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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - May 12, 1922, Mitchell, South Dakota
Twelve pages the evening Republican third edition vol Xxxviii. Mitchell South Dakota Friday May 12, 1922 number 191inoa meet near collapse business Over Romance of these two is nation Beiter j travelling on Rocky Road says Mcintosh i he act of associated advertising clubs says labor is Only impediment now strike is drawback com pm Prosperity Mest i Xii i Jet no of Ami prices. Belief by it Miles m. Mackintosh r in in. May 12.�? copyright i. Rth m Schell evening re j a a National business begins a to k it it better. Tru despite the Coal Shear course is retarding the f Prosperity particularly in Ai i steel and Allied Indue i it a tier w of urn tree. A a a i a to a a perdy s of i Poller pro alb than t in t be disc. Eel to a i Pinchot fights Pennsylvania machine crowd former member of Roosevelt a Tennis cabinets would become governor running As outsider charges mismanagement in St Ste Tel mrs is p ported by . Is yes first conservator would be governor of Pennsylvania report vindicates Treasury officials Pennsylvania i found that Many a jills Are reluctant to blow in f Iron is in spite of a Good Der or steel because of the danger j of fuel shortage. A can a Illinois and Xvi Consin i found the same situation reflected i in the difficulty of getting material i and parts. Xxx age cuts not reductions a it unfortunate that it has not Hen demonstrated to labor that the Fig a reduction n wages to which so Many object so desperately As a against their War found pros not in reality a reduction at i the average purchasing if the Dollar has come up a 1 rely 13 1-3 per cent More a average reduction in wages. A of of real Prosperity then nit is measured in Merchan i itt Money tile worker is a greater Power to Purchase i the things he needs and wants that j he had at the highest Peak of his War Prosperity. For example if he still wants silk j shirts he can buy three of them i today for the Price of one in 1919. J Hie Small but Welcome Advance in tile Price of agricultural products has Given a decided impetus to business. J there has been improvement in both manufacturing and retail business in j Many lines and in All parts of the j country. Merchandising in it Cut cd but there is still much unset Lement in merchandising methods. Bar \ gain sales and Fth Vitious values based i on War Price comparisons Are still i much in evidence and Are doing much to increase Buye r res Isea Nee j thus sending up the Cost of Selling. It seems hard for some merchants to real ire that of Tail advertising is miss Mary Culberson daughter of senator Charles a. Culberson of a imply a Rialto to or c or Oiler Texas lower right is the Center of spirited warfare Between her father to Corent it he Tore to i it Orn pare and her suitor. Alexander e. Robertson upper right. Robertson a wha was said it Bou the n r Randise gassed and Shell shocked British Soldier charges that efforts were made a a tim will the actual to Kidnap him to get him out of the country. Lawyers detectives and by m Akk St la in National political correspondent of the Mitchell evening Republican and the new x Ork evening port. Philadelphia. Amay copy ought 1922, by Tho Mitchell evening Republican and the new x Ork evening Post a the next political event in sight is the Republican primary in Pennsylvania to be decided next tuesday. For the understanding of the Public outside of Pennsylvania. It can be said that the two United states senator ship. Concerned Are riot the cause of the excitement in political circles. For the succession to senator Knox there is but one Republican candidate n Young lawyer named Reed. Who was a Junior member in the late senator Knox s Pittsburgh Law firm. Or. Reed will have no opposition in the primaries and will undoubtedly win the fall election against the democratic candidate. It Tan be taken for granted that the successor to senator Knox is practically chosen. Pepper sure to win in the same Way. To Only a slightly less extent it is Clear that the successor to the late senator Penrose will be George a Hart a Pepper. Or. Pepper has some opposition in the Republican primary. It is furnished by a Railroad labor Man. William j. Burke. Burke is making an energetic Campaign but he cannot win. Pepper has the support of both factions of the Republican party. He continued on Page two by associated pres be awl wire Washington. To May 12.�?the report of the special Treasury committee. Which made an inventory of the supplies and equipment of the i Bureau of printing and engraving i following the recent reorganization of the Bureau s personnel completed yesterday is understood to be substantial vindication of the declaration by Treasury officials that no Materia output of illegal Bond note or stamp issues had taken place within recent years the report will record however that a discrepancy of some fifty sheets was found when a Check was made of the special paper used in the Bureau for printing of Bonds and i notes. A a o russian reply throws allies into turmoil Schanzer of Italy predicts adjournment can be avoided a others less sure note is called stupid of rope not to of deed pm m f of sox i Ftp a state ment ass i its Gifford Pinchot Chang planning new offensive m Xvi Biri Xiv general m Xv-k1 x ers for i it Isi ver to the with general Xvi s army Chicago jury Aims terrific blow at labor eight i Nion be hers Are Ivor Ted on Mehrer cd a Moke Bills to follow Bonus Bill is introduced in Senate today Meas re providing for h lilt so is fathered by Burnem merchandise in Tho store. If a customer Corr is in twice in respond to offerings of. Say. A Aioo in is wort up to at $17.os&Quot and finds the few attractive offerings were ail gone by of o clock or if she comes the get some a full fashioned silk stockings a $1 98�?o Only to discover they Are neither silk nor full fashioned t m no wonder that she will not have Faith in that particular merchant Fiur advertising. T. Ere is however a constant and marred a prove f along this line. It a duo re in. We like to think to the development f f the better v a. R t e a \ f. Of w. Ill ill the Large centers Commerce situation t improving \ be Splete in urn of Prosperity us we upon the Malm ring of labor and of prices. 1 a Ltd Aiso wait up to a resin in in for in Trade based Upen payment in a ratable securities since foreign Gold i As a1-most c in o ?. And foreign goods in Laege pc Ime a Anno find a place in Bur be or son a t a re to come. In a he meantime however the sit at on c pm proving s of in but surely from Day to Day. And there is no occasion for piss in to Daugherty in hurry for Cash the British embassy have been drawn into the Case. Darden and Murray break out of jail steal car and make getaway before dark a a Rory by Giner Al asks to re. A of i r ,02 millions it to 1 to it for to to r in ii Ira b a t x St resp to i be a of la Levi brr leaned wire on. I u., May 12�?urg d a it Ion by Congress on a St for a fund of $300,000 Gat on and prosecution of a torn Gay general i it a ugh i the House appropriation it 275 cases were Pend it the government stood approximately $192,000, Ai indicated members said. U Ive peed of a proper Force the litigation much of soon be ready for the Daugherty indicated that i to get a special a War a i c Ting and prosecuting h orders to Speed up cases. Were a Uji being made by it Ive Johnson. South Dako representative xxx Woodruff. Republicans joint authors Burion for investigation of my of War claim cases to in it by the House. The t Mitt be has voted to give ged status but there has dictation As to just when it called up. Of Pete Darden sex convict who was held in the Mitchell City Jai under Bonds of $10,000 for attempting Tot kill patrolman j. Ii. Schneur and William Murray under parole from the state Penitentiary and in jail for Petty larceny made their escape from the City jail shortly after 6 p. In. J yesterday. They Are believed to have j stolen a car belonging to Lawrence h Jahns of Mitchell which Ristp j neared at the same tim. No Trace the two had been found by this morning. Died off is bar Darden and Murray made their escape from the jail by prying off one of the Cross bars on a. Window in the jail. This left an opening not More than i 2inches Square hut they managed to get through the Hole and make their getaway. They had to crawl through tin tans and rubbish outside the window in order to get to the Alley by which they escaped. Or. Jahnz. The owner of the car which was stolen at the same time had left his car outside of the Cor Palace building. He is janitor there and was looking after some of Bis j wort. When he came to get the car shortly after six o clock it was miss a in. The car is a four Cylinder Buick carrying South Dakota License number �51h6. It had new Tir s on both rear wheels. My Wood for Leirer the two prisoners who escaped i took advantage of their supper hour to get their Freedom Darden had been kept in his cell at All times t since his arrest three weeks ago on the charge of shooing with intent to kill. He was it out of his cell thursday evening to eat supper with the rest of the prisoners in the main part of the jail. It was then that Murray and Darden pried the bar off the window using a piece of Wood from some of the jail furniture to get the har off. The bad bad been partly sawed some previous time it was seen when the escape was discovered. And it had apparently Ben easy to get ii off Darden w to is 22 years old. Served a term in the North Dakota state Penitentiary before coining to Mitchell and getting into trouble with the authorities Here his attempt to shorn patrolman sri Eljer occurred when the latter was about to question him concerning jus suspicious actions when he was believed to have been attempting to steal a car Murray Whoso borne is in Mitchell. Was re arrested after being paroled from the state Penitentiary. His arrest at i his time was on a charge of being implicated in the theft of a watch and a handbag which had been left at a local restaurant. By Ashington. D it May 15.�?a substitute soldiers Bill. At Al a which veterans would receive fifty percent Cash payments was introduced today by senator Bur sunt. Republican. New Mexico and referred to the Senate finance Committer. The balance due to veterans would be covered by certificate of indent Edney in a payable september 3b, 1927. And drawing interest at the rate of 3 1-2 percent front next october i. Aside from the it Ash and certify i Cate option veterans would be permitted to select vocational training i fart or Home Aid. Or land Purchase and Purchase plan Ike homesteads up i Antis paying $1.25 i of of certificates of i the land Cost less than the face value of the certificate the difference would be paid in Cash. I veterans enticed to Only $50 would i be paid in full. Payment we Ould be at the rate of one Dollar a Day for Domestic service and $t,2� for for a eign service with the maximum $50f and $625 respectively As in the House a Bill. Of sign to Wal Bill Denver. Col. May 12.�?governor Oliver in Shoup today signed the Moffatt Tunnel both measure provid a for a Bond so a a proximal i ing $6.oho non to nuance the con St auction of a Tunnel Pix Miles in i length through the Continental Divide near the foot of James beak. Aid. Under the veterans could i on any Public per acre by me indebted be by pre lenses wire peking. China. May i foreign legation Here have been informed that a critical situation has developed at Kaiping. 7o Miles North of Tien Tsin. Where the troops of general Chang Tso Lin Are entrenched against an Advance by general xxx to Poi fuss army. Kaiping. Which is the Center of valuable British Coal mines is on that portion of the peking Mukden Railroad assigned to the Protection of the american forces under the International agreement for maintaining communication South of the great Wall. Reports my that Ghang has arrived a Lua Chow. Personally to direct the operation. Ten thousand fresh troops have left Mukden to go to his assistance. General wus troops have advanced to within sixty Miles North of Tien Tsin. They re under command of Genera Wang Cheng pin. A file i Irvine hang Tokio Japan. May 12.�?th former chinese Premier Liang Shihyi. Recently reported to have arrived in Japan is understood to be planning to join general Chang ten lie. Who is with his forces North often Tsin. Dispatches from China say Chang is mane vering for a decisive Battle against a Pei fun s for is along the Luan River. Sleet Andonow Falls in Hills Deadwood we Lead visited by Reg Lar Winter weather Stock is it ers by is mkt iat cd i re is Louised wire Chicago lf., May 12.�?police and civic organization today saw in the ? indictment of eight Chicago labor leaders and the states attorney s threat to use against them the Law in it voted 36 years ago to obtain con f fiction of the Haymarket rioters a smashing blow at what they termed gang terrorism. In a Long night session thursday. A Cook county special grand jury j returned three Hills charging murder against a big tim Quot Murphy head of the Gas workers Union Fred Mader president of the Chicago building trades Council Cornelius p. Con Shea. Secretary treasurer of the j Tleater janitors Union referred to j As the a big three of the Chicago labor circles and five others. Other indictments coming the indictments returned in connection with recent bombing outrages and Pollee killings Are forerunners of scores of others officials said. More than 400 persons were arrested in the past few Days and but the by a Wmk Iii Iol pres Tei tied wire Genoa Italy. May 12.�?foreign minister Schanzer of Italy addressing the entire body of newspaper representatives in attendance noon the to Ono Vic conference lat this afternoon expressed the opinion that the russian a ply would not prevent the j continuation of the conference. Foreign minister Benes of Czechoslovakia. Speaking in the Nam of the Little entente expressed the opinion today that the conference must be adjourned within a few Days. According j to the French proposal to appoint an International committee of exper. On which Russia would not he represented. To consider financial problems. This must a done. Ii said in such a Way As to avoid resentment. In order not to emitter the european situation. Vedi it is adjournment a leading member of the French delegation predicted that the conference would soon adjourn alter perhaps. Suggesting the appointment of an International committee to examine the russian question without the russians having a place on the committee which might later report to some conference. Some spokesmen expressed the hop that the United states would be represented on such a commit As suggested. A statement of the British View on i the russian reply terms the document a very stupid from the viewpoint of russian interests Quot but says great j Britain is not prepared to adopt the View that Europe is to be denied peace or the russian people further consideration in their misery simply because of a stupid argument re Ems a Trot in a delayed a was far As Russia is concerned. Continues the statement a help will undo uht by be delayed Aud Render few have been released with t. _ greater number denied Freedom even Fri More difficult but cat an of on writs of Hareas Corpus. Fair of the russian government. Xxx other named in the indictments Are quite prepared to go into thar Isadore trav Man. Head of the suggestion that the questions of cred f i it tire Hanger Union Daniel my ifs. Debts Aud private property be earthy Hub ii Ess agent of the plumb referred to a mixed commission which prs Union Jerry Futoran. Former say j will study them in detail and eventually report although this Means that Russia will have to wait some tim longer for credits. A regarding the other aspect of the russian document namely tji pea of Europe this afford a satisfactory Loon keeper Thomas Hogan former police officer and Robert met loud clerk in the building trades Council. Specific murder it harped the eight Are charged specific Al la with the killing of Terrance Lyons basis for further negotiations. To acting police lieutenant. The slaying break on this document would mean of Lyons followed the murder of that the states bordering on Russia Thomas Clarke patrolman on guard might he exposed to the dangers of at a building which previously had War and peace be fund mentally Dis been bombed police say. By labor Turbed. Men because it was being erected und a the a if Dis award a wag decision handed Down by k. M. To Andis. Former Federal judge which was intended to Settle the i pure Between contractors and the building trades Council. Of Witchell boy Heid on serious charge a preliminary bearing will be held to it my Jav it a for Otis 1 arson an in year old Mitchell it Outh. Who is charged with a statutory offers on the person of a 16-year-old girl living near Mitchell the Young Man is out under bends of $1,00 1 awaiting the hearing. A be crime is alleged to have been committed after a dance held in the country this week. Youngl arson took the girl Home in his car. Goof with Patent. Hallie Ather hair k Ulm a scandal Walker who the bar la a hearts. A a eds would be wild ones. Hind suck Kra a braggart. Dun woman a girl who a Annot step along. Oof Woof a an exclamation 1 Waicule or indignation. Rinkley the Mother of a Lapper. In i rpm anyone who is a wet a it socially. Out of town subscribers read the want ads tomorrow two names and addresses will be selected from our mailing list of out of town subscribers and the City directory. These names will appear somewhere in the w ant ads next saturday of your name and address appears you will receive two tickets to the a met \ Good for monday May i 5, to see the we a. Fox production a a footfalls you May win the free theatre tickets a it pays to read the want ads saturday want Ada free with two to six other issues weather report Smith Dakota generally fair tonight and saturday somewhat warmer saturday afternoon wept and North portions. I Oral tent per t Arew by the Republican recording thermometer thursday Friday 3 p in. 68 3 a 44 6 p. In. 60 a 9 p in. 46 9 a in. 53 12 p. In. 42 12 ill 3 p in. 66 maximum or by 3 p in thursday minimum 42 at 12 p in. Thursday by the Oie Ial government thermometer from noon yesterday to noon today maximum minimum 4 5 at noon 59 by a of Ciatu Ltd pro a can of xxx ire Deadwood. S. D. Of in 12.�?ttm Fleet and Snow atom that held away in the Northern Black Hills for the two Days aha a last n Gilt after the heavy precipitation caused several River to reach flood stages and inundated the town of Spearfish and belie four Che no live were lost. Spearfish suffered heavy pro try damage when the flour Mills Rafii broke causing head water to Rush throng be City. Demolishing a larg ice House and livery barn. Hundreds of in the lower part of the town fled to higher ground. The precipitation in this District amounted to five inches in the last 2 4 hours. Thousands of chickens Aud hogs were drowned at Spearfish. Small buildings were swept from their foundation and carried Down Stream. Bell four Che was partly under water Early today. Many were washed out. Ami a number of barns and Frame buildings were carried away in the flood Waters. Towns people were warded of the impending flood Early yesterday and cd the High ground. Baseball standings \mf4rh x n of in be Chicago. Net Onn ooh a a 4 2 Boston. I to 130 o0x�?5 la i my xxx a Eneyd. Acosta and Schalk Quinn and Ruel. St. Louis. 09 lot 350�? Philadelphia. Too Ooi 005�? shocker and Severeid Moor. Harrisson and Perkins Man. 13 11 2 4 amp i Harri Fuhr Detroit .102 on 212�? 6 14 i new x Ork. N31 on 14 1 diner. Oldham and rass1r Hoyt. Murray. Mays and Behan. Cleve a a xxx Ashington. In Yejeski and and Gharrity. O Neill. 300 1. 210 0 Erickson National Leager pop on too 300 Eon 3, 9 0 Pittsburgh. 000 040 old a a 9 2 wat on. Marquand Miller and o Neill. Crowdy a in son y Elk ichor be and m at Tex. Is 0 a a ii i denies charges Poughkeepsie. By. May 12.�?mrs. Anna Stillman under Cross examination by lawyers for James a. Stillman. Who is suing her for divorce. Yesterday stuck to her statement that nothing improper had Ever taken 1 place in her experience with Fred Beauvais. Indian guide alleged by the i plaintiff to a the father of Young Guy Stillman. Brooklyn. Too 103 111 Cincinnati .300 Fth of j Smith and Hungling. A Berry Couch. Markle and Hargrave Philadelphia Chicago. Smith and Heylim land and o Farrell. .012 003 Ltd a 001 o Jones. Htu new x Ork. N St. Louis. .4 Rarned Causey and Smith Haines and Ainsmith. Free bicycles and scooters for the boys and girls the Republican will give a bicycle a Columbia the finest bicycle made in America to every boy and girl in Mitchell in return for just a few hours easy work. For the younger kiddies the Republican will give a twin Konter with disc wheels and rubber tires in return for just an hour or two hours easy work in the big bicycle and Scooter Campaign which starts tomorrow read fun particulars in the full Page and on Page five. Mixed commission my _ be Only xxxv of t left by \ a pm Kintol Prev a to can Ltd wire Genoa. Italy. May 12�? reply with suggestion that All the tangled financial problem be sub knitted to a mixed committee of a i Perth named by the Genoa conference i provides a Means of escape from the present superheated atmosphere which appears to be unfavourable for the settlement of the myriad us. Thins arising from the russian situation. The financial different a Between Russia and the Powers the reply declared. Need not present an obstacle to the immediate settlement of other problems before the conference. Renew damage la Imp the reply venerated the claims foe damage because of the blockade of Russia and the War against Ber promoted by foreigners quoting the Alabama claims growing out of the american civil War a a precedent. It say the soviet government waived there claim Only on conditions that real credits were at her disposal and her War debt annulled j which was not done in the Allied one in Ora Odum therefore Russia renew a lain a the preamble to the note Fritt ering the attitude of the air towards the soviet government says _ a it tit not the or the solution of the debt question which will make \ capital flow into Russia but the guarantee which the russian government May a Abl to furnish for the future arid the International consolidation of to lug government resulting from it recognition de Jour. View Era Laws Smon replying to clause x h of the in prior Aurum. The russians Sac a eth pour Clars have beep rendered More difficult still by of attn icy of certain state in imposing upon Russia through article x Foj oblige ions co fit my with her social system and i Tiv article a of re Cannes Resolution. A Claus Vii begin with a a Autt Ful preamble recognising the Sovereign right of Russia to organize within her own territory her regime of property Ber e genomic system and her government but the it of the clause itself in in flagrant contradiction with the preamble Russ recognize property right Central a we Mettee asked to Sanction decree Issi Eft by government by associated Prev a wire Moscow. Russia. May 12 a legalized recognition of private property rights in of none. Industrial and agricultural products and other personal property and to in certain extent in estate is proposed or Deer a which the soviet government prepared for presentation before the Aji russian Central executive committee for passage at its opening session today. The committee which in effect is the russian parliament is thus ask a to Mak Law enabling foreign capital to work hand in hand with soviet Russia and also to pass another decree giving peasants prolonged tenure of land which they now hold a Well a Iii right to lease land under certain circumstances. The decree recognizing private property provide that foreigner outside of Russia Shail be Given the right of Protection of their property Only on condition that russians Are granted the same rights abroad but foreigners within Russia who legally arrange for the right to do business would a granted the same rights russian citizens
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