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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - July 27, 1922, Mitchell, South Dakota
Ten pages vol. evening Republican third edition Mitchell South Dakota thursday july 27, 1922 number 254 in each looms in rail strike Battery b men Are summoned on strike duty lieutenant Craig and five men called to Pierre while on Way Home entire state is quiet r Marsha King says Man were wanted merely to help serve injunctions showmen summoned of Bonus Mcmaster joins by associated press leased wire Sioux Falls. S. D., a Lilly Federal judge 1>. Elliott tills morning issued an order requiring Hie api it ear Anoe before Bim in Sioux Falls on August i of 26 members of Throe Union locals of Mobridge s. A to ans Der to charge of contempt of court for alleged violations of the injunction issued last week restraining striking Union men rom by any Vav interfering wit i the Cornu t or Tho Railroad s business p j Hart one of the strikers i alleged to Nave struck and tired a revolver at a. and Ralph alway employees of the Road. The orders were is Mied on tile affidavit of Deputy Senitid states marshal Keegan list. Leroy Craig and five men Quot ult to Sergt. John Simons Sergt. Ray of tank and privates Henry Neuman. To ii Lim Mendenhall and Roy Palmer vere summoned to Huron by a Long balance Telephone Call late last Doht. While on their Way Home to Mitchell from Camp Meade where hey have been for the past seventeen Days to act As aids to u. A. Marshal w h. King in serving the injunctions issued on july 18 by the r s. District court in Reioux rails entraining striking railway showmen rom interfering with the transport Arion of Federal mails or intimidating those men who have taken the maces of the striking showmen. The arrival of the remainder of the Bat Ery men last night started a report hat the guardsmen had been sum toned to Huron by the governor to top trouble caused by the striking Hopmen. All trouble is denied Over the Telephone this afternoon or King denied any reports of Trou a in Huron or anywhere in the Tate and said the the men he had deputized As special deputies were Anniv aiding in the serving and enforcing of the injunctions. He said hat two of the six men who arrived n Huron this morning from the Mit hell service Battery were on their Ray Home today the others inclining Lieut. Craig remaining in Huron. Has Many special deputies in addition to the Mitchell , Deputy u. S. Marshal John 3errv, Mitchell. Sheriff Ferd Dinger. Mitchell the sheriff of Clark ice Tyr. And number of other coun a sheriffs Are on special duty in Turon or in other parts of the Tate under the direction of or. Ving. The towns where the Ini unc ions issued by the Federal court Are Leing served follow Huron. Pierre Milbank Aberdeen Mobridge rapid City Lead. Dead Vood Brookings Sioux Falla and late town. Mobridge Foreman is attacked by strikers by associated press leased wire Huron. S. July 27�?after a Borough investigation United states District attorney Wesley Clark announced Here this morning that reports of strike disorders and contemplated disorders Here a have been greatly exaggerated a adding that Huron strikers Are continuing their walkout in a highly satisfactory and orderly manner. Besides or. Clark Twenty five oth a Federal officers in the City were Here presumably for the purpose of rubbing any outbreaks which it was reported mfg it occur Here. An authoritative report from Mobridge p. A. Tells of disorders Suhich took place there yesterday j rhe Roundhouse Foreman at that j place was attacked by a striker and badly beaten. The striker during the fired one shot at the Foreman. I but the Bullet missed its Mark. No 1 arrests had been made at Mobridge in connection with this disturbance it a late hour today. Federal inspectors found four Northwestern locomotives at the Oral Roundhouse. Which they con leaned declaring they Are at the present time unfit for service. 27�? by Gene Cohn san Francisco cal., july Young China in revolt Young China thoroughly americanized leaping the chasm of Century old customs arid traditions Young China staking the first elopement in san Francisco a historic Chinatown and then participating in a movie like drama that led to attempted suicide such Are incidents in the Romance of Grace Chan and George american born chinese. Grace Chan he also had become amrica/1\z but he agreed for the Sake it Tom. To pay $s00. When consent appeared possible he resorted to american ways throughout one night he waited May hang upon England a debt measure might go through if initial payment is Large enough belief initial veto certain government to help Preus in move to assure Coal governor is Likely to attend Coal conference in St. Paul in person cil Man promises i agents of both wire to stand by a Aiu aum Piiru her during trial roads and men see Harding conferences at White House Likely to last throughout whole Day is real peace move Hooyer in message to Minnesota executive outlines Federal policy parents still sell daughters in Chinatown. That so hat started the trouble. Grace Chan bobs her hair and wears american clothes. A i shall choose my own husband a she announced. A i will not be but to her parents she says she Oney availability of Cash would cause president to change his mind by Mark Sullivan National a Litreal Torresi Kment of the Mitchell evening Republican and Tho new York evening poet Washington d. A. July 27, copyright. 1922, by the Mitchell evening Republican and the new York evening Post a the soldiers Bonus is not really in a position different from where it has been at any time in the last six months. With the exception of one Distant possibility nothing is to be said of it that adds anything to we hat your correspondent has said in the past. There is no reason to suppose that president Harding has changed the position he took in his letter to representative Fordney in february namely that no Bonus Bill should be passed unless it contained As an integral part some specific Means of raising the necessary Revenue and that the Only expedient the president could see to raise the Money in addition to existing forms of taxation for the other expenses of the government was the sales tax. Congress against sales tax since there never has been and is not now. Any likelihood of Congress passing the sales tax it follows that there is nothing in sight to infer any change of position by the president. The Only possible inference from All this is that if the Senate insists on passing the soldiers Bonus Bill in the i Sage to Northwest governors sent form in which it now exists the tuesday governor n. E. Kendall of president will veto it. As to the sen Iowa this morning wired governor ate it is on this subject to an even Preus that he had appointed Charles greater degree than on most other j Webster of the Iowa state railway subjects conspicuously and painfully i commission fuel a administrator for Between the Devil and the deep sea. J Iowa and that he wished the Iowa there in t any doubt that if the Bon administrator to co operate fully with us Bill in its present form is brought Minnesota in securing an adequate Supply of fuel. Governor Kendall also asks that commissioner Ivan Bowen circular ize the Coal dealers in Northern Iowa in regard to their Supply and needs at the same time he is securing data from the Minnesota dealers. Or. Bowen immediately started preparations of questionnaires to the Iowa dealers. A a a a a a we a a vow a Mcmaster joins movement i a a amp be j.? a As the door to cases As Iong ago the campain of \ governor w. H. My master of 2pi�su� a note saying South Dakota dec ared hat to would names Murphy by associated press leased wire Pierre s. I july 27.�?j. J. Murphy a member of the state Railroad commission was today appointed temporary fuel administrator for South Dakota to cooperate with the Federal authorities and fuel administrators of surrounding states in securing for the Northwest Coal in sufficient quantities for the coming Winter. Tho appointment was made by Kenneth Sellers Secretary to governor omaster in Tho executive s absence from the state. Or. Murphy immediately began plans for a comprehensive Survey of the Coal situation which he stated he regarded As already serious not so much in the present As for tile coming Winter. A Elf we Are to get our share of the National Coal ration a he declared Quot we must be in a position to show our need. To do this we must make tile most accurate Coal Survey possible event More detailed than those of War by associated press leased wire St. Paul Minn., july 27�?the states of South Dakota and Low a today joined with Minnesota in the Campaign to defeat the Coal shortage said to be in Prospect for this territory. In reply to governor Preuss Mes up in the Senate it will be passed by i be a Jarge majority. Some of those who an Auto while Grace than com j would vote for it would of so because till Dulu Vav Luis m a a fun Down the fire escape and Elope with him. _ then for the first time. Chinese parents came to court we Ith an annulment suit. Grace was but i it incl the judge had to uphold the Mother. I jus face to Many senators. With sue i Grace was taken to a Mission. Many of them the real difficulty is the follow ing Day she attempted that several months ago and in some the conditions in their Home districts make it More to their personal interest to vote for the Bonus than to vote against it. But to state the situation As starkly As that does an in government kits to enforce latest orders of i it Eig state Commerce body by associated press leased wire Chicago ii july 27�?just As the railway strike seized to have settled to a Long drawn out and determined Battle Hopes for peace which have waxed and waned As succeeding Indi a cations pointed to continued strife. Or a settlement were revived by the gathering in Washington of strike j leaders and railway executives. Although no official announcement was made it was believed that the pres Nee in Washington of b. M. I Jewell head of the striking showmen j and his executive Council could mean j Only that they had gone there from i Chicago for a conference with presi i Dent Harding. W. W. Atterbury vice i president of the Pennsylvania lines and t. Dewitt Cuyler chairman of j the association of railway executives were in the capital today and other rail chiefs including l. F. Loree president of the Delaware and Hudson were expected to arrive during the Day. Seniority is in due now restoration of seniority rights to men on strike remained the chief obstacle to peace. The stand of the railway Heads on this question was stated by ii. E. Byram president of the Chicago. Milwaukee and St. Paul As being that the railroads were not seeking to destroy seniority rights of men on strike but to make their seniority subordinate to that of men now at work. The White ruse is again the Center of developments in the rail the killing is attributed to jealousy strike and the focus of efforts toward caused by gossip. Mrs. Phillips plea1 Pace president Harding meeting in is not guilty and it is said her coun conference first with t. Witt Cut Sel will contend she was Tempo j chairman of the association of Amy irresponsible mentally besides. Railway executives and the with the Phillip called on his wife to Tell her leaders headed by b. M. Jew he we Ould stand by her during her1 fun we reached Washington Early los Angeles. Cal., july 27�?mrs Clara Phillips charged with the a Hammer murder of mrs. Alberta Meadows is shown in company with her husband. A. L. Phillips los Angeles Oil promoter on his first visit to her in jail where she awaits trial. Trial. Insane outlaw finally taken the beyond. That if she did not death then the golfers in Many cases they did i i civic us n 111 re not. A a she would try again. She would not live without George. A we Are told everywhere to become american a Grace says. A a and this off hand in the course of casual Campaign speeches and without much thought either of the principal involved or of the amount of Money had a face value of $1500 and an when we do it is to clash with the that Wou a be necessary other suitor had already made a customs we Are told to forget. We a payment her smiles were of Young China cannot be both old passage our y Eto doubtful Only for George sue How Ever and and new. We must choose. And we he was not Rich. 1 Are Gigantic rum plot charged by newspaper dry statute evaded. It is alleged. By watering of imported liquor Stock by associated press leased wire new York. N a. July 2 7.�?the embargo recently placed on liquor importations by the government waa attributed by a new York newspaper new political Banner raised new York committee would have governor a immune from political influence it is because of the aggregate of senators who have got themselves into positions like this that the Bill will certainly pass if it is brought up. There then arises the question of what is to happen next. By far the Best guess is that president Harding Wall veto the Bill. To do otherwise Quot would put him in a very equivocal position. Most of the senators fully expect he will veto it but done to care much be cause All they want is an Opportunity to go on record in fulfilment of their pledges to their local common Send a representative to co operate with the Minnesota officials unless he decides to come hem himself. A Moat grateful for your assistance and co operation toward the securing of a Coal Supply a governor my master said. A if i cannot arrange to Confer with you personally i will Send a assurances that the interstate Commerce commission will do everything possible to furnish transportation for the haul of Coal from the non Union Fields of Virginia to Lake in Tuc Clay from Chicago. Or. Jewell and his colleagues went into conference with the president at la a. In. Shortly after or. Cuyler had concluded an hour and a half a discussion of the strike situation with or. Harding. Cuyler awaits future or. Cuyler on leaving the White House said he had presented the j viewpoint of the Railroad manage ments and that he would remain in thirst forces Man who held Washington a to await the pleasure state police at Bay til ill of the president a but that there had teen Days to give up i been no development in the situation. J or. Cuyler indicated that he would by associated press leased wire i return to the White House for an Hinton. W. A. July 27 a John i a Thor conference after the president i had discussed the situation with the r redeem a the insane Man who bar i strike leaders. Pressed for an Opin Ricadel himself in his House for thir i Jan As to whether seniority was the teen Days resisted the efforts of Dep j sole stumbling Block in the War Erie ports for water shipment to the head of the lakes was made by dislodge Fredeking. Stepped to the Uty sheriffs and state police to a Reat him after he had killed one Man wounded four others this morning appeared at the front door threw up his hands and asked for a drink of water. Two troopers who with other officers have resorted to every known settlement he said he had seen i statement from or. Jew Ell on j Point and could not say the. A. W Hether it was the position to v the unions. Jewell is silent on leaving the White House after Clyde b. Aitchinson of the interstate Commerce commission in a Telegram Means Short of firing the House to an by or Anc a half conference or. 1 jews Ell and his assistants said that they would again meet with or. Door got him the water he craved and then led him to the county jail. New York n. Y., july 27.�?a new Standard has been raised in the reelection political skirmish it became known today when a group of new Yorkus a Oneo modernists expressed cities. This aspect of the matter j they Hope soon to have a consider however has a bearing on the pos i Able Supply moving by rail from the Sivility of passing the Bill Over the Virginia Fields to Lake Erie. Or. Presidents veto. Some senators who i Bowen has declared that should this we ill vote for the Bill when it first i movement go under Wray the fuel received this morning. Or Aitchison i he refused to answer their questions declared that the commission realizes and appeared to be dazed physicians the need of this Asp rotation and j we re summoned from the Hinton Hospital we Here they had been treating the men wounded in the firing comes up will thereafter refuse to help pass the Bill Over the presidents veto. Just How Many senators there Are in this particular position cannot be said definitely. The writer be difficulties will be for the greater part removed within six weeks. Hoover outlines plans in a message received by Gover their intention of attempting to put j Nieves in the lower House the strength i nor Preus from Herbert Hoover Sec a business Man a immune from Polit j of the advocates of the Bill is enough lean influence in the governors to provide the two thirds vote necessary to overcome the veto. As to the a. Ltd Senate the Best judgment is that this the announcement said simply. A body would not pass the bin Ove chair today to a successful plot by a huge veto. The one new Cie premiums for Spring wheat tay crop is in great dem and with Millers forcing the Market upward by associated press Tjoa of wire Minneapolis Minn. July 27�?good pc a wheat was Choice today Millers r a the premiums for Moc of it i bitter in Tho Case of son a Bright t Lium Grade Quality. There Wacl enough desirable Quality in it re m in it a Market. Durum wheat of to r. Were Light and in fair to it it i of demand if showing Good Quality i w were slow and easy it Tern wheat prices were unsettled end demand for yellow Nua Liry War w dark Type was in fair demand a 1 not offered very freely. More steel Mills in Ohio May close Ria Scarcity stops work Bootleg Combine by which a liquor warehouses which had bulged with imported wanes and whiskey now bulge with barrels of a Lack of convicting evidence alone a says the newspaper a prevents the government from officially revealing one of the biggest liquor scandals since from. August to the end of december last year $5,500,000 Worth of liquors were imported and stored in government warehouses. Mostly along the Atlantic Seaboard and during the twelve months of 1921 liquor importations the Story says More than doubled those of 1920. Since permits to withdraw the liquors were necessary no alarm was Felt Over the j incoming tide of whiskey and wine. But the bootleggers Are alleged to have waived the use of permits and developed the practice of watering j their visible Stock. Under the Law if anybody a an a i to import liquor store it in a a Are House then change his mind and Export the stuff Back whence it came nobody has violated any Section of the statutes intended to make the country alcoholic ally arid. And if changing of wine or whiskey into water is carried out then the weaker fluid is what goes Back to wet countries. While the stronger goes Down Tbs throats of americans the Story says. Alabama Elfreed on Charre of murder professional men and women issued Ament in the situation is the possibility Call for a convention to be held on i in the near future of the payment by great Britain to Hie United states of october 2 in new y Ork for the purpose of nominating for the governorship an Independent business Man candidate immune from political in i the Chappell a part of great Britain a War debt. Payment would help Bill if great Britain should actually pay us a considerable sum before the rotary of Commerce or. Hoover outlines the administration s plan of cooperation with the state administrators showing especially that the state will have the administrations effective assistance in he Dis Tribu i Tion of Coal to transportation and Public utilities and governmental institutions. This work or. Hoover said is entirely in the hands of the presidential committee on Coal distribution which is now co operating with Coal operators and with the interstate clearly Commerce commission in an endear of the past Days and dressed a Bullet wound in Fredeking a right Arm and another injury in his right shoulder. Farmers Are growing anxious Oyer strikes of Coal and rail men Harding at 2 30 p. In. They added they did not know whether any other besides themselves would participate in the afternoon meeting. Or. Jewell acting As spokesman for the group said the morning conference was confined to a general Dis Craion of the strike situation. The labour let aders endeavoured to give the president their views As to the controversy or. Jewrell said declining to be drawn out by questions As to details of the conference. In View of president Harding s statement that the rights of men at work and the rights of strikers must alike be protected fade yesterday in a message to the chairman of the railroads publicity association it was believed that any agreement must include respect for the rights of men now w orking As Well As the rights of strikers. Board Only intermediary in his statement president Harding committee includes George Bonus Bill comes up for final action i writer Frank Craven a or if it should have become clearly. Tor Elsie f Erguson actress. Ruth evident that great Britain is going i or to secure the Coal from the mines Hale Wallace Irwin w Riters Mary it to pay the advocates of the Bonus i at a fair Price Nash actress George Palmer put would immediately seize upon that. I Nam publisher Edward Streeter writer Charles Hanson Towne critic h. Witwer humorist and Whitney Warren architect. Wilson note draws answer Nash actress George Palmer put i would immediately seize upon that. They would say that this Money would provide enough for at least a first instalment in paying the Bonus and that subsequent receipts of Cash from great Britain or from our other european debtors would take care of future instalments on the Bonus. Advocates of the Bill would say that this unexpected appear Nee of new Cash in the Treasury would meet or. Harding s objection that the Bill must not be passed unless the Cash to pay it is available. Of Vardaman says mississippians do not need former presidents advice sure town. O. July 27.�?possibility of further curtailment of steel Mill operations Here this week arid of it Sale shutdowns next month in id the fuel shortage continue Warren by Plant operators Here today. Executive admit that the Coa receipts Are a drop in the bucket a compared with actual needs. Another Mast Furnace of the Brier Hill steel compar May be banked a any hours it was said. While at toe Republic Iron Blee company offices it was said schedule also May be curtailed plants of the Youngstown it 1 Rand to a company and of the a to Orl it oration Are better supplied with Reserve Coal and will be Able to Kep up present operations for a Lim by associate d a tvs leased wire Montgomery. Ala., july 27.�?mildred Brewer 16, was today at Liberty in the custody of her Mother having been freed at a secret trial yesterday before judge Lee Holloway in juvenile court of the charge of killing a. Portis Mckeithen husband of her Cousin. According to Temple Seibels. County solicitor the Brewer girl testified that while they were motoring Mckeithen seized her by the Waist. Drew a revolver and announced he today baseball american league Boston too 200 o Chicago too too 2 Karr and Ruel. Leverette Schupp and Schalk. Jackson. Miss. July 27�?stung by the opposition to his candidacy for the United states Senate As contained in a letter received from former president Wilson by or. Caleb of Vicksburg former senator James k. Vardaman today issued a 1200 word Washington. Too 210 statement in which he said he did Detroit too 010 not believe missis simians need be told Zachry and Picinich. Ehmke Cole by or. Wilson whom they shall vote and Woodall. For j or. Vardaman said that or. Wil-1 a Ladelphia 002 400 sons letter states his conclusions 1 a Eye land. _ 00 Oto Hoover asks states to help Coal rationing by associated press leaded wire Washington d. C., july 27.�?favor-the Federal machinery for emergency control of Coal distribution completed by president Harding a appointment of a Central committee of departmental Heads the government today looked to the states for co operation to but the scheme into operation. Immediately after being named chairman of the governmental committee yesterday Secretary Hoover at the request of the president asked governors to set up the necessary organization in each state for insuring equitable distribution and the maintenance of fair prices for Coal for local needs under the administration s plan. At the same time the co operation of the several transportation regulatory boards was requested by interstate Commerce commissioner Aitchinson another member it the com Mittee. By associated it is leased wire Chicago. 111., july 27�?reports from thirteen state to Secretary W. Coverdale of the american farm Bureau federation show that Farmers Are becoming anxious Over the i again pointed to the Railroad Board As continuance of the Coal and rain the Agency through which the differ strikes. Federation officials in Iowa i fences of strikers and railroads would Washington Wisconsin and Illinois be finally adjusted. He indicated he reported a shortage of Coal. Would ask the Board to Grant the in Wisconsin it was declared the showmen a rehearing although he farm shipments a re limited this Aid the decisions of the Railroad a season and no car shortage had been Felt for that reason. Conditions were Normal in North Dakota. Helpless watchers see bather drown Bor Board Are in compliance with a mandate of the Law making body of the United government and local officials in various cities were preparing to mobilize resources at their command in response to the interstate Commerce commission s orders concerning j transportation of fuel and food by Assoria Ted press leased wire stuffs. Winona Minn., july 2 7�?emit minor developments included Dis Meier. Is an office employee at a i orders at widely battered Points a local factory was drowned last eve i walkout of 300 showmen on the Phil ening when he stepped into a deep Hole while bathing in the Mississippi River a Short distance above the interstate Bridge Here. Almost a score of spectators on delphic and Reading railway not hitherto affected by the strike several arrests on varying charges issuance of an injunction or two and service of eviction notices on for the Bridge saw Meier who could not Mer employees occupying railway swim go Down but were Power a company dwellings less to save him. Efforts to recover the body have been unsuccessful. Intended to kill her. She tried to wrest the pistol from him. She Testi fled and in the scuffle the weapon an j serving White people of Mia without giving reason therefore. Or. Wilson a letter contained the statement that the former president thought it would be a a great detriment to Mississippi if he Vardaman were returned to the the former senator said a i can Only assume that his opposition is for the same reason that he opposed me in 1918, when he said he would be obliged to accept my election As a condemnation of my his or. Vardaman said or. Wilson a opposition is founded upon the fact hat a i performed my duties As senator with the intention of pleasing Naylor and Perkin Coveleskie Bagby and of Neill Sewell. Effort to stimulate Coal mining succeeds Washington d. july 27.�?favorable reaction to the governments of i fort to stimulate Coal production new York n i de Pite Miner strike was seen to St. Louis of Shawkey and Schang in glider and Severeid. National league was discharged. Weather report South Dakota partly Cloudy tonight and Friday probably 3howers in South and Centra portions tonight and Friday probably tort. Sippi and not to please or flatter the occupant of the White o a trolley strike 131 pends Chicago. 111., july 27.�?warning to prepare for a Street car strike next tuesday morning was issued by Willers / Lam Quinlan president of the sur ppr Fri Yirk in. St. Louis. 403 0 Newyl Ork. 214 4 Stewart. Pertica North. Sherdel. And Ainsmith Barnes and Smith. Cincinnati. 102 020 ooo�?5 7 i Philadelphia too too 60x�?6 9 2 Luque. Keck and Hargrave Meadows and Henline. 204 too Boston. Too 310 050 Aldridge Cheeves of fare Marquard. Oeschger Miller and of Neill. \ Pittsburgh at Broklyn postponed in i a. Day in figures assembled by the railroads showing that 13,083 cars of Coal were loaded on monday at operating mines As compared with 9,860 cars last saturday and with a daily average of 10,914 cars during the six working Days previous to saturday. Blunders Farrington Calls Oft c03ibination of 3flneus St. Louis. Mo., july 27�?president Frank Farrington president of the Illinois state miners today rescinded his Call for a state miners convention at Peoria August 3. He said tvs action was taken because of what he termed a premature newspaper announcements of the Iii a statement issued this morning or. Farrington said that statements made to the associated press by member of his executive Board had created a false impression As to i a Ltd a workers evicted at Casper wyo., former employees i of the Chicago. Burlington and Quincy were said to be preparing to move from dwelling houses owned by the company following eviction notices thirty four men formerly employed in the shops of the Banger and Aroostook Railroad at Derby Maine were allowed two weeks in which to vacate houses owned by a subsidiary company. Interference with mails was charged against seven men bound Over to the Federal District court at Augusta ga., six of the men were alleged to j be striking rum Runne Queen tells her Story on stand in new York f by associated press leased i ire new York n. July 27�?a romantic Story of liquor smugglers loading their cargo in Bermuda under direction of a girl and making runs to the Shore of Long Island sound gun fights Federal agents Why u this wrong the answer will be found among to Dave a want ads. And seizures by has been revealed in the arraignment of mrs. Edith Stevens 19, in Brooklyn on an indie ment charging conspiracy to smug. Liquor into new York from Ber
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