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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - February 18, 1924, Mitchell, South Dakota
Eight pages the evening Republican City edition vol. Xxx Mitchell South Dakota monday february 18, 1924. Number 12csecretary Denby resigns boys of five go to work at 4 a. A. Little girls also prey of Oyster Camps children taught to run when strangers appear employers fear Law work dangerous too bit it victories turn Day t ush i Down before a ave i n Jiuu Ives hoi Lara Koa .1. Gibbons aka sorric1 writer r to Mies. Feb. Is hush p cd Udren s hour. Of Quot Vry 3 and 4 on re morning it i it i is Herod in Here As regularly i work to the Mccomi Menying j r a Hundred factory sirens. Pro in the event for Biloxi a it workers a the shrimp and Oyster a rteri#,5. At Cli r their Wail with the Roar j i.0 i a a sea. The Ossa blaring sentinels Calle old hours before Dawn an of boys girls and women bid or them haste to work lest Daylight a and find them unoccupied. Aloe children w to work in the of i err inning factories Are tint tots i f it a to 14 their age min. May no of the smaller children work with air parents contributing their eff to o he common family shucking j paid 5 cents a Pound Al Day Long you can see them in Eis Era Aden rooms bending Over a ? of steaming oysters shucking say at Tho shells and filling Little rails w the the meat for 5 cents a workers stand swaying Back Arf Forth with a rhythmic sort of Ion. Which experienced suckers a of Ables Friem to increase producer p to shells arc thrown on the a nor those As they accumulate of Ord treacherous foothold to the Wor or and children who climb the slip re Quot a piles in an Effort to reach Farmer and fur or for the Oyster As eve empty tile cars. Apically Tho same method is j r Quot Ted in the preparation of pro j c shrimp except that the shrimp to Ted. And the women and children who work on them Are called. R a kens or peelers. The one who shuck oysters receive a Harp in which often become in meted from the Oyster shells and rho knives employed in the pro lieutenant and eight men slain fanatics lose too Manila p. I. Feb. 18.�?0p _ lieutenant Eugenio mender and eight constabulary soldiers under his command. And 35 religious fanatics including two of their leaders were killed in a fight at Balete Ragusan province according to a constabulary report received Here today. The majority of the fanatics who took part in the fight it is believed Here were refugees who escaped i from Fuca a Island. Surigao province j off the Island of Mindanao which had been the scene of several recent clashes Between the constabulary and the fanatics. Resignation is direct result of Oil scandal he would have nothing to say. First break in Cabinet the Secretary a retirement makes the first break in the official family which or. Coolidge took Over intact from the Harding administration. Or. Danby was one of the original members of or. Harding s Cabinet. This selection brought to that department for the first time in Many years a Man who knew by personal experience the viewpoint of enlisted Navy head after refusing to in a n avy of in h i is. J p. A a Marine corps. He had served As gun quit under fire sudden j necks mate aboard the converted by changes front j a we a spa no j a and through a1 ranks and grades from private to major in the Marine position untenable Haynes urges Rich to help enforce Laws Denby Gould hardly remain a Hole gov fir no int a As toying Oil lease Sitts Pomerene and Roberts named As Oil counsel action to be begun at once to Stop work on Teapot and California leases brokers to be called corps during the world War. Or. Denby was born in Bronxville. A 54 years ago today. He panned yid jeans attorney also Syth through the Public schools of that \ to Haaf Given Cio Al it i Fie City. His Alma mater however is the Meeh i a exhalation University of Michigan from which j Washington d. P., feb. 18 a 4 a he graduated with the degree of lab. Washington. Feb. 18.�?pe Denby has resigned and will retire Quot Hen to entered the Cabinet be was the ten Day recess of the in from the Cabinet on March to. In a Quot u a Quot Fittl i a est j gating committee developments it. A a. Denby. Kennedy and of Brien of de he informed president Coolidge chef it of probation off a in the Oil scandal whirled along to that in View of his connection with Oil of the recorders court of to Droit Day at their customary break neck lease he did not desire to further i and of the circuit court of wave 1 Roh i Biti on a Hie a declares bootleggers 4 it in tips Are among toe wealthy Here is a typical Oyster shucker. Her parents Are dead and she now makes he r own living. Her Foreman told Roa Gibbons Nea Servic e aah i ter that she a As 12 years old. Irk Trimp picker is attacked by acid in the shrimp head and a Horn or prong which pro in the head. Ming substance which has a a it a o Strong ammonia is the shrimp when the shed n preparatory to squeezing Mea t it cps on the pickers a lands. I tory worker a boy of ,2. A it Burns like hell. Mis legion pushes Bonus Campaign with new vigor no changes Are made in policy about War debt Chicago. Iu., feb. 18.�?a plea for greater cooperation of Law enforcement agencies in administering the volstead Art and for strict Observance on the part of the people especially the a Well to do and influential citizens As an example to others and to aliens was made by prohibition commissioner Hayne in an address Here today before the citizenship conference. Or. Haynes referred to the action of mayor Dever in cleaning up the a a wet spots in Chicago As a demonstration of a the Efficacy of proper correlation of local and Federal and declared the work in Chicago and Philadelphia Quot is but an illustration of what can be done in the most difficult sections when an honest sincere cooperative Effort at enforcement is a it is beginning to be realized a he emphasized a that the responsibility for enforcement is a joint or. Haynes characterized a the Well to do and influential citizen j As the a More dangerous a of non of servers and he was not so much con j j corned he said Manhout the problem of j liquor consumption among the other j classes since the a bootleggers boast that their clientele is from the elite a i if these a so called leaders feel themselves above the Law he added a they become ust As dangerous to the life of the nation a i Embarrass the administration by re county Michigan. Main fag a member of it. I the president in a letter accepting i the resignation praised the offfc1 record of his retiring naval Secretary. And said he acceded to the request with regret. Theodore Roosevelt who As assist ant Secretary under or. Denby had i a part in drafting the order which transferred the naval reserves from the Navy to the Interior department conferred with the president and announced later he did not expect to resign. Hasni to picked there was no indication that or. Coolidge had Given thought to a Suc Ressner to or. Denby but it appeared Likely that one would be selected with out delays Secretary Denby a a decision was reached after personal and political friends had advised him not to continue the attitude of Defiance he adopted when the Senate passed its Resolution asking that he step out of the Cabinet. The Senate attack was not directed against any suspected moral wrongdoing on the part of or. Denby but was based on charges that he had not been a sufficiently diligent Public servant in his connections with the Oil reserves. His resignation was coincident with the completion of Senate confirmation of the government special Oil coun. Brand or. Denby a Advt Wra had the publican organization has be a Uris a that ones the fat moment had attempting to win Over a ouch Neur moved in the court for fat it through a surtax Maxi of the Oil leases he lined Aion with i mum a up Quot c it advanced by Albert b. Fall his position in the and j ministration would become untenable it is 54 years old today or. Denby a a resignation was submitted on his fifty fourth birthday i just after he had gone to the Navy i department to find his office filled i with Flowers from his friends. When the nation As the to under j enter had been sent to the pres Able types which Burrow from Benj Dent he turn a cheerfully to official Cath and seek to undermine it from below. Of a Vul arg is Oil a a juggling by Fillon Arf made at veterans meeting a t b pm be Ives. The o t it e r pm Ove. And later in the they become shrimp they Wear gloves. Of in a Bathe their hands to make them hard. Re scr Cay they cannot a ban a week at a time rat Cive your finders a a lit a in girl of 11 to a of three factory sea d. A her han.1, factory owners vers of the child and in is say they try to minimize in Pendant upon the pick peking. They report that a and inexperienced per new a Ork n. A Fob. legionnaires were pushing their sensational spurt last night in which tile Treasury department As accused of a a juggling its estimates against the project and Secretary Mellon was charged with misleading the late president Harding and president Coolidge. The charge of a a juggling was made by colonel Thomas aah. Miller alien Washington d feb. 18.the american governments War debt policy remained unchanged after a conference today of the debt commission. The commission failed to act on proposals that the debtor governments be reminded again that the i United states is awaiting finding proposals. The commission issued this formal statement after the two hour neet Jing Howes chairman of my Addo f meet in Chicago Ai f l j duties Waling his j duties waiting his attention and told those about him that a great Load of worry had been lifted from his shoulders. Recognizes Filiar ashment recently a number of the Serre a Rye i friends also have been consulted by or. Coolidge and they a understood to have advised the president that they fully understood the e in a r in is Mer t that might result in retaining or. Denby in the Lincoln. To is scheduled to speak tuesday at Sioux fails s. A wednesday Cabinet while the Oil annulment suits afternoon Madison a. Avedies Are in Progress. Not Only is he a party to the Oil leases having affixed his signature along with that of Albert b. Fall but he repeatedly has defended his part at Speed. Coincident with the re i git at on of Secretary Denby there were predict a finns among senators that important disclosures of a new and sensational j j character were imminent. These predictions revolved for the f most part about the inquiry that committee experts Are making into the Hooks of various brokerage Firma in search of evidence in Oil Stock speculation by government Offil cars. Brokers a Iii be called senator Wheeler Democrat Montana who has taken a hand in tic inquiry in the absence from Washington of Ilia colleague. Senator Walsh declared that Harry Payne Whitney and members of the Ben Kard broker firm in new York undoubtedly would be summoned before the committee As a result of information has reached the capital. Or. Wheeler also asserted that Quot important information had been Given senators by Wilton j. Lambert attorney for Edward b. Mclean publisher of the Washington pout. Or. Mclean came to a Ashington from Palm Beach in response to a summons from the committee. There were reports Shait those members of the Oil committee who Are in Washington might Confer during the Day behind closed doors with regard to the latest developments. Chairman Lenroot however said that i no meeting had been called and that there had been no change in the plan delay further hearings until next nday. Fon sol finally Nanuel i organization of the Legal machinery to handle the Oil lease suits wee i completed today by Senate Confirma a Hon of Owen j. Roberts of Philadelphia. As special government counsel. Or. Roberts will serve with Atlee a amp Merenic of Ohio whose nomination _ was confirmed saturday. To is sex Chicago. 111., fab. 18.�?senator tarted that Legal proceedings to Stop Hiram John son left last night for a further work on the Teapot and Call Hiram Johnson left la it night for a forma Oil reproves w la be taken soon Dakota and North Dakota. He will while preparations go Forward to sep Maka at least ten speeches in the Arate civil and criminal actions to three states beginning monday at it the Lead a aside permanently and punish anyone guilty of wrong doing in their negotiation. The vote on or. Roberts was 68 to 8. Both he and or. Pomerene had g. 0. Leaders fail to hit on tax Compromise Washington d. A. Feb. 18.�?Republican insurgents and organization leaders in the House again failed today to reach an agreement that would insure defeat of the demo Era i tic tax program. Resuming conferences which began saturday in an Effort to agree on a Compromise surtax maximum a i dozen leaders discussed the proposition for two hours. The insurgents held out for their demand that Normal income tax rates be Cut in half a Sugg Tion which the organization group declined to accept. It was agreed that another meeting would be held later in the Day but both factions were of the opinion that their differences would not be reconciled. With a vote in the House probable tomorrow or wednesday on the income tax provisions of the Mellon Bill the democrats. Johnson leaves Washington for trip to Dakota a the commission is taking All practicable Steps to bring about a fund ing of th1 entire indebtedness to he property custodian at a Bonus meet United states. Of a Hicaro. Ii. Feb. Ira More than three Hundred advocates of the candidacy of William Gibbs Mcadoo for the democratic nomination for president gathered Here today and saw j in proceedings and has declared judge David i add Rockwell of Ohio publicly since the present controversy open Tho conferonc1 that will decide i arose that he believed the contracts whether the Teapot dome disclosures Jugal and would be willing to Pur have or have not made or. Mcadoo sue the same course again unfit to continue As a presidential it has been pointed out might ing. He said a a High Treasury offic j a at candidate. A goodly scattering of women were noted in the gathering that listened the moment certain debtor to the keynote speech delivered by have commissions either in Homer Cummings of Connecticut air had admitted the alleged Manip i nations elation of the figures to him and had this country or expected Here shortly i former chairman of the democratic confessed the estimates were Dishon a for the purpose of taking up ques a National committee. Est in increased each time Congress Wions relating to their indebted Nece requested a revision a because it was Felt necessary at the Treasury department to u s o stronger and stronger arguments against the Bonus each time it came representative Benjamin l. Fairchild Republican of new York said forbidding visitors j Secretary Mellon a a misled or. Hard de by the constr rating link by anticipating a s6no.000.00n had upon the i deficit when events or Ved there was a $300,000,000 surplus in the treas led from his sight in All Ury this s900.000.000 difference same hid beneath shuck. And others who were Serape detection that j Ivill a 1 tinder the j Alvin m. Owsley former National r to he j commander of the legion told his been placated the hearers th1 Bonus would pass th1 to i a of th1 factory sex House by a 5-1 vote and get a major Rory to which the writ Ved Entrance despite namely Czechoslovakia Esthonia Poland and Jugo Slavia. A it Hojio debts As Well As the other debts together with appropriate proceedings relating thereto Are receiving the constant attention of th1 aah. W. Howes of South Dakota chairman of the South Dakota centrals committee was elected permanent chairman. After More than half of the states represented at the conference had had the r say. Not a voice had been heard that even hinted that the Oil or. My or. Fairchild asserted. A prevented president Harding. Perhaps More i than any other feature from signing Ason Back of All this i a caused child i a it a Trimble ids ainu told enough to a said. A and they think a n in ctr i taught them j Way when anybody that was ame intr the factory. Of Haven t got anything to be though because the govern re a t a More authority Toyah a he kids Stop working. In my a knocked out thou a Federal Hor Laws they sure caused Quot a ners a Heap of bother while Quot or a Ere in rom Biloxi s Oyster and shrimp g industries which aside from . Comprise the town s chief is estimated to come so per re he country s Supply of this tinned seafood products. 4 corresponding ratio As the fac i is Are necessary to the town so 1 women and children Neees-51 to the Canning factories. A them visitors Down to Ratch he Gulf Sunshine have be in a to complain to hotel manage flout that a confounded fan i c trumpets just at Daybreak Ity in the Senate a eventually passing Over the veto of Calvin freight raise on Coal from South opposed aah ate town s. D., feb. increases or. Freight rates ranging from it to 67 cents a ton on Coal j shipments from Illinois and other Eastern Field Points in North and South Dakota on great Northern railway Cross hauls Are being combated before the interstate Commerce com minion by representatives of the North and South Dakota Railroad commissions Here today. Examiner Wagner opened the hearing at to of clock this morning. The increases proposed by the rail i Road some time ago and suspended pending a hearing upon complaint of the state commissions affect All Points on the state town Benson line and on j the Aberdeen Fairmont line of the s great Northern. L. Kelley is Here for the South a Taos they never Learned till now j Dakota commission e m. Hen a a who to it a War it caning to lit Drick for the North Dakota Hoad to announce the children s \ and i b by Selman is re Tinc tile Ureal Northern. Commission. Members favouring a More positive scandal had injured stand by the commission in th1 meet Adoor a chances ing renewed their proposals for a circular note to the debtor Powers but the suggestion got no further than a general discussion. Weather forecast Minnesota unsettled tonight and tuesday probably Snow in West portion not much change in temperature. North Dakota Snow probable to night and tuesday colder tuesday and in West portion tonight. South Lakota Snow probable to night and tuesday somewhat colder tuesday. Local temperature. Maximum and minimum temperatures As recorded by the official gov regiment thermometer from 7 a. In. Yesterday to 7 a. In. Today maximum 2 5 minimum 23 at 8 a. In. Today 23. Weather androids to the president that it might appear inconsistent to have a member of the administration holding these views remain in office while the administration itself through its counsel was moving in the courts to annul the leases on the ground that they j wer made without authority of Law. Suits to be begun at once the first step in these leg proceedings. Injunction suits to prevent further work on the Teapot and California reserves is expected immediately after the Senate completes confirmation of the Oil counsel probably today. Day. Evening a ate town. S. thursday evening Brooking s i Friday evening Aberdeen s. A. Saturday Fargo s. N from North Dakota the senator will return direct to Washington stopping Only a few hours at National Campaign Headquarters Here Johnson sues state for Cash due on salary been opposed by senator Valsh Democrat Aton Ana. The dominant. Figure in the Oil inquiry but both Republican and democratic party leaders voted for confirmation. Three recorded in opposition were senators Broo Thart. Iowa Frazier. North Dakota and i a file mfr. Wisconsin republicans Ashurst Arizona Sheppard. Texas and aah Heel or Manta a Democrat and so i Pat cad and Johnson Mineso a far Mer lab or. Senator Valsh was absent. All agreed that he must continue his candidacy for the democratic nomination for the presidency. Wheat Tariff report is to be ready soon Pierre. 8. D., Fob. 18.�?willis e Johnson has bog in mandamus action in the supreme court against the state auditor to compel the payment of salary since last september i As president emeritus of state College the retirement of th1 Navy be re according to a notice of complaint rotary also revived rumours that the i Cei Ved by the attorney general s of resignation of attorney Genera i flee. It is said the contract called for Daugherty would follow with n a a salary Lincoln judge shot to death in court room Man being sued lob separate maintenance shoots Jurist through heart in in Moze a p to hour set for a second the to bulletins Are full in at 8 30 a. In retail. By the 4�4>setnfed pre Ltd a i Minot snowing. To above roads heavy. Grand Forks Cloudy 13 above acids Good. Winona overcast. 18 toads heavy. Aberdeen snowing. Roads blocked. Sioux Falls snowing. 17 roads Good. Pierre Cloudy. 23 Road fair. Huron snowing. 22 roads fair. Fargo snowing 13 Rand?1 fair. Duluth Cloudy. 15 roads heavy. St. Cloud snowing. 12 roads Good. Mankato Clear. 18 roads fair. A ate town snowing. 2&Quot Road heavy. Mitchell in ring 23 roads h a by. Washington. A. Feb. 18�?the Tariff commission neared the end of its work on the wheat duties today and is expected to make it report to the president within two weeks. The commission which has com i plated its Independent investigation of production costs will make no recommendation in its report to the president but its information is said to indicate that an increase in the wheat rate will be found justifiable. The rat1 in fixed at 30 cents a Bushel in the Law. And May he revised to the extent of 50 per cent of that amount by executive action. The commission announced it had concluded an investigation into the ens of the production of flour and other wheat products and would make and summarily Public its preliminary finding prob j wrong doing a ably tomorrow. Former senator Mccumber criticized Steps taken for loan to Farmer in the Northwest saying the Farmers did rot want to increase their indebtedness. He presented the results of an investigation into the Cost of production of wheat in North Dakota and in Canada which showed Cost considerably greater than the Preo in it Ary fondle recently announced by a Cutta of few Days. A Resolution relating to i him and somewhat similar to that adopted some Days ago asking for i the resignation of or. Denby. Is Pend j j ing in the Senate and its sponsors Are pressing for Quick action on it. The Resolution in which the pre its Dent a advised to ask Secretary Denby to leave the Cabine Waad j opted feb la by vote of 47 to 84. Would t sacrifice innocent immediately after it was sent to the White House. Or. Coolidge la i sued a statement declaring that such questions Lay wholly within the province of the executive but adding the president is responsible to the of five thousand dollars for one year beginning last june 30. I a a ment was stopped at the order of the state executive accountant on the Bas is that Johnson had ceased to be a resident of the state. Harding May be league agent in Hungary loan Case Geneva. Feb. 18 a a. G. Harding former governor of the i United state Federal Reserve Board a been unofficially selected As High people for Hub conduct relative to i commissioner of the league of Nath retention or dismissal of Public Uon to Hungary for control of i Offidana. I assume that re.sponsibl-1 Nan its under the league loan plan. He has informed the league that to will accept if officially designated. It a said in league Circle that the selection of or Harding had been Lity and the people May he assured that a soon a i can be advised so that i May act with entire us tace to All parties concerned and fully protect the Public interests. I shall act. 1 do not propose to sacrifice any innocent Man for my own welfare. Nor do i propose to retain in office any unfit Man for my own welfare. I shall toy to maintain the function of the government unimpaired to act upon the evidence and the jaw a i find it and to Deal thoroughly with every kind of t j Washington d. C., feb. the decision in fever of a tax imposed by Arkansas upon Gay Tion apparently was reached soon of Ollie us a in automobiles a deter or. Coolidge went to i office dared valid Lincoln. Neb., feb. 7 3.�? pm William m. Morning 36, Veteran distr t judge a shot and k lied curly today irs i court room by Ayala amp be o. Waluck who in turn shot and killed a is of. The judge was shot through the heart. Waack shot at c. F. Rein. Attorney for i . Matilda Waliek who was ring him for re parse maintenance and of his . Another of these Phot took effect judge morning Wainard Bench after he had been a assisted to i room the court where he died minute. Wallick. 50 years of age is a we Digger. And lives in Belmont a suburb of Lincoln a do you want an attorney a judge morning asked the defendant when i Case a called this morning a no Man can make me was Flora his hot and adjoining in a few approved by All the interested parties lick cried As he Drew a revolver. He fired four shots at his at her attorney at the judge and them at Himi self. The last two took effect. A a a bavarian make their peace with Berlin government Arkansas Gas tax is held As Legal by supreme court Berlin Germany Fob 18�?a reconciliation has been affected Between and constitutional by this morning but a formal announce the supreme court in a Case brought ment a deferred. E t Felark. One by the Pierre Oil corporation against the German Centra government Here of or. Coolidge s secretaries visited official of Sebastian county and the Bavar Ian government an i or. Derby office the consult As to o a a a a the a been followed by the resign what form the announcement should she a thirsty Hor of or von Kahr. He bavarian take or. Denby soon afterwards left j big boy the music at dances military dicta or Gene a a of tide Thna Vav deaf Nfn by a private. Take a the place of liquor now. Corr in a of the Bavon Ria t to Renee a i d re newspaper nor. 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