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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - June 26, 1922, Mitchell, South Dakota
17 r a urn i he third edition vol. Xxxviii. Mitchell South Dakota monday june 26, 1922 number 228 massacre Wisconsin is first state to pass new Law women Are celebrating anniversary of second Victory in Badger state discrimination ends mrs. Frank Putnam. State chairman. Teles How new statute is working no trouble ahead at Carbondale mines county sheriff says by associated press leased wire Carbondale iii., june 26.�?sheriff Gibson of Jackson county today announced he had advised Coal operators associations in Illinois that he had not been advised of any threatened outbreaks in this county. Telegram was in reply to one from the operators saying they had Learned the lives of their employees protecting the Idle mines had been threatened. Temporary morgue where bodies of eighteen slain Federal agents strike Breakers Lay and scene at Lester strip mine Busy As county buries victim the a equal right for women Quot movement will be As successful throughout the nation As was the equal suffrage movement. In the opinion of Wisconsin women who arc celebrating the first years operation of tile Law. What a equal rights have meant in Wisconsin what they will mean in other states of the Union and How women of other states ran got them is told in the following article especially for Nea service by mrs. Frank Putnam. Tabulation of railway strike vote is begun Complete ballot will be counted by july 5�?strike May be immediate by mrs. Frank Putnam Madison. Wis. June 26�?this month Marks the first birthday of Wisconsin women a Complete emancipation from the inhibitions imposed by the old common Law. Which made of women and still makes of them in other states Semi serfs vassals and incompetents. As Trail blazers and pioneers in the great work of women Slegal liberation. We women of Wisconsin believe he equal rights Law will go far toward eliminating the double moral Standard. Equal rights for women As granted in this first woman a Bill of rights preserve All protective legislation hitherto enacted for women in Industry and eventually \ ill be adopted in other states probably women generally do not realize How greatly they Are discriminated against by Many of the Laws now on the statute books. Duties and rights of citizenship women now charged with the duties and responsibilities of citizenship equally with men. Should everywhere regard it As intolerable that they be any longer denied the rights of citizenship equally with men. Equal rights such As we have in Wisconsin Grant women the same privileges and immunities As men with respect to exercise of suffrage. Holding of Public office. Eligibility for civil service positions. Freedom of contract meaning business Freedom. Choice of domicile residence and name. Jury service. Control of earnings acquiring controlling holding and conveying of property. Care and custody of children whether legitimate illegitimate control of earnings and services of children. Acting As administrators of estates. Seeking i orce. Filing i Evv suits on their own behalf not through their husbands. Immunities or penalties for sex offences in Many states some or most of these rights Are enjoyed by women but not All of them. So Long As woman continues to be held in a position of inferiority with Sard to the control of her person and property her citizenship is a travesty not a fact. Law adopted in Wisconsin the Best Couse for women of South Dakota to pursue in obtaining equal Laws is through Blanket legis Mon and not the tedious correction of a multiplicity of statutes. Here is How the Wisconsin equal r gets Law reads Section i. Women shall have the in me rights and privileges under the a As men in the exercise of suffice. Freedom of contract Choice of residence for voting purposes. Jury service holding office holding and f Nve Ying property care and custody of children and in All other respects the various courts executive and administrative officers shall construe a be statutes where the masculine gender is used to include the feminine rider unless such construction will deny to females the special protect on and privileges which they now f Joy for the general welfare. The courts executive and adminis a Ive officers shall make All Neces by rules and provisions to carry out a intent and purposes of this Satute. Section 2. Any woman drawn to a Rve As a juror upon her request to a presiding judge or magistrate be the commencement of the trial or hearing shall be excused from the panel or the National woman a party is Reding several state campaigns in its Washington Headquarters d needs and is ready to utilize of Lively All the Aid women every were can give. Under the nineteenth amendment a women of America r re Only half a half Vassal. This Campaign to Complete the fronting of equal rights for women a not end until women Are wholly Ute i Detroit mich., june 26�?tabulation of the strike vote authorized by the executive Council of the United brotherhood of maintenance of Way employees and railway shop labourers. May 30. In protest against a wage Cut ordered by the United states labor Board started Here today at the general Headquarters of the organization. Approximately 250,000 of the 550,-000 votes brotherhood officials expect will be cast have been received Here and the compilation of this first Quarter million will be completed by tomorrow night officials believe. The Complete vote it is expected will be in about july 5 and in the event the Union votes in favor of a i walkout. E. F. Grable grand presi Dent is vested with authority to Send out instructions for immediate cessation of work. T the work takes in mechanics Sec i Tion men track men. Bridge builders painters carpenters cinder pit men. Painters and common labourers. Of in v a 5v a s All a Ltd a v w a Quot i rms Vamp a my Sill a \ a. A. Ampi a. A a v Ai. I i a. A a. A gov. Bya cd 7 a a a a a no a a 7.% b. A a it a Kwi it 5ft it ampa. Ii irn tim a 9- ii. V s a a a . a a # a a t. Ii aia. In j of Tooji eighteen bodies of strik Breakers were lying in this temporary morgue in Herron ii when this photo was taken. Crowds visited the building throughout the Day. The lower picture shows ruins of the strike Breakers Homes. They lived in cars that had been provided for them at the mines. Burning cars of Coal that caught fire from the incendiary Blaze Are shown at the left. Not a single arrest has Bee made yet As result of killing of miners burials Are unusual of women discuss welfare work at clubs meet Lewis confers with president on Coal strike mixers head leaving meeting. Says no definite plans were formulated Coroner s Jar y f ails to pm Velo a evidence a dead superintendent convicted annual sessions of Federated societies opens today at Chautauqua. N. Washington d. A june 26�?john l. Lewis president of the United mine workers of America leaving the White House late today after attend j ing a conference with president Harding and Secretary of labor Davis said no definite plans had been j formulated As to arrangements for settlement of the National Coal strike of by associated press leased wire Chautauqua. N. Y., june 26�?conferences on Public welfare music 3nd american citizenship occupied the attention today of delegates to the biennial convention of the general federation of women s clubs a program of co operation in the work of the american legion was outlined by commander Hanford Macnider of the legion and mrs. George w. Plummer of Chicago chairman of the federation committee on legislation for former service men. The women a foundation for health was featured in the addresses on Public welfare and there was an exhibit of Public welfare charts and pamphlets. A certificate acknowledging the Aid of the federation in the near East Relief work will be presented this Wek to mrs Thomas g Winter of Minneapolis president of the Federal Reven held in Rabenau plot secret bavarian Council blamed for assassination of foreign minister is Congress plans to abolish old seniority Rule democrats take Lead a a by republicans admit evils of present system by associated press encased wire Benn Germany june 26.�?eleven persons alleged members of a bavarian secret organization known As the a a Council were arrested Here yes Gerdav it was announced by the police today. The police expressed the opinion that this organization which was suspected of playing a prominent part in the murder of former minister of finance Heiberger was also implicated in the murder of foreign minister Rathenau last week. In addition to these arrests a Tion. By mrs. Florence Duryea rep prominent monarchist. Colonel Zyl resenting the near East movement. I Ender was reported to have been arrested in Munich. General Maerker. A former Reichs Wehr commander who has been frequently denounced in the Radical press As a reactionary was arrested in Dresden but was subsequently released. Collisions Between workmen and monarchists were reported today from Koschwitz Nuremburg and Frieburg. But without serious casualties of Iowa operators to close mines Union threats give Rise to fears of repetition of Illinois tragedy blows brains out in depot m an w anted in Hamlin county for assault c heats Justice by death by associated press leased wire Knoxville. Iowa june 26 a threats of mine disorders Between Union sympathizers and non Union workers were abated last night when operators within a radius of Twenty Miles of this City indicated that they would not make any efforts to continue i creases work following warnings served yesterday by automobile loads of strike sympathizers that work must Stop at once. A majority of the operators of the non Union Wagon mines have signified their intention of closing Down until the National Coal strike is settled. Operators of two Small Wagon mines near Oskaloosa were indirectly warned several Days ago to close their pits Lanning Brothers owners of a mine we hich has an output of not More than ten tons a Day. Have said that they intend to continue to operate. Inspection of the mining districts today showed that the strikers Are not suffering from Lack of fund. Sheriff j. J. Clarke of Marion county has made a tour of the mining colonies and reports that the miners Are in Good humor and unlikely to j initiate violent action at present. A passive attitude by the operator has j also aided to said. Tariff would Send living costs higher senator Walsh says by associated press leased wire Washington. c., june 26.�?inin Tariff duties proposed on fresh meats sugar. Cereals Beans potatoes Arvd apples if effective would Advance the Cost of those commodities to american Consumers by a total of ll.316.56d.449 annually. Senator Walsh. Democrat. Massachusetts said by 1\rk Sullivan National political correspondent of the Mitchell evening Republican and the new York evening Post. Washington d. C., june 25�? copyright. 1922, by the Mitchell evening Republican and the new York evening Post a the democrats have in a Little quicker than the republicans in announcing As a Campaign Issue the abolition of the seniority Rule in appointments to chairmanships of committees in the Senate and House. For some time important Republican senators have been trying to bring about an agreement among the leaders to announce the same Issue. The republicans Are even More keenly aware of the vices of the seniority Rule than Are the democrats. A glaring example of it is the Case of the new senator from Pennsylvania senator Pepper. Everybody concedes that Pepper on every ground is one of the Ablest present members of the Senate but because he is a new member. He is prevented from making As Large a contribution of service As he might. Can to be committee head another example is afforded by senator Lenroot of Wisconsin. Although senator Lenroot is recognized As combining ability and Energy and although he has been in the Senate four years he is not yet chairman of any committee. Burton of Ohio has served in the House and Senate for Twenty two years and is a Man of outstanding ability. But because there was an interruption in the continuity of his service his capacity is now circumscribed by a Mere subordinate membership in the House committee on foreign relations. Aah ii need Strong Leader of course even if the innovation should be adopted the a will still in a formal statement. He explained that this estimate had re Naja Tho question of what to sub been prepared by the department of j 8titute for the Rule of seniority. It is agriculture at his request and was based the total consumption in this country multiplied by the increased tax proposed in the new Bill of the Law of 1913. Maintain order he Canistota s. D., june 26�?while a we sheriffs watched him. Frank Al or get. 23, being arrested on Quot plaint of a Young woman of i Mlin county reached into his grip. F arched out a 22 calibre revolver and a a a v offt his brains saturday. The in had been employed As a labourer n 1 Canistota and had been arrested he sheriff Macmahon of Mccook Flinty on a charge of attacking the or sheriff Gregory of Hamlin purity had come to take the prisoner Park to Hamlin county. Nothing is known of the Many a Fordney will not run again in j attire or Home. Lots two pitchers go Sioux City la. June 26.�?l. S. Mckenna. President of the Sioux City Kenern league club announced that etcher Ralph Didier has been sent a it the Norfolk club of the Nebraska ate league. Pitcher Earl Hilton been released unconditionally. Says of Michigan hell Retreat end Tavel to Fol rth year in Quot by associated press leased aah inc Saginaw. Mich. June 26 Gressman Joseph w. Nean. I Man of the House ways and Means committee of the for Nev Tariff Bill announced posit Vel it the morning in a Telegram to he a Ina news courier that he will not be a candidate for re election. He plans it to retire at the end of his present term after 24 years of con inv rvs vice in Congress. Bring All found articles to the Republican office. We will advertise them in the lost and found want and column without Cost to you saturday want ads free with every two to five issues apprehension of the personal difficulties and controversies that would arise out of any Effort to achieve the Best distribution of Talent that makes Many Laders hesitate about throwing the seniority Rule overboard. It has at least the virtue of a mechanical convenience which evades the necessity of discussing the extremely personal question of relative ability. If the seniority Rule is abolished the party in Power will need. Even More than it now does a Leader with the authority to say what is to be done. From whatever Angle you approach the question of making Congress More efficient the need of leadership is the Point you always of a drive at. City of Mercedes and Corn and Cotton land in Texas flooded # a 1 1 Browns vile. Tex. June 26�?th City of Mercedes 50 Miles West of Brownsville and thousands of acres of Cotton and Corn land in the Mercedes District were covered by about two feet of water Early today with the Crest of the Rio Grande flood still lingering Between Weslaco and Mercedes according to latest reports loss of life was expected and property damage in Mercedes probably will be slight reports said. A Small army of men fought to keep intact a levee five Miles North of Harlingen the threatened breaking of which would flood nearly Twenty thousand acres of growing Cotton. A Farrington urges Illinois miners to refrain from violence by ass a Ciatu Al l Riss leased wire Springfield. Ill june 26.�?an Appeal to Illinois Coal miners to refrain from a1 violence and disorders. Is made in a Telegram sent out by Frank Farrington president of the United mine workers of Illinois. Copies of the Telegram were sent to every local Union in the state. Or. Farrington said. \ England will guard Ulster Churchill says colonial 8ec tray declares Crown forces will repulse Southern invaders by associated press leased wire London. Eng. June 26.�?winston Churchill Secretary for the colonies rising to make his promised statement on Irish affairs in the House of commons this afternoon said the government desired the freest and fullest debate and one that could be terminated by a division. The colonial Secretary said the Imperial government had supplied the Northern Irish government with 50,-000 troops for its defense. He added that the Northern government would be supported effectively and at All costs in any attempt that might be made to Coerse it into submission to the South. Fixes blame for horrors or. Churchill declared he did not hesitate to say that All the horrors that had occurred in Belfast were due to the organization in that territory of two divisions of Irish Republican army and the continuous efforts of partisans of the South to break Down the Ester government and Force Ester against her will to come under the Rule of Dublin. A the Imperial said or. Churchill a feels hat after the election which clearly showed what were the wishes of the Irish people we cannot continue to tolerate the Many grave asses of the spirit of the treaty and the improprieties and irregularities in its execution which we have put up or acquiesced in during the last six will protest l ister the sinn fein or. Churchill said had to realize that they would never win Ulster except by her own free will and that the More they kicked the worse it would be for them. He said the Imperial government would Endeavor to stand Between the antagonists and prevent the loss of life and the destruction of property and by so doing make it absolutely Clear that any attempt from sir Lithern forces to break into the territory of Northern Ireland would be met and repulsed by Imperial Power. He said the situation on the Ulster Frontier was easier As a result and o Neill. Of the triple arrangement made Between the1 British the provisional and Northern governments whereby a Neutral zone four Miles wide was to be established in the Pettigoe a id Belleek districts. Mrs. Len Small Dies in midst of Celebration Wii a of Illinois governor suffers apoplectic stroke and quickly expires Kankakee 111., june 26�?mrs Len Small wife of governor Small of Illinois. Died this morning. Mrs. Small was stricken saturday night during the excitement incident to the Celebration by friends and fellow townsmen of the governors acquittal that afternoon at Waukegan 111. With her at the time of her death was the governor and their three children. Leslie and Bud Small and mrs. A. E. Inglesh. All of Kankakee. Trial too much for her the Long trial of nine weeks at Waukegan. Where the governor was charged with conspiracy to defraud i eled the state of interest on Public funds during his term As state treasurer several year ago had been a heavy Strain both on the governor and his. Wife. Mrs. Small however had born tip under the Starin exceedingly Well it had appeared until she was stricken and Sank into the governor s Arm As the noise of the celebratory filled the neighbourhood about their Home at the joyous Homecoming saturday. Physicians who attended mrs. Small offered no Hope for her recovery and throughout sunday and last night she Lay in a coma As the governor and their sons and Daugn Ter watched a by the bedside. The governor refused to leave her. Was 61 years old mrs. Small was born december 17, 1861, the daughter of or. And mrs. Charles Moore of Kankakee county and had lived virtually or entire life in this county. Mrs. Small and the governor were married november 21, 1883. Besides the governor and the two sons and their daughter. Mrs. Small is survived by her Mother. Mrs. Moore a sister. Mrs. George Vaughn sr., both of Kankakee and two Brothers. Bert Moore of Walnut Creek calif., and Claud Moore of Pom Peys Hill. Mont. Governor Small is publisher of the Kankakee Republican by associated press leased wire Herrin la. June 26�?williamsc county buried the dead in her late min War yesterday conducted a inquest to determine the cause their death and today faced the r a possibility of bringing the guilty Vij Justice. With not a single arrest Mac since the massacre of last thursday when at least 19 men were kill after strike sympathizers stormed to Lester min and with county off rials making no visible Effort to plan. The blame the investigating is heir done by state and Federal agents. It. S. Conducts probe representatives of the depart me of Justice department of Laborti states attorney general s office a the adjutant general Are quietly de ving into the Doak of secrecy Whir so far has surrounded the identity a the 590 men who marched from he Rin in Broad Daylight took Moi than fifty unarmed men prisoner marched them Hack Down the Roa into a Wood and there killed 19 a wounded nearly As Many More. Yesterday six men of Williams county three miners a me Char an electrician and the superintend of the Herrin waterworks were so Emily empanelled listened to the evidence of witnesses called by co Oner William Mcowen and return their verdict. The jury s verdict they fou a. And so recorded the K. Mcdowell murdered super pendent of the lest mine killed Union Miner on wednesday the a before the massacre. Of the oth it dead. 19 in All including two oth it strikers the jury found they Carr to their death by gunshot wound inflicted by unknown persons. Yesterday morning sixteen or known dead All non Union worked an guards at the Lester mine Wei buried by the county in potters flip on a Bleak Hillside beneath a Bro ing Sun Union miners led by stat senator William j. Sneed dug is teen shallow Graves four rows c four each. Burial is unusual the bodies of the massacre vie Tims in Plain Black caskets wet placed Side by Side on the Parche grass four protestant ministers it Herrin a methodist a Baptist presbyterian a re a Christian Cor ducted the Brief burial service will a Hundred Overall Clad miners an a dozen newspaper corresponded looked on on a Distant Hillside thre women in starched summer dress furnished the Only touch of color. The ministerial quartet san a nearer my god to thee read psalm delivered a prayer and in curiously abbreviated form of Buri service committed the bodies to the Earth but omitted to commit the souls to god. No mention of the dead nor of the manner of their death was made a the grave Side. X Umbers. Not names the Brief service Over the mini ters hurried away to their waiting flocks. The Overall Clad miners Sho the hard Clay Over the Roug Pine boxes. No Flowers graced the Graves but at the head of each Thund staked stuck a Little Metal big with a Glass covered card. On each card was a number and the Date june 22. 1922.�?� for each number card and the undertaker preserved description of the men buried be Neath if relatives should care t claim him. Today baseball in marked contrast in the afternoon Joe Pic Avi Hunion Miner killed in the attack of the mine was buried. Five Housan it miners marched behind a band in i funeral cortege and 115 automobile brought up the rear. The state and Federal investigator worked far into the night. Atom of clock this morning they visited the Herrin Hospital to question Allen f Findlay of Chicago time keeper co the detective Agency which supplier the 26 mine guards. Findlay a a in the front rank when the Moi marched its victims into the deat Woods and fell at the first Victory with 46 shot gun pellets in his Side As he Lay on he ground a Miner with a revolver fired a shot Point Blanc through his foot. Findlay told the investigators Anc colonel Smauel n. Hunter. Linoi National guard that he could recognize the Leader of the execution squat and gave a partial description of elderly Gray haired Man who tool superintendent Mcdowell from the ranks before the Wood was Reacher and killed him. Snipers attacked mine Findlay testified at the Coroner s inquest that Mcdow Eli shot at two Merio i on wednesday during the first attack 15 0 on the mine and that he saw out National league Boston. Too lot 200�?5 Philadelphia. 134 Doi oox�?9 Miller. Watson. Braxton and Gowdy crumple up and the other throw us Gibson ring and Henline. arms and fat. The Coroner s jury decided from his description that on i of the two was a Miner named Hend Pittsburgh. Too 300 0 Chicago. 101 to 2 Morrison and Gooch Stueland and of Farrell. Cincinnati. 2 St Louis. 0 Keck and Wingo Pertica and a Smith. Spon sible for his deah. The timekeeper told the invest Gaon that snipers attacked the mine Al of noon on wednesday and kept up s More or less continuous fire tint about 3 o clock when Mcdowell seeing the two men on a Hillside a Quarter of a mile away shot them with a High powered Rifle. America league St. Louis too too 0 Cleveland Ooi 040 i Manfu Etc Pruett and Severeid covers kit j Lili Lilii ill u i ill Virtu i a j weather report South Dakota fair tonight and tuesday not much change in temperature. For the upper Mississippi and new York too 040 002 6 la 2 Boston .201 Ooi too 4 to i Shawkey and Hoffman Quinn and Ruel. A a o by associated press Chicago. Hi., june 26�?police today sought two women a blonde and a Brunette both described As pretty is the ring leaders of a gang which metallized in silk robberies. Sixx members of the gang said to be one of the most Gigantic trim pc rings discovered in recent years Are under Arres charged with Twenty two robberies in which Silks valued at w. Virginia miners stopped by official by associated pres leaded wire Fairmont. W. A. June 26.�?a March of striking miners and their sympathizers from Monogan. A min ing Vin Ige near Here to firm on was prevented today by Franl Keeney District president of the in lied mine workers o America. According to reports to City and noun Al authorities. Or. Keeney was advised of that lower Missouri valleys generally fair find warm but w Ith probably i j were stolen. Tho six men j reported March and he left in mesh local thundershowers Fry Middle of named the two women As the leaders j lately for Monongah where he be we orc j who selected the places to be robbed Suad cd the men to go hems
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