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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - January 25, 1922, Mitchell, South Dakota
Guerilla War in packing seen by 0mm 30 packers lives in danger says Union official one of these men May be next Pope the evening Republican City edition vol. Xxxviii. Mitchell South Dakota wednesday january 25, 1922 number 99 noted alienist called in Barr Case by state California fruit grower manager says association stands As example Export Market urged Loi in a governor terms \ Bicu Tural meet nation s welfare is first by associated press in Pasold wire Washington. Cd Tan. 25�?am- in agriculture As a whole a could probably study the factors that have i Uri buted to the welfare of califor a i in the face of general business cd Harold Powell general manager of the California fruit Crowers Exchange declared today in Art address before the National a literal conference. Or. Powell deemed the Success of co operative i irk eting depended a upon the will of the Farmer to co operate and on a be development of a a spirit of my Ual Confidence and Trust Quot Between Hose engaging in the venture. Urges a one Man one a cooperative organizations he said should be composed exclusively of f Ruers and managed by Farmers v h the benefits returned to ouch number determined by his patronage if the organization. To advocated payment of Only a fair rate of bifrost on capital Stork and that Power be distributed on the a one r an. One principle. He said a cooperative association could lie held together by contract or agreement Between it and each member and that membership terms should extend of t Long periods of years. Such organizations. He added have the Best t Hance for Success if they handle Only one drop. Extension of an organization to local communities thru Small units he suggested might increase its usefulness. A in tile California fruit growers Exchange for example Quot sail or. Powell a through which ,500 members sell nearly one Hundred million dollars Worth of Citrus emits annually to the wholesale Trade the growers have formed More than 200 local associations each owning its own lacking House and managing its to Al affairs. A most of the California growers received prices for their fruit crops a Illish phial returned More than the Cost of would open Eik it it markets governor Parker of Louisiana addressing the conference proposed As a Means of combating the present Arm depression the opening of exit Ort markets through Extension of Mig time credits to foreign buyers Brough the Federal Reserve system. Governor Parker departed from his prepared address to Ltd take notice of rumours which lie said had been heard n some quarters concerning the conference that a this is a hand picked but and dried Ile add a the Hope that there was no foun nation whatever in the rumours. Governor Virker praised president Harding and Secretary of agriculture Wallace for disregarding politics and a asking patriotic democrats from the South to sit shoulder to shoulder with he patriotic republicans from the the governor aroused the Confer nce to great applause when he Calili on them to put the welfare of the nation above every other consider Ion and to work to a restore the Arace happiness and Prosperity to he whole nation and also to agriculture whose people Are now sorely Ivo his ins go hand i hand Robert Mcdougal president of the Chicago Board of Trade declared it was impossible a to separate the marking problem from that of the Board of Trade favors scientific Djus Tenient based on a fifty year program Quot lather than on any hand to Outh adjustment to meet temporary roubles Quot he said. Pallid spread of co operative electors throughout the Grain Belt mid be materially assisted by the i maintenance of an open Market. The Board of Trade he asserted a looks on the farm Bureau movement As the greatest step Forward taken by american agriculture in the last forty / employees in such Frame of mind Lane says that they Are dangerous new strike vote on Man Ike voting xvii itt la full Fri on n to Ati on Maul of continued or stopped by associated press leaded a ire Chicago 111., Jan. 25.�? if the striking packing Plant workers Are forced to accept wages which they declare were in reality fixed by the parkers it will be the beginning of a guerrilla Quot warfare in the packing j , i minis Lane Secretary of the meal cutters Union declared today and an undoubted menace to the lives of packing spam officials. The strikers will vote on calling off the strike tomorrow at .1 of clock. Results Are expected to reach Union Headquarters Here by 5 of clock air. Lane said. Tile effectiveness of the strike Lins been denied by the packers Hill be its inception i ast week when a final Effort was made by the government to Institute conciliation proceedings. The Armour and Swift companies announced that they had nothing to arbitrate. I Ca us a guerilla Quot warfare Secretary Lone said today that economic Nee a sit y might Force the Union men to declare the strike off he would give no opinion on their pro Bublo Anlon however. A Elf the men Are forced to submit Ltd the packers it does not mean we Are Defeated Quot or. Lane Quot rut it looks like the beginning of guerilla warfare in the . I believe that the men. Individually Are in such to Frame of mind that the lives and i Homes of packing company officials Are in a by our agreement with the pack ors. Made in March. 1010. The Aisehu-1 Ler arbitration award was to extend one year after peace was signed Quot or. Lane said a that year is not u>4 yet and the government is a part to a violation of that agreement of i consenting to the wage Cut of Las i Spring. Cardinal merry Del Val. Cardin Chamberlain will become temporal Pope until a permanent Pope i elected. Or. Arthur Sweeney St. Paul specialist is prosecution witness today father tells Story a i xxi is Harr Dei i Aris Iii and not Dale took \ to Springs Home rebuttal starts or. Arthur Salt in cab alienist. St. Paul. I mn., was called by hic state Iii the Barr trial when it began its rebuttal testimony Filiti afternoon. Or. Sweeney declared that any adult with a mentality of an Elevon and a half year old child could not. Be considered f Ohle minded. Ile offered a titans of medical evidence to militant Date his statements. The state also submitted in rebuttal a transcript of the testimony of a Lames Barr Given at tin Coroner s inquest pointing out certain discrete Nyics Between that testimony and the evidence Piton by Barr in the present hearing or. Sweeney was still on the stand at i it. In. Today. A withered sad by years. Father of Dale the witness stand Tup in circuit court to c evidence that his Orth freed of the charge of George Clifton it Springs fur which be James Barr tile a to an hour s exam inn tourneys who Are Dei this was followed to lug hour during xvii for the state erns rigidly pinking Haw testimony Given by the coroners inquest following tin shooting of Clifton last september. <1 Man of 73 Barr went on Ibi y a Bemoon for his bit of son might be f Hie murder Wessington n being tried. Lier. Submit teb Ion by the at tiding Ilia son another Krill a in re Nei 11 him origin i Man in famous alienist ailed prof. Huxley declares next Century will see parental orders placed for girl or boy by school Board to inaugurate its own dances Breaks baby sarm to Check thumb sucking Ohr it father fractures girl child Lumb in two places a is arrested flexible Tariff rates proposed c s. Chamber of Commerce wants to a re to maae a Ucli Asi judicial Quot Powers Washington. A. Jan. 25�?legislative provision for flexible Tariff rates to be administered by a Tariff adjustment Board having a quasi judicial functions is included among other Tariff recommendations to Moil the chamber of Commerce of a a United states has been Coin nut Quot a by a referendum vote of its membership announced today. Other propositions adopted in the referendum were reasonable Protection for american industries in a icons motive of operation. A a maintaining of the anti dumping principle encouragement of Export Trade and adequate bade measures to meet foreign discrimination. I lie vote on the question of the american valuation basis for levying pities was announced As 979 for and against lacking the necessary two thirds majority to commit the chamber either Way. The purpose of the propose Tariff adjustment Board it was said should he to provide a consistent Tariff poli Ltd in the face of fluctuate Trade conditions and its Tariff rate decisions although limited by Range by Congress should a a become effective and Anding Quot As duties now file i by leg Kiat Ion. Cincinnati. It it. Jan. 25.�?because his five months old daughter. Cora Jane had acquired the thumb sucking habit and was unable to understand that it was objectionable to him he seized and broke her left Arm in two places. Sam Gabel 23 years old switch tender admitted when arrested according to Ohio humane society officers Anthony Brothers and Henry Venneman. A charge of having a cruelly tortured a child was placed against Gabel. He arranged to provide Bond for his release until his arraignment in municipal court. Or. C. G. Smith who had an a Ray examination made of the babe s Arm ascertained that it had been fractured in two places said the officers. Splints were applied to tile injured Arm. The babe sucks its thumb because it is teething said the officers. Gabel according to the officers said it was not his intention to injure his child. The first report As to the babes injuries was made by Gabel s Landlady according to Brothers and a Enneman. Gabel s father then consulted them the officers said and said that while it was his own son he accused he did not have the heart to see any child abused and that a something must be Watertown Cas co. Announces rate Cut effective March i Watertown. S. D., Jan. 2 5�?the Watertown Gas company which supplies the people of Watertown with their Gas supplies announces a reduction of 22 4-5 cents per 1.000 feet in the rate effective March i. The new rate will be $2.27 per 1.000 feet. As compared with the present charge of $2.50, which was put into effect when the company began installation of new machinery and other equipment at the Plant. To was also voted by the directors of the company that the company should pay five per cent interest on the $10 deposits made for meters. Weather report South Dakota fair tonight and probably thursday rising temperature thursday and in East and Central portions tonight. I Aiea i temperatures by the official government thermometer from noon yesterday to noon today maximum 21 minimum h at noon ,21 noted English scientist As nets Stork can be i Ade to Ohea instructions London eng., Jan. 25�?prof. Jill j Ian s. Huxley says that some time with j in this Century parents May be Able to deliver their own orders to the Stork calling for a baby girl or baby j boy according to their own desires. Elaborating on a lecture delivered i before tile Royal arts society in which he made the prediction that i sex determination would some Day become a science. Professor Huxley declared in an interview at Oxford that this object May lie achieved j within Twenty years or it May take 1 fifty according to the Progress made by scientists now studying the subject. Matter of sex per Imen Tat Ion Quot i am he said a that i the world will arrive at a stage when scientific sex control will he possible although it is impossible for me to prophecy the time necessary to attain prenatal sex determination. A it is Likely Quot he continued Quot that the known facts already applied to animals May Lead to the discovery in Large measure of sex control in humans. There is Only a slight difference Between the actual physiological machinery of animals and men and it seems to my to be merely a question of applying to Man what we already know about animals. A it is largely a matter of adjustment and a maladjusted sex factors May exist in humans As Well As in lie declared. May modify sex ratio professor Huxley explained that most of the hereditary Constitution of animals consists of chemical entities lodged in the among insects and some other animals the female possesses one Mort Quot Croni oboe Quot than the male. If. As is supposed this Cromo Sonie is the Carrier of sex. Then it might lie possible to eliminate the extra chromosome modifying the sex ratio. The professor indicated that the science might develop a Means of injecting a chemical substance which will possibly alter the chemical metabolism influencing the sex. Of Burley tobacco men ready for first Sale Resolution promises action by March if some civic Boda does t 31 Ove new a Oto being taken by associated prot Sale ased a ire j Chicago. 111., Jan. 25.�?kffective- Ness Ai the strike of packing House i workers continuance or suspension of which will be voted on tomorrow throughout the country under orders of the amalgamated meat cutters and Butcher workmen of America has been denied by the packers since its inception december 5. In Many admissions were made that for a few Days work was diminished but 1 recently the statement has been made that All the have been operate ing with out pea unimpaired. The i Union has maintained that the strike has been effective. Voting Iii Omaha Omaha. Neb., Jan. 25.�?striking 1 packing Plant employees in Omaha today began voting on the question of i calling off their strike it was announced by Jacob in due is presi Dent of District Council number 5 of the amalgamated meat cubes and Butcher workmen a Union. Cardinal Gaspar papal Secretary of state will be the next Pope according to opinions expressed in All the newspapers of Rome. Pope will be buried tomorrow thousands flock to papal City by a a sex in Ted press leased a ire Rome Italy. Jan. 25�?the Fune i of Pope Benedict will be head at 3 p. In. Tomorrow it rvs announced at the Vatican today. Pilgrims today continued in arrive from All parts of Italy camping in the open air before St. Peters in the Hope of getting a glimpse of the Pope s body. More than half a million persons have tiled past Tho cat Falque in the two Days meanwhile the foreign Cardinal continue to arrive for the conclav0 of the sacred College at which Tho new pontiff we ill be elected. Cardinal merrier of Belgium who is Inoke i upon continued on Page eight a neither St a age level Ltd in ent in the trial Quot f a est i y a Bergoo n w As tile Reb Liing if Barr s p Oculi a r i com win in a c Hild. ? us Phi m it r ? i 11 g 4 the icon i tim t he is not f i Illy developed j Midi Willi no ii if ill in and p a Gilfil Lan a of i to i e Barr. I la d m is in i Glim Lait. I y co us a n a wit v be 1 Isi. V ii to. Ai o i re j id this Iii end in j pre in i i n e n i t. Thro a lit the to Iii a As a Nerv o Liioi a Ali it and in. A f Kcf a ii still i Iione d to a i tier a a to tip i it i it. The and a s exp t of a card to i in f i f a t a of i i i i j ii v ii a ii 1 to Sta Nii Barr s i Midi menu a1 ii 11 41. I Iron Poi fir a a when Dale was a bout Hill i y a a i miss Eva Gilt i in i n est i lied i Quot his had i i Peel 11 car a habit. A he till Bec a Ann e Oit a he won by pie i u up a Slit a a or a whip in his left h a r id. Or i Ltd urn i filled o la rage High it it unless some woman s club or similar organization in Mitchell takes up the matter of furnishing supervised dancing for the High school pupils of Mitchell the school Board will take action to inaugurate such entertainment. This is the Promise made by Tho Mitchell Board of education in a Resolution passed at a meeting held this week. The Resolution reads Quot resolved that the school Boardo Mitchell feels the necessity of supervision of dancing and would or for that such action be taken by some civic organization. Action by the Board will he postponed until March to. If by that time no satisfactory solution of the problem Lins i Cen found the Board will be prepared to take passing of this Resolution by the Board is the result of a feeling tha proper amusement a should be furnished for the High school students. I who frequent Public dance Halls in i the City. The matter has been widely j discussed but no solution of the mat i Ter has been presented other than i that of furnishing supervised dancing to take the place of the dancing at the Public Halls. There is considerable opposition to the supervised dancing on the part of Many people of the City but in a questionnaire sent out to parents of the pupils it was found that Only about one third of those who replied were opposed to the plan. Scores of parents did not even take the trouble to reply to the questionnaires. Poincare wrung to give up desire for Oil diplomacy bargain week ends saturday january 28th your last Chance to buy the Republican a year for two pennies a say another Berlin pact suggested in Washington proposed to Fata would per Xii separate negotiation of d a Ai age t Lai Ais get the Republican a whole Yea delivered by Carrier in the City for Only Baris. France. Jan. 2 5�?premier Poincare it was understood in authoritative quarters today is willing to sacrifice his declare i preference for old style diplomacy and to meet representatives of great Britain and of the other allies in a conference prior today Are preparing for the opening i to the forthcoming Genoa meeting tomorrow of the warehouses Here despite his previous it expressed Dis i when the tobacco pledged to the As i like for the activities of the Allied suit striation will go on Sale for tile first preme Council. By associated press irises a ire Lexington by. Jan. 25.�?with the j initial financial needs of the recently organized Burley tobacco growers c cooperative association Over subscribed j by More than a million dollars the officers and fifty thousand members time this season. Kenosha women vote in City manager plan disabled veterans to fight for needs by associated proses leased wire Kenosha. Avis., Jan. 25.�?avomen of Kenosha cast a majority of the ballots yesterday which changed the Aldermani form of municipal government t othe City manager plan by a majority of 7 72 votes. By associated press leased wire Washington d. Jan. 2 5�?announcement was made by the association of disabled american veterans of the world War today that they would hold a conference Here from february i to 3 Quot in an attempt to carry the fight for adequate govern ment Relief to the doors of the United states veterans Bureau. This Coupon is Worth Cash $1.24 Cash clip this Coupon bring or mail it to the Republican office with your Check for $6.26 not later than saturday january 28th and you will be credited with a year s subscription to the Republican regular rate $7.50. For the rest of the once $1.24, we will accept Thi Coupon As Cash. Fill in the Coupon now and save $1.24 the Mitchell daily Republican Mitchell South Dakota by As Roeln cd pros in cased a ire Washington d. Jan. 25.�?president Harding had under consideration today a proposal that the United states negotiate a new treaty with Germany for creation of a commission for arbitration of private damage claims growing out of the to. Id War. Suggested at a White House dinner conference last night Between the president Secretary Hughes and Republican leaders of the Senate and House the proposed arbitration treaty. While understood not to have been definitely decided upon was Haiti to have been favourably viewed by Hie president As providing a substitute for arbitration rights reserved by this country under its separate treaty with Germany. Awhile these rights give the United states Opportunity to join with the allies in arbitral commissions established under the Versailles treaty it. Was said to have been concluded that american participation in these commissions would be impracticable chiefly on account of the hostility o Many Republican senators to any sort of participation under the Versailles pact. Other reasons against it also were said to have been developed in a thorough canvass of the whole ques lion. Pianist seeks a luny ii ago Aoi the say Borowski neglects Aii Siu Fok wifi. And Liioi old die name address by a a my a by let i i rot la Chicago ii. Jarl. Oberndorf. A you g piano by the police today a a an attempt last right to a Borowski composer Aru p the Chicago musical cob ego Oner probably will 5,j s i sanity rests. Oberndorf who says i a protege of cd wire Raymond was held dared to the porn j Borowski should it i Devotion to his Young wife. J declared had caused the cot. A neglect his music. J the youth called at t in Borowski Home and fired two shots Whdeh Nar Rowdy missed both or. And mrs. Borowski. Or. Borowski overpowered him and called the Kohv e Coop Success hangs of farm Westerner says
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