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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - June 25, 1921, Mitchell, South Dakota
The evening Republican City edition vol xxxv Imitchell s. Saturday june 25, 1921 number 203 farm women score a a spread on farm stuffs ask that Price to conium and producer be closer then is when we really begin to get excited have you forgotten a the. Horrors suffer ing and unknown millions or dead ring the Laz War. ? i Certa Kutni j Lect a no of want fair Coal Price it. Invention also proposes i i r in state fair prizes for fancy work or Ami Rytky life kit w a gag of it Vav. Practical resolutions asking that i i Les paid by Consumers and prom a is to made More equal calling for supervision of the Coal mining Industry to Cut Coal costs and Derma Riding the passage by Congress of ills to Aid mothers and to Advance the cause of education were passed t the closing session Friday of the youth Dakota farm women s con Ress which held its second annual convention in Mitchell this week. Fancy work which has occupied so in. H of the time of Many women in he past was dealt a heavy blow in the resolutions As the women asked tie stat fair Board to Cut Down tin premiums offered each year for fancy work. More practical phases of Home making should be Emp a a i7.ed. The women believe. Text of resolutions the resolutions said a we favor legislation and economic organization that will greatly reduce the spread in Price Between that real de by the producer of farm pro duets and that paid by the ultimate consumer. A we favor legitimate co operative organizations for the Farmer for both i. Ying and Selling. A we urge upon the Federal gov a in mint some kind of supervision and regulation of the Coal mining Industry whereby the people of South Dakota May secure Coal at More reasonable prices. A we ask the state fair Board to Olude concessions from the women s building and give the space to exhibits such As Model kitchens Labo saving machinery and Home conveniences. We further ask that As soon As possible they Cut Down the premiums offered for fancy work and increase the premiums offered for More practical work. A we urge the construction of the great waterway route to the Ocean by Way of the great i ikes and the St. By Way of the great Akes and the St. L Awrence River which will make Ohi Eago a seaport and will bring water freight rates a thousand Miles nearer to us and eliminate much of the expense of Transfer reloading of the a ports from this Interior country. We urge upon Congress the passage of the educational Bill known As the Smith Towner Bill. We also urge the passage of the maternity Bill known As the Sheppard Towner Bill. We urge that farm women unite in efforts to create a larger program of social activities for their Young people of Rural mrs. Hill Heads committee. Mrs. W. S. Hill of Mitchell headed the resolutions committee. Other members of the committee were mrs. May Kirk of Sioux Falls mrs. Mabel Senson of Aberdeen mrs. Thelda of Ford of Vermilion and miss Nellie Peterson of Philip. Sioux Falls was selected As the lf22 convention City for the South Dakota farm women a Congress. There was no election of officers As the officers have a two year term. Miss Elizabeth Matson of Vermilion is president of the organization mrs. Joseph Kotrba of Mitchell vice president and mrs. Dennison of Vermilion Secretary. Did Tou know they Are piling up non inventions of deadly a Sci and �?o7 1 enc Ines of Var of. I a the next conflict ? dln7r<g j go i a i match j i j guess maybe a Sci Ltd picnic a do you know what to a next War is going to do this world ? / s p l a >0 to i \vc.? s Minim r \ surf <r4s cd far Lff Bill through House during july Leader Mondell so announces after seeing president Harding 26 Illy Tomk Latzl pm ii in Ufa Wirra new York City june 25.�?babe Ruth a Twenty sixth Home run went 1 sailing away today in the filth inning of the Yankees game with washing a ton. There was one Matt on. Revenue Bill next was incr a \ ii thing got to be 5 Topp Butic $ it a following the passage of tax measure the special session will be adjourned i by annotated Preniqi leaned wire Washington. I. C.\, june 25.�?the permanent Tariff Bill will be reported to the House immediately after recess of Congress Over fourth of july and passed within ten Days or two weeks representative Mondell of Wyoming Republican House Leader said today after a conference with president Harding. The Revenue would follow. Or. Mondell said and the special session adjourned As soon As it was enacted or. Mondell said he expected the Borah disarmament Resolution to a modified before final enactment in As to Widen the Powers of the president in arranging for an International Dinar nement conference. Greece won t accept offer of mediation Athens government refuses to allow pow ers to Settle War with Turkey i by annotated pre leaned w ire Athens Greece june 25.�?greece today declined the offer of France great Britain and Italy to mediate with the turkish nationalists for the purpose of putting an end to the hostilities Between them and the greeks in Asia minor. Dempsey runs from notice of suit on Bill barricades himself to pre ent service in physician s action for $500 Lloyd George asks Ireland for Parley British Premier asks for conference with both Northern and Southern Ireland by Nnoel ated urea leaned wire London eng. June 25.�?Premier Lloyd George has sent a letter to both Ramonn de Valera the Irish Republican Leader and sir James Craig the Ulster Premier declaring the British government to be deeply anxious that King Georges Appeal for reconciliation in Ireland shall not have been in vain. The letter appeals for a conference Between representatives of the government and Southern and Northern Ireland. Caso inf i a sue to recover Quot Zzz a whisky manufactured Cut two cents by Trust retail prices in Mitchell drop with Xou Cement by the Standard Oil indict Tulsa police head for race riots by Amo lated Prenn leaded wire Chicago 111., Jim 25.�?the Standard Oil company of Indiana today announced readjusted prices on gasoline which showed an average reduction of two cents a gallon effective at once. The retail Price in Chicago had been 22 cents a gallon. The readjustment took place according to Iii announcement throughout the company a service which includes eleven states in the Central West. Retail prices of gasoline in Mitchell today reflected the drop which occurred at Chicago As the Price per gallon lowered from 24.2 cents to 22.2 cents. This is the lowest Price which gasoline has retailed at for three years. The highest Point reached during the War was 31.1 cents per gallon. Kerosene prices in Mitchell also dropped today. Kerosene was Selling at wholesale at 10.7 cents a gallon. And at retail at 13 cents. Expert says when u. S. Was wet no damage by rust in s. By Ananda Ted Prenn leaned wire Chicago 111., june 25.�?a new attack on the present construction of the eighteenth amendment and tile volstead act was filed today in the United states District court by former United states senator j. Hamilton Lewis to recover whisky valued at five Hundred thousand dollars stored in Chicago warehouses. The plaintiffs Are distillers and merchant owners of bonded whisky while the government the internal Revenue collector prohibition director. States attorney general bran i age and the United states District attorney Are made de fondant. Tile new assault does not attack the amendment or the volstead Law As invalid hut the plaintiffs claim no provision of either measure can apply to whisky deposited in government warehouses by the direction of the government before either measure was passed where tile goods Are now owned by the same owners who deposited the liquors on a contract to have it returned when the government tax was paid. To new president of kiwanis wants it to Lead in civic Field British miners in new move to end strike Atlantic City n. J., june 25.�? Jack Dempsey claims he Isnit afraid of any Man in the world but he we As put to flight last night by the diminutive sergeant at arms of the District court David Brown when the latter met Dempsey yesterday with the announcement that he held a summons for his appearance in court next wednesday. Dempsey turned and ran. Tie did not Stop until he got into the grounds of his training Camp. a a a done to let that Man he yelled Chicago. June 7.�?american workup ground Guarda and they bolted then a protect their hands we Ith High a at 1 priced gloves while their Brothers Brown cooled his heels a while and Over a Europe go Bare handed. Eve then told the court what happened. In a bricklayer Here has been known the summons is a result of a suit to War kid gloves As As a Bank brought by a Philadelphia physician president might Wear to the opera for Jato alleged to be part of his these observations were made today Bill for an operation performed on the convention of the National As bricklayers Are kid Glove wearers or. Evans finds growth on Only of. Variety of wheat and thut insignificant a a Dempsey. Brookings s. D., june 25.�?a Small amount of Stem Black rust has been found in South Dakota by or. Arthur t. Evans associate professor of agronomy at state College on Zharkoff a Winter wheat on an experimental station Field near Brookings. A careful search failed to show this rust on any other variety of wheat. The rust is not enough to do any material damage to the crop under present rather dry conditions which should hold it in Check or. Evans said. Marquis one of the most susceptible varieties has not yet been touched by rust Here. Of a a a a a Detroit lawyer is made ambassador to japanese court driving with one hand loses ribs in crash with lumber Wagon hand jury also returns balls Agu not others for permitting vice in City it by annotated Presa l earned wire Tulsa okla., june 25.�?chief of hoc John a. Gustafson of the Tulsa lice department and other members the department were indicted today the grand jury in connexion with recent race riot Ami on charges permitting vice. Other indictments in connection the automobile thefts were returned a inst Hay Ward head of the to automobile recovery department by Meacham traffic officer e. F. Iddell chief of police of Sand rings a suburb and f. E. Williams and Springs policeman. New masonic society Sioux City la., june 25.�?a new in a National masonic society has been in in Sioux City. It is known As he High twelve. The organizers an ounce that the purpose of the High Welve will he a to unite members in a reial the membership will a limited to cities of 25,000. By annotated pre wire Cleveland Ohio. June 24.�?the fifth International convention of the kiwanis clubs closed Here today with the election of Harry e. Karr of Baltimore As International president and the selection of Toronto Canada As the convention City for next year. The trustees will name the Date later. In outlining his policies. Or. Karr said he conceived a future for kiwanis As a truly representative organization of business men. He said while he was interested in extending the International scope of the organization he was principally interested in upholding the dignity of kiwanis and increasing its leadership in constructive civic affairs. United states senator James e. Watson of Indiana in addressing the delegates denounced radicalism and government ownership. A i regret to see the american federation of labor has gone on record in favor of government ownership of senator Watson said. A the federations action is a serious Blunder. If carried to its logical conclusion the course suggested will revolutionize american both sides it kit inuit Tox by George to to k sett Lem ent by annotated pre leaned wire London eng., june 25.�?both the striking Coal miners and the mine owners have accepted an invitation extended today by the prime minister or. Lloyd George to Confer with him at the Board of Trade monday with the View of endeavouring to reach a settlement of the local strike which has been in Progress almost three months. Rolled stockings put under ban by Chicago Railroad by annotated Prean leaned wire Chicago. Iii., june 24.�?short skirts Rouge peek a boo waists and rolled stockings were placed under the ban today in the offices of a Large Railroad company Here. It was said that officers of the Road decided that the style of dress worn by Young women in the Road s employ was becoming embarrassing to the working morale of the office. By annotated pre leaned we ire Washington. C., june 24.�? Charles b. Warren of Michigan a lawyer and business Man. Who for a number of years has been a prominent figure in Republican National politics. Has been chosen by president Harding for ambassador to Japan. Announcements of the selection was made today upon receipt of the customary Suranee that or. Warrens appointment would be acceptable to the japanese government. Although or. Warren has been closely associated with the Harding administration and at one time is understood to have been seriously considered fora place in the Cabinet his selection As ambassador was a Surprise to most of official Washington. 0 Grain men refuse to 0. K. Real Beer by annotated pre wire Minneapolis. Minn., june 25,-the tri state Grain shippers association in convention yesterday refused to consider a Resolution demanding the return of old time Beer. After an All Day argument ton the reputed health value of malt products discussion of the 18th amendment and a near the Resolution was a a smothered in committee. Of John b. Stan c hip eld Dies new York City. June 25.�?John b stanch Field. New York lawyer who appeared in Many important cases died today at Islip l. I. Woodrow Wilson asks for permit for practice of Law Washington i. June 25.�?woodrow Wilson appeared in person today in the Chambers of chief Justice Mccoy of the District of Columbia supreme court to be admitted to the practice of Law before that court. Add to Wodrow Wilson. Court attendants said the former president appeared in Heifer health than when lie retired from the White House although he still had the assistance of an attendant in entering and leaving his motor car. Of weather report today a baseball National league first game new York 021 024 ooo�?0 18 1 at Philadelphia. Too 300 ioo�?4 9 i Ryan Sallee and Smith ring and Bruggy. Boston. At Brooklyn. Watson and Miller. Too too oooo i 8 0. Too too olx�?2 8 2 of Neil Schupp and first game Pittsburgh. At St. Louis. Yellowhorse Zinn and Pfeffer and Clemons. Too 300 too 007 Schmidt and South Dakota a fair tonight sunday continued warm. Forecast for the week. Washington. t june 25.�?weather predictions for the week beginning monday Are upper Mississippi and lower Missouri valleys temperature above Normal partly Cloudy scattered Thunder showers. Inocal temporal urea by the republicans recording thermometer Friday saturday 3 p. In. 98 3 a. In. 71 8 p. In. 97 8 a. In. 88 9 p. In. 85 9 a. In. 88 12 p. In. 78 12 in. 94 3 p. In. 97 maximum 3 30 p. In. Friday 1<>1 minimum 6 a. In. Saturday is. Second game new York. Too 160 50 at Philadelphia. Too 201 of Benton and Snyder Meadows Baumgartner Keenan and Peters. Chicago. Too 003 030�?6 12 it at Cincinnati. Too Oil ooo�?2 6 i Cheeves and of Farrell Luque Coumbe Napier and Wingo. Gompers an easy Winner Over Lewis Veteran president of a. F. L. Is re elected by two to one railway men split Only two important i Mons cast solid vote for insurgent candidate Fri Blet Socia Tion of leather Glove makers. I according to John Cownie its pres ident. The american working Man is the Best gloved Workman in the world a it remains Only to educate the working classes As to the proper Glove for the proper occasion a he said. A the bricklayer for instance Wear expensive Woonsocket. S. In june 25.�?carlj legislation to provide a Tariff auf it Fis Zerbock was knocked unconscious fluently High to protect american for several hours and sustained two Glove makers from foreign goods will broken ribs when the car he was be urged by the association driving crashed into j. E. Grubert a j Wagon about 3 00 a. In. Sunday morning. Or. Gruber also sustained two or three broken ribs and some rather severe bruises. Or. Fisherbuck was returning from a dance at the Chester Cakebread Home. Or. Gruber was returning Home with his family on a lumber Wagon. Or. Fisherbuck was driving with one hand while trying to fix the floorboards with the other at the time of the Accident. He says he was driving about thirty Miles an hour. The Wagon was overturned and the Ford badly smashed. Of american league first game Philadelphia. Ooi Ooi ooi�?3 9 2 at Boston lift too ooo�?2 9 i Naylor Betis and Perkins pen Nock and Ruel. Washington. 501 too ooo�?6 8 it at new York. Too 120 Ooi a 4 9 5 Johnson and Picinich Shawkey and Schang. Second game Philadelphia. Too to ooi�?4 7 2 at Boston. 002 too ooi�?3 to i Moore and Perkins Bush and Walters. St. Louis. Ooi 003 3 at Cleveland. Too 010 0 Kolp and Collins la he Morton Caldwell and Nunamaker. Detroit.301 too of at Chicago. A to too 0 Bemke and Bailer Faber two by Bly and Schalk. By annotated pre leaned or a Denver colo.,. Juno 2.>.�?samuel compere Veteran american labor Leader today was re elected to the presidency of the american federation of labor defeating John t. Lewis president of the United mine workers of America by a heavy majority. Only two of the largest organizations cast a solid vote for Lewis the machinists Union Aud the United brotherhood of carpenters the miners Deb Gat Ion split their vote giving Gompers 1.596 and Lewis 2,132. President Lewis declined to vote the 533 votes he held. The Railroad organization win i had been claimed almost solid b Lewis supporters split their \ the two largest unions theeler Prieul we order Santhe railway Carua to a ing their entire vote to Gompers the official vote was Gompers 25,022 Lewis 12,32 4 president since Issi. The history of Samuel Gompers is largely a history of organized i tic since 1881, with the exception of on term he has been president of the american federation of labor win h he was largely instrumental in organizing. Friends of the Veteran labor Lea i say he is the most Active Man in to United states despite his 71 years ii travelled an average of too Milos a Day during 1920. One trip being made by air plane to keep an engagement. Hardly a meal is eaten without a or. Ference going on simultaneously a at times he has dictated As i it ate during the last year he a ten four books and fifty it. Another Book is in the hand of publishers. It rough out the War he a a in preventing strikes and assuring i a it a cooperation inward work. The slogan a no peace without Victory a ii credited to or. Gomper. He married Sophia Julian of Nev York Early in life after a he married mrs of it Neuscheler of Zanes Vil of this year. Born in England i came to America w1 a a a. A old. He organized an Cigar makers Union in Secretary and president for it was in connection with that he became inter t it larger movement which re ult i organization of the federate. Greeted by t the Anno Oneena a p. R election was greeted i it applause which lasted sever utes. The demonstration u failed to sweep the Convent As scores of delegates remained Lent in their seats. A i am sure my election will Brin no Comfort to Gary or to ii said president Gompers in res a ing to cries from the delegates it a this is a demonstration to ? whole we orld a he added a to a of newspapers owned by a Bonaire with his eight i hit Power mud slinging machine control the american Federal it Lewis repudiates lit a t with a speech that or u Pla use As prolonged a t t a it Given the announcement of m per a re election. John t. Lew Defeated candidate his defeat. A i accept the verdict of hic a a can federation of labor with slightest tinge of enmity in y said or. Lewis. A i have not been the c u b i William Randolph hear f i know the Man. I never have i or had any communication we ii i i will say that i know so to about William Randolph hem. Remember when the apr a it it a broke the Metal strike in icy lion state. A there a other capitalist ? a t too. That i know something about. Have answered their Surris it at tacks on my character and in ogre with concluding or. Lewis sad a i stand More than Ever before Rathe great Trade Union movement o a Nerica and my voice and a Iii shall always be Given to making t american labor movement Gre than Ever before. I thank the Cove Tion for expressing its of on to. Sue and rest Content with its d says heart was Fusile. Rising slowly from his president chair after his election had b in a bounced and after scores of Delegate cd repeatedly shouted Ltd speech a or. Gompers waved to it ence. A i can to begin to Tell you i am at the result of t. Continued on Pat three
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