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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - May 18, 1921, Mitchell, South Dakota
The evening Republican City edition vol xxxv Imitchell s. D. Wednesday May 18 no. 171america shuns silesian Row Franklin Lane sex Cabinet Man taken by death former Secretary of Interior passes away at Rochester poor girl now heir to Fortune follows operation appendix removal results in return of heart trouble left no estate a it to m of in of Ialy a i mall arct ush a. Minn. In i. Be former Secretary of the a died let a Hospital Here Al i Ltd irk this morning. Death was a attack of angina Rectoris. I i ii was operated on hoi Alay a a a i St Ltd is til appendicitis and i. To recovering when Hoar . From which in had suffered ii Jinn to tim during tim last eight Nti developed. Hospital physics the belief that the i i ii on would relieve the heart of ii. Loll an attack Early today deemed t Ai ally. Immediately after he had recovered in Ute influences of the Anaesthetic said i am surprised to tie a i a Quot pm to lie Able to live a f Ine dome Good things Fen the i Cones s without thought of in i icy. Or Lane left no estate i his resignation from tin ily the death of Howard j. Flannery. Prominent Pittsburg c Lubman. Miss Ai Roll Mei Omas. It Trees. Be coi Iun sole heir to his entire Fortune. Miss Mccomas met Flannery 15 years ago while he was a student at Ford hum University. Rail wage cuts to reach up to skilled labor slashes in pay will be Given to skilled men As Well As labourers baseball results today a games National league wine inn to i of too 000-at Boston. Ooi too old Luque Rogge and an no it Gin and Howdy. Pittsburgh it20 031 110 at Brooklyn our not 010 Cooper and a Kiff Ricther t and Krueger. I i i i i Filitti i a 0 a 2 Bailey. Lloyd George scalds Paris newspapers Hughes turns poles away in pleas for United states Aid figures forthcoming u. S. Board will announce final decision favouring reduction in pay Chicago. Too Loo ooi�?2 to 0 at new York too too nil�?3 a. 0 Freeman. York and of Farrell Benton. Douglas Sallee Aud Smith. England stands Pat on silesian policy opposing poles he says Fountain men talk of new ice Cream Cut and sundae prices going Down is Prospect for Mitchell Wilton Cabinet or. sought it it or i health am Carne Here in ulnar of ibis year lit was advised i spend the Winter in a Wanner climate Arni visited Iii California returning Al ibis month. His condition. Favourable for an operation arid continued improvement was noted until Lite heart attack which caused i j death. Brothers at death bed mrs Lane and George by. Lane a brother were called to the former Secretary bedside shortly before 5 a. I. Today and were with him when in tiled. Last night it was thought1 that or. Lane was much improved. Although or. Lane said following. Hie operation that he was a surprised in be alive. His improvement i. y had been of marked that Hist death win unexpected. His son. La uiiii11 k. Lane or. And his Dang i ter. Mix. Phillip Kauffman of Washington were at their hollies when Biem father died. In was i sister. M it m v Anderson of Oakland. Cal. George a Lane said this morning thai his brother left a no estate what suey or. Lane s body will be taken to no go tonight accompanied by i. Bro tier and widow. a Price decline of about live cent in the j Rice of Plain sundaes and Plain ice Cream within tin past few Day s Mitchell Fountain men met this noon with k. K. Thompson a representative of Job a runner Creamery company of ibis City to discuss a fur tiler reduction in Price. A everyone agreed to go Hie limit to bring the prices of ice Cream sundae sodas. And Utler Fountain products a Low As possible under present conditions a according to or. Thompson. There seen us to tie a general mis Inderst hiding about Hie retail pro of ice Cream. Or. Thompson continued. A Plain sundae Are now Down of la cent it and a dih of Plain Iee Ere in can n Vav ii bought for to rents Sci the id priv i reduction. A people have App i a 111 to develop a taste for a lot of goodies on top of their ice earn. Of Jav want lot Kim if fruit and to of their , to pay for it. Of different heaped Oil i ill list expect a scones too a Huck to Ive the War tax is til added to Wilt Rob ask be taken a soon. R. It they a n1 plat most Illy Coth Gilfil pres i wire Chicago ii May general reduction of wages for unskilled rail j Road employees effective july i. Which wis forecast by the Railroad labor Board Iii an announcement last nigh. 1 will to made la basis of reductions j extending to Al classes of Railroad la Bor. Ii was understood today. J although Only the Chicago. Great Western the Chicago and Alton and Al few other roads have requested that i j wage reductions he extended to All i classes provision was made by the Board in its announcement for the Iii ing of other petitions up to june 6 j and it is believed that others of the i Imo class v roads will Amend their applications to include Simp train service arid other elapses of employees the new applications hied up to june Job. The Hoard s announcement said. Will he decided to take effect also on july i. No intimation was liven in the Hoard s announcement Aspi the probable extent of the Cut. Last july the Hoard increased wages of unskilled it i Bor an some Oiler classes 2d per i Coni. Making it retread i pc to May i 1120. A the general effect f the decision j will he to retard track sail s. In. Felton president of the Chicago. Great Western. Disappointment was expressed by various Railroad executives that the Cut was to be delayed until Jill i. As by Hill time. It was said. The heaviest part of track rehabilitation work to generally completed. Tie decision last july affected approximately 2 oho to men in a granted increase Dailing nearly $600,060.-000 a year. Huron Man elected grand patriarch of Odd Fellows St. Louis. At Philadelphia Perth and demons baggy. Of a old to. A too of Meadows and but not foe to France children of treaty must not be allowed to break crockery he says Boston. To Detroit american league too Soo oooo a non our oooo o Illy Akmal Nofil in run Lenin wire London. Eng. May minister Lloyd George issued a statement today reiterating the British attitude towards the upper Sile Ian question 0 j expressed by him in his recent speech 1 in tin House of commons and Dis joins aint and Barnier. Bael dins new York. To Chil go. Ouinn. Sheehan and Schong and Mehalk. Too too 2 it i 0 0 n Faller i Philadelphia. A at i let land i and w of Neill. I 0�0 too oooo it i 0 oi2 Loo no i s i Liker Cele it Kie and ill Moi la to he i Rem i Eairl Vav or Washington d. May land s request for american support in i the settlement of the of upper Silesia has evoked formal ans wer from Secretary Hughes that the american representatives abroad would i take in part in the discussion Eon i Kerning tin silesian pie Fiou. La Olaid was informed further in tin i reply delivered i Brince Lubomirski i the polish minister that a a a a far a at j present Iii by a seen Hie Vui Erical a present natives on the supreme Council. Tin Council a f ambassadors and the reparations commission Toubl not Mijiu Bas express an opine in a a us a settlement. In explanation of the a Sertean r-1 filial. Secretary Hughes pointed a Chi i the traditional policy of the United j states my to become involved in malt u s of purely concern. Washington. Oil St. Louis. To Erickson Courtney and Gharrity mocker Ami Severeid. A chop million off naval Bill first Senate Roll Call on appropriation Bill shows How wind blows sent ii. Mer president Wilson -1of condolence to much w is not made Public. Body to be cremated in tentative funeral plans have to Iii Rny it. Or. Lane said. La plants leave her tonight with Hie they will he joined in Chicago to a by Franklin k. Lane jr., mrs. If Matin and mrs Anderson will a 1 later. Want or. Lanes request that his v he cremated and that the funeral vices be private. A i cannot he cer i limit details until we arrive in Imago and consult or. Lane s Tam Lane said. President and mrs. Harding Send condolence to widow Washington. D. C., May 1$.-�?Prosi- 1 t la a Quot Diu sent the following Hies j _. condolence today to mrs. Of the Fountain Niin pay the w fax in Plain although drinks have not been of a tonally decreased in Price i Dittl dealers declare Ilia they have Meres cd the is to a elude Sale pric a a i the syrups used in flu manufacture of drinks and the Drums of Gas that furnish the a uti a has my dropped a any i real extent dealers assert. The la been a reduction of from la i. A 2 recent in the pric a of Fountain fruit. A just As soon As la overhead expenses including rent in and labor i an decreased. Piece will be another drop in the Price of Fountain products the Mitchell dealers have promised a or. Thompson said. I five of the leading Fountain men of Mitchell Vav re represented at Ute Nice ing. An tiler meeting will i ii 11 soon As it is possible to bring about another Price reduction. To Berdeen in May i a Frank i. Hotly Rush of Huron was elected grind patriarch of la grand Encampment patriarchs militant of Odd Fellows of South Dakota in convention Here late yesterday. Other new officers Are W. Province Gettysburg errand High priest a. Ill it. Worthing. Senior Warden Harry Bice Huron grind scribe George w. Snow a Wior Iulo leased wire Washington. Ill May 18.�?one million dollars was Cut from Hie naval appropriation Bill in the Senate today on the first Roll Call testing the strength Between advocate and opponents of increases in Navy appropriations. Through a coalition of Republican and democratic senators the Semoc rejected i to 31. An increase recommended by the naval committee for transportation and recruiting in the Navy. Sixteen republicans and 23 democrats voted against the increase ant five democrats and 26 republicans voted for it. The republicans opposing were Horah Lapper. Cummins Dillingham. Gooding Harrold Johnson. California Jones. Washington Kenyon. Lafollette. Lenroot Mccormick. Mcnary. Phipps Townsend and Willis. On then it vote the Senate sustained 39 to it 33. The committees proposal to increase the House allowance Middleton. I claiming responsibility for the a distorted reports in the French in the course of the statement he said a the Fate of upper Silesia must be decided by the supreme Council Anil not by he continued a children of the treaty cannot be allowed to break crockery in Europe with impunity. Somebody must place a restraining hand on them otherwise there xviii to continual trouble. A great Britain cannot consent stand by whilst the treaty her representatives signed less Tan two years ago is being trampled ministers statement the Prim ministers statement began us follows a i adhere to the statement i made in the House of commons on the subject of Silesia. Naturally i can Only accept responsibility for what i actually said and not fur the truncated anti distorted reports in the French newspapers. The almost unanimous approval Given by i Jeriean and 1 a the italian As Well As the British press to the sentiments i then expressed show that tile great nations who Quot toot by i to Hue or franc in j next in Al year Beltie War mean to interpret the treaty a Quot Quot lie available. A a ghost limps with a Drys pay seven Hundred enforcement agents Laid off because of fund shortage la i Rem wire Washington d. Ii. May 700 prohibition enforcement agents in various parts of i country have been temporarily Laid off for Lack of funds to pay their salaries ii was announced today at prohibit ii a enforcement Headquarters Here. Failure of Congress to provide $250 too a ked for by the prohibition commissioner to pay salaries of held agents until Hie end of the present Lis a Al year officials said necessitated a Cut of about two thirds in the tie a in he men were Given a to Day vacation without pay hut it was said Wall to reinstate on july i when the a chief Justice White lies at Point of death refused operation for Mouths believing supreme court needed him a Ringfield. Grand treasurer a. T. And for til naval Bureau of of weather report forecas1 son i ii Dakota unsettled tonight and thursday probably showers Over a in and no n k. Lne to Rochester have just Learned of the death of distinguished husband and a a a a a a a a a i somewhat Wanner Tono Mit and great Shock Central portions thursday. Local temperatures passing la was an in j a government thermometer Ting Merican Whit rendered most i Anoon Edne stay country t w i a.,# i maximum i o111j an abiding place in Trie of it is a of Al who knew him Well. To it Ding joins in in an expression i1 St sympathetic to express my very or a exceedingly deep sorrow Ati Neh passing. He was an a rend wished service f a iii1 by the government 63. Minimum 50. Temperature at noon 03. 0,1 it i Anis. Spearfish grand representative. One year in k. Batchelor hot Springs grand representative two years. Grand patriarch loll Larush made the following appointments f. L. Burnett Madison Gran Junior Warden e. F. Lehman. Watertown grand marshal d. J. Davidson Bristol grand inside Sentinel and l. P. Shantron. Deadwood grand outside Sentinel. At the 12th annual meeting of the department Council of Hie j Atli Arch militant this morning Max whited of Yankton was elected Xii president tit succeed f. In Kenyon it f Huron. S. W. Rowley of Mitchell was re elected treasurer. Of Jack just smiles Atlantic City n. A. May 18.�?Jack Dempsey just smiled today when to read in the newspapers that Georges Carpentier thought to was going to snatch Hie heavyweight laurels from his brow july 2, and i ii he went ahead with his training. Docks from $7,500,000 to xp.ooo.-000. Senator King. Democrat Utah j gave notice however that another i Roll Call would to demanded on the j paragraph later. Of -0 Hearst to build 25-Story building in new York City i a it Horta Fco a i fkr wire vow York City May ii Learst. It became known to j Al his purchased property Iii West j 5s?b Street jus off Columbus Circle i Winch a 25-si by building is to big a reded to House his newspapers the 1 a Rio it m and journal and ids Maga a /.tnes. News services and Ulm Campania. The building Xxiii tie ready for occupancy in about a year. Of labor run pulpit Burlington la., May Rev. T j. In tit of fort Dodge la., labor Champion in addressing the opening session of the state federation of labor convention Here today declared labor sit ukr Cain control of the schools and the pulpit. Says a up to the minute i Plankinton s. D. May 16, 1921 editor Republican a enclosed find Check for another years subscription to your paper. The daily Republican brings us the very latest news More up to the minute than any other paper and i want to commend its Independent editorial policy something which is much appreciated by All those who Are not blinded by extreme partisanship. Very truly yours p. F. Nolan Milwaukee women Boycott meat shops until prices Decuff Versailles a i have never witnessed Ruch unanimity in an question a continued the statement. A fall shades of opinion in these three countries take the same View. It would be unfortunate were the French press to take a different View hut xxx must be tolerant of differences of opinion amongst ourselves. Calls it mischief a Zwilli All respect. I would say to the French press that Hie habit of treating every expression of Allied opinion xxx Rich die not coincide with their own As in impertinence is fraught Xxiii mischief. That attitude of mind if persisted in. Xviii be fatal to any entente. A the stand taken by the British. American and italian Public on the silesian question ought not to be offensive to France. They stand by the treaty of Versailles. They mean to apply the terms of the treaty justly. I whether they happen to be for or against Germany. A the Fate of upper Sale it a must he derided by the supreme Council and not by Korfanty. Children of the treaty cannot be allowed to break Ero Ekery in Europe with impunity. Somebody must place a restraining hand on them otherwise there will be continual trouble. Hits South Dakota Minneapolis minn., May 1$.�?til-Ty-five prohibition enforcement agents under the direction re Paul in Keller supervising agent will by furloughed from Max 21 to july i in accordance xvii ii a nation wide order received Here today. The agents to he Given vacations have been operating in mimics i i. North an South Dakota Low i an i Nebraska. Milwaukee wis., May 18.�?milwaukee women xxx to a o determined to do without meat Throe Days a week until retail prices come Down in conformity xxx Itti wholesale prices began their strike today according to mrs. F. K. 11 Oxx president of i women a fair Price league. Of food costs fall off 2.7 per cent during april at an advanced age condition becomes grave after operation performed last of Ivory bulletin a or High need i Ria lense xxx ire Washington. In g., May 18.�?pi>i-ci.uis attending Edward Douglass White. Iii f Justice of the i nit 11 a sup Rem court announced at la a. In. Today that their patient had my rallied from Hie sinking spell of late yesterday and that his recovery was not expected. Bulletin Washington. In May 18.�?chief Justice White of the United states supreme court whose condition by Cam suddenly grave yesterday after an operation to which he submitted last Friday continued of the Point of death Early today Vith attending physicians expecting the end at any moment. Or. Francis in Hagner Hgt had not expected the chief Justice to survive the night reported his condition today As steadily declining anti said there was Little Hope that he would i it through the Day. It noon the physicians attending the chief j us in said there had been no Chang in the patient s condition and tilt he might last through today and tonight hut that there was nothing upon which to base a alteration from their previous diagnosis. Chief Justice Whit is 76 years Obi. Tile doctors issued pie following bulletin a chief Justice White was uprated upon Oil Friday la-1. Kith ugh in a serious condition for some months past he Posl Pon the operation As he Felt his present at the court was imperative. His Progress was satisfactory with Normal Pon and temperature until tuesday afternoon when acute dilation of i he it occurred. He tins not hied from tills condition Ami his recovery is my expected. A Francis ii. Hucher m. To a Thomas m. Clayton m. D. A Thomas s. Lee m. of Washington d. C., Max decline of 2.7 per cent in retail food j rusts of the average family for april a compared xxx 11 to March was reported today by the labor depart i men. On prices of 3 articles from 51 cities. 31 shoved drop ten an increase and two no change. For the a year to april 15 a combined drop of 28 per cent Xmas reported. Nose dive in plane restores Farmers ears Illy i Frt Fil a Rry Emporia Kas. May 18.�?a nose dive in an air plane from a height of 4.500 feet yesterday restored the hearing of John Fowler a Farmer living near Emporia. Fowler was unable to hear the no is of the motor until the dive was made. He now can hear distinctly persons who speak to him. He lost ids hearing u Vear ago. Mists ahead Are dense a the course of the a world in the Corning years cannot be forecast. The mists ahead Are More than usually dense. Much xviii depend upon 1he allies holding together. A apart from treaty obligations events which cannot be foreseen must determine the future groupings of the nations and the future of the world Ami especially of Europe will be determined by old or new friendships. A under these circumstances the treaty of Versailles is a document of infinite moment especially to Hie nations of the entente. It binds us together when there is so much to Divide us. Those who treat its pro visions i s if they xxx Ere the sports of passion and prejudice May not have to live Long to regret their Hothead Edness. British not shirker a eth British people shirk no part of their responsibility under this treaty. There Are temporary differences which make it difficult to spare troops bid these i enl Dently Antoci no word has been received Iii Mitchell this afternoon that prohibition enforcement men resident in Mitchell would he included Iii the number Given furloughs. Wood Mith and Charles Peters agents who live Here. Left Mitchell this morning in official business. Slam Safe door loaded with Nitro and never know it by % Emo Uttmi in Rrana wire Council Bluffs la., May Safe expert called to open the Safe in the Bluff City lumber company office found More than a pint of nitroglycerine had been left in the combination by robbers enough to blow the Block to pieces. The office fore had repeatedly slammed the door in an unsuccessful Effort to close it. Dempsey May Fly from new Jersey to Michigan bout Senate vote Cable Landing Powers to the president he a i it i wire Washintgon d. C., May i \.�?without. A record vote the Senate Bill authorizing presidential a Quot nor Lover Cable i hiding was passed today by Hie House. The measure was blight in amended and the f nato and House must come to an agreement on the changes before it can go to a in president if pm pox Era i n president to prevent to tip Landing of unauthorized cables Aud to Issue l no to a for operations. To Chicago ii. May 18.�?if an air plane journey can be arranged. Champion Jack Dempsey vill Fly from new Jersey flt Renton Harbor mich., and aet As the third Man in the ring on july i at the Benny Leonard Sailor Friedman match it was announced today by Floyd Fitzsimmons who cloned the match yesterday. The Michigan promoter said he had received amp pcs Promise to referee if ii could a t then in time after the Carpenter match no july 2 at Jersey City. Ford car stolen at Spencer tuesday another of the Auto thefts which have been Peurring regularly sine i roads opened in this Spring took place at Spencer tuesday night a Hen a 1920 Model Ford was stolen from a Bort Sites. Tie ear tin been driven Only a Short it islam and looked almost new. It had Firestone tires and carried License numb 07 i68. Asks Pardon third time Lincoln neii., May 18�?for the third time Ernest Kennison 53. Appeared tuesday before the Nebrask a governor asking for either a Pardon or parole following his self confessed murder of Sam Cox a Minatare neb Newspaperman. Continued on of Page 2 confirms Maxwell 8ale Itzy City Midi. May 18�?federal judge Tuttle today entered an order continuing the Sale of Hie Maxwell Mir company properly and dismissed petitions of certain Glrst preferred stockholders protesting a against the Bode. A a Roomer turns out to be Mitchell woman a sister she Hast seen in 21 years a Surprise visit from her sister Vav to. Rush had not seen for nearly 21 years was the experience last week of mrs. N. J. Kramer ii East first Avenue. Mrs. Anna Hurieh of Spokane. Wash., is the sister whom mrs. Kramer however. To id no to seem for or Many years. Mrs. Mrs. I la Rte ii i Hurieh and mrs. Kramer had written made to trip at intervals during Alt the tim they were separated hut mrs. Kramer did not know tier Bister was coming to Mitchell. Thinking that mrs Kramer might recognize her mrs Hurieh came to the Kramer Home Aud asked to rent a room. Van she reached town. Mrs. Kramer recognized her immediately. To years old hut she our from Washington to i Outh 11 Kota. The two items list it at Armour on the occasion of another visit of mrs. Hurieh to s uth Dakota
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