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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - January 18, 1924, Mitchell, South Dakota
Ten pages the evening Republican City edition vol xxx Mitchell South Dakota Friday january 18, 1924. Number 94 i Abor chief also poorest Man Tob e British prime minister and first tee total Mitt i \ k is ii film at Ion v Quot i \ i to l it div so a ski is Helen gush prec a Milton Yuonner Rice staff correspondent enc. Tan is a to by the socialist prime minister would of itself a Ive limes Ramsey Mao Uro plate in the history of from farm boy to British Premier republicans labor backs Macdonald is s81i1ll in Congress now Norris farm first to go to Post from soil Ford buys Little red schoolhouse where he had his a Book learning i in minority Market plan late developments show urge it on behalf of consume them at mercy of demo ers As Well As the crafts and insurgents producers tied by rules change Marsh is a witness Ali of Vwg of of amendments j Heap of Farmers to fam. In Rorm my was a a pm inf t a _. Adds Akk Atiat to in Fri Cultis of Mellon tax Rev i six sats it is fair prick that Farmers need Washington. P c., Jan. it or j evening Republican Bureau j representative of organized labor Boi Albee building today urged the House agricultural Washington p. T Jan. In committee to act favourably on the Norris by eclair Bill which would Cre left and Ishbel a moles it Riti s ii statesman who Rose of farm in Scotland. Before the Senate agricultural committee Benjamin Marsh of the by but he has other that make him unique or line of British premiers a chief off my from a famil labourers. He poorest Man the office. O first Teet Taler who to be office. Travelled to and re re portions of an any prime or of the of Huni who ha1 ha15 died Oil the British minister in a a very very by Rev a had gathered t Ian figure has o the full Blaze and attention Over Here career is something or own presidents. Road to preferment. Work hard for a living i to take his share of he his a de Tui that it was to r Stony soil of a he had a1 the p Scot for learn firm will of the a in Bio Arn it seem o a ars a die a1 the free schools o. A Huv was born 57 ? Hook knowledge j he burned the j before he attained a it Rity he blossomed out As a .�?�our.j? scotch school teacher. Eft the plough and the scythe in and placed his foot on the of the ladder that led top i inters politic fell under the notice of Tom a Well known Liberal Mem parliament and was appointed rotary. As such. He Are in a with parliamentary life and to study National questions. Ore he read. The More he Beer Vinced the two old politic a Ramsay Macdonald Reading. He is surrounded by books. They Are everywhere in the House. He both reads and Speaks French and so knows the Best of two literature. He is charming and genial in conversation and he is a clean talker because he is a clean thinker. Like Roosevelt for some years he made a living by reviewing the books. From this he got a trick that Roosevelt had that of getting a1 the Best out of a Book in a very rapid Reading by knowing How to skip the unessential.4. One of i old friends told me he also had a Scopi Gilt. The by George f. A Ethier during the past few Days. Vash j ate a Farmers and Consumers Flanc Kington has furnished the country inf corporation. With a arc it Surprise. It had been supposed the republicans were in m a Don a old. Daughters of control of both Senate and House. To Fame from soil suddenly the curtain is drawn aside. Atonal Farmers Council said Rar and there is disclosed a Republican Mere of the country a went behind a minority at the mercy of a Cohina. At 5>000.000,000 in 1928 lion of Democrat and insurgents a Federal Aid in diversifying the by this sudden legerdemain is Dis partner a a out Pelt a a Marrih in. Closed the strategy which has Actu j doubt edly wi1, amp old in that a recovery of ated the democrats. For . A re Liture it was possible for them to organize j the Otise. There were those among their own party who urged them to do so. When representative Long j human tissues said to have fallen in rain studied by scientist Jackson. Mass. Jan. . R. Stingily superintendent of the state Board of health Laboratory was today making microscopic examination of samples of what appeared to be human tissues that fell from the skies during a rain storm at d to. Snip san county thirty mile Southeast of Here. Several Days ago. The substance was brought to or. Stingily Here by or. M. L. Flint of d to who said the a a tissues fell in gnat quantities that covered a Large Garden on the farm of one of his neighbors. Lie fore passing on the nature of the samples or. Stingily stated he would submit them to some Federal government Laboratory for further analysis. Detroit. Mich. Jan. 18�?the Little red school House where Henry Ford half a Century ago. Picked up what limited a Book learning his youth yielded him. Has been purchased by Ute Detroit manufacturer it was Learned today. The school typical of of others in use fifty years ago. Has not been in tie0 for two years. The windows Are broken. The Bell that used to peal its summons is crusted with duet and the lot on which the school stands is neglected to was not explained wha Ford plans to do with a he school House. Poincare says France ready to Block experts s. To seek lower freight on gasoline Railroad commission decides to file complaint with interstate commission i independents seek it it atm that tariffs pi9trim in Tox against Toia state in r Wor of others it the great need is i some method of obtaining fair mar Ket Price for Staple crops James p. Noonan president o1 he Worth Republican floor Leader. Brought boil the election of speaker Gillett through a combination with the insurgents and at the Price of giving John m. Nelson of Wisconsin a place on the rules committee. It seemed to some o f the More Short sighted democrats that a mistake j j had been made. However this did. I not disturb such democratic generals As representative Garrett of Tenne a a see. Nor Hull of the same state nor even the redoubtable John m. Gar j i Ner of Texas. J International brotherhood of electric Cal workers before the House com Mittee. Said Bis organization favored i he Norris Sim Lair measure As Fol a lowing the Best Relief plan for Farmers. E. If. Cruz vice president. Both nerhood of locomotive engineers j declared the engineers were heartily i in favor of it. Pierre s a Jan .18.�?afton Ione consideration the Board of Railroad com Misi son ors today took action to file a complaint with the interstate Commerce commission in an Effort to i obtain a reduction of rate on pm products including gasoline to All South Dakota Points from the j mid continent which includes the i producing districts in Southeastern j Kansas and Oklahoma and also who a Ming refineries. I the complaint was instituted by Independent Petroleum intercut a Quot a a j the state a Sta tement of the Board draft Parks his government said and will be prosecuted with the Rel accept no Reim it Tea Aid of the Watertown chamber of in reparations fro i Commerce. Independent interests a g Erma by loge Railroad companies have failed of make reductions contemplated in Paris. France. Jan. Ira apr pre i the 1919 report of the interstate Mier Poincare renewed his declare body to bring South Dakota rates in the policy of these gentlemen was j to allow the republicans to have full. I responsibility and then tip the on. Up into Bow knot so tha j when the Public awoke to the far i that this was a do nothing Congress j the republicans and not the Penio a crafts would be blamed the align fire destroys garage at Murdo loss is $25,000 j ment of the regular and insurgent j republicans did not disturb the Reg Filar democratic leaders. Whenever j it was desired the insurgents could be brought into line and this Wasi accomplished in the rules fight. Defeat Complete i representative Longworth went j i Down to defeat with a smile on his i face but nevertheless the defeat was Complete. The Republican con . May act to lift blockade upon Tampico Cabinet Fords Long session today on Protection of americ an interests Tro of what be ried no Nieh Haft a of Hope fartl0�is emperor had devoted friends ii advancement to the Workman of a a at Rf-ia1n. He joined the labor try and became a convinced so in inn he was made Secretary of t Abor party a position he held i years. In the meantime also. Breuni nation known As the inde Dent labor party famous in Irish politics a Tho a i. L. Pm formed. And Macdonald was 1� it chairman front 1906 to too lf0 was made the Leader Tho to it Abor party from 1911 to 4 Atli a same time his life had or full in other ways. A ab�?T0 writer a student of crones. Be had written a regular ii try of books on socialism among being a of it socialism and Jho and the a soc Milit to a the Quot he also wrote two books Lia and a problems. A was to parliament from the City Ester in 1906 and represented i 2 Yea Fps before the Grai War broke showed the s Tiff of which he Ade when he took his political his hands and opposed the which were rapidly taking entry into tile War he foam peace by negotiation. St Wal fast re i in sonic Public meetings. Cd in some of the news Pap per at by demagogues he or ency to his course. It was in parliament South in every company in every regiment of his armies because of his marvelous memory for names and faces. He would step up to a line of grenadiers and Pat some Man on the shoulder affectionately. Reminding him of sortie deed he had done that had fallen under his emperors Eye. So Macdonald has the trick of remembering Good political work that simple private members of the party organization have done. Supplementing his Reading he has also travelled widely. He has been to India. Australia new zealand. South Africa and Palestine As Well Aff almost every country in Europe. He has never been on american soil. At no. In Downing Street the famous old House inhabited by British premiers the hostess who will preside Over wha Ever social functions Are Given will he his eldest daughter. Miss i so Bel. He has two other daughters Ard two sons so that no. To will have More Young folks living in it than have been Nerc since the Asquith moved out. Doing is Irit pastor wont you come to Church today instead of motoring around the country Murdo. S. D., Jan. 18.�?fire broke to a in the big four garage Here at i j ur03 the 10 30 of clock a. In. Yesterday and within an hour the whole garage was destroyed although the firemen were Able to keep it from spreading to other buildings. Twenty three curs and two trucks were burned the Tsoui loss is $25,000 with insurance of $ to too. The garage was owned and operated by the Guthrie Bro j thers. The exact cause of the Blaze has not been ascertained. He House was shown has been All the time fiction. In the Senate the same thing had been approved in the election of Ellison d. Smith a i Democrat As chairman of the Imper Tant committee on interstate com Mere. This was not exactly what j the democrats wanted because it sup a tested some a a tree of responsibility and the _ <1 none of it. Ever. To. And the cards Washington. Ill Jan. 18.�? indications the warships May be sent to protect american interests at the rebel blockaded port of Tampico were strengthened today when it became known that Secretary Denby of the Navy department would make an announcement shortly on the subject. Pending issuance of his statement officials declined to talk. How stacked Washington. A Jan. 18�?the situation in Mexico complicated recently by declaration of a revolutionist blockade at Tampico was con j Side red by president Coolidge and his advisers today at one of the longest prop Famia n i Tion before tile chamber of deputies today that the French government j around not accept a reduction in the \ German reparations. M. a poke in reply to the j recent speech of Deputy Therriot a Leader of the Radical party who referred to the occupation of the Ruhr As a mistaken policy and urged set Tiemens of the reparations problem a through agreement rather than the premieres action was taken i to indicate he had decided upon starting an offensive against her riot i instead of awaiting further attacks from the opposition. Premier poin it Are said Liat if hic International Niport commit i fees appoint d by the reparation end new sin reached do bion that would decrease rho French credits on Germany or Dintini a tile reparation commission prerogatives. It would Lead to a deadlock. A devotes to probe Bok peace plan re to i body to bring i Hue with those for Axl Jasent Point j in Minnesota and Iowa each Side wins and loses upon rules contest Burke sees Coolidge after tour of s. I and had to play out their hand. The fight Over amendment of the i rules started with the organization f of the House. The insurgents under senator la Follette lieutenant. A John m. Nelson made that the Bur-1 Den of their song. And on to the Cabinet sessions in recent months. Washington. C., Jar. 18.�?a sweeping investigation of general the United states will be started monday by a special sen there were indication that More a committee with the Rok peace Active Steps to protect american in \ Plant St subject for study. Washington. Cd Jan. 18�?commissioner Burke of the Indian Bureau has just returned from a two weeks tour of South Dakota and j. Simmons of Aberdeen one of the Coolidge Campaign managers in that state conferred with the president late yesterday on the South Dakota political situation Lincoln skin in murder Case Teress in the blockaded port were considered at the meeting but Cabinet members said afterwards that any announcement must come from the extent of getting Nelson on the rules j president. White House officials were committee. Here the Init Al figh j silent. Shots fired into sea Houston Tex. Jan. 18.�?wireless ii seat or no him two defeats the word Laving been pinned to him. A the Hoodoo about a year be was elected front a it ency and triumphantly on dec. 6 last. Upon his e in parliament about a a was made Tho Leader of it neb made him the for a f a this majesty a opposite b 4\�iit in the life of this marriage to Margaret Steno daughter of or. J a or and a Kinswoman of s prime minister. A Oul it an of Tho world a student Nde a res. Sho too wrote in. Toda it As r labor movement is. T applied to women. Was a love Romance broken off i when she died the to j i husband wrote a Beautiful it r to Raphy of his wife a. Little Money Ife Macdonald has had uie nor Opportunity to make i Reney. Hrs 1hc kind of in really does t earn for it. I a d George nor h h of 1 Arr Rich men but they Are Corn to l off compared to Bim. Mer Baldwin and Tho late a fit Haw tee re i in by comparison. I Bardo id lives in a Plain Little nor a Tho Hampstead Section n he also owns a Small a no to Type of Home at his birth to Sidmouth Scotland i ies Are of almost spartan he does no to drink liquor weather forecast Minnesota generally fair tonight and saturday cold wave tonight in and Central portions colder saturday in extreme Southeast portion. Iowa somewhat unsettled tonight colder cold wave in Northwest and North Central portions saturday generally fair colder in East and South portions. North Dakota generally air tonight and saturday colder tonight in South portion. South in Akou generally fair tonight and saturday colder tonight cold wave in Southeast and Ceirra portions. I a Chi temperature maximum and minimum temperatures from a in lend tnt1 a. In. Yesterday to 7 a. Recorded by the official government thermometer maximum 21. Minimum 5 below. At 8 a in. Today 5 below. Reather and roads this be bulletins arc filled at 8 30 a. In. Daily by the Aso it Ria Tod pre Minot Clear. 22 below roads fair. Aberdeen Cloudy 7 below roads fair. Sioux Falls Cloudy 4 below roads Good. Pierre snowing. 8 below road1 fair. Huron Cloudy. 3 below Road fair. St. Cloud Clear. To below roads Good. Cloudy. To below roads n Fargo he. Are of almost spartan j fair. He does no to drink liquor grand Forks Clear. 16 11,�?T is a non smoker except roads fair. Times of great stress when he is Duluth Cloudy Zero roads heavy. Or Imes of it or to puff at a cig Aret. I Mankato Clear. 8 above roads \ a. A a. 1. J fair. 2 below. Entered Over the struggle to formulate a Rule which would make it possible for the House to get a Bill Cut of committee. Representative Snell the chairman of the committee is a regular of the regular republicans. He maintained that it should require a majority of the House membership to take a Bill out of committee. Finally he yielded to the extent of Mak. I lug the required number of signer a _ i on the petition which shall take the j Bill out on the floor. 150. The committee also St Ood out against the democratic proposition to j change the Rule which had been in-1 voted by representative Underwood i during the consideration of the Underwood Tariff Bill. This Rule provided that any amendments to a b la would have to be germane not Only i to the Bill itself but to the item and paragraph order discussion. Democratic floor Leader Garrett moved that this Rule be rescinded on the floor leaving a he House to work under the general Rule that All amendments must be germane. Meaning bearing upon or closely related with the Bill As a whole. In order to induce the democrats to stand by them on their proposition to make a Bill susceptible to withdrawal from a committee after 10 members had ,. Signed a petition thereto the Tonsur gents stood with the democrats on their motion to rescind the Underwood Rule. Naturally the democrats i then voted with the insurgent Fig j ure of too for the Disch a go of a com i i Mittee arid against the regular re j publican figure of 159. Nyhen they j propaganda dealing with the Mellon tax program the soldiers Bonus and other questions is expected to be considered later under the Nim of teens authority a to investigate and report to the Senate whether there a any organized Effort being made to control Public opinion and the a i Washington. Jan. House struggled again today with the pro posed new Rule to enable members by petition to int Lute proceedings i for the discharge of committee0 \ from consideration of legislation of a ter failing twice yesterday to fix the number of Petitioner. To be respire. Each of the contending group in the rules revision battled the organization Republican and the combined democratic and Republican insurgent forces was victorious yesterday the former losing on a proposal by representative Graham Republican. Illinois that the names of at least i j half the House membership be required on such petitions but succeed Jing shortly afterwards in defeating i an Effort to place the numb at u50. J this left the rules committees recommendation of 150 signatures i around which the fight s entered in the position of a Compromise pro i postal when the debate was resumed j today. S. Leads in increases in feed cattle reports to the effect that a rebel gun Tion of Congress upon legislative a boat wats firing on Tampico created ters through propaganda a by the a tempest in a Teapot. According to j use of Money by advertising or by information received Early today by the control of Houston Oil companies having inter j senator Reed. Democrat. Missouri ests in the mexican Field below Tam j introduced the Resolution under Pico the firing a not in the direction of Tampico and that City is in no Survey shows to pkg cent Morf in this state than \ year ago the report states that fifteen shells j were fired but out to sea. Not Inland. Two rebel gunboats were bottled up in the Panuco River Between the Shore line and Tampico the latter five Miles i Back from the Mouth of the Panuco j River. One of these boats escaped wednesday night. The other made a futile Effort to join its companion. The federals had erected emergency fortifications at Pararra. On the North Side of the Panuco River at its Mouth. The second boat figured that the Way i to effect its escape was to fire and de j Mullish the emergence fortifications. Some of the shells fell on the Beach i at Miramar,11 farther to the North and close to some chinese refreshment i stands serving the bathers the report adds. Tampico is Strong. Garrisoned i with Federal forces although lacking Strong coast fortification. It it a which the inquiry is to be conducted. Fau denies guilt says he will hide out Cut in express rates is held up for re hearing ,. Washington d. Cd. Jan. 18.�?the did this Republican con re Oppe t int it rotate Commerce commission to i merrily out of the Capitol windows. I Day temporarily held up its recent threatens Revenue bul decision ordering a reduction in sex j just what Fri Means in relation on new Orleans. I a. Jan. 18.�?albert b. Fail former Secretary of Tho Interior. W to is spending a few Day j in now Orleans having arrived Herr wednesday from Florida a Faez a to Day he was through with politics. A a in a out of the former Secretary declare. A a in a going to of Pond the rest of my life travelling around and a with a twinkle a hiding out. Just As i have been hiding out. I Hope to take that Ocean voyage soon a or. Fall yesterday replied briefly i to an attack in the Senate wednesday by Way of Arkansas denying charges of the senator that he had any compensation from the Sinclair Oil interests in connection with the leu ing of the Teapot dome Oil Reserve. Chicago. Jan. 18.�?there a a very Small increase. Less than one percent in tile number of cattle on feed in the Corn Belt states Jan. I a 1 924 compared to the number on i feed on Jan. I. 1923. According in the final Winter feeding estimate made by the United state department of agriculture. In the Corn Belt state East of i the Mississippi the number a about 3 pet cent larger than last Yea j and the number West of the River was practically the same. South Dakota had an increase of 15 Prr-1 rank Minnesota to and Wisconsin in a Appeal heard on life term of Tyndall youth a ire p. D., Jan. 18�?a hearing Lake states he id before the full member senator Aira r supreme court today on to the Revenue Bill and the Bonus in ensure was admitted by x hair maj a Green of the Way and Means rom i j Mittee when he said that the rescind ing of the Underwood Rule meant that a another obstacle had been placed in i the Way his no gourmand. Plain scotch j fair s to be found on his table. Watertown Ivorite amusements Are Golf Road fair. Would pct of a Scot. Ani Mitchell accompanied by one of his j fair. Over to take Long tramp a favorite indoor amusement Cloudy Clear 5 below roads Winona Clear 12 Abovich ads is heavy blocked. The strange disappearance of mrs. Below Warren j. Lincoln above from Aurora. Iu., last summer has just been explained by Warren j. Lincoln her husband below who police say has confessed killing the woman and her brother and burning their dismembered bodies in a Furnace. Lincoln also disappeared and it was thought at first that he had been killed. He is a lawyer and Horticulturist and of the passage of a Revenue i Bill while representatives Longworth am Snell a d that the object of the democrats in originally enacting the i Underwood Nile was to make it possible for their majority to function when they had it and their desire to rescind if now. Was to make it in possible for the Republican majority j to do the same thing or. Green says that unless some special Rule inmate to Stop the offering of Amend j ments. It would he six months before a vote would be reached and that with a Bill of the length and complexity of the proposed Revenue we. It might be impossible to Ras it at All. It might be possible unde4 the general Rule of making amendments germane to the Bill As a whole that a Liberal interpretation of this Rule press rates on foods. The reductions which were to have been effective feb. 21. Were postponed indefinitely. They ranged up toll percent and were ordered after an investigation by the commission i into the methods of making express charges express companies also were ordered to change slightly the method of fixing rates. This auction was not1 affected by today s action. Of actress too ill to appear in dines Case claims kinship to Abraham Lincoln. Griffis is taken from Dungeon in German prison Chicago. Jon. a of Lins Hooven Griffis a been taken out of solitary confinement in a German Dungeon where he was sentenced to serve a sentence fifteen months for the attempted kidnapping of Grover Cleveland Bergdoll according to word received Here by or. James might make the Bonus Bill germane Whitney Hall. The american officer attach it to the Revenue Bill and in that Way. If it passed compel the president to accept the Bonus or to is now permitted to have visitors it a said. Or. Hall is chairman of a National to Angeles. Cal., Jan 18.�?-Mabel Norn and. Film actress Winc in the Rase of the shooting of Courtland pc dines. Denver Oil Man. New tears night by or chauffeur. Horace a Grer. Was in a stat of a Complete nervous collapse and was unable to attend Greer s hearing in court today. According to a certificate signed Byj her physician. Edna Purviance. Another film acre a who a in dines apartment the night of the shooting a the j Only witness examined today the hearing being continued until Mon j dal Jan. 21. Miss Purviance exhibited a faulty memory. To Many of the questions put to her she replied a i do not i know a or a i do not of a proximal Lyv 30.000.000 Nickels ship of the supreme j the Appeal of George Cooley of ten i Dall. Who was sentenced to a life term in a he state Penitentiary from Bon Homie count on a charge of the murder of Mudloff an aged woman. Jan. 26. 1923. Sentence a parsed last March. The convicted Man is a Liberty under a Appeal Bond and is attending the hearing today. J h. Kirby sr., of Sioux Falls. Is in charge of the a peal while the state a represented i or assistant attorney general r. F pre wary. Gives two million Dollar business to two faithful employees veto both the Revenue and Bonus Bills committee which in working for thai were turned out b the together. I release of Gratis v Xua jus. Year. I Ladelphia new York City. Jan. 18 a 1. Herman a twin brother of a Herman better known in Tbs theatrical world a Al or a. H Wood give away his handkerchief and knit good4- manufacturing business to two employee yesterday. The firm did a $2.-000.000 business Ian to Vear. A i Ani Rich enough a said or Herman. A so Why should t i retire Anil give the Young men a the employee who received the Busine a Irving s. . 25 years old who a been with the firm eight year and Frank m Smith who has been there 12 years Juse
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