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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - July 30, 1921, Mitchell, South Dakota
The evening Republican City edition vol xxxv Imitchell s. D. Saturday july 30,1921 number 232russia frees american prisoners West moves East crack train robbed Manhattan limited Premier flier held up in a wilds Quot of Pennsylvania Bullet wounds clerk is i i St robbery or Mai time in history of puts. Iii Hoh division. Or x Timo itt etl i a i eat re a a str Pittsburgh. A. July 30.�?the Manhattan limited Premier train of the Pennsylvania line Enro Ute from new York to Chicago was held up by four bandits at Cassandra pa., at 2 40 of clock hits morning. After wounding a. J Ogintz. A mail clerk and rifling the mail car. The robbers escaped. The robbery occurred Between Gal-1 it zen and Cassandra while the train was in motion two robbers having boarded the train when it stopped to drop tin a a Helper an engine which assists heavy passenger trains Ever Mountain grades. They climbed Down Over the Coal in the tender and while the other two were at work in the mail car. Ordered til Engineer to Stop the train. This lie did and at almost the same moment a series of shots sounded from the mail car. Hold l p seven it Lurk. Two of the bandits upon boarding the ear. Ordered seven mall of res to throw up their hands. They quickly complied and the bandits selecting Lentz demanded to know from him where the valuable mail was kept. Lentz told them there was no valuable mail on Board at which on the bandits opened lire on him. Shooting him through both legs. Then selecting a a k of foreign registered mail til two robbers and their two companions on the locomotive dropped off at Cassandra. Federal and county authorities and St it police wee soon searching til Mountain country and a mail bag Slit open and empty was found soon after Day Light. Loot la i know ii. Neither Railroad my civil authorities were Able Early today to Civ an estimate of the value of the loot. La ut�?�., til wounded mail clerk in expected to recover Thompsontown a officials of the in Cju Road Here said that the list of a mail train in tory of the Pittsburgh Manhattan limited Anil twentieth Century Len it w York Centi ii Iii a eighteen hour Schedut War. Poth trains a re aft r to e War War a c hour be Heiob. A ays theatres going to Wall to Al in it i ii la hum Pii. Is of Moi Ion pm i Iii it nil i w to pleads pox i it x la by Long the of t t a but thy a la of a i, xxx ire i Washington. I it. July 2 a flub i hearings on tax revision Wert la cd today by the House ways and Means committee which will Star drafting the new Revenue Bill after hearing Secretary Mellon. Internal Lvi Nile commissioner Blair and other Treasury officers in executive mod. Beginning monday. Chairman Kordi Tey said t inlay it probably would take three weeks to or f the Bill before the homa. The majority members of the Cornu Lite have As yet had no conferences to agree upon a revision program and a video e of a difference of opinion among the til has not been lacking Aii of the republicans have not yet agreed to the Treasury proposal to repeal the excess profits tax and i list it Ute an increase in the Normal i to on . But leaders believe this program will prevail. A reduction in the surtax brackets to a maximum of at least 40 per cent i is forecast. So far the weeks family seems to be the first to get its House cleaning done disarmament would Boom Trade Haim laying Down weapons would mean More european Money released to buy american goods xxx a Sivington c it n i ii la e n t k will Vijh As important a Versailles. Sillivan says steel Wall is foil to Ethan Bank vegas an unsuccessful attempt to Rob the vault of the Security state Bank at Ethan about Midnight last night it was Learned hum morning when Frank Green town marshal c. In a. Brecken reds give us u. S. Hostages to get food bolshevik accept hoovers Oiler to assist starving millions off b Toman tells How echoes of her voice saved her after Days on Mountain ledge i Ier \ a Iii Iii Oil in a i car a Suray Falls Alta july 3ti a f of i mrs. Xvi. Can Day eau Era aft due Ala. Resting a mount ban til shrill of. An improvised ii described found of her voice a anti r life Pur Lafaytt ind., he Moua i bad t h a i n i i g 111 calculated r and mrs. Attempt to i 1 like the great majority of t who had gone before most with a it Ltd sought removal of the Tux from thir particular industries. But. As it hair Ryan Fidney pointed out few suggestions Wen offered As to How the loss Iii Revenue proposed was to but mad up. William a. Brady of new York. And other a poke men for the moving picture Industry including theatres. Asked that the theatre scat tax the five in or cent sales tax on till Rind the ten per cent admission tax in removed. They declared the Industry was in worse Chape than my other in the country with four thousand theatres already closed and Many others planning to shut Down next month. Or. Brady said the High Sal tries of movie stars had disappeared in the lust year. The National manufacturers association urged repeal of the excess profits lax and the higher brackets in la surtax. Substituting a general turnover or sales tax. While representatives of the fur Industry asked repeal or modification of the tax on their products a a u a Clifford Sterna left this morning for Alexandria where he will visit friends for a Day stoic in at How it by the multitude of prs and re echoing saved r her husband president University of perished in climb. And after so a s in a perilous cd searching party i a Ltd Lable course t hot i i would take in the a my mount Burion. Rom a Point of Vantage the searchers had scoured every Side with their Glassjr without a sight of anything. The n. As they decided to go on. One member of the party thought he heard the cry of a woman from afar listening intently the searcher again. A minute inspection glasses revealed far below the Canyon the form of to hour inter mrs Stone cd. At different periods �T�1 ii r nit with All had. Expecting that might i heard and rescued or. Ton within a five minute climb of the top of the hitherto unscaled Mountain the goal which in and his wife had set when his death occurred. The Accident happened on july it or. And mrs. Stun expected to make the climb Rex at the top anti then it Back to the food Cache that night. Or. Stone was climbing about. I cheerfully and unhesitatingly when i without a word of warning a Farewell of any kind. Not even i sign. Ii plunged Over her head to the below la full fully opinion of his wife. Roc to. Allow la ill a i when Fie Point to und att and Cromi Miwa i lift to Clift do licit Iii Mou mat owned not know Way. In. She old dec High. Heard it with Benami across a woman was rest u a trick a Ami on Tam. An i below to i fallen. How mrs. Stone i on a i cd of Rock a she could prove i that position she spent eight Days had no food but during til in i of every Day when the Sun was a tiny Stream of melted my a a j trickling Down. Dom enough thai i could refresh herself she never gave up the tight. Every Day she cried for help j it was because of tills spirit thai eventually was discovered during the time mrs. Stone Lay on j the ledge Clouds often surrounded the i Mountain tops and frequently wind and storm accompanied by lightning and Thunder broke about her. Long before help arrived she had about despaired of Ever boing rescued but her remarkable stamina carried her through. On Friday night by a Creed March Hhd an . 8 Days deadly >1 Akk Sillivan National political correspondent of the Republican. It Washington i it. A. July 30.�?Washington understands the importance of the coining disarmament conference although it seems the country does not because the disarmament con Ferenze is dramatically staged and because it conies afterwards the world thinks of it As much less important than the peace conference. The fact is not apparent now but it will be before the end of the year. That the disarmament conference in we Ashington is to be fully As important As the peace conference. Some of the most thoughtful statesmen in America and in Europe men 1 entirely without partisan Bias believe that the fundamental mistake of the peace conference Lay in its attempting two things. It attempted i in the first place to Lay Down the b ring for ending the War. And. In the second place it attempted to set up a scheme for the permanent management of the world in times of peace. These two purposes were irreconcilable and it was tile Effort to handle them As one that led to most of the difficulty. Ending xxx a 11 sop purpose the peace conference ought to have provided for the ending of the War and for All that pertained specifically to that purpose. It ought also to Haw provided for the management of the world during the two or three or five years it would take for War actually to disappear and peace to come at the end of this period was i and is the time for a second conference which shall look not to the past but to the future and shall direct itself a to the settlement of War but to the perpetuation of peace. For Hie peace conference to attempt to Lay Down the terms for ending the War. Ami also to attempt to set up a soil in for permanent management the world in tunes of peace was. Las orc statesman expressed it. Like i holding a discussion about the future management of a ship at a time when a violent storm was on. The belief of this statesman was and still is that the peace conference should merely have set Down the terms of peace Ridge and j. J. Xxx Aiters Bank and Alfred Tietze came to Mitchell in search of two Harvest hands whom they thought to be the would be robbers. The bandits attempted to enter the Bank by prying Loose a number of bricks in the Back Wall of the Bank with a Crow bar instead of risking discovery by making an entrant through the front door. Their venture failed however when they struck the steel Wall of re vault after removing bricks from a space that was Large enough for a Man to t Rawl through two unknown men accosted Alfred Tietz of Ethan on fit Street As he drove into town about 12 30 this morning and asked him to drive them to Tripp. When he refused they Tau All Yankees freed prompt negotiations for assistant Are desired by most Roxy k men i f says begged him to take them at least far As Parkston. Tietze said but again he refused. The strangers told him Tietze said. That they had been thrown off the North bound passenger train when it reached Ethan and Hail no Money their Way further. An offer to him Foi them to Tripp made Tietz their veracity. Vex a Hen the attempt robbery was discovered this morning. Tietze immediately concluded that the men who had evidenced anxiety to leave Ethan at 12 30 a. Rn., were the would be thieves and Cam to Mitchell to look Over the Harvest hands camping j along the Milwaukee tracks to i in tiny the men. The suspects were not found. Today a baseball xxi Elk it a left i in St Louis Boston game postponed wet grounds. Flex Dan. New x Ork. A Ove a sri or Stawkey i Loriman in a if�2 en2�?4 0 Lino of i oho i to Ami o Neill Nunatak i Ferguson Ami seining. A Ltd oui iou to on Page two shish t he Mui had Rais vigor she a time it would be of Huron. T thought to or. And i so k an i. Name of ii was found right of Way Nutt ii Western West of Liuro the Coroner a Lead about end re a beaded xxx ire july 30.�?a Man give been a Harvest work trying concealed in his xxx. Xxx card bearing the t Foote issued july 20. Dead last night on the of the Chicago and railway seven Miles r j const head cd it rods killed a ral lid he St Aid the Man Hail been it Days. The body was posed and the e torn and crush is suppose when he no add re was Riding the thrown off anti ii Foi my tin Hie governor risks life to Rescue Man from Pool i Xii fast five pm eng is after drowning xxx i ter joke of passerby first game Chicago. Philadelphia Kerr vex Wilkinson and to Keefe and Perkins Ojo Ojo Jook too i 02 i�3�? Schalk my att. Second game Chicago. Philadelphia. Faber. A a Ork io2 0 j2 of of too Otto of and Schulk a Wolfe. And Perkins. Myall. -1 let Rod. I Washington. Leonard and Picinich. T of 020 Pussies Johnson and Fly a Mir Lutc limb lenses xxx re a Riga let via. July 30.�?the offer of j Herbert Hoover to Aid Russia in relieving suffering due to famine on condition that All americans now held prisoners in Russia be released has been accepted by the russian authorities. Who suggest immediate negotiations in order to realize speedy assistance. According to a dispatch from the hosta news Agency of Moscow j received Here today. J the text of the reply made in Hoof Leo Kameneff lira of the non partisan non political famine Relief committee is As follows Quot the russian govern pm. Upon learning of the proposals made by Herbert Hoover in the name of roto1 american Relief association finds them quite acceptable including the ques taking ton of the release of american Titi a on by j the russian government considers it necessary to accept the exact conditions of which the immediate releases Are to begin. Quot its humane intentions guarantee the feeding medical Aid and clothing if the million children and invalids for this purpose the russian government considers it useful that or. J Brown or any other person authorized for til negotiations should immediately come to Moscow Riga or i leva i. I Quot the russian soviet government expects a Quick reply stating the Pine and time fur the negotiations signed Quot Kameneff m Kum clefts reply was sent to Maxim Gorky and to the soviet this i Sam Iii lout Boi pm delivery the \ through the american Relief organisation. According to the local bolshevik legation. The soviet officials Are understood to believe that their acceptance will j not Only bring the needed famine Relief but also open channels if future relations Between Russia and America. I the american government representatives in Riga consider the not of Leo Kameneff announcing acceptance of the american conditions for famine Relief As constituting also an answer to the demand i add by so rotary of state Hughes for til re lease of the american prisoners in. Russia. Supplies Short i the american Relief administration in the Baltic states is in no in i i i i to 13 3 liar a it 0 i j i i last y. A i too continued on Page three National Leager first game new a a Ork. Too too Ooi a i 0 2 at c Cincinnati. "21 300 02x�?x 12 i Toney. Ryan and Snyder. Gaston. Marquard and Wingo. X a a of intr a press demoted xxx ire Lake City l Tah. July 30. Lluc i it cd tile Elf a to my lion at mount Eanon lust sunday evening a guide found mrs Stone. Letting himself Down to the ledge with a rope he fastened it about her body a difficult task for she was badly bruised. Drawing her up to where a foothold could be gained. Be performed what general Mitchell described As a wonderful feat for he carried the unconscious woman Down the Sill of the Mountain in his Uritis. A thong ii mrs. Stone is now recovering and tin worst of her experiences arc Over the journey Back still ii s before her. The Trail to Banff is a Miles on pack horses beset with Many difficulties. She must be carried on Alyssa Stretcher every foot of the Way with 5, Joo feet. In the the exception of the Short Span of the lie a the body Marvel lakes. Ethan to stage Harvest fete Miti hell Orn i \ i. Ale boosters xxi bin d xxx i Al t Ike Dart i x i Ledr x i Ion Ethan of the Harvest will sur fes Ethan. S. Or. July 3o, be Host to to residents rounding territory at a to Val monday. August 15. Mitchell Corn Palace boosters Anil the Mitchell municipal band will take part in the Days program. Races a Ball game Between Ethan and Alexandria and a coloured minstrel entertainment will in included on the pro Gra in. La Salt governed Charles it. A Bey saved the life of John Petty in a swimming i Pool at Como Springs. Utah. Friday according to word by ought Back Here today. A the governor with other state official following an inspection of the roads in Morgan county decided to take ii swim. Petty who could not swim was standing on the Bank when a passer by thoughtlessly push him into the water. His cries attracted governor my Bey. Who immediately swam to Bis Rescue and with thaid of Milton Croft. Succeeded in jetting him ashore. Petty was revived after first Aid treatment had been admin i Isle red. George Kelly Bangs i out his 18 the Homer a a first Gam Philadelphia Chicago Meadows and Daly. 200 02 iof i lot and buggy i Boston. Pittsburgh Oeschger Schmidt. 002�?t 14 32x�?x 14 i Alexander padlock door of s. F. Press Eli xxx returns from of a x to Al no news pkg Plant loser to him. Ami 00 let 000�?1 n to too too ooo�?0 4 i of Neil Cooper and second game Philadelphia. Chicago. Ring and Peters Daly. Second game new x Ork. Cincinnati. Barnes and Smith and Hargrave. 222 of. Too of Freeman Aud Oil 25. Lilt of ,u4 we. Eller. Brooklyn St. Louis Grimes demons i and Miller i k oooo and weather report Uncle Sam to care for tubercular vets tar of British and French Row subsides my x <, cd preen leafed xxx ire xxx a Drington. D. C., july 3��?com- Fol to agreement was reached Yeater to Day by the Louuse and Senate conferees on the Sweet Bill to Consoli it Dat the various government agencies i i dealing with former soldiers. Endert the Senate provisions making the i veterans Bureau Independent Dij re Fly under the president will be j retained. The agreement also provides thut tilt Burden in All cases of mental and tuberculosis patients Are claimants shall for two years be upon the government the House toil crees refusing to agree unless a time limit was place to. X a a pm it cd i Rex i ruse xxx ire i London. Eng. July 30.�?the tension Between great Britain and i Ranee Over the procedure to in followed in settling the plier silesian problem has materially lessened. British officials de lured this morning. Wiver is crushed to death in runaway Cincinnati. It july 30.�?george Kelly of the new a a Ork nationals j knocked out his eighteenth Home run generally fair to a of the season in til fourth inning of of scr tonight East j the second game with Cincinnati to Tulay. West and j Day. There was one in too Neseab. I la Iii was pitching for Cincinnati. Pick i i. Weekly i Grei we i Washington. A. July 30. South Dakota night Ami sunday portion warmer North portions. 37 my associated pre leaded xxx ire new x Ork City. July 30.�?babe Ruth made his thirty seventh Home run of the season in the sixth in a Tou Falls. 8. La. July 30.�?possibility that the Sioux Falls press. Whose publication was suspended yesterday morning following seizure by the sheriff of Minnehaha county would by to opem d Aud published by the receivers was expressed this morning. Deputy Sheritt Wold. After the presses ceased their regular run Fri Day morning placed padlocks on the doors and barred employees and the Public from the building. George xxx. Egan. Publisher Mist $37,000 to Over indebtedness now held both Sioux Falls National Bank. The period of suspension of the Plant is undetermined but in the event of egans failure to meet Bis obligations the property will go to sheriffs Sale about August 4. It is reported. Or. Egan has returned to Sioux j Falls from Omaha but was unable to get into the Pant on his return the seizure of Iii press thursday afternoon by sheriff Eva Riisness was accomplished to a judgment of 31�?T -5x5.15 and costs rendered in the co Ning of the game with Cleveland to j court Here october 12. 1921 Day. No one was on Isis. Cd Veleski was pitching. Xxx n r predictions for the week to ginning monday Are i Ppd Mississippi and lower Mississippi valleys generally fair with temperature nearly or slightly below Normal. % local to a Jmwa Tirc by the Republican recording thermometer Blind hero of the Argonne kidnaps italian Bride Friday 3 p. In. Saturday 6 9 12 til m. Iii. Do he Quot to 7 6 Huron. S. I july 3u.�?albert Gill 22. Of Hitchcock was instantly killed late yesterday afternoon when the team be was driving became frightened and bolted throwing him under the Wagon and badly crushing his body by the official to a. A a 12 3 p government 6 7 6 2 in in Iii in in. 7 6 ther 74 i i n Tome ter from noon today. Maximum 91. Minimum 66. Noon today noon yesterday to my ack Volsted Ere ceased xxx ire new x Ork City. July 30.�?Salvatore Filippo Blind hero of the Argonne found nearly As Many thrills in his Post War Romance As he did in the xxx orld War. He said today in arriving i rom Italy with his Brid. Ii was blinded by wounds received in rescuing a Comrade from no Many a land in the Argonne. A year ago he went to Italy and became charmed by the soft voice of Isabelle Bruna and began to woo her. Hor Fainer objected St Salvatore and Isah Ila were secretly married. One Day Isabella a relatives broke int the House stabbed Salvatore Aud Bure away the girl. A i vat be induced her to visit him aboard the argentin Aslo wok about to sail for Home. He told her the ship sailed at 4 p. Iii. At that hour Isabella discovered they were Twenty Miles at san. She did not speak to him for a few Days. Salvatore said hut on arrival Here they were on honeymooning terms favor of the plaintiff in the a a a a a the Sioux Falls National bunk Egan suit being Brough Quot ii Cellule notes alleged to Cox or in Ivow cd Money greeks steal March on turkish army my a mud jul re a i a Ysel xxx Rry London ens. July 36 the greeks have made Surprise Landing at three Points Oil the Black sea coast of Anatolia according i the daily mails constantinople Corr pendent. One objective is to it behind the turkish forces Al is mid my Cut off its Retreat. It is also thought probable the greeks will push southward an harrows the retreating right Wing a of the turkish army
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