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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - June 19, 1922, Mitchell, South Dakota
The evening Republican third edition vol South Dakota monday june 19, 1922 number 222many held in arms plot Muscovy object of new plot royalist drive against Russia is new Bugaboo foreign capitals scent monarchist plot in wedding of Alexander and Marie cite Many arguments or it circles credit Queen v uhe of Rumania with flaying a a biggest card by Nea service v Trade. June us Quot to the honeymoon of King Aller and Queen Marie of Jugo a i a but the starting Point of a a a drive on Russia. Its object according to this suppl s to place the Young couples on throne on which the roman offs Tai Mil the revolution. A Hile the King an Ltd his Bride whose be country of Rumania lies be a Yugoslavia and the Rich uk--.5 Region of Russia Are Honey or a in Beed. Slovenia the posit a of Alexander sitting on the a. Throne is discussed in Whis a court circles in several Cap if such a Polt exists and succeeds ii mean that Queen Marie of rums a most famous Royal match -i.-. R of Europe has played that biggest card in her career. It mean that her daughter will a it As Royal Consort Over the great Empire under the Sun. King flakes denial reports of this gossip evidently in Quot bed King Alexander s ears for i it through implication in a i statement some time before . My task As of Yugoslavia. He vein be to organize my country verbally and cure it of the ravages or War i and my people desire Noth. G More than peace but. Despite this denial some in puled facts lend background to the �s5.p cd intrigue. They Are one King Alexander is the Moats a. Successor to the russian throne being today the most powerful slavic Monarch. He spent much of his youth and gained much of education in Russia. Two Alexander a a been Harbor i a near Engarde thousands of Rue run monarchical troops ram Nanta of Ramon Peter wringers Defeated Anu Hucia Teviat army. % three the Only Barrier Between Alexander and Russia i3 Rumania which Alexander has concluded i Rem pact through his marriage with Marie. And Rumania fears Tala Havlat Russia. Kings queer conduct coupled with ail this is King strange conduct at last Cummer. In june 1921, an attempt was made to assassinate Alexander then a , in Belgrade. Wounded he to to recover. His father. King Peter. Died. Since Prince George. Alexanders tiler brother had formally abandoned claim to the throne Alexander proclaimed himself King. But he e ired in and could not be induced to return to Belgrade. He was afraid of anarchists and other malcontents it was said. Since r by attempts had been or. life. On oct. La Alexander was ported As saying he never would mount the Jug Elavia throne. Offer was tempting Premier Patchick of Yugoslavia or urn eyed to . He held Many inferences with the Young King. And Early in november Alexander i i Patchick left for Belgrade and a Sander formally took Cath As e shortly afterwards his coming see to Princess Marie was Anet urged. Alexander did t want to mount say court gossips a but dangled before his eyes the be of Russia and one of Europe s Beautiful princesses and to the i err. P Tati on Alexander King Alexander and Ocee n Marie of Yugoslavia. Whose recent marriage was a Union of Yugoslavia and Rumania which May some a y place the Royal couple on the throne in Russia the m a shows How Rumania affords a pathway for Jugos Avia to strike at the Rich Ukraine Region of Russia. Hughes outlines new idea for keeping world at peace in talk today at Ann Arbor iwo women burned to death in fire at Minnetonka Lake Minneapolis Minn. June 19�?two women were burned to death in fires which destroyed the fashionable la Fayette club at Minnetonka Beach Lake Minnetonka yesterday. A dozen guests and employees among the 109 persons forced to flee were injured. The loss to the building is estimated at $250,000. A the fire started in the spacious Ball room. A smouldering cigarette is believed to have been the cause. Harmady to Back order of rail Board Railroad Chi efs Mark time today As strike vote of employees is taken Sullivan says Kellogg will. Be deselected Rise of third party in Minnesota he thinks has ruined woman Schance Lundeen is in race heroes special is off for meeting of veterans at a Frisco but pacifist has no chances mrs. Oleson will win nomination easily by associated pre leaded wire Chicago. 111. June 19.�?wounded heroes of the world War who met a Chicago concentration Point for heir trip to the san Francisco convention of the disabled american veterans of the world War entrained for the West today on the a heroes special Brief layovers at Omaha. Denver. Colorado Springs and Salt Lake City were planned. Delegations from yest in Points will be picked up Enro Ute. The return trip will be made by Way of los Angeles and the grand Canyon. A a o conspiracy to smuggle guns abroad nipped big shipment of machine guns intended for Irish seized by government big f1share caugh1 Ann Arbor. Mich., june 19�?a plea for a a new Sens of civic respond Aioli to in. Matters of International concerns in the United states As th1 most certain basis of promoting peace in the world was made Here today by Secretary Hughes at the commencement exercises of the l Niver sity of Michigan. A sound Public opinion was most necessary to support the nation s peaceful diplomatic Aims he said. A it must frown upon the constant efforts to create suspicion distrust and hatred a he con sued. A there can be no Assurance of Peabe and few of the necessary and just settlements which make for peace in a world of hate. A it should b recognized that what is More necessary than is a new sense of civic responsibility in matters of International concern. The chief enemies of peace Are those who constantly indulge in the abuse of foreign Peoples and their government. Who Aspers their motives and visit them with ridicule and insult. A intercommunication s a easy that Dom Etc discussions of foreign affairs Are not confined within the thre mile limit but Are immediately published abroad As indicative not of the sentient of particular individuals but As indicating sentiments of our people a Gaur principal difficulty at this time is not with methods or organization or sys is. But with the untruthful. Prejudiced and inflammatory discussions in which some of our citizens and certain portions of the press indulge. A if there is to be is in Bonus loses in Senate caucus Btu Blicaus vote so to o 1 inst laying aside work on Tariff to Coria Rod press leased wire ret on. D a. June 19.�?sen-Epublicans in conference today dirty to nine against laying be Tariff Bill to consider the Bonus. A n favouring final disposing h the Tariff Bill and the a Asur at this session and be re a it then was adopted 27 the Bonus measure a of id be c unfinished business after a a on the Tariff. A or Walsh Democrat. Massa-�?T.5 after learning of the action Republican conference said a a bring up the Bonus would be in the Sera after the passage 51 pending naval appropriation Kansas mines re open Coop system tried Jbv a sedated press leased wire a Surg. Kan. June 19�?open a 7 ring by one of the Large of monies was begun in the j this morning. The j. R �?~a1 and mining company open umber 14 at Croweburg thir went Down into the Rit officials said they had Asj y hat the full Force of is i Quot Iii be at work wednesday. Wet accepted by the men who a re is four dollars a Day Quot Quot a work and ninety cent a v Digger. Mines of the Sheridan r wer reported at work this or a on the co operative plan. Diplomacy there must be a Keener sense of responsibility in the Riscus Sion of International questions. Open diplomacy and blatant and injudicious utterances will not go Well together. The people cannot judge wisely without being informed and the problem is How to inform them. In dealing with the problem of developing sound opinion the fundamental consideration must always be that misinformation is the Public s worst enemy More potent for evil than All the conspiracies that Are commonly of Sioux fails couple drowned in Sioux at dam bodies found by associated Presa leased Wirt Sioux Falls. S a. June is Wilma Fritts. It and Fred Stone. 17, were drowned in the Sioux River yesterday afternoon near Seh Jodts a dam. About six Miles from this City. They were in a party of four Young people none of whom could swim. The girl stepped off a ledge into deep water and the boy was drowned in trying to Rescue her. Miss Fritts was a Junior in. The Washington High school Here and Young Stone. Son of the superintendent of the county Post a farm was employed by his father. Their bodies were recovered. By associated pitas leased win Chicago 111. June 19.�?Railroad chiefs were marking time today while employee of the roads were marking strike hallows by july i. The Date $136,900,900 in wage cuts ordered by the United states Railroad labor Board becomes effective the strike referendum will be completed and the nation will probably know whether it faces an actual rail strike and a threatened transportation War. Developments of the last Twenty four hours included a statement by Ben w. Hooper will Santa a a strike chairman of the Railroad labor Board predicting an adjustment of the Railroad situation without a strike and peace on the roads by next fall. Statements to the Board by leaders of the rail unions condemning the wage reductions and serving notice that a strike if favored in the referendum. Will be sanctioned by the Union chiefs. Word from Washington that pres Iden Harding intends to Back up the Board which has no Power itself under the transportation act to enforce its decision. Gradual abandonment by the carriers of their system of putting shop work out at contract a system which has Bee one of the barriers to peace was predicted by Hoover. Following the Lead of the Southern Pacific. Other roads Are expected to speedily do away with labor contracts the Board chairman said referring to charges by a leading Railroad periodical that the Board was completely dominated by the wishes of labor organizations and to More recent accusations by the unions that the wage reductions were a Quot miscarriage of Justice a or. Hooper asserted that a a discriminating Public will find the truth at a Point about half Way Between these two vote Complete this week if the unions and the railroads respect the decisions of the Board a fair minded Public will stand for nothing else he declared. The strike referendum is expected to be cd a pitted by next sunday five Days in Advance of the age reductions. Early balloting and tabulation of the returns was urged by b. M. Jewell head of the railway department of the american federation of labor so the employee can be advised of the result by the time their pay checks go under the pruning knife july i. Poincare will press. Washington treaties by associated press leased wire . France. June 19�?Premier Poincare. It is understood has decide cd to press parliament for immediate ratification of the treaties negotiated a the Washington conference with j out reservations of any character. Rear Admiral Lacaze. Former min i ister of Marine who was charged with the task of studying the trea-1 ties especially the naval limitations i pact has reported to the Premier that in his judgment there will not be any pronounced opposition. By Mark Sullivan National political correspondent of the Mitchell evening Republican and the new York evening Post. Washington. D. C., june 19�? copyright 1922 by the Mitchell evening Republican and the new York evening leaders can look Forward safely to a breathing spell so far As the Republican primary in Minnesota today is concerned. Senator Kellogg will surely be renominated. He has two opponents in the Republican primary of whom the less negligible is sex congressman Lunden. Or. Lundeen s congressional District is one in which there is a Large proportion of voters of foreign birth or foreign antecedents. When Lun Deen was in Congress in 1917, he took a referendum in his District on the question of our entering the War. The result was overwhelmingly Adverse to our declaring War. And in consequence Lunden voted against the declaration of War. Against the draft act. And against some other War measure. In consequence he was Defeated when he sought to return to the House in 1918. And in 192a, when he tried once More. He made Little showing no one can expect that his opposition to Kellogg will amount to much. Mrs. Oleson will will in the democratic primaries on the same Day. One of the contestants. Mrs. Peter b. Olsen. Is almost As much in the Lead in her party As Kellogg is in his. Her chief opponent is an elderly Farmer and banker who years ago was identified with Greenback and populist movements mrs. 01e�en will almost certainly be nominated and will be the first woman Eer to have received a regular nomination for the la United states Senate. Senator Kellogg will be almost As Safe in the subsequent election As he is in the primaries. His immunity is largely due to the fact that the Radical elements which in some other Western skates sex Prev a themselves in the Republican party in Minnesota have segregated themselves into a third party known a the Farmer labor party. This party will have a separate candidate for the Senate in the person of a Minneapolis dentist. Kellogg a Only danger lies in a possible Union after the primaries Between the democrats and the fam or labor party. Just now certain move Are being made to bring about such a combination. But it is unlikely that mrs. Olesen would be willing to become a party to it. Many women candidates mrs Olesen will be the most conspicuous example of the woman in politics during the present political year. Aside from her there Are throughout the country Twenty two other women who Ere trying to get into either the Senate or the House in Mississippi and in West Virginia there Are women trying to get the democratic nomination for senator in new York and in Pennsylvania the prohibition candidates for senator Are women. As to the lower House the one woman who now sits in that body. Miss Alice Robertson of Oklahoma. Will be a candidate for re election. In each of the skates of Illinois Indiana. Pennsylvania Alabama and Texas two women Are trying for congressional nominate tvs or for election. In each of the states of Arkansas. California. Michigan. Nebraska. Tennessee and Mississippi there is a congressional District in which a a Ryan is trying for nomination or for election. In Minnesota a woman who fills the office of mayor of the town of St. Peter is trying for a congressional nomination. France draws political lines at Hague meet son in Law of american ambassador to England is among men indicted policy. Outlined at will be adhered to. It is officially said no session today. Tho Hague. Holland. Juno it. No meeting of the conference was held this morning today s session being set or afternoon. Paris. France. June 19.�?france will take part in the conference at the Hague with the russian delegates beginning june 26. It was officially announced at the foreign office this morning. If political questions Are introduced. However the French Dele i Gates will promptly withdraw. The French government it was sex j planned has reached its decision to participate with the russians at the j ague without waiting for further developments in the preliminary my to j legs there in order to eliminate the i by associated press leased wire Trenton. N. J., june 19�?colona Marcellus h. Thompson vice president and Active head of toe Auto ordnance company of York a been indicted by the a Ede a jury Here on a charge of a conspiracy to ship Arm ire in in violation of the neutrality is. Tile announcement was made today by assistant United states District attorney Thorn Arrowsmith seven More indicted indictments also hav been returned against the Auto ordinance com a Pany Ond Sven other individuals of j the same charge As the result of the seizure at Hoboken Nom time ago of the cosmopolitan line freighter Eastside in the Coal bunkers of which were found 459 Machina guns. The guns we re alleged to have been destined for use by sinn fein in Ireland. The other individuals indicted Are Frank Williams alias Lawrence de Lacey alias Lawrence Pierce who la alleged to have paid for the shipment of guns and his brother. Fred Williams alias Edward de Lacey who is alleged to have been implicated in the Purchase of the guns. Both Are believed now to be in Ireland. George Gordon Rorke a Salesman of Washington who is alleged to possibility that further delay might have placed an order for the gun with the Auto ordnance company. Secretary is named Frank j. Merkling. Secretary of the Auto ordnance company. Frank b. Ochsenrider of new York and Washington who is accused of placing the firs order for some of the guns w it tie Muscat Lelh the guns with the Auto Ord Franco company. I John Culhane a truck Man. Of new York. Who is alleged to have j carted the guns from the american j railway express company in new i York to his store House in the Bronx for Frank Williams. A or. Brophy. Whose first name i i unknown to the Federal authorities who is alleged to have carted the shipment from Culhanee a storehouse to the East Side. The guns were manufactured by the Coit Patent arms company of Hartford conn., and Are alleged to have been sold by the Auto ordnance i company. Is Harvey s son in Law their inventor is said to be Gener be interpreted As obstructive tactic. The French delegates. How a or have received strict instructions o and her to the French policy As outlined in Genoa and to leave the conference at one upon Fie Entrance of political questions they will stick closely it is stated to the French Contention that the soviet authorities must recognize the principle of respecting foreign owned private property and the payment of foreign debts. Big fourth of july fete to be discussed chamber of Commerce membership will hold first i a1 John t Thompson father of col meeting this evening fourth of july in Mitchell this year probably will be observed in the Good old fashioned Way. As a meeting of the members of the chamber of Commerce has be a Cal cd by h. W King acting Secretary of the body to be held in the municipal court room at 8 30 p. In today. At this tim plans will be considered for a big Celebration on the fourth. The feature of the Day will be a double header Ball game scheduled Onel Thompson. The latter is a son in Law of colonel George Harvey american ambassador to great Britain there was considerable mystery about the guns after their be Zure and an investigation was started by the United states shipping Board and the department of Justice. Frank Williams claimed ownership of the guns after seizure. He declared he had a a it Purchas a a number of Grna through the Auto ordnance company and stored them in a warehouse. He said they had been stolen from the Ware farm land have you a farm to sell or do you want to buy one you will never be Able to Purchase land cheaper. Whether it s buyers or Sellers of land that you seek the Republican can put you in touch with them through a Small classified announcement on the want and Page. The Cost is extremely reasonable Only 2 cents per word per insertion with saturday want ads free with every two to five issues. Cash to accompany the order. You wid surely find some Good prospects among our 40,000 readers senator Hale seeking re nomination in Maine scoria try pro Ici myi wire Inland. A. June 19.�?United states senator Frederick Hale bought renomination by the republicans at the Maine state primaries today. Opposed to him were former congressman Frank e Guernsey and former state senator Howard a via. Senator Hale Camj Jain was confined to Brief statements to the effect that he was Content to stand on the record of his first term. Or. Guernsey who was Defeated for the nomination six years ago by senator Fernald then governor by 800 votes has Emph sized the geographical Issue. He has pointed out that senators Hale and Fernald both live in the Western part of the state and has contended that Eastern Maine ought to have a senator. Or. Davies is known As the Union labor candidate. Women voted for the first time in a state primary and or the first time there were women candidates for various offices. Between the Mitchell kernels and. A. Watertown the. First Kama w la tart hound did not know at 3 p. In. And the second at 6 p. In. \ �0t ors f m Rorke later a arrested and was said to have admitted that he sold the guns o a group of strange men. Information withheld the indictment were returned by j the january Federal grand jury 1 which concluded its work in april. Information concerning the indictments were withheld. It was indicated because of the inability to reach some of those indicted. The technical indictment against the men As a body charged them f with Quot conspiracy to set on foot and provide the Means for military enter prise to be carried on against the territory of a foreign Prince with the United states was at. of a Man believed to be James e. 1 of strand of new York found behind a West Side residence Early today a resented an unusual mystery to the i police. After preliminary investing j tons officials were unable to determine whether the Man had been Mur a dered or had accidentally strangled to death on his own false Teeth while asleep. The neck was discoloured indicating strangulation and a stained Hatchet j handle nearby led at first to a theory of murder. Further examination showed that a set of Alee Teeth had a lodged in the Man s Throat leading the police to believe that he May have fallen asleep and strangled when the in All probabilities there will be a Parade in the morning in which the various organizations of the City will have a part and in the evening the plan is to have a Large display of fireworks. False Teeth or thug Chicago police wonder which killed Straub by associated press leased wire whom Chicago. Ii june 19�?the body Nfn a Sun bombards former capital president. Refugee on gunboat fire on City a Cheng s men Rob merc Hants count each abbreviation and number As one word. Also include name and address in computing the Cost. Start die and at once the evening Republican Black rust Cost nation 22 million bushels of wheat was Ireton. D c. June 19.�?losses to wheat growers from he ravages of Black rust aggregated 22.09.000 bushels in 1921. According to estimates made by the department of agric Tor. The american farm Bureau federation announced today. The average loss during each of the preceding four years was 26,59,000 Bushel. Mitchell sooth Dakota sturday want ads free with every two to five issues Watertown shooter High Aberdeen. 3 a. June 19�?a j. French of Watertown 8 d. Was High gun in yesterday s shoot of the annual three Day tournament of the South Dakota trap shooting association. Being held Here with a perfect score of 1�0 Guy Abott of Yale s. Was second with a 99. Weather report unsettled tonight and tuesday somewhat cooler East and Central portions tonight by associated pres leased Wirt London ,eng., june 19�?Sun Tat sen. Former had of the Southern , government who fled from in Tccubomkl-wi.1 a Ntow a upon the occupy Lon Otth. Today baseball a National league St. Louis .203 too oooo i 9 0 new York 020 too 104�?4 to 2 Pfeffer and Ainsmith Douglas Causey v. Barnes and Smith. City by the forces of Chen Chung i min. Was on one of the warships which shelled Canton. Saturday Hon Kong dispatches to the time i say. I warships continued their bombardment for half an hour at midday using six Pound and three Pound Aho j and firing was renewed at 4 o clock j the gunners were apparently reek less of the live of civilians. A after the firing ceased. Chen Pittsburgh Ooi too 022 of troops robbed the people in the Brooklyn too too 004 of Street on the pretext of searching tie end Lith. For arms and ammunition. The Glazner. Hamilton and Gooch i streets shortly became practically de Vance Decatur and Deberry sorted. Whereupon the soldiers looted f the shops. Chicago a to nos 0 a re at exodus from Canton was Philadelphia too Ooi 3 i Pla when the dispatch was Stueland. Kaufman and Wirtz Weinert Winters and Henline. Sajn raft Cincinnati Pond rain. At Boston game Post american league Boston .010 04 Detroit. 15 Quinn. Fullerton Harch and Ruel j Stoner. Oldham and Bassler. Foree consist in addition to a few provincial gunboat. Of a fairly modern ship representing the Northern Squadron which he eel Zed about six weeks ego. The Fukien Crews have never Beer replaced by can one a general Chen Chiung in has no ships hut apparently holds the principal fort Nolan would push a twin Arak Viz proposed Coal probe Mays and Hoffman mails and of Neill. _ a by associated Preas leased wire Washington too too 0 Washington. D. June 19�? an Chicago .00 of Appeal was made today before the Mog Ridge and Gharrity Schupp House rules committee by represent Schalk. I Tai Ive Nolam. California for a Rule a a which would set in Ime for Theon Philadelphia. .0? aiders too of the Bland Resolution for St. a congressional investigation of the Heimach and Perkins Kolp and j Coal strike situation. The committee Severaid. Look the matter under consideration a my in
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