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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - June 22, 1921, Mitchell, South Dakota
The evening Republican City edition vol xxxv Imitchell s. Wednesday june 22, 1921 number 200 Hurricane sweeps Gulf coast Sims returns to Beard lion in Denby a Den carpet awaits his footprints while he explains his a a jackass speech police stand guard in my. Protea teis i 01% Lyas Wilson was who \ he return he i Hom Paris a by la Rye a wire new York City june 22.�? rear Admiral Sims returned Home today to explain to Secretary Benty remarks attributed to him in his recent London speech on Irish americans. Refusing to be taken ashore by a Cutter he came up the Bay aboard the liner olympic to meet friends or foes who might be awaiting him near the pier. I2verything was peaceful when the Veteran sea dog landed. A thousand Blue Coats were massed on the Dock to preserve order. Indeed they were so numerous that with wharf workers and passengers it would have been difficult for Many other persons to have found foothold on tile pier. Police lines were drawn several blocks North and South of the pie Entrance. Not even when Woodrow Wilson returned from the peace con Fer nce were More thorough preparations made. First to mop ashore the Admiral was the first person to step ashore. He entered an automobile with hear Admiral Muse commander of the third naval District. Who was there to Gre to him flanked by police he Rode Pway announcing he would take the firs train for Washington. From the handful of persons on the pier there came neither cheer nor taunts. Among those who met the Admiral was his brother. On the trip from quarantine the Admiral maintained strict silence declining to make any statement before reporting to the Secretary of the Navy. Premed i i Mufti the Admiral was dressed in Mufti indeed during the voyage he Worf his uniform Only at dinner. Mrs Sims accompanied him Home. On her Way to the pier the olympic passed a sound Steamer whose passengers lined the rail. Across the stretch came the sound of cheer for Sims. There was also no demonstration outside the pier. Nor on the Way to the Pennsylvania station. Few Boos and cheers Ai the station however there Werf a few Boos and cheers anti one woman was seen parading with a Banner bearing the picture of a jackass apropos of the reference to Jack asses reported to have been made he Admiral Sims in his London speech the woman was not troubled by the police. Admiral Sims and his party left to Washington at 11 08. Colonel m. A. Kelly of the league for the recognition of the Irish Republic said a copy of the adopted by the organization denouncing the Admiral for his speech were handed to him upon his arrival together with a mock certificate of thanks. Admiral Sims declared he had not seen the documents. Ertle to ump Champ fight new j for say Hoving body selects referee for Arp dumps by Boi t it by am guru of i Rem mire Jee Raey City. N a. June 22.�? j. Harry Fyrtle f Jersey City today was formally elected by the new Jersey a ate boxing commission As referee for the i it Dempsey to arpent Ier bout july 2. The decision was reached at a closed session. The commissioners later Wen tto Hoyle s thirty acres to inspect the Arena where they expected to be joined by Carpentier. Krotje a City marshal has officiated at important boxing matches for More than ten years. He refused the Ltd Arpen Iier let Vinsky bout Here Las october. Waiting for a somebody up ahead to Start up so the procession can move j a fondle let Stop pro pm us Ahab tug at is 7%% Snowder what i Terv rec a ahead i King and Queen survive peril of trip to Erin George and Mary first English sovereigns to Ulster in 20 years Feine is stay away loyalists cheer Mon chs but Large military Force Fly it in ital p Vatu women pushing amendment 20 est Al rights with mex mph old be part of con Stit Vuk to do Hays sets i by a Atolia Ted pre leaded wire Washington. Cd. June 22.�? official announcement a made last get of the first meeting of the to organized women a National party that Resolution soon would he introduced a of egress embodying a twentieth mend Merit to the Constitution. The amendment will be designed to do Way with a fall Law discrimination against according to miss Faud younger newly appointed legs Tive chairman of the party. As tentatively drawn the Amend Moi reads equal rights with men shall not e denied to women on account of x or marriage by the i nned states r by any state or territory subject o the jurisdiction of the i United at the same time. Miss younger Aid plans will Fie Laid to put before he 48 state Legislatures an identical ill designed to prevent through state enactment the same Dis rumination. Mail stolen at Yankton i by associated pro lenses mire Yankton s if. June 22.�?robbers who raided i lie Milwaukee station in Yankton Early today stole seven sacks of first class mail. Its value is no known. Horseshoe Champ wins match 100-98 King Peter of Serbia is dead is report a by Vuk for turd pres leaded mire London. England. June 21.�?the weekly newspaper. The near East. Learns that King Peter of Serbia died three or fur Days ago. The serbian legation and the British foreign a it of tip deny any knowledge of King Peter s reported death. Tornado sucks up. A Lake and pours it Down on a farm wheat rust in North Dakota state College expert says two spots of disease have Heen eos or i by annotated press l eased m ire Belfast. Ire., june 22.�?King George and Queen Mary departed from Belfast for London in perfect safety at 4 of clock this afternoon. The Royal pair journeying from England on the tenth anniversary of their Coronation presided at the state opening of the Lister parliament Here today. It was the first time in nearly 20 years that Ulster had entertained the British sovereigns. And its Welcome helped make the occasion memorable. Important epoch the ceremony held in the City Hill was similar to that attending the inauguration of the British parliament at Westminster and was a i Brilliant spectate. The Hall was packed with those having cards of admission but the distinguished Assembly regarded the event As marking an important epoch in Irish history. Sinn fein and nationalist i members of the parliament did not participate in the exercises. From the moment tile Royal yacht Victoria and Albert dropped her escort at the Entrance to Belfast Lough to make her Way up theist Raight Channel to the Dock. The King and the Queen were the Objet of enthusiastic demonstrations by i the loyalists of Ulster. An even noise a Elcoff awaited the Royal pair As their yacht steamed past the ship Yards where the cheers of thousands of workmen mingled with the shrieks of Siren and whistle. King George and hts Consort stood on the Bridge of the Steamer and acknowledged the greeting. Heavy Tina re on Street j on each Side of the Street was stationed a Force of nearly six thou Sand regular troops standing should or to shoulder and separated from the crowds by a heavy railing. In parts of the City police kept vigilant guard against untoward incidents arriving at the City Hall. The King and Queen were met by due lord mayor and members of the Belfast Council. Warning sent out As storm brews off Galveston bulletin the a Oria Teil in Row betide wire Washington. R. A. June 22.�?the tropical storm raging on the Gulf coast apparently was moving Inland Over the Texas coast in the Vicinity of Matagorda Bay at noon today said a special bulletin issued by the weather Bureau Here at 1 50 p. In billeting Houston Tex Jun. 22.�?Hurricane warnings were issued today by or. Bunnemeyer director of the Houston weather Bureau immediately after receiving the following message from observer Mitchell at Washington a hoist Hurricane warnings 0 50 no a in. Matagorda Bay to port Arthur. Tropical storm Central off Texas Caus East of Corpus Christi. Apparently moving northward and with increasing intensity. A it willbe attended with dangerous shifting gales today along the Texas coast Between Corpus Christi and j Ort Arthur. Take All necessary pre struck last night Galveston. Tex., june 22.�?Little damage was anticipated in shipping circles Here from the storm who i struck the Texas Gulf coast Las night. A maximum tide of six feet wit maximum northeasterly wind velocities of forty to fifty Miles an hour was predicted to develop Here. Small Craft had been warned of the Dinger and no effect on larger shipping a anticipated. Steamer in distress Houston Tex. June 22.�?the steamship William i. Doheny lost n propeller in the Gulf storm and has asked for help. An sos Call was received by radio at fort Brown As follow it a propel r lost in storm o Etc pipe t a allo. Send help As soon us Cape Cava to is off the Southern end of Matagorda Island. Of Bridge peril As Missouri rampages Witek stage May exceed eleven a Eft River seller by y Eli any Ston e swelled by the flood Waters of the Yellowstone River the Missouri River is rising steadily and the Bridge across in y to my riot Fitl Presa i pm. It i tire Fargo n. D., june 22.�?dr. P. F Trowbridge head of the experimental More after the ceremonies the King and the Stream at Chamberlain is in Queen were entertained at luncheon danger according to reports received by sir James Craig the Premier of at the Chicago. Milwaukee and St. Ulster. Then they were driven once Paul dispatcher s office Here today through the Flag decorated the Rise will continue until the River station. North Dakota. Agricultural streets to Ulster Hall where they re College announced that wheat rust pc lived addresses of loyalty from Var has been discovered in North Dakota ious organizations. In two instances. He discounted the a 0 a Early appearance of the rust How-1 Ever. Saying the heading out of wheat is advanced about three Davs. O today s baseball american league first game new York 120 210 200�?i at Boston. Too too 020�?i Quinn and Behan Jones and Rue. 15 6 4 Kar. Gordon. Neb. June 22. Tornado struck the Dave a Small Gourley ranch South of Here. Destroying cat a Washington. 020 Ooi Ooi 0 at Philadelphia too 020 to 0 Zachary and Gharrity Keefe and Perkins. Final death toll at Pueblo placed at 500 i by Ankor Eutril pre l ended m ire Topeka has. June 22.�?a Survey j of the havoc caused by the Pueblo flood compiled by agents of the san us a be Railroad announced Here to a. Placed the deaths at Pueblo at. E Hundred. In the Arkansas Valley from Pueblo to the Kansas line four counties 11,520 acres of crops were ruined according to the Survey. Of yester the Sheds and Small building Day. Tho twister first struck a Small like lifted nearly a1 it he water and de posited it on the ranch near the build i mrs. Second game new York too too 000- at Boston. Too too m4x-Pfercey and Revenue Russel my Walker. I 6 2 -5 s 0 Schall labor bars red party Brighton. A Gand. June 22.�? the British labor party at its inference Here today rejected a pro it Sal introduced by the Radical Wing How the communist party to affiliate with the labor party. Is 11 feet or More above Normal it is believed. The stage of the River was 9.03 feet above Normal this morning and a Rise of at least 18 inches is expected by the Bridge Foreman. A heavy run of Drift Wood in the Stream is the real cause of the danger to the Bridge. Last year the Wate was 10.08 feet above Normal when it reached its height on june 2y. The Bridge however was in no great danger then because there was Little i Drift. I the stage of the Rivi r a year ago today was 9.06 feet. The steel spans that have been in the Bridge Are expected to allow most of the Drift Wood to pass through i without causing much destruction. 0 bandits wound banker a by 4�orlated pre leaked wire Elgin. 111., june 22.�?three Bandit shot and wounded h. W. Freise. Pres ident of the Farmers Bank of Schaumburg this morning. But he j frustrated their attempt to Rob the Bank. To Ston Globe editor Dies Ron ton mass. June 22.�?genera Arles h. Taylor editor and rubbed of the boil on Globe died at Home today. He had been fairly live until recently but two shock.1 Hin a week of each other priced the end. He was 75 years old. I by % Tho coated pre leaked wire Marshalltown la., june 22.�?frank Jackson. Kellerton la., Champion lors Shohe Pitcher of the world defeat c. Davis of Columbus of. Here yesterday afternoon too to 98. The two recently met in the a i Nous 300-Poini match for a four Hun a ired Dollar Side lie to which terminal d in court action when it was found hat the pegs were set forty one feet instead of forty As had been agreed upon. The Case will be called before a ourt in Des Moines june 24. First womanly named by Harding for Revenue Post Obuck hand letters threat chaplins life St. Louis. At Detroit. Palmero and Severeid Middleton and Bassler. 020 300 102 id old hat a by my dated pre lenses wire Washington. A. June 22.�?president woman to be collector it by poor try prel eed wire Tacoma wash., june 22.�?following a search of several weeks pasta i inspector caused the arrest acre of a Man describing himself As Henrj Baker 4 9. Printing Pressman. In connection with threatening letters said to have been received by Chapel Hap. Lin. Motion picture actor demanding $20,000 under penalty of death. Cleveland 010 Ooi 010�?3 8 0 at Chicago. Too too ooi�?2 6 2 Bagby and nun Annaker Faber and Schalk. Sale of Beer asked by full vote of a. F. L. Denver labor conclave also resolves sympathy with Ireland stage Stormy debate most drastic clauses Are shorn i rom Irish Resolution asking Boycott Illy soc info a pre wire Denver colo., june 22.�?after a dorm debate the american federation of ibor today disposed of the Irish question by adopting a rebellion trimmed of its most drastic revisions expressing sympathy for he Irish cause. The action of the convention Eori jetted tile defeat of the supports of the Boycott declaration which t aimed had been drafted by a a a. Tie gals of the Irish Republic the convention a d a Resolution urging of the volstead act to a facture an i Sale of b t i the executive Council were in it work for a change in the la. If this shorn not be be called on to petition Congress. Brady drafts Resolution. The Irish Resolution adopted 1�?T the convention was drafted by a a a Lite of Irish sympathizers i. A by Peter Brady of new York u opposed the Boycott. These Declar a ions were made. Reaffirmed the action of the m or i convention in supporting the. Irish Republic. Instructed federation exp to nov it it is and asked All National and i Ernat ional unions to urge the a ministration officials at and All members of Conge to j in lately pass legislation a cowning the Irish Republic. Lewis loosing strength the John l. Lewis Force urging him for the presidency of the Feder Tion today showed defections delegates of the ladies garment workers witching their votes to Samuel Gompers. While three delegates of the United mine workers Are reported to have gone Over to Gompers. The Ewis forces still claim Thev hot in it enough votes to win. While the ers Are equally confident to a ill re elect their candidate a roof is stage for Young orators As frat initiates six candidates for admission to the rho Sigma Delta amused the members of the society and neighbors of prof. L. M. Fort last night by Maklon a series of speeches on of i jets from the front ort1 the professor s Home. The candidates were i Allen. Miss Evelyn gym 2 Livernash by Cassem. Leo and Dean Grundland. Rho Sigma celtic is an Honora fraternity of Mitchell High schoo which includes in its membership r those who represented the school soon a interscholastic formal a this society is the of ind in the state. After the initiation Lawre Kee. Who was president during i not year presided during the Eltion of officers. Those elected we Ben Barnard president a Pegram. Vice president min d Stebbens Secretary and g Rozum. Treasurer. The election of officers was Lowed by Light refreshments. For this nine now inside if outside might make one wicked ctr Ball team Cyrus e. Woods to be envoy t on Spain farm Bureau to hold session at Atlanta in nov. Another Amateur baseball club j Veteran of the club. He has nearly might be added to Mitchells list of completed his length of service. National league i City teams As a full nine is now in i Dave Corby charged with Manu Philadelphia too too oil�?2 9 4 Joying the Leisure and comforts of factoring liquor is serving a 9<-Day at Brooklyn .311 102 on a Hll 6�?~the county jail. I jail sentence and working out a $200 Smith. Betts. Keenan and baggy this is Ute largest number of. Fine. Ernest Livingston. Clyde Boyd cadre and Miller Kreuger. Prisoners which has been in the and Asa Cheneworth were erg a i Mitchell jail at one time for several with conducting a still in the Gifford by mock Atud pre i end Fil u ire i Washington. A. June 22.�?the nomination of gyrus e. Woods of j Pennsylvania to be ambassador to Spain was sent to the Senate today by president Harding. Or. Woods selection for the place was announced t several Days ago. Of weather report at new York 020 too 020�?5 8 2jyears Fillingim and Ryan and Smith. Rowdy Douglas. First a me farm near Mitchell and a and 30-Dav to jail sen bks be charges have recruited the out $250 fines club to its present size with a few fences. Additions from other Fields of Law j it. Kinsey accused of stealing an breaking. Managers Roy Langley and automobile is bound Over to circuit Chicago. Of it Fred Wingier Are compelled to take court under Bonds of $2,000. Char thermometer forecast s nth Dakota fair tonight and thursday not much change in temperature. A Al temperatures by the republicans recording Iby \ orbited pre i ened wire at St. Louis. Of the material offered however with Les Cummings and James Kahili who Chicago. Iii. June 22�?atlanta Vaughn and Killifer Haines and Little Opportunity to look up the Are Cooks by occupation have Only Harding s first nomination of a ga., was awarded the National con Clemons. Time called rain men s batting average of last season been in jail since sunday night. They of customs vent Ion of the federation of Amer a most of the a a players Are in jail for Are working out $60 fines on charges was sent to the Senate today when Iran farm Bureau federation in no j Pittsburgh. Too Ooi too o 30 Days or More. Of transporting liquor. Charles Schafh named Jennie p Musher to be eel Venher by Tho executive committee at Cincinnati. Too 002 too o Alex Matthews who was fined $100 a Fer who was arrested monday on a Lector for District number 48. With today. The convention dates were Cooper and Schmidt Rixey and and Given 30 Days in jail for stealing j charge of manufacturing liquor was Headquarters at Salt Lake City Utah set for november 22 to 25. Wingo. An overcoat at a local hotel is the to be Given a hearing today. Wednesday thursday p. In. 93 3 a in. 64 p. In. 92 6 a in. 65 p m. 7<� 9 a. In. 80 a i m. To 12 in. 89 3 p. In. 94 maximum 3 p m. Thursday 94. Minimum 3 a. In. Thursday 6u
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