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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - July 6, 1921, Mitchell, South Dakota
A Eveni he ii City edition vol xxxv Imitchell s. D. Wednesday july 6, 1921 number 211 til wars on Kun flux klan Coal Price Cut asked of u. S. By local. Of. Mitchell Resolution demands reduction in War Price fuel rate sent to s. D members Otott commercial cubs Are invited to join in a state plea Relief from Congress from Tho present situation in which South it acc a people Lare pea int highest War Price for Coal and Are receiving prices below those of 1913 for their farm products was asked in a Resolution passed at a meeting today of the directors of the Mitchell chamber of Commerce. The Resolution will be a sent to Otolith Dakota a representatives in Congress. All other commercial clubs in the state will be asked to take similar action. Text of resolutions the Resolution reads a whereas it has been announced that the people of Mitchell and of tout Dakota can expect no reduction in the prices of Coal and there is no Prospect of Relief in Railroad rates on Coal shipments and a whereas it has been declared by Congress that Anthracite Coal is the Only commodity of consequence that to bringing the highest War Price at the mines and x a whereas Many of our people have heating systems adapted Only to Anthracite and All of them Are paying excess Ive Coal rates on All kinds of. Coal and a whereas the present Price of Anthracite Coal in Mitchell is about too percent Over the pre War Price while farm products in South Dakota Are Selling for less than pre War prices Abd a Ltd Road pm afford it boreas a the Railroad common a or arranged an operation Sav 1 ult through wage reductions amounting to millions of dollars and in j can a the afford a Concession in rate a to a a Syltie it of life. It it tour fore to it resolved by Hie he Yard of directory of the a Mitchell a for Bof Commerce that the repress q to fat let of South Dakota in the fwd branches of Congress be appealed tp-fp9r borne form of Relief from this Effii Detjon which it May reasonably j9 expected will if not remedied result in great suffering throughout the South Dakota during the Chi apr a a v a so far As we Rived to Auto Trade is the first to get Back to normalcy inn jew it 4-Uit Al j Alto a i #15-1920 British Fleet is rushed to Turk capital Tom Ayres wires my master for Aid against Kluvers Soeth Dakota Farmers will i be Forck if Nix Essary Toby Arii selves re says special to tile Republican Sioux Falls s. P., july f,.�?a de filled chiefs consult in ef-1 fort to curb Advance by nationalists vent any criminal action by tin to flux Elan now being organized in troops from England a us it us Quot a pm a u a _. Claimed of lighting the nonpartisan land that the state authorities pre a vent any criminal action by the to entente forced to in orig a respect for Neil to Al zone league was made in a wire St it to governor Mcmaster tuesday after by treaty j Doon by Tom Ayres state manager of the nonpartisan organization. The Telegram read a lion. W. H. Moil a ter a Pierre. S. D. A i am informed that the Kun flux klan a secret oath bound organization with a record of assassination by Anno turd in rsm a nerd wire Malta july 6.�?virtually the entire British Mediterranean Fleetie Enro Ute for constantinople where the. Situation is viewed with anxiety. It is said the British military reinforcements also Are going out from eng Ian arson has effected an or Gunza land. Lion in South Dakota to fight the non turkish nationalist forces Are re j partisan league. I tis to be presume ported to have penetrated the Neutral. No Pho of its professions to the zone East of constantinople and to be j contrary that it will pursue its ens preparing to concentrate forces along a ternary methods in this state. I Lethe sea of Marmora for an attack on Viand that you protect tile property the turkish capital. And lives of South Dakota people the situation has Given Rise to serious anxiety and the Allied High commissioners at constantinople have been conferring with general Harrington commander of Allied forces there regarding Steps to be taken in the event of a probable Advance by the nationalists. General Harrington will have no alternative but to resist an Advance to the utmost for the purpose of securing respect for the Neutral zone estab-1 listed by the entente and issuing free navigation of the Straits in accordance with the terms of the treaty of Sevres. From this criminal conspiracy against this state and use your peace officials to bring the organization of this criminal gang to Justice. Signed Tom Ayres a state manager nonpartisan King Eagle started it announcement of the proposed activities of the Kun flux klan was made a Short time ago by a Man visiting in Sioux Falls giving his name As Eagle. He said that the formation of the night riders wis being pushed in order to tight the non parti everlasting Tariff goal of the g. 0. House seeks Law that will be Magna Charta of u. S. Living standards fear German dyes Teton Industry will be As ruthless As ruthless As military was i ring War is warning. Auto sales a x so 11�?1921 or Dempsey a a con Man faced trial 80 times but never served a Day in Frison is rat Ord of a Are i Attr if it a run Cost by associated pres leaned wire san Francisco. Cal., july of Harry Brolaski in new York with Anthony Drexel. Or. Eliot Norton and Louis r. Jennings in connection Dato Force labor Day contest affairs of the Standard film Vrr Gati sri it even it industries inc., makes so times Bro a Wmk american legion j Kiskil politician former Gambler and 1 a a self styled a reformed Confidence mph a la Angeles. Cal. July 6.�?proposal a a a Cen indicted according to rec of a it out Between Jack Dempsey Quot it ord<1 of san Francisco courts. Jack Johnson was telegraphed to j not jew Yorn wed patches telling sch Kaal a manager for dem Potey. A of the indictment a against the four at Nev. York last night by Captain j. Norton was an author. To too Al Macaw. British War Veteran Bere. Rile proposal a endorsed by e. To Calvary cd c. It. Who hah it Elf handling wrestling bouts Here Tenca. Of United states courts Bere to raid funds for los Angeles Post j0n0wjng ads conviction As a the Man dumber l disabled veterans of the ter mind a of an alleged huge whiskey world Wiki of which they Are Mem j Selling conspiracy which was declared to have involved thousands of Dol today a baseball american league first game Washington Ooi too too oooo i 0 0 Boston. 010 too too ooi�?2 la 0 Mobridge and Gharrity Russel land Duel second game Washington \. 010 too oooo i 8 d at Boston. Too too 000--0 6 0 Erickson and Pipinich Jones and r Lac i a Trotzky put in jail by Lenine break occurs Between so-v1et leaders according to fairly reliable report san league and the Radical labor element a King Eagle Quot then left Sioux Falls without further disclosing his identity. Ayres wanted to see a King Eagle yesterday after non but find him. Worries the organizers a let the a flux klan take warning a he said rather vehemently last t. A we stand for the cons Titu it is wt4m.cn. We will Light a irn kit Mono who pro Pope to overthrow that Constitution or to construe it to thwart the rights guaranteed under it. We will meet your men in open discussion. We will also employ the Legal and inalienable right of self defense if it becomes necessary to protect our rights guaranteed by that Constitution. Ignorant South Ern negroes helpless to defend themselves. May be victimized and in Tami score of men clothe Nim in dated by fear of the kit flux klan pitch we feathers and spirited re blooded Northern White men never Britain France and Italy must act papers warn London eng., july Britain France and Italy May he compelled to adopt extreme and concerted measures against the turkish nationalists it was declared by a number of London newspapers this morning. These reports say the rat Ofa Ila be actual. A Fra i zone East of Constattin tiptoe along the sea of Marmora. Revamp gets a coat of tar dump him on Street Detroit at Chicago. Dauss and Sehayik. Too too ooo�?0. 009 002 oox�?2 Bassler Faber 4 0 4 0 and is Brolaski. He wrote a Book entitled a a fool and his Brolaski now is under prison sen National league Brooklyn 102 021 1 13�?ll 16 0 at new York too too 004�? 4 7 3 Grimes and Miller Toney Benton Zink and Smith. Too 033 20 i Lars. The Story of the Many indictments against Sisro Laalta was brought out at the whiskey tit . Testimony was Given that Brolaski hid boggled to had been indicted 79 tints hut never forced to a user a tim. A 1 mrs. William Nash is dead in Seattle hers. Quot Mcfaw proposed that Dempsey and Jyh Misoo meet i Abr Day and f�0 per of tit net receipts he divided be of deep the fighters and so per cent to go t<9 local Post of. The disabled i Sara a. A i a Calvert said the matter would he to amp he up by the Ipoalo Post of disabled veterans far approval Friday night let a j directors of the Post. Quot / All right a a but York City. July 6 a a the Public Ink a ii pc u Dempsey Johnson Matcher r wishes but i believe Thoro is Ila if Imaad for the bout now or in future a Jack Kearns manager a Jade Dempsey said Imlay on j word r that capita in j. Pfc clix that. Mrs. Of Fomena bad offered tile Cham Pion a guarantee of two Hundred j june 20. Her remain were cremated thousand dollars to Box Jack Johnson by in Asb a will he brought to Mitchello to Hoir Dot Tjw a %. To he placed beside the Fidy of or. His stated that he had drawn Najdl who died in Mitchell in i fit no color line on behalf of the Cham and waa buried in Graceland Centerton but suggested that Johnson tery>4 a v so Puld Harry wills or another j Ira Frati lived in Mitchell for a heading Boxer before being considered nun her of years kind moved to be for a Champion match. Jutt it about eight years ago. Her 0 a a it death demurred at the Home of her 5 Tow Shore mex strike a Uglow mrs. De Anderson Tor a St johnb. N. F., july 6.�?More mercy miss Mac Nash. She is sur Tham 4,090 longshoremen went on Vived by another daughter Mina Ila strike Here yesterday As a protest Nash. Proposed wage reduction. No word has been received As to vhf Muk and Dis it Harsin of tar when i or swains of mrs. Nash will Gbo of on vessels was suspended. Be Bhough to Mitchell. J a w % a a \ r Quot a reached Mitchell yesterday William Nash. Formerly of lied Iti Brattle Wash. On Boston. At Philadelphia. 200 >31 of Mcquillan. Fillingim and of Neill Hubbell ring. Baumgartner and druggy. St. Louis too too 1902 a too at Pittsburgh too Ooi too too Doak Sli Erdell and Clemons Morrison and. Schmidt. My an my routed press Law de dire Paris France july 6.�?reports have reached Here from quarters that demand notice to tile effect Leon Trotzky russian soviet minister of War and Marine has been imprisoned by Nikolai Leonine the soviet Premier following the Congress of the third internationale. No confirmation of these reports from official or any other sources however is available. The third internationale began sessions in Moscow about a week ago and it was announced that More than 2,000 delegates from All Over the world w Cre present. Early in the session there were reports that Len Ine and Trotzky had agreed to a Compromise under which Trotzky w Ould have a fret hand in conducting the internationale s world movement. Advices received from Moscow however have not indicated any ser ener associated pres leased wire fort Worth tex., july 6�?ben Pinto aged about 28. Was ordered to leave Tarrant county within 4 8 hours by the Leader of a band of masked men who last night coated him with tar and feathers lectured him on morality and dropped him from an automobile in a downtown Street. Shortly before look clock last night two cars containing nearly a score of men wearing masks and overalls drove up to a third automobile in the downtown Section and compelled the occupants a Man and a woman to enter their machine. Hundreds of pedestrians witnessed the occurrence. About two hours later a speeding automobile drove to the heart of the City stopped with a grinding of brakes hurled a Man yearing Only a coat of tar and feathers to the sidewalk and before police could interfere disappeared Clown a Street. Litter the police received a Telephone message stating a that the woman had been returned to Lier 90me a o a if the governor of South Dakota were to perform his duties under the oath of office he would spare no Means to enforce the Law against this secret conspiracy. Will enforce Laws a if he fails he May be sure a that the Kun Kluvers May be a Urc that the Day will come when the Laws of this state will be enforced of the limit against the secret to it and which organized in the Carpenter Ayres went on to assert that the Kun flux klan was Only one More of a series of organizations which had at continued on Page six drunk kicks when his fines too Light asks turn in jail by Anno lated pro leaned pc ire Washington d. July 6. A a Tariff Law which a would become the Magna Charta for the perpetuation of our american standards of living and to the Constitution of a uniform and Universal Prosperity was the goal which the Republican members of the House ways and Means committee set for themselves in drafting tin administrations permanent Tariff Bill says a report filed with hta House today by chairman Ford my. With the report the Bill was formally presented Iii the same form it was introduced last week. The report was unsigned but or. Fordney said he understood All Republican members of the committee except representative Frear of Wisconsin were ready to affix their names to it. Or. Frear made Public last night a minority statement attacking the Dye control and other provisions. Democratic members of the committee will meet late today to draft a minority report which probably will be presented tomorrow. Republican leaders will seek at a conference of All Republican member tonight to reach an agreement As to procedure a yid methods of handling the Hill in the. Altonse. Fordney offered be Hurt. When chairman Fordney offered tile report representative Garrett of Tennessee acting democratic Leader objected on tip. Calendar wedge Oak under Houyao Zub Birt Sims it Mlott permitted the report o be it tiled. Form Al consideration of tim Bill will begin tomorrow under present plans of Republican leaders. The report As presented by chairman Fordney said the committee members in drafting the Bill were governed by a desire to encourage american Industry without at the same time saddling upon Thulie american consumer any unnecessary Burden. Discussing Protection against pos-.41 Hie inroads by German competitors tin report said the germans had of Vii to them Only the american marked into which Tiey could go with met ods a As ruthless and As destructive a Ever had been known in Commerce. War of German dyes. A your committee is of the opinion the report said a that no Tariff ditties no matter How High can in i. V school officers a Assn. Is revived in coming confab mystery of Barber chair. We per what it la that in a k be an ions break Between the bolshevik ordinarily silent Man talkative the leaders which would explain the re Ujj he gets to a Barber chair ported arrest of Trotsky. By associated from leave it i mire Omaha neb., july 6.�?after having been fined $10 in police court today in a charge of drunkenness. Sam Williams 67, of Neola ja., asked for More punishment. A i done to think that Fine wms big enough judge a he said. A i think i ought to get $5 More. Anybody that gets As roaring drunk As i did ought to get sixty Days in jail his request was denied. This Lan t a lost Art. The Art of Over Salon As it is now generally practice talking much and laying Little. A the Davison county school officer association which has not met for several years will be revived at a meeting called by j. C. Lehman president of the association for sat urday at 2 p. M., in the court room at the Davison county court House. A new staff of officers will be sleeved and Rural school problems will be arranged within the next few Days or. Lehman said. The present officers Are j. C. Leh. A Man president w. A. Sherman vice president. The late Ernest Cadlaon waa the Secretary and treasurer of the organization. A successor was not named at the time of his Foles celebrate fourth Warsaw july 5.�?the Arrari in Independence Dar was celebrated throughout pol amp Ltd yesterday. The Story of a spoiled girl Jean # Northrup was a petted snob and she married the Rich ranch Man Only to save herself for wifi being poor Stead How she worked out her problem in Hajel Deyo Batchelor s. R gripping daily serial 300-mile Cannon hurling five ton projectile shown in Model by scientist conditions that would arise when Germany again is in a position to her Dye and dyestuffs on Arneri Vati Tunstra Ploue As the great <4irpiaa Dye synodical was before the War when its Aupi in Acy was uncontested it now will attack All competitors with i a Kiess disregard of Buskens adoption of the policy of american valuation Basing the d it ices on the value of commodities in american rather than foreign markets was deemed vital the report said in order to eliminate a the Long established practice of fraudulent under valuation a and for tile further reason that no Culler method of establishing a stable basis for duties was found. Taking up the various schedules the report said that the duty on clothing Wool had been fixed at 25 cents a Pound on a scoured Content basis a plan advocated by Wool growers for years and added a the compete Patoray duty on manufacturers of wools has been kept Down by the committee to the lowest Point consistent with the principles of it the husband hater f the first instalment will appear next sunday july to Fly associated pres leased wire new York City Jiffy 6.�?scientists and inventors today discussed the remarkable qualities of a new gun which or. Miller Reese Hutchinson former chief Engineer for Thomas a. Edison claims May be developed to hurl a projectile of five tons from 200 to 300 Miles. Us velocity he declared ranges from one to five Miles a second. The noise it Mode at a j demonstration yesterday sounded much like the Click of a Cash Register though Only a miniature weapon with an eight Inch barrel waa used. The gun is the invention of John Temple an englishman who developed the idea in this country. The demonstration held in the presence of scientist and newspapermen was in or. Hutchinson s office on the fifty first floor of the Woolworth building. The testing grounds consist of a Box of kind on the floor Over weather report forecast South Dakota fair tonight and temperature. Local temperatures by the republicans recording or High was placed a Sheet of steel three quarters of an Inch thick. Pointing the gun downward or. Hutchinson discharged the weapon a probably thursday not much change and the Cash Register Click Wras heard. J a in the Sheet of steel there was lodged a projectile three inches Long and one half Inch in Diane ter. The ends stuck out on either Side of h e steel there had be a practical1/ no resell. The demonstration gun used by or. Hutchinson had a Vel cd to of one mile a second. He declared the High powder Rifle now in Vogue obtain their velocity through the use of Small projectile Long Boft res and about three times As much powder As is used in the new weapon. The elimination of a loud report. Ive thermometer tuesday 3 p. In. 88 6 p. In. So 9 p. In. 69 12 p. In. 66 wednesday 3 a. In. 65 6 a. 64 9 a. In. 70 12 in. 78 3 p. In. 92 maximum 3 p. In. Today 92. Minimum 6 a. In. Today 64. By the official government ther said was obtained by confinement of Moneter from noon yesterday to noon the expanding gases to the Chamler today from which the projectile emanated. Maximum 85. The weapon resembled the nozzle of minimum is. A pneumatic Hammer. Tempera fir at noon today to
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