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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - July 1, 1922, Mitchell, South Dakota Celebrate the fourth july at Home this year with the Mitchell Kernel the evening Republican third edition vol Xxxvii Mitchell South Dakota saturday july i 1922 number 233railway strike is started tells Turk atrocities Hamm urges doctor ousted by turks gives Hughes diary . M. H. Ward Back from Asia minor throws More Light situation armenians weak and starving Forcer to walk highways till Tiley Rie Washington d. C., pages from an american doctors diary Tell How Tho armenian nation is being literally walked to death. The horrors he describes Are continuing. Or. Mark h. Ward Relief worker in Armenia since 1915, recently expelled by the turks has Laid the diary before Secretary Hughes who is anointing american members to the joint Allied commission for investigation turkish atrocities in Asia minor. Instead outright murder and massacre the turks Are driving refugees at the Point bayonets Back and Forth along roads until they perish starvation and exhaustion says . Ward. Ninety per cent the victims Are women and children. For the first time extracts from . Wards diary Are made Public thru the republicans Nea service May 26, 1921 fifty men arrived at Harpoot under guard from am Asia. They were kept in prison two Days and sent to Dia Bekir. May 29�? 300 refugees starting from Bilimek Only 140 reached the near East Relief station Here Harpoot. The others died the Way. Survivors mostly had typhus and Many died in a Hospital. June 3 gave 12 slices bread thre Days rations to each 312 refugees from Eskisehir. It is All we have. They have been eating grass along the Road. June 13 arrivals today were 574. Robbed their scanty belongings in route. Driven along by bayonets. Women ravished. Young girls taken away to harems. June 20 ten arrivals taken to hospitals to Delouse. Group includes a greek priest wealthy merchant and wife an Engineer and professor Haigazian president american College at Konia and a graduate Columbia University who is weak and ill. June 28 the Haigazian party All forced to resume March except professor whom the Turk officials allowed to stay when he paid 15 pounds Gold. July 7 professor Haigazian died we were permitted to Bury him. Reg for death july is More than 600 arriving daily. Many taken to Hospital. Poor wretches beg me to kill them even Bury them alive to Stop the agony March and starvation. July 19 i often Pray they will die in Hospital. At least we can Roll them in sheets and give decent burial instead letting them die the Mountainside for dogs and vultures to get. Aug. I Turk officials forcibly took 20 Little orphans All under 12, from our Hospital where they were convalescing from sickness and made them sleep Stone floors Church and depot. We got Beds and food for them but before supplies reached them they were forced out to March alone none can survive a week. Aug 4 two thousand persons mostly women and children Are Here from Siva s. Several babies were born along the Road. Mothers were forced and had to abandon babies. Children die Road aug. 5 this great crowd tells the same tales. Children by hundreds gave up and fell by Roadside to die. Sent. 3 thirty children born lately in our Hospital at Harpoot. Mostly premature. Only 19 survived. Sept. 20 crying refugees outside our Gates make nights hideous. Sept 30 women and children and a few old men 1600 in All forced through streets last night Way to kits. Some have come from As far As Samsoun. I heard their cries Quot we die thirst water water a oct. 4 Day after Day they come and go it would be better if they were murdered outright. They plead for it. They Are being walked to death. A nov. 15 when 1500 women and children passed through Harpoot they were not permitted to Stop so we could feed them. We sent bread after them by automobile. Dec. 3 seven Hundred women and children from sivas through he re today. In spite bad weather the March keeps up daily. They must suffer terribly going Over High mountains in Snow and cold. Driven through storm dec. 15 police waited until a snowstorm came and sent great crowd Over mountains. Many Barefoot in Snow. Officials reported 300 one party froze to death. Jan. 20, 1922 out a party several Hundred orphans we could save the lives Only eight. Feb. 23 since our refugee Camp was started four months ago More than 600 have died. In december they at rate 20 a Day. In and about Harpoot we Are feeding 2000 refugees. Out 30,000 driven from their Homes in sivas 10,000 died the Road to Harpoot armenians a Dea i Llu. Of. Home the routes Over which t he turks drive them to exhaustion and destruction. Colorado mines Are reported quiet As troops Are mobilized budget Lowers 1923 expenses by associated press leased wire Denver col july i a quiet prevailed in the Colorado Coal Fields during last night according to reports received by the associated press from the sheriff s Weld Boulder. Fremont and Huerfano and los Animas counties comprising the principal Coal mining areas in the state. Nine companies National guardsmen and the Force state rangers were mobilized yesterday at seven towns in the mining area following disturbances wednesday night in which two Bridges and two mine tipples were burned. Colonel Patrick j. Hamrock. State adjutant general announced that the state immediately would conduct an investigation the burning the Bridges and instances where the men working in the mines it is alleged have been threatened by strikers. Under secret a by Gilbert. However says financial Outlook is not Bright general rebel drive Ozu Luama feared by mexican citizens by associated press leased wire Vera Cruz. Mex., july Bandit Gorosave is now Active in the Vicinity oui mama 40 Miles South Tampico and Federal troops under generals Antonio Portas and pan Nuncio Martinez have left for the scene. A general attack the town is feared. Gorosave in his new operations around oui mama is said to have attacked ranches and maltreated the population. Anti Lynching Bill get favourable action by associated press leased wire Washington. D. A. July Dyer anti Lynching Law providing for imposition penalties by the Federal government for mob action was reported favourably with amendments late yesterday by the Senate judiciary committee by a vote 8 to 6. By associated press leased wire Washington. D. C., july government balanced its budget for the fiscal year ending yesterday an accomplishment described by undersecretary the Treasury Gilbert As a no mean prospects for the fiscal year 1923. A Are not Good a with a budget deficit estimated As High As $485,000,090, he said final Treasury reports for the closing fiscal year will not be available for a Day two. But . Gilbert who has charge the government finances declared that expenditures for the year would be less than $3,900.-000,000, s500.b00.000 less than was estimated As necessary by the spending departments at the outset the year and that there would be a Small surplus receipts. As to the coming year the undersecretary pointed to the possibility a deficit greater than already estimated. As he contended appropriations for next year have not yet been passed by Congress. The Gross debt the United states was $22,950,000,000. A total reduction Over $3,600,000,000 since its Peak August 31, 1919. He explained. For the future he asserted liquidation the Public debt will have to be accomplished chiefly from surplus Revenue receipts. Enough has been accomplished. Or. Gilbert stated to assure the Success the Treasury a plans for refunding the $7,500,000 Short dated debt consisting Victory notes maturing in May 1923, Treasury certificates indebtedness and War savings Cert i Cates. Giant motor Combine is formed capital is eighty millions new rate schedules. On Coton set aside by Commerce Board Chicago 111., july in the entire fabric new rate schedules Cotton moving from the Mississippi Valley to consumption through Seaboard ports i and Northern cities which Railroad a prepared and attempted to put into affect last fall was set aside today \ by the interstate Commerce commission. Weather report South Dakota fair tonight and unday not much change in temperature. Weather Outlook for the week be tining monday upper Mississippi Missouri valleys generally fair eth a probability local Thunder . the toddle Days the week. Normal temperature. Read the want ads today two More names and addresses Republican subscribers have been placed somewhere in the want ads a if your name and address appear you will Van two tickets to the a a met free Good for monday july 3, to see Miriam Cooper \ and i George Walsh in a a serenade Dayton o., july i a an $80,000.-000 consolidation manufacturers automobiles trucks and automobile parts with factories in seven states has been completed Here under the name associated motor industries will i. Ohmer Dayton is chairman the Board. The merger includes seven automobile and truck factories in addition to motor body gear and ignition and other part makers. Offices will a it Ltd Here. Full Speed production will be started within a few Days in All plants it was announced. A number other manufacturers cars Are being considered in the consolidation and some additions May be announce i soon it was said. Besides the manufacturing plants involved five assembling plants will he operated located at Indianapolis Boston Louisville Oakland cal., and St. Louis. Coal factions to end strike president tells owners and employees that Liberal Ness should Rule now conference is begun Bibb shop workers Over English mine Are free a Ujj Pgggy no signs weakening either Side. However Are apparent by associated press leased a it up Washington d. A. July and operators numbering about fifty and representing both the bituminous and Anthracite Coal Fields in which work has been suspended since april i met at the White House today with president Harding in an Endeavor instituted by the government to find j a basis for negotiating a settlement j differences. No signs weakening there were no signs weakening j in the opposing contentions Coal miners and operators As they gathered at the White House. The operators appeared a unit in declaring no Constitution Central competitive Field wage agreements which constitute the Semi National contract would be agreed to while John l. Lewis president the United mine workers and his District presidents indicated themselves inclined to insist this. For the government secretaries Hoover. Davis and fall went into the president s office. Attorney general Daugherty although closeted with the president by associated press leased wire Washington. D. July to the state department yesterday from Consul Shaw at Tampico indicated that the 85 employees the British owned la coma Oil company including the half dozen i americans held for Ransom by out j Laws had been released. The Mea j Sage was very Brief and not Clear and the department telegraphed in j mediately for a explanation. The Consul paid merely that the j 85 persons referred to in his report the new Bandit raid were not j now held. It was not stated Wheth-1 the bandits had withdrawn from eighty men in Mitchell shops walkout takes place promptly abandon posts every Road the property at Pec Era Camp the Union labovites hold secret up to noon fully 50,000 men Oil company whether any payment had been made. Meeting immediately after leaving work had quit work according to Union reports Hope for settlement issues sharply drawn More insurgent Enoree rive no walk out is caused by Cut i Pisk p met i wages. Ordered by u. S. Today de Lares demands i vol Vlaj 111 v ii it railway Board men must be met fight in Dublin government turns attention to Saukville area when . Valera commands Dublin. Ireland july pro Freig it restrictions All freight shipments during the strike will be taken subject to delay it was announced today at the Milwaukee freight office. Perishable freight such As fruit and meats Are accepted for shipment. But with the same stipulation. Eighty men employed at he Mil vision Al free state government turned Waukee and Omaha railway shops in Mitchell and As car repairers and traffic uninterrupted Chicago Iii., july in notwithstanding the efforts the Federal government acting through the United states Railroad labor Board to throttle a strike the nations railway shot a a workers thousands shop men answered tile Call their Union leaders and Laid Down their tools at to clock today. There was no interruption traffic in any line. Engineers and trainmen stuck to their posts although. Under instructions from brotherhood chiefs they performed Only their regular duties. All trains the railroads reported were running schedule. I hic ago. Ill july in Railroad shop today to the task Clearing out the. Remaining nests insurgents follow j cleaners left their jobs at i<1 a. Rn., ing the fall the four courts chief today at the Call the National Union stronghold the anti treaty forces. Organizations in an Effort to forestall the surrender this morning More a Cut in wages announced to go into than fifty rebels who had been hold effect today. The decision to decrease ing out in the Capel Street area was the wages was made by the railway hailed As evidence that the morale companies and the l United Stites rail for some minutes before the meeting the republicans had been weakened Way labor Board and if it goes into opened said the department jus by the yielding Rory Connor and effect t will be the second Cut in wages Liam Mellowes two their Strong Given these men since the War. The men in All sections the country est fighting leaders. First Cut was made last year. Dropped their tools and quit work to Mcnare nation wide a whistle blew at the Milwaukee Day in a nationwide strike. Tho menace still confronting not Roundhouse this morning to announce reports from the East and South Only Dublin but the nation was rec the hour the strike. Ten clock is up to noon indicated that 50,000 cognized. And the Dail minister de the regular pay time the men but men already had joined the suspend sense in a proclamation to the troops the checks were handed -1 a the National army declared a we j hour earlier today in i q Jhu i Zutt her 9 the put our hand to this fight in defense the walk out and All the men were. Southern Pacific 2.500 men were reef the Peoples will. And with your ready when thet in e ame to i ave. Ported to have left their work. Aid we will see it to a successful is a. Var hit Tern Ess marked. Eth 1 the walk die me a l strike Start promptly the plan action against the re heir bundle working promptly at to clock the hour regulars who have established them clothe and their dinner buckets the set for the suspension workers in selves in hotels and other premises. In alkyd out As the whistle blew various Eastern shops and Yards quit probably will assume the form an i work was finished up in Good j their posts and the first effect the encircling movement with intense j con it Jitian according to statements Trike was Felt Between 200 and 300 Fields action in certain areas. I the foremen at the shops. The men men left the Cedar Hill shops the the total casualties n the three j bad made a special Effort to have new Haven Road in Connecticut Days fighting have not been Ascer. Every j0b completed when the strike More than too walked Cut the bos trained but it is estimated they will Thistle blew and All tools and equip ton and Albany shops at Springfield both not greatly exceed too. The fatalities ment were turned in mass. And reports from Worcester being placed at about forty. The men filed out the round and Boston were that local shops do Alera Iii command House they Good Nat redly Shook had been evacuated by the workers at the next area to receive attention a hands with others who were not Call Pittsburgh 2.500 Mere left the plan will probably be the Sackville Street j de out some them saying. A Well the Baltimore and Ohio one attn Tice would not be concerned in the matter for the present. Harding opens meet president Harding opened the conference in executive session with a Short address to the two parties. The conference then was adjourned to a meeting room in the Interior department and there continued in executive session. A. M. Ogle president the National Coal association representative the bituminous operators was elected chairman and a William Green general Secretary treasurer the United mine workers Secretary secretaries Hoover and Davis accompanied the party to the Interior department meeting. Urges Quick settlement president Harding advised parties to arrive with measurable promptness at an understanding a for your Mutual Good and the country s common Good a a he said the present was no time for the a militant note the Radical and reminded the conference that a Liberal Ness fairness the spirit to give and take and finally a sense the larger obligations to the Public Are essential to successful another pointed statement in the presidents address was a labor has the right capital has the right and above All else the american Public has the right to be freed from these recurring anxieties strikes no matter what the causes Are that Freedom must be utter is real warning coupled with his Appeal and admonition the president uttered what was regarded As a warning when he j District several blocks East the see you Many them a j dry thousand men Warp expected to four courts where the republicans say they expect the strike to be set called from their labor in the Chi last night took Over a Block build tied in a few Days. They All stand up Raj?0 strict Ings including the Post office and the for the Union but Many expressed re Gresham Granville and Hamman s Gret that they were compelled to quit hotels. Work. It is reported Good authority j a we done to want to leave our jobs that Eamon de Valera is in personal but course we have to do it. One charge the Sackville area for the Man said. Republicans who Are reported to be Shopf Only affected making elaborate preparations to re men who left their work in Mitchell pulse any attack. Even breaking today included machinists boiler through the Side Walls in order to i makers blacksmiths electricians connect All the buildings. This mor i painters carpenters truck Smiths. Car Ning the windows bristled with rifles. I cleaners and repairers and helpers the ruins the four courts were All these men. Still blazing furiously this morning. Immediately after the in q nothing remains the magnificent work hey held a meeting dome which was a distinguished Fea Dougall building a remitted Stree. No outsiders were permitted lure the building to attend the gathering and the men in i a. A Orif i i Fri to Lair did not a what was to i done. A said that if the operators and miners Cork Belik old to be Man at the door had orders to see could not a Settle this matter in a object e ins agents j that no one entered who was not a Frank recognition the mutuality a Cork. Ireland duly there seems Raj and Workman. Of your interests. Then the Good reason to believe that the re 4n the Raj Road workers not called larger Public interest must be As publican forces Are mobilizing this out today Are sympathetic with the sorted in the name the people evening preparatory to a move to i spirit the strike. It appeared today hundreds taken in raid in Chicago at dance seven vees Chicago 111., july in eight Hundred men guests the Emil Sola j club where the entertainment include 1 a veil dance by four Young women i Clad Only in scant pieces Gauze were arrested by police raiding parties Early today. Patrol wagons from five stations working in relays were used to trans i Fer the prisoners to several stations where they were booked for disorderly conduct. Harry Cohen Host at the entertainment was charged with violating a fsr it statute prohibiting indecent Punk performances. The four women after discarding their veils for More substantial attire were booked similar charges and ordered to appear in the morals court with Cohen. The raid establishes a record for the number arrests in one Day. There the Mem Good is the first and highest a we wish you who nest know the Way to solution to reach it among yourselves in a manner to command the Sanction if the american Otto Lic the pre ii Lent said withdrawal whiskey less take Possession the City and As the men walked out the round Lay it Zzz Gic Points several build House this morning other employees Ings including the general Post office who were not called out by the Are indicated As Likely to be taken strike watched them go saying a i Over by the insurgents. J wish we were going with Hope for Quick trouble in South Many the local employees took London eng july i part in a strike in 1918 the boiler _ the four courts. He Impf rebel makers and machinists when the men tons decently abrogated by the de Stron Vold in Dublin seems to have were out for ten Days they Are hop j a Josjor 0f be Board justified the belief that the provision Frere state government can Cope with the situation. Trouble is Bel Ved to be brewing in the South service to Continuo Railroad officials declared that train movement would continue and that for a time at least the Public would scarcely be aware the suspension set for to clock this morning. The train operating crafts Are not involved in the present controversy. Eleventh hour attempts the Federal Railroad labor Board to Way Lay the cessation work failed yesterday when b. M. Jewell head the shop crafts and nominal Leader the Union forces in the strike refused to appear before the Board to discuss with Railroad officials possibilities a settlement the strike issues. The conference did succeed however in Dost Pong temporarily the threatened strike approximately 600,000 additional men the maintenance Way and stationary engineers. Questions involved the issues involved in the walkout the showmen Are 1 a the wage Cut $60 000.000 recently ordered by the labor Board to become effective today. 2 a working rules pertaining to overtime and various shop Condi ing that the present strike will not last j 3 a the right railroads to even As Long As that. J lease out shop work to contractors the foremen and superintendents not amenable to the rules the who Are still in their positions. Are for the work left undone j shop men seek the nullify la rep Uhlean sympathies Are nether by the men. In so far As they Are Able Tor wage Cut. The restoration to ulv widespread in a rebel Corky to handle it. Some the in n today and it will be no Surprise if the re declared that the foremen would bar. I % a Etc % a i exit to ii Alii i a a fio Utor a a in Xith a r a it ii Vic in i vice were publicans there Nelly in arms against j d1- work Only at a Are i re a collected duri n g year the provisional government. J a the 8bops�?~t today baseball ers by associated press teased wire Washington. D c., july in whisky withdrawals fell off by nearly 7,-000.000 Gallons during the past Fis Cal Vear. According to a statement issued today by prohibition commissioner Haynes. Reviewing the fiscal year Haynes reported that less than 3.000 too Gallons whisky were withdrawn As compared with 9.696.122 it Gallons the previous year and less a re than 17,000.000 Gallons alcohol and other distilled spirits compared with 24.856.388 Gallons withdrawn during the fiscal year 1921. A nearly fifteen Hundred cases were reported a he said a by general prohibition agents and fines amounting to $2.159.410.39 were imposed by Federal courts. Three and one half million dollars Worth Bonds were placed in suit proceedings begun. Reductions in rentals and disposition seized property in the amount $208,832.50 were effected and an additional saving $156,900 was effected. Under the narcotic Laws Over 2.200 violations were exposed resulting in fully 75 percent convictions and approximately $70,000 in fines. Sentences in both prohibition and narcotic cases were uniformly much More severe. American league 1 Long they will lose their service Date. Or the privileges which Are earned through Long employment. If they Are out for three weeks they wit then i lose their priority rights Over any newer workmen. Too percent effective 002 020 ooo�?4 5 i the strike is approximately one the abolished rules and the revocation All permission to the railroads to a tract their shop work. Will demand settlement . Jewell in his last communication to the employers declare i that in accordance with the vote the Wakers the shop crafts unions would insist the settlement three issues outlined. Rail officials in yesterdays conference agreed to eliminate their shop work contract first game new York. Philadelphia a a a a a a Nua Areo i it a a a Quot Viown and a a hut Onur a a determination to Aland Bush and Hoffman Rommell and fads. Aberdeen Watertown Ann i in d Rule e lest Quot Perkins Mon were affected in Nam Rne Ana Ruie a it a second game new York. Too 420ter Tow Philadelphia. Too 111 Ber affected by the strike. In Aber Shawkey and Hoffman Heimach Dein the Milwaukee agents Are employing strike Breakers with orders to and Perkins report at the Roundhouse at once. Detroit a too 201 train service will continue As us Chicago. 400 us Vav his i in siring is Ine Era tire but have Rad eat ill in 010 000 000�?i 6 i Hundred percent effective in Sioux a Pra 1c a l fails. Aberdeen Watertown and he nuanced a determination to stand Ron forty five men were affected in form the and Rule quest Sioux Kalis and As Many More in a i contending that the lab a Bonnie de Fer town Aberdeen had a anger hum Etalon must Acccia a. Its boiler makers blacksmiths Metal workers electricians railway car Mou for repairing coaches r and All a i sciv1vc helpers end apprentices the crafts Ual while the men Are out strike. The walkout Means Hie rus pen Ion a Gnu the Iii Ament remains in equipment repairs the enc a Ehul repair it s the open Lon the Mer. J transportation will he practice by d Schall. 1 repair. W _ continue for Niel until bad order car Sand Loco negroes reprieved by Georgia governor Are lynched by mob and Schall a .4#_______________ Boston too too i an Washington. Ooi 020 i remain strike. Russell and Ruel Zachary and1 Gharrity. A Cleveland. Too St. Louis. Too Uhle and Shinault Wright and Severeid. National league it us Mataev men j withdraw ,.amount make a Portage Felt. Call for new men whether the roads will Endeavor to keep abreast their repair w Ork with non Union employees has not been established though labor age a cies in various parts Tho country already have advertised for men to ship out Railroad work. The refusal some the shop menus leaders to appear before the Senate approves committee Board and regards the decision schedule puts 70 cents Era Hie comment in railway circles. A Hundred flour and speculation censers the re step the Federal body. Washington d. C., july word from Washington is that the 30 cent duty put wheat by associated press leased wire Jessup. Ga., july in Rev and Joe Jordan negroes convicted criminal assault and respite by governor Hardwick were taken from a dept by sheriff near lanes Bridge. Ga., and lynched Early today. Telephone messages to sheriff Rogers Here said. The negroes were being removed from Wayne county to Savannah Tor Safe keeping. J. R. Tyre. Deputy in charge the prisoners reported the Lynching. First game St. Louis .400 201 to 9 16 i Pittsburgh too 003 110 5 12 3 Doak North and Clemons a Smith Cooper Glazner \ Yellowhorse it ,., a a a it a a., to a a and Gooch Mattox. Of 30 cents a Bushel wheat and administration is squarely behind inc second game 70 cents per one Hundred pounds Board and regards the Dic Islon St Louis .010 Oil flour were approved today by the that body As the Las. Word a Artir Pittsburgh 006 Senate. I Tion controversies Pertica. North and Mccurdy Adams and Jonnard. With Little discussion the Senate the shop crafts in eff no approved a committee rate 30. Pear before the Board said that cents a Bushel apples an increase decision had been accepted but til Brooklyn too too too i i 8 0 j 5 cents Over the House rate. Also. The men had decked a not Seft d Boston too too too 0 6 0 it approved a new amendment pro service under the Conj ten Reuther and and Neill. Deberry Watson Cincinnati boo too 0 Chicago .022 020 0 Couch Donohue and Hargrave Cheeves Osborne and Farrell. A Philadelphia at new York Post Benefit Farmers in Only three state Pond rain. A the Dakotas and Minnesota. Posing a rate half a cent a Pound their Rig it to this action. On apricots Green Ripe in brine tend is in the thirteenth am and duty 40 percent and Valorme to the Federal Constitution. On apricots otherwise prepared. Tour. Nor not democratic opponents the in strike Taimsh you Iowa creases asserted that the duties would in ni3r. Cost the american people approx a associated pros Wirt mately $1,000,000 a year and would i by associate Omaha neb. July in claims that Quot continued Page is

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