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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - May 6, 1921, Mitchell, South Dakota
The evening Republican City edition volume xxxv Imitchell South Dakota Friday May 6, 1921 number 161hunt Wolsey Bank hour up men american will sit on Allied supreme body Harding and Cabinet consider invitation sent from London affects German debt Paris newspapers Glo Oivi because Allied ultimatum a is too easy on Garmany Llu Colilli am Quot a a is. I Xiii i i <1 l rms ire i ii i May Ftp Tinin in decided to accept ten to it no Ait unofficial dive to Tho supreme coun-1 a Council of ambassadors a i Ooi was reached after la o Dilim and his Calli net had t ? a 111�11 y ail of today s Regii ii. A discussion of the Sublime informing Hie Allied the acceptance will go Forit carries with it also a Doii to have the United p a souled on Hie reparation i on in connection with the w Ltd indemnity. Roland xxx. Serving As american at Haris will tie til i c e reparation coins Ute goes to Washington. I. May f a pres arts his Cabinet consid invitation from the my Council that til Quot end representatives a Council the conference and to reparations \-1 k my Geddes. British am curled to the state Deli n a a a urinal invitation. A ultimatum too weak i �?T-,.nee. May or til a agric 1 i Gay the Sinif none Allied Tirum the reparation de a in Vitente failed to Sutte to a 11 it it the newspapers of we a commented today in do a it of a loom on to Quot Ilu bios it present. Blain elected president of Diagonal Road xxx. Xxx Klajn of Mitchell was elected president of the Pierre and Mitchell Highway association Al a meeting thursday it in Gann jul lev of Booster for this Highway. A i. It. 1 Iii is of g us \ Alley was named Vic president a. M. of Pierre Secretary treasurer a k. Tie user of Wessington Springs and James i Cele tie 11 m of Kimball directors. Four Mitchell men attended the meeting. They included or. Blain t. Bums r. A Haines Aud \ f. Emilii. A bout 55 Kimball business men attended tile session and there were Ai representatives from Wessington Springs. Five representatives crime from Pierre and about a no Buffalo county boosters were present polish rebel chief caught inter Allied commission catches insurgent Leader and his whole staff meat Packer passes Buck to Farmers bait a walks out sits on a Rock As Fisherman a away the Best Laid plans of mice and men Are often shot to Thunder. Herman Albers is it Mitchell real a a estate dealer. He aspires to be. A magnate says companies Nimrod of the Walton class. Agreeable to a modified regulations Ile bought ii 13 Rod and reel hid joined a Jim River Fis Hily partly yesterday. While the other sportsmen were hied a strangle to death i Quot oink it,.-lr in i or. Aum. I away in search of a Frog As bail head of Wilson company blames livestock producer for High meat prices note Shingle Harding ill. proms Vav ire Warsaw Poland May reports from Somi Owic Early foray say that a Alberl Korfanty former polish plebiscite commissioner in proclaimed s u i perhaps a said Hie ail that i or sent i Iii we might journal a but i possible to in of mind of upper Silesia who to a himself Leader of the polish urn territory a been arrested by la inter Allied plebiscite commission together with his entire staff. Artillery pounds town Koppein. Silesia. May Hundred italian soldiers commanded by Colon Boud of Hie British army. Evacuated Gross Strochlitz. A Little Over 20 Miles Southeast of this City. Last Nehf. Of that time the town a under artillery fire from polish insurgents. In making his report i the Allied Here. Colon Boud urged the necessity of sending reinforcements. The French officials Here declared they were unable to furnish More soldiers saying Why were Short of Nom Everow in in til a plebiscite 7.011. The poles Are reported to be in Possession of the entire Eastern see Ros non a my rth a. U s. No put ii hand ii declared Hie Fig put a h a Titi int a i. Mhz conference Unity for must join league on i Ito. J her i f German political n Oglo take action i , say in he German Rapi United stale a to or Gard i la to a a i a could lion of Silesia As far Berg. Fighting the still going Dybuik. In Southern organization of civilian police to the number of 3.000 to reinforce in 1 tent troops is contemplated Here these police would by upper Silesia germans it is indicated. Tin casualties among the troops of woul late True us it occupation in the lighting Are Given a it than it i nil a Apia exp from tile r if the i Vav As a used i of work of league of drastically. \ by Bene on French Seldom killed and two i Vav untied lift several lilians wound cd. A forint Rel i of Vii ref Washington. Ilg. Alay to. A a modified form of Federal a ablation of the meat parking companies is not opposed by the Industry. Thomas k Wilson of Chicago president of the american Institute of meat packers. Declared today before a House commit in holding hearings on regulatory i i Slation. Or. Xxi Sun Aid that Hie original proposal for regulation arising Atter the Rode rat Trade commission report s on la Industry in i of would i opposed by Hie packers a to the Las. Because Uliey might its Well die fighting As die of slow he added however that a Bill placing the in Liistro under supervision of the Despai quient of agriculture alone might to acceptable. Puts blame on producers Washington in l. May it. Fluctuation in the live it Tock Market Are largely .j11. To to unscientific Aud in efficient sgt Stem employed by producers i marketing their products Annj the Tsai trouble at the base of the Vvhs question is not so much a problem As it i a producers apr Ltd i it a Lorn to Inah ii. Xvi i son Ltd of Chicago. President Fth institution of american meat packers told the House Toni not Tec Oil agriculture today in appearing Iii opposition i the Orri Mclaughlin Bill to control th1 packing Industry. Would damage Industry i or. Xxx ii Yii asserted that legislation a if tile a i t i posed would serv of divert the largest single Industry in America from energetic efforts to adjust itself to i change and difficult situation. The result a said would a fuits a harmful to the ii Vest Ock producers As to the tacking Industry itself Whit i injurious to on is bound to prove harmful to the Oiler. The Bill or. Wilson la Clad docs not Deal with or Oje tin economic problems of the producing or consuming Public. A added that by delegating Radical and revolutionary pow a it to a commission it would St up a form of governmental despotism or private Busine which to private Initia and Industrial Enterprise. Ii captured one. Put it on the Hook threw his line and anchored the pole on the Bank and left it there alone while a went to his luncheon. Or. Milers bolted his food As he dreamed of a big catch. He returned to find that his bait had struck for Shorter working hours la had a walked out Quot on a Rock. Or. Albers found him sitting there tinning himself wit the line a a picket rope. Has new plan to he wheat Price he i ready a t Ying i Quot queries from re pendent a a to what lie t prospects of the league int visit to til t Intel of vinous will. By the heeling of the Assembly. Fms cumbersome of features through Amend c Ivena tit said. A it r a of the article which i a a a a super state making Germany disarm is of first importance i ii May o. The Germany disarm was a importance by Premier in announcing in the 1 a muons Okay hic result of cinch deliberations on is old tither question at w my. 28 die in 36 fights in Ireland in week a Lions said the i cities were Coin merely because Girt a i. But owing to i enough i attitude Slewing i Chance 1 of performing her Ilia Yokoi Ial Pil Vav ire Dublin. Ire May thirty six Alta eks on the Crown forces with 2 casualties one of which was fatal a reported in the weekly summary of events in Ireland issued Faun Dublin Castle today. Hope for peace London. Fug. May to. A Hope that i yesterday s meeting Iii Dublin of or fames Craig Premier designate for Ulster and Ramonn de x Atera. The Irish Republican Leader. May be t sign i of the Dawn of peace in Ireland pervaded newspaper comment Here today the London times Aid that at Tea five distinct Effort to obtain peace besides that being Arrucci on by a sir i Lunes and or. <1 Valera were h eng Forve i re simultaneously. Let Irish Settle it the daily express counselled non Iuteri Fence by englishmen in any negotiations. C Cui ing but saying a we have muddled the Irish question Long let us give irishmen a set lie hampered by Laws says asserted that the Industry Al was Supen-1-cd and regulated but More Laws than any other Industry in the country. Or. Wilson declared other industries i were making much greater profits than till meat in. During 1920, to said the five larger packers averaged a i Proult of about 9 cents on each Ini Mal slaughtered by them and that about St eur it of every Dollar received by la pack is went to livestock produces. U. Cabinet men will attend noted Kentucky races Marine strike hangs fire As dispute grows s Iliev May it. A the exec a a the american steam Vas a i atom today reject i pm Post to i flit it a nation Quot a to Noarine strike. A. A a in. D May 6. Babe a a n w York americans i Quot Umi Home run of the not a Hoot in Iii third inning tie o base record of Tje org Quot the new York nationals. Roosevelt and Midland trails Are consolidated i re v a a a it teal wire to Peka Kau. Xiy b. A formal con a Odi ution of the National Midland Trail and Hie Roosevelt National Highway a a by known a the Rouse Elu Midi my Trail was announced Here Vest Day by r. M awhile of As Cut. Km., secret Ary treasurer of the Midland Trail association. Injured flier Dies Lincoln. Neb., May cd Edward Gardner the aviator injured when his air plane was wrecked at hour Edge yesterday died Early today in a Lincoln Hospital. Lie was brought to Lincoln at Midnight. Gardner a a Pioneer air mail Pilot. Illy a a a Elitc Ltd in tim Quot Irry Loui Kville by. May states Iii the United states. Ganada. Europe and gent Raj America will to represented u the running of the k i tuck a d ii 0 0 Derby with a $50,000 added purse at Churchill Downs tomorrow. Members of president Harding a Cabinet financiers anti big business men an Ltd women prominent in society will represent the fluted slates. Or. Esteban Oil Borges. Venezuelan minister of foreign relations and party will represent the Isthmian republics. And a family of belgians have arrived i in America for the announced purpose if Al tending the race. Minneapolis Miller would have u. Grind Canada crop under Bond i in pre i a a Ltd a Vav ire Minneapolis. Minn., i in c. A heat i producer farm organizations county University of Minnesota a Tith Kirifi and Busin is men throughout the Northwest have been requested to give consideration to a proposal for la milling of Nadian wheat in Bond by i nit it Mills by James Ford Bell. Vie president of a local flour milling company. Iii a Lefter to Lotus d a of in ii. Presid it of the University of Minn Ota made Public today Xor. Bell willing in regard to a permanent Tariff measure says that the prices paid to the producers fur his wheat Ami the Price paid by Hie consumer for i flour will be determined to a Large extent by til treatment of Canadian Vav heat. The proposal i that la t cited stat Millers a permitted to import from Ganada air a amount of wheal for manufacture into Bour providing that for every too pounds so imported. They Export too pounds of hour. Under this plan the Millers would be builder by the Secretary of the Treasury White importing the Canadian wheat stir Bonds to to cancelled when they have exported flour equal in weight to the wheat imported. Pechin band at Wessington Springs in first rehearsal Wessington Springs s d. May Ernest pc Chen Mitchell famous band Leader held the for to rehearsal with local Bondsmen Herr tuesday evening Anc was More than pleased with the results expressing himself As b ing considerably surprised with flu Talent already available a a foundation for about a Twenty five thirty piece concert band. The Bondsmen voted unanimously to invite lady musicians to become Mem her of the band and expressed a i willingness to admit anyone i Hing to take no an instrument. Prospective beginners can make arrangements with prof. Pc Chin. Who will he in Wessington Springs every week from tuesday evening until thursday morning tie local business a professional women a flub which is financing til organization report a generous re England sides with America against japs in event of War All great Britain for u. S., newspaper says. Colonies also for u. Australia and new zealand would never think of invading san Francisco Tokio. Japan May Viscount Zehida. The foreign minister is quoted by today s newspapers As declaring he believed All questions Between Japan an the United Mats would Iii Hie end be solved satisfactorily. Battles in Paris Street Illy re arc Quot ire Paris France May 6.�?the communists Are conducting an Active Campaign against mobilization which resulted in four Street Batty a during the night Between communists and mounted guards. A number of soldiers and police were wounded by revolver shots rocks and bottles during tile fighting. Many arrests have been made. The communists according to la liberte Are planning a demonstration on the boulevards for saturday night i Aud sunday. The police were Reti-1 cent. But say the movement is not widespread. Masked men get $2,706 in 2-minute Job state sheriff Shanks and Beadle sheriff working on Case speeding to Canada customers stood off by guns while vault and tills Are rifled a of a Dempsey Camp opened today Mitchell Man is held under $50 1 Bond on 82 Check wilting a �?�2 Check for which to had no funds on a a pop it at the Bank i brought Roy Hilton of Mitchell into police court this morning. Ii was i bound Over until saturday morning in Atlantie Gity v j., May 6.�?jack Dempsey scamp in which he will prepare for his world title bout july 2 at Jersey Gity with Georges Gar Poutier the european heavyweight Champion was opened today. V reception for Dempsey entourage was prepared by Euls and admirers aft a his from Summit n j., where been doing Light work on Welsh a farm. Accompanying Dempsey were Joe Benjamin. Pacific const lightweight Alev Trani Piclas. Portland ore., middleweight. And Steve Latzo Scranton pa., welterweight. And his City off arrival he has Freddie i by sufi Ifil a run Quot ire London eng. May British overseas dominions would not tolerate an Anglo japanese treaty having As its object opposition to the United states declared til wekly Spectator today. Tile newspaper devoted considerable space to a discussion of Anglo american relations and Japan and cited facts to show that an a dance Between England and Japan was never meant and never could be used against America. Blowing of the British Empire into Smith Erines in a single instant would be Thiv ult if we but to War against America not to support some rights of our own. But Iii order to help Hie japanese a the newspaper continued. Colonies for u. Too a if the people of Australia and new Calami were asked on which Side they were going to be in a War Between America and Japan they would not hesitate a second. The would not waste time in Reading diplomatic papers or considering Legal Points. They would say a with our own flesh and blood of the poor old Mother country has Gonev cannot help it. Help Hie japanese to take san Francisco by assault Good heavens what Are you talking about a a there could be Only one place of or Canada in a finish fight Between Japan Ami american by the Side of America. While South african would have the same the Spectator asserted one of the reasons for continuing the Alliance Quot us Japan had tile keeping of peace to i Able to help Calm Down Japan s population should it become excited on a of the newspaper concluded by suggesting two British proposals to the United states. Device of neutrality a the first of the newspaper said a would be to make our position absolutely Clear to the whole american people and also to the people of our own Empire declaring we we uld not renew the japanese Alliance although of course we would remain in perfect Amity with Japan. Next we should propose a naval convention with the i United states. We should say to America a you shall tak Over command of the sea throughout Hie Pacific anti furry on the policing of it. Just a you will be answerable for the Pacific so we will have command of the sea in the Atlantic which Means not Only All Hie Northern Waters of Europe and the Mediterranean but also the Waters encompassing Hie Southern Yoasi of booze and watch mix up ends in death from gun Abr i�noci.1lfd or a a i. Quot Rrt Omaha neb., May Nathan ii. Marshalltown la., Diu in a Hospital Here last uhf from a Bullet wound inflicted by or. Tony go Gifu of Omaha who told police he tired a Long because a he thought he was trying to steal a watch at her Home monday night. Long How Vor denied any attempt at theft Anil it Aid he had gone to the place in an Effort to buy Collie liquor. Plan crusade against eggs special to the Republican Wolsey. In. May hunted by stat sheriff John Shank and sheriff i Verne Miller of Beadle county the two Uuk nov ii bandits who a Ute red the state bunk of Wolsey late yesterday afternoon held it. E. Boger Assis Tan a a Asher Ami two customers at the i Point of a revolver and escaped with �?�12,70ft of Hie Bank s funds Are belies Etilo be speeding today toward i Hkin Ada Lin no definite Trace of the robbers had been found this morning. By incrca6 in the robbers Overlook Ino crime wave to net of a voral thousand dollars Worth of years Liberty Bond in the Bank vault and a 1.500 in Ilver which was also there. Why pm Quot or the a Hok,.ups> marked below the Pinehurst n. May plans for Feyos entered the Bank shortly before a nation wide crusade against Bank your 0�?T,. 0ek and had finished their Lubbers was decided on today by tile Jeand raced out of the town with executive Council of the american. a Hplu. Of hardly More him two Bankers association in session Here minute a Way Aud Means of stamping out the i the robbers made their getaway in prevailing crime wave were discussed a Buick car. Pursuers lost Trace of Bankers alarmed and i opinion expressed unanimous them at a in that never in the 7 years of the of Wolsey organizations history were its 23. I too member Banks in As urgent need of Protection from burglars Anil Holdup men As today. The Protection department reported that an average of four criminals Point about live Miles Cash Only one in Bank or. Bagel was the Only Bank employee in the building at. The Lime the hold up occurred. No a b. Fry. President of the institution was in the country on business and f. Bag a week had been convicted sine the the cashier had gone to his Home department was established. President John s. Drum of the association told the Council that tile problem of american business was a to create credit machinery to make possible the absorption of our excess of manufactured goods and raw materials in foreign markets. Final Tariff vote on May 11 re upper House agrees to Settle farm Bill next wednesday afternoon Illy % n90cititetf or Ltd wire i Washington i. G., May Senate late today entered into formal agreement for a final vote on passage a of the emergency Tariff Blit next wednesday. Voting on amendments to the measure is scheduled under the agreement to Start at noon of that Day. Or. Hager the assistant cashier was counting the Money and getting read to close the Bank for the Day when the robbers entered. A it happened about a Quarter to four a said or. Bagel. A a Tail smooth shaven Man wearing Khaki uni nails walked into th1 building he was under 30 years old. I should say. And was dark complexioned. A the walked up to the Cheek counter and stood there about a minute with his Back to me. Amos Radcliffe. 1 a Farmer came in just behind him 1 and just after or. Radcliffe came in. The second hold up Man appeared in the door a e. Woodworth president of the e. Of. Woodworth Grain company of Minneapolis was in the president s private office writing a letter at the time. A hands up order a the first Man took out a revolver Ted barrelled automatic and ordered or Radcliffe and in to throw up our hands. The second Man told or. Woodworth to throw up his hands and then the first in stepped so he could cover All thre of supreme court stews into scrap on Loomis school i Steps toward the construction of a new $30,000 school House at loonie were stayed by the South supreme court late yesterday after noon when it granted an injunction and Baek us a when the first Man was covering us with his revolver the second stepped Back of the rail and inside the Cage where i ii and been working he Van through the drawers in the desk but did not find anything. A i had just finished counting about 700 in currency getting ready to i close and he took the Bills that were Dakota a Fig there on the counter. There was about $125 in Silver roue too. A took flaunt to of the Sliver which was sought by several patrons _ of the school District who disagree go Linued on Page with another faction there concerning the proposed site of tile new building. A Short time a judge b. Smith refused to Grant a temporary injunction to Stop building activities to the matter was taken to the higher court. It is expected a new hearing Wilt be Boid within the next 30 Days and that the whole Loomis school controversy May then in sorted. Of bricklayers take Cut Minneapolis Minn. May mein- mating hers of the Brykk layers and masons i record Union he re announced last night that they had voted to accept a reduction in wages to 9 from to a Day. Of Boom continues on Wall Street today a of % a of a Orvaa of hard Viirre new York City my Active my confident buying characterized today a operations Iii the Stock Market sates in the first half of the cession Al gains of i to nearly 5 Points Approxi-750.000 shares a new High for the year. Sea London. Stewards fug. May Der hands of $500 him preliminary a of 30.000 seagoing hearing will he a Del at that time. The Cheek which brought about Hilton arrest was written to Hie Mitchell hardware compar but it is alleged that he has written several other bad checks. Strike a lockout towards Ami Cook began today tin do being taken by shipping companies because of tile men refusal to accept a wage Cut of about it per cent. The lockout May interfere with the Comfort of this a in hip passenger. Burbeck boast of $75,000 a year running booze shrinks to plea of a broke dead broken divorces English Loro London Kin May . Aly whited Pearsall Russell was granted a provisional divorce decree today against the honorable Bertrand Arthur William Russellh in presumptive to Earl run cell in the ground and misconduct. Jack Burbeck of Avon Premier booze runner of South Dakota who boasted last fall that he could make More Mon than the president of the United states has run into so Many officers of the Law hut his Fine Moue making scheme i blasted. Now he has hit Hie a straight and narrow a he a s. Harbeck the out in Bonds a Quot appear in Mitchell to answer a charge it of transporting liquor and today the allowing letter was received from him by go few of police Owens a i am out of the Canadian Deal and wish to ask if my trial could be put off until fall As i am broke and my wife has been working for a living give me a Chance to a urn an hones Dollar to get ahead Ani i Quot Iii certainly thank Yow for it. A i am on tile straight Anil narrow path from now no decision had been made today Ashi whether Bur Lierke a request will weather forecast forecast a to showers much change be granted or not. A 350 appearance Bond. Is out under a South Dak saturday no lure local tempera turn by the government thenis oct noon Friday maximum 73. Minimum 42. Temperature Al Good 7 2. Night and in temper to
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