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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - February 17, 1922, Mitchell, South Dakota
The evening Republican third edition vol. Xxxviii Mitchell South Dakota Friday february 17, 1922 number 119fordney pro uses Bonus Republican is a Scarlet woman of stage now on Over 6,000 Mark trial by Broadway Treater Heads in circulation i Roy Ronald general manager tells Why predicts greater usefulness growth just started inn Arron of 1.500 headers in three months made Fossi Hee by new equipment when the evening republicans not get press run thursday went Over a Mark it reached Tho High iolent in the history of the paper and to increase of 1,500 since novem in a i. 1021. Growth in subscription i iring recent weeks has brought the i elation of the paper Well Over previous High records. Actual paid a Advance circulation totals about in less than Tho net press run Ash a extra too papers Are needed each any for Street and counter sales and j or flies. A a reaching of the 6.aho Mark rep Rosenta to a certain extent a delayed i growth in the circulation of the Pap said Roy Ronald general Man a Ger. Today in discussing this achieve j neat in the history of the evening Republican. A the delay was due to he fact that the old press room equipment was not adequate to hand a e any increase. For that reason the Aper did not then make aggressive i a regulation campaigns. Press Handicap removed a the old press had a capacity of 1.000 copies of the paper per hour i my was also subject to Many delays i a a cause of Breaks in the paper and Liber difficulties. The new loss Iress which is now installed has in Mem Par Ison a capacity of 24,000 Pap a is an hour so that thousands in j circulation May to added without linking any material difference in the i Cork in the press room. A Trotter press room eau it on enter. T Ronald continued a has mad a Ma-1 Erial improvement in the service in to ways and has resulted in an immediate growth in circulation. Vith the new press we Are Able to deliver Tho papers earlier in the City a that every family should have to Imper by 6 p. Iii., each Day. Service vastly improved a another Way in which the service s improved is the fact that the owns As far West of Mitchell As Chamberlain Are now getting the last edition of the paper each Day. We ire Able. To get the papers out with lie new press Early enough to catch the West train with the City edition. A the people West of Mitchell read i the evening Republican at the same Ime As people in Mitchell do. A not Only does the new press give pucker service but it gives surer Sor j vice a a or. Ronald added. A there is j a rely any difficulty on the press to a use delays so the delivery of the j a Aper on time is assured. A that the people Are already noting he better service is shown by tin fact that the paper has increased its j of press run by 1.500 a inc november i when tile new press was in mailed. The entire increase in the circulation has been made without a single solicitor being in the Field. I relieve this illustrates significantly so fact that Mitchell is the logical lace from which Central South la Jota should receive its or. Ronald then told of the new j Mon edition which was added feb i Mary i. New edition added a tim noon Issue of the evening re i Mulican is delivered Early enough so hat it goes South and East on the j in ins leaving shortly before noon. J Quot his makes it possible for the people auth and East of Mitchell and on the \ rut our and Platte lines to get their i spy of the evening Republican the i no Day it is issued in Mitchell Oping it learn 40 new towns to such Vicc by the Republican. In Many j f these towns the Republican is the Aly evening paper delivered on the i a it of publication. A we believe a or. Ronald added i that the circulation growth of the a publican has Only started. An ii nest Appeal was made to Lite re Ihl ican management by the Mitchell p. Trailers association that the a pet i pc lop its circulation As rapidly and extensively As possible and every v bet Emu be made to comply with this \ request. Secs it imitation a solicitors will he put in the Field or he near future to supplant other a a ports for circulation growth. It is j my opinion that the circulation of i he Republican should run from to 10.000 within a reasonable time. J soon As the people of the territory become More thoroughly acquainted v the the papers ability to give sorrier news service. I also or. Ronald said. J Quot that the growth of the circulation of the Republican will be of great n Porta Nee in developing Mitchell As a by Sines \ Center. Xxx Here it has a growth to More than double the former number of outside readers Amli a corresponding increase in the num a Ber of people who Are Reading j a what Mitchell is doing and of what local merchants Are advertising the pacer will he u tug Factor Iii the de gop ment of the practically All of the circulation j growth a been outside of the City of Mitchell or. Ronald explained Leo the Republican hat or years been taken regularly in from 90 to a in percent of the Homes in the City j where the English language is Spok j in. There has been a growth irs circuit Ion in Mitchell As the City has grown a a or. Ronald said. A this growth has been steady and the by circulation of the paper has never suffered even a temporary setback of Lcuy new York feb. It dramas a Scarlet woman Quot is waiting for the jury to Oine in. Is she to be banished from the stage. Censorship sending her into the ranks of the theatrical unemployed Imp ends in new York. Fit is thumbs Down on Broadway theatregoers of the entire country will have to get aloof without her. Mothers Fuho want to keep the stage clean for their children demand that the a Scarlet woman be censored. Actresses though not defending vice say the stage cannot truly depict life without portraying her. Theatrical managers authors and various dramatic organizations want a sort of unofficial censorship a Public jury of 12 to say whether a play is moral. One manager a. Ii. Woods favors an official censor under state control a on the same plane As movie censorship. A vice glorified is bad Quot says airs. Clarence Waterman a prime Factor in the enactment of the movie censors i j Law. A i want to be Able to take my children to the theater without fear that the play May be objectionable the suggestive a Scarlet woman Type of the f Sands of Mot jibes Echo mrs. Waterman swords. Hut the actresses who play a Scarlet women a roles take a different new a the function of the theater says Kathlenn Macdonell who is the wayward girl in a the deluge a a is to Mirror life and help us understand it. How can such a Basic feature of the social Structure be eliminated a Josephine Drake a a a bad woman in a lilies of the Field a says a eth a Scarlet woman has her place it is a place filled by no one save in life and therefore ii the Stag. Pauline lord Star of a Wanna Christie a agrees. A Elf you have Learned the answer to the question a am i my brother a keeper a you will not want to shut your eyes to any lost says. A they who would Stop ears to her Story Are a Torso than Islip they Are mrs. Leslie Carter who is playing a a Scarlet woman role in a the Circle a thinks Aitch a character has a tremendous place in the theater. A in my present says mrs. J Carter a she is a Factor for Good because she Points a great lesson. he knows the tragedy of social Tallulah Bankhead Star in a a danger a an other sex play also thinks Tho a Scarlet woman on the St tag accomplishes Good. A seeing her in the theater certainly will not encourage other women to follow in her footsteps a she says. A a minister might Well preach the same lesson from the pulpit. Why \ can we not teach it from the stage a Birge answers k0use t0 pass Bryan charge reasons vary widely Bill before to she their fool these actress playing the role of the a Scarlet woman in new York theater productions defend their work As portrayal of life pre a Sling a moral. They Are left to right above. Pauline lord and mrs. Leslie Arter below i Nathlene Macdonell and Josephine Drake. Badger lifer Rawson is new is released Iowa senator Wisconsin gov or nok con Vinced Johnson id not kill Cal he ten years veto of world owes u. S. Gratitude debt Balfour thinks English Delegate to Mims meet he in in London i vises conference by associated press leased hire London eng., feb. 17�?arthur j. Balfour officially welcomed Home yesterday from the Washington con i Ference at a luncheon by the government and coalition members of both houses of Congress. Declared the world a owes an unaccountable debt of gratitude to the government of the l Nite a prime minister Lloyd George presiding at the luncheon paid a striking tribute to or. Balfour saying he Hadj taken part a in one of the most notable contributes statesmanship has Ever seen for human peace and human Madison. His., feb. It John a. Johnson was released from the states prison today ofter serving ten years and six months of a life sentence for die murder Here in 1911 of seven year old Annie i Emberger. A crime which governor j. J. Blaine is. Convinced Johnson did not commit. Hix months investigation into the probable circumstances surrounding the crime to which Johnson pleaded guilty and for which Martin Lem Burger. Father of the girl was formally charged on january 5, 1922, brought governor Blaine to conclude that Quot there is Only one fact that stands out clearly and that is that Johnson did not murder Annie let in Berger. Who did kill the Young girl and later attempt to hide her body in Lake Monona will probably never be definitely established it is said. The father availed himself of the statute of limitations causing the Case to be Nolle pressed. He had been accused of killing his daughter with a Beer bottle during a drinking party at his Home. It was after ten years spent in states prison that Johnson protested his innocence and applied to governor Blaine for a Pardon. He then i claimed that his confession had been made because of fear that he would be mobbed. Ii Iii Noi m m k jul Uli can Eom Mitter n hied to Sikel l w. S h in Yon i it is Moines la., bib. 17�? a harks a. Rawson of dem hot a is til new senator form Iowa. Announcement of die appointment if or. Rawson. Who is Stati chairman of the Republican stale Central co coed William s. Ken a ogres Khz it wits until a g it i mince to sin in the upper was made la today. Understood successor is i use of tin governor n. It or. A Rawson will serve Only elected at the go Rural election in november. He w la begin serving when senator koryo Ifa resignation goes int effect. Fel Fuary 24. . Rawson a appointment is a growth Ltd a Brief i Lorn. A demand started spontaneous throughout the state although or. Rawson was not a candidate in fact governor Kendall told one delegation that called on him in the Intel tit of or. Rawson that he had motive a message from the state a Hairian that Day extolling one of the Ether candidates. evolution head of Wisconsin University denies that he is teaching atheism passes Buck to w. J. Edit Ator declares commoner is heal atheist quotes science in scrip tire by associated press leased wire Syracuse x. A. Feb. Twenty one Young men and women members of the Syracuse University biblical club who Are either studying for the ministry or to become missionaries have answered the question a Why is love Blind a Here Are some of the answers from the women a because he respects other people s feelings a so that lovers will not be a the is too much taken up with the matter in hand to notice other Peoples from one of the men came Quot take a look around the Campus at the specimens. If he weren to Blind would lie have made any such combinations Quot Irish Bill by second Reading Kim Seok commons pits mens Cue Mie i a Belfast con futons Mie improving Days he states chairman of ways and Means committee declares measure is nearly ready Harding for delay by so Clatt a Rcd a lenses wire London lug. Feb. 17.�?the Hill establishing the Irish free state passed its second Reading in the House of commons today after the amendment offered by Captain Charles Quot Mig Leader of the Bister unionists for altering the Boundary comm Sison provisions of the Anglo Irish treaty had been Defeated by a vote of 302 to 60. More men called Home from Rhine Washington. D. O., feb. 17�?an immediate further reduction of 203 officers and 3,000 men in the american forces in Germany was announced yesterday by the War department. There win be remaining in Germany after this reduction a total of Igo officers and 2,217 men. Aschoff is facing indictment for his investment frauds Chicago Iii., l be 17.�?indictment j of Raymond j. By at ions a alleged j in defrauding Manx i Zens Here of sever of up in for the j today. Assistant j Hodges was ready j bilks charging Bis King a Confidence a i Money under false Wikoff whose Oscr o have resulted foreign born Cit a i million dollars grand jury Here Stales attorney i d Omand True a off with operatic and obtaining pretences. Pacific rights of All nations to be observed sign Ato Ries of four Power pact so inform Portugal and the Netherlands aged minister is guilty of murder South Vancouver to oust every one of 1,120 City workers by associated press i cased wire Madison. Xvis., feb. 17�?e. A. Dirge president of the University of Wisconsin today replied to assertions of William j. Bryan made hero a year ago. And repeated recently that he i is an a a atheist and an unfit teacher for students a cause of his acceptance of modern science including the theory of evolution. . Bryan had objected to expressions of president Barge that Bis Ings were causing injury to i because of his attempt to the j teachings were causing injury i Ros. In Naifie hypothesis an he had declared that a when the people of Wisconsin have enough Money to pay the salary of a University president they expect to find some one who will not ridicule tile religion of the parents Aud grand parents of the writes to his pastor in a latter to Tho Rev. E. S. Worcester pastor of die first congregational it Bur h of which president i Dirge has Bern an officer for 40 years. He reasserted expressions made to or. Bryan following his speech to students Here declaring that he a had. Never font lit necessary to justify re j lignin to science or excuse science to i a it have accepted both As equally t divine revelations and both As equal i in wrought into tin Constitution of the president Dirge said. A i have j believed that Wisdom and might Are More Dian thirty lives. The Only a god s and i have equally believed i client reported Early today was the that science reveals to us How that tiring at a watchman in the Mills might and that Wisdom Are expressed Falls District. He escaped injury. In the operation of the world. I has ground for objection. Mail train seized a emr. Bryan seemed to dislike est Cork Ireland feb. 17.�?when the pee rally my objecting to his uniting mail train from Dublin arrived Here religion to a a discredited scientific this morning a party of armed men i think that the history seized All the copies of the Irish in of the Church gives Good ground for d up a Kent and the Freeman s journey objection. In the fifteenth Century nil t j oth nationalist newspapers and people were told that the Doctrin of a j drove off in automobiles. The copies round world was a atheistic. In the t zionist Irish times and the Nineteen ii a Natur it evolution 1? like English newspapers were not touch Vianner was called a atheistic by men i. whom or. Bryan is a belated Follower. A did such teachings help religion 1 in la past and is there any Good Rea son to flume that or. Bryan will sue j coed where his predecessors have failed dismally during four centuries another thing that seems to trouble or. Bryan is the fact that i told him a that his teachings we Erc a atheistic rather than do teachings of evolution. A i had a real meaning and purpose in thus a filling the attention of Xii. Bryan definitely and sharply to the religious harm that May come from i his teachings. Turn seeker Itom god. A no if St. Paul is right if god is to he sought for and found in the teachings that a Are not far from every one of us then those who urge us rather to look for god s creative activity in the Remote past a do err not knowing the scriptures nor the Power of they Are turning the seeker for god from the right track and putting him on erne that is Only too Likely to Lead him away from god. A the harmful effect of such teaching was clearly seen in Many of these who used to oppose evolution. They told me that we Bear an image of god because of gods work in the creation of a Remote ancestor hut they never thought of telling us that god sent Forth his spirit and created in his image you and me and every baby that is Horn. They talked As men who had never found god who is daily and hourly giving to All of us life and breath and All things. A it was the presence of or. Bryan a speech of Tifis attitude of mind that called out my protest to president would pm i entire m x it for Oier i in in whole sum it in be i Xii by associated press Flensted wire Washington. I it. A. Feb. 17.�?the Soldier Bonus Hill will be reported to j a Republican caucus within the next ten Days a and a Republican House j will pass chairman Fordney of tile ways and Means committee declared in the House today during a discussion Over the manner of its f raining. House in uproar Tho House was thrown into an ii Road during discussion of the measure after representative Gardner Texas. I ranking Democrat on Tho committee had protested against the action of the Republican members in calling in a rep Rose n Tati a a of the american legion to advisor with them at a secret session from which democrats were excluded. Representative Mombell Wyoming Republican Leader answered or. Gardner and then or. Fordney joined the debate. A the Republican members of die ways and Means committee have not i thought or proper to Call in men in i alterable opposed to Tho Bonus for a quieter in Belfast Hussion of that bilk a the chairman Belfast Ireland. Feb. 17 last flared a we had before us today an night was the quietest Belfast has exp a r 1,10 Perien ced since the outbreak sunday night of disorders that have taken expert o to could no a information and he Don Livingston former governor named Ugri it Elter Al commission Allen asked to resign. Mount Ida. Ark., feb. 17 the Rev. Harding Hughes superannuated. Charged with murder in connection with the death of mrs. Anna Mckennon last May was found guilty by a jury Early today. His punishment was fixed at life imprisonment. South a a an court r expressing die Bel payers Are not Gett Worth out of Multi municipal Council la oust the entire Reg de by the Rity. No about one thousand it ploy is. The pop i Vancouver is about b. . Feb. 17.�? of a Diat the rate my their Money so pal employees the it night voted to near staff employ in Hering 12a, and i temporary of lation of South Orty thousand. Farm bloc to continue work by Assoc Atod Bro leased wire Pierre s. I feb. 17.�?a statement a front the governors offic thin morning announces the appointment of former governor Frank m. Byrne to succeed Don Livingston commissioner of agriculture Whoso resignation the governor has accepted. The statement also says that the resignation of Deputy commissioner Hugh n. Allen has been requested. The changes in the department follow closely the publication of charges against or. Allen alleging that while Secretary treasurer of a farm loan federation in Aberdeen he embezzled certain of Tho federation s funds and intimating that he was Only Sav d from prosecution through the Liolu ence of his political friends. Conference to take up cables International session who re held in Washington i Hing next week upper Puc Barly Xxiii Suc i de Kenyon As Tite Lek hex of by fatty group xxx Billington. I it. C. Feb. 17�?the United states. Gloat Britain. Japan and France As parties to the four Power Pacific treaty have formally notified Portugal and the Netherlands that they Are a firmly resolved to respect the rights of these two nations in theft Pacific in the Sam Way that the rights of the four principal Powers arc to he respected under the treaty. A copy of the riot which wits sent to the Netherlands and portuguese governments on february 4 was put into the Senate record late today by senator Lodge. Republican of Massachusetts. Who was a member of the american delegation to the artus conference. Iowan Dies while changing his tire Fairbury neb. Feb. 17�?edward Wrigley of Lincoln was found dead lying behind his automobile on a Road j near hernia neb., last night by Peter Wolfers a Farmer. It is believed Wrigley died from a Poplar y i brought on by exertion in Reni Virg a tire from the car. I Over the of for the first time in its history the net press run of the evening Republican has gone Over the 6,000 Mark. The net press run yesterday was 6.010 by associated pro i xxx inc Washington d. To feb. I Senate agricultural bloc will con finite in More or less Active form despite the resignation from the Senate of its organizer and official chair Man. Senator Kenyon of Iowa. Bloc members it was Learned. I have been discussing privately the organization s future and the decision Bas been reached by both re j publican and democratic members for the blot to be continued As a Senate Force. Indications Point to senator Cap j per. Republican Kansas As the sue Cessor of senator Kenyon As bloc chairman. The bloc is l1-partisan. J but according to some senators has lost some Active Republican adhere Ems since some of its members have criticized president Harding. Secretary weeks and other Republican leaders. It is said to have gained sufficient democratic members to give the democrats an actual voting majority. A Republican however is to he in titular command of the bloc and senator Dapper was said to be the Genera Choice of the members. By associated lre9 in a cd xxx ire Washington n. Y., feb. It an inter National conference to consider Defeated the allocation of former German cables in the Atlantic will he called in Washington next week. Acting Secretary Fletcher announced today. Representatives of franc England Italy. Japan and the United states will be asked to meet and determine the disposition of the him for gave it. A the Bonus Bill will he presented to a caucus of House republicans in ten Days and a Republican House will pass or. In he Republican caucus will either agree with what we have framed or will direct us How to fix officers Side step query in in making his attack in the com i Mittee or. Gardner without mentioning names had reference to the j appearance a of John Thomas Taylor Jota the american legion and Richard Jones representing veterans of for a Eigsti wars who were before the cum i Mitten today. Taylor and Jones were said in Hay a been questioned As to a he a former service men would feel if no Cash pay i meet pc were authorised. Both were said to have taken the motion that Ainee their organizations in conventions had endorsed tit five option Bill which includes Cash payments it by on id by unfair to the membership of either body for any individual is their spokesman to take a different position. Ress seems xxx Illing to i i i of mining i exr by is of cited press i eased wire Washington i. �?T., feb majority member of the Bons ways and in ans committee in whole hands the Soldi is Bonus problem now rests before in acting today had indicated they planned first to consider president Harding s suggestions that the caul payments la deferred until they could be made in jump aum instead of spread Over a period of two and a half years. It was slated that officers of the american legion would be called m first to give their View on this alternative who ii the committee planned to examine instead of taking up in file lately the question of taxation or other Means of financing the Bonus. Whether the Bonus Bill could be put through with m general sales tax provision As recon mend cd try the president yesterday As the Only alternative in his View of postponement of die legislation was regarded by leaders today both Republican and democratic a too Uncertain to warrant prediction in View of the Strong opposition to the tax. Some of those favourable to such in tax. However believed that Many of those now opposed to it would come to accept such a provision in the Hill rather than see the Bonus program National Grange is against spies Levy. Washington d. To. Feb. National Grange is a unalterably opposed to the sales tax or to arty form of a direct consumption tax a t. A. Three Cable j Atkeson Washington representative a Sines taken Over a a a a 1 provisions of the organization a i. Can 1 of the treaty of her it aisles. Letters set to chairman met umber the cables arc iou ,.eing oper of the Senate finance committee and ated by England and France under chairman Fordney of the House want an agreement with the other inter j and Means committee Ester Powers which provides that Tho i the National Prang or revenues shall be impounded arid la said has suggested an ter divided among the Powers in a tax to pay the coff of that Eor Danee with decisions reached by a should that he inexpedient. The conference on the subject. Decided should be so levied Fly chief interest of the United state a not he levied on the direct it was said at the stat department. Be Siti a of the great numb r has been to obtain direct Cable com pm of limited Moore a Mun cation with Germany Over the a of line from new York to Brest connecting there with a line terminating in German territory. Alk i pro is i t to s and e tax t a it Chi of rec Oil it fills i of a Mexico City. Mex feb. 17.�?th Standard Oil go. Has definitely sue vended All work at its refineries near Tampico and workmen numbering upward of a thousand will be discharged immediately according to advices from Tampico. Jarding will wait for Hughes to take up treaty request Emu watch it grow my Mem ill Xref do mar losses ii paso tex., feb. brigadier general it. L. Dowse commander of tile first cavalry division believing that an emergency close to Juarez i and Elpaso no longer demands dras tic attention today issued demobilization orders. Soldiers under these orders need no longer be held in Camp at fort Bliss. Wives minus courtship found through Republican want ads. Saturday free xxx Ith two other issues i la associate pres let a Edt re it xxx Ashington i. Loeb. ibu.tv by president. Harding in responding to the Hitchcock Resolution adoptee yesterday by the Senate until Secretary Hughes returns from Bermuda about March i indicated today after senator Lodge had conferred with him. The Hitchcock Resolution Calls for Complete information on the Neotia. Dons leading up to conclusions of the four Power Pacific treaty. Weather report South Dakota tartly Cloudy tonight and saturday not much i Chang in Tom Perater
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