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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - June 28, 1921, Mitchell, South Dakota
The evening Republican City edition vol xxxv Imitchell s. D. Tuesday june 28,1921 number 205 prices crash nine cents in wheat Mart free Selling by country Holden causes big decline in Chicago drops ten in Kas. City j in by dem very at Chicago Falls to $1.19 Anh one for huh this Mohning i by associated pres lenses wire Chicago 111. June 2 8.�?severe Breaks in the Price of wheat took place today some sales showing a loss of As much As nine cents a Bushel compared with yesterday s finish. Free Selling on the part of country holders was largely responsible. July delivery fell to 1.19 1-4 and closed greatly unsettled to All the Way from 1.19 1-2 to 1.22. To drop Iii k. Kansas City to. June 28.�?july wheat futures dropped ten and a Quarter cents at the close of the Market Here today and september declined 6 3-8 cents. Expectation of heavy receipts was ascribed As the reason. Ulster ready to talk peace with Valera British Premier May score Victory inc harmonizing bloody Erin i by pre lenses wire i Belfast ire., june 2 8.�?sir James Craig the Ulster Premier announced today that the Ulster Cabinet had accepted the invitation of or. Llloyd George the prime minister for the proposed conference Between representatives of Northern and Southern Ireland and the British Cabinet. Sir James will be accompanied by All the ministers of the Ulster Cabinet with the exception of Home Secretary sir Dawson Bates. Earn on de Valera the Republican Leader is in Dublin still consulting with his colleagues regarding Hie invitation. It is understood Here that he had paid a visit to mount Joy prison to see Arthur Griffith founder of the sir. Fein who is under confinement there. Laid Griffith office Dublin ire., june 28.�?military forces last night raided the offices of new Ireland the newspaper of Arthur Griffith founder of the Simi fein who is in mount Joy prison. There was no one in the buildings when the Soldier arrived and smashed the front door with a Sledge Hammer. The offices were thoroughly wrecked. Change Date of Flag raising two game series with Sioux Falls is moved ahead one Day. Change of Date of the Pennant raising of the Mitchell baseball club was announced today. The Flag hoisting will occur on thursday instead of on Friday As previously announced Anc the game will be played at 0 05 p. In., instead of in the afternoon. Mitchell will play Sioux Falls thursday and Friday according to the plans rearranged today. Both of the games will be Twilight games so the stores will not close Friday afternoon As was anticipated earlier in the week. The Pennant raising will once at 5 30 p. In., thursday and the Mitchell municipal band will furnish music. The first game with Sioux Falls will follow immediately after the Flag raising ceremony. The changes were made to give it Mitchell More time to make their Date at Watertown sunday. Of Auto Drivers Are warned of speedy Sand Load trucks today a baseball National league new York at Philadelphia game postponed rain. First game Pittsburgh. Too too How i 9 a at Chicago. Oil too olx�?2 to 0 Hamilton Carlson and Schmidt Martin and of Farrell. Second game Pittsburgh. Oil 5 at Chicago. Too 0 Glazner and Sci unit Freeman Tyler and Killefer. Cincinnati. 20 at St. Louis. Ii Eller Marquard and Wingo Doak and Clemons. Jersey denies Reform pleas to Stop fight complaints must come after bout is Over Chancellor decides american league Washington at new York postponed rain. Game Philadelphia at Boston. Too 200 too 002 i of gig Keefe Naylor. Bartlett Kins Meyers and Ruel. And 8 3 13 0 per Washington. At new York. Zachary and Gharrity Collins and Schang. St. Louis. Too 211 0 at Cleveland. 022 024 2 Deberry. Burwell Bayne and Sev Erwied Covoleskie and Nunamaker. Start War on a movie Trust crafts enters fight or. Wilbur rafts enters Row Sayini prize fight May yet by blocked by pre leaded wire i Newark. N. A. June 2 8.�?vie# Chancellor John Foster late today declined to Stop tile Dempsey Carpentier bout Iii Jersey City next saturday. He told the reformers that if it were found after saturday that anyone had violated the state boxing Law they then could be held responsible. Or. Foster asserted that he could Issue no order against a probable or intended violation of criminal Law As requested by the International Reform Bureau. Band concert will be Given Friday eve theatre men in convention move to protect selves against Lasky firm. By associated pre lenses wire Minneapolis. Minn., june 2 8.�? delegates of the motion picture theatre owners of America in annual convention Here today will consider a plan formulated by its executive committee last night for formation of a co operative distributors organization among independents. Encroachment of some motion picture producers into tile exhibition Field was responsible for the action of the committee. The plan Calls for raising a two million Dollar fund on a percentage basis from every motion picture theatre owner and every Independent producer in the country it will be spent on a National advertising Campaign in opposition to the famous players i Isky corporation of which Adolph Zukor is president according to initial plans which were Laid before the committee. Charges were made at the convention that a movie Trust controls go per cent of the moving picture business in the United states. San Francisco is making a Strong bid for the 1922 convention of the organization which was formed last Spring and which now Lias fifteen thousand members. Mrs. Gormley passes away funeral rites will be held at holy family Church wednes Day morn in g. Automobile owners were warned today by the Mitchell police depart Nice to watch carefully for gravel trucks which Cross Sanborn Street at the Corner of West fourth Street at the South end of the Sanborn Street Bridge. The gravel trucks hauling gravel formic it. Vernon Road leading West from Mitchell started crossing Sanborn Street at the Corner by the Eugene Feld school but the Street leading West from there is now badly Cut up and it is impossible for the heavy trucks to get through tile deep Sand. Under the new plan the trucks go across Sanborn and West to Minnesota Street on West fourth Street then North or Minnesota Street to v. Est s aver the venue and we a a. Cli Tho North hit. Crr vhf Road. Mrs. Olive m. Gormley. Wife of John t. Gormley of this City died of cancer late yesterday afternoon at her Home 921 East sixth Avenue after More than a years illness. Funeral services will be held at the holy family Catholic Church at 9 of clock tomorrow morning. Rev. Father John t. Brady will have charge of the service. The Catholic daughters of America will attend the funeral in a body and Are requested to meet in the basement of the Church at 8 30 a. Iii. Mrs. Gormley was 39 years of age. I she is survived by her husband. Mire i children her father two Sisters a and two Brothers. The children Are l. A. Briney of Ponca neb. Mrs. G. H. Cline of Colorado. And Ralph Briney. Mrs. Clin has arrived for the funeral. Ii. Emerson father of the deceased woman made his Home with or. And mrs. Gormley. Mrs. Germ Leys Sisters and Brothers Are mrs. Fred Baker and Arden Emerson of Mitch Ell. Mrs in d. Davies of Ulinitz la. And Earl Emerson of Glendive Mont. Mrs. Gormley made her Home in Mitchell until about eight years ago when she went to intake Mont. After living there about seven years she returned to Mitchell and has lived Hen the past year. Weather report forecast South Dakota generally night and wednesday warm. Jersey City n. A. June 28.�?vice Glia Noel Lor Stevenson today declined to act after a motion by the International Reform Bureau for an order directing promoter Tex Rickard to show cause Why he should not be restrained from staging the Dempsey Carpentier bout in this City saturday. Or. Stevenson however gave the representatives of the Bureau permission to apply to another vice Chancellor for such an order and the clergymen departed to look one up. Or. A Stevenson explained that he was leaving town late today and could not hear the argument. Robert Watson headed the Reform Bureau accompanied by five Jersey City clergymen. Or. Watson is the pastor of the second presbyterian Church of new y Ork. Counsel for the Reform Bureau announced that he would try to show that the Dempsey Carpentier affair was a prize fight and not a boxing match that it would attract gamblers Slid pickpockets to Jersey City and that it would demoralize the youth of the Community. Counsel for the Bureau contend that promoters of the bout bad put out tickets too far in Advance and that the action had been of Aid to counterfeiters conspiring to swindle the Public. In denying the order. Or. Stevenson said there appeared to la1 no cause for equitable intervention. John Milton who appeared for Rick Ard told the vice Chancellor that his client probably would be bankrupt if the order were issued and the bout banned. Or. Stevenson ruled that if the petition was Ian be renewed before another judge in chancery it must be done today. In announcing he had too much work to do before leaving on his vacation to give proper consideration to the application lie told counsel for the reformers that he did not see How a court of chancery could Grant an injunction to prevent any damage to the morals of a co immunity or How it could Grant an it unction in of a crime. Washington d. C., june 28.�?dr. Wilbur f. Craft superintendent of the International Reform Bureau announced Here today that the application of the Rev. Robert Watson for an injunction in the chancery court it Jersey City to Stop the Dempsey Carpentier fight was Only the first move by Tho Bureau in its Effort to prevent the tight. 0 Mitchells municipal and will present another open door concert at the court House Lawn Friday at 8 p. In. Ernest Pechino director of the band will return to tip City this week after his engagement with Conway a band at Willow Grove Park Philadelphia. Or. A Chin will direct the band in its concert Friday evening. Volcano wakes italians ree Strombos off Northern coast of Sicily bursts into eruption today by a pm cd a Ell pres wire Rome Italy june 28.�?the vol Eano of Stromboli situated on the Island of the same name off the Northern coast of Sicily has burst into activity. The eruption began with a violent explosion which was heard far from the Island and the people Are abandoning their Homes and freeing to Sicily. Stromboli is a Volcano remarkable for its activities having been in eruption forthe better carte a a. 2,000 years. The most violent Breaks in recent years Oce Urru in 1907 arid in 1615. The activity of the Volcano in 1907 was considered by some observers As a a precursory of the great seismic convulsion which Vir Tuaila destroyed Messina the next year. Iii Normal times the population of the Island is approximately two thousand. Senate and House blend peace Bills Knox Porter a i Ai i Al a St resolutions ii it a promised a to Hardin by week in d. Doctor seizes Dempsey Auto Jack Bill for a vim nose fixed so creditor acts by \ no Clard pre lenses mire Washington d. June 28.�?a Compromise Resolution to end the state of War with Germany and Austria was agreed to formally today by Senate and hubs a conferees with the democratic conferees refusing to sign. It combined features of the Knox and Porter resolutions and was to be presented to the House late today for a vote tomorrow. Blend two Bills Washington d. C., june 28.�?a Compromise draft of the Knox Porter Resolution to end the state of War with Germany and Austria was agreed upon today by Republican conferees of the Senate and House. The republicans planned to get the Compromise to a vote in the House tomorrow and in the Senate later in the week so As to place it in president Harding s hands before the week end recess. The Compromise Resolution it Wras said followed the House plan of declaring the state of War with Germany and Austria at an end instead of repealing the War declarations but Senate provisions for Protection of american rights for reservations affecting enemy alien property and privileges of the treaties of Versailles and Post War engagements were said to have been retained. British Coal strike ended ten million Pound subsidy to miners is men out three months cure blindness by freeing i from his wife eyesight returns when he is allowed to live in bigamy love did it is claim Ultra modern theory of stirs social conferees in session at Milwaukee by Morl tril pre lenses wire Milwaukee. Wis. June 28.�?a statement that she and her conferees had cured a victim of hysterical blindness by relieving him of his lawful wife and allowing him to remain True to the woman he had wedded in bigamy was made before the National social conference last night by miss Frances Perkins member of the new state Industrial . Miss Perkins address which greeted by a in omen�?T.-4 huh followed by exclamations Iii Surprise. Mill was a topic of discussion today. A it was Ultra modern to say the least a one of the delegates a ii. A the Man had come be 2 the Board seek my Indue Quot ii corp Asa Tion a miss i Erkins said. A a he was Blind yet his Eye reflex was or fact. Investigation revealed the victim to be suffering from neurosis. We suspected some fear was or h s mind. Questioning Brough out the truth. A the Man was living in with a woman who. By All moral . Was his wife because she loved him and he loved Lier. The first wife had been unkind and he had deserted Sterling steers anti Beer Bill seven in family die of violence within 15 years it by Sori Ted brr wire Wheeling w. Va., june 28.�?seven children of or. And mrs. Charlesw Hilton of Wheeling have met violent deaths within the past of years. The latest death occurred when John Hilton. Aged 13. Was drowned in the Ohio River today. Baby elephant begins revolt against . P. Youngsters in House protest pm Hersome methods of party leaders. Rain in spots aids crops in some areas nearly an Inch Falls in Section several Miles North of Here downpour at Fulton most District s West of Mitchell Leet dry although showers reported South Dakota sen Ator leads fight against brew used As Medicine by associated pre leased wire Washington i it. J., june 28.�?the Bill to prohibit Beer a Medicine will be he tit to president Harding before the fourth of july senator Sterling of South Dakota chairman of the Senate judiciary sub committee in charge of the measure said today. The measure panned yesterday by the House reached the Senate today and went to senator Sterling committee from which a prompt report is expected. Senator Broussard. Democrat Louisiana. Today formally introduced in the Senate an amendment t Otho National prohibition act which would have the effect of permitting the manufacture production use Sale Ami transportation for beverage purposes of Beer ale and Porter up to 5 per cent alcoholic Content and wine up to 14 per cent alcohol in such states As should so determine by referendum vote. The eighteenth amendment was characterized by the senator As a tile act of a a open Pool for kiddies Here on Friday this week Friday of this week will Mark opening of free swimming Mitchell school children at the Kota Wesleyan gymnasium. The the for Daro fair to continued won $500. Philadelphia pa., june 28.�?an automobile belonging to Jack Dempsey heavyweight Champion and said to be valued at $15,000 was seized Iii front of a hotel Here today to satisfy a judgment obtained against Hie fighter in a Philadelphia court recently by or. Herbert e. Goddard for an unpaid balance Tor a minor operation on Dempsey s nose. James Dougherty a Friend of Dempsey had driven the car Here from Atlantic City on an errand for the Champion. Or. Goddard charged Dempsey $1,000 for the operation which was performed More than a year ago. The fighter paid $500, declaring the fee sufficient. The doctor sued and judgment for the remaining mayor endorses legions work for Chautauqua by associated press leased wire London. Eng., june 28.�?the British Coal mine strike which has been in Progress since april i has been settled it was officially announced this afternoon. It is understood that or. Lloyd George the prime minister will ask parliament this afternoon to authorize the granting of a ten million Pound subsidy to the mining Industry. The miners will resume work generally next monday if the subsidy is granted. The government offered this subsidy several weeks ago. But withdrew it after the recent proposition by the owners for a settlement had been voted Down by the miners. The general understanding is that the submission of the subsidy proposition to parliament is a Mere formality and that the Grant will be voted. Settlement of the dispute ends one of the greatest and most prolonged labor difficulties in which great Brit i Ain has Ever been affected by the stoppage which now has been in Progress nearly three months while hundreds of thousands of other workers have been thrown out of employment or forced to work on curtailed time because of the Coal Scarcity. Fury and kiwanis clubs have it i d the Pool for wednesdays and fridays of each week for the use of the children. Arthur i noes Wil act As supervisor j of the swimming for the present., children below 17 years of age will to admitted to the Pool upon resell a tation of a ticket procured from the office of j. Lindsey superintend-1 ent of schools. The schedule for the swimming will be As follow s wednesdays 9 30 to 11 30 a. girls under 15. To 5 p. to 9 p. Over 15. By associated pre wire Washington. D. C., june 28.�?representative Ansorge of new York issued a statement today asserting that the new Republican members of the Louse were dissatisfied with the pro Gross made by Congress it the present Apo dial session and disclosing that he and ten others had joined in a Call ii a conference tomorrow night Olai nit innately too new in Nim is to discuss the situation. A we Are not meeting in any spirit of Lei Oil a said or. Ansorge Attal in that the new members want Quot to r it some the red tape and substitute action for or. Ansorge said none of the objects for w hich Congress was tailed Toto special session had be it a i Oei polished. A a nor is there definite Promise As to when they will he added. A a there Are upwards of a Hundred first Wermers in the House and they All feel As i do. That we have not been permitted to make our influence Felt. A Congress was railed into special session for certain definite purposes namely for revision of the cumbersome. Unwieldy and inequitable system of taxation the passage of a fair protective Tariff and the passage of a peace Resolution. None of these objects have As yet been accomplished. A nearly three months have passed since the calling of the special session and we want to see action spelled with a capital a. A we believe with the Republican party that what is Best for the country is Best for the party and we want to impress that thought on some of the older members. Many of them have been Here so Long they seem to have forgotten it. A we feel that our districts have As much right to representation As has Uncle Joe Only three Home owners protest to Council on taxes Only three citizens of Mitchell appeared before the City Council monday evening to ask adjustments of the valuations on their property As made by the City assessors. The Council will be in session each evening this w Eek for the purpose of making adjustments of valuations. The assessors books Are open to the Public at the City Hall so any individuals May see what valuations were placed on their property. After the adjustments have been made by the City Council and by the various township boards this week the Board of commissioners will meet at the court House to adjust the valuations Between townships. It is not until after that has been done that the state tax commission makes its final adjustment of the valuations and the deductions of $500 personal property and $500 on Homes Are made. Of night wind tips sea to sea Fugh 2 30 7 30 Friday 9 30 to 11.30 a. Under 15. 2 30 to 5 p. . 7 30 to 9 p. 15. Illy \ associated pre leased wire Elpaso tex., june 28.�?aviators David r. Davis and Erie Springer. W Lio left Riverside. Cal., yesterday morning at 6 of clock and arrived in Elpaso at 3 50 p. In. Were unable to continue their flight this morning. A Wing Tail piece of the machine was Rny boys j damaged last night in a wind storm that turned the machine Over on the Field which according to officers at over1 fort Bliss will probably cause a 24-i hour delay. % iwo a i done to want to get Well says freckled girl because Lover quit her for Beauty i heartily recommend the legions action in bringing j the Bow to British Industry has a Chautauqua program of Worth while instructive entertainment to Mitchell and Hope that our people will show their Loyal support and approval of this worthy Enterprise by Pur drains of cafe. To Bas. Been a serious one. -0-�? simplicity of character mph deity of character in the sat 1 result cd Hrgic cd by associated pre leaded or it Baltimore. My. June 28. A men Only look for Beauty they done to care about the real Home maker any Virginia Hicks. 20 years old. A patient at the Maryland general Hospital. Who tried to commit suicide sunday night by swallowing Poison explained that there was no place in the world for the homely girl. A i done to Quot ant to get Well a she Back her Short red men in t Cire what you do they ire ill Tot the re trued . Who spends everything on clothes and makes a big show. They done to care if a girl is Good and a real homemaker All they want is a big display for their refusing to give her lovers name she admitted that they had both been very Happy and expected to get married shortly until one evening at a dance he met a prettier girl and after that she did no to have a Chance. Quot classical features and a conspicuous Lack of Are essential feature i for Happing. Virginia declared weeping heavy Rains which fell yesterday afternoon and evening in Northern and Eastern parts of Davison county and Southern Hanson and Mccook counties were reported today As having been confined to scattered sections. The Northeast Corner of Davison county covering parts of three townships received a fairly Good fall. The precipitation extended As far North As Forestburg it is reported. Nearly an Inch of rain fell in the Section a few Miles North of Mitchell yesterday afternoon according to Sam Parker a Farmer living eight Miles North of the City. Fulton and the territory in that Vicinity had a soaking rain yesterday afternoon while fishermen returning last night from the James River three Miles East of Mitchell reported that they were caught in a heavy rain which lasted More than 30 minutes. Charles Mooney a Farmer living South of Mitchell and a. It. Link who lives six and a half Miles West of town reported this morning that there had been no rain in their territory. The crops Are badly in need of rain they say. Downpour foist of Here a steady downpour yesterday afternoon in Southern Hanson county and Mccook county w As beneficial As the crops w Ere in need of moisture. However the crops had such a Good Start this Spring that there was still moisture two to three inches under the soil. Light local showers were reported at various stations cast and West along the Chicago Milwaukee and St. Paul Railroad it was Learned at the local dispatchers office this morning. A Short lived Shower that did Little More than Clear the air after the oppressive heat of the Day lasted about 15 minutes in Mitchell shortly after 7 of clock last night. Barefooted kiddies in scant attire enjoyed the big drops while they lasted but when the Shower was Over they had difficulty in finding pools Large enough to puddle in. The rain tall was not enough to be recorded on the government gauge. Water stood in the ruts of the roads leading out of Mitchell aft r the Shower but the roads were not Muddy it is said. Conditions North of Here Aberdeen Bowdle and Mellette were the Only places in the state that were visited by rain sunday As far As can be Learned. The rain sunday extended As far West of Aberdeen As Mina and Only a few Miles South and East. The showers at Bow dec and Mellette were Light. Virtually no rain fell at Redfield sunday according to Perry Smith county agent and As a result Spink county can get no More than half a crop. Or. Smith predicts. The Best crops in the radius of 70 Miles of Aberdeen will be in the territory surrounding Edgeley it is reported. All grains there Are Good there is sufficient moisture and Light temperatures prevail. The report for the territory wrest of Aberdeen is not so Good although Light Rains fell there sunday. On the main line of the Milwaukee West of Aberdeen to Mina the crops have suffered badly and already probably 75 percent of damage to Small grains has been suffered. Small crain.-. Tortured about Ipswich and Bowdle the Small grains Are reported As heavily tortured by excessive hot winds and no moisture. Wheat will hardly average More than live bushels to the acre. South of Aberdeen Anil North of Mitchell around Mellette there has been no rain for the past two weeks and conditions Are serious. It is estimated that the crops if harvested will be at a 7 5 percent isl. In the territory around Woonsocket j there was no rain in the entire past week. Although the temperature was hot there were no hot winds. This j prevented the destruction of Small grains. Heavy rain near s. I. I a veritable a million Dollar Quot rain fell in the sections around Sioux continued on -0�? Page five sugar continues downward swing by associated pre Lea Well wire new York City. June 28.�?two local sugar refiners today Cut their list quotations ten Points to $5.20 cents a Pound for Fin granulated another Low
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