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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - July 13, 1921, Mitchell, South Dakota
To pages City edition Erin ignores truce riots begin again some idiots cry fire in a crowded theater five taken to Hospital after new clash in Belfast today v Alera in London Ikimis will com l it Vav Ith Moyo George in i it it i Nim is Iii i i my v is Avi ated i i in Lea a a a i Vav ire London. Cng., july oct or red in \ Ere in in olt it St it Fie Moon says a Antral news i Jit he from re fast. Two constables Wert injured and three civilians Wen taken to a Hospital suffering from gunshot wounds. A shooting occurred during curfew time inst evening in the North Queen Street Mea my in consequence the to summoned the military to Assisi in Clearing the streets. At a o clock this morning a tired at two members of the to Force who were standing at t Corner. Revolver which was forcibly taken a Constable in the knits District yesterday was returned to him Tmay with the explanation that the taking fit was a Jol. This afternoon the Falls District witnessed remarkable scenes of mourning in connect Ion with the funeral of those who fell during sundays riot ing. A was lice it Rei a from \ Al Kra mgt lloy la to i in to to i it till so a it i London eng. July i a the first meeting Between Premier Lloyd George and Ramon tie Valero tin Irish Republican Leader will be licht at 4 30 p. In. Thursday at number to owning Street the prime minister s a official residence it was announced at Simi fein Headquarters Here today. It a is inferred that the conference is to he Between these two men alone. Final preparations for the meeting w were being made today by the govern tent and the Irish delegation but tile procedure to he followed has not been announced. General Smuts has been considered Tho Man chiefly responsible for the a rapid development of peace moves in we land and late last week it was said might act As temporary chairman conf a 11 a a or Valera and ins colleague s i if night at a inf i with Friend the i night during the cd there wits a meeting of Simi vein sympathisers at which ii is assumed the situation was quite Thor a i am amp Khz Vaj the Observance of it rang Ernei. Day. In Belfast yesterday was not attended by any violence and it appeared that both sides in the bitter strife in the Emerald Isle were resolved not to Embarrass their leaders in their efforts to arrange peace. I nil Liv arc released Dublin. Ire. July a by Turgo bodies of police auxiliaries As a consequence for England. Fargo libel Case dropped nonpartisan Al Mim s with c of Kirk news pro Gill Quot to an end Ottok Oil it Lily an dated a res lenses mire Fargo. N. I july a by barges of criminal libel filed against Geo. A. Totten. Jr., and it k. Gummerson posed manager and editor of the i Argo a courier news daily newspaper Here of the nonpartisan league will be dropped As a result of a statement signed by Totten and Gummerson and accepted by the state executive commission of the league the committee announced this afternoon. Drop embezzlement too Fargo. No d., july 13.�?charges of embezzlement against George a. Totten or. Former manager of the Fourier news were dismissed in Justice court Here this afternoon. A. Cd Green states attorney declaring that go farts in the Case did not warrant such a charge. Three Powers accept bid to disarm meet great Britain France and Italy formally accept Harding a idea japs expected soon of dmm j pm i k a Kik i is Pruski Vikati is of world his to Ira will he i Xiii i Illy x�4mlateil wire London. Eng., july indications in Semi official circles Here today were that an intermit i a a1 conference giving every Promise of developing want National Indian Holiday into on of the history for think three of t ions. Great the most in tartan t in of the world is in store mediate future the principal Allied in Arltain France and it Aly have thus far officially signified their willingness to accept invitations of president Harding to a conference on limitation of armaments while a Billa has my mated her readiness to a participate in a conference relative to far Eastern affairs. Japan in Fie Only one of tie allies win not pin to herself on record As inking ready to take part in the Washington conference but it is expected in official quarters Here that Ber acceptance will be communicated to the i cited states government soon. Iii government c circles if appears to both consensus of opinion that the meeting will a attended by some of i the most prominent statesmen of the i world. Advices from Paris state that the j commission for reduction of armaments appoint by lie league of nations will probably hold Only a Brief session in that City on saturday. Ii a Viviani president of the commission is understood to favor an immediate adjournment although such action would a upon the initiative of the Council of the league. It seems probable. However that president Harding s proposal will i the dominant feature of saturdays meeting. It has been indicated that the selection of armistice Day november la As the opening Date for sessions to i held at Washington would not be rinsed until All replies a in in lid. A chief Buffalo Lear wants a tonal set aside As Indian Day. So a Calk upon president j Landing with a peace Pip and presented hire with a headdress like la one lies weal ing friends fill Church during redline rites four held in a crazy train murder Case head brakeman is quizzed in a Friendly killing�?T5 of Engineer mystery is deepened two to x tips Tikka today i Simm it in i i or saw ing on Tey is i rain St ii Roan was arrested a. Upon complaints sworn rangers according to the with nil ii Gina a wan Fie a i St. A. Rem Aen taken to in Ark ill. Where mfr Al will re i Adf in Jami plot bombings j it first mile is the easies1 to Mitchell kids to Start out to see the world germ a destroyer sent to Goitom by e. S. Army planes inv % so it Fate apr set Kim re a Jarl Newport news. Va., july 13.�?the German destroyer g-102 was sunk a 10.40 today by an army bombing plane from Langley Field. Thirty five bomb Laden planes left Langley Field at s o clock in an attempt to sink the former German destroyer anchored 60 Miles at sea off the ver Ginia capes. The airmen were led by brigadier general Mitchell assistant chief staff of the army air service and represented the first participation by army machines in the joint bombing Tes operations with Navy flyers again.-? former German War Craft. The tests were designed to demonstrate the effectiveness of land plane operating at sea against surtax Era it. Imbued with a spirit of wanderlust almost too great for the strength their sturdy Little legs four Small Mitchell boys ranging in a from five to nine years be out to see the world monday afternoon. The youngsters reached the mock Yards a mile and a half from their hones before they discovered that life on the open Road might not be so fascinating ofter All. Besides it was getting near supper time and the t to Lvcy ear oils in the party were a trends. F it he group completed fifty million cattle Pool to open july 18 Sioux City shelters in Damp hot spell Illy associated press wire Chicago. 111 july 13.�?the fifty million Dollar livestock Pool. Subscribe by Bankers at recent conference Here and in new York will be in operation by next monday july 18 according to Everett c. Brown. Pres ident of the National livestock Exchange. M. L. Mcclure a livestock commission Man and hanker will direct the Pool with offices in Chicago. No direct Loans will he made by the Pool corporation my. Brown announced because the corporation has no machinery for investigating proposed Loans. The Loans will be made through local Banks and cattle loan companies the banker or loan companies guaranteeing the loan. Loans will be made on Stocker and feeders As Well As Breeding Stock. Or. Brown said. Elke Tampico to v. S. A redo Tex. July 12.�?american Oil Field workers at Tampico began arriving in Large numbers today and brought reports that All americans were preparing to leave the Tampico District owing to stoppage of Oil production there. I by Samm Luord pre leaned Vav ire i Sioux City la. July 13.�?with the Mercury hovering around the �?~.2 above Mark and the humidity unusually Low. Sioux City sheltered again today along with other cities and towns in this territory. No Relief from the Long hot spell is in sight according to the weather Bureau. Heat prostrations Are report cd daily but no deaths have resulted fro inthe Sun s rays in Sioux City. By of Ileal prostration. Omaha neb., july 13.�? Edward i this 2 8, ii farm hand died on a farm near Walnut. La., yesterday from heat prostration according to a dispatch received Bere. His parents reside at Nebraska City Xvi. Nails and Iron prices Are Cut Down anxious to eat. After file police had been secured to hell Hunt for them and the frantic parents had been sear Bing at a swimming Hole near their Home in the be it that the children might have been frowned the tired quartet arrived Home. Their a a trip had consumed Al out five hours Clyde Ryllis and Kenneth were tit five year old members of the parti. Their brother Lloyd , so Wen years old. Ami Arthur Niney a irs add Fri of explorers the children had keen at the Home of their grandmother. Mrs. A. Smith. South of the m i Watiker railway viaduct. They left there just lifter lunch to go the the Home of . Sch rends. I they or already hungry when they arrived and All had Juno there. With Well filled i stomachs and with dreams of Advent lire. Tie children then started out getting away without being seen by . Bohr feds. They were not missed for some time but the Iii to atmosphere of the Yard finally led . Behrens to investigate. The Childre were gone and a search of the neighbourhood failed to disclose their whereabouts. It a then the police were called. After several hours of search the parents returned Home to find that the children had just arrived but Bell rends were too tired to talk about experiences. A we just wanted to Sec something was the Only explanation Iell. Xii it dissolves Mav try it y i est be Mubi. London eng. July 13.�?a. J. Balfour lord president of the Council speaking on the league of nations i fora the. Imperial conference a it a july 8�?up? speech however not being Given out until after yesterday Moran we is Nutting of the conference Nim a Quot Quot re it the i a tie we to to new peace to Ary would have to by flamed and my machinery would Ivelo be devised for carrying out the duties with Winch the league Benn entrusted. The most serious difference be Wien Tho league As it was planned and the league As it exists j is the absence of ame Lien and or Balfour expressed the Hope that Germany would soon become a member. There a re other embarrassments among which to cited re Lectance of members to subscribe Money for the schemes advocated by the league but to asserted that the league had accomplished in some cases things in which the old diplomacy Wool i have failed. Of. A in -1 a crowd of friends,3grfdrti filled a1 available space at Tho Church attended i he niger a1 services for Fred a. Redline no jul Schell Bel tuesday evening. I redline i monday following Nav Hilt less of join months. His body woe Quot liken to la Nark. Lib. Tuesday night for Juthika at the family heavy . Rod in and her two Doug far Rufth Ani Harriet accompanied thy Rumsh a. Ii v. \ it of Quot a a ii 11 w a in a Mil in Iii us by fam let and mule was furnished by Charles ends ringer. Tin i t i bearer were or. Lay Smith. I m. Voting Charles ends ringer. Xxx if i foe maoism Charing Weller a j Ernest i _ a tit a i Fly Asio Duncil Vav ire Elpaso Tex. July 13.�? e. W. Ear stirman. Head brakeman a the Galveston. Harrisburg and san Antonio railway freight train on which Engineer Vav if Bohonan was killed and fire Ian Charles f. Rolinson was injured Jay s near Alpine Tex., will be Given a preliminary hearing at Alpine late today in connection with the killing of Engineer according to Railroad officials her. Late yesterday i by Texas Railroad officials St moan w ill both second employee of Iii Road to i Given hearing in an Effort on he part of tin stat officials to fix responsibility Fin Hie Crim Robinson who was Iii that Engineer be Billian probably Lites before the boiler of the explode a an the Engineer.? it found has returned to Elba is on $5,000 Bond Given after Liin Inary bearing in Marfa. At tile time of the a Plo Ion Man declared be Sawa tall Man in Black flee from the train. Two milers nabbed it Centro. Cab july 13 a f Murphy and j. Ii. Williams arrested yesterday and placed in the Imperial county jail at the request of Al faso authorities investigating the Kitling of William Boh Imam freight engine r denied knowledge of the tragedy b was said at the jail today. According to information rear i Here Bohr Nan was attacked in the cab of his engine near Alpine Tex on july 8 and thrown to the Wayside where he was found dead. Charles p. Robinson fireman was struck Down and the train was wrecked after running wildly for boil four Miles. The Texas authorities sought two men said to have been seen riling on the train. Watch suspects yesterday diaries Freeman special agent of the Southern Pacific at Yuma ariz., saw two men Riding Westward on a freight train. He Tel graphed. To Niland with the real it that Murphy Ai Lufka were arrest word he would Coupe a re to. Join. A a a 1 aes that they attempted Todd fraud the Southern a a a Lyle Railroad of fares. Of Chin. Mein in in of the la kiwanis club attended the services in a body and the Mitchell mud pal band for which or. Redline of s a consistent worker also attendee the it Vries american turns away Baron s title today a baseball \ Tox Al Lee i a it Tab la Roll by ibid-1 phia Gamo Pond rain. First game Chicago too too oooo i at Bolton oho Ooi 2ftx�?3 Post York and Daley Scott and Gibson. Or. Louis. At new York Vav Alker Shetlel h defer a of. Dou Gaston. Too ourt 13too 403 to Riviere and Bitch Smith and baby buggies built to make athletes of youngsters in Indiati Tom non "202�?2 a a a at Brooklyn a a Oso Nix j 14 o it. It dumb a lid Wingo a adore and Krueger. It by associated pres lenses wire Reading ba., july 13.�?the Reading Iron company one of the country s largest Independent steel concerns announced a general reduction in the Selling prices of its tubular goods nails and Iron today. The reduction in both Oil country and Standard pipe ranges from in to $12 a ton. Weather retort forecast South Dakota generally fair to Light and thursday continued warm Faical to ii in erasures by the Republican s recording thermometer second game Chicago at Boston Martin and Gowdy. I i i Oft Oft i�?3 i 2 it 020 020 Tux a 8 it Daly fill mini and wierd Keagle Washington. 140 Sio at Ghi Eago. 400 gift Siaw. Zachary and go amp rarity Hodge Davenport anti Schafke. Illy associated brew leaded wire Chicago lib. July 13.�?baby per ambulatory with frills and canopies have gone out of style and tile american baby is now Riding in a Caraig which will make it Tough and Strong. It. Xxx. Sieburt of Gardener. Miss., president of the baby vehicle manufacturers association Tot its convention today. A the american baby of today i athletic from birth Anil our carriages Are going to help him along mr., Siebert said. Baskets swinging from the inside j rail of an automobile Are fast coming into Vogue solving the problem of what to with the baby on ail i automobile trip. Or. Siebert said. Prices Are going Down too. He said so that the High lost of trundling the youngsters around will soon a much Jess that at present. Illy associated leased wire Chicago. Lib july 13.�?a Job their Baron is Likely to go begging Berain i or. F. M. Tref Drosten of Aurora lib would Rattler be an american Cit a or to than have a title. His father Baron Tretbar Drosten owner of a trails Pacific Fleet and a resident of j Switzerland died leaving the Aurora physician his title and possessions amounting to three million francs. A they can keep the title a the physician said a i Ani an american citizen and i like he has sent an attorney to collect the Money. Of i among the attractive Floral piece was a Large kiwanis Civ Emblem ii in the form of a letter h. Sent by the local kiwanis club. Of which or redline was a member j the Mitchell count i which or. Redline b also sent a Large Floral organizations with a line was associated. Flowers for the f int Mitchell musical ebb municipal band the i i the american Federal As and the knights of i As several smaller sgt i Church organizations Toman in plot to bunco Teddy . Berk Al i Kef it Tel it is la Wiger w Ith j Ohler a it exit y club of As president piece. Other Ich or. Red i which sent a i were the the Mitchell a Al chapter of i of musicians. The Las As Well clubs and turks compare their struggle to u. S. Revolution Angora july Kly turkish is leaders compare their against the greeks with to revolution. Those inter i w associated press correspond reiterated their belief in the their Caus am Haw a termination to secure to cure for the Home land. National struggle american by the int have Justice of x pressed let it tonal exist Palace near to completion r Kyi being it r on while in a Berk Are ready to inst Tel xxx tilt pipes Imi Sii xxi Mains pal Progress on the Mitchell a urn Ace during the past two weeks been so rapid that it is now certain that the Structure will easily a completed in time for the fall carnival til Balcony of the building is now Complete and tilt roof is being put on. By Veinte in re a i e i Al Hillsdale dub. July a a by in a Burkett of Hillsdale was Arr St <1 her Early this afternoon in a charge of forgery preferred against her in new a re by George e. Sew la executor of the estate of the late Tho. Roosevelt. Mrs. Burkett had pro a no of a Ltd to the estate of the former by for on a note whip a. A j Clar lie had endors 1. She v. Moved to Newport ind. Ask Mitchell cars to join caravan on Sunshine Road trip to it. Ndon r the open a of Iowa Dri i vier Dix ins Moines la. July 12.�?thomas Mason Longun 77, one of the organizers of the Iowa state travelling men s association died at his Home Here Las night. He was the second member on tile charter of that organization. Philadelphia. At i it Droit. My it Ore. Keene and Ling. Parks Ami Ashler. .04 1 it Imi Oft i mkt 13 Perkins. 111 Boston. At Cleveland Russell and Nunamaker. Uni i mails. .210 unit. I Ftp i foot Heron. Wednesday 3 a. No 75 a a a. In. 74 i a. In. 89 12 in. 98 3 p. In. 103 maximum 3 0ft p. In. Today 103. Minimum 5 00 a. In. Today 7 3. Tuesday 3 p. A. 9 6 p. In. Oft 9 p. In. 84 12 p. In. 80 new York. Loo at St. Louisolo Mays and so hang shocker and severed. Of a Paris chamber Amot it is Paris France july 13.�?both the Senate and chamber of deputies adjourned yesterday for three months they will reconvene on october 12. A peek a Boot woman is fined $5 by Zion City dress judge although work outer roof covering Asphalt. Practically All t formed and met at nearing a close. Til being finished the plumbing e steel i pc trait front Wall is now Emle ground work on and heating is finished Ady to Start arrangements were Bing Day by \ v. Wilson of Mitchell for any Mitchell cars which plan to take part in the Sunshine Highway tour which will Start at Sioux Oty i tuesday july 19. The ears will North Over the High Way to of can., an will arrive to i a i f Manitoba provincial fair Whit july 25. Three cars f r it t n Ai pen a w i. The tour and two will join fro Gey. J. In Dalton of xxx ooh president of the Sivit it Hine Hight striation will have Char a c i tidal car which will Lead the or. Xxx Ilson of Mitchell is one work is a Jfe a presidents of the Assoria to for their n Ket tarted on the Asbestos and h and til Contra Orsar a it installing the steam Mains. The floor of the building will be on of the last thing to be put in and the will als Quot to among the latter Stag Cirl Trio 0ut-f1shes men catching 217 Perch in 3 hours ing rooms at j by Soei afro i hmm la a a Rel wire Zion lib. July 13�?. Sarah Johnson was Fin a cd five dollars and it its yesterday for violation of the towns dress ordinance. She was charged with exposing the neck lower than the juncture of the pit a it Fth neck with the Collar Bone and the shoulders More than a third part from the neck to the shoulder tip. With sex lasing the arms Abs a the Middle of the for Arm and with wearing a a peek at it ooh or Mosquito net Blouse. M a. Johnson on the witness St a n 1 contended it was a Pink Corset cover that officers saw thro go her Waist and offered to go ii me and get it. City attorney Theodore Forby complained that peek a Hoo waists have a tendency to make nil a curious and Are conducive to Low Public morals. A women ride through this town in automobiles with not enough clothe on to Iii a Quill toothpick a he assert Oart of the Fork or he stage hav been built however. Contracts has a a n signed for buy no the in a for the stage. A Large Asbestos curtain has been purchased my other in be a Ary seer Iery has also been arranged for. Of x x x x x x x x z x he gets a a Lodkin a Washington. I it cd july 13 a James i a of. A a newspaper publisher of Dayton a As a caller at the White House today when a High hacked a editorial chair presented to president Harding by More than it fellow newspaper editors was added to the furnishings of the presidential study. The chair was made of Wood from the famous old Schooner revenge captured fro the British on Lake Champlain during the revolutionary War. i Lei a i co we three Mitchell Gyris were g Opportunity to prove that girls Are better Minro Ltd the Are when they were in train House party at the to. K. In in Tsige at Lake Madix it a but i cud. In a three hour fish Fig expo it Ion monday morning miss Der any Stebbins. Miss Thelma Lancer and miss a Lna Brans caught 217 per Varni three male in Ember of the party Fred Williams. Sam welter and Cherie Barnard thir lost aught 1>5. Miss Stebbins was the Ham Poi Erin an of the party. Not Only did the girls show selves to in Lucky bsh Mouid Good sports As Welt they their own fish Hooks to Ltd the the Hooks and Strung then on s Amanda Well r was another and the party was Chaperon . Barnard and . A harks or. Liju the but Gal off w by i
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