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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - May 19, 1921, Mitchell, South Dakota
Rhe evening Republican City edition vol Xxxvii Armitchell s. D. Thursday May 19, 1921 no. 172taft Brot out for chef Justice War declared by Payne upon Sabbath Ball attorney general says he cannot Budge an Inch from statute movies get free rein Many winding paths Lead out of enforce went of Mot Van picture statute baseball results today a games National league Cincinnati. Hoo Ooi oooo i j 2 at Boston Ooi 002 20x�?i la i a Mililani Anil Wingo Watson Ami . Pittsburgh olt too 200�?7 i i to Brooklyn too 020 002�?5 to Dnnis aint Skiff s in i i to and Krum Hor. Chicago. 102 002 too a a 9 0 it new York 002 too 010 3 5 3 cheers. York and of Farrell Nehf. Douglas. Snyder and Smith. Special to the Republican p. S. A. May 19.�? admitting i further attempt to prohibit Sunna moving pictures under the til Laws of South Dakota would a in Ile it Lorneva general Byron s. A a be. Iii ii a Dell statement since the court s decision in the goeth. A c lift saturday announce tti.11 i. Id torts of i office will he concen-1 or at ii t sunday Lia Shail. Wiere Al i i Quot ii fee i charged Aud against 111 objectionable kinds of moving pictures. His delayed statement follows i he Public has assumed that moving pictures generally were prohibited on midday and that picture were be Iii Bown in violation of the Law. Hie Law was not Clear. V prosecution was started to determine How the Law could be enforced. The decision of the. Supreme court makes it Clear that ii11>\, pictures generally Are my prohibited Oil Quot Linda it by the statute and a fid the univ classes of pictures effective i \ prohibited arc those of the Balei Nerro minstrelsy sparring con tests and trials of strength and that the i cation of an admission fee a Nono to int with the showing of to ton pictures in sunday. Classes Only barred a ill is True the statute by its terms in Isis prohibits pictures of comedy tragedy Ota and farce which Are classes of dramatic performances. The great Iti it Quot of moving pictures shown Are pc dures i dramatic performances pre san de by Etui before to camera my produced on the screen. In the Ca so Iii decided the Issue was squarely to die court whether Iii Vii pictures of All dramatic in tue s Are j prohibited of sunday whether Only pictures of the above a is f dramatic performances Are so prohibited. The court has decide cd that Only pictures such classes arc so prohibited. Prohibit one tenth Only neatly tragedy comedy tip f a i mid farce cover Only a Small part tim Beld of modern drama. These a o ii 11 Ai Iii late the melodrama and i the common plays of tin Stag which i it the varied stories of love adventure and human interests no i activity it is Safe to say that not one tent i of the pictures of dramatic j i Foi minces shown ire pictures Oft tin p of habited classes of drama. It is t hot up rent Why the legislature pro a continued on Page 2 i St. Louis too of i Al Philadelphia too too Walker and dish offer Smith Ani Bruggy. Ii. American league new York 300 Ito too la at Chicago too 010 oooo 4 7 i Hoyt and seining mul Untim. Davenport Aud Mehalk. Yaryan. Boston too Ooi i at Detroit too 020 to the Maiden. Russell and Hue a bling. Middleton and Ain Snyth Philadelphia at Cleveland Perry Aud o Neill. 020 too of too 200 of. Perkins bag by and immobile prices drop $200 to $325 local agents report reductions in to. Prices la a a Mobil motor cars were an a i ameed today in a notice received by s Quot e w Estern automotive company of \ Vii i Obi 11 n of s20. A in cars my roadsters a drop of n the Price of coupes and a a of cur. In tile Price of a a a a i is own by the announcement. A d and new prices it t the cars s fat Hows touring Cai we a now i roads is Wop ii i a it i 85 coupes were i a new 82 too sedans Hereof now 82 485. Harding May tour West in August i a. S .1 i .1. Ii or oel Itel or a lease win. Pawang a City. Neb., May 19.�?j.bn Stockw Aller a Farmer living near Lier has a Jersey Milch cow that tie claims produces its weight in milk every eleven Day. Tile cow is 1s months old and weigh Only 350 pounds. Or. say Lohi Kepi an accurate account of tier production and Lier daily average is Hunt 35 pounds. Ii a milk i of High Quality testing 5 3-i. Bill would allow Beer and wine in several states not pres wire Vav . D. M to 19.�?pred-11 riling in Accel Ling today a so i1&Quot to til Pacific baseball league 1 committee presenting it thai tips cd by visit la. Northwest fail �.tingres-. Concluded it Spe a Quot Ion in time. In present alive i Ai f Washington who headed a a committee said the president in it l 1 tie would like to make the trip August. Pole atrocity turns Silesia into a Belgium countess daughter of Henry White of u. S. Dele a gation tells of crimes torture teachers Back to normalcy Farmer s in. May 19.�?the City jail which was turned hot to inside up last halloween has been righted and is now ready for occupancy. Briand refuses to give in to Lloyd George partizan ship against poles her a a a nettle apr sensed wire London. Eng., May 19.�? information received in official circles reaching upper Miosis stale that the poles commandant at Reuther has informed inter Allied plebiscite commission hut Adalbert Korfanty has issued a proclaim Ion to the people if upper Silesia to surrender their arms. Resume work and avoid military Contact with i germans. Ii declares also that i men have been demobilized. Washington too at St. Louis 002 Zachary and Gharrity Boland and Severeid. Penrose jaws in tax Wrangle chairman of committee bawls out two who present pleas i by v a so a led in a i in wed Vav ire Washington la. Ii., Mav 19 Early witnesses today in the lax hearings before the semite finance committee were subjected to grilling by la airman Penrose what declared the. Hearings had gone on to Long already. A that does no to mean anything a the chairman asserted when w. M Clark said he had been it lionized by i four Railroad brotherhoods to speak for them toil did my produce specific credentials which tie chairman had ask m for. Benjamin la. Marsh asked for ids credentials said in represented tie be pie s reconstruction big a Ami he Farmers National Council Aud that in was spiking for More people than a anybody who has been a there s no evidence of that a men Ator Penrose retorted. Senator Smoot republicans of flail ask fat it Rel jail of the reconstruction league. Or. Marsh attempted to live them. Amt or. Snood do a ooh you re Jii t one of to those that farm he Farmers a , or. Marsh blacked the munition makers of the country As spreaders of propaganda. A ooh. Out that out a exclaimed the chairman. A we be heard that stuff Over and Over cow gives her weight in milk in ii Days tells of atrocities Berlin. Germany. May cannot to restored in upper Silesia while general Lerond. Or any other Frenchman command the inter Allied forces to whom in entrusted the a cution of la Versailles treaty said Connie Sef err Tho s who arrived Here Yeut pro a with a Der refugees who had escaped from the area affected by the polish insurrection in the plebiscite area. The countess i a daughter of Henry White member of the american delegation it the Versailles peace conference. A the French have permitted the poles to have so asserted a and a Isle them in every possible Ai a c was in hour preparation for Over i main find cat 28 years dead embalmed in parlor table casket tim a Quot Orin a ill a s i Van a Tulsa. In a Fly. May is a a hitherto unrelated incident in the of of the late judge John Devereux came to by to t last night. The judge s friends in examining Persona i effects following mysterious float to last week. Found a 11, hand carved and highly polished a ask to of Cherry Wood. Which enclosed the embalmed Hod of a Large persian Cal. Sultan pet for Manv years of the judge s wife be fur tier in Arriage. The cat died 28 year ,�g.� Aud its mistress had it embalmed Ami kept in specially made cask in Lier Home. Goh if Winik will Cradle lanes ashes car where the armistice was signed goes to museum its just an Ordinary French dining car but it has become famous a Slough to be placed in the invalids museum at pails. It was hero thu the allies and germane signed the armistice. Sex Secretary a body cremated today will be blown from Peak in Yosemite Silesia. They even guards from railway the poles mid Dynamo off communication running upper withdrew the Fri ones so that Mil them and with Germany. Tells of atrocities a in the country Oyer run by to pol ers of ill classes who had voted in favor of Germany were Perse edited. Schoolmaster in particular were attacked. V ration near Rili by a. They tortured a schoolmaster to death and subjected i daughters to horrible indignities. The aged Duke my Duel los of were robbed and Max created but were1 tin Illy saved by italian officers. A a Vifler plundering the houses of land owners and peasants. I poles burned and destroyed what they court not carry away women and children to Al befur1 their Advance ii terror having been Given no Protection by the French. Not a Gog Lin where the poles attempted on May 13 to capture a railway a French sergeant Iii full uniform was found among i to dead left by the retreating goodies itch or tin Quot conducted women and children of forty families from Ber Home of Kos Ichiau to a custard. Hie journey being made in cart. Illy Moi in aril Lori a lease wire Chicago hi., May 19.�? the body of Franklin k. Lane f ruler Secretary of the Interior who died in Rochester j minn., yesterday following an operation cremated Here today and the resin to taken i top of Capitan Peak in thy in mile Valley California Ami scattered to the winds in compliance with a request made by or. Cane prior to i death. Relatives of or. explained the unusual request by saying that a had spent much of life in the Yosemite Region and had grown to love it so much that to wished i remains to be taken there when to died. Tile by arrived Here ibis morning from Rochester and was immediately taken to Graceland cemetery for cremation. There were no funeral services another request of or. Iii a amt Only the immediate family attended i cremation. The body w accompanied by mrs. Franklin k Lane i Willow and g. Lane. A brother. The remains will he liken West immediately it was said. Harding urges Speed on peace Resolution Illy a of or Latry a i rom lenses wire Washington in May 19.�?chair-Ftnan Porter of the House foreign affairs committee said after a conference today with president Harding that the chief executive hoped for adoption of a peace Resolution by la House without unnecessary delay. Til committee said the president was emphatic Iii assertion that to wanted to Brin no undue influence to Bear regarding congressional action on the Resolution Ami that in in circumstances would to act As arbiter of any different it of opinion Oil the it Jet bet Wen Senate and House. Death cart Driver arrested by u. S. A by a Mim lit Oil Presa lenses wire new York City. May la a a Federal warrant a issued today Tor Giuseppj de Filippo Bayonne n. J., truck Man detained a. A Wall Street lilith Flint suspect. Charging with it by % associated press lenses wire Washington. In c., May 18.�?sale of 5 in or Cen Beer in i wine with a i a a per cent alcoholic Content would be permitted in la where voters ap-1 proved such liberalizing of prohibition enforcement if a Bill introduced today by representative Ryan. Republican. New York be earn a Law. The measure provides for a popular referendum in each state on petition of 15 per cent of qualified voters. Briand stubborn holds against Lloyd George Pap France May 19.�?France in is t upon the execution of the Versailles treaty in drawing i Frontier line be Ween Germany and Poland in upper Silesia. Premier Brian declare last night upon receiving newspaper correspondents. Be reiterated til declaration of last sunday when answering the add re of Prim minister Lloyd George before House of commons on Friday that invasion of Stileda by German troops won i i not to tolerated by France. M. Brian he die not Sec desirability of meeting Lloyd Georg before All the documents relating to the silesian plebiscite had been received from inter Allied commission at . A i. To want to be the treaty Carli out a Sal the Premier to the correspondent of the London daily Mil. A bul there is nothing i Lithe trusty which stipulates thai All the Rich continued on Page 2 a Tanner buys having attempted to United states ,&Quot.iy offi tin warrant a i Nitiss incr Hitchcock on Charlesll. Scully head Par Merit of Justice a a it this City who de been identified by a Vera the Driver of the death figured in the explosion. Destroy the lied by com complaint of or the i be Quarter in Filippo had person As cart which Gale theatre a a Dollar rain drenches Western s. D. Staehle former owner will give Possession on the first of june announcement was made today the it w. L. Tanner of Mitchell has purchased the Gal theater from Albert St Ali in and will i a a Possession Jim i. Or. Tanner expects to make change Iii the wiring lighting am ventilating or the theater and will put in a Complete new tin of pictures. The new proprietor a been employed by the Fowler electrical company for the past six years. Or. A tactile retains the ownership of the metropolitan theater. Of. A record ship of heroes Hoboken. N. J., May 18.�?bodies of i 5,212 soldiers from every overseas division of the United dates every stale in the Union and every american cemetery in France except Romagne were landed her Imlay from the transport Wheaton which arrive yesterday from Antwerp and Cherbourg. The dead. Hie greatest number Ever brought Home by one ship. Included eleven nurses. Funeral service will he held at the army piers beginning unday. Ill a a of Laev a i a re eased wire Pierre s. In May 19 we ten South Dakota experience one of la heaviest rain Falls in recent year Between s o clock last night and 2 o clock this morning. It was announced 2.42 Inch f�T�11 during that tim. Tile rain was general West of her As far a Nephi City but Only extended East a few Miles. Immigration Bill becomes a Law May 19 Bill w a a Hardin c a the Sig i free movies to president Wahington. Ii. C., May of motion picture Severns through i to country for the dissemination j a a on message the government i Iowa Corn planting a Moines la., May 19.�?corn planting i As much As 90 per cent completed in some of the North Cen Quot i i s of for Tho welfare of a a emmies of the to people was tendered to i silent h a Diu today by a committee of tie Midi n picture theatre owners of America which is in session Here. Tate Aud a Little As 15 it a cent in some of the South Central counties. For the state As a whole 58 per cent of the planting is done. Next tuesday is Dollar Day read the Dollar Day ads in the sunday Republican Washington. D. Immigration restriction of today by president Champ wrestler becomes teacher in sunday school Zero hour in South Dakota Ball season Mitchell declares part Holiday for league opener Here with Watertown Clear ski and a warm Breeze today Lilied the w eat tier report f a probable showers. For Friday the opening Day of the second season of the South Dakota league. Unless there is a heavy rain tonight the Champion Kernel Ami will play tomorrow on a fast Fie 11 Mitchell prepare today to make Friday virtually half Holiday. Business houses will close before \ o clock. \ a arado will traverse main sire arriving at athletic Park shortly after. Led by the Mitchell municipal band the Watertown and Mitchell clubs will be near the head of the procession. The champions will appear in new uniforms. Malty Mcgrath team was expected to reach Here tonight. Two games Here Watertown will end its two game Bill Here saturday. Madison will play sunday an monday. All games will begin at a i. Rn., except the sunday game which starts at 3 p in. Mckee of Indiana an formerly with Waterbury club in the Eastern league has been signed by manager scharnweber to fill the fir base position. Mckee is a big Rangy fellow built on the same plan As Jim Bot a in key pin if f Sacker of the kernels last year and now with the Houston club of the Texas league. Who will Start in the Mound for kernels against Watertown in opener has not been announced Buff business Heads the list of pitchers Given out by Sham today. The others Are Bernier Albertson and Buckley. Cherp in a local Hospital because of Eye trouble. Lefty Quot Letcher with Wessington Springs last year looks like Matty Mcgrath s candidate for the Hill in the opener. Other hurlers on the Watertown list Are Maxwell Cassell and Warnstadt. Line ups following Arth lineups As is Bison a. I May 19.�? Francis m in Rison. Known during two years service in franc As a fighting Pete a a wrest hug Champion is to make Headquarters in Bison. Charge of the or but kid he is now in rim sunday of Bison a i As la of Poland five other Coontie. Of site Thi morning. Water of n Mitchell Pogo of Noll of Mcgrath la Hollocher 2b Sprague 3b Novak c Mullen 2b Pierce 3b Daley of Urban is Koler of Peck of drummer s Mckee ii Chervinko c Dougan of Fletcher p Rii Slep i Maxwell p Bernier p Cassel a a Albertson p Warnstadt p Buckley Whit Fie ii u. S. D. To Lincoln meet Vermilion s. I. May 19.�?-the University of South Dakota track team will go to Lincoln. Neb. Saturday i meet thex Braska Teun in a Dii 1 meet Mother and Fiance Are Poison suicides when Maiden Dies weather report forecast South Dakota probably Jet tonight and a Friday my inure Iii temperature. Local temperature by government t be he. La noon thursday maximum 7. Minimum 62. Temperature at num 78. A by a a Iori i poll re a Clinton la., May 19 Over the death of i of Dewitt whose Fuller i in a Ltd a win a grief stricken Helen port lion i was held yes j o w e a ii Uig it Der b j ter Day mrs. Cart port Hon and in re j Bowman Mother Ami the Nee of the dead girl comi i teed suicide la t night. I their Bodle were found by searching j parties this morning on front seat of an automobile which a by it a driven to he links of w to Ipi Niron River South of Dewitt. They had taken Poison. Supreme court chief taken by death aged 76 passes away at 2 a. My today unconscious since late tuesday operation recently bladder complaint is underlying cause death heart dilation follows by att ohm Tel to i Rune wire Washington d. G., May 19.�?Edward Douglas Whit chief Jostle if tie United slates supreme court died at 2 o clock this morn or at a Hospital Here where he a Burnitte of to in operation last Friday. He was 70 years old. The chief Justice had been unconscious since late tuesday afternoon when acute dilation of to heart occurred. Up to a that time the attending physicians had hrs d for a rapid recovery after an Ope Tion for bladder trouble. After the no up led relapse physicians had not expected chief Justice to by for Latch til night. The Rev. Father it. I Dan of Georgetown University administered the last sacrament during the Early evening and members of the immediate family were at the bedside. Death was said to be due directly to complications xviii ii developed after the operation. Served Many years Washington d. A. May 19.�?the a Loath Here Early this morning of Edward Doi Sluss White Veteran chief Justice of tie United states supreme court cast a shallow of sorrow today Over the National capital where during ins Long years of service on the supreme Bench he Hod grown in the Aii ruination and esteem not Only of official associates but of the Butir Community. Although All Hope for the chief Justice s recovery following an operation last Friday had been abandoned since he took a critical turn for a is two Days Agot the news of i death Carne As a Shock to friends and. A socials. The chief Justice had enjoyed rugged health an tits record of attendance in the supreme Bench was traditional. Relatives there at the bedside when death earn were the wife of the Chi Justice Iii two nieces. Miss Ann Montgomery Ami miss Mary Lee Broussard and the Rev. Father s. Creeden of Tho i Georgetown University who had administered til last sacrament during the Early evening. According to tentative funeral arrangement toe a e Auk k. Green marshal of the supreme court who has taken change enl a rent will take place Here ii Oak Hill cemetery following simple a a vices under the Catholic ritual to he held at St. Matthew s Church at to of clock saturday morning. Black Border letter Justice Mckenna As senior associate member of the supreme Couit. Formally notified president liar vie president Collidge and speaker Gillette today of death of chief Justice Whit following court s custom in such cases the news was it it Iii i in tee inscribed upon Black bordered Parchment and enclosed in an envelope Edge in Black. A i Aru directed by the Sii Prem. Court Fth United states to Nouv through you the d the Hief Julie of the i filled states supremo court died the morning it 2 of clock. Justice Mckenna s note to vie president Coolidge ii. The eight members of the court will aet As Honor Ryall bearer if to family agrees to the suggestion that unofficial funeral b held. William Howald Taft May be White s successor Washington. D. A. May 19.�?the Choice of a s ice or f Edward Douglass while Asief Justice of the United St twas one of the most widely discussed subjects today in official circles of the capital. Although the speculation entered chiefly about i to name of former president William Howard Taft there were Many indications that president Harding was far from a decl Jon arid might find the a a Lection a difficult one. All indication a pointed to considerable delay in in King the appointment. Another who name has been link cd repeatedly with the highest judicial Post i Secretary of the department a member a of the court until he retired in 1916 to accept the Republican nomination for the presidency. One circumstance which now generally is suggested As a Barrier to such i Transfer is the prominence already assumed by or. Hughes in View continued on Page 5
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