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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - July 20, 1922, Mitchell, South Dakota
Twelve pages vol. evening Republican third i edition Mitchell South Dakota thursday july 20, 1922 number 248strike tangle school established for police officers Hail sweeps Large area in i i South Dakota detection of crime to be taught to All Only school of kind in nation exclusively for Law enforcers to teach sociology aim of school is to save life avd property avd keep roys from crime by Philip j. Sinnott Seattle Wash. July 2r, Constable a Finger print expert every Small town peace officer an expert criminologist every sheriff a Sherlock Holmes that a the goal of the Northwestern University of criminology just established As the Only school exclusively for Law enforcers in America. L. S. May of Seattle head of the Northwest association of sheriffs and police and most widely known criminologist of the Northwest has been picked to head the school. A faculty of experts has been secured. And the course will cram into six weeks an intensive study of scientific crime prevention and detection. Student sleuths will hear lectures on identification of bodies and skeletons analysis of blood and hair penology and court procedure. Includes new science and there la be a Complete course in a new science called this science teaches All about fire arms and will enable graduate sleuths to testify intelligently when the question of firearms is brought up in court in connection with a crime. Use of the Lens Sherlock Holmes old standby also will be taught Pone students will be shown How the worse Railroad fuel shortage looms Coal production lowered for Lack of cars damage will amount to More Durn half a million dollars crops Are total loss window lights broken Small pigs and poultry killed by Hail u. S. Awaits resets of mine order dispute now becomes test of strength miners determined Ladd assails crops were beaten Down livestock killed and buildings wrecked Yatrou Sahanen Nadyn Center of development shifts failure to bring about set the history of South Dakota which to Coal Fields today swept Over portions of six counties j in the Southeastern part of the Stata late yesterday afternoon. Due to the extent of the storm. No estimates have been made on Quot the loss which will run far into the hundreds of thousands. According to reports reaching Mitchell today the storm began in Bon homme county South of Tyndall and swept Northeast Over Bon homme and Hutchinson counties striking governors of two states declare unwillingness to co operate with Harding. Element announced by Hooper of labor Board seniority rights up by associated press leased wire Washington d. C., july 2b.�?the government today awaited the result Tyndall Menno and Scotland. The of its Effort to re open the Coal mines storm path was irregular leaving officials showed increasing concern come areas untouched. North of Over the continued falling off in Coal Marion the storm began again and i production particularly at non Union North Dakota senator urges from recognition of present government by associated press leased wire Washington. C., july 20.�?the administrations policy toward Mexico was described As a wholly imperialistic in the Senate today by sen Baili Euc Ator Ladd. Republican. North Dakota. Who urged a prompt Ani unequivocal recognition of the pro it a ent mexican government. Or. Ladd predicted that unless such Steps were taken by the administration a a real progressive party would come into Power and establish a new foreign America for no constitutional right exists by continued nearly straight North into Mccook county ending just North and East of Salem. Shearing off the Small ripened Grain leveling the Corn Fields and ruining the Grain already Cut and in the mines due to inadequate car Supply. Member organizations of the chamber of Commerce of the United states were called upon in a letter today from Julius h. Barnes president of the chamber to take Active Steps in sup m Ai note a nue men demand speedy settlement of they will walk out. By associated press leased wire Chicago Only 20�?strike ballots were sent Cut today to the 8,500 clerks and freight handlers of Tho Chicago Milwaukee and St. Paul Railroad. The ballots which Are returnable july 20, were on the question of wage cuts which went into effect july to under an amended order of the Railroad labor Hoard. Fields and taking a heavy toll of port of the governments position re poultry hogs. And other livestock the Yarding re opening of the mines. Storm made a path from five to to Miles wide and approximately 60 Miles Long. Maryland governor objects by associated pre leased wire Chicago 111., july 20�?with immediate prospects for peace in Tho of As larg 18 Hans Gas Down Tion on the presidents invitation to Hooper of the Railroad labor Board National corneal porn upon th<1 fluids and the towns in its co operate with him in the Effort to that the Board was no longer in tile Lapening path. Little wind accompanied the re open the Coal mines. The governor aged in peace negotiations left the Washington d Cju in 20 1s Hail hut an Inch and a Quarter of said he could not Send National guards j situation open to direct negotiation rain fell according to reports from men to the mining sections until All Between strike leaders and railway Scotland this morning. J peaceful methods had or attempts from other Quad windows broken \ ters. Policy of government Union officials remained firm in to be tested Roon their demand that full seniority Washington d. C., july 20.�?the rights be restored the 300,000 shop motion received this morning from Cen Eroi development in the Coal men now on strike and rail Heads which Ewa we a. 2�.&Quot fax Quot Shrike was steadily shifting today w Baltimore. My. July 20.�?governor railway strike gone strikers and Ritchie telegraphed president hard railroads today settled to a test of for nearly an hour chunks of ice in ? declining to take immediate a strength. The statement of chairman l. S. May Center. Head of Tor be Quot used in the de-1 who the executive Branch of the problems a left. Which the Senate knew that the Tariff George Stevenson Quot of quo Scotland. No sir be was i were equally firm in their insistent r it of Rrime government a a arbitrarily withhold.? three of these by lets b Only thing on the program buildings were damaged there except action of crime. Tonne. Passed through a human it could make arrangements with right. Which of these j he various interests involved include not really the Tariff that is consuming the time of the Senate on the Senate program As it stands today there Are three items the Tariff the soldiers Rica 4 first to to varsity Bonus and the ship subsidy of these Hail stones were piled several in in err or to hic \ to nut three it is not the Tariff but the two j Chee deep in the streets of Scotland v non up Apter a r / p or 1 others that Are the real time consume i after the storm narrowing to info two i a til Al Kiml it motion a priv pm this in n r n i n or from other0coups�?T will teach forgery recognition of the Mexico Reyuh passed u _ electricity. A he to Rahv. He the North Dakota senator As Bodi detection. Ment of state and american on companies operating in Mexico or. Ladd declared commercial As wll As governmental Power was being invoked to Force revocation by mex photography. Handwriting and advanced criminology. A the police officer should he first in the study of sociology and the prevention of says May. A but usually he knows nothing about it. Far behind a the authorities Are so far behind co of pome of her Domestic legislative criminal that the Law is becom Tion and to compel her to adhere to ing a joke. We aim to remedy that. I a treaty that would be distasteful to a the criminal is years ahead of her legally elected officials our police methods. He is costing a it is evident a senator Ladd said the american people half a billion a that we Are using recognition As a dollars annual. R to 1 bait with which to fish for Commer a we intend not merely to Trail j Cial advantages in the troubled wat criminals after crime has been com Ere of fitted but to crosscut on crime a referring to recent outbreaks in catch the criminal before he com j the Tampico District the North a mits the crime by removing the. Kota senator told the Senate that causes of crime. They had a every appearance of hav a thus we save life and property ing been staged according to a pre and keep youngsters from embark arranged likewise he asserting on criminal de. That a on two occasions within a May is called into service in near year a group of american financiers in every big crime mystery in the had fomented attempts to overthrow Pacific Northwest. He and a col the Obregon sorted. Finger prints is forged eng president Harding to throw the charging that there was a a close the new school will teach soldiers Bonus and toe ship subsidy understanding Between to depart solution of such problems strike to end in two weeks is prediction to throw the soldiers Over into the next session the Public would see Quick action so far As the Tariff is concerned the republicans know they Are going to pass some kind of a Tariff Bill this session. Be no doubt about that. Away from Washington and out into that seniority rights of men now at for broken Glass he said. Houses in the path of the storm also suffered heavily from broken windows. A the Fields look As if the Farmers had already done their fall blowing a or. Stevenson said. The Corn Fields have been razed and Only stubs of the Corn stalks Are left standing. The Coal Fields where the policy of the farm j government involving re opening of the mines under state or Federal Protection will be tested. Work be recognized. There was no indication from either Side of a weakening of the determination to Pacific league have developed a Means of detection of Finger print forgeries. He is head of the revel Are International secret service. The Northwestern University of criminology has the full support of police departments sheriffs Federal officials police constabulary is prosecuting attorneys coroners and courts of Oregon. Washington. Idaho. Montana. Alberta and British Columbia. Canad near ship liquor through Alaska to Yukon a Eret ran a a my api Tiv making the Fields look like they do in left i the Tariff were the Only Jagt it Ltd a a ral Quot a rot a Quot �?~j1 thin on the program. Both re pub to a total loss. Anti the Grain that Hoe koans and democrats would go to already been harvested i half gone work vigorously and get it out of the Nail i Ounas koans pointed out by officials. The nine gov Way. It i a in spite a the heavy rain the t pm ors who have not yet replied were the senators Are very eager to go roads Are in Good condition because expected to Send in their responses Home. A full third of them have the Hail pounded them within the next 24 hours primaries or elections or both ahead g0 Complete was the destructive i mine workers unchanged of them. Added to this motive on the work of the storm from Marion North John l. Lewis chief of the United j part of a third of the Senate is the to at it is impossible to Tell which mine workers. Was preparing to Jewell declares r railroads common motive of fatigue that a1 feeds Small Grain have bin bar leave Washington today Aper having a War Arrn w % c c to la w i/-1.�?T1 i a a j a a Urik or aah a ii. I _ responses were yet to come from j car a Pant Ai Issue. Several governors to president hard trains cancelled Inge a Appeal for co operation in re fuel shortage was being Felt by the Plen Ishing the nations fuel Supply railroads supplies on several roads but White House officials expressed being nearly exhausted according to gratification Over the responses thus i officials. Curtailment of train opera far received. Only governor Morri tons due to shortage of Coal and son of North Carolina of the i gov equipment has gradually increased in errors who had replied up to noon til 247 trains have been cancelled or today refused absolutely the co oper Are about to be cancelled say reports action the president asked it was from Railroad centers in the West. The southwestern lines have apparently will give in As strike becomes More of Fech be ways comes and comes with Good reason about the present stage of a hot Summers session. Still another. 1 motive is the belief on the part of re j a it vested and which levelled by the Hail according to a report from there to Chicago. 111., july 20.-Ell, president of the six Federated publican leaders that a Good Deal of the discontent in the country and the criticism of Congress would vanish Fine after hitting the Mccook county been in Washington for nearly a month in conferences with govern officials and operators. A the min workers attitude is said or. Lewis a your people b. M. Jew he ji"0,0ntent in to it a country and the Jne. G tvs rat the going East Quot of Are it to a nine to continue the strike shop crafts predicted today that Thev adjourn and give the Montrose and Salem railroads w ill capitulate and Settle j r would adjourn Ai. I i e Telephone poles were torn the strike within two weeks. The strike is becoming More effective daily he said a and the roads will yield a soon As we bring them to their the railroads statements on the do App Fiji permit seniority question were characterized i i by fill i hts Iti 11 j by or. Jewell As camouflage design i de to cover up the real issues a a Dawson. Y. T. July 20�?special tioij�1 adjustment Board. Permission from the United states executive Board of the strik government for the trans shipment i unions will meet this afternoon through Alaska of a consignment of j to consider an answer to the state country a rest. Long debate certain but so Long As the soldiers Bonus and the ship subsidy remain on the program the senators figure there is no use hurrying with the Tariff. The democrats will take their Leisure in debating against it. And the republicans will continue to disagree among themselves on important items of the Bill. They All know that As things stand they can to possibly get away until Well into october or possibly Usu gun re Inona u l sex \ us j a a a a i a t of liquor to Yukon has assured this Ter a ment issued by the Railroad officials everybody knows that Mitory a two years Supply of drink last night. A a be wee a of debate on t there will _ _ the soldiers Ables i National adjustment Board i bonu7and More weeks of debate on n i it Perl Lulf r when an order issued at washing-1 a the railroads know they cannot the ship subsidy. So Long As those k All m Kirr ton recently banned the shipment of justify their fight against the a think remain ahead of them Why u i Olill intoxicating liquor through the unit i tonal adjustment Hord before the he with the Tariff indeed the de states territory Enro Ute from on Public a or. Jewell said. A the Board presence of these two items on the country to another it began to look would take working rules disputes program constitutes a further motive by associated press Leas j that time a consignment. _ _ Montreal. July 20.�?the assertion i liquor Worth $70.eon was Enro Ute the transportation get provides for that a Only a Sheet of tissue paper front the United kingdom to the you Tali Ament of adjustment boards hangs Between Canada and a rail Kon. The property of the Yukon gov and attempts have been mad Sev was was made by Union Ern ment. In the emergency the gov i eral times by Board members to have lenders who left today for Ottawa to Ern ment Here purchased a like regional adjustment bodies Stab Ash a Otest to Premier King against the amount in Vancouver and had it de but without Success action of Canadian railroads in put shipped by fast freight to Dawson. Wien the National agreement was a a wave cuts into effect before they it passed the International Boundary up for revision last year the ques ? la _ a a it a. Rani Miia Tion into the Yukon a few hours before Tion of a National adjustment Board the United states ban want into of was broached by the unions hut Noth fact. Thus the territory a liquor sup ing Ever came of it. Had been passed on by conciliation boards. A conference Between the Premier l i it for i ply for a couple of years is Safe end Union officials is scheduled Tor j _ tonight. A strike vote now is being taken in the Montreal District. Speaker advocates High school course i for right to vote by associated press leased wire Berkeley cal., july 20�?All High school graduates regardless of age j should be allowed to vote in a j tonal state and municipal elections j according to Horace m. Rebok of Bania Monica who addressed the annual meeting of the California High school teachers association in session Here. Rebok argued that education rather than age should determine the right of the citizen to vote. He maintained that any High school graduate was far better fitted to cast a ballot than Many foreigners admitted to it citizenship. Penitentiary fight i Auto beats train in 350 mile race # tons a get the Bonus out of the Way. One of would be for president Harding to let it be known that the Mccumber Hill with some modifications would be acceptable to him. This eventually is pretty clearly impossible in the Light of the position or. Harding has steadily maintained. Might announce veto the other thing or. Harding could do to get the soldiers Bonus out of the w a would be to announce in Advance that he will veto it. This course also would be an unlikely one for the president to take because of by associated in has leased Wirt Denver. Colo. July 20�?driving a High Power touring car in a race to win a Wager of $1,000 Charles w Bogart of Garden City. Kas., heat Santa be train number 5. From that City to Littleton. Colorado a suburb of Denver by one hour and Twenty three minutes yesterday. Bogart made the trip of approximately 3 50 Miles in 9 hours and 50 minutes. Regional boards oppose or. Jewell said to Day that the blunders by associated press leased wire Santa be. N. july �0.�?martin Baj onado a convict in the state Penitentiary Here was killed and five other prisoners were slightly wounded today when eight guards stationed in towers above the Walls opened fire on a mob of convicts after they had refused to enter the cell House. Bal Donado. Sentenced for six years for bigamy was shot through the Back and died within a few minute. Weathi report Pooh Dakota partly Cloudy and a somewhat unsettled tonight and Friday cooler Central portion tonight Wen and North portions Friday. Unions opposed regional boards be Well known regard for the constr cause two or three different bodies i Tut ional distinction Between himself in different sections would be try and the legislative Brancho the roving to interpret the same National Ern ment. Any Man holding these rules on various parts of the name views would naturally hesitate to system and nothing but confusion seem to use the threat of a veto in Advance As a mean of influencing legislative action. As regards the ship subsidy the Only thing that could get that off the program would be an expression of willingness on or. Harding s part to let it go Over to the next session. Such an action would be inconsistent with his wish to get the Chip subsidy disposed of. The next session of Congress will be a Short one. With Only about seven weeks of working time. The ship subsidy could not possibly be passed by both houses in so Short a period. Therefore if the ship subsidy were thrown Over into the next session it would mean one of two would result. A regional boards a he said a would mean War and not peace on the pending his meeting with the executive Board this afternoon or. Jewell declined to comment on the statement of the Railroad executives. 17 year Lii swimming Champ to enter races at Brighton Beach Down by the a a it a and the wind which accompanied it. A dispatch from Salem this morning stated. Montrose reported a heavy rain and wind storm but no Hail. Not a window Light was left intact in Doland after the Hail storm struck there last night a traveller from Doland. Who passed through Mitchell today said Farmers living near Doland suffered heavy crop and livestock losses also. S. Strikers resent action of authorities restraining order on Palfe restraining order on Pierre showmen served this moving by John Berry until the principle of collective bargaining and past procedure in the Industry Are recognized. Michigan governor Alay take Over Hines Lansing Mich. July 20.�?governor Alex j. Groesbeck in a Telegram prepared for transmittal to president Harding asked the Sanction of the Federal government for a plan to take Over and operate Michigan Coal mines under state control. The message asked whether the Federal government would join with the state in taking Over and directing resumption of operations in the mines. The governor said he believes the state could Man and operate the mines the chief producing ones at least it in it that the miners if offered the Opportunity and if Able to do so been hardest hit. Fruit crop endangered strike leaders declared the strike is being Felt by the Iron and Stet industries. That Coal mines in parts of West Virginia Are without Coal cars and that a portion of the fruit crop of the Pacific coast is endangered by Lack of freight equipment. Representatives of the brotherhood of railway clerks declared that 95 percent of the 3,000 clerks employed by the Chesapeake and Ohio railway would join the ranks of the strikers today. At Kansas City a general chairman of the maintenance of Way men s Union in a Telegram to president e. F. Grable said that members of that Union in the Southwest would strike of their own Accord unless a speedy settlement is reached. By associated press leased wire Chicago. Iii., july 19.�?the failure of All efforts to bring about the settlement of the country wide strike of the railway showmen was announced in a statement issued tonight by Ben w. Hooper chairman of the United states Railroad labor Board. A was there does not seem to be any probability of reconciling the Antipodal views of t e carriers and men on the question., i at Issue the labor without risking out awry from their j Hoard and none of its members Are organization would be glad to re now engaged in any further Effort turn to work. It a intimated that along that the statement said if authority was granted and if necessary the entire resources of the state police and National guard would the statement pointed out that virtual agreement had been reached Between the rail Heads and the strike be thrown into the work of product leaders on All of the five Points in dining Coal in event the miners declined put except that of the return to the to return to work. Sarazen to meet Hagen strikers of their seniority right a an incidental question which was not originally in dispute Between the Road and their men. Questions before Board. The questions up before the Board in associated press leased wire which were settled except for the mat in it sen Ortity rights were As Fol Pierre s. D., july 20.�?John Berry. Of Mitchell Deputy United states marshal arrived in Pierre this morn striking Railroad men the it Morary j i1&Quot&Quot champions her a fir to that the carriers which had restraining order issued by Federal of Mats Hugh new a Quot a bit rarely changed the wages and judge Elliott monday. Champion and Walt a Quot Rene renditions of the employee it is entirely useless and Unne Ces Quot a Erman a a represented by said seven organza sary declared Frank Donahue. Re. Chen title for a purse of on by 0f., a tract a. Chairman of the local strikers in com-1 j2 00ft and a a Silver cup it was an pm. In Quot a Ihn of the Railroad la menting on the order. The men j bounced tonight. I a boards decision should with Here have made no trouble and will 0 _ not. We ask Justice but do not in a mrp a a Ai d tend or. Donahue an-1 117 Ilak a Lulf bounced he would go to Sioux fallen july 27 to appear before the court. In compliance with the order. A the boys Are inclined to look upon the order As a sort of said Emil jail. President of the Carmens locals a however a he added a if this j bulldozing i persisted in it is liable to irritate the men and May result j in today baseball negro Dies Why is this wrong the answer will be found among olt Aye want ads. What a a Blunder do you suggest Yew Tork City. July 20�?johnny things either president Harding Weismuller of Chicago Youthful would a a a o11 a session aquatic Marvel will Arear in three i 4 it of a a a a can races saturday at Brighton Beach he ship subsidy or in the Lack Weismuller who at it has smash of a Quot Quot it would automatically be de ,9, a Ronij so to Etc vet or m Zzz to a Quarter a. A a it so delay enter the a a. V. National 440 Yard As things now gland unless there championship and later will seek it �5�?Te change of the nature in Ducat new records in two special events cd the program will work out about Ika Frog Kovi or t 5 it a r of ii As follows the Senate will continue 150 Yards free style and Loo cards o Dehat ? the tar f at Agat Umu Back Strong. J August 15, and possibly later. On i August 15. The lower House will re Matabe req ctr i la of by turn from its vacation. After the ill Luis duo ii us i Senate has passed the Tariff there will in a Vit Arp la a Ai Vii i to be Lour or five of conference train Ivor Vian Khz Lei to reconcile the differences Between Lizun Uhl limn nil Iii the Senate Tariff Bill and the hou8ft a Tariff Bill. These weeks of Confer Hugo. Minn. July 20.�?John Vad i ence will be utilized by the Senate to nals 35. Of big head City. Minn., was j pass the soldiers Bonus Bill and put killed and five other persons were in j it up to the president to veto or to Jared when a motor bus bound from approve. It is Only after both these St Paul to Taylors Falls. Was struck things Are out of the Way that the by a Northern Pacific passenger ship subsidy Bill will come in sight. Tra Ltd at Gallivan crossing. 2 Miles a disinterested observer seeing South of Here. Things As they stand is Likely to con six other passengers escaped with j elude that the ship subsidy is not a shake up. Vadnais was thrown Likely to become Law during the present of the bus in front of the engine j ent session even though or. Harding and dragged for fifty feet. Tho bus should continue to insist that it be a thrown into a ditch. Kept on the program. National league Troy. Ala. July 20.�?jim Chapman. Negro said to be 119 years of age. Died at i Home near Spring Hills South of Troy tuesday according to reports reaching Here. A a la Nile As he was familiarly known was reared a a slave being brought to this country from Africa. He had never worn a pair of shoes or smoked tobacco in his life. Philadelphia Ooi too too Pittsburgh Ooi too too Weiner and Henline Glazner and Gooch. Brooklyn of 202 Chicago Ooi too gum and Miller Kauffman. Tue land and o Farrell. New York too 03 i Cincinnati 010 00 Ryan and Snyder Donohue and Wingo. American league Chicago. Too too to Easton. Too Ooi to Faber. Hodge and Schalk pen Nock and Walters. Detroit. 10� too of new York. Oa2 03 Oldham. Ehmke and Woodall Mays and Behan. St Louis. To too 002�?4 6 0 Philadelphia a. Too too oto�?0 5 i Vangilder and a Verein Rommell and 3ruggy. Cleveland. 0 Wethington. 0 us in and of Neill Erickson and Vidnich. The lost is found when you find a lost article bring it to the Republican office we will advertise it in the want ads without charge to you. Almost every Day some treasured article is restored to its owner through Republican want ads saturday want ads free with every 2 to 5 issues 1th draw from this practice. This applied to Only a few roads As Toj a others had heretofore announced their willingness to cancel such contracts. The principal of those that have not made such announcement Are the Erie and Western Maryland. A a second that the authority granted by the transportation Art to the carriers and their employees to set up an adjustment Board or boards he exercised by the establishment of a National adjustment Board with the entire jurisdiction authorized by said i act namely the hearing of ail Dos Putes except those affecting wages. Third that the employees involved in the strike proceed in conform Ity with the transportation act in 1 the settlement of the disputed rules and wages seeking from the Railroad labor Board a rehearing of the ave i in disputed rules to the adjustment Board with the statutory right of Appeal to the labor off a a fourth the cur is to withdraw or dismiss All Law suit growing out of the strike. A a fifth All non now on strike those Laid off furloughed or on leave of absence to be returned to work and their former positions with seniority and other rights unimpaired. Militia i called to give p to \ Imil property by a a in cd Presa leased wire Speurs t to la july 2p�?th� first a i for militia in Iowa has been made a the result of strike disturb a the chitin of great we ten rail Road a. Ipp Alert to governor Ken Dall for soldiers to guard is property m Oelwein. It is allege j that strikers and strike sympathizers made an attack on the Oelwein Roundhouse last night that a Chicago passenger train was stoned yesterday
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