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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - June 23, 1921, Mitchell, South Dakota
The evening Republican City edition vol xxxv Imitchell s. Thursday june 23, 1921 number 201 worlds great Bank slashes discount rate thle kind of Industrial revolution we would like to see mailing l h of. Bank of England cuts half percent to six cent schedule big London Surprise Deposit Kates expected to decline in sympathy before d by is Oyer Illy Ai hoc a i cd Prei a rated win London engr., june 23.�?Tho Dank of England sprang a Surprise upon he Money Market by reducing its rate of discount one half of one por cent to six per cent just As the Banks were making up their half yearly accounts. This will necessitate a great Deal of extra work in altering the rates of interest and it was expected that during the Day tile Deposit rates would be lowered. It had been thought that the Bank of England would abstain from any reduction Iii the rates pending a settlement o the labor troubles and it is believed the chief reason for the decision to lower the rates was the necessity that the Treasury be Able to borrow Money More cheaply. Big Muddy up nearly to feet i Der inc Hes Rise in last Dav a danger of Bridge going passes. A Rise of about four inches in the water of the Missouri River in 24 hours brought the stage of the Stream at Chamberlain to 9.09 feet this morn ing it was reported at the local Chicago Milwaukee and St. Paul rail j Lead office. Although it is possible that the flood Waters and Drift Wood will take out a portion of the Bridge there is no immediate danger according to re bops from Chamberlain. Re lie s age c f the River at Mobridge. No try 250 Iller North of Chamberlain was 10.1 feet this morning. The difference in the height it the water is due to evaporation. The River at Mobridge is spume1 by an Ali Sterl Bridge that cannot be harmed by the High and join Wood. Buck rust in two counties farm As real Home is topic at Congress 25 Illy Ikon Riuard part no i wire i Boston mass., june 23.�?babe i Tuth of the new York Yankees today knocked his Twenty fifth Home run in the fifth inning of the game with Boston with one Man on base. South Dakota farm women begin annual convention Here today talk Rural growth How to keep Young people a Down on Tup farm is problem argued How to keep the Young people a Down on the farm by providing wholesome recreational activities for them was discussed in Mitchell today by members of the South Dakota farm women a Congress who gathered in the City for their second annual session. Rural development movement which have been started in scattered communities All Over South Dakota were reported by the women present. Town Halls which have been converted into Community centers consolidated schools which have formed a nucleus for study and social clubs churches which have started musical development among Rural com noun i Sims blames jackass talk to news men misquoted by x Evy Sim pers is Admiral s Alibi Iven to Denby today by Aho Raiteri l re a lenses wire Washington. Cd june 23.�?rear Admiral William s. Sims reported personally to Secretary Denby today that he had been misquoted if press accounts of remarks made in London touching on Irish sympathizers in the United states. The officer was recalled from leave of absence to explain these remarks and Secretary Denby directed him today to Mak Quot a written statement giving a Correct text of what lie has said. Admiral Sims arrived from London yesterday and called on or. Denby at the Navy department this More lug. A. F. L urges u. S. Control of packers Denver conclave also urges acquisition of stockyards and cars also registration Resolution designed to give e endorsement to North Dakota Bonds ties and even a Camp meeting which 4. _ ,. I he was with tile Secretary Only a min religious Aid a social As Well As a to the Community Iii which it is Lo-1 rated were among the Means mentioned for bettering Rural recreational conditions. Dancing condemned Denby said after his interview dancing was condemned by several of the women. A we Are trying to give the Young i Hui Quot Curacy of the statements attributed people something else to think about j Ute or two then going to the office of Admiral Coontz chief of rib Val operations. The Admiral refused to comment on the Case in any Way hut secretary1 port ution of Moat and Quot at with Aru perishable food products and a system of compulsory registration of Illy associated Presa lenses Vav ire Denver Colo., june 23.�?the convention of the american federation of labor today voted Down a proposal calling for an amendment to the Constitution of the United states taking Power from Congress and placing it in the hands of Hie people through referendum vote. The official Roll Call showed that 21,742 votes were cast against Tho War referendum and 14,330 for it. Want Packer control Denver Colo. June 23.�?the convention of the american federation of labor today called upon Congress to enact legislation to control the meat packing Industry of the country. The legislation demanded provided for Early acquisition by the railroads of the principal and necessary stockyards and of All refrigerator cars and special equipment cars used for trans the officer a Admiral Sims has denied the a la was tile Way one woman expressed Tho a Honl ii 8tat< <1 that Etc was aim of her Community with regard to correctly quoted. A a. A a a i gave him a written me Moran dancing. J a nearly All the women attending the setting Forth those statements Congress As actual residents of farms asking him to inform me in and Are acquainted with farm work writing where he was misquoted and their program is a practical one As to Tell me if he could what he did deals with pure bred hog raising a it in that speech. I asked him to and gardening As Well As with music give me an Early reply. My Meinor and Art in Rural communities. Ankum was an official Communia the sane style show to be opened Tion to Admiral Sims in the form of at 9 30 a. In., tomorrow by miss Sci an order. Rongstad of Brookings. Home kiwanis urge six boats sink i Dawes flares disarmament i in Gulf storm up a bit again Huron official reports it in Charles mix and Yankton but expert Den i is by pre lenses Vav ire i Huron s. A. June 23.�?in his weekly report of crop conditions. C. I Marvin chief of the weather Bureau United states department of agriculture Here says he has in ports of Black rust in Charles mix and Yankton counties. Small grains mostly Spring wheat and Oats have been damaged by the heat and Wroght in Spink and Clark counties he reported. Expert denies it Brookings to. D., june 2 3.�?�?othe report that Black rust is already with us is an erroneous one and is not founded on facts said a statement issued today by or. Arthur t. Evans associate professor of argon on at South Dakota state College. Seine i it Eaf rust a cutin in convention i Wor intern action Al it Aln Ference to consider limit \ i Ion. Illy annotated pre a Pel Cleveland. Ohio. June 2 2.�?the Al i Wanis clubs convention went on rec j Ord Tod Ayas favouring an International j conference to consider tim imitations of armament and pledge riot toward the promote Vin cd amicable relation f Nada and the United six Thor resolutions ado the clubs to worn for to of patriotism Iii file sen wire lines Down and some by done to crops in some places Illy it in oct Ltd pre Besan wire Dallas tex., june 23.�?the sink j it of six boats off por budget if i Al will own Joh will be done right their Sui a u of Eon bet wee in Boa yesterday which was it ported night at t or j demoralization for a time a and Telegraph Community Al lain sections and slight crops and property was the age so far As the cd u is with All forestation urge budget system in International Corr it three Days a a. Ltd Oregon and a he their plans for a 1 novem it Ai optic govt ration a r 11 tie to d the f y of per i in a Volt to v a each a Ken if y fur re i of the it in t St he of land in Resu Wile night a storm a Oast from thur wed the dam been expel Marrable i its Torc-.1, it Arkansas tic rally rems Christi. It of Telephone Ion in cer injury to ii damns could be Learned last Ting from tile tropical ii swept tile Texas Gulf Brownsville to port Are Day. Age was far less than ha3 cd and the storm was re or its extent rather than was asserted. Fly % Spier Laten pres lenses Var a Washington. I it. A. June 23.�?Charles Dawes of Chicago chosen by president Harding to head the new government budget system announced after a conference with the president today that he would Call on a a demonstration Leader from the state College is expected to attract a Large number of women. Among women who took part in the discussions this morning were mrs. J John Downer of Freeman mrs. S. I j. Patrick and mrs. Heister of Park i i or mrs. It. L. Cheney mrs. Hallie furnish c. Morgan and miss Nellie Peterson of Haakon county mrs. Carr of St. Lawrence mrs. Oscar Berglund mrs. By. A. Fulford and miss Elizabeth Matson of Clay county miss Mable sensor of the Dakota Farmer and mrs. May Kirk of Sioux Falls. Mrs. Hill Barman mrs. A. H. Hill of Mitchell was appointed chairman of the resolutions committee which will report Friday. Of fight All night to Block flood Hundred men work desperately to bolster Wilson dam in Colorado number of experienced business men a it Lcarl Gunderson of Mitchell to serve in the budget Bureau without greeted the women and mrs. Downer pay because he considered the staff of Freeman responded. Mrs. Paul provided by Congress wholly invade j a lock of Mitchell led Community Farmer hangs himself with his shoestring it Ali Aston Donl it site it i Wirt s our City. La. Jul his shoe strings for j l film or. 45. A farm neb., hanged i i a it is True that we have plenty of t son i of rust he stated. A but j a so Quot a ordinarily red Leaf rust does very lit a us a to damage. Reports of Black Stem q rust on wheat before the first week in i Al sing Fritz Linier i barn it a july should be looked upon As Rumor unless specimens Are produced to prove the authenticity of this of Javis s. Cashier arrested in forgery worlds record cow beats her own Mark \ Noel ated areas i Star l a ire i it Ford. Opt june 2 3 a belie i the worlds record cow t. A. Barron of Brantford. By Iii rial i re a longed wire Sioux Falls. S. I june 23.�?w. W. Vulf cashier of the first National a Ink at Davis. S. A. Which was closed recently by i. A. Walker examiner. Was arrested today and charged with misapplication of funds and forging of notes. Wulf was brought to Sioux la alls this afternoon by William Hick j by United states marshal. Examiner Walker announced the Bank prob j ably willbe Able to re open soon. To i by brants Pontiac owned by has set a new record. Of the Holstein friesian it a announced today for to fiscal year a in it i Bela Pontiac produced pounds fat i 2 9 poum 1.573.75 pounds off a Lai Tes association showed tha in june 15 milk 27.oi today a baseball \ m Eri Ca n i bag i ii new York. 200 12 j ioo�?6 at Boston too too oooo i Collins and Schang Thorn and waiters Quale. Or. Dawes declared in a statement that if the budget system was to be a Success Reliance must be placed j singing. The sessions of the convention Are being held inthe basement of St. Mary s episcopal Church. A recep pitiful s Tion to the delegates under the Dir action of Mitchell club women will be Given at the elks club from 7 to 8 of clock this evening. Or. Freeman Ward of the University of South Dakota will give a lecture on Quot resources of South Dakota a immediately following the reception. Th1 lecture i i w ill be Given at the Church however. Dust Ria i agricultural and i sane style show on a something else than the machinery provided by a one might As Well be handed a toothpick a added the statement Quot with which to Quot Tunnel pikes or. Dawes in his statement said we All know the desperate condition of the business of the country at present in commercial and that it is staggering under a tremendous Burden of Taxa from which it must be relieved i a Anoria Ted pre tire Marshall Colo., june 23 a in the Moonlight with Only the of fusion Al Flicker of a lantern More the n a Hundred men fought frantically All night with picks and shovels and Road scrapers to reinforce the crumbling Clay of the big Marshall dam and keep it from giving Way. This morning the dam was still standing but the Structure is weakened to such an extent that it May give Way at any moment according to the men working to prevent its breaking. At 2 30 this morning two assures appeared in the retaining Wall and water began to seep through. The weakened Section of the dam settled another foot Between Midnight and Daylight. This Section has jetted More than 12 meet since tuesday night. The water level in the 800 acre Lake is now less than live feet below the All Pat Kern engaged in the meat packing Industry of stockyard owners and Market agencies and dealers engaged in the business of buying Anil Selling in Commerce livestock at a stockyard. The convention urged a governmental information and non fun Ancial assistance to co operative municipal and other governmental Slaughter houses packing plants and the executive Council was instructed to take Steps at once to secure the a prompt enactment of such a Resolution designed to give endorsement to Bonds of the state of North Dakota and to the nonpartisan league was referred to the International unions with recommendations for favourable action within the constitutional limitations of those organizations. What was termed a the Ever growing abuse of the injunction in labor disputes was condemned by the convention. All affiliated organizations a re called upon to wage a Campaign for working \ legislative Relief. In support of the anti injunction Resolution. John p. Frey of the moulders Union declared that there is Quot class distinction in the a cited As an example a number of injunction cases against labor. Ile declared that fifteen years ago the Massachusetts supreme court was considered fair to organized labor adding Quot now this court has become one of the most reactionary judicial bodies in the United states As far As labor is Washington. A Philadelphia Schaht. Acost us and Perkins t a a if lowest Point of toe retaining Wall. 0 o�2 20x-.nd Gharris 11 a for budget it no >1 Louis at Detroit. Van Guild. R Bossier. Cd eve Lam at Chica Covelo or Ken e. M fid in Dauss and no <hmj�?1 a i 2 2 Oxx j 12. And Nunatak said Congress too by it hat i directors and part meet should i Cabinet head was allowed at not More National Leaotus Philadelphia at Brooklyn Causey and Miller. Brxa to Mil jus a and tis Dawes a Ltd to it nor be for president Ding Anteri be to Wash compese qty to the As soon As revive. T work which he i task55 or. Daw appropriated $22&Quot,. Is provided that the i instants in each reappointed by the d that the director it select four Ein poles i $6,000 each. ? provi asked death takes Bartelt the sane style show will occupy All of Friday morning. Friday afternoon s program opening it 1 30 p. Rn., will be As follows Community sing mrs. Raines. A a _ address a landscape gardening a after Auto Accident mrs. Florence c. Bervyn. Centerville. Address a Poland China experience a mrs. May Kirk Sioux Falls. Music address a music in Rural districts a mrs. Oscar Smith Colman. Address mrs. Fannie m. Klinck. Clarksville. Iowa. President farm women a National Congress August i i shall ask i i invite a number of j in business men to j Glen to set Rve with n in an advisory carnage he weather report Foret ast i Suth Dakota Genera Tai to a Gilt and Friday not much change temperature. Local temperatures by the republicans recording Erm Ometer wednesday thursday 3 a. In. T�?T7 j 6 a. In. Tit 9 a. In. 94 12m. 99 j p. In. Thursday too. I thursday 65 c p. In. 94 c p. M. 93 s p. In. 80 12 p. In. 73 maximum 2 Nom a wanted to rent a House sewing wanted. Lee Box wanted Liou Evv Ork wanted washings wanted sheep shearing wanted plastering wanted these anti Many other wants have been advertised in tile want and column of tin Republican Iii the last few Days. Read the Republican want and regularly. The benefits which you derive rom to is practice ultimately pay you splendid returns. No matter Luil you Are seeking. The Republican want ads will a Sist you to find it. Read the want and every Day. Boston. Ooi 021 oooo 4 9 i at new York 2l2 123 0x�?io 14 0 Scott. Watson. Braxton and or i Toney and Snyder. First game i Pittsburgh. 02j a j at St. Louis. To j Hamilton and Schmidt and Pilhoefer. Chicago. Ooi i at Cincinnati. 200 York. Freeman and Killifer qua re and Hargrave. Lead Price dolls. New yrs City june 23.�?the american smelting and refining company today reduced its Price of Lead from 4.30 cents to 4 40 cents per Pound. Woman sues for huge sum Illy to Civite it i pre leased a Fri a Sioux Falls s. june 23.�?Charles of. Bartelt local attorney who was n do red in the automobile Accident near Platte. S. D., monday night ii which Edwin r. Winans assistant att Are general of South Dakota was i lied died at a Hospital at Cie de this morning. The bodies of and Winans will arrive Here this afternoon. They were Brothers in Law. Ole Hoaglin the Platte newspaper editor who also was Hurt in the Accident was reported recovering today. August i. I will Call together in Masse All the Bureau chiefs of the Deli Oso n too of w Alker j 10 a mar Par Iii wat hint their assistants in explain my purposes i ment of this work she loaned to Man supposed to be Theodore Roosevelt a should of i Irma Chil pre >1 too i Sod. A eve lop a Vert or Illy a of a try i press braid xxi i la Daic ind june 23.�?mrs learning a at the a a ecu it is of added. Emma Richardson Burkett who has new Dakota league j fir get game Aberdeen. At Madison. J ruse. Xae Goli and Deniu nor and Tinze. Or. Let1 tire from Ber after presented res said be exp the directorship the fit it Budge to Congress. I Ted to rein it be Nill and been i 4 2 4 0 Cut trolley wage East St. Louis. 111 june 2 Home stake cuts wage fifty cents per Day Fie. Lead s. D., june 23.�?the heme i n hour for Motorman and conductors stake mining company the largest auction in wages from 70 to 51 cents god mine in South Dakota has in and from 63 to 4 8 cents for showmen flounced a reduction of 5u cents per and labourers was announced by the Day in the wages of ail employees of compan today to take effect july 12 festive july 16. Filed a claim for $69,100 against the estate of the late Theodore Roosevelt to collect a note which she says the tonner president endorsed today told the Story of a mysterious financial transaction. Mrs. Burkett claims she met Roosevelt and a Man introduced As Charles j. Shun son. Who she believed was a former Bouch rider in a Chicago office building during the Reubi can notional convention of 1912 and there loaned the Money to shunned. On his note cached by the former president s signature. Mrs. Burkett scouted suggestions she had been duped by a Clever Confidence Man posing As the sex presi Dent. A or. Burkett lot her a a torn after the Roosevelt estate had branded the Sig future on the alleged note a forgery and had refused to pay the claim. An Uncle. Henry Richardson a Miner who spent rust of his life in Montana. Cirado and Nebraska died in february. 1912. While on the Way to Alaska and left the Money in her care the interest to be paid to his daughter. Mary Kenney. He said. She Cor Iii d a . A Justice of the peace now dead in Danville Iii. About an investment and in june 1912 was called to Chicago where she was introduced to he Tisou and the Man she believes was colonel Roosevelt. According to mrs. Buried Shannon paid interest on the loan fit the late of seven per cent until 1917. When he went to France. She has not i cd heard from i in. Merchants vote Down plan of half Holiday retail association against ministers plea for ii Alf Day Ole each week a proposition to close Al Mitchell business houses for one afternoon during the Middle of each week to give the employees a half Holiday was voted Down it the regular luncheon of the Mitchell retail merchants association today. It was declared to be impracticable at the present tune. The Mitchell ministerial association presented the matter to the merchants asking tha tit by Given consideration. I aroused considerable discussion at the meeting today. Preliminary arrangements for Auto Tours of Mitchell business men to a rounding towns were discuss 1 at the meeting and arrangements we for continuing the investigations further. Claims Carp will Knock out Dempsey within six rounds new York City june 22.�?georges Carpentier has More than an even Chance of carrying the heavyweight boxing tit in the opinion of the Vanguard of european sporting writers who arrived yesterday aboard the new French liner Paris on or Maiden trip from be flare. Charles led oui. Bantamweight Champion of France predicted Carpenter would Knock Dempsey out in six rounds. A i have seen both men in action. Lie said. A and base my opinion on personal observation. For the first time in his career Dempsey will be called upon to fight a brain. Carpentiers a brain coupled with his strength and precision in hitting will
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