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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - January 9, 1922, Mitchell, South Dakota
The evening Republican City edition yol. , South Dakota monday january 9, 1922 number 85 jail in hubbub at resignation of Irish chief e Valera declares he does not want to be president of Irish free state _ a situation is critical i to r dub att is faded by a muoi unix to . Vote on Ratific v Iton. it be better to invest their spare change in groceries Vii Eli my whale press tiered wire Nibert Inland. Jan. 9.�?the Dail ran adjourned at 1 30 p. M. Today a i 330 of Elock with the motion Tor of a Quot portion of president de Valera 0 a ruled in his resignation when a a it r reconvened this morning a ill or i r discussion. \ t a b r of the members who Vot a a fort1 a a treaty failed to attend this session and there was an a it desire on the part of air. Do supporters to expedite the it it t the motion for his re election resident of the Irish Republic. Y. A resisted the motion for the adjournment hut the speak declared the adjournment motion aerie. Situation is confused the situation remains critical and it refused. There was much cheering n a a booing of members As they out into the Street. Many of the using men in the crowd shouted udly a up with the Republic. During the debate this morning arb Art Collins one of the leaders snort of the Irish treaty which was tined saturday Over or. Devalera a position said that no one in the j Iii wished to be put in the position j opposing president de Valera. He pointed out that the Dail was in faced with the problem of taker Over the government from the British and he suggested the Fermata of a committee whose members Ould he chosen from both sides of a controversy to keep the peace Ork and not talk was now required a added. Treaty fight ended. Arthur Griffith said the question of a treaty had been constitutionally tried and that there was nothing prevent its terms being carried str. Devalera declared that the re j bile must continue until the peo a by an election disestablished it. Was quite ready during the inter-1. He said to help maintain the in Pendency of Ireland. He said that until the treaty was it into legislative form and worked t the people would not understand Tat it meant. Ile called the treaty Aly a vague people have final word. The Dail must continue he Declar j a a us a it the Peg be could decide be i Cen the treaty and the Irish j he challenged the supporters off it treaty to an election after the it aty was put into operation. A j. Hogan said the people had a it to decide immediately and he j ked for a speedy election. John Mcintee of Monaghan argued it England had not yet Given i real the Constitution for the free state d that until the terms of the treaty j re carried out the Republican gov unsent must he continued. Mcintee urged keeping the re i j re is of Ireland intact so they lid fight a if England lets us i John Mckeown and Michael col s both jumped up at this shouting and or. Harvey was thrown out e Landing heavily on the Road. He was does no to want office. Al it be to arise but was rushed Hack sir. Devalera said that if he were to his hotel in a dazed condition. Elected no Effort of his would be physicians who were hurriedly in to obtain a joint Cabinet. I summoned found him suffering from 1 done to want tim office at All a he Shock and from severe bruises on his ared. Then looking at Griffith and Back. His dazed condition after the i Accident lasted More than an hour. New ordinance will regulate Public dances boys and girls under is years would be barred under proposed statute Many Steps defined City attorney Mitch Hue car a Ftp new Rev for presentation to cof Sci e boys and girls Between in and 19 years of age who Are now allowed to attend Public dances in Mitchell without restriction so far As City ordinances Are concerned would not be allowed to attend such dances unless accompanied by their Parent or guardian. Under the provisions of n new dance ordinance being drafted by f Vav. Mitchell City attorney. It will he presented to the City Council at a coming meeting. Many cities in the state have ordinances which do not allow Young people below is years to attend dances unless chaperoned but Mitchell has retained the old ordinance of placing the age limit at in years. Vulgar dancing prohibited the ordinance being drafted prohibits vulgar and indecent dancing and defines such dancing As follows a bodies in close contest Wiki Cheeks close or touching or with Arni or arms thrown about the Back of the partner or with a shaking or jerking of the body or dancing in any suggestive or sensual under the new ordinance it is pro smoking room for new York women is opened in theater by associated a Bess Ijes sed wire new y Ork Jan. 9�?an elaborately fitted smoking room exclusively for women will he opened tonight in the Globe theatre on of Broadways Best known amusement houses. A the Twat re must follow the trend of the the management announced. Many of the women patrons of the theatre were to he seen last season smoking in Tho lobby it said and the theatre desired to provide them with quarters where they could do so in Comfort. American Flag filippino peril Quezon states Freedom Champion declares islands woe old be first hit by japs in Idu Newberry in Senate denies Ford charges Michigan senator declares he personally never violated state Laws vote due this week Senate is expected to con it i de a Moes Scinda l c ase before sated a by prows be amp cd wire Manila i. I., Jan. 3.�?manuel Quezon president of the philippine Senate addressing Law students of the University of the Philippines today declared the Philippines would be safer from foreign. Aggression if Given Complete Independence than under an american protectorate. In the event of War Between the United states and Japan with the Philippines under an american pro i feet orate or. Quezon asserted the Philippines would he the Only logical video that the License of any person j place for Japan to land troops conducting a dance Hall would be a j he said the Philippines could live to magically revoked if the person is an Independent life without Protee a Onvil Ted of disobeying any part of the City regulations concerning dancing. It also gives the City authorities Power to revoke any dance Hall License if it is deemed necessary after an investigation has been conducted. Bur on Moonlight dances a a Moonlight Waltzes would be pro Navy habited under the new ordinance am 4 a it is time to take a he there is a clause which requires paid. A actually we Are taking a a dance Hall be kept fully lighted at Chance As Long As we Are under the All times. The new ordinance would american Flag. Today tomorrow regulate All dances within the City and any other Day Japan might clash and within one mile outside of the with the United states and we Complete Harvey injured in Auto smash at Allied meet America x a mras s a d o it thrown y jul car when Quot Axle suddenly gives Way mf0�n.i,i japanese would taken up by Senate keep Shantung chinese assert Tribue with peking during Washington Parley by associated press leaded wire Washington d. By Jan. 9�?forestry enthusiasts from All parts of the country Are Here for the hearings on the Snell Mccormick forestry policy Bill which opened today. The Hill provides an appropriation for increased fire prevention work Fop reforestation buying lands and other forestry work. Among those to appear before Tho committee is Elbert to. Raker. Cleve land american newspaper publishers Anocia Tion. Of by associated press teased wire Cannes France Jan. 9.�?George Harvey american ambassador to great Britain narrowly escaped death today in an automobile Accident. Accompanied by Richard Crane former american ambassador to Czecho Slovakia in whose car he was Riding and Wickham Steed. Editor of the London times ambassador Harvey was on his Way for a round of Golf. J the Axle of the machine broke j Philadelphia lawyer is appointed by gov. Sproul to succeed Pentose Pepper named to be senator by associated pm to a used wire Washington d. C., Jan. 9.�?the chinese people will resist by every Means at their disposal any attempt by the japanese to open direct negotiating with peking on the Shan Tung question representatives of chinese National and provincial or j a animations who Are Here As unofficial observed at the Washington conference have declared. A should the Anglo american Good offices fail to bring an equitable solution a the formal statement said j a the Shantung question should by brought before the conference and should that fail actions Independent of the conference should be taken by the chinese delegation to vindicate corporate limits. Under the present City ordinance it is required that a $5 License fee be paid by any person giving a Public dance and that a police officer shall be hired at Tho expense of the person giving the dance. The present ordinance contains a provision that there shall be no smoking or drinking in or about the room Hall or premises in which the dance is held but this clause is not enforced. Limitation of aircraft now is impossible by an mkt Toi preen leased wire Washington in by Jan. 9.-�?truman of. Newberry appeared in the Senate today for the first time in several months prepared to speak in his own defense in Tho contest brought by his democratic opponent Henry j Ford for the senatorial peat from i Michigan which was at stake in Tbs 1918 election won by or. Newberry the chamber usually half deserted i at noon showed a quorum in it a Tendance. The galleries were pack cd. Senator Newberry pushing Hack the swinging door to the Republican cloak room bumped first into senator Norris Republican Nebraska who had been listed unofficially As one of the republicans counted to vote against him. In a few moments Tfir senator was surrounded by his colleagues. Senator Trammell. Democrat. Fl�r-1 Ida. Took die floor anti began an Adt dress urging adoption of a minority report holding that senator Newberry was not entitled to hold his seat. Taking the floor for his defence in the ouster proceedings brought by Henry Ford Defeated democratic candidate. Senator Newberry emphatically denied personal knowledge of the expenditure of the Large Campaign fund spent in his Helm of. A was god is my witness i am not to this Day and hour conscious of having done in connection either with the primary Campaign or the general election of 1919, in Michigan a be said a a single act that was or is unlawful dishonourable or corrupting. This i say to the Senate without reservation or qualification. Believes a Wib obeyed a att is and always has been my understanding that in so far As the primary in Michigan is concerned if the Cost is not borne by the candidate himself Tho committee in charge of the Campaign May spend whatever amount it pleases for the eleven enumerated objects which Are set Forth at length in the Michigan primary Law. T therefore assumed from the Start and t still believe that tile Law was carefully obeyed by this Independent committee. Which held the Campaign Forray primary election in hand. A i made my statements under oath i to the Senate As provided by Law in lha Arm be weft thut twee were full and fair statements of the absolute Grott three meeting is truth and i so believe to this hour. Called to discuss new Cut i would make the same statements Elf loan association today. Tion from the United states. Or. Quezon declared in the final count it would be the Public opinion of the world which would guarantee the Independence of the Philippines and characterized that As More powerful than ail the Protection America could give with her army and should therefore demand and absolute Independence. Of. Bankers plan move to help Stock five pouter committee decides to appoint body to study problems of air loins he added you have a majority with your to four votes. Elect. Your own a spirited tilt followed Between a am Cosgrove a Strong advocate j the treaty and or. Devalera. Of trove who is minister of local Fern Cut declared that the Sug tinn for the re election of the pres Tivus unconstitutional. A a. Devalera replying said that it a fair question. He regarded the is the Sovereign authority and id choose its own executive. Subversion of Republic. In thought the treaty a subversion the Republic which he was bound maintain. Ile believed that when treaty ceased to be a vague Proni and became an act the people lid realize they had been fooled meanwhile he thought the Pleni in diaries might proceed with Carity through that treaty and let the i Cor a to with All resources Vest in it funds and everything else. The physicians expressed the opinion that he would he confined to his bed for several Days and said he should not attempt to attend to any official duties. Or. Crane was uninjured but or Steed suffered from bruises and shod. Delegates to the Allied supreme Council at which ambassador Harvey was acting As observer for his government sen expressions of sympathy and congratulations at his escape. Premier Lloyd George of great Britain visited the hotel in i person to make inquiries. Injuries not serious by associated press encased wire Philadelphia pa., Jan. 9.�?George Wharton Pepper Philadelphia lawyer was appointed United states i senator by governor Sproul today to j China a succeed the late Boies Penrose. In i Der the Law the appointment stands j until a successor is selected at the november election to fill the unix pored Penrose term ending in 1927. , the a action and attitude of George Wharton Pepper la not in j Japan he Cal nose representatives declared a have convinced us that Japan has no intention to quit Shan wide attention by 1 Tun the present deadlock the statement added a was deliberately created by Japan for the purpose causing delays and carrying on intrigues in Washington d. C., Jan. 9.�?limitation of development or use of aircraft is impossible at this time the five Power armament committee of the Washington conference decided today. It adopted a Resolution however. Providing for an International commission to study the aircraft question with a View to further committee adopted substantially the report of its sub committee and which found that to place a limit on aircraft in warfare would retard commercial development. The committee in taking a stand favor with the aim of providing some Means by which straight Loans on cattle May be handled through the War finance corporation a meeting of hankers of group three of the. South Dakota Bankers association has been called in Mitchell for january 12 the meeting will be held at the City Hall auditorium at 2 p. No. 1 it is urged that every Bank in the group be represented at the i meeting. A. L. Freelove president of the 1 first National Bank of Kennebec and state senator from Lyman coun 1 to has issued the Call for the meeting As chairman of group three a the purpose of the meeting will be to try to find some Way either to organize or to help mime other or j knew nothing of expenditure i a was to the Campaign fund the question of its acquisition or of its expenditure was never called to my attention by any one connected with i me or the Campaign committee and when t stated that no Money was spent with my knowledge or consent. I endeavoured to convey the same impression which i now Endeavor to make Clear namely that As for myself i was spending no Money and that i knew nothing about tim expenditure of Money in the Campaign i want to make this Point just a Strong As i am Able to. A upon these facts As i then believed them to be and As t now believe them to be i shall abide the re. Known to Many members of the Senate. During the time the Versailles treaty was under consideration attracted opposing the ratification of the league of nations covenant in joint debate on the Public platform w Ith senator a nose and chinese negotiators who j Viding for a Scoyni Mission. To comprise have been handling the discussion of j aviation and other technical As Well the Shantung controversy. There was no change today in the Able to a study with a View to in deadlock existing Between the Jap Ture action adopted resolutions pro tit Shock of Nebraska in this City and with senator Pomerene of Ohio in Indianapolis. Or. Pepper comes from an old Philadelphia family. He we Ili he 55 years of age on March 16. He was educated in private schools and was Gani Patlon already in existence suit with a Clear head whereby straight cattle paper can he ded in conclusion of his prepared and financed through the War finance dress. A ibo far As i am personal or. Freelove said in concerned i did not spend in the his Call for the meeting primary Campaign in Michigan a sin i can see no Way for the Banks of Dollar directly or indirectly with South Dakota to furnish Money for the exception of a personal Contri their customers to buy cattle in 192? i Button of $it500 to the Republican unless through some assistance of this nature a or. Freelove continued. A every hanker in this group knows that the cattle in hts District have disappeared and that at the a Cong Hariel it Ables ii us ties graduated in ass from the i Niver a Washington. D. It Tan. 9.�?ambas pity of Pennsylvania of which he is Sador Harvey cabled the state depart now a trustee and from the Law Dement today from Cannes that he had apartment two years later. Been slightly injured in an automobile Accident hut said he requested ambassador Herrick at Paris to act j As ten Horary american observer a that i be entitled to use them the Cannes conference in his place. The preservation of the indo Pend the following communication was a of Ireland until such time As the issued by the department of state people had decided otherwise. Shortly before noon today or. Devalera said be was not of a the department of state received no himself for re election. He said a cablegram from ambassador Harvey i this morning stating that he was tem i Pora Rily confined to his room As a re j suit of an automobile collision at Cannes. Or. Harvey reported that his injuries were not of n could secure a combination it and that a Cabinet from the by Side was out of he question. Were elected today he would Cabinet composed for the time f those who stood definitely Republic. The final decision by left to the Irish people. Or. Pepper is a prominent member of to the episcopal Church and an expert on the canonical Law of the denomination. Iii his University Days or. Pepper was a Hammer thrower on tile Pennsylvania track team and also played football. He defended organized baseball in the Federal league suits and had much to do with the drafting of the present National agreement of the american and National leagues. Intensive study of waste lands is started by chamber Market prices considering the cheapness of the land and the pastures that Are empty it would be Well to furnish cattle the Mitchell Banks Are arranging for a banquet to be held at the wid Cumber is made finance chairman Heads of Hospital ships Are called into conferences Barrett hits propagandists by associated dress leased wire Chicago iii., Jan. 9�?an intensive study of the whole subject of the reclamation of Waite areas was begun Lierz today by a special committee appointed by the chamber of Commerce of the United states. E. T. Meredith of Des Moines la is chairman of the committee which proposes to w Ork out a National plan for conference the reclamation of Idle lands by Zirri gallon drainage diking and other methods. Tho committee will Quot go into the social political and economical questions involved including the practicability of tilts method of providing lands for War veterans. As Legal experts to study the whole problem and report at some future indefinite time. The whole naval treaty was said to i be Well advanced in preparation and the american delegation was called to meet at 3 o clock for study of the j tentative draft. Ships of 10,000 tons. Or less when and if converted would come within 4 the Rule which limits the armament of naval Craft except capital ships to guns of 8 Inch calibre or less. 4 merchants ships of More than to too tons displacement would not he available for conversion into Auxilio j Ary naval Craft in time of War under provisions of the naval limitation i treaty now practically completed by naval and naval experts of the arms afar of poverty is d state Central committee this is equally True of the general election. T was elected fairly and honorable As senator from the state of Michigan. Whatever action the Senate of the United state May make t shall remember As Long As i live the staunch loyalty of the people of Michigan who with competent and full knowledge of every allegation made Arbuckle Case up wednesday Mann hotel for the dialling Bankers j against me. Held Rny in such Confidence and believed in me sufficiently of to elect me one of their senators a i can add nothing to this statement to which the Senate with so much patience and Courtesy has listened. It presents fully and frankly All the farts in the Case As i know them to senator Newberry concluded his St foment at 2 o clock. Tatejr a just one hand clap. Senator Walsh. Democrat Montana then began questioning the senator. Senator Newberry standing and leaning on his desk inked across the chamber As senator Walsh asked if it were True that he did not go on the stand in his trial at grand Garland will accept riches e x pm r in Boston i v Vai Ter Denly changes his mind form for american Heyd says foes of disarm Ament Are causing trouble associated press i ceased wire a Washington. D. By Jan. 9.�?com Washington. D. A. Jan. 9�?�?oa sin manding officers of the \ a Ltd a states it or propaganda apparently a Man rating from Washington against both Islington d. C., Tan. 9.�?sena 1 ship hospitals have been ordered by Mocumber of North Dakota was i major Sawyer acting As chairman. Ted today by the committee on j to meet in a conference Here Jan it tees As chairman of the sen j uary it to discuss plans of the Federal Beard for hospitalization for the treatment of diseased and disabled soldiers. Of a Nance committee to succeed the Boles Penrose. Senator freling ten Republican new Jersey was Ted to fill the vacancy on the ice committee. of senator my Cumber to chairmanship of the finance Romeo will leave vacant the chair ship of the pensions committee of Mattees deferred selection of a Man of that committee. A to Abbington editor dead Ashington d. A. Jan. 9.�?charles Mitchell editor in chief of the Hington Herald died today at his Leace Here. _ a r v. J and and weather report forecast South Dakota fair tonight tuesday slightly colder East Central portions tonight. I xxx Al temperature by the official government thermometer from noon yesterday to noon today maximum 45 minimum 29 at noon 4 _ the purpose and Success of the arms conference a is reported As reaching through the mails the a majority of Homes especially those of foreign Horn families John Barrett former director of the american Union. Declared in a statement issued Here j today upon the return from a three weeks tour of the Central West. Or. Barrett said he also had been impressed with a a new rapidly growing feeling in the Central West against Washington As the capital and new y Ork As the financial Center of the this he said. Was due to the a serious agricultural depression and the vigorous opposition of new York to the St. Lawrence great lakes deep water plan on which Chicago and surrounding Section has set its v heart a a Mitchell Farmer sold $340 Worth of blooded Stock through just one and in the want and eolian of the Republican. Want and Only coat two cent a word and reach 25,000 readers. Second Trail for m isl ugh Ter is ready. Superior court announces by asm related press in ased wire Boston. Mass., Jan. 9.�?charles Garland who More than a year ago. I rapids. Announced his refusal to accept a leg a aft a a Sanator Newberry replies. Act of $1,000,000 willed to him by his senator Walsh then Why he father the late James a. Garland did not make a statement before the of this City has reconsidered his de i statement made , and senator i vision and will accept the Money a Newberry replied the he did not go cording to the Boston Post. His on the stand at grand rapids on and brother Hamilton who likewise de vice of his lawyers. Who said he refined a legacy of equal proportions a had no information to give to the yen 9 has accepted his share of the family juju a senator Walsh read from the Newberry trial record and asked Sena farm j Tor Newberry if it had paid hotel i Hills of Tau i if. King and others who went to new York to see him and s were charged to the senator. Xxx Krystn Citco a second manslaughter trial of Roscoe i Fortune the Post declares. Garland v. Fatty Arbuckle charged with lives with his Mother and two j having caused Tho death of miss Brothers in a Tumble Down far a Virginia Rappe log Angeles motion House a North Carver. Mas-., do picture actress will begin wednesday dined the Post said to discuss his hotel Bills were charged As the result of today a proceedings reasons for reversing his decision. In the Superior court. Charles in declining Bis inheritance a amp a recollection of having the Case had been set for today last year condemned a system which he said. _ a it might throw some Light on were stuffed. It is such a system that j of i stated that at that offers me a million dollars he then j and during the War i had no said. J Home except two hotel rooms a con a third brother. James a., accepted tinted or. Newberry a i have an artus share of the estate last year with i ran gement in Newyl Ork whereby my out comment. Sons and my family charges their of account at the Biltmore and the Bills but the District attorney announced starved thousands while hundreds j if is such a system that that he desired to try the defendant this time on a grand jury indictment instead of the police court complaint which Arbuckle faced in his first trial. Arbuckle pleaded not guilty to the indictment accusation. Both sides stupid in that if the second trial is still in Progress january 30, a recess will be taken on that Date to allow Gavin Mcnab Arbouf Klee a chief counsel to argue the Mary Pickford divorce Appeal in the Nevada supreme court. North Dakota tax suit lost Arp ended in due time. Washington. D. By Jan. 9�?the a we All have enthusiastic Friend excise taxes imposed by North Dakota who think we Are More generous upon railroads within the state were j than we Are a senator Newbern add held by the supreme court today to be i de amid laughter from Tho floor Aud invalid. V gallery
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