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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - January 31, 1922, Mitchell, South Dakota
The e vening rep Bucan City edition do. , South Dakota tuesday january 31, 1922 number 104kenyon will quit Senate Maha packing i0use workers Call strike off Union employees besieged plants this morning seeking old jobs again ont admit defeat t Hon Tak by Hei Al of or. The Khz i do Moss to ii i ask Sitt kill no com by associated i Yosfi wire Omaha neb., Jan. 31.�?More than on striking members of the amal mated meat utters and Butcher or Knien of North America at a Ion mass meeting last night voted it Call off the strike in the Loral Irving plants. The Resolution Ender the walkout was passed almost unanimously according to local Lead s. A conditions Iii other packing Cerias As Well As in Omaha Are such thar. Not nuance of the present strike it oui serve no Good purpose hut mild on the other hand work an in iry and cause unnecessary suffering n the part of a great number of workers a declared Jacob la. Davis f District Council number re of the Mon in Reading the Resolution can riling Tho walkout. I want lobs Back As a result of last night s action iroc crowds of former packing House workers gathered at employment of ices in the packing Plant District peking re employment according to sports from that Section today. A considerable percentage o the non had to he turned away hut. Of ording to a. It. Orchard a member if the packers publicity committee hey will he taken Hack in accordance Villi whatever a Marne for heir it a Joes is made As a result of Condi ions which will depend upon re seipts of live Stock. Two Hundred employees were put to Cork last thursday Friday and saturday at Armour and company and Here were prospects that increased Nisi Ness would mean further Addline to Packer plan forces. May to second strike commenting on the termination of he strike in Omaha Jacob la Davis resident of District Council number of the amalgamated meat cutters rid Butcher workmen s Union said a it is up to the packers by their iture treatment of employees to Sayva tether there will he a second Hiriko. A the said he a had taken advantage of the unemployment Skull Ion and of the cold weather when hey reduced wages. They did not Ike into consideration a living wage we Haven to lost this strike and Haven to won Sti ii k Krs by Joi n in Sioux City la., Jan. 31�?striking Sioux City packing House employees if restrained from interfering with he packers Here in an injunction is a i late today by Federal judge m Nim Wade at Iowa City. Is m us i Mon pm ploy is Lull Ketki it in n i Bias a City Omaha neb. Jan. 31�?four or five alleged striking packing Plant employees at Nebraska City were Are steel Las night by state guardsmen for violating governor to Kelvie so cent proclamation declaring martial Law there. They Are said to have tin eked a number of men who have a Een trying to work in the local Irving plants according to a. Telephone report received Here from colonel Thomas of Omaha commander of the troops. Til Ere were a half dozen lights in Nebraska City last night but none of he participants were seriously Burt. A Donal Thomas said. Ile added that governor had authorized Crea in of Provost courts and that the a n arrested would be Given hearts before them. They Are now Bewig held in the county jail. Work of organizing the courts would he started today colonel Thomas said. Senate acts on debt measure Kra it of i to Ilion is by fat Gwi x la. Pim tints i inti t onside Kwiatk it a re \ Lmh Tat i pro a it la a of xxx ire Washington d. C., Jan. 31. By by decisive votes Lite Senate res a yesterday either to require Collisional approval of tim agreement he entered into with debtor nations the proposed Allied debt refund a commission or to i it ii a the no a Riff of the commission in the instr of deferring the time when infer a payments on the eleven billion a liar foreign debt shall begin. Despite an agreement sharply Liming debate a final vote was not Niche. Date in the Day when the j Calls on amendments began it eked As though Tho now week Ohl flit would come to an end but a Terence to tile agricultural bloc by Quot be senator started a debate that predated a final vote. Many amendments still Are pending with plenty a More discussion in Prospect. Guess Well have to be a Little careful. How we poke that it seems to be pretty sore j Vij . Oceh. s i the of pc it he 3� it Volb in of it pretty Sook wok pm you final Steps in Pacific naval pact Complete five Power treaty carrying capital ship settlement is drafted will be submitted Deb Xton i Ltd dior Al id t in to i Isi and Fortier a i ions is Abb anger bold bad negro is finally captured by sixty Boston police id nah lated press Ian it ii w ire a a a we n Masan. 31�?sixty pay re a of a a a i with riot guns. Iva i Lien jul t an an hour Early today against 13 Murray a negro who. Barm ailed in Home in the South Cen. 5.lot at i Smi Nusly wounded two patrolmen a ingress end a negro and set fire to a bed in which an infant Lay. Murray surrendered unfit jul. when dozen policemen broke Down the door of Tho . Iowan accepts appointment to i violent Earth tremors show on Seismograph a la Akl fms Cai Ilki it a enormous by Kim i so xxx i bks i alb to in Kobi Ca i astr Phil Xiv by in Kyl ador new York n y., Jan. 31 a geologists in new York seeking to locate tim Earth quake which today shattered seismographs Iii various parts of the United states estimated that the Shock originated along the West coast of South America some where Between tile Panama canal zone and quador. By associated Prev leaded xxx ire Washington. In Jan 31�?an earthquake of great intensity probably 2,500 to 2.600 Miles South of Washington was registered Early today at the Georgetown Seismograph Cal Observatory. The quake began at about 8 25 a. In. And then ten minutes later the tremors had become so pronounced As to throw the registering Needles Oft the ale. The quake was registered on the Seismograph of the weather Bureau officials of which described it As the Rev. Francis ton Dorf of the Georgetown Seismograph ical Observatory and one if the Foremost earthquake a Tori ties of the world said the quake was both machines were till registering the quake at to of clock. Or. W. J. Humphreys the weather Bureau s earthquake specialist. Reported at la a. In. The tremors still were continuing but had greatly diminished in intensity. 11 Coo re etl at i i Cag o Chicago hi., Jan 31�?a severe Earth quake was record i on the Seismograph of the University of Chicago this morning. The firs wave was recorded at 7 2 3 and i was foil wed by another . 32 a. R Ite dus tily Schwab argues for american Tariff Pun Allied debt by associated press loused xxx Irei Washington. D. A. Jan. 31�? no Tariff Bill will build up a fou Mulatu for Prosperity unless it provides an american valuation basis to a remedy the Hole in our present Laws which the fluctuations in foreign Exchange have torn in Charles m. Schwab of new York declared in a letter read today before the Tariff convention Here of the National association of manufacturers. Knickerbocker death list Cut victims in Washington the. Tahr Golla ask now said to pm ski but 07 Washington d. U. Jan. 31�?a provision m the Allied debt refunding Bill which would have Given the proposed debt funding committee authority to �?oadjus1 and Settle All claim. He United states has or hereafter May have against any foreign government a was stricken out today by the Senate. This was the first change to be made in the Bill Over the objection of Republican leaders. The vote was 39 to 35, thirteen republicans joining with the solid minority in supporting the amendment which was offered by senator Walsh Democrat Mon Tana. Of estimated if ppr Xii to tier a 1.970 Miles from Chicago. Slight shocks Ahi Oast Sun i Francisco. Alif., Jai. 31-�? earthquake shocks were Felt Early today along the Pacific roast from the mexican Border to the i Aidian line according to it reports received no damage was reported. Sol Francisco the oscillation faint and continued for several ids. A pronounced Shock a at Eugene �?~re., at 5 3ft of clock. Here in was Secor Felt Steps taken fur Illinois waterway by associated press i a a set i wire Springfield 111., Jan. 31�? Immell i a. Be s toward construction of the i i Illinois waterway were ordered today i by governor Small. A a letter to imiller director i of Public Wor s the Over r Ca Heil a per the pre Parai of a i plan the a. To a a me when i v. A a pol t a j s i foils Quot .o.-, a Ury i a go i a however the Contemp. A Ria -. A i w part of the i f fire dish a rattled and persons who were already awake reported feeling slight vibrations at the same time an Earth tremor was reported Ai Eureka Cal. The Seismograph at Gonzago University in Spokane wash., recorded Slit is beginning at 5 is o clock and continuing until 7 05 o clock. The heaviest shocks were from 5 21 to 5 24 o clock. It was estimated the shocks emanated too Miles South ast of Spokane. By associated press leased xxx ire Waibl Nylon d. C., Jan. 31.�?ninety seven persons according to a final and official list issued today by the District of Columbia authorities lost their lives in the collapse saturday night under a Burden of Snow of the Knickerbocker theatre roof. Any additions to the list it was said. Would result from the fatal termination of injuries sustained by other victims. While the City began the burial of its dead today District of Columbia authorities pushed their investigation of the Knickerbocker theater disaster and the Senate was expected to take action on the Resolution of senator capper Republican Kansas proposing an Independent inquiry by that body. A Resolution for the same purpose also was pending in the House although representative Mondell. Republican Leader had announced that body would not authorize an inquiry pending the outcome of those by local authorities. Allies marking time on Genoa Hines opposes rate reduction former Fhi Kab Al railway ail Minista ution says roads and to stand its by associated pros loused xxx ire Washington. D. Cjan. 31 a Walker in Hines former director general of the Railroad administration called today As a representative of the Public i by the interstate Commerce commission testified that in opinion rail i Road earnings were too Low to allow general reduction of freight charges and that business activity would not be stimulated by such a step if taken. Or. Hines estimated that a in the Public interest it is probably necessary for the railroads to spend on j betterment and facilities at least a billion dollars a be r for some time to Norbeck slips in and then out Washington i it. I. Jan. \ trial a Tel ment by the japanese and Chines of tin Long debated Shantung question and final Agni Merit Oil the text of the it x it Poult a a a i limitation treaty had brought tin arms limitation conference very near to the Roii i listen of its labor Here Only with some of tin delegates of tooting to in on their homeward journeys possibly by the end id the Wim a. Washington in �?T., Jan. 31.�?the text of the five Power naval treaty it to carry into effect the capital ship settlement the limitation peace on auxiliary War Craft and the a status quo Quot agreement regarding Pacific fortifications was put into final form yesterday an i will be placed before Tho world at a plenary session of the arms conference on wednesday. Final agreement on the fortifications article fur weeks the Only provision of the treaty remaining incomplete. Came after Japan had suggested and the other Powers had agreed that the american Aleutian islands. Which Are a part of Alaska should be included Iii the area in which no further fortifications Are to be built which include the Philippines Guam the Aleutian islands and various smaller Pacific possessions of the United states. Formosa and other japanese islands stretching to the North and South from the principal japanese group and the British port of Hung Kong together with a number of British islands lying to the Southwest. The japanese main land. Japanese Sakhalin British Singapore and the hawaiians do not fall under the i inhibition. Although it Fust regarded in the a Amel can delegation p u of the ame can . For a Tho purposes of the treaty the Aleu a a group is said in am re an naval Virvle to have Little St Ca Egic value my of the naval plans of the Genu la Hoard. The japanese n the other i in. Are to ,a Hong that the archipelago stretching lie alaskan Mainland torn might become ii in the far haste . It became the site of Ai Jean naval base among the japanese islands Liste i As falling within the a status quo Quot principal significance is attached in naval circles to Formosa and the Var Iotis i land cd us which stretch away or the southward from tic main japanese group. It would in these wat is in the opinion a it naval experts that the most potential japanese naval bases a uld be developed. The be iof that Japan might in the future Pilosi e to build a great naval of in i ill it. on Formosa and Turin als fortify the Loo rho and other groups in of i or to bottle up the Yel Lew Iva and the a a a of Japan or h been prevalent among naval nut Bori ties. In son a a Way. Tanese Navat no i for has held that he american government would vow less a powerful foothold in the it a East if a naval Bas were trifled on the amort a a a a. Island of Guam. W excluded further Fot Tiff at on along with Formosa Ami the Dorea. As finally agreed to the text of the fortifications Irti Ide contains authorization for such repair and replacement As May he necessary to keep establishments now existing within the a status Quot area up to their present Standard of efficiency Shantung Case going on paper Onyx poll Rasolt of u a to ques in Lon by tween Fin a i ii Abdi no i Elk , d. Jan. Jim much gratification that Tho Shantung cont Hail fax ii settled a. Cup Reevis today at the White House lira off trials said Harding Felt that the Agort to it real it in a one of tin important of the w it.-at on Figoti Auxin. I a Tite Hou a comment Quot at the fir to Oft Ciai i pro Vlodi con firming Foi Mally that the Jap Ane a and Uhi nem. I in i re studied a Complete act ird although it Liana Heel generally i lid ital to that they i re lir Truilly Iii agreement. Washing on d. Jan. 31 a Ai agreement on All the principles involved in the plan for return o Shantung provinces to China reached last Iglus by the j to p and i Wincse arms delegations. After the two groups had been in conference for nearly seven hours wrestling with the final problem of restoring the Tsung Tao Tainan fun Railroad to chinese control. Word Cattie that Only details of the phraseology of the proposed treaty remained in the Way of a Complete agreement. Or. Keo said that the agreement thus far reached provided for a managing director who would be a Vinese and that the traffic manager and chief accountant a of whatever nationality would be subordinate to the managing director. It was understood in conference circles that these two to Iowa senator Farmer bloc Leader will succeed Walter i. Smith lifers ambition san at. In Oki n sks.so\. It of films appointment of president Harding Washington. I it. \. Jan. 31 a president Harding today sent to the Senate the nomination of senator William s Kenyon of Iowa Leader of the Senate agricultural bloc to by judge of the eighth circuit. The Senate Moon after receiving the nomination confirmed it in open cd ecu Ive session an Honor Only rarely j Aid to nominees. Senator Kenyon will succeed the late judge Walter i. Smith. The Iowa san or. Who is o Laders of the Senate and of the agricultural bloc of to in a formal statement Issue receipt it of Bis nomination by ate expressed appreciation Rte of the a Harmati Tat body cd upon the Senor the president s action which he said would enable to achieve inks ambition a to serve on Iii Federal every senator Llesis the motion to confirm the Iowa senator was made by Bis colleague senator us innings. And when in w a flew a Tor Curtis of a the time called of rising and consent action. Every senator Kenyon aft lion said that be v to i in \ a Washington new duties Short of lays. Ile expected he j san the a Quot a in a presiding i vote on a a o tile Nom ii the Cha nil Quot lid i a Tai wee Firma Una ins up or ten Deled senatorial precedents t mine whether after the conf he in a vet vote the co exam deter a t iou a Erat Ive marketing Hill scheduled to take a lie next place on tire Calendar of business is one in which he is vitally interested and or. Kenyon said lie hoped to cast before i Ria the Senate Tallis Ilia Kenyon Sal had been vote on Tho measure band should Ting per not to i lie a on the hts a i a cadent e right iffy tin or t i on 1 Sib fact no Rill spa a in sit ions which were the chief obstacle to a settlement for so Mary weeks would be filled by japanese experts another Point seemingly cleared up by tim virtual agreement was the question of payment the chinese of Cering Cash or payments in i a merits covering 12 years with is three year 011111. This was declined by the japanese. Who invite on a loan Eov Tring 15 years with a five year option. Through the a Good offices of or. Balfour an Secretary Hughes Rad finally president Harding the japanese demand a re reduced to the Point where they agreed to waive the loan substituting the instalment plan but Over till same period As their suggested loan in err Ator a Tor South Dakota and Iowa Lead states in number of cars by Avei Atco press i Nusl win Chicago iu., Jan. 31�?it is no t longer a question of How Many people can afford to own an automobile but How Many people can afford not j to own one Alfred Reeves Genera manager of the National automobile chamber of Cotner a told members of the Chicago rotary club in an and i dress Here today. In the late of Illinois there a a 568.000 motor vehicles or one for every 111-2 people. Or Reeves said 1 a South Dakota and Iowa Load with a motor car for every 5 1-2 people Bare Knees girls admit it immodest says Board member Only if you look is answer St. Lens worm rho saw Barbara i Riscile wave Flag is dead no Anno Jackmen t Tias been la de regarding further Agenda at session by associated pres leaded wire Paris France. . 31�?the expected change of views among the allies regarding the conditions under which the Genoa economic conference should to opened is awaiting the development through diplomatic discussion of other questions regarded As More pressing. The fact that the Genoa program is Beira a allowed to lie dormant seems to be taken in political quarters Here to mean that he French government regards French participation a a foregone conclusion and that settlement of questions regarding the Agenda will be so easily reached there is no hurry in taking them up. The French viewpoint of the scope i of the work to be done at Genoa rests upon the conditions clearly set i Forth at the Cannes conference. Junior senator of state spends Day la Kre of erring with associates senator Peter no cd in South i take i ton last week Aper 1 hell conferring w Enoch nor Beck of charge of senator Tercel in Western Wyoming. A number of Busin i ions parts of the s the City to meet be business matters Cut personal interests. From Mitch he i went to Redfield. I to Washington no Beck. Who Arriv-1 from Wash in a monday in mirth brother Platte who has Norbeck soil in uth Dakota and is men from Variate also came to i Atar Norbeck on n Nee Ted with a senator Norbeck in plans to return week. St. . Jar. 31 a mrs Walsh to who was born Rick. Maryland Venoil Barbara s Are and 8i< is general Ste filch Whittier Christine t Frede and who was present frit be waved the k fro Hor Vin Dew Wall Jackson passed iter immortal a in weather report forecast South i Dakota probably Snow tonight and wednesday somewhat voided South and Central portions Vav cd no dry increasing Easterly winds tonight becoming fresh northerly wed afternoon. Chickens Fly to new Homes through Republican want ads. It Ati by xxx free with two other issues politics Rima to Tull lion a eth president hits k Quot we. A our service together in to so in that political life <111 ii Al ? it to and that my ambition a to m i co on Toto Federal in a the senator said in i statement. Vav i. Ii a vacancy occurred fall Iii i a �1 1 Oral Dis ii Iuda nip m night sonic Ltd my friends ugg Ost it 1 my name and to indicated ids willingness to it App it Ini in a Tho legislative situation was such then that it Scenic to met i a a uld riot accept. I to situation is somewhat different now a Tho Vav a \ Irginia inv ligation is out of the Way likewise Newberry Ami 1 Largo portion of Tho agricultural 1 Engram has been put through. It an accept now a the quest in is presented trim again As to Tho circuit judgeship in the eighth judicial circuit and Tho president knowing my ambition and desires for services in Tho Fedora Bench and at Tho solicitation of some of my friends has tendered me the appointment of circuit judge for that circuit which i Ani pleased to accept and have told . I Ani deeply appreciative of the act of the president in appointing me to this position. V the eighth circuit to which five judges Are assigned includes Tho states of Minnesota Missouri Iowa Arkansas. Nebraska a Dorado. Kansas Oklahoma Wyoming. Utah. New Mexico and North and South Dakota the salary of a circuit judge is 38,500, and that of a in United state senator $7 -0 0 0 # at lick. Appointment discussing the appointment of senator Tonyon of Iowa senator Harrison. Demo rat. Mississippi declared m the Senate today a that the country could not help but wonder and it will take some explanations to disprove the belief whether this administration was not seeking to destroy Lite leadership of the agricultural Kendall must name senator Des Moines la. Jan. 31.�?appoint by ment of senat eighth judicial i will Lea the App Cessor in the a Kendall to fill. I must i e tilled att next november. S. Keny ult Ben to tile today it of a s i it it governor Tat or i seat ru.1 f e lion Bonus action is demanded Washington. I mediate passage legislation w i hearing before ? Means commit it War veterans an Estima were in red veterans would t once to ins Uram Dier b no Alay at a was and a tentative ions. Bonus Bill of the War in prefer onal and Ai and land or or was Trade by a Iowa. In an Erica pm a. A is he Batt red on re. X. Oat Ira i. Tauber. A j .3aiv 3n a whether of Bare knee will be Caribe High schools of new after tomorrow is Prole for tomorrow Joseph m. A or. Of. Quite a null Ember of the Board of de Knees. They brought w in Len a rolling their none a co Tares to vouchsafe. But the fact a Mains that or. Dauber on a visit o one of the achoo la a week. Saw sup of Bare Fabulae e after wave do Ore Dock fire does $2,000,000 damage cation who started the Battle cease of punt a1 blushes to . Dama Viber Twel Hook Ai is it a St was
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