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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - June 24, 1921, Mitchell, South Dakota
The evening Republican City edition vol Xxxvii i a a Mitchell s. D. Friday june 24, 1921 number 202 soldiers die As mines blow cars off track troop train is wrecked in Erin by sinn fein dynamite planters and if you a rather use clippers Warren it la be All right with the rest of us bullets hit victims new outrage filled near i Belfast when King returns to England Illy we of Lute a a i prow lenses wire Belfast ire., june 24.�?three soldiers and a train guard were killed and some Twenty soldiers and an assistant train guard were injured when a troop train carrying soldiers from Belfast to Dublin was wrecked by the explosion of sinn fein land mines at Aber Ovyle. Near Pundiak today. An official statement issued this afternoon giving the number of causalities said that about 30 horses were killed in the a wreck or had to be j destroyed owing to their injuries. Soldiers who saw civilians running i away from the scene of the wreck Tir a at them shooting to death two unidentified persons. Two mines were employed. Evidently they had been placed after the passage of previous troop trains. A rail also had been raised. Had greeted Royalty the soldiers and horses had Par j tick rated in the reception of King George and Queen Mary on the state opening o the Ulster parliament wednesday had passed Over the spot safely. The third train was wrecked at a Steep embankment when the mine exploded most of the carriages fallin i j Over the embankment. Physicians j were immediately rushed to the some. re forces of police and soldiers also were dispatched to the spot which is in a lonely mountainous Dis a rid just beyond the l ister Border. The earliest reports said that a men had been killed and a number leered but later reports decreased this r . Bombing in Fork Cork ire., june 24.�? polio a Barracks were bombed and Thole was general Street fighting in this City lift night one woman being killed and three girls and three men wounded. The disorders began we m four milians in a motor threw i bomb at a police station. Two Otlien Barracks also were bombed but Little damage resulted. The casualty occurred in subsequent fusillade Between the poke and Civ Lions. Because of the ii is it bairns All persons Are ordered to remain indoors after 8 p. In. Arnstein and four prisoner for two years Nicky gets stretch for big graft in securities in 1919 i ads famous Case Mac curtain Kin still in mourning Leader of quintet rated As one of master minds of criminal world Illy a hmm us Ltd or no leased wire Washington. D. Cd june 24.�?jules w. Nicky Arnstein and four others were sentenced today to two years in the Federal Penitentiary by Justice Siddons in the District of Columbia supreme court. They were convicted recently by a jury of conspiracy to bring stolen securities into the District of Columbia from new York in october 1919. Those sentenced with Arnstein were i sad Ore sick Cohn of new York and David w. Sullivan Norman s. Bowles and Wilen w. Vaster Day brokers of Washington. Arnstein and Cohn also were fined $10,000 each and Bowles was fined $5,000. Their sentences and fines were the maximum under the Law. Boy slain by a the daughters or Thomas Mac curtain former lord mayor of Cork Are still in mourning More than a year after their father was assassinated they Are wearing the old celtic mourning costume in which be Maccurtain is shown Here found in Wellik f l. Charges Uncle Sam As riot Slayer Stepmother killed suspicion Wpm a babe in jail him and car pullers convention to be held soon Slacks Wolf big Muddy swells. Banks at Yankton and at Mobridge food on Way nation wide Marine strike finally ends m u r i a l Auto asset i ton will hold session in min Neap it it Lis june 28, 2ft. 30 a Rise of six inches in lev the Missouri River to Moore it is drop of one Inch v a Hin were reported this local Chicago Mil a Unco Baul dispatcher s off a at Mobridge the min Way reported to be 11 to of i my a to Gallows Normal this morning. Notices have been received in Mit i dropped one Inch Robeli of the first annual convention of yesterday t 4 p. No Mutual automobile association obtaining a level of America to he held at the hotel 1 Normal Early today 29%andj work on the Mer tailed Max i was declared _ 30. There Are about too 1 by a to it Intel i a leaned Jure new York City. June 2 4.�?the a Nide strike of affiliated Marine Javan in St. Paul on Jun 2s. 2and f work on the ire about Lim members j Bridge Ai Yankton is b n it it the my St. Rivet i to i d River i Quot a it. And. I main is feet a Bow Otth it feet the id la with Liv los bbl Mur. Dek in Chicago a a abyssinian kit to it a Lily it Hoei ate a i a Row leaned wire j Carlinville iu., june 24.�?the inuit 1 lated body cd Thomas Larmon 19, was found weighted Down in a shallow 1 we i near his Home at Gre Ridge near Here late yesterday. Bloodstains on j the Kitchen Walls at his Home and tile report that Harmon Hail quarrelled with his Stepmother Catherine i Harmon aged 36, led to her arrest. Isle is in jail with a 14 months of of i baby. I officials investigating the Case de lured they found evidence which a i dictates the youth was slain in his Steo Mother s Home and his body dragged i to tile Well. An old axe bearing signs of having been in the fire to i remove stains was found. Young Harmony a father and his step 1 Mother Are said to Ila pc separated a 1 week ago. Reprimand is i handed to Sims unions at an end yesterday. J of this organization in Mitchell. A referendum vote take by local the Mutual automobile association Union of firemen and sailors showed is an organization formed for the toe men in favor of returning of automobile owners work without an agreement with the and is a non profit organization. For ornery. I the payment of $25 annually r cd p in ii i i m o a 1 r s to. Or i i b a steady Rise in the Oil Oak yesterday fab of the River there v. Highest it has been in additional Rise i was expected bebop it Lias been be a number of Trail r Ilea n 66. Ill s Highway be 4 by the at one the dept ii feet a he and in Illy a a sorial leaned m Irel Chicago. 111., june 24�?grover c. Redding and Oscar . Negroes. Were hanged together it 7.27 a. In. Today for the killing of Robert Rose. A Sailor in conc Licet with the a abyssinian riots last june. They appeared Calm when a Ley walked upon the scaffold both slept i nil i Fin Abb in ate a h pm Admiral is a ensured by Denby for speech in London against Irish friends Illy Annu lated press leaned hire Washington d. Cd. June 24.�? rear Admiral William s. Sims was publicly reprimanded today by Secretary Den of annually an an was a a per to n 1r�r of Marine engineers brought to Mobile will be pulled out of the it Baa been necessary 1 a a a Cdr part of the strike to an end mud without Cost to the owner at a number of Tramway and recently when they accepted the any time. In cases in which a car j of trestles in order to v ii agreement signed by their National is totally disabled it will be towed onslaught of great p in Milt to resident with the shipping Board. A to a garage at the expense cd the Wood carried Down in. La a q j company. In Case of any Accident or rent. Claims against the owner of the car. I four spans of the by dust remove i it Ort ions a in Iron. Drift gift cur i j speak a 1 which Hiz is speech before the English leaking Union in London june 8 in lie discussed Irish syrnic at Lin America. Fees will be paid refined sugar drops again is 1 now at 5.40 cents the Central Auto and a company is the official services thy Mocia Ted press lenses mire Hon of tile Mutual automobile new York City june 2 refined elation in Mitchell. Dur ing til sugar today broke into new Low 12 mouths.357 Miles of towage Ada lop any j Ped off by the River an i to bal. Nee of the Structure is so twisted Bine i that it will have to in taken out Hima t ire in Anil a new Star to when. He Assn water subsides. 11�?� to Driftwood past combined 4rith the High a it it r a Virv rapid current caused tin Colla Psi during the night Hearty breakfast. Sheriff Peters ret lined Possession of the corpses of �. And Mcl Gavick for More than a i ii jut. J a the department deplores the fact he gave jus his reason that reports j that it is necessary to rebuke a Flag had reached him i pm in Iii it an j officer in Public a said the reprimand attempt had been undo to restore a shut you have made such a action in he a the body of a Man j avoidable. Two months age in Iii county fail. A the department expresses its after in had left Tho custody of the Strong and unqualified disapproval of county authorities. Your conduct in having again Deli Den Yeit convention asks Harding to probe a a murder of i our in ii a Mono strike. % pre lenses wire Vor. Colo., june 2 4.�?the con 1 it it de vent Ion of the american federation of labor today called upon president Harding to investigate the strike riots at tin Standard steel car company. Hammond intl., in september 1919, my fix Tho responsibility for the Quot is using of guns and Tho death of four Ste i car workers. He bulletin charged that the worker p were shot Down with riot guns i cd by the United Staten government. All organized labor in the United i tales was requested to unite to Quot ascertain the actual facts in relation to the use of these barbarous weapons and to fix the responsibility upon such individual officers servants or fat ladies and Bony ones get style warning piano legged and spindly girls Ako told to Wear Long skirts sane style show held double measure women make poor k ale Pesco is and should Wear dark it Lothes loud colors for Stout women severe Black hats for Plain faced matrons and Short skirts for girls with too Large or to thin limbs were a few of the present Day clothing Sty Lees which came in for a share of condemnation at the Quot sane style conducted this morning at the South Dakota farm women a Congress in session in Mitchhell. Miss Selma Rongstad of the Home demonstration department of the South Dakota state College conducted the show. Quot when nature created the elephant she dressed him in Neutral miss Rongstad said in telling of the need for close attention to color in selecting Correct dresses Quot but when nature created tile Butterfly she used All the Bright colors of tile Rainbow. Quot the Large woman must remember til is lesson in selecting the colors she is to Wear a miss Rongstad continued. Quot the Large woman must Wear Neutral colors. It takes a Small slender woman to Wear Bright colors. Snappy hats for matrons. Quot the Large woman May Wear a dark dress and get the necessary tour h of color in her hat. Older women should not believe that they must Wear Only Plain Black hats. It takes a very Youthful face to look Well in a severe Mack hat so the older women should avoid illustrating Hehr statements with the use of models dressed in the different styles. Miss Rongstad told the women to develop their Good Points in dressing. Quot of you have any defect a the speaker advised the women Quot done to draw attention to it by having Bright colors near it. For instance Don t Call attention to a Bony neck by wearing a Bright coloured string of beads. Quot length of skirts must be determined largely by tile individual requirements a miss Rongstad continued. A girl whose limbs Are too Large should avoid too Short skirts even though they Are in style. The girl whose limbs arc too Small to look right should also Wear skirts to cover them dark secret revealed. Quot the Bow legged Gills ought to remember to Wear longer skirts too a one woman in the audience vol in representatives of the government t leered. Quot we used to think that men Quot a b is tin Arr i it is evening of june 20. Id of negroes led by no of 40 cents ground when several Large refiners Bas been Given by this garage tothe Structure 1 it refined granulated to a Pound. Of members of the association without any charge except the membership fee. Spangler and wire Are the Mitchell attorneys for the organization. Service stations have been established All Over the United states by this company so it is of particular a mortal re by leaned wire Alti a Persona who Are Louring Minneapolis. Minn., j in 2 4.�?the j or drinking cat named cloves a Hite of Hie old Saloon Row hero jeer drinking Pussy fights to dogs but Dies information concerning the coming convention May be obtained from the Central Auto and machine company. Ii widely known to theatrical Folk. I w is dead today As a result of fighting ten dogs. In an Alley near a theatre where pack of Grey hounds comprised i l it of an act the cat fought them i is night but the proverbial nine. Yves of a feline wore unavailing. Against ten dogs. Woman takes life by fire the so called i occurred in the i 1920, when a a Redding and c j selves Quot princes i connected with 1 it urn of negro j Parade. The Parade ended with a Bonfire i during which an american Flag was it us Oriale Ltd by it Sci tossed Oil the Blaze. Cose attempted new York City june 23.�?a baby i to Rescue the Flag and was shot to whale swam through the Narrows in i Dent baby whale swims into new York Bay to ered a highly improper speech in a foreign country and you Are hereby publicly is rating them-1 soon after the reprimand was Abyssinia Quot and i made Public Admiral Sims visited movement Tor 1 he i president at the Whitehouse. The Fiscu. Staged a purpose of Iris visit was not announced. Of Lulo Mobil to new York Harbor today. While it Lay upon a Sand bar Oft Staten Island. A watchman Ami a restaurant owner carrying a shot gun and a carving knife ended the Young visitor s life. It was a Iglitzen feet Long and apparently too Young to know j wound that an outgoing tide Waits for no whale. Lire Pana so in Ray a into a my in promiscuous Joseph Hoy. Today a baseball from an radars scattered nearby building firing which follow Cigar clerk was killed and Jos pm and Rue Powers negro pol ire n ail. Anil William Carter negro Butler wer d. American league Philadelphia too 040 ooi�?5 at Boston too too 002�?3 Hasty and Perkins Meyers to i Karr -3 -0 Washington too 02&Quot 010-at new York 112 110 30x�?9 15 i Courtney Shaw and Gharrity Mays and Behan. Who shall be found personally responsible for this great outrage against Legal and natural enactment of legislation by Congress providing Quot strict Federal control of the proud Tion and distribution of natural resources now privately held and privately developed was demanded by the convention. The convention voted to make the Lection of officers a special order of business for 10 30 o clock tomorrow morning. Electioneering on the flan of the it it no Nim during the r. Or session Oday again threaten a to in a erupt t proceedings in presided. Samuel dumpers had c or i i Rable trouble to keep order it the committees to i d report. Mother drowns in Pool As she tries to Rescue girl la Issiah in try a or a wire Green. La. June 24.�?mrs. William Moon. Died late yesterday after noon when she fell Down in a deep Pool near her Home while trying to Rescue Ruth Ritter. 9. Who also was drow Ned. The girl had waded beyond her depth and other children called mrs. Moon Yale Crew wins four mile race Over Harvard bargain Days s pee in i bargain Days arc in institution Iii Many retail establishment. Every woman knows about them they have their re Ogni de place in the Calendar along with Wash Day. Ironing Day and baking Day. But there Are Oiler bargain Alay you la find them every Day in in Republican want and column. Day in and Day out. In season and out of season you la find Hurgins genuine under pricing in nearly everything you require. Burns self to death in of n Yard while rest of family sleeps Mitchell Pennant will kiss Breeze when Sioux come House slashes big naval Bill it. Louis. 900 too a at Detroit. Too too 9 Davis. Bayne. Burwell and Severeid Leonard and Bossier. Lincoln net., june 24. Gunn 5 4. Burned herself to death Early today in the front Yard of her Home while members of the t Imily slept. Her husband said she snide an unsuccessful attempt to Mel her l in on May 16 by drinking Poison. Not motive for the aet could be signed. The family moved her weeks j go from Hastings. Neb. Of Canadian birth rate Ottawa. Ont. June 2 4.�?canada s tenant raising Day will be Cele-1 mrs. Delia \ brute at athletic Park Friday. July 1m when Mitchell will play Sioux Falls. The game will begin at 2 o clock. It is expected that the stores will by closed for the game. The Mitchell municipal band will furnish music at the Park. Illy Ori Atnel per leased m ire Washington d. �?T., june 2 4.�?a total of $414,067,440 is carried by the naval appropriation Bill under final figures completed today by Senate and House conferees. This is an in Boston ,. Crease of $18,650,000 Over the Origi at Brooklyn Nal House appropriations and almost $80,000,000 less than the Senate Cleveland olo 111 ooo�?4 9 0 at Chicago. 010 too Ooi a 2 7 0 mails and Nunamaker Wilkinson and Schalk nation Al league Chicago Cincinnati postponed rain. Regatta course new London to Onn. June 24.�? Yale won the annual four varsity eight cared race by a length from Harvard on the lies River today Mil half tha baseball kills him Wichita Kus. June 2 4.�?frank la. Williams. 43 a Farmer died at a to Al Hospital today As the result of being struck on the head by a baseball while witnessing a game to week ago. Weather report 010 110 040�?-7 12 i 004 020 ooo�?6 13 3 Oeschger and Gowdy Smith Mitchell and Miller. New York 522 too 101�?ll 19 i at Philadelphia too 020 oooo 2 8 2 Nehf and Snyder Baumgardner. The second game will a played provided. Saturday july 2, and will also begin the Senate amendment to Ive Dis at 2 to allow the Sioux Falls club cabled members of the naval Reserve get an Early Start to their next Field corps full retirement benefits will be Geenan Hubbell and Brugg it. Which arrived this voted on by the House but the sen j Pittsburgh. Allowance of 60 cents a at St. Louis. Cut to 50 cent subject to i Glazner anti Schmidt Balej anti thousand a a death rate of Are wow on a red Eta of Ruelea no a a Cut to demons 13 3j bit. A vote. The Pennant birth rate for 1920 was 27.47 per one i morning is 15, feet Long. The letters ate ration i Era White on a red Field bordered Imlay forecast South Dakota fair tonight and saturday not much change in temperature. Tical temperatures thursday Friday 3 p. In. 9h 3 a. In. To 6 p. In. 95 a a. In. 68 j 9 p. In. >3 9 a. In. 83 12 p. In. 7 5 12 in. 95 3 p. To. 98 maximum 3 p. In. Friday 98. Minimum 5 a. In Friday 65 were the Only ones who were Bow legged but we a Tow lox that the girls Arentt All free for j ii that defect. A discussion of corsets and general posture was taken up by tile women. Quot the Way a woman looks depends a great Deal on How she it was suggested by mrs Vav. S. Hill. Quot a woman with drooping shoulders standing in a careless position could not look Well in the Moat Beautiful dress Quot girls stand More stooped than older women a said miss Rongstad. A i have found that to to True in Ever so Many Quot that is the fault of the fashion pictures a one woman said. A they have those figures pose in the most impossible positions and the girls try to copy them. To meting ought to be done about some More advice miss Rongstad told of the advice offered by Many experts to the effect that women should lie Down while putting on their corsets. Quot this gives the organs a Chance to get in the right place Ami the Corset wifi hold them said miss Rongstad. Quot some women have told me that they Haven t time for this however As they Don t have time to lie Down again after they have once gotten up in tie morning speaking of the dress of Young girls miss rang ind Quot highs Bool and a i Abbi a Ade girls dress incorrect ill h Aita time Bec Ause they Loo know a Al is right. They a Vul to Iok re by Ami do the Correct think Bot i any of them Don t realize thai Georgette waists arum High heeled she is Are it i taste for Wear in school. They Wear them if they really knew wont waa rignt.7 everybody a we Are not having this style show because we feel the farm we Riep need it any More than others a mias .�?~ongsta.j. A at another tune i her Folk a a l women arc interacted in clothes i j use they All want to Cress right a Are coming to Tbs Pla a where Woven will pay n ii it utter turn to Rit colors and right Lin a and they will then be abit to weal j the a clothes a problem met by scores of woj men living in Small towns was men tinned by mrs. Florence c. Bertin of f Centerville who was scheduled to give i a talk this afternoon on a lands tape Quot for several years i wore in oncoming c othes mrs. Bertin sail Quot because i thought i Wold i rather continued of Page 3
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