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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - January 12, 1922, Mitchell, South Dakota
Ten Page the evening Republican City edition vol , South Dakota thursday january 12, 1922 number 88aristide Briand resigns Post As Premier of France All political prisoners in Ireland freed King George signs general amnesty proclamation a result of Dail action is effective at once Griffith a ams ratification ski sting be Akkra opposes new i an of action a there was an old woman who lived in a shoes by presi ia>1 Vav or London eng Jan 12�?King George has granted general in respect to political offences committed in Ireland Prier in tile opera f in of the truce lust july Quot it was announced today the release of prisoners will begin at a Nee. A the King Baa been pleased at tee moment when tile provincial Irish government is due in taws office in Grant general amnesty Wii ii respect o ail of Cosea committed in Ireland rom political motives prior in the operation of the truce july la last a the release of tile priben6ia to which amnesty applies will Orthwith a it in the King s confident Hope tint a his act of oblivion will Ald in Pew a a fully establishing relations of Friendship and Geed will Between the copies of great or lain and figures Given nut in Bublin last night in anticipation of the amnesty n rods. In to on shewed that i lift per Fons who probably would Conte under the classification of political prisoners were still in confinement. Iii a hah tooth kit he Valera rih pm Dublin Ireland Jan 12.�?leaders of the sinn Fain faction opposing a be peace treaty have been summoned a Quot or today by if anon do Valera deposed president of the Dail i resin. In consider the general situation growing out of ratification of the treaty. Meanwhile Arthur Griffith the new president has smarted the machinery of his provisional government one of ids first acts being to summon the South Ireland Parlia j Merit for a meeting on saturday for be purpose of formally passing upon a be tree to. This formal ratification is specifically provided for in the pact. Will ignore mooting or. De Valera has stated that he will ignore the meeting on saturday be believes his followers will do likewise. The supporters of or. Griffith believe that this insures unanimous approval of tile treaty by the a a a main Long members with tile added votes of the four unionist members or Dublin University it is Rumor d thai one of the unionist members if Tho parliament May be added to the Cabinet thus giving a coalition com 1 flexion to tile administration Tho British authorities have begun a heir evacuation from Dublin Castle Sud announcement of tile release of Tho Irish political prisoners is expected at any time. Women of Cooee Kant Tho sex com in committee of the Eumann a Mehann the Hinn fein a a omens organization at a meeting he a Las night adopted a Resolution by n vote of 2 4 to 5 reaffirming its allegiance to the Republic and refusing to Nippon Tun Anglo Irish agreement. Sourness Georgia id Arkie Wicz be president wee in tile chair and delegates from tile country District tended the league Lias Tyft Foft Mem Ere in Dublin City alone. It group Bankers plan to bring financial Aid i majority of 70 institutions in District discuss cattle loan association move Falls like at conclusion bomb of his Are backed by w. F. Address to deputies entire Cabinet goes out of office with Briand grave situation developed As results Washington is stunned by resignation of French chief colleagues amazed Prokuski Ompa by it is said Wold bring Mil lion and Halk into District formal Ion of a financial association to bring More than a million and a half dollars Worth of actual Cash to Farmers and stockmen of counties in the Vicinity of Mitchell in the form of three year Loans through the wit finance corporation was discussed at a meeting in the City this afternoon of representatives of a Large number of the seventy Banks in group three of the South Dakota Bankers association. A. L. Freelove of Kennebec Bank d Okken dip at pkg pit a Ria. France Jan. 12.�?lf in Niter Premier Briand Lia it tendered hts i a St nation this afternoon that he had ii Favl on the Pur of the moment and that Ida read ult Ion was deeded time a after he had entered the Chandler of dept the and list Sneid in a a a a a a it ii of president Raoul pin it. That part of Pere a a Vrh which Briand plainly resented follow a a we Greet with Joy nil closer ties la Weeti Pix pcs and every defensive i<u4 with a definite Obj get of pr�d4�tion Slutt Qiliu to a tile Aee Ord now binding tis i our Hallin 11belgium hut the Ifni fiery would not consent to it ii de of a Kings in Dellam of and in \ Iola i iou of rights we deem by Mitol press a Paris France. Jan. 12.�?aristide Briand seven times Premier of France resigned suddenly this morning. Briand had just concluded an address in the chamber of deputies in which he reviewed the work of the Allied Council at to Annex and touched i and Stockman and so at senator again upon the achievements of the International arms conference at Wash from Lyman county issued the Callington. His resignation came ilk a Bombshell out of a dear sky. He bad Given no intimation of his resignation. His action was All the More amazing in View of the fact that he had just previous to his appearance in the deputies concluded with his Cabinet and Laid his entire plan of procedure before that body and won a practically unanimous decision in Hist in favor. Had won chamber by i address too his Blunt address to the deputies a believed to have swept away All opposition to his course and if a vote of Confidence had been moved it seemed certain that he would have been sustained by a Large majority. Briand s entire Cabinet goes out of office with him and the announce mental his resignation fell with stunning fore upon the group of men who have stood behind him in his efforts to secure for France what France s Milles seemed determined to take away. President Millerand has accepted Briand s resignation but there Haw been no intimation yet As to who will be named to succeed him or upon whose shoulders the task of collecting to new Mexia Fields placed under martial Law mexicans plan to have Dempsey meet Johnson in capital St at moors ordered by governor of Texas to lean up Vic k resorts amendment to Bonus Law is to be offered Ray would include Gold Star Moth eth and Deri in dents of dead Veteran a by pre leased wire Austin Texas Jan. 12.�?martial Law at Mexia Texas and the surrounding Oil Field on Oil town was proclaimed today by governor Pat i Neff and became effective Ai o a in today Una a the proclamation which a Perifimos jul to precincts number 4 in Limestone cant a and number a in Freestone brigadier general Jacob of Welters of Houston will assume command at Mexia and has Power to Call on a Eli Texas National guard forces As May to necessary to enforce tile Haw. Texas rangers have been on duty in Tho Mexia Oil Fields Ainee saturday when in of oration with other officers they inaugural so a a clean up Quot Campaign against alleged saloons and gambling reports. A open and flagrant violation of the Law a Highway robberies open gambling and Belling liquor were rooms of Tho reasons Given by the governor in his proclamation. Mexia is an Oil town about too Miles South of Dallas. Local officers at Mexia the governor said a Are either unable or unwilling to maintain and enforce the Law and there is a him Lent danger of insurrection tumult riot and breach of the peace Quot no troops had been ordered Rah Neil sized Early today it was said Here. Nogales. Ari. Jan. 12�?mexican boxing promoters Hope to arrange a match Between Jack Dempsey heavyweight Champion and Jack Johnson. Deposed negro Champion to take place in the near future at the Plaza de Tores in Mexico City according to reports received Here last night from the mexican capital. Snag in Shantung j removed Washington. D. A. Jan. 12.�?an agreement was reached by the chinese and japanese delegates when their j Shantung conversations were resumed today on the question of concessions for the building of extensions of the Tsung Tao to Nan fun railway in the Kiao Chow lease hold. Europe rapidly increasing her output of food pre War production Mph nearer than pre War consumption says expert for today s meeting. The plan which he submitted to the Bankers this afternoon is already in operation in Nebraska and Kansas. And an or j a animation similar to the one propos i de for this group is being formed by Bankers in Watertown and Vicinity. Eight to one credit basis under the plan proposed by or. Freelove and outlined by him this 1 morning the linkers could form an association capitalized at $2ftft.0ftft through which Banks of the state could discount their cattle paper. Quot the War finance said or. Freelove. A is willing to give cattle loan associations credit of eight Toone on their capitalization on Good cattle paper so that $1,600,000 Worth of Money to float Loans could he brought into this District with a $200,000 organization. A Freak legislation such As is being recommended in Many places will not help tile hankers or i or. Freelove declared. A the Only Way for actual Aid to be secured is thru some organization of this kind. When i the Farmers and stockmen Are Back on their feet it will indirectly Aid the Bankers. But this move is not a t Money making scheme for the Hanks it ought to go through if the Banks Are Able to subscribe the Money to buy Stock in the association. Pastures empty today South Dakota s pastures Are empty or. Freelove added. A there were Only 1,600,00ft cattle in the state last May and there Are undoubtedly far fewer now. The Farmers and stockmen must raise More cattle and milk More cows in order to get Back on their feet and they must he Given some Way in which to get the Money to Start. Or. Of Volove returned a Short time ago from Minneapolis where he conferred with the governor and directors of the War finance Board for this District. Long time loan advantageous government will fall. To no to Premier tomorrow after accepting Briand a resignation president Millerand indicated he would not ask any one to form a new ministry before tomorrow. Minister of War Barthou and former president Poincare were mentioned prominently in parliamentary lobbies As Likely candidates for the task of forming a new government. Premier Briand submitted his resignation to president Millerand at Elysee Palace immediately after he had concluded his speech before the chamber. The president immediately accepted the resignation of the Premier. And automatically the entire Briand Cabinet went out of office ame from Cannes today m Briand arrived in Paris this morning from Cannes where he has be ten attending the meeting of the Allied supreme Council. He returned to Paris at. The insistence of his Cabinet who had informed him that considerable opposition had developed in the chamber of deputies in regard to certain of his policies As outlined at the Cannes meeting. Shortly after his arrival in the capital he called a full meeting of his Cabinet and went into ail questions affecting the supreme Council in detail. Just prior to his Cabinet meeting the Premier held a Long conference with president Miller Rand. It was Senate votes on Newberry Idaho Man ends his life Here p. Al Pierson. Thinking himself fatally ilk sends Bullet through brain Lerr h d., Jan 12�?toe next Olith Dakota legislature will be motioned to change Ute Blat sol frs compensation Law to that ii i be possible to pay Bonus Money Gold Star mothers and to tits deepen of Bervie men who tiled a her while in the Bervie or before approval of the present Corn a a Satin not on february is 1021. Many cases Are being called to 1 attention of the Board record in. Of fre-1 it. Ray sex offic of chair Nan we dependents of such Mer be actually suffering because of loss of their bread winners. Under the present my payment i be made Only Quot to dependents of n who did a Ftp a the passage of a act. I doubt whether this was the a 1 mention of . Said or. A i am inclined to believe it a a a slip up in the phraseology of and t most sincerely Hope the next legislature will see Long distance gamblers taken new Orleans Crooks watch new Orleans races and Flash result to new von k Law at ice in making this change Quot. Elfast snipers by associated prose leased wire Belfast. Ireland. Jan. 12.�?three men were Phot one fatally by rued men Tho knocked at the doors their houses Here last night. A is. Nogg was killed and mrs. Mag Nis and mrs. Bowman Ore in a serous condition. Mrs or Lin who was shot sunday. Ltd be responder t because he believed himself to be afflicted with some incurable disease. P. E. Pierson. 6ft years old who came to Mitchell from j Idaho about two months ago. Shot himself through the head at 3 a. In. Today. The dead body was found at Daylight by l. J. Disburg a Milwaukee dispatcher. It Lay on the ground just East of the Milwaukee Yard office. Disburg. On night duty heard the shot which ended Piersons life but believed it to be a track torpedo j Pierson was a single Man and owned property in Idaho. He came to South Dakota last fall to visit his Nephew. John Solem of Worthing. Soon after he came to Mitchell to j consult physicians and spent a few Days in a local Hospital. He was not ill. It is asserted but believed himself to be sick. During the time he was in the City or. Pierson made his Home at the new Mitchell hotel. To. Harper proprietor. Mid Pierson had been acting queer for some time. Pierson threatened to kill himself several weeks ago. Sat Ira a that he was ill. After that or. Harper watched him a lose v and wrote to his Nephew at Worthing asking that be take care of or. Pierson. The Nephew came to Mitchell and took Pierson Hack to Worthing but he refused to stay and soon returned to Mitchell. Piersons remains were taken to horse while the other was at the the Zobl undertaking Parlours and Telephone in communication with i the relatives at Worthing were Noti new York the men. Acom Tang to the police. Hayloft by associated pro. Leased wire Washington. D. C., Jan. 12.�? Europe is fast pulling up to pre War production in foodstuffs according to a cabled summary of agricultural conditions abroad received by the Commerce department today from commercial attache Alfred h. Dennis at London. A striking revival of the j danish pork products Industry he reported Means sharpened Competition for american products of this kind in British markets. he said Quot is returning to j pre War production faster than to i pre War consumption. Import demands Are limited by reduced consumption and sheer inability to finance requirements abroad. Requirement in Italy. Austria and Germany j and in a lesser degree in Belgium. France and Greece will become a Ute with the exhaustion of Home supplies in the Spring. The question of finance will largely determine the source of imported supplies. A the pressure of the new Argentine crop is Algo a determining influence. The demand for american i Grain especially in Central Europe will tend to Slacken unless extraordinary credit facilities Are afforded importing countries by the United Argentina will have 4.ooo.ooo tons of wheat for Export according to unofficial estimates. Re ism Willod frees i eased wire Washington Jan. 12�?the Senate began voting on the Newberry election raise at 4 Foo o clock today taking the first Roll Call on a motion of senator Norris. Republican. Nebraska to unseat senator Newberry. The reparations commission is empowered to Grant delays and you May make up your mind now that a majority of the reparations commission has agreed to Grant it m. Briand a intention to resign was announced to the chamber at the close of his hours speech. The an _ nou Cement came a an entire Mir a Eugene Mayer managing director following the adjournment of j prise As he had apparently won the sympathy of the chamber. In. Colleagues of the Cabinet were of the War finance told or. Freelove explained Quot that he is strongly in favor of organizations of this kind. The War finance can do much better through a Large organization of this kind than through smaller organization and they Are Able to carry the Loans for three years instead of for six months i we hich is All the Banks can do. Quot if this association is formed the the Cabinet session that Biland had explained away All doubts in the minds of Bis official colleagues and that the Cabinet had again rallied to a Man behind him. Convinced hts Cabinet directly from the nag net meeting the Premier hurried to the chamber of deputies. It was Learned in the interim that far and had convinced the Cabinet that the Anglo French pact was the Best thing obtainable at his sudden making his an bomber alone Cabinet following d recovered Farmers and stockmen with he Able a. A a i to borrow Money at a rate of 7 1-2 a establishing French Sej percent interest instead of ten per purity it and a that the cent. The local Bankers would make Tir Cabinet a unanimous behind the out the loan papers for the Farmers and stockmen and would then Send the paper to Mitchell. To have it discounted. It would be sent to Minneapolis and from there direct to Washington. To would in reality mean that the Farmers were dealing almost continued on Page six 55 More delegates accept invitation to farm conference filled with amazement determination. M. Briand. After nou Cement. Left the the members of the As noon a they from their Surprise. Groups of deputies and government officials speedily gathered in excited discussion of the seriousness of the situation seeking a Wtzy out of the difficulty. I ouch eur it leaves Allied meet on Ile Aring report Cannes. France Jan. 12�?the news of Premier Briand s resignation was received by m. Loucher. Who win representing France in the supreme Council during the premieres absence while the Council was in session this afternoon. M Loucher immediately left the meeting announcing he would return to Paris tonight. -0 by associated Prev leased wire new Orleans la. Jan. 12.�?a Hay Lof the fair grounds race i track a pair of Field Glass and a Telephone said to be connected with new York were he evidence resulting in the arrest of two men yesterday when a police raided a barn in the rear of a residence on encamp j ment Street. The men Are held suspects. Telephone wire leading to the hav left aroused the suspicions of polio Corporal Nattier stationed at the track. A the last race was a i finished Hauler climbed into the Hay in i a d Raki loft Ond reported that he found on in Wah on women of the men had Field glasses on the a said they had used the Hayloft and j Telephone to make a sure thing bet in new York. As soon As a horse won a race the police said the Winner would be Given Over the Telephone to new York and a bet on 4the Lee made in that City. Fled. It is expected the body will be taken there for burial. Of Kur May be fatal. York. Neb. A Saund a prs. 65. A farm band lies in a local Hosp Al with a fractured Skull As a re jul of being kicked by a horse Early this morning. Little Hope is enter a tamed for his recovery. Weather retort Ford St South Dakota fair tonight and Friday slightly colder cast and Central portions tonight. Let a no temperature by the official government thermometer from noon yesterday to noon today maximum 2ft a mum 25 at noon 2ft just a few cents is All it Cost one Mitchell Fanner to sell $340 Worth of blooded Stock. He used the want and columns of the Republican. Want ads Cost Only 2 cents a word and reach 25,000 readers. Washington C., Jan. 12�?an additional list of delegates to the National agricultural conference. In chiding 55 names and increasing the total number of those who have accepted invitations to sit in the conference to 145, was announced today by Secretary Wallace. The list issued today included the names of Samuel compere president of the american federation of la a Bor Edwin t Meredith former Sec a Reary of agriculture Bernard m. Baruch former chairman of the War industries Board Asbury f. Levy member of the Federal farm loan Board and h. H. Firestone tire Man i a facture of Akron. Ohio state Justice i weds Secretary judge e. . Smith and miss Florence Hunkins married in Minneapolis s a. Jan. 12-have received Tje marriage Pierre official is no neing g. Smith a of the Bench to it miss Florence state House cards an of judge e state supreme p. Hunkins. The wedding Tok place at Minneapolis on january 3. Judge Smith was elected to the supreme court for the first time in 1910 and was re elected in 1916. Miss Hunkins has been his private Secretary during his term of office. Of Haynes on i quor tour by associated press Icabod wire Washington. D c., Jan. 12�?liquor conditions in Baltimore new York. Indianapolis and Des Moines will be inspected personally by prohibition to missioner Haynes during and february. would go into the chamber of deputies this afternoon to stand or flail with the treaty. The so called irreconcilable earn around to Fri and a viewpoint promptly after hearing the premieres explanations. Quot i told them what i did at Cannes not what i am reported to have Jon a m Briand told the correspondent after the meeting. A att was not All Golf playing Quot Dis Ruksc Winco British pact appearing before the chamber of deputies Premier Briand first presented the question of the Franco a British agreement under the terms i of which great Britain agrees to go to the Aid of Farner at any future time the Republic is menaced by German invasion. Beside the Anglo French pact the question of postponement of go a i Man reparation payments and i Rench participation in the Genoa Confer ence were put squarely up to the chamber of deputies the Premier telling the deputies in the Blu test terms to take them or leave them. He first presented the question of the British pact. A you have been complaining Tot thee years. He said. A of not being i called upon to share in shaping French policies. I am bringing you what you have Ben demanding for three years and it is up to you to say whether you want it or not. A was far a i am he continued. �?�1 am merely making these explanations to you and do not Ark your approval or refusal. Here is Frances Security. Take it or la a in Quot France Mast be at get Wpm the Premier next turned to the subject of the Genoa conference. Quot it is he said Quot the France should be absent from the conference which is purely financial and economic especially when such a powerful financial and economic state As the United state without whose operation work is impossible. Has agreed to participate Quot i w Ash i Egton h Asnat agreed a do you wish Franco not to be t att or it Genoa Mufti no represented there Quot he asked. A if to. Washington. I. A. Jan. 2 a the say to. I. For my part. Wish France or used Hub a notto Lar i Tecl path in the Genoa conference. I a said today at the state depart ment. That statement a based of inquiries regarding the attitude o this government fool Wing the announcement by Premier Briand ii the chamber o deputies St Bari a that the american government Hax considered but thanks to j agreed to participate it. The confab of Vernal ilex article 234,Ince Briand a action atm have great effect on decisions Washington . Jan. 12�?th� resignation of Aristide Briand a Premier of France was received with almost Bombshell effect in arms conference circles the action being considered Likely to have a great effect on decisions already reached or about to be reached the belief also was expressed r conference Circle that the overture of the Briand ministry would greatly affect the Genoa economic conference in which american parti Capa lion had been invited and nil nor the present conversations a f annoy Secretary Hughes announced officially shortly after noon t of a the fact of Premier Briand resignation to the Heads of several of the armament delegation who we re in conference with him at the time. Than a was received with expressions of Dis May. A it is a very grave event a Aid tip head of on delegation conference official declared that As customary during a Cabinet Oris in Fra Nee. The resigning Cabin wot a a remain in Power for con Snong a la administrative work of Fhy go. A in ment and in the same a m Sar raut would remain or Washington Aud would continue to carry on the work of conference but would no feel entitled to Inako any decisions or to pledge the action of France on any que Estfon until Fhy new a Nhy not is appointed. To take moratorium la nor teary in handling the German moratorium question. Premier Briand a and a you must make up your mind on that question no a moratorium for Germany. It in granted because France has not voice in it. If France had had the decision it never would january have been i the treaty
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