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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - January 5, 1922, Mitchell, South Dakota
16 Page the evening Republican City edition vol. , South Dakota thursday january 5, 1922 number 82mitchell�?Ts population 10,056 directory shows City a count proves error in u. S. Census directory recently completed contains 5,028 resident names we Hope we May be excused if we just happen to remember an important engagement Book most Complete port lat Ion of Ali of via and of towns contain of in yom of Mitchell s population reached the a n Oon Mark before the opening of fhe new year. According to estimates obtained from the new City directory. Issued a few works a so. In which Tbs to Are 5.028 names listed. Directories arc used in Many places an Index to population and it is usually estimated that there Are at a ast tier As Many residents in any City As there Are names in the directory. This is believed to be True he cause married women Are not listed separately but their names Are Given with their husbands and Caupp Chil j or it i Are not listed. On this theory Mitchell would then have a population of ld.05fi. Is bom directory Mitchell s new directory which was compiled by the Keith directory com Pany of Rochester. Minn., is the Best directory Ever published for the City. In addition to containing names of people in Mitchell a separate list of j farm residents Bas been compiled. To All there arc 2.640 Farmers listed j with their township with Post office addresses. The ass so valuation of each Farmers property is also listed in a Section devoted to Loomis. There Are Loo names included 650 i Vernon residents Are Lister and Iso Ethan resident Are included. Among the 111111110 features of the Row directory is the fact that even some dead people a Quot mentioned with the notation that they died during the past summer. Smiths i my Book the largest family in the directory i the Smith s. There Are 73 separate and distinct Smiths listed in the directory. In addition there Are six persons who have left the Smith Farn 1 in for the Sinith family. The John a on family comes second with 4 7 people and eight additional ones who 1 spell their name Johnston. Anderson.? follow the Johnsons in numbers there being 4 5 persons of this name in the directory. There j Are r,2 people named Miller in Mitchell 28 who answer to the surname of Nelson and 2s whose nomenclature a i Jones. There Are so people named Williams while the Thompson family follows with 17 members. Martin and Olson bring up the rear with i it and i i members each. City and county officials officers of the various clubs and societies of the City the faculty members of local schools a directory of greets of the churches the Banks the railroads newspapers and much other miscellaneous information is included in the Book. There is also a classified list of the business houses of Tho county. Powers agree to increase in China tariffs five percent jump is fixed by special committee of arms conference troop question is up ministers of n actions i blk ind to Fon for with c la i n ask i commit off by associated press lenses mire Washington d. A. Jan the agreement for a 5 percent increase in chinese Tariff rates was adopted today by the nine conference Powers sitting As a committee on tar lantern questions. The. Tar Eastern committee t so adopted resolutions providing for further withdrawing of troops from China. Upon the request of China the resolutions provide that the ministers to peking of the eight Powers will meet with a committee of three chinese to discuss the troop withdrawal question. All poor agree All of the Powers approved the program for increasing chinese revenues and the chinese delegation a opted the report submitted by senator Underwood chairman of the subcommittee. A meeting of the fit Power naval committee of the arms conference was called for this afternoon. It was considered possible that both the submarine regulation proposals and the draft of the naval treaty would be presented for approval to Tho meeting non source of i achate with the issues developed by Shantung submarine regulations and details of the naval limitation settlement All pressing towards decisions. The far Eastern committee of the Washington conference resumed its sessions today and opened up new sources of debate. The chinese vent into the 1 oin Mii tee meeting Isis ing that the conference take up the �?~2 1 demands Quot and the japanese protesting that Lite subject did not it in within flies Cope of the conference. Spheres a of influence and the situation in Siberia were other troublesome subjects ahead. In tim submarine regulation negotiations a meeting of be full commit Roosevelt Tablet unveiled at police station in new York by associated pres i in cd wire new York. N a. Jan 5.�? Federal state and a municipal officials today attended the unveiling at notice Headquarters of a Bronze Tablet to the late Theodore Roosevelt in memory of services to the City As head of the department in is95. It was a gift from a Groin. Oldie a Friend and a Given a place in the room he vice while planning and carrying out numerous plans that brought the metropolitan police Force to a his Standard of discipline and efficiency. Coldest Day of year hits Oty witness tells committee he saw hangings Mississippi Soldier asserts he witnessed a ten or twelve executions shooting described another m it ens Sis of saw major Opie shoot one m not in i i eld Street i Ster thermometers Regas Low is 2.1 below during night Mitchell experienced the coldest Day of the Winter today when the temperature fell to 16 degrees below Zero according to the government thermometer. Street ther Metera registered As Low a 23 degrees below. A driving Snow storm wednesday morning preceded the cold. The temperature d ripped steadily from i noon yesterday until it reached the Low Point of in degrees below Early this morning. Sunshine and no wind today Brot the temperature up. So that it stood at three degrees below Zero at noon. The weather report promises rising temperature for Friday. Corporations Are indicted Shurman anti Trust Lam violated by companies ind officers by set Imp rated press leased wire new York Jan. 5�? indictments charging violation of the Sherman anti Trust Law have been returned by a Federal grand jury against eleven 1 or it per Loos and ten individuals alleged to have been members of a Hewer pipe Combine. The indictments returned secretly several weeks ago. Inspection of state offices starts Jan. 15 new York research by real will make sex h festive efficiency Survey. Temperatures for november below Normal for state by associated press leased wire Pierre it. A. Jap. 5.�?the efficiency j Survey of certain state officers and in-1 Sti Tutins which is to be commenced by the new York Bureau of municipal research on january 15, is to include an analysis of the system of fit Mancial accounting and reporting now Iti ree states Are in operation together with the i ious resources of state Revenue and storm in South wrecks Homes parts of visitor by to to rec imn i Stora by associated press leased wife Tulsa. Okla. Jan. 5.�?with at least t score of families homeless and get ral persons injured Many towns in this District were recovering today from a storm which swept yesterday through northeastern Oklahoma and reached into Southeastern Kansas and southwestern Missouri. Although an arc in rate estimate of the or Mage Don Quot has Ivy in in made today. Some said it would exceed .$75.-. 00h. Revere damage was reported in i examination of the management and record system of state institutions. I and a study of the general adminis j Tractive organization of the state government according to Clarencep. Smith. Jr., manager of the Bureau. The Quot new York Bureau. With 15 years experience in this line of work has made upward of two Hundred stir j Veys of state City and county governments both in Lite United Staten and i Canada or. Smith says. It is not a profit making institution and its con i tract with South Dakota provides Only for tier diem costs and travelling expenses of the men doing the work. To any event this is limited to 10.-000 or two fifths of the appropriation Huron �1 a. Jan. 5.�?notwith standing the fact that the Early Days of november and the closing Days were comparatively warm the month As a whole was considerably below Normal according to the summary published by m. Ii. Bit Stone a meteorologist for the South Dakota Sec-1 3 i lion of the government weather Bur j eau. The lowest temperature occur red on the 10th and 20fh when the thermometers fell below Zero in most parts of tim state a amp a Rook and Jefferson recorded �?T24 below Zero on that Date. The highest temperature for tie month was recorded at Spearfish on november in when the Mercury climbed to 30 degrees. Millions will die in Russia of starvation cot atry faces unspeakable horror during next eight months. Report tee of thew Bole was indicated Asim were unsealed today. Eminent. The italians having received of instructions to at f it in principle the Root regulation proposals. Tho italian acceptance was said to be con a Dit Ned on French accept Ion however. The naval committee meeting May be Beld late today. New c1�lfio-ap conference the japanese and chinese were preparing to going into conference again late in the Day Over Shantung. A All the evidence pointed to an Early i conclusion of the Shantung conver i nations. I a British delegation spokesmen said a Clever forger who planned to they accepted As probably Well found-1 come to Mitchell to carry on his of. Police catch Clever forger St. Pai l Man is arrested in Sioux Falls has i per St ate hotels o Penrose buried in near secrecy Only four ars follow senators Boda to cemetery i. Commerce. Mcalester. Turley _ a a. ,. Made for the purpose by the Legisla Ture last Winter. To Ieper. Muskogee Abd other of Abb a towns. In Kansas the storm entered Aromas Galena and Baxter Springs. Communication in Many paves was entirely disorganized and the extent of the damage could not be estimated accurately. No one is renown to have been killed or. Fatally injured. John a. Whitehurst prudent of be Oklahoma state Board of Agri of Alture said that the wheat crop Tad been endangered by the rain. Bandits kill Bank Nead wound chief of police at Maywood . Ill. Jan. 5�?john Sofiel. President of the mar Wood state Bank a shot my killed and Louis so leu a a a. Chief if p Dice of the suburb and Arthur Benson a Bank messenger veer wounded today when five bandits robbed them of a is 2.ona payroll for the Maywood Plant of the Quot in company. By associated press lenses wire Philadelphia. A. Jan. 5.�?the funeral of senator Boies Penrose was held this morning. The same grea1 secrecy that surrounded tile making four members of Bureau Shaft of i or bib ,b1ent� for the funeral was who Are Eph Lalieth in the several until the body of the phases of the work to be performed Lotical a add a was lowered Irto tim will be in direct charge of the Survey. Brick Strave in South Laurel or. Smith announced. The Survey .i11 Ramster it proper will be completed within three forthcoming whether there a Anc inn Tbs after these men arrive in the i religious services at the House or at state. A detailed written report pre cemetery. Newspaper reporters Benting their findings together with Quot Ere not admitted to the burial constructive recommendations Bas thereon will be submitted to gov about 7 20 a. In. Today the three error Mcmaster sometime before May Brothers. Barie b. I hard an i. In the examination of Public records and documents and in collected associated pros ijca.? wire Moscow. Russia. Jan. 6.�? Russia Bas begun the year 1 922 with eight months it of unspeakable horror before her and the terrible dread that next Summers crop May Only slightly relieve the gnawing famine. At Tsa rat sin. A rat off. Samara. I a. Orenburg and Kazan Frozen bodies Are stacked High awaiting burial in trenches which workmen cannot pre pare fast enough for the victims of famine exposure and typhoid and every Day the situation is growing worse. 5.000.000 will die. American Relief workers who originally cautiously placed tile number of probable deaths in the famine area this Winter at 2.000,000 now say that 5.ooo.ooo is a Low estimate an Many say the number May reach 10.-000,000. Or even More. It is predicted that typhus epidemic probably will be the worst that Russia has Ever suf j feed. J de reports that some arrangement had been reached at for s. Settlement of the Shantung questions but said the details would have to be worked out Bere by the chinese and japanese delegations. Harding trims canal payroll More than Loop Nimax employees in pan Aai a dismissed since March i Washington. D. A. Jan. 5�?a total of 6.4 54 civilian employees have been dismissed from Federal service in the Panama canal zone since March 4. 1921 Secretary weeks announced yesterday. Their services were dispensed with he said without affecting the operation of the water Way although traffic remained unusually heavy. Of the total dismissed. 5.161 were on orations was arrested at Sioux Falls wednesday according to word teaching Here today. The Man. Who gives to name As a. E. Bradford poses As a millinery Salesman. His plan is t mail letters to himself at various hotels and to come to those hotels a few lays later a a for Bis mail. Find a Check in one of the letters and ask to have the i Check cashed. He succeeded in Keeling i bogus Cheeks cashed at the i Lincoln hotel in we left in and the Marvin Hughitt hotel in. Huron. The checks which Bradford presented were on the style millinery House of St. Paul drawn on the american National Bank of St. Paul. They were signed by m. D. I Witt. A letter addressed to Bradford came to a local hotel this week it was mailed in Minneapolis on Jin nary 3. Of by associated press leased 55 i re it Washington. To. Cd. Jan. 5.�?furthet testimony relating to the hanging of american soldiers at is sur till France was presented today to the Senate committee investigating charges by senator Watson. Democrat Georgia that soldiers had been Awe cute without trial. Herbert l. Cadenhead of Greenville. Mass., a former service Man. Declared be had witnessed a ten 01 twelve executions at to sur Tell while engaged in transporting German prisoners by truck in the Quot Vicinity of that place. 55ar department records previous a in submitted to the committee showed that two soldiers were hanged at is sur Tille after conviction by Genera court martial and gave the total executions in the a u. F. As eleven Al j after formal trial before military courts. Saw no barbarity Cadenhead did not know whether any of the men be saw banged i my been sent to their death without trial he in detail the execution which lie claimed to have witnessed one of them being that of a lieutenant. Who Cadenhead. Said had her charged with assault upon a sever year old girl. Cadenhead. Produced be eral smal photographs of purported hang tin scenes "5our main criticism about the execution. As set Forth in your letter to senator Enteon. Was that Iii French people should not have Boer permitted to see them a chairman Bra Deg cd asked. �?~5 is a see any barbarity a a no sir. The Quot Only thing i saw a that some of Tho men Bange Wert doped senator Overman. Democrat. North Carolina wanted to know who a with Cadenhead when a looked on i the executions. 55 ill summon heti inc Cadenhead mentioned a Andrew but explained that the Snelling was i that in live at Elmhurst. Long Island. Thelume will be summoned two witnesses called to testify a to charge that a c Hie Romle oui of Staunton va., had shot two Soldier in France were excused after it a developed they had no personal knowledge of the matter. A moment later however. Lemur it. Smith of Dublin 5 who has been Iii an institution for the insane since tim War. Declared he saw major Opin shoot a Soldier. Quot while in a dugout with three comrades and four German prisoners a said Smith "1 saw major Piei Tak a gun and deliberately shoot a Man. The Man Opie shot was 55�?Tilliam 55 on wine. Opie was ten Steps from Wool egyptian official wounded by student he a Herr Tho americans Are feeding nearly the Siver Roll and 1.2 92 on the Gold 1.000.000 children and the British. Rojy Tion of necessary facts data Cli state officers and employees arc divvied by the Law authorizing the Curvey to work in full cooperation with the representatives making the investigation. And various other organizations Are furnishing nourishment for at least 100,000 under the most dangerous con Quot editions. Typhus is so prevalent throughout All of the 5 Olga Region and in turkestan that the soviet government has -. Stopped All passenger service to and no information was from the c Region saw Ala by Frozen bodies a George be we of the British save the children fund report lie saw 250 Frozen bodies Many of whom were children buried in a Trench at of Jaru Toff in one Day. My says train loads of refugee children underfed and scantily Clad. Are Riding from the famine area in s Toh a pitiable condition that the living children Are worse off than by associated press leaded wire Cair. Egypt Jan. 5.�?badreldtne Rev controller of the egyptian gov Quot we hat did major Opie say a Fack a a. A the a Aid a i shot birr Tak it out a �?o55�?That was sat before the shoot. Ing a Only one shot fired a not a word was passed a Jot Opie gave no a How Many shots were fired a a a one. It hit Woolwine in the Chest he was dead when we picked him Smith in a to senator wat son said he had been decorated by the. French Ami american governments. But in testimony be said that he had received no such decoration. A Why did you say it then a he was asked. A a Friend of mine a patient in the episcopal Parish to elect officers thu re ii officers to serve at St. Mary s episcopal Church for the coming year will be elected at the annual Parish meeting to be Lichi Friday evening. January 6. Friday is the Church feast of the Epiphany or manifestation Ern ment crimes department narrow Hospital at Marion Tith me. Roro the by escaped assassination today at the letter and i signed it without read hands of a youth believe to be a ing student. The controller was serious j chairman Braude a calling at Fen in wounded by a revolver shot. La Quot Tion to discrepancies in statements in returned the fire and pursued i Smiths better and testimony As to the assailant but the latter escaped. J dugout shooting asked which w As Rory of acct. Says testimony 5vu Hight Post office Noah n actions Washington. D. A. Jan. 5�?�? nominations of postmasters sent to the holy Senate today included d. 55. Stod Spencer. Arrived at the Spruce Street Home where the senators body Lay and where he was born. Communion will be held at Church at to a. In., on Friday. The Dard. Anchorage. Alaska and Eldridge. Bellingham a Wash. Hugh a few minutes later the body of dead. The senator a brought out and the i t,1r let government has agreed of weather report Hearse followed by four automobiles supposedly containing the families of the three Brothers started for the cemetery. Thus was enacted the final scene in the career of a Man who could have had one of the largest funerals to Grant the american Relief administration the use of 8.000 cars and 500 locomotives required to move the supplies which the $20. Obod of just appropriated by the United states will provide. It is estimated that 200 ars and five locomotives will be required daily for forty Days a o new yorker will spend his two million Dollar legacy to build Park for mothers new Jacobs. In Tho history of the City. Political South k Eta knit tonight am front a Ryco Umyn the i disastrous Blaze 7rrobablv Frida nuns Tom of rat Ute j1�?T&Quot a Philadelphia i a _ american a Day a and nest nne a North por. A Dors to to Honor to Tho Doad tons tonight. Stock buyer slain in pistol Duel in Missouri Exchange local temperature by Tho republicans recording thermometer chieftain and not one was invited to the Bachelor Home of the senator. Where Many political conferences have been Beld. Questions or i a cd we a in English town wednesday 3 p. In to below 6 p in. To below-9 p. In. 9 below thursday 12 p in i i below 12 in 14 below by associated press leased Al re a r .3 p. In. S below Kansas fity mo., Jan. 5�?harry maximum s below at 3 p. In. Thurs Ruener of Des Moines la., a horse buyer. Was shot end killed and Adolph Drahos Quot Dar rapids la. And w. B. Hall. Kansas City were to indulge the desire for adventure that had caused the trouble with i Little family. The last chapter of his Rowa Mantic life was written when he died Santa Claus who Brough to or. La in Holland and bequeathed his for cob something of the spirit of the tune to his brother Morris the sturdy Day on which the child of Bethlehem industrious Broth Quot who had come to born. The other x visitor was the United states and built up a Fortune of his own in real estate dealing. Morris Jacobs is not at All excited Over this sudden increase Iii Hie fortunes. A i am an old lie said. Quot for me there is not much left but the Chance to help other people. That 5ork. X 5�?T Jan. 5.�?morris a retired real estate operator had two callers at his modest Frame Houe Christmas Fine was 23 below at 6 a. In. Wounded when according to witness 1 Frank Thompson a Stock Raiser j of Olathe. Kansas opened tire on j Ruener in the crowded lobby of the j live Stock Exchange Here. I Day minimum thursday. By the official government thermometer from noon yesterday to noon today maximum 3 below. Minimum 16 below. At noon 3 below. By associated or rvs \5irc mammon and a Quot brought t. A r a it 5\�?Tcst Hartlepool. Eng. Jami. 5.�? cobs a Fortune of 12.75- v r scores of houses had been Laid waste 1 Jacobs says be will use his Ortune the 1 today. 2.00 people Quot rendered homeless i to build a Public a 1 k a Quot Astoria. I family desired secrecy in the by rail j Smi More than l.o00.000 pounds Ster for the use of the mothers and Chil e i t of ,. I of the so Nator Quot rid Mio answer of Ling damage done by a fire which Dren of that Section. Law political friends was that rep Hoko out yesterday in the Timber the mopey is a legacy of his Broth. A. In. .0 below Roso bated pomp and ceremony and Yard Horn fanned by a Strong Gale. Or. Or. Albert Jacobs court physician that it i of Abl was his wish that lib fire spread throughout the night j for Many be buried As simply and with As Little and by this Hall covered Ern ment. Whose Fortune was built up Money. Commotion As possible. Approximately eighty acres from a tobacco Plantation in sums Quot there should be a Park Bere for i j_0_.�?~_ a try. The Story of Albert Jacobs is the Quot the mothers and children to Pla it in. 0 former governors her dead i store of the prodigal son who did not i used to Cive june Wek parties once named Coper. I.-, Moines. La. Jan 5-mrs o. B. Return. For All the children and a Hay Navel Doner also save the names of wit Hardin Mother of former governor born in Italy of a German father me much pleasure. Now j shall be new a. To in 1-0 negroes and italian Mother he was is i pleased to give the children an All White men were present. We a a years to the Holland gov j is what i Miall do with my brother s hould be Quot Arhat i test Ifird was right a he said. Hgt was then excused. Osborn Ellison of Pulaski. 5�?Ta. Mentioned by Smith As having been in Tho dugout with him at the time of the 55 ool Winc shooting declared a Quot was not present never saw major Cpin shoot any Soldier was not with Smith and never saw him but once. Lee Collins of Dublin. Va., next. Called said he was not with Smith to the dugout and did not see major Opie shoot 55�?Toolwine or anybody Els. Edwin Tinner of san Francisco a voluntary witness stepped Forward and declare he wanted to testify concerning prison atrocities in France. Quot i was at basses prison near Bordeaux where i was sent up for three month for going across the Street out of my area to two egg sandwiches a he said. Saw Sarg Cain kill Alan 55 Hilo at the prison. Duper a rial b 55 Hile at the prison. Dulier said a saw a sergeant while drunk kill a prisoner for asking for n Gire of bread. The sergeant. Lew is not Courtman dialled a far As be knew. John Fitzgerald of Pennsylvania. Who wrist locked u for drunk was named by Dunn a a the prisoner killed. The sergeant hid. Was mrs. Palmer dead Washington Jan. 5�?mrs a Mitchell Palmer wife of the former at w. L. Harding died at her Home at and an Tome general of the United states. Is i Bey. La., yesterday Folio Wing on at i t ranged from Bis family soon after j year party with my Park. Of there gang to Ltd i i i ii ? did suddenly at her Home Here last tack of indigestion of she a 74 years her had finished i medical course in is any Money left i shall use that for j Quot a re too a if. A u Ionia Rice us con night j of a German University. He left i cute j charitable continued of tag Quot in
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