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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - March 8, 1922, Mitchell, South Dakota
The evening Republican third edition vol. , South Dakota wednesday March 8,1922 number 135lodge defends Ocean pact half of Yale pays own Way Bonus measure easy to work for education cuban asserts it is costing him $33 a week to learn but he finds it easy to earn Bureau aids students Ali Quot Tion n Ai he shows that to h in let of Sti dents pay their own was of spatial to the Republican new Haven. Conn. March 8.�? tourer Man do you want to go to College say Yale or Harvard or Columbia or Cornell or Northwestern or any of the big american colleges a yes a you say. A a that would be j f in. But i Haven t the you done to need the Money make the Money As you go along. Are earning their Way through ool half the College students in America at least in part government experts have found. A trip to Yale shows you How they i do it. A questionnaire was sent out by j the Bureau of appointments of l ale to determine How Many students were paying their own Way by working. President Angell of Yale says that j half of the students of tim College answered and of these 52 per cont 1 a re working their was through. I started cud or Handicap one of them is Antonia Fresneda. A Ile is a cuban and he started under i a great Handicap. Fresneda is now in his Junior year. Ile says it is a cinch for a Young Man to work his Way through Colage. I a my freshman year was the hard a St a says Fresneda. A the Only thing i knew was manual labor. A a i waited on table for my Board ook care of a Furnace and shovelled f from the sidewalks for my Quot Oom. I sold sunday papers acted j is agent for laundry Ami at various Ither jobs made enough to pay for woks and clothes. Vacations i worked As Section hand manufacturers take up circulation of papers in discussion now ready for by associated press i cased wire Kansas City. Mo., March 8�?discussion on proved methods of in creasing circulation of newspapers and suggestion of other Means with the same result in View occupied the attention of nearly 300 represent natives to the mid West manufacture j ers association convention. Which opened Here today. Circulation managers of periodicals magazines journals and newspapers were in attendance. The speaker s list today included Walter b. Reynolds of the Tribune Fremont. Neb. Freelove out for my master says re sin Ess conditions will continue to improve under governor House action ways and Means committee finally decides on form Bonus Bill will take expect Harding s o. K. Antonio Fresneda at his studies. And below at work left tutoring another ply Pil right doing stenographic work. Harding sees betterment of farm Outlook commends activity Oiwah finance corporation in meeting agricultural situation to the Railroad and carried bricks. I by associated press of Ltd wiry fee stuck to it a Whf on. I it. that we Are making spleen i stuck to it while other Fel own woe becoming athletic heroes my taking part in social affairs. A it is easier now. Tutoring and typewriting furnish me with enough to get by on. A i pay $3 a week for my room. My Board costs me $11 a week tuition $8.50. Books and papers $2, lathing $4. Laundry $1.50, incidentals s3. This totals $33 and i find no difficulty in earning it. A the experience has been valuable to me. It has taught me that if i believe in a thing. I can do Yale is not a exclusive school for he sons of of Cjohn men. It counts its Elf supporting students by the hundreds. However exceptional qualities Are a landed of the student who works this Way through. The Leisure time exempt from classes and studies. A hat More fortunate students spend in seeking pleasure Tho self supporting Man must spend in earning his tray. Bureau aids students did Progress toward dissipation of our agricultural difficulties is made by president Harding in a letter to Eugene v. Merer jr., managing director of the War finance corporation made Public today at the White House. A i think we nil recognize a the president said a that when stability Prosperity and Confidence shall have been restored to agriculture. The country will have progressed far on the Way to general resumption of prosperous the president reviewed the work of the corporation showing that the corporation had approved More than 5 200 applications from banking and financing institutions for Loans aggregating $187,500,000, and added a such a volume of transactions indicate clearly that the Congress was Correct in believing that an Emer gency existed for which such special measures of Relief ought to be provided. Inasmuch As i myself have firmly supported this Effort in behalf of agriculture front the beginning. I confess to some Persona i faction in the showing you to y. M. A. Elects officers today a Bureau of appointments whose Dpi Efraim is the Aid of needy students i maintained. The Bureau works in two ways h a it a was i Fyan Fey granting beneficiary College schol i a Vij Vav Luiei i til r ships and acting As a Clearing House or work. Where Tho Bureau after careful instigation of the applicant deems hat a youth s character and second j _ a school record have been of auf j the following slate of y. M. A scent Promise an allowance of $120 j officers has been put up by a Noil Tho total tuition fee of $150 for rating conv Pittee which will be 4 first term May be made. The voted on at the regular meeting this Uio Wance for the second term of the evening. Opportunity for other Nom shool year and for succeeding terms nations will be Given in the meet spends on the students academic i ing. For president Leonard hard Itai Ding. Wick manager of the Tumbleweed. It the first two years these a1 for vice president t Harles a. Scar a Azees Are Macle with the under funding that no obligation of repay re a is incurred. A to the first two years non in tar it it bearing notes arc taken Fogt Tho remitted tuition. Payment on i is due five years after graduation. Genoa position to be settled to avg am Hughes to wik statement within m it 24 Hocks it is said Lott editor of the Phreno Coslan. For Secretary Harvey Pinney a member of the debating team. For treasurer. Harold Reitz a member of the a varsity basketball squad. 4 Iii addition to the officers five other students Are appointed by the newly elected president As chairmen of various committees. These nine making up the Cabinet which has general charge of the activities of the y. M. U. A. For the ensuing year. Weather report South Dakota generally fair to school great red Cross Aid Walter Davidson is principal speaker at Dos Moines m Keti no. A business conditions Are getting better and we Are going to nominate Mcmaster for governor so they will keep on thus a. L. Freelove Kennebec banker summarizes South Dakota s condition today financially and politically. . Freelove was in Mitchell today meeting with the officers of group three of the South Dakota Bankers association to make plans for the annual meeting of the group to to held in Mitchell in May. A during the last seven weeks there has been a marked change in financial or. Freelove said. A Money is easier and the people Are feeling better. That optimistic feeling is one of the big factors in the change. A of course we know Mcmaster will be nominated for governor a or. Freelove added. A i d like to know How the state would be administered plan to hasten action in Hoise by suspension of rules by associated pow leased wire Washington. D. Cd. March 8.�?after i weeks of work and worry the House ways and Means committee majority have evolved a soldiers Bonus Bill on which it apparently intends to stand j Pat. Despite some criticism of the measure in and Quot out of Congress. Chairman Fordney and his co workers believe it 1 xviii encounter Only comparatively j feeble opposition in the House. Just what will happen to it in the Senate appears at this time to be More or less problematical. There the Meas j Uro will be open to amendment and also to unlimited debate and it is regarded As More than possible that it will be subjected to change in some important particulars. Since president Harding advised the House committee to pay the Bonus with a sales tax or postpone the leg j isolation. It is expected that sales tax proponents in the Senate will renew their fight for that kind of a Levy. Among House members generally there was More discussion today As to How tile president viewed the Bill than there was about its probable Fate after it left the House on its second Start for th4 statute books. Framers of the notice Dakota Wesleyan University herewith returns to its owner the Editorship of the evening Republican with the sincere Hope that the borrowed property is not seriously impaired. The editor of the Day Speaks for the University in a statement of appreciation for the Opportunity of being identified with the Republican s Community project. Goodbye had a Good time. Opens fight to gain Senate ratification Massachusetts senator says no entangling Alliance in four Power pact big contest assured suspicions fostered by Anglo japanese Alliance overcome Hyp treaty Dawes analyses crime of today greater seriousness Ani dignity needed in courts at present time a the present crime wave will not disappear until judges preside Over their courts with dignity Justice and Honor and enforce the Laws with respect for the wishes of the people who made ii. E. Dawes superintendent of the South Dakota anti Saloon league made the above statement today when interviewed As to his opinion of the lawlessness which has been Preva measure appeared to be fairly cont ent during recent month. The lax Dent that it would not meet with the executive s disapproval because it removed what they said was the fundamental objection to the Cash Bonus pm find an immediate Drain on the Federal Treasury. For the Lawless spirit or. Dawes believes. A theft murder and violations of the liquor Laws Are but symptoms of some opponents of the measure in a the speaker said. J if Egan were nominated and if the i the House predicted that the Bill i a Evhen our courts inflict Light fines supreme court were to affirm the de would be unsatisfactory both to the and Short jail sentences then a sus vision in his insurance a country and Tjie service men. They Pend the greater part of these the at the committee meeting of group j contend that it would not enable the criminal is encouraged in his wrong three to be held this afternoon under to get As much Cash in three i doing and the Public knows that the or Freelove s direction the Date of Yeara Aith a would have received in judge is not keeping his oath of of Tho group meeting and the program a the original Rani plan and that Floe when to Evore to enforce the the proposed advances to the Banks j or. Dawes declared. A some if made would inflate Washington March so termination of the Anglo japanese Alliance and substitution of a political system actuated by peace in the Caribe was described in the Senate today by senator Lodge of Massachusetts. The Republican Leader and a member of the american arms delegation As i the purpose of the four Power Pacific treaty. The Anglo Japan so arrangement. Senator Lodge declared was regarded by the delegation As the a most dangerous elements in this govern i mentus relations with the far East. He asserted that if the four Power pact with it clauses abrogating the i Alliance failed the naval limitation agreement also would be endangered resulting in failure of the conference. Treaty Only Experiment no entangling commitments Are i contained in the treaty he asserted and no provisions contrary to Ameri i can traditions. He characterized it As Only an Experiment but added that i it was one that must succeed if the i unwed states is to make Good its professed desires to take the Lead guiding the world toward peace. A the Anglo japanese Alliance caused a growing feeling of Stimpl the United states but in he said. A on the j other Side it tended to give a background to Japan which encouraged the War spirit and Large prepare to tons by land and sea for future conflict. It immobilized England and pre Enod the exercise of her influence in the cast for the cause of j peace and peace is distinctly in her j interest in that great Region. That menace to peace is removed by Iii four Power treaty. Are to be decided. Unlike Anglo Lap Alliance by associated press leased wire Des Moines. La., March so speak ing before the second Day session of the convention of the Central division of the american red Cross Here today Walter Davidson manager of the Central division and a. L. Schaf leis Quot division director of the Junior Balfour lauds _ Lloyd George credits to the i judges fail to exercise the proper con extent of half a billion or More Dol j tool Over the conduct of the attorneys a i have already shown the total Lars Over the period of the Bank Loans. Who practice before them. Some of 1 difference which exists Between the la t Las in l easing living costs. These attorneys do and say the most i treaty and the Anglo japanese a. T in time of the calling up of the i contemptible things possible when sex Hance. There is no likeness betwee a Bill in the House will not be definite sinining an opposing witness and the that Alliance and this treaty. A. 1> fixed until chairman i Ordney re judge does nothing to keep them with turns to Washington from a trip to the Middle treat on which he darted yesterday. Republican Leader disclosed today in the Bounds of it decency and there Are too Many lawyers today according to superintendent Dawes red Cross told delegates of the great speaking at c Arlton club he that they were considering a plan to Wlla Art it to who any Means Toa put the soldiers Bonus Bill through the win a Case regardless of Justice. House tinder a suspension of the rules i Many lawyers carry giblets with which would shut out amendment of which to bore holes in the Law and any kind and limit debate to forty the judge permits them to crawl growth of the health Ami Junior work respectively of the american red Cross. A today a declared or. Schaefer a six millions of school children in America filled with the enthusiasm of youth Are setting out on a new crusade. Their slogan is Happy childhood tile world Over and their watchword is a i serve they Are entered upon a Campaign to Aid in relieving suffering and extending helpful service to says Premier has accomplished miracles ghost avoids scientific Man ii h. Conducts by associated press leased wire London eng., March 8.�?sir Arthur Balfour declared himself today a believer in the benefits of the coalition. Addressing the Carlton club sir Arthur paid a tribute to or. Lloyd i George and said in his opinion no j other Man could so Well have brought the nation through its recent difficulties. He declared All the circumstances pointed toward the adv Sibil i Ity of continuing indefinitely in the Friendly party co operation which had worked successfully in the past. Minutes. Through these holes and pull under this plan a two thirds vote criminal clients after i apri Tous spirit successfully shows by. Prim e and publicity in Hauf w by associated press leased wire Halifax. X. S., March embarrassed by the presence of so Many strange mortals in his favorite haunt the ghost of Antigonish did not walk last night. European student Relief Campaign attracted by the activities of students of the colleges and High schools in other parts of the United states in the interest of International Friendship the students of Mitchell Hiffa school arc conducting a Campaign would Lee necessary to pass the measure but Louden believed this majority could be obtained. The army appropriation Bill will been up before the Bonu measure i j it was said probably on be t tuesday. This would mean t a at in any i event the Bonus Bill would b. Put Over until the week following. Representative Mondell of Wyoming. The majority Leader said today j i did not think the statement made yesterday at the White House that president Harding had not changed j his position set Forth last month in his j letter to chairman Fordney of the j ways and Means committee was to be taken As an indication that or. I j Harding was prepared to veto the Bon i us measure As now drawn with its Bank loan provisions in lieu of the Cash Bonus. France Bucks on Cable plan All other Allied nations seemingly agreed on i. Suggestions. This was tile substance of a bulletin i for funds to help relieve starving issued today by or. Walter Franklin students in Europe. A committee o pry Jioe director of the american in 30 men and women students of is Inch statute for scientific research who j miss Lata Roscamp came All th4 was from new y6rk to make the restless spirit s acquaintance. . Prince after his first night in the haunted House of Alex Macdonald at Caledonia Mills reported the wee Striae hours had passed without a single ghostly manifestation. Alliance of Ralit and mine workers ratified by Board is general chairman will canvass the student body and faculty thursday and Friday of this week. Arrangements have been completed so that each member ten of the members of his or her of the committee will interview about class mates. The Canvas will he preceded by declares railroads unable to Grant general reduction from taking the place of the other this treaty simply enabled England Australia and new zealand to take part in terminating the Alliance. The removal of the Anglo japanese Alliance which is Complete created ins situation in which it was possible to bring about an agreement for the reduction of naval armament was difficult if not impracticable. Senators their j should Bear in mind that the defeat of the four Power treaty would to i danger the treaty for the limitation of naval armament and the failure of the naval treaty would Shock and startle the world and bitterly disappoint the american people. We in us a not forget the close relation bet no the two treaties. The defeat of Tho four Power treaty would mean Tho failure of the conference. Let there be a illusion on that Point. Ratification necessary Tho Best Hope of the world for a future in which a peace May prevail and War diminish is in the people of the United states. If we fail who can Hope to succeed we called this conference we proposed the treaties agreements and declarations in which the conference culminated. Are we now to stumble and fall at the threshold of the undertaking which we designed and brought to fulfilment Are we to sink Back into a sullen Solitude a prey to dark suspicion and permit nations armed to the Teeth and looking Forward always by Assoria Tex press i based wire Washington. D. O., March 8.�?acceptance by the Powers represented in the International Cable communication of the plan submitted at the commission s meeting by acting Secretary Fletcher for the disposition of the former German cables now is understood to depend largely upon the attitude of Era Nee. The american plan it is said appeared to be generally acceptable and the decision to refer it to the Home War As inseparable from the exist governments was regarded As probably nothing More than a formality. The French representatives How j Ever were said not to he Able to indicate what would he the attitude of Washington i. I., March s rhe own government pointing out interstate Commerce commissions in a the complexity of the French process Vosti gation of present freight rates of handling such matters involving Levels entered its final stage today As did this one. Reference to several when counsel for All the railroads of separate branches of the government the United states and most of the each having considerable discretion business and shipping interests be j in the consideration of the cables ques enc4 of Mankind upon the Earth a the United states has never yet permitted failure or defeat to be written in her history. She will not permit it now a addresses before the Assembly by ,. Two alumni miss Florenc Derr and Kan 1,10 summing up of evidence tak Tion. Considerable delay is therefore or Hugh Craton miss Derr is a 011 during three months of hearings. I expected to result in a final decision. Member of the committee that help i for the railroads. Which were Given Ood to raise $25u for this purpose a he opening argument Henry Wolf Dakota Wesleyan and or. Craton ishikl4 Pennsylvania system. De Indianapolis ind., March 8.�?the International executive Board of the United mine workers of America today ratified the articles of Alliance j Between Tho transportation and mine workers unions the announcement was made by John l. Lewis International president of the miners organization. The action it was said was taken by unanimous vote from the members of the Board. Formal Noti a member of the Wesleyan y. Al. U. A. Cabinet. . Vincent Linn Tho chairman of the european student Relief committee at Dakota was Leyan has been assisting in the organization of the Relief Campaign at the High school. I police discard new Taylor Case clue night and thursday slightly colder boat Ion of the action will be filed tonight West and North portions Ris with e. Manton president of the ing temperature thursday afternoon order of Railroad Teleg Raphers who extreme West portion. Is Secretary of the Alliance. Hared that the evidence had proved that a general rate reduction was impossible. Resting his argument in the Sec Tison of the transportation act which Al fax a six percent return As reasonable or. Bikie said the earning Power of the railroads by actual experience during 1921 amounted to 3 3-10 percent on their investment and that considering Only the last six months of 1921. Lien wage decreases and other decreased operating expenses were effective the earnings were 4.49 percent. A the showing is that while sex seventh Dies As result of blast by associated proses leas4 wire Kansas City mo., March 8�?the death today of Henry Bowman 59. Injured in an explosion Here yesterday of a compressed air tank at a Street car barn was the seventh As the result of the Accident. Eleven others were injured. Mont participate Marlington. I. Ltd. March 8. A the i Iuit gtd stat government it declined the invitation to in cipro in the Genoa Cononi conference pet i a by to eur a press linked wire Hington d. R. March 8.�?th if a it i the United states govern Quot Ward participation in the 1 Bias Genoa economic Confer a ins Ben formulated and of. I y he announced it was darn a a the White i iou.1 1, a Quot a mis said that the delay .4 Ligor of j a j had been occasioned pm f of Secretary Hughes. Iii l-j3 kit a Haiti ads. Ant and free in e re or issues by associated press let East cd wire los Angeles Calif. March 8.�?po lire detectives assigned to the William i Pense it of Railroad operations have Osmond Taylor murder mystery have on a Quot a Quot finished. Announced they had discarded the or. Ankle sad. They have not been a confession Quot recently mailed Here r diminished to such an extent As to from Atlantic City. N. J., As Tho work permit further general reductions in i of an unsound mind. I rates. Unless these reductions Are they said the handwriting of the i preceded by Redue Tiona in wages.1 Man whose name was signed to the a a a confessions and who is a prominent cd fault and Rizir Tjun an figure in the motion picture flow i Row div 11 i Ufi in no Way corresponded to that in j which the document was written. Detective sergeant Herman Cline head of the homicide squad said he obtained a statement from a ten year old girl living near the Taylor bungalow4. That Edward f. Sands missing j former Butler was in los Angeles j Long after he was supposed to have left the City. the kit a Oregon is making a special Effort to protect the Antelope. A ton of soft Coal produces 10.000 feet of illuminating Gas. A six Pound Mackerel produces i 500 too eggs at a time. Refunding commission upheld by Daugherty by associated Presa leased wire a Washington. D. C., March right of senator Smoot of Utah and representative Burton of Ohio republicans to sit on the Allied debt refunding commission while retaining their seats in Congress was upheld by attorney general Daugherty in an opinion prepared for president Harding and transmitted by the latter to Flay to the Senate _ yesterdays net press rim of the evening Republican was 6,610 watch it grow j Harding explaining China treaties to Senate by associated press leased wire Washington d. A. March 8�?tile Landing Ishii agreement Lias been s completely superseded by the nine Power treaty relating to China now before the Senate president hard Jing informed the Senate today in response to the recent adopted Boral Resolution. The executive added that the four Power treaty did not refer i to China and does not directly Bear upon the Lansing Tishil notes. A the so called Lansing Ishii the president declared in ii letter to the Senate a has no binding j effect whatever either with respect a to the past or the future which is in any sense inconsistent with the Prin a Ciple and policies explicitly declared. In the nine Power the president added that the four Power i Eaty a does not refer to i China and hence does not directly Bear upon the i Ansing Ishii notes we hich related exclusively to China a i but said that the four Power pact Iii j his opinion was a a inessential part of j the pin to create conditions in Hie far East at once favourable to tile policies w e have Long advocated and to and enduring of Maricopa organizes shot gun squad to meet eur eur klan Fresno cal., March 8�?aroused by the reappearance of an armed body of men dressed in the regalia of the Kun flux klan which last sunday night visited the Baptist Tabernacle j in Fellows. Calif. Residents of the j City of Maricopa have organized a Shotgun squad and Are awaiting further developments according to a Story published by the Fresno Republican today
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