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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - June 16, 1922, Mitchell, South Dakota
Pm or third s edition vol Xxxviii. Mitchell Solt Tii Dakota Friday june 16, 1922 number 220 Treasury fight Sweet Bill is detriment to disabled men measure calculated to Speed up Relie has Only delayed assistance politics hamper work a on it errors Are also c u be of frequent and la Arr Assing delays i Larm or. Mars has a Date with old Mother Earth next sunday night of v \ v Mars will be 4 2.350,000 Miles near the Earth a a i u try Harry b. Hunt to Abington d. june 16�?defer i Zatis a has resulted in More a i p entangling disabled sex ser a a men who Are seeking government id. was accomplished by be passage of the Sweet Bill to rim is ago. Setting up 14 regional cuffies scattered throughout the nation with authority to act on sex men s claims. T a regional offices were expected to Speed up action on claims. In-5tfad. Due to red tape they have j led delay on top of delay. Now veterans organizations Are seriously c asking their abolishment. Action is delayed a i am says representative Roy Woodruff of Michigan himself an sex service Man. A that the r or in i offices Are complicating and cd laying action on a very Large per cers a of cases. If i had my Way they would be eliminated. A the sub offices however Are doing Good work. In in judgment however cases would be handled More speedily an it with More Justice if the sub office reported direct to the Central office at Washington instead of to Region do the same attitude is reflected by of fit ers of the american Legio. The i Gion supported the legislate n creating the District offices. Theoretically by setting up Branch offices with Power to dispose of All but death and total disability claims the work of handling the hundreds of thousands of cases coming to the Bureau would be expedited. Polite it a hamper system the vet ily also by being Cin c ser touch with the Man. And by a Leer percentage of the men being Mamed to take their cases up directly martians imagined t film and if vol look hard enough you May see dceamc0 them to be a newest Irish Constitution. Is announced lengthy document covers every possible phase of Anglo Irish question in a a a a new allegiance oath allegiance is sworn to Irish free state and obedience to English King or As Quot re Lene Smith described them or As pop Lowell figured the maybe you could hear. Theige. Radio phone. �?�a1 j. But it would take you Vears a Ano 6 month a a Lvii a t0 them in a a 2.00-mile-an-hour Arm. A i Germany fears royalist plot Berlin paper says monarchists Are planning bloody coup in near future by associated press leased wire Mars is going to take a close look at South Dakota sunday evening. June 18. And by the same Token South Dakotas Are going to Ake a close look at Mars the closest since i Dod by sunday night Mars will be 8.000,000 Miles nearer the Earth than it was a month ago. Proving Mars As a speeder certainly stirs up the stardust but you need t fear Mars will skid at some celestial Corner and Knock a fender off the Earth. For Mars will come within Only 42.000.-000 Miles of the planet to which we Berlin. Germany june 16.�?the in hold title before he curves away with the men who were to pass on j dependent Democrat newspaper die again. Them Evn More Justice would be it s Freiheit today features a sensational if Mars were to hesitate at that sible. The it was the idea Back of de communication a from a Well inform 42.000.000-mile Mark while you trav Cem realization. De source announcing that a pan Ger Elled from Here to there on an air but in practice factors not fully considered appear to have intruded. To what extent politics particularly internal Bureau politics has affected Man Putsch is impending. Plane doing 200 Miles an hour he the writer states that various Mil would have to wait 2 4 1-2 years for itary parades which have been going you to arrive on throughout Germany recently medium visits mar of finest ministration of the Dis wore not merely displays but serious Only one Earth being Ever thought Tri r offices it is of course impose preparation for a monarchist coup seriously of travelling to Mars. Cap be a2y but there is evidence do eat which he said is to be priced Tain Claude foiling planned to ride a raved no Knafl part. Al. By a sort at St Barthol Jamew a a a Tjui is Clel Una Der. But he to Mew it to a Etc flier Yetso a wifi Asang to a rocket Large enough. Names Are not entered of a special however a famous French medi Eval it a for and other veterans organizations waited hoping that conditions would improve. They realized the Transfer of the Large numbers of cases to the District offices involved a vast amount of routine work that the blacklist we Ould be Given a Short shrift. The writer declares the ministry of defense and the police Are implicated in the movement. Resolutions warning against prob associated soldiers Are repented As intending to hold demonstrations throughout the country on june 28, the anniversary of the signing of the treaty of Versailles. These demonstrations it 1s declared have always degenerated into militaristic and Monarchi Stic displays. Indiana operators refuse to make More building up of strict organizations Able demonstrations against the re re Muired time. Public set for june 28, were adopted but from their Check on cases yesterday by the directorate of the handled an a from appeals to them majority socialist party the socialist to assist Ien in securing consider to Rawerts announced. Lion of cases flagrantly out of line wih the decision rendered. They have about reached the conclusion that decentralization instead of Aid in the cause of the men. Has Only dded to the percentage of unjust instance of office error typical of the complaints against congressman Carroll Reese of Tennessee Reese himself served at the findings by District offices is one by front Vith the a. E. F., was cited for bravery by marshal retain Ami is the Holder of three medals for distinguished service. A a Young Mountain boy who had contracted tuberculosis in the service Arr died to the Atlanta District office for disability Aid a Reese said. A after r e delay an examining surgeon visited his Home. The boy was then Down m bed. Liable to be about. The tuberculosis had attacked the or and the hones of one leg were about gone. \ that was last february. When in v a rating was secured from the a big to office which was Only after r a a a a urging and demands. The finding was of 35 per cent disability. Who they base 35 pee cent Dis on when a fellow is Down in bed Quot i a tuberculosis of the Bone u of do anything for himself i a a no Prospect of being Able t do anything is beyond me. Ran Nelt hanged no Motley paid v Way,1 took the matter up a i a was appealed to the Central of f Here. After still More delay. Iii r i riot Board rating was set a de of a total disability award r that was More to an a month continued on rage two thief found in poker game the resolutions say the nationalist try attn r Tov Annj it Nunyn striations with German officers ant a Urphy to v . Hon company official clips coupons Minneapolis Minn. June 16 a a poker game led indirectly to tracing of a Small Block of Bonds part of the loot obtained in the $2., Bond robbery at the new York Post office it was revealed Here today. Postal inspectors have been Here for some time investigating the robbery. One of the officers of the Bond company Here attended a card game recently it was said and lost a Good sized he was a a Short in he pot interstate contracts land produced several Bonds and clip by associated press leased wire Terre haute ind. June 16�?Coal mine operators in Indiana Are no longer willing to enter into an interstate joint wag conference with the miners and will now Deal Only with the miners of this state in effecting a strike settlement spokesmen for the i Bond theft Case operators reiterated in a statement issued last night by the policy committee of the Indiana bituminous Coal operators association. Similar action recently was taken by the Illinois operators. a Ped the coupons to make up for the shortage. The Winner took the coupons to a Bank which refused to Cash them and informed the a Holder they we re stolen Bonds. Postal inspectors were notified. Two in have been indicted and a third is held for the Federal grand jury action in connection with the ins j to h a orc in in on i to t h a Friday i received a letter ask i be re was a anything i could do Speed up payment of the due this boy. To is badly although More than a has passed since the award Ade no Check for his disability been sent. It sort of thing is not Only it is inexcusable. And it is Kentucky senator would have separate prohibition Bureau alumni of Harvard oppose Jim Crow Pun in school dormitories by associated press leased wire Cash ride mass. Tune 16.�?Harvard officials declined today to comment on the letter addressed to president a. Lawrence Lowell by an alumni committee in which Surprise was expressed a that the Long tradition of the College As regards negroes has by associated press leased wire Washington. A. June 16�?abu Reau of prohibition As a separate and j broken and a color line drawn in distinct unit of the Federal the freshman copies Merit win he provided in a became Public last re Light. Diced by senator Ernst Republic. Together with a petition drafted by a the measure its sponsor said is committee of seven Harvard Grade designed to put the responsibility which asserts that the University inexcusable it flu n a enforcing the prohibition Laws on one is conducting a Jim Crow policy in i a things that underly the t eap Intel by the president order that the men from the South Iii satisfaction with the Way a try of inter should not be compelled a to room or eat with coloured men the petition err w i Felt centralized veterans Bureau is manchurian seek to set up Independent states of their own fir ii associated press leased wire i ii. In. Maiio Huria. June 16�? i mat Ion of a new form of gov in Quot it throughout Manchuria pub today by assemblies Reprez ent he the be Jyo Vinces provides that. A a province shall govern itself t agonizing Manchuria As still Rrt of China and names Chang in commander in chief of All troops. General Chang. Whose army has n hard pressed since its recent de it at by the troops of we Pei fun he a Beking assumed office As Gan re is Siino of Manchuria on june 4. A official announcement says the n rat on was drawn by an inter pro Voncial chamber of Commerce de Cit ional society and artisans Union. To Breaks leg in slide Bethany w. Va., june 16�?clar Smith of Owosso mich., right Amer of the Michigan aggie Baa stances of insanity in the family and and to remove All possibility of interference or dual authority. Mrs. Mauor Teaten in Semi finals today by British net Star by associated pros leased wire London. Eng. June 16.�?mrs. Mona Burstedt Mallory the american Lawn Tennis woman Champion was Defeated in the Semi finals of the Kent Tennis championship in women a singles at Beckenham today by miss Mckant the British Star. The score was 6-1 2-6 6-3. A Delorm defense in murder Case insanity Montreal ont., june 16�?trial of Adelard Delorme sex priest charged with the juju in Der of his half brother. Raoul Ottawa University student. In this City last january for insurance Money opened yesterday. Met. Francois Berube a sister of the prisoners father testified to in boats men caught in hold other Wor Kees on deck jump into Sha and Are picked in by motor Boa London eng., june 16�?the new j Irish Constitution was made Public last night. It is a lengthy account of More than 15.000 words covering the whole Range of British Irish relations. It stipulate that if any of its pro Visi ins or any Law made under the Constitution is in any respect repugnant of the provisions of the Anglo Irish treaty it shall to the extent Only of such repugnance be absolutely void and inoperative. The constr Tutor i. Provides Universal adult suffrage including women who have reached i to age of to Yta i. I a til of allegiance the oath of allegiance is provided under article i of the Constitution in the following words a i do solemnly swear True Faith and allegiance to the Constitution of the Irish free state As by Law established and that i will be faithful to i his majesty. King George a and his heirs and successors by Law and in virtue of the common citizenship of Ireland and great Britain Ani her adherence to Ani membership of the group of nations forming Tho British Commonwealth of member must swear the Constitution provides that Tho oath of allegiance shall be Tak a and subscribed to by every member of j parliament of the Irish free state before taking his seat therein. The oath shall be taken and subscribed to before a representative of the s Crown or some person authorized by hint article 45 of the new Irish Constitution gives the parliament or the Irish free state exclusive right to regulate the raising and maintenance of such armed Force As Are mentioned in the Anglo Irish treaty and j such forces shall he subject to the control of the parliament. Article 48 provides that a except in a Case of actual invasion the Irish free j state shall not he committed to Active participation in any War without the assent of the free state lad sleeping on Railroad track in North Dakota killed by associated i re a leased wire Moorhead. Minn., june 16�?a boy apparently about 18 years old. Was fatally injured by Northern Pacific Railroad train no. 7 just West of Bloom near Jamestown n. D., yesterday according to a dispatch to c. Lor Rimer superintendent for the Road at Dillworth Minn. He was found by a Section Foreman with the top of his Skull crushed and was taken to Jamestown where he died in a Hospital. He was sleeping on the track near the rail when hit according to three transients with him. The dispatch said. The name a pc. E. Brosart grand Forks a was inside his coat. French experts reach Hague to advise Benoist leaders of conference ale Rea a a have made Progress on Hussian problem quarrel Over offices again bursts Forth president in congressional petition asked to uphold Dover policies dry chief is blamed document charges b l a i it with opposing reforms suggested by Harding appointee by associated press leased wire Washington d. C., june 16�?Tho Blair Dover controversy in the Treasury threatened to break out afresh today when it became known that to petition had Ben circulated among re publican members of Congress asking president Harding to uphold the poll i Des of or. Dover. The petition it was Learned had received the signatures of Aboul 150 members and plans were being made to present it to the president within the next forty eight hours. Dover Harding appointee or. Dover is assistant Secretary of the Treasury appointed by president Harding to re organize the personnel of the department after the chief executive Learned according to Tho petition circulated today a that he by associate leased wire the Hague. Holland. June 16.�?two_. French technical experts arrived Here i from Tost last night and two More will come today. They probably Yll join the French minister m. Benoist at the official sessions of the conference to advise him on All questions As they Are taken up. Official French circles Here consider that Frances eventual attitude will be largely influenced by the conferences Between premiers Poincare and Lloyd George in London As they to which he was entitled fro i thai Branch of the government. . Blair As commissioner of internal Revenue directing a Bureau within the Treasury department la understood to have opposed some attempts of Secretary Dover to place new men in the Bureau. Both Are republicans. Circulated with today a petition was document giving the name of almost 150 officer holders in the Are certain to discuss the russian apartment who were declared to be problem and made an Endeavor to by associated rfcs leased a Rcd Hamburg. Germany june 16.�? i Ireland voting today More than a score Ltd men were trapped today in the hot fld of the brazilian liner aware what h she capsized today while being ruled out of dry Dock at the Yuiman shipyards Here. Openings were Beisig forced this afternoon into the or i a to Amit the men while the liner Lay Suberg de for two g ids of her extent in the Bottom of the canal. It is believed about thirty men. Members of the brazilian Crew of the liner and slip Ward workers were caught within the vessel. Others on deck jumped Over Hoard when the ship for some unknown reason began to list heavily. They were saved by motor boats and the Harbor fire department which immediately began operations to liberate the trapped men. Hoover curbs Coal prices operators and retailers enter gentlemen a agreement not to profiteer by associated press leased wire o o., june 16�?secre secured the agree lives of the nation a and the National a speciation on a plan need in Coal prices Wash ire tary i ment o a1 Coa Coal ii to Previc in All branches. Following a conference with spokesmen of the associations yesterday. Announcement was made by or. Hoover that Anthracite Coal operators had agreed not to Advance prices of stocks above ground above the Levels of the past week which he said were lower than at the beginning of the strike. In bituminous Fields where no Price basis has yet been established. . Hoover said the operators according to agreement. Will be a earnestly requested to reduce Selling expenses for spot Coal to the Garfield Price plus additions necessary to cover increased costs in individual cases. The agreement reached with representatives of the retail association or. Hoover said was that they should co operate to see among other thing that All Coal is sold by retailers a at Cost plus a reasonable Selling charge. Belgium lawyer is reported murdered by russian Radical for parliament members Dublin. Ireland. Julie 16�?the voters of Southern Ireland went to the polls today to elect an Irish parliament As provided under the terms of the Anglo Irish treaty. Under the a cent agreement Between factions favouring and opposing the treaty a coalition panel of candidates was presented to the people apportioning representation in the parliament at approximately the same ration As shown in past tests of strength in the Dail Eireann. A number of independents however. Have entered the Field in an attempt to overturn the panel on the treaty Issue and it was on this phase of the struggle that interest mainly centred As the polling began. Estimates were that at least 15 of the independents would be successful. Publication last night of the terms of the draft of the Irish legislation on which the new parliament must pass was not expected to influence the vote. The comment of the Dublin morning newspapers is mostly favourable to the Constitution. The Freeman a journal says Quot the draft of the Constitution declares that a1 political powder in Ireland derives from the people. Let the people prove today by the fearless conscientious and prudent exercise of their franchise that they Are worthy repositories of that supreme child labor meet to be Heid in Boston on july 4 Davis secures bring about a harmonious attitude on the part of two countries so As to present a common front before soviet Russia. Genoa traders absent the conference in the absence of the dominating political figures who guided the courses of the International gatherings at Genoa and Washington seems destined to bring into the Lime Light another and younger group of leaders As representing the great Powers. They include sir Philip Lloyd Graeme of England m. Benoist. Frappe Baron Avezzano. Italy m. Sato. Japan m. Cattier. Belgium and m. Karn Beek. Holland and already they have begun their efforts to phase the course of the conference. Plan Ruay commission at their initial private meeting last night the decided upon the scheme of a main russian commission with three sub commissions which would democrats occupying key positions. Many of these. Republican House members circulating the petition said were disloyal to the administration and by Lack of co operation were obstructing the work of the govern rent. Cabinet May aet it was considered probable that. The matter would come up at today Cabinet meeting. Soon after his inauguration the document said. President Harding became aware that he was not receiving the party support to which he was entitled and upon investigation a the found that the democratic ring was in As Complete control As it had been during the previous a in order to Correct this situation and to effect a reorganization along party lines he secured the services of Elmer Dover a known staunch of Selff by Gail of. And made him assistant Secretary of Tho Treasury. A to carry out this program. A i six a a a a out a a a i a i no a .7 a a j j j o j a a f a give detailed study to the technical a committee of republicans of known questions of credits debts and treat to integrity was selected to secure in ment of private property owned by i Tell gence with respect to the per foreigners in Russia which must la j sonnet of the Bureau of internal Ter be negotiated with the russians Revenue. _ the details of this project were to be had explicit order submitted to today a session of the a this committee a Glen explicit conf Penee. There were indications that the smaller Powers As had been regarded As the monopolization of authority by the larger Powers. Rail and Coal men to discuss United strike is being sent to Harvard alumni throughout the country. Officials at the University said they preferred not to comment on the action of the alumni until they had time to study the petition. V Piui Gaii aggie team. Broke his left leg in two aces while sliding to third base in Jil a a w amp ame with Bethany College yester aches and used to Roll his head from r w i at a aide in my added that the accused in his second year a amp been treated for bar head Marconi fails to get in touch with Mars by wireless by associated press leased wire new York. By. June 16�?gug-Lielmo Marconi. Italian radio wizard has failed to pick up messages from Mars in his trip across the Atlantic on his floating Laboratory the yacht Electra replying to a radio Gram sent by the associated press asking for a statement senator Marconi said a have no sensational announcement to he added that he would arrive in new York today. 0 Quot a a Western educator dead Walla Walla. Wash. June . James lord Dean emeritus of the Spokane Bible University died at Milton Oregon last night aged t2 mors went current in the belgian Brussels Belgium. June 16.�?ru-Charfibers of deputies this afternoon treat Emile Van e Vervelde. Former minister o Justice. Who went to Russia As counsel for the social revolutionists there had been assassinated at Moscow. No confirmation of the rumours had been received in belgian official circles. machine guns guard miners in Illinois by associated press leased wire Perrin. In. June 16.�?guarded by two lines of men armed with machine guns sixty men began the production of Coal at the Lester and Sherwood strip min six Miles East of Here today. It was the first Coal mined in Illinois since the miners strike became effective april i. Armed sentries guarded the roadways to the mine. A a to former Omaha mayor dead Omaha neb., june 16�?william James Woratch id. Former army Captain and mayor of Omaha died a a How spa Here last night from to operation be underwent two week. By associated press teased wire Washington june 16.�?Secretary of labor Davis announced today a conference on a standards and problems concerning the issuance of employment certificates to children in Industry to be held in Boston july 4 and 5 Between labor department officials representing the children a Bureau and the National education association. City and state school and labor officials Wil Ibe asked it was said to discuss phases of a employment certificate issuance a today Seball Dakota league Fargo. 0 Sioux Falls 0 Kutina and Chervinko Achenbach and Carisch. American league new York to too Detroit. 033 Ooi Hoyt of Doul and Hoffman Ehmke Dauss and Bassler. # Boston 010 202 i Cleveland .200 300 i Ferguson Russell and Rue Uhle and of Neill. Philadelphia 050 to Chicago 304 of Moore. Harris. Naylor and Bruggy. Perkins Schupp Hodge and Shalk. Washington. Oao St. Louis .104 Sachary. Turk and Gharrity Van Gilder and Severeid. National league i Pittsburgh too too 100�?1 8 8 new York 220 030 Fox a 7 la i Glazner. Yellowhorse Hollingsworth Carlson and Gooch j. Barnes and Snyder. St. Louis too too iid�?2 la i Brooklyn ____300 026 lox�?12 17 i Doak Walker and Clemmons a Smith Grimes and Miller. Cincinnati 020 too ooo�?2 4 i Philadelphia 202 too 30x�?7 12 0 Luque. Walker and Meadows. Ring and Peters. Chicago 010 130 Ooi Bolo it. Sii 101 1�0 Riff Cne san a. Jones Osborne Kanyr an and of Farrell out of a a Mcquillan and Rowdy Sod o Neill. _ _ instructions and delivered this information to an agent of the Bureau of internal Revenue carrying authority for the special work done by commissioner Blair. In further efforts to re organize the Bureau or. Dover prepared a list naming the key positions to form the nucleus members of this committee and other known Loyal administration men recommended their approval. This was not approved and within the last thirty Days Ary member has either been removed or transferred to widely scattered Points without having been Given the least preference As to the location. A the above removals and Transfer were suggested and promulgated by the democratic ring which is still in a a i control of the conference of varied Union the charges were declared by see Chieft a ins Likely to be rotary Mellon in a formal statement called in near future to be a so false and for the most part so ridiculous As ordinarily not to re Cincinnati. O., june 16�?b. M. A quire notice. Well president of the railway pm j Mellon hit petition ploy so department of the american or. Mellon branded the memorial federation of labor was authorized to the president a the product of a few today by the chiefs of the Railroad selfishly ambitious employees and shop crafts unions to request officers some discredited former of the United mine workers of Amer or. Mellon said the administration Lea for a joint conference. the Treasury was in the hands of joint action Between the rail men. Republicans and was governed by in their threatened strike and the Republican policies and that such. Miners who have been on strike since democrats As had been retained from april i will be discussed if or. Be the Wilson administration were kept Wells request is approved by the i because of their qualifications. He ners officials. Added that he had no evidence that no Date for a conference was Sug the democrats retained had been tested by the rail men but it was said j guilty of partisan activities. To hinge on the arrival Here of presi Sec Melton a retirement Dent John Lewis of the miners. He or. Mellon s statement was made is expected tomorrow. The rail men Public after the regular meeting of authorized or. Jewell to Issue the the Cabinet and after a conference of request for the conference under the or. Mellon with under Secretary Gil Alliance agreement entered into by Bert and internal Revenue collector the rail unions Nad the miners at Chi Blair. Cage in february. This agreement the matter was brought up briefly provides for conferences to consider in to Senate today by senator Cara joint agreement whenever either Par Way Democrat Arkansas who said to requests. The agreement was enter events promised the retirement of de into at the suggestion of or. Lewis a of the miners who said his purpose was to form an organization to resist wage reduction. Rail strike certain say Union chieftains by associated pres leased wire Cincinnati Ohio june 16�?rail Union chiefs were considering today serving formal notice on the Railroad labor Board that an overwhelming majority of the 1,225,000 shop Craft Secretary Mellon. Ting Fang will stay in South or. Sun says his aide tvs la not desert to Yuan Sun s troops victorious by associated Prev a leased win Amoy. Celina. June 16�?wr, to ref and maintenance of Way employees Yang has not yet received the offer in of liver ref a strike onion in la to or in were voting in favor of a strike on of be premiership in the peking july i. And that he officers of the i government nor will he accept when Union would abide by the decision of j r does arrive according to a state ment by the Fenton government. I a the present alleged re Organiza Tion in the North has no effect on the the workers. The notice in effect would formally communicate to the Board the vow v Public statement issued Here last j Southern government a nays the night by the Union Heads which As statement which adds that or. We sorted that the Board in ordering requests the treaty Powers to with wage reductions had a so reduced Liv Bela recognition of la Yuan Hunt Asing standards that the strike become prudent of the Republic. I an aet of a the statement also blamed the at northward Advance of Titue of Railroad managers a pro Sinns troops continued Vocative of a strike. Kiu Kiang province of Tiangsi decision As to the dispatch of the Bina. June 16�?northward advances j formal notice to the Board was held an army sympathetic to Sun Tat i up by the Union Leader pending re Gen president of the South China receipt of the Hoard s act Ion on fur pubic at Canton have brought it ther reductions affecting 3oo,000 Sta Rorn Hanchow to near Jianfu. The Tion employees. Clerks exp a 8 a a j retreating Tiangsi troops continue Tomen stationary firemen and oilers lot town9 general thu Pei fun is and train dispatchers. Blocking the Advance with 12.000 Quot troops at Nanchang capital of the weather report i the japanese Schooner Tsushima South Dakota fair tonight and \ has been added to the foreign patrol saturday slightly cooler extreme East protecting the interest of the Powers i portion tonight. Iat Kiu Kiang
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