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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - May 20, 1921, Mitchell, South Dakota
The evening Republican City edition vol Xxxvii Mitchell s. D. Friday May 20, 1921 no. 173tornadoes sweep two state Townley and Langer . Debate Here nonpartisan league Leader and former attorney general to argue Date set for june 8 also slated to talk at Huron on june 6 and at Sioux Falls june 8 in i Ami i Alit Lorraine Daley. I of South in a nonpartisan Hailer will i tin speakers on the a Din it i a \ of i to convention. Harding sends his congrats to parents of quadruplets la n a a or Laird wire \ Haven conn., May 20,. I m s Michael a parents a of ii i pm t s born recently today re Ltd a letter a of Conge dilation from 111 f Harding. One of the four it Warren Harding and tile i tit pressed us appreciation a clashes with Trotzky dispute arises Between soviet leaders when one favors anti reds it it it All depends on what information you consider important a i ill s. La. M in 20. A a. I no hey president of the nonpartisan i. In my William linger former it a Ai a it general of North Dakota will h Oliree debates in Smith Dakota i. To month Quot ii whether the activities. F Iii league have Hen be tibial or in Jeri of. To North Dakota. Thy will Dehate ii Huron tulle 0. Sioux Falls him 7. And Mitchell june h. Hie Townley Lanier debate in Mitchell will he the culminating <fea-111� of the stat nonpartisan league convention to he held in this City on Lune 7 Iliff s. Arrangements had not it n completed today so it Eoutz not he announced whether the debate void he ii id in the afternoon or evening of june 8, but it will be held in j tin veins if possible. Have Hervy schedule i he aft Moon a considered be it Mise of the heavy schedule of de i a Liili or. Townley and or. I user to Ive arranged. They Are to but in Minnesota the following Day and Sci have to leave Mitcler Earl it ill Ito ening in pro r to Mak their connect ions. Interest in the Townley Lanier de oct it is constantly growing. Tin two men arc now debating in ii rib we St can Kansas and will go from there to Nebraska. They will spend the first few Days of june in Minnesota Aud then come to South Dakota for the three speaking engagements. Expect Boc members hero l Ive Hundred members of Iii von let u t is in in ague Arr expected la he in Mitchell for flu stale league Convell to ii and for Hie debate which will close the convention program. Govern r Lymui j. Frazier of North a frosts fail to first evasion Hurt u. S. Fruit of Blue Laws general shortage not caused by cold snaps department says v Pill Rry a lenses wire in Ion. Frig., May 20.�?a Helsing diet Patch to the Central news ays that Sharp differences of n regarding the composition of it is it soviet government Duvel Quot a Ween Lenine Boise i Quot Oner and Leon Troicky War to at this weeks meeting of soviet Council. Ding to a Moscow reports the. I add. Lenine Ady rated Hie u of representatives of other bolshevik parties but troll Era in criticized the suggestion a pleaded adjournment Ltd of Hie a i it Unocic Hijii let re wire Washington. D. A. May 2/b�?damage to fruit crops from freeze in some sections of Hie country Ila not a re suited in i general shortage the Fie apartment of agriculture said to Lay. Georgia peaches and California cherries Are already flowing loth markets while the Strawberry or p Wasai a to be abundant in several places. \ Good crop of apples Aud peaches Are expected in Colorado and an average yield in new England and new York. Utah Wilt probably have Only a to per cent peach crop. Fair crop f Black berries and raspberries Are looked for in Missouri. The Apple crop Outlook in Iowa i improving lie department announced but in Michigan Only a ii if to t yield except of Winter apples and pears i expected. In Arizona Hie peach crop is almost a total failure. Dir % a Tor psf a Mil Rry a i.es�<1 Wyrel Deadwood. S. It. May 20.�?a nov business organization was formed Here last night to provide Munday baseball games to fans of the Black Hills in compliance with the sunday Blue Laws. In a recent decision la supreme court said that where an admission fee a charged. Sunday baseball in South Dakota was illegal. At a meeting last night it was decided to form a Stock company the stockholders to he admitted free to All baseball games played Here. A Legal opinion was that this plan was in Accord with the Blue Laws and at the same time the organization can be financed. Cut in to names solicitor general Washington. Ilc. May Isle appointment of James m. Beck of new York As solicitor general was announced today by attorney general Daugherty. Rich and poor pay tributes to Justice White Silver hold up Douglas aria. May 19.�?a Bandit band held up the Chi Pas min one o the richest Silver producers in th1 Sonora District monday and escaped with $2,000. Buck Hills editor held for obscenity Illy Imo Shioi a re in wire Deadwood. S. In. May 20.�?william t. Harrison editor and publisher of a hot Springs newspaper was indicted by the Federal grand jury bore yesterday on a charge of sanding obscene literature through the malls. Ii was released on $1,000 Bond i appear a1 the next term of court. Of word Battle in Mexico Mexico City mex., May 20.�?radical members of the chamber f deputies Ami their opponents members of the Liberia party engaged in a stonely session in the chamber last nig tit but the uproar was confined to verbal exchanges. Gets divorce from Princess she had one husband too Many so Milwaukee an wins annulment he \ a a a opiate in rom a re Green Bay wh., May 20.�?the Man i age of Captain Wallace of. Shutz of Milwaukee to Princess Nadejda Troubetskoy was an milled today by circuit judge Henry grails. The decision was sealed. Princess Troubetskoy did not Center the suit. R had another husband Shutz testified yesterday the Princess had another husband. Victor a. Turin at on Lime an officer in the it is Iii Imperial guards and credited with timing dead lint Captain Shutz said w i found to be residing in the late of new York. Ii added that no divorce a Ever granted the Princess. She checks out too san Francisco gal., May 20.�?the Princess Nadejen. Troubetskoy whose marriage to Captain Wallace s. Shutz of Milwaukee was annulled today checked out of a local hotel last night aft a being a visitor Here for a few Days. My \ a a Ltd in try i i Rran wire j a Hington in c., May 20.�?scores f lends of the Jurist number Manv officials hut representing the n walks of life As Well called Quot Day i the Home of the late chief u to e White to pay their respects 1 massages of condolence continued Quot me in to Hie family from Alt it it of the country and Fri abroad. The funeral of the late supreme Lour head which will he held from Quot a residence on Rhode Island Avenue tomorrow morning at to of clock will be marked Eby simplicity. Government activities in the capita xvii a a a Fop the Day. Spring and summer merchandise included in the Dollar Day bargains greater bargains than Ever Are listed for next a tuesday. Items of clothing shoes furniture Roc eries drugs dry goods Etc. Will be sold for one Dollar on Dollar Day Only. Read the ads in the sunday Republican poles claim Berlin ready to Start War secret arms and ammunition at Silesia Border they say Germany denies it tension at Paris is relieved by assurances of Good Faith from Wirth by dim a Alfil i re a a a Wirt Warsaw May 20-�?premier wit us in hic diet Early today declared that troops were being recruited from Germany and that arms and munitions were being secretly transported by the germans were mobilize i along Hie Frontier ready to step into Silesia at a moments notice. A i solemnly declare Quot said the Premier Quot that Ole polish government holds firmly to the treaty of Versailles desires its execution and is determined to maintain this Briand wants delay Paris France May 20.�?premier Briand of France is opposed to a meeting of hic supreme Allied Council to discuss the silesian question until the infer Allied commission i Silesia has reached ail agreement and submitted a report. Assurance that Germany woul i avoid interference in Hie silesian plebiscite area and that shipments of arms and ammunition across Hie silesian Frontier would be stopped Given to the Spanish ambassador at j Berlin by Joseph Irmi the German Chancellor yesterday served to decrease Hie tension Over the silesian situation Here today. Rebuilding to begin announcement is made by the ministry of liberated regions that Germany will soon begin the delivery of wooden houses to he erected in i devastated zone of Northern France. Germany will furnish 23,000 of these houses which will be somewhat Sun a liar to the portable houses Peen in american Beach colonies but built More solidly and constructed to that they will be Waterproof. Selisia food shortage London fug. Moy 20.�?�?~the food shortage Iii upper Silesia has reached a crisis of a magnitude considered i Likely to cause further disorders unless it is relieved shortly according to advices reaching official circles Here. Interchanges Are proceeding among the Allied governments in an attempt to relieve the situation before the meeting of the supreme Council which is to take up the Selisia question. It is considered probable that representations will be made to Germany that the payment of Hie workmen in upper Pelisio held up by the refusal of German interests to transmit funds into the District be begun immediately in an Effort to stabilize conditions baseball results National league Cincinnati Ooi 121 ooo�?3 ii 4 at Boston 301 too 000�?4 9 3 Coombe and Wingo Mcquillan Scott and of Neill. Twisters damage Minnesota and Nebraska farms by v m Noel it prel in a eel wire Omaha neb., May 20. Violent wind storms in Nebraska yesterday and last nig tit resulted in the death of one Man. Injuries to a few others pod considerable damage to farm property. A pc irm hand named Olson employed on Hie Otto Krie farm seven Miles mirth of Wayne was killed and a companion injured when the Chicken House in Winch they sought Refuge was demolished. Hastings reported a Tornado near Spring Bauch which injured Henry Mincke when the Ham in which tie sought shelter was wrecked other property was damaged. Cattle killed Pipestone minn., May 20�?a Tornado which swept Hie Southeastern Section of Minnesota last nig tit killed scores of Cattie und destroyed a number of farm sin Tut no live. Were lost. In he storm of rued cast of Jasper travelling Northeast until it reached Trosky Wilco full Force of Hie Tornado was fed. Over half Inch of rain in Mitchell thursday More than half an Inch of rain or .64 of an Inch fell thursday afternoon in Mitchell during a he Ivy storm which lasted about two hours. To re was a High wind during a part of that time. Considerable damage was done to Telephone and Telegraph wires by thu storm. Many telephones in Mitchell were out of order today and trouble was experienced by til local Western i Ilion and the local Telephone company in getting communication with some outside Points. About i i Telegraph poles Between Plankinton and White Lake were Down today if was reported and about 5� Telegraph poles be tvs i Sioux City and Jefferson s. In were also blown Down by the storm. According to report reaching Mitchell. The greatest damage was Dom at Points East of Here.40 legion men open big drive Coacher Post starts vigorous Campaign to double membership Pittsburgh too 200 010�?3 7 i at Brooklyn too too 001�?2 3 2 Mamilton amt Skiff Cadore Ami Taylor. Iowa club women Start move to re organize general federation by orly try Lorran Vav ire i Clinton la., May 20.�?Iowa federa four lion of i women clubs assembled in fourteenth biennial convention Thi morning blazed the trial for the reorganization a of the general federation when if passed unanimously an amendment to the state Constitution reducing the federation dues to 33 cents per capital til minimum for any club being live dollars which Means that every member of the Iowa federation automatically become a member of the National federation. Mrs Max Mayer of Iowa git. And mrs. E. It a. Armstrong Are candidates for president. The tick t includes mrs. William debris of Sioux City for treasurer amt mrs. Henry Vav. Spaulding of Grinnell general federation director for Iowa. Waterloo will entertain Hie 1923 biennial. Chicago too olo oooo of 13 2 at new York 200 003 02x�?io to i Bines Vaughn Martin and of far Rell Toney Perrin Sallee Ami Snyder. St. Louis too too 0 at Philadelphia too 040 0 Doak and Clemens Bing and Bruggy. American league new York 002 010 002�?5 13 0 at Chicago 013 too 20x�?6 la 3 Maya Cheehan and so hang Kerr and so talk. Philadelphia too too i at Cleveland .330 Iii i Harris Naylor and Walker mails and o Neill. Boston too too 0 at Detroit .220 022 3 Meyers Bush and Bud Hernke and Baister. Washington .-002 0 at St. Louis of 4 0 Johnson and Picinich Davis and Severeid. Forty member of urn Mitchell american legion today started the membership drive for Coacher Post wit in is expected in double the Mem but Shin Quot of the organization. William Kelley is chairman of la drive. Organization of the eight teams of ave men each will conduct the drive was completed at a legion dinner at the Widmann hot cafe thursday evening. The team which secures the largest number of members before i close of the drive will he sent As delegates to the state legion convention in rapid City in july. The teams which will conduct the drive will include the following with the first named Man in cacti Case acting As Captain of the team i. B. Kannowski 0org� Nobis John whiff Walter Aud Fred Moeller. Home Jacobs Carl Boyden Leboy Craig Phil Diehl Lloyd Long. John Craig Hugh Scallin. Duane Kidder moors and Dudley Smith. Hay by Yuri Dan Grigg Fannett belts Alfred Smith and Frank Bailer. William Conyes. Bill Bishop Carl Kempton it. E. Nickerson and Nick Rudd. Bill Hatpin Harry Van de Bosch Walter Koch a. Harris an t Guy Frink. Fred Meyers John Chapman. Walter Cranston John Burke Ami Tom holism. Gray Mckee i. Him Lloyd Mentz shorty Werthner and Turner Reed. It is also planned to have one Temi at work in Ethan to increase the membership from that part of the county. Each member secured by the Mitchell Post by Transfer will count one Point each former member is re enrolled will count one Point my each Oil or Davison county service Man is included on the official bed Gross county lit will count one Point. Any new member of the legion has not been listed in the county previously will count two Points for the team which secures his membership. Of weather report Harvey in first speech sneers at the league ambassador in Maiden address at London pledges u. S. Friendship War u. S. And Britain tell8 England he has orders to sit on Alied Council in Silesia question la i run u Fri Washington May 19.�?instructions forwarded ambassador Harvey for his participation in the supreme Council sessions As Tho representative of president hard big it was said tonight arc that ii shall act Only As an observer so far As the silesian question is concerned. Ily a Fth Laird i Row i end eel Virrl London eng., May 20 newspapers Imre feature this morning the address made last night by George Harvey the United states ambassador to great Britain Al a dinner Given by Hie pilgrims. Announcement was made by or. Harvey that he had been directed by the stat department in washing to a ii to represent America at til proposed meeting of la supreme Council at which the silesian question is to he considered and to declared that tit United states under no possible circumstances could he led info participation Iii the league of nations. Only two or three newspapers commented editorially upon tit ambassador s speech apparently because of tile late hour at which or. Liar Vee spoke. These journals commended his address in general. Spurns league the ambassador rustled aside any lingering illusion that the United Stales would have any relations with the league of nations. Or. Harvey a Plain words on Hie league were a revelation and ins plea for the closest operation Between the two English speaking countries was impressive. Quot we were not too proud to fight. We were afraid ii a i to col. Harvey said. A a that is the real truth of the matter. So we come along toward Hie end Ami helped you and your allies shorten the War. That is All we did and that is til we claim to have discussing what he filled the Quot sentiment perilous present Quot ambassador Harvey said u. 8. Briton War a for years i have heard if proclaimed War Between great Britain arum Amene a had ceased to i Eon Reeve Able. Never have i known the declaration to lie denied general approbation. Continued on Page 2adopt Tariff Bill report conference report is accepted without debate by Senate by v la he to up it Washington la. C., May 20.�? \ no tiler step toward enactment of Hie emergency was taken today with the adoption of the conference report try the Senate without Deli de. The 11iusi is expected to it finally on the measure in the near future. A a let Stind out just is profiteering Quot said senator Lenroot urging Federal action a his Resolution Arni endorsing la suggestion of president Harding for some government Agency to give publicity to and profit in various lines publicity with fair Pri it e findings lie added would tie More potent than any legislation. Senator Gooding Republican Idaho said the proposed joint commission should be in sympathy with agriculture Aud sen Hor a Rod agr. Free girl wife 13 of daughters death spars four rounds Atlanta City n. J., May 19.�?jack Dempsey today boxed four fast rounds with his sparring partners in preparation for his match with George to Repenter for the worlds heavyweight championship. The Champion appeared to he in excellent form. Forecast South Dakota generally fair to night and saturday moderate temperature. Local temperatures by the government thermometer to noon Friday maximum $0. Minimum 30. Temperature at noon 90. By Vns Orch pm in Russ wire Farmington mo., May 20.�?the first degree murder charge against mrs. John Parsons 13 years old in connection with i ii death of her six year old step daughter. Lilly was dismissed by circuit judge Huck Here today. A Chang of fourth degree manslaughter immediately was filed against Hie child wife. Too blooded animals Burn Kewanee ii May 20�?one Hundred exhibition animals including Rac horses cows and sheep perished in a fire last night which destroyed the largest barn on the Bradford fair grounds
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