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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - January 16, 1922, Mitchell, South Dakota
The evening Republican City edition vol , South Dakota monday january 16,1922 number 91gas company raises rate subterfuge says Bobb far East and Pacific again before session arms delegates awaiting word from Japan on naval pact. Renew labors chinese tariffs up i stun of to Katy of. Ill Vot come i today 1 Bel of making a new Book to take the place of the one Bill Hohenzollern Tore up t by associated press in Jistel xxx ire Washington d. C., Jan. 16.�?still awaiting the receipt by the Japan delegation of instructions from Tokio which Are expected to permit of Pinion of the naval limitation a Reaty the arms conference today prepared to turn again to the study of far Eastern and Pacific questions. The delegates of tile nine Powers i Art Pating in the discussions of those questions were called to met pm 3 30 of clock in the first session to he held by that portion of the con Fern Nee since january 5. Prior to a he meeting the Heads of tile delegations of the five naval Powers held another session and the american delegation met. I a Eastern body meets tile meeting of the far pastern committee was called according to the understanding at the Quot chinese Headquarters for the purpose of massing on the final draft of the chinese Tariff agreement. The question of the Twenty one demands in the opinion of the chinese will not come up at today s session. Under the Tariff agreement Hilt a was put in final form on Friday at a i meeting of the Hoot committee on aft. The tlbm1 will be permitted to Levy a Cus files duty of file percent effective in place of an a Etna 1-2 percent which is now received. To addition the pokers have ameed to permit a surtax of 2 1-2 percent on necessaries and a 5 percent surtax on luxuries. A committee for the Leviston of the chinese and Valorme schedule under the agreement would meet immediately at Shanghai to readjust the present Tariff to such a basis that it wit Lamount to the a percent effective. Which rate is expected to provide an additional Revenue of about 17,000.1100 huh is Quot inv flags special to fore net prov fed the addition the agreement provides Cia immediate Steps be taken for a special conference representing China j and the Powers charged with the duty of preparing the Way for the speedy abolition of the Likin and the bring i g into effect of the sur taxes prodded for in the treaties Between China and great Britain in 1902 and China and the United states and Japan in 193. This conference like a be will have put into effect the sur a fix of 2 1-2 percent and Valorme which is expected to mean an Addi to a Revenue of approximately 27. A chinese dollars. The special on luxuries would according to the estimates. Provide a further i Evenue of 2.167.000 chinese dollars p. Total additional Revenue to chinese of 46.1 67.ooo chinese dollars. New political party formed sick veterans treated like cattle charge mentally torn veterans victims of a a neglect and profiteering a says report Congress help asked Sheu shocked vet Papapi p corp pm Hus two women and a a a then shoots himself to pay Advance Bobb declares increase amounts to Between 15 and 30 percent it is asserted service has improved Mia. Who could by bad. Threatened with Ferm Xen i insanity i Quot 4 Kaim by \ Vuk Lau to arc Quot inca a wire Chicago. 111., Jar. 16�?barnard i Itonery said to have become demented through Shell Shock which resulted from services in the War. Last night shot two women living at a Rooming holism which also was his residence and then killed himself. Witnesses said Flannery fired at the women without any apparent reason. Shooting As they entered the building and then turned his pistol on himself the women were rushed to a Hospital where their condition was said to be serious. M Wor i kinds Sou i Ion to pm a. Be Oien i. X pkg old Bills we blames a orc a. by press leased wire Washington. I. Jan. 16�?As rating that More than 3.500 Roen ily disabled former service men now institutions were Vic he Quot Gross neglect India i As constr ack reproach of the Honor on Quot the disabled Ameri if the world War in a enter today to i test Ference Tut a of the can be Mem or tera n a1 p Allied funding debt Bill is before Senate no ago the t Lur a Pellet to pay from i More for their Gas through a subterfuge Gas company to raise nigh lowering the a furnished. A y opted thu urged a rom it if All immediate Actu looking to such cases in hoovers rail conferences in capital go on further Effort i Quot m de to Settle newly a Olsen wage 4 on Troy ers1 is. Community Center i by Semans As real Means of solving amusement problems Dent Harding lion by tile g the treat in in Federal institutions. Vol Lix towering menace neglect of these cases in state institutions. The memorial said is committing to permanent insanity Many of the victims who by timely treatment probably could be cured. Describing the condition of Quot contract cases of this class in the institutions of the state of Ohio As Type ated Cal of those in a practically every come state Quot the memorial asserted the government had Farmed out the insane sex service men of Ohio to state asylums which Are notoriously overcrowded under manned and inadequately equipped to treat and care for them a while it has not provided one Federal institution for this purpose in the state. The Long View Asylum of Hamilton county. Ohio the memorial said. Is so Over crowded that 24 0 inmates sleep on the floor like cattle every 1 half could la ii red of the inn tally disabled placed in All the institutions of that so ate of j whom it was said physicians believe half might be cured by treat ment not one tile memorial assert i . Was receiving a a medical treat i Merit of any i disease and let eing doomed to permanent a a principal or the interest or none of the institutions it was fur a the Treasury Secretary would be interest payments i Tel de within 6 months aft Elk Bonds Are x pkg Oti ated by associated in Rin based wire Washington. D Jan. 16.�?tho Allied debt funding Bill was approved today by th1 Senate finance committee after most of the provisions objected to by Secretary Mellon of the Treasury department had been Elit Nin democratic members of the tee voted against the Bill Iii its perfected form. Provisions Winch were stricken out called for Semi annual interest payments and for interest at a a of not less than 5 percent. Under the provisions interest payments will have fallen due wit months after the refunded Bon been negotiated whereas the to desired to hot Jve the authority for interest payments in the it some countries not in position Gin making those payments within possibly a year or two. The provision limiting the life of the Bonds to be accepted from the foreign governments to twisty a years remained in the Bill. Tile measure sets up a Eom Mission with authority. Subject to the approval of the kind for the mental i president to refund or convert and arable diseases Are 1 to extend the time of payment of the following la i its mad people the ii ext ram Din i a t state 17. V. On of Mit hic us Oulen t Rater Kates Quot the Gas company Trie it it the rate two yearn ago but w the matter into court and beat by compelling them to hold to it franchise a the mayor said. Quot there is nothing in the Fra to require the company to tim specified Quality continued Quot so the ered the Quality to thus indirect ii a the company to a to me that the Ity Iii percent the o t est m r to tin High Rox it a a Oro get Ginger s lowered Ai suit the p and. It s Bike to pay fro Erat t of he pc it in a in in to he in sought 50 i ent increase. When the attempt was made h Gas company to Chang tin Rati years ago. They wished to Rais it rate from $1.73 per thousand feet to $2.25 for that amount of lowering of the Quality of tin results in the people paying fro to $2.25 for the amount of he they formerly secured for $1.75. Quot when the its company started to lower the Quality of the Gas a. Who f. J. Henson �>4ty engine pie were getting from 550 ish Thermal units of Bent t to peo-0 Brit a Cou ther asserted segregate their tub Quot a tire . The other i a Ford of ers today there Arr ciliary patients. On gee s was urged to take Early action to remedy Hie situation. La Linch women 4 Ali. Organization a Roosevelt Pho. It Trussia e party by associated press in a wire Springfield Iii. Jan. 16.�? a new Polit a1 party to be called the Quot Roos Evelt progressive party and run entirely by women filed incorporation piers today with Secretary of state Comerson of Illinois. The corporate Are Chicago and Oak Park women. The i corporation certificate says the new party will nominate or sup Quot to candidates Quot who Are not subject it domination of a invisible govern Erttis or to the control dictation or or under the control of p teal i we incorporator include Anna ers my rend by and Emma a. Is of a k Park. Of wedding gown of Princess Mary to be cloth of Silver i Stocia Ted pros icam i wire Burdon. T7ng. Jan. 16�?princess a a wedding a in is to by cloth of s or of magnificent design. The r it or is was brought by the Queen t n India some years a Ltd and it is Quot As a Triumph of native Man-3ct p Imor has it that Viscount Lacel and his Royal Bride May spend part their honeymoon at the Beautiful la Medici at Fiesole near Flor be Italy. By press leased xxx ire Washington. D. Jan. 16.�?con Fere noes Between Railroad executives and leaders of railway t in pm Oyes unions. Which have been inaugurated under the direction of Secretary Hoover with a View of eliminating disagreements and controversies were resumed today with executives representing the pry pal roads of the country in attendance along with Heads of the four brotherhoods. The meeting today As the second held under the direction of or. Hoover. Who is acting at the suggestion of president Harding. The first meeting was held about a week ago. At the i Home of the Commerce Secretary. W Ages and Railroad rates were understood to have been gone into to some extent at the inaugural meeting and it was thought that today s discussions ranged to considerable extent around those Points among the Railroad men participating in the gathering today were Carl Grey president of the Union Pacific. A. A. Waterbury vice president of the Pennsylvania u. In Markham president of the Illinois Central a. H. Smith president a of the new York Central and b. F. Hugh president of tile Missouri Patti. For the Railroad brotherhoods Warren s. Stone chief of Hie engineers. Xiv. G. Be. Chief of the trainmen Timothy Shea. R the engine men and l. E. Shepard of the conductors were present and it was understood other officers of their organizations As Well. Daugherty asked to break patronage War Over Iowa judgeship a warning parents of Mitchell that Dodge your resp they should take More responsibility j lug y. M. A. For the furnishing of amusement for j workers and boys their children and advocating the the audience was t establishment of a Community Center ers do a wonder As one Means of helping solve the but the foundation amusement problem or. A. L. Serna is of the methodist episcopal Church spoke to an audience of i,-500 people sunday evening on a something better than the Quot a lot of the problems presented by the popular amusements today Are the Jesuit of the neglect of parents or. Semans declared. A perhaps you had a boy and you did no to buy a tent perhaps you came Home one Day and your boy said. Quot bet i can heat you the avow Purpo to the and you did no to run a Center which w with him or he challenged you to Box with him one Day. And you refused to Box. A ibo pal to your Linyu Quot be a pal to your boy. The Hest part of an arrangement of that kind is that it helps the parents As much As it helps the boy. A you. Fathers and mothers can t Nihil cities by h Iran d y. To. A. Club lid. A those work-1 amount of Good. A must be Laid at not go into detail Swible Community d that this would leg the amusement i lot of equipment Lier and it would amount of Good or City. When i i came Here with e of building such it did be known far it of the constructive Steps taken to meet pre ent Day problems. And would serve As a Model for Community Amus ment centers in other places. I Hope that dream May some Day become a attacks present Day dance in discussing the evils of the p re continued on Page three i Home.�?�. Or. Seman concerning the i Canter but he so go far Tiwa re sole problem in the Quot it would take to Start such Ace do an incalculable for the youth of came to Mitchell and wide As one Lincoln Okert Al moved in Eker i ency i Chugk Omaha. Neb., Jan. 16�?announce-1 ment was made Here today by a j thur Johnson jr., t Hief of the re i habilitation division of the disabled veterans Bureau that con m. Mccarger of Lincoln head of the train j ing Section of the Bureau s Omaha office. Had been relieved and in i definitely assigned to St. Louis rom that the local Bureau had not i efficiently As it received. Or. John pm be members to be appointed by the president subject to Senate confirmation. Japan to give up Kiao Chow committee agreement 1 x4 -4 Erter by relegates Krom two 4 Mintri i is be Ope should has son Aid. L. A. Crandall head of District number 9. Which comprises Iowa. Kansas. Nebraska and Missouri has taken Over or. Mccarger s duties xxx i o the India leaders hold session alls harks of political fix Ion gather to discuss in Regex Dence. Melon. R c., Jan 16�?the text of the agreement reached by the a Bines and japanese delegates on saturday concerning the surrender by Japan of the Kiao Chow leasehold to China was formally accepted by the two delegations today when the j Shantung conversations were resum f de. The question of All mines along Thel Are Railroad find in Kiao Chow was touched upon in today in be Tang. But 290 to 400 it. T. It in each cub foot of Gas. Investigations of Chi a a that that in any is now using Only from 3 to 3 1-2 Gallons of crude Oil to make 2.000 feet of Gas while they were formerly using five Gallons to make that amount of Gas. I Larm Ltd crude 4 i i irm. Quot the first excuse Given by the gis j company for lowering the Quality of the Gas was the fact that crude Oil was being sold at such an exorbitant said or Henson. A today j however crude Oil has dropped to such a Low Figur that the Oil corp i panics say they Arentt making any i Money on it at All. The Price of crud i Oil cannot be Given now As an excuse for Lowers t anything i franchise i 5ono explained tool of the heat franchise Simp e q a Lily of the Gas absolutely helpless to h the company under of in Force mayor Quot the City has no con unit furnished As the v says that the com so Gas to the City. Tho be in Force for the the discussion was will be continued a Row. Tot finish a session a a mor a i in. J i i in j p i ii j 8 a a in a \ Ai j a a / f \ Jim v j 1 he a Washigton. I c., .1 Ney general Daug smrt known today. Has i it break a deadlock sex senators Cummin a Iowa. As to the a Poir i Era judge to fill a vac in the Northern District n. 16 Atter it became no asked to Ting Between d Kenyon of vent of a fed Ancy existing of that state i Luehring accepts Post As athletic head at Minnesota senator Cummins has recommend j George w. Scott of Sioux City. A former member of the House Ani senator Kenyon a Choice is e. If i Morling of Emmetsburg. Neither sen j Ator has shown a disposition to change his recommendation. The j place became vacant when judge Reed resigned december i. By associated press leased wire Minneapolis. Mum. Jan. 16.�? red w. Luehring athletic director the University of Nebraska who a end a similar position at the ravers Ity of Minnesota was to con a at Chi ago today with Heads of a Gopher institution. I d. Coffman president of the University of Minnesota Fred b. Snyder. Resident of the Board of recant and John Harrison of the Al urn a athlete. A Ommittee Are in Chicago. And it is understood. Wiil Disi us the Luehring a of the Kiln Nee it a coaching staff. Weather report South Dakota generally fair tonight and tuesday colder Tusay an extreme West portions tonight. By the official government thermometer from noon yesterday to noon today maximum is. Minimum 7. At noon 3k. Break Detroit prison Mich. Of o. 16�?four a House of correction be by tearing the the be he As cover icy o it Ondis 11 in land Louic Gat inc for r e the of i ing ail ii or Detroit mates i lest Roi t escaped this morn Iron bars from a Corr dodging a fusillade guards. Per window and of by 11 ref by the f takes were treasure a Ken Widom and a Queen de at card. The Lucky Winner was to receive Quot Ida Refl fair a a dais a Rater of the and , tiered in addition a Prixa surpass i it gift of herself. And Fate held the card dirt burp new arte that moment in a daughter of the Sun a re Ajo let r of today by Quien Sabe pm we ill we Dall ii commencing today on Page 6 of the Republican a a associated press leased wire Bombay. India Jan. 16.�?the conference of representatives of All shades of Public opinion summoned by the pundit Malaviya and a number of other non party leaders opened Here yesterday under the chairmanship of sir flutter Sankaran Nava a with two Hundred delegates n attendance. As a result of the discussion. In which m. K. Chandi the non cooperation St Leader took part the difference Between tile various parties appears to be narrowing. The proceeding were held in private. But it is understood that the pundit a la Viva in his opening and dress described the development of a i operation movement which riled to the blunders of the ment and its unjustifiable pol repression. He outlined the ens under which an honorable in of the Punjab Kahl Fiat other outstanding questions d be possible i Eidht in addressing the gather declared the proposed resolutions did not go far enough he wanted the release of All Polit Ira i prisoners and dwelt on the excesses which he said had been committed by the government under the pretext of maintaining Law and order. Gandhi said he was prepared to attend a round table conference unconditionally. If it were convened by the Viceroy. But wanted a change of t Art on the part of the government and penitence for the grievous wrongs it had inflicted. Woman ,210 on farm and teaches school in addition Cloverport. By Jan. 16 mrs. Curt Pate ruffled the leaves of her Ledger at her farm Home near Here and found she had made $1 2lo.i during the year 1921. Sale of her Dairy and poultry product netted her $760.36. The largest source of Rev Enue was from turkeys we hich netted her $292.89 chickens brought $197.-59 eggs. $82.76 butter. 15.50 and Cream $172, she also found time to teach school for six months for which she was a Aid 14 5 1. Forty one years in University and Kemp is still a student Ity a Oci Taitl press leased win new York Jan. 16�?forty one years ago William Cullen Bryant Kemp became a student at Columbia University. Today he in still a student and Hasni to missed a semester. He has Many degrees including a a d. P. a doctor of perpetual motion conferred by his fellow students. Some say that William ecu in t study when a boy. So that a Wise Uncle left a will providing for i. In As Long As he was a regularly entered University student. A o franchise w i More years service has improved. A we must recognize this fact the mayor added a a the people Are getting Milch better Gas service now than Ever before the pro pie Are satisfied Wuth the service because a tremendous heat t an he secured with the present arrangement. Quot the governors on the Gas meters have been adjusted so As to permit of i a ready flow of Gas. And people Are in the habit of turning their stove Clear i on. This brings the flame Clear up around the Kettle and it is not always necessary. A a company expert told me the j mayor continued Quot that Good heat pm i be secured if the flank is j up so High and in the i utilized to the but Ltd ii in pain 4 an Pilju a some Mil hell Peop but could prevent the comr not Lur v the i meter i in v t murder us Orgl Decorah la. Jan. 16 indicated with or on the charge of a her husband has been jail or a so i ugh acquit t dropped 6�?john a Hoe Rosa a so a ugly having murdered change their Gas no ply Are not allowed Bobb said Quot i looked that ii that the company i to rom in and and whenever it wishes. Longs to the i am a t Itje Rny to t re a m \ that be of the City a believed Pul it health Institute tax. I 10 by a Ompy a the a r he on Ink 11 to any to Furr m and Dallas. Tex. Jan 16�?hundreds of physicians sanitary workers club women and others interested in Public health were Here. Toda it for the opening of the lectures and clinics in connection with the Public health Institute. Tha he to people a Abl to Glt i that bin lies Dow Cetin touch a careful Reading of the Republican want ads in the Home Circle is an excellent method of being alive to Opportunity abreast of the times and in touch with Many chances for profit. Yale thieves get caught but leave silk. Loot All wrapped i Olf amp of h Tiffin Era of mus rth at re a. The Bonds and Tho store by the also to and aum by a sack several a red till till. And Gath Havi a a j a it the her r of i ii Baria together in probably a week Belo Ore was Brok in taken. At broke the Al the door had is time the teds and Effie it Quot wort it or $150 in Liberty ers valuable to Market Worth entity of shoe it a out of the silk remnants silk had been the Man in ghz de an so h a it lilt in a the a front tied tip Loose t t o. Ii . J
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