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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - July 12, 1921, Mitchell, South Dakota
The evening Republican City edition vol Xxxvi Mitchell s. D. Tuesday july 12, 1921 number 216 Bonus k us disarmament conference to open in fall Viscount Grey May British delegation Washington Lloyd George coming v i pm inv hails boardings to disarming am i ii Pupko it m in. Lily v so it if a i in is a leased u in a London eng., Luly 12.�? Premier Lorge says tin morning Post admirably a a Pou suied lh1 in wintry s sent intents and Polliey with regard to president Harding s propose i. I pan i expresses la opinion that tit maintenance of cordial relations with tin nit states is Tho inst essential 10 great Britain s Pence sin Prosperity sin regrets that the Alliance Between so i cited hates great Leilani and prance proposed sit tin Laris conference could not have been ratified. The Post which favors continuance of the japanese Alliance declares it would gladly see the United states France and Italy added to it Sis such a compact fas humanly possible would insure the peace of lit world. 11 con in ties a with regard to Tho a ties Alliance am Fri a must at knowledge that in great Britain British interests must com first exactly As in the United states american interests Are supreme. It is dearly to the interest of great Britain to he Allied with Japan in the Pacific and it has yet to he demonstrated that the Alii. Be is not beneficial to Grey May Lead delegation. Viscount Grey of Falloon who was lit Iii Secretary of state Tor foreign affairs when the world War began May says the daily mail Lead great lit nine a delegates to the Washington conference. After the preliminary and technical work of the conference is completed the mail says. Prime minister Lloyd-g.,i be May go to the United states a it attend to the final moulding of tile agreement. Ii appears to be the that tin conference will be i told during Tho coming autumn or at the latest during tin Early months of 1922. Seldom have such scent s been witnessed in the British Lions of commons As that enacted there yester Lay. When or. I lox George told of president Harding proposal and Annona be great Britain s Hearty acquiescence. L was apparent that parliament. Downing Street and the foreign office looked upon the presidents invitation As most motile in ohs. Premiers of the publish dominions a reported to be planning to Cut 11ort Iii Are ions let the Imp rial con for-1ice so that they May return to their Home states and prepare for j the Washington conf Ere Ace. To link Park and Street departments Complete text of Harding a message on Bonos measure toil is Only earless world by 1915�?� slogan of Endeavor Assn z i or Ghuman rapers acclaim ii adding As a is Wiora , Germany july 12.�?1the Volks Zeitung describes president Harding a invitation to a disarmament conference As a a political event of Foremost importance a and says a if the american president succeeds in carrying his undertaking to a successful conclusion then the nations of the world will have realized tile longing of centuries and president Harding will have set up for himself a Monument More durable than the Fame of All the generals of the Tage Blatt believes that president Harding Lins seized the Opportunity to take the initiative which had almost been lost through great Brit Alnus suggestion that a lie Anglo japanese pact be made the Suholet of discussion among the three Powers. A x a Elf the complicated Experiment proposed by president Harding succeeds it will in All probability resolve into a Gigantic Clearing House Enterprise a is the Tage Blatty a prod Iet Ion. The Voss is lie zeist tag declares that in designating Washington As the place for the conference. In resident Harding proposes to avoid the error made by a this isolated predecessor at Versailles a As both the president and the american delegates then would la in a position to keep in close touch with congressional and Public opinion. Am Chica v Industry should Combine lok St in Gill As Erlton a a trusts do Illy a or a i j a Verf i f new York City july new film attn of the Christian Endeavor societies will be a a wireless world by 192�i it will have the support of 18, members and former mini i movement in All parts of i movie men held in big girl scandal i n died thousand dollars offered court As Dri of to suppress a a Midnight parti Why annotated pres leased wire Boston mass., july 12.�?recovery from economic depression in the United states As Well As abroad depends upon a courage and applied intelligence and the return to primary Brot her world peace a Lay would be further de Virtues of hard conscientious toil and j and delegates at the convention hero Economy in living a Secretary Hoover it will be accompany i by declared Here today in an address to one calling for a Universal fore the National shoe and leather Hood a exposition. J All the forces of christianity i a there May be no recovery from a throughout the world or. Clark Saith j these hard times for Many years to would be called upon to join the en-1 come a or. Hoover said a if we Lieg a Deavor movement in order to prevent loot our economic relations abroad. Cannot wait longer Tori tilt1 hard times that Knock at every cottage door came from Europe. Noj tariffs no embargoes no navies no armies can Ever defend us from Hies invasions. Our sole defense is the Prosperity of our neighbors and of tire own commercial skill. The recovery of our foreign Trade can March Only in company with Tho welfare Amli Prosperity of our discussing efforts in Europe to a it j cover from the destruction of the War. I English cast doubtful Eye Tho Secretary said a that in the rein across channels i Elk Horn of til the world. The aim As describe in the motto a a Saloon less nation by 1920�?� having been attained agreement was reach i cd today on the slogan for world j peace. It was originated by the Rev. Or. Francis e. Clark of Boston pres. Ident and founder of Hie Christian of tue Midnight party at Misha Waum. M Tho Torst of february May August Endeavor movement and will to sub Manor a resort in Woburn March 7. Jand nov lumber. And that they shall hemmed tonight to the sixteen thou-117�?T huh has Hon mentioned in with charges against Dis Joston mass., july 12.�?joseph m. Levenson an attorney for motion picture producers and who was one combined departments await mayors appointment of chief saves one salary City Cox cd l discusses band i St Ion we Transi ent Merci Wirsing. Consolidation of the str to and Park departments of i City of Mitchell will be carried out As a result of a i a i by the Cit a Man ii monday evening. The Resolution regarding the matter did not stipulate what person is to a have re of the iwo departments but la appointment to the of fio will be Mal by mayor e. V. I Robb Iii Many cities the two departments a Operand under the direction of the Ity Engineer and this solution of the matter was discussed at tie Council meeting. Consolidation of those two departments to save the salary of on department head was presented to the Ity Conin ii several months ago by mayor Lom it but was voted Down. At Hie melting monday evening votes for tile consolidation were cast by the following councilman l. E. Beckwith j. W. Broa Horn f. J. Purdy Frank Rockwell and diaries Roddy. Councilman Harmon voted against tin proposition on the ground that tit City now has a Park superintendent under contract until november. A. J. I icings and Arthur Miller were not present when the vote was taken. Hall Rill paid. A Bill left fat a consideration by the count ii from the last meeting providing for band expenses was cot to i paid. The principal item of the Bill was $250 for Ernest Pechin band director to pay his salary for the month of june the Bill was at first objected to on the ground that or. A pee ii in a salary should not in paid j during the time he was out of the City. E. A. Reed a pea re i by fore the i Council however and explained that the time or. Be Dun spent out of that i y was Bis vacation granted according to Bis contract with the City. In up aking of the Bam problem to the Council or. Reed spoke of the work already done by the organization. A you people have already invested a considerable sum of Money in training musicians who a now in Mit Robeli and playing in the hand a or. I Reed said. A you have also got about $800 nested n band equipment that the band is taking care of for you. A Nav a feel that Hie hand i a Good. Tiling for Mitchell and the musicians have now reached a Point at which they heed an extremely Good director. Tit hand cannot be carried on under the direction of an inferior Man because the Leader has to be ahead of the water rent question holding owners of rented property responsible of a r water rents As Well As holding tile renters responsible was another matter determine upon by the Council at the meeting. An ordinance was ass 1 direct ing that the water rents shall be due he said. Dissat oils. Connection another a trip attorney Nathan Tufts of Middlesex county testified before the supreme court today. Tile motion picture men a alleged to have tried to keep their names out of the scandal. Levenson said he left tile roadhouse at about 2 a. No before the party broke up. There were about twelve girls at tin Manor ii said and there was some drinking and Daming. Erin peace too Good to last Franck would Cut armies As Well As Hwy. Saas. Paris Fiance. July 12.�?�?othe French gov mini it will accept with pleasure and without Reserve an invitation to a conference on the limitation of this is stated in a letter sent to the american embassy by the government for i a resident Harding. Premier b Ria my later publicly expressed thanks to president Harding for his Noble initiative. The chamber of deputies broke into cheers. The Senate in is turn was aroused to unusual enthusiasm in approval of president Harding a idea when the announcement regarding the government s action was made in that body. Til French government makes no reservations regarding the proposed conference being willing it is stated. To discuss the limitation of land for Cement of their marketing machinery. Many of the governments Are stimulating the consolidation of Banks and manufacturing encouraging combines a governmental and government encouraged combinations Are being by said a to control exports and imports to exploit foreign markets. They Are reeking special concessions for development and Trade throughout the world. Altogether these policies comprise a Militancy in commercial expansion that compares with elizabethan England. A any improvement in european this morning production of manufacture goods will favourably affect our markets for materials such As Cotton and Copper. I am confident there will be a return to pre War demand for these. Buas to our manufactures we must get production costs Down. The surest Road to continued High wages and the surest safeguard against unemployment is to remove every restriction on Effort. This must extend from our mines to the railways to the factories to Tho wharf and to the ship. It Means smaller profits. It Means that we must have ultimately rates. Ii fast fires i ast sikh London. Eng. July 12�?eamnnn ii Valera and the Ether Irish Republican a leaders who Are to Particio Atie in the conference with prime minister Lloyd George Here thursday arrived in London from Dublin hrs evening. They received a tumultuous Well As naval armament always with a Ucli Lowlor transportation the proviso that ample Protection he stoans we must have Bott Organ assured against any further even Titi izod marketing machinery abroad. It aggression from the East. Continued on Page two Means Tho establishment of adequate continued on Page six reception at elision station. Satisfaction Felt by to people of England Over the arrangement of the meeting was tempered by apprehension today Over the situation in Belfast. The rioting which began in that City on sunday continued yesterday with diminished severity. The plan of thursday conference according to the correspondent will be in the words of tile Premier Quot to explore to the utmost Tho possibility of a settlement a the aim being first to discover whether the general lines of settlement can la marked out. News received at the Irish office and reported by the parliamentary correspondent id fat of that the last stun it in shot was tired at 11 55 a. To. Today at Kings ourt county Cava to where a revolver was aimed at a police patrol. No one was injured and the shot was not returned. Of flour to Russia. If ambry Germany july 12.�?two German steamers loaded with mixed cargoes anti flour left Here today for Petrograd. Tufts whose removal As District attorney is nought by attorney general j. Aah est on Allen is alleged to have Boon conc rued in settlement tint of court of threatened actions against members of the Misha Waum party. This settlement Cost those involved i including several motion picture producers $10o.fi<mi, according to a deposition by Hiram Abrams of new a York which was submitted yesterday j several releases of claims by girls alleged to have been at the Road House were put into the evidence. Abrams. Adolph it tar Edward Golden Harry Lasher and Walter e. Greene were Nam As among those who went to Woburn after a dinner to Roscoe fatty Arbuckle at the Copley Plaza hotel Here. Leve Jison who lets been named by attorney general As an alleged i come delinquent on the lentil Day of Jln month of the rent is not paid i at that time the water will be turned off and la will be Charger for reconnection. Tile ordinance provides that the owners of the property shall be held responsible if the rent is not ii Iii by the renters. Transient merchants who sell produce and other products in the City would he barged a License fee of $10 a Day and auctioneers would he charged a fee of $25 a Day of an enhance presented at the Council meeting were passed. This ordinance a placed on its first Reading hut met with Konoid table opposition from a number of Council members. Mayors opinion. Illy Aster ated in Jrsn in or ii Vav re i Washington. D. C., july 12.�?following is the full Tex of president Harding a address to the Senate a emr. Or Side or arid gentlemen of the Senate a there has com to Ray attention the pending unfinished business before the Senate Anil it is an imperative duty to convey to Yon the probable effect of the passage at this time of the proposed aet providing for adjusted compensation to our service men in the world War. If this measure could he made effective at the present time without disaster to the nations finances and without hindrance to imperative readjustment of our taxes it would present an entirely different question than that which is before you. In a personal As Well As a Public manner which ought to a a plight of Good Faith i have commended the policy of generous treatment of tin nations defenders not As a a. F of any contract not As tin payment of a debt which is owing hut As a Mark of tie nations gratitude. Every of sign Ion is to the disabled and dependent. In Ruch reference As has been a to general compensation there has been a reservation As to the earliest consistent time for stub action if ii is taken. Even without such reservation however a modified View would be wholly justifiable at tin present moment because the enactment of the compensation Hill in the midst of the struggle for readjustment and restoration would hinder a Virv Effort and greatly Imperia the financial stability of our country. More this menacing Effort to expend billions in gratuities will Imperial our capacity to a discharge out first obligations to those we must not fail to Aid. Immediate Senate problem a i am addressing Hie Senate directly because Tho problem is immediately yours As your unfinished Busi Ness but the executive Branch of tin government owes it to both houses o emigres and to the country Frau Al to state the difficulties we daily a called upon to meet and tin added peril this measure would bring. A a or la rid has its share of the financial chaos and tin Industrial heir Ess Ion of the world. A Little heeded the growth of indebtedness or the limits of expenditure during tin War because we could not Stop to count the Cost. Our one thought then was the winning of the War and the survival of the nation. We borrowed and loaned individuals to tin nation time the government to other governments and to those who served the nation with Little thought of settlement. It was relatively easy then. Because National life was at stake Jln the sober aftermath a face the order of reason text scr Titan act amid the passions of War and our own land and the world Are facing problem never solved before. There can be no solution unless we fare til grim truths and seek to solve them in Reso Lute Devotion to ditty after a Survey of More than four months contemplating conditions which would stagger ill of us were it not for our abiding Blit ii in America i am fully persuaded that three things Are essential to the very beginning of the restored order of things. These Are the revision including reduction of our internal taxation. Hie refunding to four War debt and the adjustment j of our foreign Loans. It is necessary to Settle these problems before adding to on it Roan try any such Burden As is contemplated Iii the pending Bill. War Cost must la paid a it is unthinkable to expect a business revival and til resumption of Normal ways of peace while maintaining i excessive taxes of War. It is quite As unthinkable to reduce our tax burdens while committing our Treasury to an additional obligation which ranges from three to five billions of dollars. No exact figure. A the precise figures no one can give. If it is conceivably True that president move to halt Veteran fund believes in compensation but not during present financial stress Speaks in the Senate disabled Man Mist gom first in consider Aiton he tells up pfc Hoise a Illy armorial Rel Russ wire i Washington. I �?T., july 12.�?enactment fit the present moment of adjusted compensation legislation for veterans of the world War would a greatly imperil the financial stability of our country a preside a Harding told the Senate today in til second address he has made to that body during his administration. Every obligation is to the disabled Anil dependent the president said and the executive Branch owes it to the country a frankly to the difficulties we daily a ire called upon to meet Anil the added peril this measure would a this menacing Effort to expend billions i grannies will imperil our capacity to discharge our first Obi Gat Finis to those we must not fail to a essentials after a four months Survey of conditions a which would stagger All of us were it not for our abiding Faith in America a the president said he was fully persuaded that three things were essential to restoration. A these Are a to continued a the revision including reduction of our internal taxation the refunding of our War debt and the adjustment of our foreign Loans. A it is vitally necessary to Settle these problems before adding to our Treasury any such Burden As is contemplated in the pending Soldier Bonus or. Harding said it was a unthinkable Quot to expert business revival while maintaining a the excessive taxes of War and a quite As unthinkable to reduce tax burdens while committing tin Treasury to additional obligations ranging a from three to five billion a if the exercise of the option should Call for Cash running into billions Hie depression in finance and Industry would be so marked that vastly More harm than Good would a overburdening o the Treasury no Menns positive disaster in years immediately before us a he said. A merest prudence Calls out in not ingratitude or. Harding said in would not i Flay of the compensation Bill if it a bore the merest suggestion of neglect or i hint of ingratitude a a i want to pm pin size the suggestion him said a that the accomplishment of the major tasks for which you were asked to sit a anti Ordinary session will have a reassuring Elt the t on Hie entire country and Speed o resumption of Normal act Hitie and their rewards which tend to make a prosperous and Happy people. Ashen president Harding concluded his address chairman Penrose of the finance committee moved that the Bonus Bill be recommitted to tin committee As urged by Tho executive. �?0.-� today a baseball am Elk own league first game Boston. In of too Cleveland 022 0u> 02 Bush Karr and Hue and Nunamaker. Continued on of Page six co conspirator with Tufts Saudjie attended it conference at Hie hotel to Ara in about two months after the dinner at which it is brought out that there was tall of an investigation of the Woburn affair. Weather report forecast Dakota subtly a there Are two sides to the pies Iron said mayor Robb in discussing Only two Hundred millions a year will the matter. Quot i believe the people of he drawn annually from the treas the City should be Given the Opportunity to get their produce As cheaply As possible but i also think that the merchants who support the Etty should be protected. Of Thor were some Way in which we could get a reasonable tax on the goods sold it might solve tile one application for a loan under the mrav state hone loaning Law was received by the Council monday evening but it was explained by mayor bold that there will be no funds available for this mutter from the state until september. A. Is. Al keel appeared before the Council asking for sewer connections for the new Litchfield school to be built on no uth main Street. A i i 0 -7 14 0 Koveleskie Philadelphia at Detroit Naylor and Rassler. Manoi non 0 a to too too 0 Perkins Leonard and Washington. At Chicago Coartney and and Schalk. Gharrity 002 Oso 2 too 310 a Wilkinson South Dakota Simily Cloudy tonight and wednesday continued warm. Local Teni rat orcs by the republicans recording thermometer monday tuesday 3 p. In. 99 St a. In. 7 i 6 p. In. 96 6 a. In. 71 9 p. In. 84 9 a. In. 90 12 p. In. 78 12 in. 9 8 3 p. In. 99 maximum 3 p. In. Today 99. Minimum 5 30 a. In. Today 70. By the amp Pye raiment thermometer from noon yesterday to noon today maximum. 99. Temperature at noon today 93. A a. 7 break jail in Council Bluffs Harry Hawker famed sea flier is killed London. Eng., july 12�?Harry Hawker the famous aviator was killed on the Hendon flying Field today. His machine burst into flames As it alighted on the Field. Hawker achieved Fame in May 1919, when he attempted a trans Atlantic flight from the Canadian coast to Ireland but failed his a Rhine falling in mid Ocean. He a rescued and on his return to Inglan i he was decorated by King George. The trans Atlantic crossing was achieved a month later by Captain is John Alcock. Who died in december 1919, As a result of injuries receive i in a crash to Earth near cat Evrard France of second game Boston. At Cleveland. Thor Mahon and Shinault. And Walters Joo 0 310 0 Ald Well four alleged army deserters among Gro p tit at fled lock-1 p. 33 Council Bluffs la., july 12.�? seven prisoners including for allege army deserters broke out of the City jail Bere last night. One prisoner returned and told Bow the escape was made. None of the others have been Recap were two lured. A i Chi Fig. Lily leased a ire by. Louis mo., july 12.�?�?obabe�?� Ruth mad his thirty third Home run of the season in the Laird inning of the game with St. Louis today. There men on bases. Davis was new York. At St. Louis Shaw key and Collins. Fif4 Seh a a v Athan Al of Agee St. Louis too 02b ooo�?2 4 5 at new York. 00 42 20x�?8 12 0 Haines Bailey Riviere and Clemons Barnes and Smith. Cincinnati. 931 oot omo�?5 13 at Brooklyn. Ltd Ltd Olio u�?~20�?3 9 0 Mariia re Luque. An Hargrave Lehupp Miljus Mitchell and Miller. Pittsburgh 312 111 000�?9 17 i at Philadelphia. Omo 210 Qiu ill 4 Cooper and fire flit Sedgwick Baumgartner Hubbell and Bruggy Lee. Chicago at Boston. Alexander and Howdy. Oum too to of i 7 i ,. Too too too i-�?2 8 i and Kilber Oeschger elevator strike oui r Chicago ill. July 12.�?the strike of elevator employees at the Grain elevators in this City is Over so far As the Niin operators Are concerned
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