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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - June 15, 1921, Mitchell, South Dakota
The evening Republican City edition vol Xxxvii Mitchell s. D. Wednesday june 15,1921 number 194 taxpayers and Council hold Lively session Why bridegrooms Are nervous during the ceremony Alderman assure committee that All possible tax cuts Are sought amount Uncertain invitation to inspect Mitchell s books is made by mayor and councilmen \ shrilly session in which the m it it sly Council repeatedly assured so zen it a taxpayers committee that Ltd it administration wished to Cut to ? a much As possible while the taxpayers1 committee continued to a. To it i Cive reasons for the cutting fixes brought the citizens Cornin re the information tuesday evening a it the committee is Welcome Al Aii it time to investigate a1 City books and a a a look into every matter Conn ret i a i ii City procedure. Of tar a Long speech by John of a a. A a Iii to or of the committee mayor Bobb replied you Ray you Are working for rut in ii Down taxes. Now the members of n ? City Council Are just As inter r i in cutting taxes As your citizen s e Iii Pittee. Any Man is a Dun fool who does no to want taxes to go d in. I he member of this Council have sat it 1 working night after Nair it until 1 or a or one of clock dealing with i a v by same propositions which you have brought up. I luxe devoted Racli a Illy and my ii my Itig Bud ii Ivell to City problems f it a the last the mayor said Tat in tile eve Quot i have worked foe month try reduce City exp is no try a work out ways of lowering the i for next year. My Brothe ? figured it out and Ted on la it i lost -.000 of my practice Dur to year because i hive spent my on City affairs. Sees substantial Cut a now after Alf this Effort and after the faithful work of the count it of people have been investigating 1. A proposition of taxes for two w of j come in Here to Tell us what to do. We believe we see where we can Mak d substantial Cut next year but there is no a get in our getting Chesty us saying that we positively Are going to in lures a third. We do ii a Kun we will come up by sepia my r t when the budget is made up. But we expect to make a big decrease. We do not want to sacrifice the City to de in. Or Wever. And to by the lugs a. Which it w us take thousands of do a Llor it log to Back. You people discuss a by ban i my die chamber of Commerce Eliot i mayor said at Alioth r i in in the evening. Quot we have been Lieut a 11 cuu in other departments a h How up these matters a Meray a drop Iii the a further we inherited overdrafts it f it to $40,000 from the adm Nishi n before or. H a by explained Quot bul y m people done to seem to know tha i it v. John b. Reese chairman of the t x committee asked mayor Bobb to my whether or not the Council Olan i i t make the hand and chamber of t Umu Erce appropriations for next u. S. Must keep out of Europe rows Hughes America should have no concern in political rivalries state secy. Says hot business depends cannot escape relation to foreign nations in economic Way new Linotype added to the Republican Model 8 delivered and set up paper will appear in new Type face. Ear. Willing to co operate Var not refusing to to operate win v nil committee 1 mayor <1, but we Carmot Tell yet Whit we to is the matter must a brought ii before the Council of you went in it appropriations killed g a out mid i Cate sentiment against them. Tile us will a shown her. Winn we ire we know khat the p a Waul you can bet your neck we will a v ajar. If 0 Triem but we cannot a t i the suggestion of every f a n w in comes before the Council. La seems easy to the mayor ruled a because you think Al on Way. But we can to act until we Are v us a know what All a Opie want. The Council must he open Sun d no li.?ten to both sides in order be i a Fyk to the Council. Or. Grow to tile statement that the City ? to and Dit dress. Including school and a in d debts would amount i. $10 it capita. We have $800,000 in my in a a one of Mitchell or $100 flt a every u. Woman and child in the City grow declared. A a the National m it mounts to 300 per capita and tale Aud county debts would add a a Ber 100 per capita. This makes bus lot Ding $300 per widows tax assessment grow told of a Mitchell Man u had bought a House and died ally after he had paid for it. I ii widow. Or. Crow declared is Quot a a impelled to take in washing to a get Ltd a amounting to $100 a year on in a Home. Quot now it does no to matter to me what a in s Are in this town a or. Crow a whatever it our taxes Are 1 a my rents accordingly. Its the a a a a Simon people who must eventually Bay the taxes. Ifs time we Are looking after the common Frank Mcgovern City auditor join continued on Page % a my Model Linotype machine ordered some time ago by the Republican arrived in Mitchell monday and was put on its base yesterday. The machine weighs about a ton my a taken into the Republican a imposing room through two second Story windows from which the dividing Frame had been removed. The machine was lifted by a Block and , and swung into place. A motor truck furnished the Power. A i Williams had charge of the unloading and delivery. Five men were employed the greater part of tile Day. A Purchase of tile new machine will make it possible to handle More efficiently the heavy Rush of news matter which comes after noon each Day. It is expected that tile new machine will ready for use not week. \ new face of Type Wilt be used on to three other Linotype machines the Republican appearing in an entirely new dress. The new 24-Page press ordered by the Republican two years ago is expected to arrive in a few we is thus insuring the Best possible press service. Greeks at Zero hour in new offensive by a Horta my in Rimml in a he re it constantinople Turkey. June opening of greek offensive against the turkish nationalists in a minor is believed he i a tonight i be imminent. British reserves Are relieving Hie greek eleventh division at is timid. On tile sea of Marmora which is proceeding to the i Slink front near Hie Bagdad railway Northwest of Smyrna. To weather report mex petrol shares take Swift decline my my of Tirri Leilani win i new York City. June 15.-�?mexican Petroleum shares dropped seven Points to 120 at the opening of today a Stock Market in heavy Selling induced by reports of the rapid dwindling of Mexico ? Oil Supply. The remainder of the Market a More or in. Unsettled As a result of this Sharp reaction. Brand Black rust reports propaganda Sims pelted with posies by britons by a it to Riata in in we wire i Providence r. I., june 15.�?Secretary of state diaries e. Hughes told a gathering of ids fellow alumni of Brown University today that it was not desirable Fiat americans helpful influence should be frittered away a by relating ourselves unnecessarily to political questions which involve rivalries of interest abroad with which we have no proper concern.�?T1 a it is equally True a a he continued a that we cannot escape our relation to the economic problems of the world.1�?T he said the Prosperity of this country largely depended upon the economic settlements which might be made in Europe and that the key to Hie future was with those who make and control these settlements. America the exemplar of free institutions aiding humanity he said called Forth hic supreme Endeavor in the world War. A this sentiment is still with us a he added. A we have not lost a said he a the capacity for Hie High and unselfish Endeavor which links us in Unity and Joy of service in the crisis of Hie great War. The Springs of Faith of Mutual Trust of Fellowship have not dried not spoils seekers a your men did not go Forth to fight for this nation As one of imperialistic designs and cunning purpose or to protect a land where avarice might find its surest Reward. They offered their lives and All Hie energies of the country were harnessed in the supreme Effort because we loved the institutions of Liberty and intended to maintain them. Because we hated tyranny and tile brutality and ruthlessness which babes Bat swings at rate of 65 and half homers a year by an for Tat re Erraa Wirt new York City june 15.�?babe Ruth a two Home runs yesterday placed him 16 Days ahead of hts record last year. They also established the record of seven Home runs in five Days. He hit two on monday. Ruth is speeding at the rate of 65lf Home runs a season. But like All other american league players he has not been Able to make More than two circuit a Ltd % game while the National league recorded four made by r. L Lowe Boston in 1894 and equalled by e. Delehanty Philadelphia in 1896. Sunday school is link twin nations says ohri8tianity taught to children held As solution of world trouble bang demos bomb Harding and his works sunday school work was advocated today by Marion Lawrence International sunday school Secretary As one of the main factors in leading to Friendship Between Hie nations of the world n an address before the members of the South Dakota sunday school association in Mitchell today. A this old world is in a Broil today a or. Lawrence said. A strikes dissension wars and distrust Between the nations Are causing trouble everywhere. A the spirit of Jesus Christ is the Only thing that can bring the world together and the Only Way to bring that about is by teaching the boys and girls in the sunday schools. A Quot a wish i had a thousand lives to give to the organized sunday school work a or. Lawtene continued. A i am not a minister i am a business Man but i done to know of any better task to which a Man can give himself today than organized sunday school registration it 700 registration at the convention had reached about 700 by noon today but scores of delegates arc in attendance who have thus far failed to Register. Son. Harrison in fiery speech ramp zoos Republican dilatory tactics g. O. P. Men Are silent hurls satire at a duh in St rations slowness in peace Resolution and a Laws Watertown crop office 8ay8 they Are device of pit gamblers in wheat Hie worship of Force and because we found our Fate linked with that of the free Peoples who were struggling for the preservation of the essentials of Freedom. A it would not be fitting for me at this time to discuss our foreign relations. But i am glad to say that the message of America is one of cordial _ Friendship to All nations. We have j no questions which Mutual Good will rear Admiral who got in bad and presses of reason cannot it is thought tile total attendance is found expression in about 1,000 so far. Starts journey Back to new York Illy Aimo called in Rynn leaded wire solve. We have no subtleties no duplicity of meaning no soft words to conceal a purpose of self aggrandisement at others expense. The Only London eng., Juno 15.�?rear adj method of diplomacy we know is that a viral William s. Sims left Waterloo of candid discussion of the merits of station this morning for Southampton problems. This we think is the where was to Board the Steamer a Prosper a cause believed to be just and we shall Advance no other. World settling Down a the world is settling Down but the counsel of olympic later in the Day and proceed to new York. He Rode in a special car that was so burdened with Floral 1 ti., j urn 15.�?while i testimonials that there was scarcely a cd settled room for members of his party to move about. Leaning out of a window of Tho car the Admiral waved his Cap to a country seeks not an acre of territory Large group who despite the earliness a reason of its participation in the \ of his departure a had gathered to give sprue hat cd to Victory. Nor do we wish any exclusive advantages in nominations for officers of the convention for next year were to be made this afternoon. Each denomination met this morning to select a Delegate on the nominating committee. Among those selected As members of the committee were r. B Holden of Badger for the congregational Church George f. Baggaley of Deadwood for the Baptist Church mrs. H. E. Huhn of Sioux Falls for the Christian Church mrs. Harry bin on for the United Brethren and Rev. O. A. Boyce of Huron for the methodist Church. Subscriptions taken subscriptions for the state associations work were taken at this mornings session and a Large amount was subscribed. The total amount had not been computed at noon. The plate collection at the tuesday evening meeting amounted to $127. Reports Given by m. D. Whis Manhim a rousing Send off. I ans vering reporters requests for a la possessions which As a result of Farewell message. Admiral Sims called attention to dispatches in this mornings newspapers telling of a reaction in the United states against his critics he said he had nothing further to say a and nothing to he said he had received hundreds Watertown. It officials f the Federal Bureau of crop estimates Here refused to he quoted today regarding reports of rust infestation in Pring wheat in South Dakota. They regard the report As designed Only to influence wheat futures Market. They called attention to the fact a prof letters approving of his attitude that the a Hest known appearance 01. 1, cd. Regarding a american hyphenated. Asked whether he had received any threatening missives the Admiral re rust Iii ibis state the spore which later develops into Black rust is july 6. Elevator men say thy have reports of rut. But authorities Point out that ibis might he ire so called Orange rust or Leaf rust and i in no sense any phase of la a fungus growth commonly known As Black rust Iii its final development at the time it attacks the wheat Stein late in july and the Lino when it does damage. Stories of the appearance of red or Black rust prior to about Tho lentil of july will not to Given credence by authorities it was said by attaches of tile crop a tamales Bureau Here. Cupid awakes after browsing during june smiled and said a of had one signed,�?~erin-go-bragh.�?T making a play on a reference to zebras in my address last week and telling me i would meet the asses on Hie other Side but i have paid no attention to it it does t worry he added that he thought the handwriting was that of a boy and declared the letter bore a London postmark. Power of expediency still dominate state treasurer showed that the teas the serious problems left by the Tai receipts of the past year amount great War press for solution. This de to $10,678.8 4. Expenses for the year totalled $10,115.32. With the amount in the Treasury a year ago the total sum remaining is now 92,554.05. The program this evening will include a song service at 7 30 of clock followed by addresses by Marion Lawrence and Rev. Gay c. White of Watertown. Thursdays program will be As follows 8 00-8 45 at our prayer Retreat. Led by Rev. A. J. Hull. Presbyterian Church. The War have passed under new control. We simply ask that we shall not be excluded from equal privileges wherever our interests Are affected. That seems to us to be a reasonable today a baseball american league Detroit Boston postponed rain. Cleveland Oil 020 too 11�?6 16 at Philadelphia 102 Ooi too 10�?5 14 Coveleskie and Nunamaker Hasty Keefe and Perkins. Forecast South Dakota Shower tonight an probably thursday colder tonight and East to Central portion thursday. Local temperatures by the republicans recording thermometer tuesday 3 p. In. I 6 p. In. 86 9 p. In. 78 12 p. M. 75 p. In maximum 3 p. M. Wednesday 95. Minimum 6 a. In. Wednesday 7 4. Watertown. Cupid who has appeared to he on strike in met cell so far this month. Has at last remembered that it is june. Four marriage License wer issued in the City tuesday. Tile couples securing the licenses included Hie following e. Gunner risen 30. And miss Florence. 22, both of Mitchell. Willie Westendorf jr., 31. Of Pukwana and miss Minnie Lucas 25. Of Mitchell. Hails Jacobson. 23. And miss Agatha 12 in. 90aurtenbaeh, it. Both of Mitchell. 3 p. In. 95 Leo e. Me caul 24, of Mitchell Ani miss Mildred m. Thompson. 19, wednesday 3 a. In. 75 6 a. In. 74 9 a. In. 80 Oil at Dollar stops pumping Chicago. Too Igi 032�?7 15 at new York too 010 001�?2 8 heir and Schalk Quinn Sheehan and Hoffman. St. Louis at Warrington shocker and and Gharrity. Too too 0 too 302 0 Severeid Courtney another 25 cent Cut in mid continent crude stops operations at Wells of by annotated pre leaned wire Independence kas., june 15.�?another Cut of 25 cents in mid continent crude Oil was announced today by the Prairie Oil and Gas company bringing then Vav Price Down to $1 a barrel the lowest since 1916. Dollar Oil according to Oil men. Means that practically All operations it will cease. The Prairie pide line company of Jay declared a dividend of $3 a share payable july 30 to Stock holders of record june 30. National league Brooklyn. Cio 024 ooo�?7 12 0 at Pittsburgh Igi too ooi�?3 to 2 Grimes and Miller Cooper Ponder and Schmidt. Philadelphia too Ooi 000�?1 la i at Cincinnati Oil too oox�?4 5 2 Smith and eters Luque and Wingo. New York 020 too of at Chicago 200 too of Benton Barnes and Snyder Vaughn and kill Fer. O a Boston. Too at St. Louis. Too Oeschger and of Neill doake Aud Pilhoefer. Main session 9 00 a was w e worship in song and evangelist Chas. Cillen Smith. 9 30 Bible study period. A equip Rev. By h. Geistweit. 10 15 election of officers new business place for the 1922 state convention Public recognition. Stir counties anti front line counties. 11 15 a the sunday school teachers or. Marion Lawrence thursday afternoon at m. E. Church 1 30 praising god in song and prayer. Evangelist Cha. Cullen Smith. 2 00 Bible study. Quot fundamental Rev. Vav. In go is twee to. 2 45 the divine Art of teaching. Rev. Win. J. Davidson. 3 15 a the a tue Lenge o our Young people1 or. C. \. Armstrong. Fargo n. In general Secretary. Thursday afternoon conferences 2 00-4 00 of clock. Children s div sign conference. Fit St Baptist Church Young people s division conf Cince presbyterian Church. 4 15 recreational period. 5 30 denomination conference suppers. Closing m. E. Program the last Kelt song and service. Lei by evangelist 7 30 Praise Smith. 8 00 8 45 sunday epee. Message. A your supreme Rev. W in. J. Davidson. D. U. A the great Chii Unge of the or. Marion Lawr Obj annotated Presa leaned i ret Washington d. A. June democrats today launched a broadside against Republican claims of achievements during the first three months of president Harding a administration. Led by senator Pat Harrison of Mississippi who made a speech bristling with satire and invective the movement bore All the aspects of an attempt to precipitate a general political debate but the republicans made no reply. Senator Harrison Bel bored the republicans Over passage of the emergency Tariff Bill which he characterized As an a butter violation of party pledges a in its inception and a an admitted failure Quot in enactment for Mieir difficulties a in the Little Job of passing a Resolution of peace with Germany concerning which he taunted senators Lodge and Knox and for alleged failure to get together with the president to reduce taxation. President Harding he asserted a invited Tariff lobbyists for a conference to Washington and administration appointments including those of governor Bone of Alaska and chairman la.?Ker of the shipping Board he held up to scorn winding up with satirical reference to general Sawyer the presidents physician. Speaking from the Center of a group of democratic senators who pointed his barbs with questions and suggestions he lashed out by name at Republican senators. Only once. Senator Kenyon Republican Iowa interrupted. Because there is so much laughter on the democratic Side i cannot hear the Mitt at Poindexter a strange political acrobatic performances a they were exhibiting. Senator Harrison told them reminding hem that a the distinguished senator from Washington or. Poindexter i charge of the naval Bill came away from the White House with glogg on his because president Harding could not sustain the Borah for naval disarmament. A and then like Thunder out of a Clear sky the crowd Over there a he added pointing to the republicans a changed right Quot you promised to establish peace right off the reel a he said a yet your simple Little Resolution is not parsed yet. The Senate Resolution framed by senator Knox and supported by senator Lodge is demolished in the House. They have offered you an insult and it is said the House Resolution not the Senate has president far Ding a a yes a chuckled John Sharp we in Lams of Mississippi a they have mixed the babies Tariff Bill Soo Enod the emergency agricultural Tariff offered to a raise the Cost of everything on the Workingman stable a a senator Harrison said had done no Good to the Farmers though you would not let us take the Tariff off the things the Armer has to you pass a Resolution by senator Lenroot Republica Wisconsin to investigate agricultural conditions looking for something to relieve the Farmers a he continued a admitting urn Tariff cannot bring permanent Good. A agriculture mock of senators and representatives keeps meeting Truing to do something for the Farmers because they know they Are in distress. Senator Gerry Democrat Shode Island interrupted to read a statement by senator Smoot. Republican Utah the taxes might have to be increased. A where Are your Campaign pledge to reduce taxation and expense of gov eminent a senator Harrison resumed. You Are passing the biggest deficiency appropriation Bills that have �on9 through Here with no exception. Tariff lobbies senator King. Democrat Utah said something about Tariff lobbies and senator Harrison said a they Are swarming Here. Presi sent Harding invites the lobbyists to a ome for conference and they Are coming. But i done to blame them so much As i do the Republican leadership which invites them. A Pirt sudent Landing offered the place of chairman of the shipping Board to the head of the Standard Oil company and to the head of the United states steel corporation. He waited months and then he turned to a Chicago advertising Man who framed that wonderful Campaign slogan we Are done with wiggle and wobble wanted to compensate him i presume. And he made or. Lasker chairman. A then Scott Bone publicity Man for the Republican Campaign is compensated by being appointed governor of Alaska
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