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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - January 3, 1922, Mitchell, South Dakota
Ten pages the evening Republican City edition of. Xxxviii. I Mitchell South Dakota tuesday january 3, 1922 France is called upon to pay War debt to America Resolution presented to lower House Nebraska congressman declares France should pay up her obligations blames naval stand \ vis Dix i. Ahks Mist Rius a Kirie Iii . Sibai Akines number 7s lets see now what la we do with that two Hundred million Wapl of t it or Ca vis a men i is by a a Ocia cd pro we Asod wire a ton in cd a Jan. .1.�?the finn would a get directed in solution introduced today by i Ive Reavis. Republican a to demand be payment by of Money loaned to her by i noted Stales during the War. Or. N a statement said prompt of the debt should he insist because France has indicator intention of a expending Large of Money on naval armament. Ihm sift mention trance. Rho Resolution did not mention Anre by name. But in Bis formal Tenient or. Reavis stated that it s directed at i Rance because of stand at Tho armament conference the submarine question. The text of the Resolution follows whereas the proceedings of the i Fere Nee on Tho limitation of Arm vents disclose a determination on liar of certain debtor nations of d states to expend Large Money on increased naval i a nil resolved by he House of repro int a t Ives the senat concurring a at it is the desire of Congress that r eminent of the United states ii in so h Naioti or nations through proper channels that the payment o a to ions now due to the United. To it will be i Ranee stands a i or. Soavi a statement was As Fol f i we the United states feels very great path it for the distress of Europe he from any selfish interest we have in the matter. I do not Ulii that Congress will be willing o fund the european debt As Sug Tod by the adm nitration if the easily for it is made apparent. Rut with France standing Unmov-1 before the prayers and leading unkind for a tranquil world and Quot a rating the intention of vastly encasing the most barbarous and Iti Inan implement of War the sub Rine. I think it is time to wipe tim a ars of sympathy from our eyes and to see with clearer vision what the resent situation portends. Can t i a Quot our Loury prance has today an army larger had Germany at any time Hern the War. She not Only declines to in e i but insists upon perfect fun mental action to increase it. Her Isi Tion with reference to naval in. It Ltd or pretends the expenditure hundreds of million dollars. Sure of nation in the financial distress which Quot Ranee is alleged to be would pm a opia Ting such an armament flood Waters again menace Phoenix Ariz. Citizens in Northwestern part of capital City evacuating Homes rest May be passed remains of former Russ envoy cremated new York. X. V. Jan 3�? requiem mass was celebrated at St. Nicholas russian Cathedral today for Baron Rosen former russian ambassador at Washington who died Here saturday. The remains were taken to fresh Pond l. I., where they were cremated. O Good morning have you your $306 saved up 1 in t to Era is a Sovereign nation and i a free to follow her own input the people of the unites believing that huge Armit s provocative of War today As ire p n i i 4. Ran with Justice in the program which France upped Cut shall be paid for it Money and not with Robinson says Tot Al Bank deposits indicate that average for St Aeo Ion Livingston rushes Corn to hungry Russia m Bip i Road. With 240.000 Hish yes Abo pro on Way bus Hees bought go to pro. I eased wire it Kington. In Jan. 3�?More bushels of Corn has bought by the Purl Hasing com it it a for russian Relief and one on a c 40.000 bushels left new de. Ember 31. The american Bureau federation today said it Bat stormed by Don lovingly n is Oner of agriculture of n Dakota the Corn has been v s said. For delivery on a cd at new Orleans. Baltimore new York of All South Dakota s Bank deposits were divided equally among the residents of the state each of the 650.-000 persons listed in the state census would have a Deposit of $306 to his or her credit. This is shown by a recently published report of the Progress of South Dakota for the year. The report was compiled by Doane Robinson state historian. The average nest egg of each individual in the state on september s. 1020. Was $37. According to the state records so that the average Deposit for each individual dropped ssi during the ten months period preceding. The decrease during the period of ten months ending on june 31 was approximately 20 per cent throughout the state. The total deposits in All Banks at the close of business on june 30. 1921, amounted to $199. 454.970.on. The amount on september s. 1 920. Was s251.s04.649.4 5. The total decrease was $47,650,321.10. Winter wheat acreage grows by associated press encased wire new York ,. 3.�?germany s Flag today reappeared among those of other nations Here today. To was unfurled from the same Flag pole. Atop number la Broadway from which it was hauled Down in n. Vun i the Spring of 1917. And marked the location of the re established consular office of the new German Republic. Woman burned to death when Home is lost to Abhi remains India dictator one fourth More of Grain sown for this year in state than in f Fiji of 1920 it it Ltd a Ger xt1vf. I if a i or defeats i Okre mists in Tom. Kos to St closed related i re a i based wire g Jan. 2.�?tiiat to Karamchand Gandhi remains n Victori ment. A Shi Quot a the let Val count c nationalist hods Al a gather in Madras. It Nal n has hot ohs. And of non Rich out withstand me Rule it of the closed its in Ber 29 Al quart the Conan inti a Ted i. Having bries has the left and that Over the advocated and furs by con movement Force Par with one fourth More Winter wheat sown in South Dakota last fall than in 1920. Conditions indicate that this crop is gaining in favor in the state. That the crop is a reliable one in South Dakota is shown by the condition this year. At 92 percent perfect while the average condition of the Winter wheat crop in the entire United states is 7 6 percent perfect. Figures prepared by the Bureau of crop estimates of the United slate department of agriculture indicate that 102.000 acres of land in South Dakota were sown to Winter wheat for this season. In the fall of 1920. Only $1,000 acres of land were planted to Winter wheat so that the increase was 21 too acres or 26 percent. During the past ten years the average condition of Winter wheat at this time of year has been 86 percent. This year s crop now averages 92 percent perfect so that Farmers May expect a Good Winter wheat yield if Early indications May be taken As a criterion. In 1920. The crop was estimated to be 90 percent perfect at this time of year. Prices of the crop indicate that the Farmers will need the Best possible yield As the present Price $7 cents per Bushel is considerably lower than the quotation for this time year ago. At $1.15 a Bushel. Sioux chains found dead in stalled motor woman. Police Saa. Killed pm Omi n ext in a Frt k or and committed suicide by Ink oms a ates Bary by tearing it from burning Mother ave Creek goes on rampage when irrigation arteries fail to Carra surplus by associated press i Caselt a wire capital threatened Phoenix. Ari. Jan. to divert the Hood Waters of ave risk through an opening in a Railroad embankment two North of the state Capitol were St Ceras fit i until 2 p. In. Today when flu flood re ensure finally grew too great and the Waters began to creep slowly toward Lite j Capitol. I Phoenix. Ariz., Jan. 3�?ail residents of he Northwestern portion of Phoenix were notified by the sheriff s office and police department Early to i Day to leave their Homes because of i danger from flood Waters from Cave Creek. Cave Creek broke through the Arizona and Irane canals two Large arteries of the Salt River Valley in j ligation District North of Phoenix last night and was expected to reach Phoenix Early this morning. Think Cost is passed officials of the water users Asso elation said the Crest of the flood j passed the Arizona canal ten Miles North of Phoenix about 5 a in. Today. At that hour they said the water at the canal dropped 18 inches. Fear that continued Rains might cause another Rise in the water was expressed however. Reports received j Here indicated that More rain fell in the Cave Creek water shed last night. The water entered the City about i a mile and a half from the state Capitol which is in the direct path of a the flood. Evacuate Menan District residents of the Northwestern part of the City have been moving from their Homes All morning. Precautions to minimize damage at the state Capitol building should it be flooded were being taken by the custodian who was moving article out of the basement and placing Sand hags against doors. Last August Dur ing the Quot ave Creek flood the basement of the capital was filled with water which reached a depth of two feet on the ground floor. Election looms in England now Pickford divorce attacked two big Banks in Chicago in great merger resources of two institution will be better than half a billion difficulties averted consolidation Rusi its in forming second Xuy Lari St Bank in cof nth a by associated press leased wire Carson City. Nev. Jan. 3�?mary Plo Kford a divorce from Owen Moore was Quot the worst of its kind and should be the last of its attorney general l. Al Fowler declared in a closing Brief filed in the supreme court Here today in his action to have the decree set aside. Miss Pickford was granted her decree at Minden. Nev., March 20. 1920, and in a Short time married Douglas Fairbanks. Miss Pickford. Moore and Fairbanks lire motion picture stars. Fowler s Brief declared Quot no language can be found in any Law that can be tortured into giving an excuse for the untruthful testimony of respondent and the fraudulent decree awarded her by Rea son of such Fowler declared in today s Brief. Quot to allow deceit and trickery to overthrow Law would be Akin to Dail Eireann re opens its treaty debate final vote of Irish Angi a agreement is sex Pix Tai come this week by associated press in a used wire Sioux City la. Jan. 3.�?the dead bodies of w. F. Dickinson a Promin i ent Sioux City undertaker and a woman. Named Anna Giddings were Dis it covered in a stalled automobile belonging to Dickinson at thirty eighth Street and the Perry Creek Road today. Police believe Dickinson was shot by the woman who then committed j suicide. A Trail of blood on the pavement showed that Dickinson was shot through the right Temple while the automobile was in motion. The undertakers body was found sprawled out in the front seat while the body of the woman was in a Heap on the floor of the Tonneau of the closed car. Dickinson was very Well known in this Section. He was prominent in Lodge circles belonging to nearly All the leading organizations Here. Ii cuts announced in Eastern District by associated press leased wire Pittsburgh. A. Jan. 3�?the crude 011 Market opened for the year today with the announcement by the principal purchasing agencies that the Price of Pennsylvania Grade was Issac a barrel a reduction of 50 cents. Corning. Cabell. Somerset and Somerset Light were Cut 2 4 cents and Ragland to cents a barrel. Weather report forecast unsettled tonight and wednesday probably Snow South and Central portions colder tonight. Local temperatures by the republicans recording thermometer monday tuesday 3 p. In. 2 3 a. In. 26 6 p. In. 3s 6 a in. 24 9 p. Of. 31 9 a in. 20 12 p. In. 25 12 in. 25 3 p. In. 19 maximum 41 at 3 p. In. Monday minimum 19 at 3 p. In. Tuesday by the official government thermometer from noon yesterday to of noon today special to the Republican a Salem. S. A. Jan. 3.�?mrs. Rav j Nind blink was burned to death her husband and one baby were so severely burned that they were rushed to a Hospital where Little Hope is held for their recovery and three other blink children arc suffering from Burns and exposure As the result of a fire which destroyed their farm Home. Seven Miles Southeast of Here monday night. Flamo awakened husband to was after Midnight when or. Blink was awakened by the smell of burning Wood. Bursting from the bedroom into the living room of his House he was met by a Wall of flame that drove him Back into the room where his wife and one baby were sleeping. Hurriedly he awakened them and then tried to reach the other three children in another part of the House. Finally after the most heroic of efforts he succeeded in Awakening them and getting them from the now thoroughly blazing House. Noticing his wife had not yet reached safety blink dashed Back into the fiery Furnace of what had once been his Home. Mrs. Blink blinded by the smoke and fire. Her night clothes in flames around her. Had become confused and did not know which Way to turn hurriedly her husband led Ber to the outside. Could t save wife screaming with pain mrs. Blink fought him when he tried to take the youngest child from Ber arms. Finally. In order to save the child s life be was compelled to literally tear the infant from the burning arms of its Mother. Mrs. Blink by that time was unconscious and in spite of everything her husband could do to save her. She died. Or. Blink himself suffering with pain from his own wounds was unable even to carry his wife s body from reach of the flaming Home. And when finally neighbor arrived to help him. Nothing but her Skull and a few charred Bones could be found. The House and All its contents were a Complete loss. Blink and the baby he had torn from its mothers arms Are in a Hospital at Sioux Falls where their recovery is said to be doubtful. Milwaukee wants to buy rail line opposition to Lix a i George. However. Would delay von for time London eng. Jan. 3�?great Britain May hold a general election in february it was asserted Here today after a week end during which the newspapers discussed the political situation rather freely. It was declared that Premier Lloyd George favored an election next month but was meeting opposition from an influential group headed by lord Birkenhead which i of ires an Appeal to the country at a later Date. This group is said to want the government plan for re forming the House of lords to take definite Hape before an election is held. The coalition liberals will meet Here in convention on january 21, and or. Lloyd George will on that occasion speak on the situation. Wheat bears reap Harvest excited trading in Chicago Breaks Market As Auch As 7 1-2 cents today Chicago ii. Jan. 3.�?excited trading in late dealings in the wheat Market today broke prices As much As 7 1-2 cents in some cases. The closing. Although very nervous. Was at a slight reaction from Bottom figures with May at $1.07 3-4 to $1.08 and july at 97 3-4 to 9s cents. By 12 30. July delivery of wheat a Down to $1 a Bushel Flat. The july delivery represents the new 1922 crop whereas earlier months May in particular stands for the crop grown in 1921. A year ago july wheat was unquoted and May was $1.68. The downward sweep of the wheat Market attained its greatest momentum in the last hour of trading. Extreme losses amounted to a 1-2 a bsh Al. With May at $1.07 1-2 and july a 97 3-4. The new York Arock Market counted to a noticeable extent As a bearish Factor Here during the later dealings in wheat. Overcoat sole clue to postal robbery in Perry Oklahoma Dublin. Ireland. Jan. 3�?member? of the Hail Eirmann reassembled Here today after an adjournment of twelve Days to resume discussion of the treaty with great Britain. A review of the attitude taken by the Irish people at Large would see to indicate overwhelming sentiment in favor of ratification of the compact. Hince announcement was made that the treaty had been signed in London. La Public bodies have adopted resolutions in favor of the treaty. Afore counties give support five More county councils Limerick. North tipperary. Tyrone Louth and Wexford yesterday added their voices to the chorus approving treaty. The unanimity of the Farmers on the question is a notable feature of the demand for Ratiflca-1 Tion. It a not generally thought the debate will run Many Days linger Many members anticipating a vote by thursday night or Friday. An opponent of the treaty. Art o Connor of South Kildare dad minister of agriculture opened today s debate with an argument that the treaty was a step backward and a declaration of belief that the real heart of the Irish people had not changed despite the numerous resolutions by various bodies in favor of j the pact. Kerry Delegate Favory fart Pierce Beasley of county Kerry i followed with a Strong speech in fave or of it. Countess Markiewiez. The next speaker vigorously denounced the treaty. She condemned causes Rev canteen and eighteen of the document. Dealing with arrangements for a provisional government and the method of ratifying the pact. She also said she did not understand Arthur Griffith s Promise to the Southern unionists. Countess opposer oath she branded the Southern unionists As the worst enemies of Ireland calling them traitors and oppressors of the Irish working classes. Discussing the oath. She said Quot i. Being an honorable woman would sooner die than make p. Declaration of allegiance to King by associated press leased wire j Chicago 111. Jan. 3�?Tho Contin in Frt Ami commercial National think and the Continental Ami commercial. Trust and savings Bank today formed the second largest banking institution in the United states and the largest West of now York through absorption of the fort Dearborn National Bank and its affiliated institution. The fort Dearborn Trust and savings Bank that action averting what was described As the most ser Lous difficulty which had threatened Chicago a financial District in sixteen i years. The merger was announced late last night after an a1 Day session of the Chicago Clearing House Assoria Hon and leading financiers the Continental and commercial institution agreeing to assume liabilities of $60. I 000.000. I Lesonis half billion the absorption placed combined i deposits of the four banking institutions at More than $400,000,000 and total resources at a figure greater i than $525,000,000. Difficulties of the fort Dearborn properties were attributed to Over Extension of credits. A towing to the Over extended Condi a Tion of Edward Tilden and company chief stockholders of t in fort Dearborn organizations and some recently made Loans Ami investments which proved to be had and entailed heavy losses it was found on examination of the two fort Dearborn Banks by the Chicago Clearing House examiners that the capital of both by is had been impaired a said z statement by tames b. Forgan chairman of the Chicago Clearing House committee. Banks Are solvent the Clearing House Hanks guaranteed the Continental and commercial houses against loss to the extent of $2,500.onn and the fort Dearborn stockholders made a further guaranty of $1.50,000. In addition there i a a Natal. Surplus and undivided profit of approximately $6 000,000 the Continental Alan pays approximately $1,500,000 for the deposits of the two absorbed institutions. The Clearing House committee investigated the drovers National Bank and the drovers Trust am savings Bank in which Edward til Den and company is interested Ann announced that those Hanks were solvent. A special Camittee was appointed to take care of the Engle Wood state rank also a Tilden institution. In to it a Salle Street saturday the Dearborn National Stock was quoted at $230 a share with none offered and the state Bank s Stock at $185 a share. B. A. Cummins Pierre banker takes own life president of first National sends1 Bullet few m automatic through brain six sleepers run off track but no one is even Hurt by associated Prev loaded xxx ire Atlanta. Ga., Jan. 3.�?six sleepers on the Royal Palm limited of the Southern railway from Jacksonville were derailed today near Macon. A. But Rone of the passengers was injured. A wrecking Crew succeeded in getting one of the sleepers Back on the track and All the passengers were transferred to this car and weakness which prevailed in Broucht to Atlanta. The cause of the derailment has not been determined. Zinc production drops 60 percent by associated proses wire Pierre r. A Jan. 3�?b. A. Cummins president of the first National Bank committed suicide yesterday by shooting himself through the head. With an automatic pistol. The suicide occurred in a vacant room at the Back of the Bank building. A Coroner s jury late yesterday returned a verdict of suicide. Discovery of the body was mad about two hours Aper tile deed is supposed to have occurred. No cause Bas been assigned. Friends testified of the inquest that or. Cummins had appeared nor Mal. No Cau a for bet known no direct Cau a has As yet been discovered or the suicide. Or. Cummins Bank was in Good condition at the close of business for 1921. By no accurate information bad been obtained a to the condition of his or is he was much bust of Bennett in for transacted Foj i m n a n i e maximum 46 minimum 24 at noon 27 Washington. D. Jan. 3�?the Chicago Milwaukee and St. Paul railway applied to the interstate Commerce commission today for per a Mission to Purchase and opera a in Perry. Cola. Jan. 3. To a1 a connection with its own system the thormities assisted by postal inspectors fifty nine mile line of the Chicago from Oklahoma City today were in Milwaukee and Gary Railroad. The Vest gating the theft of to pouches of St. Paul plans to acquire from the mail from the Atchison. Topeka and St. Louis Union Trust company in Santa fee station Here yesterday. A ooo.00 Par value and $5,700,000 Par i Check of the loss has not been rom value in first mortgage Bonds the pet a. Entire securities Issue of the Gary an Ove Reoa apparent line a Coal Carrier operated As a Bel aside by on e of the thrown robbers was line around Chicago. I found near the station by Vissoc Atod press icam d a Vic Washington. D. A. Jan. 3�?mine and smelter output of Lead in the United states in 1921 declined about 20 percent and the production of Zinc fell off almost 60 percent it was estimated today by the government Survey on the basis of report from producers and others. The output of soft Lead by mines of the Mississippi Valley was Abou 1 231.000 Short tons and that of Arugeti i Tiberous Lead by mine of the Western states about tons compared with 251a16 tons from the missis j Sippi Valley and 259.070 tons from the Western states in 1920. Vat finances. Known to hav Ness under the and Cummins an incident which or. Cummins contend r ule of sued 1 of took dinner v. Re it. W Ter. From whom be a cd for More than a them Ami several of % be was going to Minn it Ter noon. Prominent Iii Ever since 1h90. To South Dakota or prominent in state i he was Prush Kota Bankers has served 00 the a ate Sui a h j Dace a been be car h s Friend a Tate f the t in 1 Day continuous time a american Bank i rear a of i idea to nullified Jan 3�?flee a rid a Rehbit As Natri Arr Klei Ron new York. N i of the at of 7 Meletios Metaxaki a Pari i consta sinople a been a nullified by the 1 Gross in session at Salon Ute j
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