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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - July 9, 1921, Mitchell, South Dakota
Evening Republican City edition vol xxxv Imitchell s. D. Saturday july 9, 1921 or Etc number 214 expect peace in Ireland by next monday nailed themselves upon their own barrel Lloyd George will meet de Valera at formal conference to Stop fighting ois agreement easting eos More trn \ Center m a re kni>e1> Fly associated pre wire London kng., july 0.�?not since the memorable tiny when Tho armistice was to Clamp aniline tin great War has any event so stirred the United kingdom As the conclusion of the truce in the Irish warfare sealed today by the issuance of orders to make it effective. Simultaneously came the announcement that Ramon de Valera the Republican Leader and or. Lloyd George the prime minister would meet probably next a Ltd to Confer with a View of settling the centuries old difficulty. The Ulster press has received the development coldly but throughout Southern and Western Ireland and in All England there is rejoicing which unmistakably is Heartfelt. Soldiers fraternize for the first time in Many weary months of bloodshed the soldiers of the Crown were today fraternizing with slim rein forces in the streets of Dublin anti one might walk freely without an Ever presen fear of being shot by unseen forces. From isolated districts some reports came of continuing violence Btl soothing of an outstanding Chandeler. Word o the truce could hardly have been distributed to All Points in Ireland so soon. Date not set the exact Date of the meeting Between Premier Lloyd George and or. De Valera has not been settled but no time will be lost in arranging for the conversations. Safe conducts Are being prepared for the Republican Leader and such of his associates As lie desires to bring to London. Just what nature the meeting of or. Lloyd George and or de Valera will take has not yet been determined by tit is understood Here that no objection is fro seen to others participating in the conversations London eng., july 9.�?premier a authoritatively stated this afternoon accept Ramona de Valera a proposal of yesterday and meet the Republican Leader to discuss the basis for a formal conference. The meeting will probably occur next week. The Irish office stated this afternoon that a Mon n de Valera had issued instructions to ins supporters to cease All attacks upon Crown forces and civilians and discontinue military of All kinds. The instructions from or. De Valera. The Irish office said also were to prohibit the use of arms to abstain from interference with Public or private property and to discontinue and prevent action Likely to cause <1 is ii Chance of the peace which might necessitate military interference. The instructions it was added were effective from noon on monday. An air of the greatest optimism this morning pervaded the premieres official residence and the Irish office where the belief was freely voiced that there was every reason to Hope the bloodshed in Ireland was nearing an end. It is understood the details of the forthcoming conference will undoubtedly he discussed Over the weekend at Chequers court where or. Lloyd George is entertaining the premiers of the dominions. Consult King. Earl Midleton South Irish unionist Leader reached London this morning from Dublin and was almost immediately received in audience by King George. It is understood he reported to the King details of yesterdays momentous conference at which the truce was arranged. The whole country this morning was Seething with talk Over peace in Ireland which was the one absorbing topic of conversation. Earl Midleton said that he and his colleagues had achieved their object at the conference yesterday and that further Progress toward peace was a question to be discussed by or. Lloyd George and or. De Valera. Irish want peace. A sentiment in he said a is overwhelming in favor of a settlement and there is fervent Hope it will be possible to arrive at a solution that will be or. Lloyd George left for Chequers court his suburban Home today in company with general Jan Christian stunts and other Dominion premiers who Are in London to attend the Imperial conference. It seemed probable that during the week end arrangements would be made for the meeting Between the British Primo minister and or. Deva Terru the London times today expressed the belief that the end of this secular trouble ruinous to Ireland and humiliating to this country is within measurable the chronicle remarking upon the extraordinary fact that sir Kevil Mac ready military commander in ire n. P. L. Chiefs will discuss graft charge sox trial May by cattle Pool to Aid growers to open in two weeks i Stop m a Jor Lemke goes to Valley City to meet Maddock and Walker a no split in league expert Ubel spits against editor Var business manager of paper will be dropped 4 Ile i from i in Natl it it r i Chicago Iii., july 8.�?the of h,060,-i too Pool formed by Bankers for the Relief of the livestock Industry will be in operation in two woks. It was announced Here today following a conference yesterday when a satisfactory plan was made for re discounting livestock paper at Federal Reserve Banks. The plan approved by the Federal Reserve Board provide to disco not ing of original cattle paper in maturity of six months. The Hanks plan to renew the Loans several times. The Patter will lie deposited with the Chicago Federal Reserve Bank and allocated when re discount is desired by a member Bank. Applications for Loans in excess of already have been received. League games schedules expected to be disrupted when veterans Are subpoenaed players to testify do by four ii Rynex picker Thi s i or i or tri Al on Hhd worlds series Johnson Hopes to again be world Champ roasts or a War record Quot upon release from Federal prison wants to meet Dempsey Rob Chicago Bank of $15,000 Clearing St Ste Bank officials held up just before noon today. By a Bif dated pro leased xxx pro Chicago 111., july 9.�?automobile bandits entered the Clearing state Bank Here shortly before noon held vip the Lank officials and escaped with fifteen thousand dollars. 36 lynchings i new York Bank in . This year Reserve grows to v of total of. To ust Sov months of Tuil Mik in Mississippi Pittsburgh sleeps in Parks during hot summer weather Illy pre i closed xxx ire Pittsburgh. Pa., july 9.�?All Public Parks and recreation resorts Are to be thrown open for sleeping purposes during the present torrid spell it was announced this morning by the director of Public safety. Start fight on Fordney Tariff Illy pre. Leaded xxx ire i Washington. 1>. C., july 9�?democratic attack in Tho Fordney Tariff Bill opened in the House today with representative Garner. Texas ranking Democrat on the ways and Means committee asserting that a not a Republican i to the House can distinguish Between tins and the Payne Aldrich or. Garner regretted the absence of representative Kitchin of North Carolina i democratic Leader who is ill. Telling the House that Kitchin would not repeat the a of Fensel he proposed Law a in words that would Burn so deeply a that the republicans would not respect the la added however that there was much ammunition Laid away among the democrats and that the republicans would learn what their committee had done in framing the Tariff Bill before the House voted. Mks Start attack on Turk nationalists Illy x pre i xxx Jet Tuskegee Ala. July 9.�?there were 36 lynchings in the United states during the first six months of the year Twenty four More than the number recorded during the same period in 192o. According to a report issued today by the Tuskegee Institute. They include two White men and thirty four negroes two of the latter being women the report said. Eleven of these put to death were charged with rape. All lynchings were in rout beast pm states. Mississippi leading with ten. Teh i e it a a f it a the Fox shown in 23 million re serve increase since last week new York City july 9.�?the actual condition of Clearing House let Anks and Trust companies for the week shows that they hold $34,057 690 Reserve in excess of Legal requirements. This is an increase of $23,845,930 from last week. Rickard pays a a performers i j associated pre i rat re w err Fargo x. A. July a Walter mad i Doek and it. If. W taker minority me in born of the late executive committee of the nonpartisan league will meet William Yaunke attorney general at Valley City tonight to discuss the situation growing out of the publication in the Fargo courier news of charge that the majority members of the committee had squandered the fifty thousand Dollar league recall election fund. Or. who is a stockholder in the courier new the league daily newspaper Here is speaking at Wimbledon n. A today. Or. Maddock has been in charge of the news paper As state director of Publica a Lions. I belief that the criminal libel suits i against George a. Totten jr., and it. k Gummerson deposed business �7 Ablated press leaded wire manager and editor respectively of Leavenworth kus., july 8.�?Jack the courier Newa will be dropped Johnson former heavyweight pugilist continued to grow today. No decision Champion was a leae it <1 from by the committee on the statement Leavenworth Fedora i prison Here to he issued in answer to the Altoga shortly before in o clock this in orations of mismanagement of league ing after serving ten months of a funds is expected before tomorrow years sentence for violation of the the committee marking time today. Mann act. Pending the return of Maddock and Johnson told newspaper men that Walker. He would go Back into the ring soon land declared he would seek to wrest the championship from Jack comp t o by of a it does no to make any difference illegal transportation of liquor after what Dempsey says about drawing a he the committeemen found a Jug on his a or line the Public wants Dempsey automobile parked in front of the whipped the negro fighter aah. Newspaper office claimed the Jug he added a the Public knows contained Orange de. United states i a in 1 he one to do if. A District attorney m. A. Hildreth have a War record to he proud said today that the Jug had been turn Johnson continued. A i offered cd Over to a chemist for analysis of myself to the government for military its contents but Bis report has not service during the War but i was vet been received. Not i a. A. In Derbach chairman of the he declared however that he did state executive committee announced Nee ret service work for the american Friday i hat the by eat twwfflih#1? win in Iii in ailing i com of Ted the audit of the books principal activities he raid. To last night and that a firm of Coni at Madrid find Barcelona. A my War fled Public accountants would be re the former Champ. Said trained to make an Independent sex Quot will and audit and the answer referring to his Battle in Cuba the charges will with Jess Willard when he lost a he audit report Totten who was turned Over Federal authorities on a charge lamination. The of the committee to cancel rest of n. P. L. Debates total of $.514,825 is turned Over by i to Moter to a boxers xxi it referees probably to made Public this evening. He said. A no agreement or. Liederbach confirmed reports that the majority members of the committee Ole Kaldor Chris Levang and himself and the minority Mem Viers. Walter Maddock and r. Ii. Walker had not reached an agree Zinent in the lasted until morning. Session yesterday we hich after i of clock Friday championship. Johnson said a at that time i had to do what i did. When i am dead Ani in the grave they will see some smoke coming up out of the grave and it will be from my feet which a bet it from that Johnson said he had net vet signed any contracts for bouts and would not do so until be goes to new York. A a i am in the Best shape of Ray lie declared. Prison records gave Bis age As 42 when lie was Coni knitted last september. To said he Langer it ills off remaining debates on plea that Townley is u i Ling to appear by a old Intel in leaded xxx i of Minneapolis minn., july 9.�? a Liam Lunger former attorney general of North Dakota who has been appearing in a series of debates with a. G. Townley president of the National nonpartisan league announced today that he had cancelled All further debates scheduled to. Be held. Lunger declared that Townley had failed to appear for debates on three consecutive occasions. New York City july 9.�?promoter Tex Rickard announced today that i he paid $514,325 to the hovers and j referees at Boyless thirty acres last j saturday. Dempsey and Carpenter received three Hundred thousand and two Hundred thousand dollars respectively. The boxers Iii the preliminaries received $13,050. Hilly Miske and Gene Tuney wore the highest in id. Receiving two thousand dollars each. Referee Harry Unie received one thousand dollars and the other referees. Including an alternate received a total t2 $27 5. It signs on Post office Washington d it. July 9.�?for the convenience of \ sit ors in the various cities Over the country. Postmaster a general Hays plans to have All Post a office buildings marked with suitable signs erected on the exterior. Totten Arnslow differences Between the committee. Which controls Tho Coil tier news and Gummerson and Totten came to Light last saturday when Totten was arrested on a warrant charging embezzlement of $102.70, a contribution mailed by a league supporter for the j weighed 222 pounds. Today a baseball National league Boston Detroit game was Post to n recall election fund. Or. Liederbach cd rain says the alleged embezzlement came to Light when the contributor com Chicago. Ii 020 too i planned that his contribution had not Al new York Ooi 500 Fox Vaughn Freeman and i continued on Page three probe Texas Al Kli x Austin tex., july 9 Douglas j Pittsburgh a a -6 7 i Killifer Benton. Barnes and Snyder. Ity associated pre leased wire Chicago 111. July 9�?a possibility that the playing schedule of both the National and am rican leagues might be interrupted at the height of the season by the trial of the indicted White sox players and alleged Gamb lers in the 1919 world series scandal Case was seen today with the announcement by attorneys for tile defense that judge k. M. Landis supreme arbiter of baseball will be asked to compel the attendance at the trial of Iii payers and umpires of Tho worlds series games in which the allege conspiracy to throw the games functioned in Case subpoena a cannot Force their attendance such a step would summon practically every Veteran on both the Chicago Ami Cincinnati to Ains an i several who have been transferred urn i these teams to other clubs. Subpoenas also have been issued for the following Byrd Lynn. Joe Jenkins and Ted pm Iran. Now with Salt Lake City. A we have no desire to disrupt the playing s. Lied us of the league a said Henry a. Berger of counsel for the a defense a shut we want these player. To testify. They Are the one a it know whether there was any crooked or indifferent playing and if any games were work of selecting a Ury to try the cases will be continued monday Only four jury men having thus far been selected. Strike May leave Chicago without Light electrical workers walk out today when aldermen ignore wage demands. Fly Emo dated i run lenses Hin-1 Chicago ll., july 9.�?three Hundred City electrical workers employed in the various sub stations in this City went on strike Here this morning when the time limit for recognition by the Board of aldermen of their wage demands expired. It was announced that unless some agreement was reached during the Day the City would be seriously hampered for lights tonight. A nos of free Brinton in n. D. Bank Deal xxx charged with perjury in hearing of Bank calf i declared not guilty a a continued on Page three a marriage of convenience which seemed to offer the Only deliverance from drab grinding poverty made of Jean Northrup Illy l a i i i w ire constantinople Turkey july 8.�? according t Oan unconfirmed report emanating from greek official circles tonight the greek offensive Aira inst the turkish nationalists Lee Gan this morning in the Ushak sector. This setter lies just to the West of the Bagdad railway about midday of the Anatolian Peninsula. Of actor is bankrupt new it Ork City. July a Jack nor Worth actor and producer today tiled a voluntary petition in bankruptcy. Giving his liabilities As $17,-104 with no assets. Ii the husband haters of Hazel Deyo Batchelor a gripping marriage problem serial written under that title. Ii the husband haters t f f will begin in the Republican sunday july to 1921 investigation at Brooklyn i 300 too of operations of the kit Kun Elan in j of Wazner and Schmidt too 010 602 ooo�?2 a adore 1 la i 7 0 and Texas will be proposed in a Bouse Krueger Resolution to be introduced in a special session of the legislature july Louis in by j. E. Roundtree of Brazos he at Philadelphia announced Here today. After end weather report forecast South Dakota fair tonight and sunday possibly becoming unsettled sunday cooler extreme West portion tonight and North and West portions sunday. Weekly forecast Washington d. C., july 9.�?weather predictions for the week beginning monday Are upper Mississippi and Souri valleys generally temperature nearly Normal. I Oeal tempera ares by the republicans recording thermometer 004 a id 010 too 020�?7 oooo ill 8 Bilhoefer Baumgartner and Bruggy. Hubbell. American league Boston Detroit was postponed rain. New York. 220 200 21 at Chicago. Too too 32 Mays and Shang twombly Wien eke and Schalk. Lower with 8 2 Philadelphia 110 020 oooo i at Cleveland. 002 too ooo�?2 7 2 Harris and Perkins Uhle Caldwell and Nuna Nakor. Bismarck n. A july 9.�?j. W. Brinton tried on a charge of perjury in connection with his testimony before a House committee investigating the Bank of North Dakota was found not guilty by a jury in District court Here today. Brinton. Formerly private Secretary to a. Townley president of the nonpartisan league was summoned to appear before the Boas investigating committee of the Nort hda Koia legislature last Winter to Tell what i knew of the affairs of the Bank or North Dakota. His testimony before that body resulted in perjury charges being draw against him. Townley bankruptcy 4 or to be re opened i a the wit Ley presi a Ort part Blan a fled became till b. My a Washington. 6 at St. Louis. 6 Courtney and Gharrity shocker and Severeid. Friday 3 p. In. P. In. P. In. G 9 12 99 97 83 p. In. 7 3 saturday 3 a. In. 79 a a. In. 74 9 a. In. 86 12 in. 95 3 p. In. Too of maximum too. Minimum 67. By the official government thermometer from noon yesterday to noon today maximum 99. Minimum 63. Temperature at noon today 94. Pershing to military rites Why la re a wire Washington d. A july 9.�?general Pershing left today to attend funeral services at Hoboken. N. J., tomorrow for More than fifteen Hundred american Soldier dead whose bodies have been brought Back from France. He will speak at the services. This is the first time general Pershing has left tile capital since accepting Bis new duties As chief of staff. Of Smarek n. In july Rupley ens of a g 9 Den of the sat min i league will be re of known Hen Tod v wit Cutcheon trustee for erectors in the Case summoned j. 55. Brno if on trial for perjury this week to appear before in m. O Hare. Refer and testify regarding Bis know a <1 a of interests alleged to but a a no by ? league president in league Cor r Lions. Mecutcheon said the a til a opening of the bankruptcy a prompted by testimony by Brillion and j. R. Xxx aters former a nag r of the Bank of North a Dakota at Brinton a perjury trial but added that important evidence to reveal tim Townley had interests n it runs a a get panes had been developed to de pendent investigation. Creditors hold clams a town Ley aggregating apples Ca y thousand dollars
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