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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - July 27, 1921, Mitchell, South Dakota
City edition Mitchell s. D. Wednesday july 27, 1921 vol Xxxvii number 229 Ming Glt Rii dome of about it 9 demands release of Twenty americans held prisoners by soviet govt. Hoover ties up food no amiable relations can exist until Yankees Are freed i. S. Earles president Harding has Heartt heart talk with the Senate leaders Tariff six weeks off evidence too scanty to hold them judge Hugo Friend holds Ball Case is rested c Arl Zork we i n and Louis Levi released hold Jackson or Zelcer Tsu. 5 ome Tmima Oucht to 0u done about it Fogt Senate seems to favor Loco farm Aid Rill is r to Norris Sci he aporia try pm let my i xxx try Washington. J. C., july 27.�?formal demand for release of american prisoners in Russia has been made on the soviet authorities by Secretary Hughes. Tile state department was advised today that the communication had been handed to the soviet representative at Keval yesterday by i Consul Albrecht. The text of the court communication dispatched july 25, has not Iwon made Public. It is understood however. To be a Brief insistence that the americans be released before there lean be any thought of better relations Between tile United states and j Russia. The action was taken in the name of humanity and because All efforts to secure the release of the j americans made through or. Nansen of the red Cross have failed. Maxim Corky it was Learned today has telegraphed to John Miller the Riga representative of the american Relief administration saying that the communication of Herbert Hoover tis head of the Relief for the ill and starving of Russia May la answered a Ira detail. The release of the americans held prisoners in Russia was Laid Down i by Secretary Hoover in his recent j message to Corky As the prime condition upon which american Relief measures for Russia would be taken up. More than a score of americans still Are being held prisoners in soviet Russia according to the latest j news received by the state department in Washington from that country. Principal among them Are airs. Marguerite e. Harrison of Baltimore. A newspaper correspond ont Captain j Emmet Kilpatrick of Uniontown. Ala. La red Cross worker Royal c. Keely. An Engineer and or. Weston or. Estes motion picture photographer. Secretary Hughes note read a the american government is advised that despite the repeated efforts Ltd or. Nansen on its behalf to secure the release of the american prisoners i in Russia they arc still held in a a most serious plight. A in the name of humanity. The an Cru acc a a in men t demands of the soviet authorities that american prisoners be at once released. It i manifestly is impossible for the american authorities to countenance Meas i tires for Relief of the distress in Russia while our citizens arc detained a my associated pres Quot or Washington. D. A. July 27.�?\ in rial agreement was said today to have j been reached at a dinner conference i at the White House last night for Senate consideration of tax revision legislation before the permanent j Tariff act is taken up by that body. A number of senators a re president j Harding s guests and the legislative situation was said to have been Dis cussed extensively. White House officials had nothing to say about the conference today. His former associates in tile Senath were said to have advised him that j the finance committee would not have the House Tariff Bill ready for con-1 federation Short of five or six weeks discuss Tariff american valuation provisions in the Tariff Bill were diseased and there were reports today that the president did not favor the policy. President Harding told his guest a be hoped both branches of Congress could recess from the Middle of August to the latter part of septem a Ber or the first of october but was represented As opposed to any recess of either body until the tax revision j Bill had passed the Lions leaving the Senate finance committee to work a both tax and Tariff measures during the recess. Republican leaders said the i Senate program was fur passage or the Kellogg substitute for the Norris i agricultural Export financing Bill. The Willis Campbell anti Beer Bill and the Ltd Apper Tincher Bill for government regulation of future trading on Grain exchanges before adjournment. Measures postponed Tho Allied debt refunding Bill which occupied about half of the Cor Ferince last night it was said an the Railroad funding measure recommended yesterday by the president. Were said to be slated for postponement. Or. Harding was informed that i both of these Hills would be difficult to pass and to take considerable tim and was understood to have agreed to their deferment until after recess. I discussion of the congressional j program with House leaders also i a. La n r. Of by lilt president. H Washington. D. july 27.�?Secretary Hughes announced today acceptance by Japan of proposals for a far Eastern conference in connection with the disarmament discussions suggested by president Harding. The japanese acceptance was bus cd on the understanding that the United states was not opposed to an agreement As to the Agenda of the far Eastern conference before it landlords charge $2 just to show Flat to tenant honeymooning through Turkey in a r ill car is Only one incident in the i la Airm w i Ordner suggests i it i i i. A is it Susslon of still \ plan re Sufka pretty Biti it lesbian Brid who were the Drift. I \ in m itched monday and yesterday i a a a Enro Ute to the Horn of or. Gilman s the Wood suppl parents. Or. And mrs i. L. Gilman Jit was necessary at Mission Hill. Or. And mrs. Gilman met while in the service of the near last la Lief in Transcaucasia North and Woof Turkey. Or Gilman has Bee away from the United states for states by Wax of Egypt. Italy and a half years and he and hts anti France. Or. Gilman will assist were stationed at Ahal Kalaski. Georg in the Grain Campaign in South Hula. For is months. J k of a to he put on this fall and mrs. They were married August 12. 112 j Gilman will live with her husband s rather than travel in the bed Bug parents for the present infested berths of the passenger her ability to speak several Lant touches or. Ami mrs. Gilman follow a gushes Ami her familiarity with the11 la custom of Many other Relief j custom of the natives of that part workers there and secured a cattle of the country made mrs. Gilman a i car which they gave a t Borough i sort of mediator Between the Relief cleaning and fitted it with their workers and the natives themselves army cots. Ami Lier Are vice proved invaluable m in a and mrs Gilman were at tiflis to the organization Xiv Lien fell february 2 a idiot try the station where or Ami or a afterwards the order was sent oui Man were located was to mile from from the new York office of the near a Railroad and it was necessary to last Relief that the workers were to haul All flour and supplies Foi a leave that part of the country. Or proximately 50.080 people by of Curt and mrs. Gilman started at once for from october i. 1919 until june i the United states. 192 a. Meanwhile the Coal Supply in that it Tok the oxen four Day to Mali i Section gave nut and the Railroad in the trip. Mach person was allowed Gin were forced to Burn Wood. The 2 pounds of flour a baseball Aberdeen. S d., july 27�?wi Tat h said to be the largest will Ever filed in Brown county and one of the largest Ever filed in the state is that of the int Isaac Lincoln filed this afternoon with Jerk of hours no fion in the Brown county records. The total valuation of the Wall will reach the 11.250.ooo Murk. It is claimed. The manner in which the property is distributed is but one last reminder of the character a Ltd tinman whose loss is mourned throughout the stat of South Dakota among the provisions of the will were two items which a especially characteristic of the late or. Lincoln these were til bequest to general Gate his coloured eau Ftp or to whom he gave $2,500. And to gust Anderson. For Twenty one years janitor in or. Lincoln s Bank to whom in gave the interest on $10.ooo for the remainder of his life. To mrs. Lined his wif., in left the personal effects the Bons and All the improvements therein together with $150,000. Employees of the Lincoln amp Boyd land company were remembered in the last will and testament of or. Lincoln. The ranch comprised of Over 2.000 acres was left to it the estate with the provision that mrs. Lincoln might Purchase if for $100.oo if she wished. The ranch is valued at $225,000 he Journ american league Cleveland. Too 010 300�?4 s 2 Boston. Too 101 20x�?5 i 0 Sotheron. Us in. Morton and o Neill. Nunamaker Bush and Hue. Serves notice of Philip that Bonus a cannot by downed Slot \ Chi i in Kil l in own Dis i. \ x room is Friend looks on St. Louis. New York. Shocker and severe id and Schang. By my olt Latchf Presa be sed xxx ire Washington. D. A. July 2 7.�?the american legion served notice on president Harding today that the Campaign for adjusted compensation for veterans a cannot be downed the message being delivered in person by Gilbert Beltman chairman of the National legislative committee of the organization. Later or. Beltman handed a declaration of similar import to secretaries Mellon and Gloover Aud attorney general Daugherty. A it is our purpose to show the said or. Beltman in a statement later Quot that the demand for an adjustment of compensation will not and cannot be drowned. It is based on simple Justice. The american legion urges the president and his administration not to stand in the Way of the Early passage by Congress of this measure.�?�. Too 021 til. 20 Oil of Mays Quinn. Illy am Riutor a Leo a i Mil xxx ire Sioux City la. July 27.�? Walter a. Liphum. Senior partner of in automobile sales concern was shot and instantly killed Iii the display room of la Garg. I Jan Pierce Street late last night by an unidentified robber. O. J. Hammill or. Lanham partner. Who was present at the time of the hold up anti shooting was unharmed. After firing the shot the murderer fled without robbing his victims. When or. Lapham saw the masked Man pointing a gun toward him and his Prtini a he soft a at the representation of the intruder that he was o foot pad. A what s the joke quit your said or. Alpain As he arose to his feet and tuned to face the robber. A i mean business Lay your rings on the counter a warned the robber. Or. Latham made several Steps town the robber his hands still raised Ubovic his head. A Stop a shouted the burglar Quot or Vii shoot and shoot to or. I Upham took on More step. A shot rang a Tam or. La pliant reeled Amiuel i in a Heap. The robber dashed out the rear door of the gulag through which he had entered. I a2 Coo 010�?4 ipod too oooo i Pussies Naylor Petro Philadelphia Dubuss and Perkins Chicago. At Washington Kerr and s Gharrity. 005 Hulk Mug Ridge National league first game Boston. Opp too oooo it 0 Cincinnati. Iou 010 oox�?2 7 0 Fillingim. Watson. Oeschger and Gowdy. Of Neill Luque and Hargrave. Woman starves ten Days in Mountain Crevice As husband lies dead nearby Pitts and putts is new Golf game made by Harding. 200 too oil�?4. Too too Ioos i Snyder Cooper new York. Pittsburgh. Nehf and Schmidt. Mexican Volcano rumbles after a 75-years�?T sleep Brooklyn 012 250 oooo to 15 i Chicago. 002 too oooo 2 la 2 Reuther and Miller Ponder Jones and xxx certs. It Amula who was near the scene of the tragedy to mount aeon. Mrs. Stone who was found alive but in a serious condition it the Bottom of a 17-foot Crevice. Was not rescued until last monday july 25�?hr. Bell reported that sin needed nursing Anil a nurse is being sent from Banff to attend her. Mrs. Stone was without food or shelter for nearly to Days. Illy a my a it Tel pre i a Row Al xxx ire Calgary. Alta. July 27�?hr. Xxx. E. Stone president of Purdue University la Fayette int Whoso body has been located at the Bottom of a deep Crevice near Banff was killed by a fall in the mount ins on july 16. According to word received Here today. This information is contained in a message from by. La Bell of Winnipeg. A member of thai pin clip i of Pittsburgh a. July 27.�?j. F. Byers vie president of the i listed states Golf association and former representative James Francis Bruke will introduce president Harding s new Golf Gam of Quot Pitts anti puts at the Allegheny country club course this we a. The Gaim w As introduced recently by the president at the Columbia country club where the United states open championship was held. Or. Byers and or. Harding were paired against Burke Ami f. M. Fletcher of the state department in a foursome. Before the match started the president explained that every tim a player drive into a trap or pith is penalized. The score could not i Learned As it was told that president Harding had an unwritten Law against Public i it v of scores. Second game o Boston. 00 101 Cincinnati. 102 too Mcquillan. Fillingim mid Gowdy. O Neill Man Juard Donohue and Wingo. Ally annotated press eased xxx ire san Antonio. Tex., july 2 7.�?for tim first time Iii seventy five years the Volcano of san Miguel threatens a eruption according to a. News dispatch from Mexico City received her today. Til last eruption of san Miguel occurred in 18 46 when two Small towns were destroyed. Many recent murders lend support to Thom xxx hoax ant drastic i we. Yankee Rhine fliers crash to death in flame Turk Leader asks allies to curb foes Illy Akkus Luril pro a in xxx ire i Coblenz. Germany july 2 7.�?two american aviators. Lieutenant Carl Derby Gunther of Frankfort. Into and Corporal l. O. Hillsboro. Tex., were killed yesterday when their Ali pin in crashed at Field near Bere and burst into flames
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