leavis says acceptance of invitation is a a especially gratify Engfor Sam foe principals in Mueax d. Taylor murder mystery Hasel Mary Sands tse my 8jtler, ans the victim by associated press loaded wire Indianapolis ind., feb. Llu the first joint meeting1 of the representatives of the Railroad men s organizations and the United mine workers of America will be held in Chicago february 21, according to an announcement made today by John l. Lewis president of the mine workers who called the meeting. The purpose of the meeting As announced by or. Lewis invitation to he rail Union chiefs for the conference is to consider an Alliance of the two million members of the rail and mine Union organizations a in resistance to proposed attacks on wage the miners meeting in special convention Here next week. Will adopt their policy in seeking new wage agreements effective april i. President Lewis said the acceptance by the Railroad organizations of he miners invitation to enter a i Point meeting was practically unania i Nous and a especially a it indicates that the organized i Railroad workers and mine workers a a cays a statement issued a have a pre i found recognition of the necessity for Doser co operation my re Fleet 8 a de i termination to utilize every proper Means of protecting the interests of to men employed in these Basic in destries. The letter setting the Date and i Ala be for the meeting was sent to or. H. M. Jewell president of the railway 1 employee s department american federation of labor Chicago and Heads of the sixteen so called stand i re Railroad employ yes Union. Initial arrest made by police in Taylor Case Cap of prisoner May prove Normand is quizzed vital evidence Mabel Sands search pushed Mistric t attorn is office throws shroud of Sec Fra v around investigation another flue shattered Fresno. Calif., Fob. 11 a the Man believe to by Edward f. Sand4, wanted in Ixos Angeles in connection with the murder of William Desmond Taylor. Who was reported living Iii a shark on the Banks of Tho san Joaquin River proved inlay to in a is he Tor named Sanborn who bad born living in the shark for months. so Rou <1 around tenons Angeles cal., feb. of secrecy has been thrown the investigation of the myi murder of William Desmond Miles Minter Irish political prisoners in England Tomb freed As Crown forces Are hurried to Ulster new Yap pact signed today Soi fit e of possible trouble Iii tween United states Ami Japan eliminated Edward f. Sands Senate committee hearings on new treaties of arms session open no opposition developed lorry Load of police near Cork held up i equipment is confiscated by associated press i eased wire Washington d. Cd feb. Llu the orig controversy Between the United states and Japan relating to the Ifica of Yap the subject of Many fic Island of Yap the subject of Many Solcs and other diplomatic exchanges was formally and anally a tided today with the signature of a treaty by representatives of the two count ties. The treaty which defines tile right of the United states in Yap Aud Ether islands mandated to Japan it under the treaty of Versailles were signed it 2 00 of clock by Secretary Elighes. For the United states and uncool Kijuro Shigehara for Japan in in office of the former at the state department. By associated press gyrated wire London eng., Fob. col i onial office announced today that pursuant to authority granted by the British Cau Iwaji his Lek 1 in to release the prisoners who were taken into custody for offences Corn a Nii Ted in England from Irish poli la Ira i motives prior to Tho Irish truce. The cases of Post truce offenders As Well As All cases in which the offenders were members of forces will be subject to further and individual consideration says the Annot acc int. Notorious russian secret police Rody is abolished today # by Amk in Tuoi pros leased ire p 1 Moscow Russia feb. against All persons under arrest for political offences in Russia must be made within a fortnight and within two months All persons ind i a lorry police equipment taken Fork. Ireland Fob. Load of police travelling from Mac-1 lion room to Bandon this morning was j held up by armed men. The Attak ers captured the car together with rifles and equipment but there were no casualties. A i est mils either be freed or turned Over to the courts riles Especial permission for further detention is revolved from the Centre executive commit co itself. This is stipulated in a decree published by the Central executive committee today announcing officially the passing out of existent o re the a 11-Russia to Cheka Tho soviet secret police and judicial Organiza Over Milf of s. Farm a Wmma surprising rum in is we set i Orth in Federal land economist today Rickard held in bail on charge of assaulting girls 4 Borah Xmas my questions. By i i mus to in Hiu Ste the Erk will be Battle by a so dated pros Lye Asci i wire Washington. I. <?., feb. treaties resulting from the washing Liy hich has been called ii special pcs la a a a by its chairman. Senator Lodge Don. I Asch wire York n. V., Fob. Rick re. Sports promoter today was held in $10,000 Bond for the action a a of grand jury on a charge of assault Massachusetts to consider them preferred by 15 year old Alice Ruck together with the treaties the and the children a society. I foreign relations committee had the counsel for Rickard attempted to 1 report olt la a american delegation at discredit testimony Given at previous Washington conference. This Taylor motion picture director which is being carried on by the District attorney s office. Even the arrest of Walter Thiele 25 years of age. Who lives in Oakland is not diseased with newspaper men. Thiele was taken into custody last night by two detectives and lie has been booked on charges of burglary and carrying concealed weapons it is hinted that he was arrested for complicity in the Taylor murder but no definite confirmation of this Rumor could be obtained from Thomas Leo Woolwine District attorney nor from airy of the attaches of Ilia office. Cap May la x i to i it was Learned. However. That Thieles Cap was carried by Tho detective into Woolwine a office when Tho District attorney was engaged Iii questioning Mabel Normand the last person known to Hao seen Taylor alive. The District attorney declined to say whether his program called for the summoning to his office of any person believed to be in Possession of information pertinent to the probe. Or whether today would lie devoted to some other Angl of the Lase. Which he described As a devoid of All workable Mabel Norma lid under i ire this followed closely upon ii night q in Gnu Cint in to Ysac Watcil pros loaded wire Muscatine to have own electric Plant Madalynn can to see her friends in front of jury by serrated priss in eased wire 1-os Angeles a Alif. Fob. La a mrs. A Ula Lynno Obenchain charged with 0 murder of j. Belton Kennedy j vol not be permitted to converso with "i�m0n friends and Well wishers in in court in tin presence of the jury v in if a trial is resumed next tues Ltd morning it. Was announced toil by. It i Tho complaint of prosecutors Quot asserted the grouping of women a he her some of whom have been 1 served kissing her. Was Likely to j prejudice the jury judge Sidney n. No eve presiding in the trial ordered th0 Bailiff to Forbit such conduct and to escort mrs. Obenchain from the Tom promptly at adjournments and j recesses i our battalions to go Belfast Ireland. Feb. It sir James i Raig. The i later Premier announced on arriving from London today that he had been assured four additional battalions of troops would be sent to Belfast immediately. A we have to consider the situation he said. Shooting occurred in the Quern Street area of Belfast morning. Police reinforcement s it to the scene. Whole North this were Muscatine. Iowa feb. Llu municipal ownership won a Victory Here Friday in a special election to determine the Fate of a $350,000 Bond Issue. Fly an overwhelming majority the City went on record to establish its own electric Light and Power Plant. Every precinct gave a wide for the City owned Plant. Public is tired of relay in Stillman Case judge asserts it Oil in proclaims annuity y Dublin. Ireland feb. Ill Michael Collins head of the provisional gov eminent issued the following decree of general amnesty a nov that a treaty of peace has i been concluded Between the Peoples j of Ireland and great Britain lie provisional government hereby decrees a general amnesty with respect to All acts committed in the course of Tho recent hostilities. The amnesty sex i tends to All members of the naval i military police and civil services of the British government. A the provisional government appeals to All citizens to respect this amnesty Iii spirit and letter. In this us in other matters we must not allow ourselves to be outdone by our late enemies in seeking that the wrongs of the past May be buried in seventeenth child born to Carpenter at age of seventy by associated press leased wire Star pity w. ., feb. Llu John w. Dusenberry of Star City aged 70 years is today celebrating the birth of his seventeenth child. At the age of three score and ten he is in excellent physical condition and works eight hours each Day As a Carpenter. The seventeenth child was born yesterday to ills second wife who is aged 50 years. By Washington. Go a feb. Farmers in the United states a rent i land equal to the combined area of Texas. Illinois Iowa Arkansas Multi j i Gan Wisconsin and Florida a or. j l. Stewart land economist declared j i today Iii analysing figures issued by i j the department of agric Tor showing that farm tenancy is increasing More rapidly than census figures indicate. J tenants ii said operated 37 per a cent of tile farm lands of the country Jill 192��. Representing 42 percent of j tile improve land. Improved land tinder lease alone equals six times the Niar Gin j area a Illinois he added and tile unimproved land rented is equivalent to More Titan the entire area of France. A in Point of acreage of no land or. Stewart continued. A both Delaware and Illinois Piave Long since passed the half Way Mark and in improved land rented the half Way Mark has now been passed by Alabama. Georgia. Iowa Kansas. Mississippi. Oklahoma South Carolina South Dakota Texas and Washington. In value of farm real estate rented. Illinois. Oklahoma Mississippi and South Dakota show percentage above fifty. The highest percentage it tendency shown by any state on the basis of improved acreage is 59.s for Georgia while the highest on the basis of valuation is co.3 for Illinois. Hearings by the Ruck girl and her i Friend. Anna Hess. After listening to arguments by j counsel for the society Tho magistrate i adjourned the proceedings ten Sporar i ii to allow by Kard to product bail. House accepts new Coop Bill m11 Surel Wii k ii permits i Vbk eting association now goes to president by associate Brens ceased wire Washington 1. Feb. a vote of 2 7> to 8. The Lions today accepted Senate amendments to tile Farmers co operative marketing Bill and sent it to the president for his a Prova i. The measure Long before Congress in one form or another would permit organization of marketing associations among Farmers for co operative dealing. Russ Relief Heads deny Hoover charge or press leased wire Poughkeepsie n. Y., feb. r delay in the trial of the Stilin a divorce trial was granted noun a a for the plaintiff James a. Stilton new York banker today but Quot preme court Justice Morschauser old the lawyers he would insist on Speed from now on. As a tile Public is coming disgusted with thin Case and j men. The Way it dragging on. To Brule Pioneer dead Kimball s. D., fell. Log James v. , a Brule county Pioneer Sot-1. Died at his Home South of Here cancer of the bowels. The decease d leaves two stepdaughters. Mrs. Has. Tali ii and mrs. Frank Stan to. One Only son died in deceased was tis years old 113. The Clever merchants use want ads to sell merchandise saturday free with two Oiler issues r quilts arc conflicting London. Eng., Fob. Jim conflicting reports come from Ireland concerning the attitude of the Southern provisional government toward recent kidnappings of prominent l ister men. The a whole Mai winery of the provisional government is being employed to secure the release of those according to the Dublin Cor i j respondent of the times who say j the raids arc deplored by every mom Ber of that government especially by Michael Collins its head. Against j this is a report from another source 1 ostensibly unfriendly to the provi j clonal government implying belief j that the Collins administration had j prior knowledge of the raids and i could immediately secure the release i of the prisoners by giving a direct order. Meanwhile the Ulster men arc still being Beld their whereabouts in a known and Many people in Dublin Are reported As convinced that they will not be freed As Long As the ten 1 gaelic football players arrested on january 15. A a and now in the Derry jail Are kept prisoners regardless of what efforts Arthur Griffith and or. Collins May make. Those taking this View infer Chat the matter surely will Lead to further and probably greater Lobule bet teen the no the and South. In tuesdays Republican % i a Helen Hunter s husband by Jane Phelps How Fate untangle the threads of Jack Hunters life a threads that have been tangled by a selfish spoiled and thoughtless wife makes up a Story of married life in the Home of a Young insurance agent that you cannot afford to miss. In the Republican beginning monday by associated press leased wire Chicago. Iii. Fob. Jim executives of the american committee for russian famine Relief wired president Harding a request for an Opportunity a to meet and refute the charges said to have been made against them by Secretary of Commerce j Hoover in a report to president Harding in which he stated that i More than of such Relief Organiza Lions operating in this Colin try Are a frankly communistic. Canadian officer get his Man after 10,000 mile Chase by associated press leased w ire Hail Francisco calif., feb. It tim Cid adage that the Royal Cana-1 Dian mounted police always get their Man is True in the Case of sergeant m. M. Stevens. Who has arrived in san Francisco with Chow Chimo Oske taken into custody at Mexico City j on a charge of double murder after no Chase lasting five and one halt months and covering 10.ooo Miles. The Chase for the fugitive led across j Canada the Atlantic coast states from Maine to Florida to new Orleans and into along with the treaties were presented to the Senate late yesterday i by president Harding who asked ratification of the new pacts without 1 Lay in order that americans professed desire to i i the world of War May not become a a hollow no definite program for consideration of Hie four Power arid other j treaties was agreed upon today both committee. The of was no demand for hearings however and senators said i the hearings probably would be dispensed with i tin four Power treaty was taken up first today by Mutual consent it was said. Senators Horah. Republican Idaho and Brandegee Republican conned Lieut who have been it1liud to �p-1 pose the treaty were reported to have asked Many questions and raised j Points As to the treaty a possible implications. Including a moral obligation for use of american forces in its of Aeron acc. It was understood that senator Lodge vigorously reiterated the Contention that Thor was no obligation for the use of Force and Only one Tor i discussion in the event any question j should arise challenging the four Powers insular rights in tin Pacific. Indications were said to have been i Given that there would be Consfder-1 Hbl it Deino Brnjic support for the four 1 Power treaty. There was no definite declaration today from any quart r of opposition to the treaty anti neither a was the question of reservations brought up. A half dozen of the committee members including some of 1 both political parties however were j not present today. Of new state statistics Pierre. S. P., Fob. Llu Fri he department of immigration is receiving this week from the Printer copies of its latest bulletin descriptive of its counties in the Western half of the state. Statistics heretofore unobtainable have been gathered by the department and ire printed in this bulletin. Weather report forecast i South Dakota Snow tonight and 1 sunday not quite so cold tonight. J weather predictions for the week a beginning monday Are upper mis i Sis Sippi and lower Missouri valleys j j considerable cloudiness occasional i Rains Over South and snows Over the North portions Normal temperature j local tempera urea by the official government ther j Rometer from noon yesterday j noon today i maximum 20 minimum 3 below i at noon 3 to new High water Mark yesterdays net press run of the evening Republican was 5,876 watch it grow ter 8 of clock it Itil nearly drub More than three a Ouirl a questioning of Mabel Norma lid. Film actress on of Tho last persons to Seo Taylor alive. Miss Normand. According to or. To olivine was unable to add a by Bing to the police data concerning Edward f. Sands missing former Butler Secretary to Taylor but apparently confirmed the District attorneys belief in the importance of locating1 him for to later said a Sands is the Man we must two admit Friendship miss Normand was the second aim actress of prominence to respond to a summons from or. Voo Winc the other being Mary Miles Minter who was in Tho official s private office answering questions while the funeral of the director was in Progress inst. Tuesday afternoon. Both miss nor Mand Anil miss Minter have admitted close Friendship with Taylor. When miss Norman arrive at the District attorneys offices sin was Iii a panted by her chauffeur. William Davis who drove her to the Taylor Home the night the director was killed and who previously has stat Taylor accompanied Lier to her automobile when she departed. Davis also was questioned briefly by or. Wool wino and ills chief Deputy. William i. Dorati who 5s assisting in tile investigation. Before miss Normand went into the private rooms with or. Wool wine an a or. Doran she issued a statement to the press in which t he said she could a not offer any solution whatever of the Taylor tragedy and denied she was in love wit it Taylor or had quarrelled with him. It was believed that letters of miss Normand to Taylor for several Days reported missing but later found in a Boot in a closer in tin Taylor Home were considered during the District attorneys questioning of the actress. report from Fresno gal., that the sheriff there planned to arrest today a Man believed to la bands interested the District attorney and the police. Or. Wool wine said he would be very glad to learn hands would be arrested As lie considered it a a vital Dement in the Case that All possible by Learned from the Man. He said he would comb the nation for the missing Butler. Four detectives were in attendance at the District attorney s office at different periods during the examination of miss Normand and Davis and were reported to have Start 1 on unnamed missions Early this morning. Umi by of to identify is se4 t a a related dry it a i eased xxx or Topeka. Has. Feb. 11�?an attempt to identify waiter s. Underwood held Here on an embezzlement it Harg As the Edward f. Strathmore who enlisted in the United slates Navy at Kansan Gity in 1919. Ami who is believed by los Angeles authorities to be the missing Edward f. Sands. Suspect in the William Desmond Taylor murder easy failed last night when j. J. Hinton of the Navy recruiting office at Kansas Gity. Looked Alt he prisoner and declared positively he is not Strathmore. World can rest now checker title Safe Glasgow Scotland feb. Stewart scotch checkers Champion today won the International by de eating th0 air Champion. Newell Henke of de Droit Midi
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