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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - June 1, 1921, Mitchell, South Dakota
Vol Xxxvii c.v1un1ing publican City edition Mitchell s. D. Wednesday june i 1921 no. 175 hued n the two thir Lff f wage lopped off rail Roll itemized list of reduction As it affects each employee. Announced Cut averages 12 pct. Compares with 21 percent raise granted about one year ago shall we so soon forget to whom we owe our uber a i by associated pre leased m ire Chicago Iii., june two thirds of the wage into ruse grunted Railroad a ploys la4 july by the Railroad labor Board was ordered deducted beginning july i in Hie Board s decision announced today. From the wage increase lad year of my too too a year for Railroad labor. Nearly $00,000,000 will be Cut it is estimated. In the ease of the general class of maintenance of Way labourers the entire increase of 8 cents an hour was withdrawn. The decreases it is estimated eventually Wilt affect two million men. The general average decrease is placed at 12 cents As compared with an average of 21 per tent increase grunted last july. Ii. E. Byram president of Chi Eago Milwaukee and St. Paul and s. M. Felton president of the Chicago great Western declared that the reductions granted were a not sufficient to meet the demands of tile list of reductions following Are Hie reductions compared with to increase a year a ordered for some of the principal classes of Railroad employees in the order of increase granted a year ago and decrease effective july i fp2l clerks hours13 cents of a cents. Maintenance o Way labourers hour $ it cents 8 cents. Track foremen 11011to cents. Signal department hour 8 cents. Shop crafts hour13 cents. Teleg Raphers hour to edits. Passenger engineers and s firemen Day 80 cents to rents hour. Freight engineers and firemen it Day 1.04, 8 cents hour. Yard engineers and firemen hour i cents 8 cents hour. Passenger conductor and brakeman month $30, 7 it cents hour. Freight conductors and brakeman a Lay 8 cents a hour. Yard conductor and brakeman of ii our i scents. 8 cents hour. Stationary engineers firemen and oilers hour 13 cents. 8 cents hour. Hustlers outside Day , 8 cents hour. Mollers inside Day $1.44, 8 hour. Reduction per hour for plates of employees follows to cent 13 cents. Cents 8 cents c Harding asks sweeping Cut in rail rates president seeks interstate Commerce body querying As to action taken big slash promised government has attained much More for the Public than people know and what Are we doing toward the e and that it shall not happen again wheat Price soars again nine cent Rise takes place today in Chicago pit following May leap tues. Clerical and station forces storekeepers. Chief clerks mid clerical supervisory forces six cents. Clerks two or More years experience a six cents. Clerks More than one and less than two years experience �?13 cents. Clerks less than one year a a 6 cents. Train callers announcers and Gate men to ruts. Janitors Telephone operators and waybill clerks to cents office boys and others under 18�? a cents. Station and warehouse Reight handlers�?6 cents. Sealers and food inspectors one cent above freight handlers and Alsoe Edores two cents above freight handlers common labourers around stations Titt Ware houses. Cents. Of in Rah War it Chicago., Iii., june new soaring prices Iii the wheat Market took place today the july delivery rising 7 3-4 to 1.3g i i a Bushel shortly after midday. Bullish crop reports together with european buying appeared to be largely responsible. According to a h adding crop expert cellist tile probable yield of the Domestic i Winter crop is 23,000,000 bushels Lea various than what was indicated a month ago. Moreover Selling pressure today was unusually Light bears seeming to have been rendered cautious by i heir losses i yesterday in tin Windup of Hie May delivery. Later the Market went still higher reaching 1.37 1-2, tin top Price yet for july this season ail extreme jump of nine cents a Bustle compared with yesterday finish. Eastern filters us Well tis foreign interests were said to have been buyers. _ o concert Singer in cell leads singing of throng outside Black Johns Bugle Call is Camp Echo to the boys of �?T61 Negrov Veteran of civil War thickly badged from years of g. A. R. Encampments is picturesque figure among old soldiers Here main ten no of Way and forces structural i construction foremen to cent. Assistant foremen hoisting Engil Frank deers and Bridge inspector to cent Section foremen to cent. Building mechanics to cents. Building Mechanic helper�?7 it rents. Track labourers 8 i cents. I by annotated i Reaa leaded Quot ire fort Dodge. La. June persons gathered around the county building in tile heart of the business District lure last night and led by a voice from the jail on the fourth floor it f the building Sang America Quot an Impromptu closing of memorial dust exercises in fort i Midge. The Man who led the singing is Egan who i serving a jail sentence on a charge of bootlegging. Egan at one time was a concert Singer Aud since his incarceration has been giving nightly concerts. So Large have been the crowd that gather to hear him sing. Extra police officers have crossing i been necessary to keep traffic open. A to a Bridge tenders pumper watchmen�?8 i cents. Labourers around shop to cents. Submarines collide. Shop employees Tokio Japan May 31.�?six supervisory forces 8 cents. App submarines have collided machinists boiler mailers it Cetera. Or naval manoeuvre off the coast of All crafts. 8 cents. K iut Hiu and one of them has been Japa Dur 8 and apprentices and Helper far cleaners 6 i cents. Telegraph operators Talap sonars agouti Teleg Raphers telephones Power men and agents except non Tele graph �?0 cents. Agents. Non Telegraph a a cents. Seriously damaged. As a result the proposed Ion dts unc cruise of thee Craft has been postponed. Engineer service employees passenger service engineers and Motorman firemen helpers g cats. A a a done Blower 20 year in de Regear Katimy ail 20 year in de Soi Jcrus Home and a Ain t got tru Blu win briefly that is the Carcer of Comrade John Field the Black bugler of the soldiers Home at hot Springs who is in Mitchell to attend the 3xth annual Encampment a or the ii. A. It Aud Vav. It. Which opened Bere ibis morning and will c ii Tine until Friday afternoon. Comrade Field a the complexion of a chocolate drop and most of his Teeth Are missing. When lie blows fits old Bra Bugle Bis wrinkled Cheeks puff out like a pair of Bellows. A fall but right out cd do co in Field onto do Battlefield and a name am John Field. Til Veteran bugler Shook with amusement Over the coincidence. A a to ree year in de Katimy during de Wall 20 year in de Reg Lar Katimy and 30 Vur at de butlers a Home and in be seventy six it eur old a John said. Has collection of Gold us Black John is making a collection of Gold to cart around i ii him the rest of his lib am wants it burled with him when to Dies. Digging Down into the pocket of Bis buggy trousers he fished out a plump Well worn Wallet. A a Here a de Ruby ring Foma sunday Gal and de tuft ii cent do mond Foma monday girl Ami he uhf a 20 dollars of Gold Tat a fetched Zuten de Bank be Blay. A a Abbot Dis heal by Niou for 32 John continued. Hashing a huge White St. Be set in a heavy Gold mounting. A huge watch and Chain made from the firm Gold taken from Hie Black Hills and another watch of lesser size Ami weight a collection of agates Ami coins arc included among his treasures. Covered with badges the front of Tbs jacket is almost hidden under an array of badge of every description the accumulation of year of conventions. A Dis heat Ain t ail tse got. Holm confided. A tse got flt a Mon badge at Home and lots of odor truck. An Dis Heah Caba try tactics Book a been Biggin Aroun since 1890 a a John s narrative stopped when it came time for him to blow Assembly for the veterans to go to Hie memorial meeting at the City Hall. A want to know what did Bugle says when a blows Assembly it says oily 4morlafe l in run wire Washington d. C., june revision of Railroad rates particularly of those on necessities was discussed by president Harding today with member of the interstate Commerce commission at an informal conference at tile commission s Headquarters. The president was understood to have been assured that the whole subject now was under review by the commission. Or. Harding inquired particularly about Hie Prospect for modification of rates on fruits. Commission is Busy the commission officials Are understood to have told him that they were making considerable Progress on a plan for obtaining voluntary reductions in some rate through concerted action by the carriers. It was said that this movement and the general work of ironing out inequalities had gone much further than information hitherto Given to the Public had indicated. Details As to this however were not made Public. Or. Harding walked from Bis office to the commission a distance of three blocks virtually unrecognized by select crowds. Or. Harding requested that lie he Given Opportunity to talk to All the members together. Tin president after making several inquiries expressed gratification to learn that the on Mission already was at work on a revision of rates and was said to have been particularly pleased at the suggestion of a voluntary agreement among carriers to Naak the desired r eduction. Fumes sweep ten blocks after gun Battle Between troops Whites Ano Buck negroes attack on White girl rouses to a policeman kindles Battle by shool ing negro air planes and Machin guns figure in Street shambles of Yum done come now you come at All. You miss a Good meal of you miss Otis Call a a 76 g. A. R. Men Here seventy five members of the o. A. La. And 173 delegates of the w. It. Were enrolled Here this morning making tile largest Encampment enrolment in the past three years. Business occupied Hie session this morning and a joint memorial was held this afternoon. A reception and program will be held at the methodist Church at 8 of clock tonight. Mayor Bobb will Aie a address of Welcome. Representatives of both organizations her in their 38 annual Encampment will also speak. F. L. A Hurlburt department Cor Inlander of the g. A. In and mrs. Grace Gurney Yankton. Stale president of the w. It. G. Will respond. Thursday s program will begin with a breakfast at 7 of clock for the past department officers which will include the dedication of Hie Tablet bearing the names of Mitchell High school veterans Whit 11wa donated by the seniors of i 920. Thor will ii a Parade Iii the of i ter noon followed by a motor tour of Mitchell and picnic at West Side Park at a of clock served by the legion Aud auxiliary the Mitchell band will play it the Park. Mrs. W. It. Hill. Rev. W. S. Wagner Rev. J. M. Brady and governor my Mosier will speak in addition to a Reading by mrs. John Reedy of Mitchell there will be songs choruses. Germans rout polish troops pole attack is repulsed and victors follow up with counter offensive by \ not a try a l Renn Laird Quot in Annaberg Silesia june insurgents which attacked German de erase. Organization in ibis Little Village which is located about 17 Miles South East of Oppelo and East of Hie Oder River have been defeat j de Aud were retreating northwestward during the night. Bulletin Tulsa okla., june Nim men Are known to have been killed Iii the race clash that broke out Here last night and raged until noon today and chief of police Gustafson estimated the negro dead at sixty five. In addition scores of Whites and Groes have been wounded and practically tile entire negro Quarter is a mass of ruins the result of fire. Bulletin Tulsa okla. June i a major Charles w. Daley of the police Force this afternoon estimated the number of dead from the race clash Here at 173. La gave it As his opinion that a number of neg i had been burned to death when their Homes were swept by fire. Bulletin Tulsa ukla., june Law was declared in effect in this City and Tulsa county about noon today by state adjutant general F. Barrett following receipt of orders from governor j. B. A. Robertson directing that the military take Over the situation arising from a race clash that broke out last night and continued throughout the night and Early today. It is estimated that six Whites an unevenly negroes have been killed in the lighting with scores wounded. Ten blocks aflame Tulsa ukla., june ten Square blocks of the South Side of the negro Section of Tulsa where Ait armed conflict Bas been Iii Progress Between Whit men and negroes since Early last night resulting in the reported deaths of six White men and fifty negroes and a rapidly increasing list of wounded were in Haines today. I the afro was reported spreading and threatening to wipe out a White residency a Ion id the standpipe an Sun Iliff additions. Detachments of guardsmen were sea i red throughout i be City prepared to meet All engagement with machine guns ready foe action. Guards surrounded the armory while others assisted in rounding up the negroes and segregating them i the jail convention Ball baseball Park Aud other places which had been turned int prison Camps. State troops under the command of adjutant general F. Barret arrived at 9 of clock to take charge of the situation augmenting Bevil units of guardsmen who were called out i is night. At this time there were reports of sporadic shooting and the situation seemed to be easing. The trouble is reported to j mention Hall were of non combo Whit ants. Repeatedly grim faced me heavily armed whirled up to the b Hall directly from the scene of figh ing. With them closely guard were negro prisoners captured i guns during the fray. Fires rate All morning fire continued to rage All morn no in the negro Section hut at 11 30 a Iii. It was believed that the White rest lie Nee districts which were imperium wild escape. A it would mean a fireman life to turn a Stream of Oahu on on of Tho negro buildings a fire chief Alder asserted earlier. All persons not deputized As special officer Are ordered to disarm in a proclamation issued shortly before noon by mayor in. Ievans. Person carrying guns will be arrested under the mayors orders. Firing Breaks out at Dawn Shady gun fire broke out shortly after Daylight near the negro Quarter of Tulsa the acetic of All night race disturbance in which hundreds of armed while men and negroes took part and which resulted Iii the death and injury of an unknown number of persons and the calling it of Oklahoma National guard units to put flown the disorder. The firing came from a spot where throughout the Early morning hour five Hundred White men an a thousand negroes faced each other across Railroad track. First reports to the police said that Hie bodies of from six to ten negroes could be seen lying Iii a space described As a no Many a later report placed the number of dead in the neighbourhood of fifteen the police also had a report that three St. Louis an i san Francisco railway switchman and a brakeman had been shot i Quot death the trainmen were killed it was have following repulse of the polish at-1 started As the result of hic arrest of tack Hie German launched a coun-1 Dick Rowland a negro alleged to ter offensive driving the poles As a have assaulted an orphaned White far As Kalinow about three Miles to girl the negro reported to have Hie Northeast and reports were re a been spirited out of the City this a lived during the night that the poles morning. Were evacuating the Village of Sehorn first attempts to fire the negro is Chow about two Miles West of quarters occurred at 1 30 a. Iii. Fire Gross Strelitz. Men. Who attempted to Lay Hgt a a on a Cement factory at Shii Muchow i it two burning houses used As a Garrison reported to rave been blown up and in about fifty negroes were turned several houses burned. Pencil serves in boys defense Back by the Whites. Shacks Are about 0 40 a. In. Shacks Alc no Archer started. As the flames fired fir Iii Negr. Street Wen spread negroes Chester dumb since capture in girl murder Case goes on stand Anil Argentine Ocean Commerce tied up by big strike by associated i Reaa wire Kansas Gity. Mo., june ing questions with a Pencil and paper. Denzel Chester went on the witness j stand today in i own defense. In is charged with murder for Hie fat ii i shooting of miss Florence Barton on country Road As so sat in a motor car with her franc. Howard Winter the night o october 2. 1920. Chester said that on the night of october 2 to a let re a min no i a i House conducted by Joe Hartnett. J i heir Chester is Ftfe to 2 inches in Hei tit night it by associated Presa leased wire Bueno air a. Argentina june i a tile maritime federation Lias us eed a general strike to begin today to be up All maritime traffic under Hie Argentine Flag. The labor situation in Buena Aid i is growing More critical hourly the j my Broad in proportion. Since police continue to raid the Hea leu in j re capture at broken Bow neb., ter of the extreme element. November and two attempts at several unions including those of j ride which Chester made in th1 shoe maker and flour Mil opera i there the defendant a lives have joined the strike Al it jul j it i said and Iii Feur striker out today to with upraised Rands and crying a Don shoot in a fled from the blazing houses. They were rounded up and placed n la Camps. Adjutant general Barrett took up his headquarter at City Ball and an to need that colonel b. If. Markham of Oklahoma City would be in command of fild operations of tit guardsmen. The negroes assembled As refugees and prisoners were Bein cared of or by civic organizations arid private citizens who volunteered for the work ice water Aud sandwiches were being served and the wounded or sick were receiving medical attention. Flee in night clothes throughout Hie morning Long line of negroes streamed Westward along Hie Steed leading to convention Hail. Many wore their night clothes my ran to safety in their Bare feet sunken eyes told of a steeples and Hoof asset faces a esp a i continued on Page 3 May add Man to Cabinet Public welfare department 13 pushed by president Harding in conference by Agio Clard pre wire i Washington. D c., june in detailed plans for organization of a new Public welfare department were discussed by president Harding tuesday with senator Kenyon Republican Iowa and representative fee Republican Obi. No agreement was reached but it was said some Progress had been Maie. There was no indication to it file president had changed his position favouring a single Public w e 5 department and it a said Tho some definite statement might be made from Hie White House soon so fur i ii his attitude. Kelly slams out ninth Home run i la it v soil. I i Ruhm Vav ire i Kel today a a on Phui ninth fifth Phil his gripping fear. Last men women and children carried Sui bundles of clothing on their head the jail and backs. On old woman filing a not spoken a Bible a girl with dishevelled hair attorney contend carried a wooly White do under her bringing the total number Oft that he has lost the Power of speech Arm and behind trotted a Little Darky More than 30, As a result of mistreatment by his girl with a big Wax doll. J new York june i Geol a in of the new Yolk nationals mad tits ninth Horn run Otth tying with must of the Philol nationals who knocked out his circuit clout yesterday. Kelly a Homer was made in thinning of today first game with a Delphta with one Man on. Weather report forecast South Dakota partly Cloudy and somewhat unset Ped tonight and thursday not much Chang in temperature. Loal temperatures by tile Republican re or diag tiler Rno Meler it too. Captor. But All those who Carne to con tuesday 3 p. In it p. In. It 9 p in. Ft2 12 p. In. Ft2 maximum minimum o a. In. We in. Weds wednesday 3 a m. To it a. In. It 9 a in. Ft3 i in. 73 3 p. In. 82 wednesday 82. In 59
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