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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - May 23, 1922, Mitchell, South Dakota
Dont miss musical festival three programmes May 22, 23, and 24 12 pages the evening Republican third edition number 200 400 sinn Stinnes real German Power Bronner says German capitalist employees million men and his. Wealth can to be counted grew with country \ Ltd of family is Max who i in. Fun it 11 Fyk Kex ass of germ ass during Wah a f the follow hot Tho first of a proc of is articles written by i Milton Bonner. European Nian i per of the a a service about a Hugo St Lunes Eal Letl the richest Man in the world. Stymies \ today i it a Stow in Power in Gor Man it Ami a financier who must by reckoned with Iii the future. I Brenner s five other articles i a in appear in subsequent Odi a tons of the Republican by Milton Bronner european manager for Ufa service Berlin. Germany May 20.�?there is still a foolish impression abroad in America that the great War was fought for the aggrandizement of the House of Hohenzollern and. Especially of emperor Wilhelm. Come Here to the immense capital of the country visit the Ruhr Valley and you will find in a n y w h o will swear the conflict was fought for the enrichment o f the House of Stinnes and that Hugo the first is really the uncrowned King of this so called Republic. Rack in Napoleonic times Matthias Stinnes a t the age of is started the family fortunes. The Stinnes before h i in had worked on the Ruhr and the Rhine. They were shipping people engaged in hauling produce up and Down the Rivers in the Days before steamships and railways to Matthias came a vision. Coal was supplanting Wood As a fuel he would Combine three businesses shipping veal digging and a Oal Selling. His own ships would carry his own Coal to his own Yards. It was a simple formula but he worked it out i Long is fore his neighbors. Bas expanded formula everything i famous grandson has done has been to expand this formula until now the Stinnes enterprises. Instead of being confined to the Ruhr Region Are spread All Over Germany and extend into Finland j Sweden Austria and Switzerland. Th1 capital with which Matthias purines started his career was exact j in 1240 depreciated rhenish German thales. Rut he was enterprising. He was the first to introduce the steamship into the Rhine hauling business. A his death n 1845 he possessed four Coal mines a shipyard a Fleet of of ships and barges and ii via a where fuel was sup i to i a lasing Community. Ltd Rou i p with country a stymies family had to do As to keep the property together a grow up with the country. No 0f>rn a a strict m America Ever saw an t crease in wealth population and Industry similar to that of the Rhen-17 to Phat Ian Region entered about the Waters of the Rhine and h 7 a re Tny a was especially Mark it hit let a Rny i by a victorious War ii rank Quot in s of this gave her rip Vose precious Iron was p Quot a p i it a endless Coal of the t a s7rang up like magic. M \ ,.ven�?with Germany defeat amp a Fack in French hands Typl ,.r Ufir ass in the doldrums a a scenes like those to be a n. Stinnes Home coun Burgh i get to was around Pitts pm a. America and Birmingham and vhf 1ni Multi a them by live and you have the Ruhr. Entered form at 19 a a. 151 4 pitch surroundings Anda a naps a few up. The Coal Blond 0101 spa in to have entered his i u coloured his hair. Erl a. / Triy Jeara Stinnes had a 0/. S to that of Many sons h business men. He went minued on Page two Pinchot outlines plans As Pennsylvania governor 49 new York postal clerks proven Crooks _ Gigantic plot is uncovered by Washington official and men dismissed Borah blames Penn election to Plain dissatisfaction Young Dodge sued for $12,500 lost in Dice game in 1921 planned great theft discharged employees admit they sought positions with robbery motive As . And mrs. Gifford Pinchot Are Happy after his political Victory. By Adward m. Thierry i Here working out that program. In be Milford. A. May 23.�?- copyright to but i Haven t got the swelled 1922. By Nea service a the spirit head. In a not going to get the idea of Theodore Roosevelt lives again. That i know it All. I want other Fel his disciple. Gifford Pinchot. Who lows to help Bronner startled the country by upsetting the Rock ribbed Boss system of Pennsyl Vania by winning the Republican nomination for governor is already working on a program of progressive government that unquestionably had its inspiration to years ago in Roosevelt. Pinchot who came to a Grey his Pike county Home to rest after the Campaign told me of his plans. A a a most powerful Factor in the Pinchot said very decisively that he was not grooming himself for the presidency in spite of the nation wide talk of an eventuality a when a Man gets the presidential Bee buzzing in his Bonnet its All off a he said. A a ave seen too Many Good governors ruined that Way. I have no ambition to be president. The governor Job will App me High up on the Pinchot program is setting the state finances straight. A a in a going to put the budget system by associated press leased wire Washington. D. A. May 23�?discovery through a Finger i that forty nine of the 46� employees i of the registry division of the new York Post office had criminal records was reported to president Harding today by acting postmaster general Bartlett upon his return from an investigation of the new York Post office. A of the 49 have been dropped from the service . Bartlett said. The acting postmaster general told the president the Dis Overy came during his inquiry into the arrest last 1 thursday of seven employees of the j new York office which arrest postal j officials assert cleared up postal i robberies extending Over the last six i months and involving nearly $2,000.-ooo. The arrests also Are said to i have thwarted a Gigantic robbery planned for last Friday night in the registry division itself. . Bartlett declared that the men arrested had admitted that they had secured employment in the registry division for the purpose of robbing the mails. . Bartlett said he had ordered that All of the 15.000 employees of the new York office he required to have Finger print impressions made. Both postmaster Morgan anti himself he added a were Finger printed and he was of the opinion thar such a step would be of Benefit to the service eliminating the untrustworthy and protecting the great Buk of honest employees. A . Bartlett will return to new York the latter part of the week to conclude his investigations after which it was said he would Likely i visit the Chicago Post office. Where numerous thefts have occurred recently in the registry sri mail order i divisions. By associated press encased wire Detriot Mich. May 23�?john Duval Dodge. Lost $12,500 in a Dice game in 1921. According to a complaint in a suit brought in circuit court Here by Al Day boxing bout referee. Day seeks $10,000, a Check for that amount having been stopped by Dodge. Another Check for $2,500 was honoured. The Young millionaire claims the Dice used were a a loaded and that the game was arranged to a shake him Day declares the game was played with Dodges Gold Murray walks Back to jail after escape Darden still missing prisoners Smi he got tired evading altho Riti is Ulster police take opponents in great Rad prisoners will be interned it is said until difficulties Are settled move one of reprisal nearly every town and Vidito. F in Northern ire i and so Fri for fein ers Cabinet meets 1/ondont. Efit., Alay the situation in Ireland was discussed a a meeting of the Cabinet today. Presided Over by prime minister Llo ii George. Senator William e Borah Washington. D. C., May 23.�?not Progress visa. But dissatisfaction with things As they Are. That. Says senator William e. Borah is chiefly responsible for the defeat of old a guard candidates in Pennsylvania and Indiana and the nomination of former Bull Moose adherents Gifford Pinchot and Albert j. Beveridge As g. O. P. Standard bearers in state and senatorial campaigns. A so far As i Borah says. A neither Pinchot nor Rev Ridge ran on any definitely formulated platform of progressive principles. I doubt whether voters supported them throw Hany conscious approval of p by Ess i be is in. A if the nomination of Pinchot is taken As indicating a revival of progressive thought How Are we to account for the nomination at the same time of Pepper the Ultra conservative. For Tho Senate a i Anil a Vanim never heretofore Prog it Shive politically is hardly the state in which to look for a re Awakening of Progress visa. The answer must lie in something Pinchot said a was that into effect a he said. A and i done to the Appeal for better government was intend to lose any time about it. Made directly to the individual Man i a within a few weeks i will appoint a and woman in All parts of the state. The result is proof that it was Pinchott a first thought in mapping out his program is the welding together of the fragments of the split Republican party. His most spectacular act was sending word to his de j treated opponent. Attorney general j George a alter inviting him to a Grey towers to consult on plans for the fall Campaign. Everybody is climb i ing on the Pinchot bandwagon and it j is believed he will have Little diff j culty in defeating the democratic candidate. A mine is not going to be one Man Pinchot said. A the fellow who plays a Lone hand under Volunteer committee of men and women the Best equipped in the state to examine the situation and suggest a financial plan that can be submitted to the legislature next january. Well work All summer on this Job. I Townley scoffs at new Mies for afer league read swears he is innocent and Beames politic Al foes v blackmailers evade capture such circumstances As exist in this wards attorneys refuse to state is bound to fail. Reveal basics of Kator a i want to be in touch with the Tox plot against Best thought in the state on All ques client i tons. In a going to spend the Summers. I White Plains. N. A a a May 23.�? search for two men known Only As a Ross and declared by Walter s. Ward of new Rochelle. N. to have been present when he shot i Clarence Peters of Haverhill mass. I Hinn in like the charge of aiding in a. Join up. _ 3,009 did last 102 missing in by associated press leased wire Fargo. N. D. May 23 a its All politics was the explanation a. I. Townley gave Here last week of indictments charging him and others with participation in alleged irregularities in the affairs of the defunct i scandinavian american Bank of Ai i go . Townley voluntarily a i neared in Cass county District court and gave Bond of $12.ooo in connection with six grand jury indictments against him charging embezzlement and making of false entries in alleged deals by which the Fargo Bank is accused of having Kitten fund from the Bank of North Dakota. Asked if he cared to make a statement of his innocence the founder of the nonpartisan league said hell that goes without saying. A when the present prosecution new Bishop for Sioux Falls is named by Pope a a a monsignor Bernard j. appointed to is i feed late Bishop Ogorma William Murray who escaped from the City jail in Mitchell ten Days ago with Pete Darden another prisoner returned to Mitchell today and voluntarily gave himself up to the authorities. Murray who was held on a charge of pact larceny says that Darden had left him in the neighbourhood of rapid City and that he had grown tired of avoiding the authorities and derided to come Back to Mitchell. Murray says he woke up one morning about a week ago to find Darden gone. Darden was being Beld in Mitchell on the charge of attempting to kill patrolman Schneller so it is not expected that he will return As Murray did. According to Murray a Story. He and Darden did not steal the car belonging to Lawrence John which disappeared when he left and which was later recovered near Forestburg. The two w asked from Mitchell to Betts. Murray said and then went on to Woonsocket. They spent the Day there in a Haystack and then caught a freight train to Wolsey and then beat their Way to Pierre. From there they Rode the a Blind baggage to rapid City. Harding Hopes for rate cuts aah Ite Hoise. However. Intimates obstacles to relict ions Are formidable Rome Italy May 23.�?the appointment of monsignor Bernard j. Mahoney As Bishop of the diocese of Dioca so of Sioux Falls by Pope Pius. Was announced today at the Vatican. Monsignor Bernard j. Mahoney who has just been appointed to be Bishop of Sioux Falls by Pope ulus. Is at present president of the North american College at Rome. No information was available today As to just when the new Bishop would take up his duties a head of the Sioux Falls diocese. Prior to becoming director of the North american College Bishop Mahoney belonged to the Albany. N. A. Diocese. He studied for a number of of a Imo a Otto Nar Here the of May 15. A i embezzlement of Llie i i in i continued by Westchester county of i Spring this affair will i it ear at the North american College facials today. Ward after confessing. Me politically just As hat last j he had killed a member of a gang j Spring was he added. A Man in a that had blackmailed him of $30.ooo politics has to expect Nib Ion Many of the dead brought and then attempted to get $75,000 stuff a in a earing life belts died from exhaustion More went to new York last night a its a move by political opponents by associated press encased wire Brest. France May 23.�?the British vice Consul Here today announced that 101 of those who were on Board with officers and visited several re �1 Emke us the a frustration sorts where he declared the Man the state. Especially the attorney it was an general a office against us they wanted might be found. Unsuccessful quest. Bad a Chance to prosecute us last the basis for the blackmail plot j in a delayed action until shortly. Remains unrevealed As the lawyers before Ahe primaries in the state the British steamship Egypt sunk off representing Ward decline to make Jojn a Oft. Their move will be a Boom the Island of Shant. Saturday night i Public any of the bundle of letters Erang. However. Are missing of whom sixteen were Given them by Ward which he re a the charges us of Anvi passengers and 86 members of the j Oei Ved in the six weeks he was being convenient but they dons Quot Crew. Twenty eight passengers were threatened. T a a saved together with 2�4 Sai prs. Mrs. Much Surprise is displayed in new m. L. Sibley and miss v. M. Boyer. Rochelle that Ward waited almost a presumably lost. Many of the dead week before surrendering himself is brought in were wearing life belts j specially he was known As a strict Dis they evidently had died from sex i Cip Linaria in his position As chair Faustion. I Ryan of the police commission. One. I am going ahead plans As usual. _ kernels Home on wednesday champions scheduled to play Watertown and Aberdeen in next five Days by associated press leased wire Washington. I. C., May 23-�?presi i Dent Harding was represented at the White House today As merely hopeful that voluntary reduction in transportation rates would result from last saturday nights White House dinner conference attended by Nineteen of the leading Railroad executives of the country. Obstacles in the Way of obtaining voluntary action of the railroads in the Way of rate reductions on the thorough going basis desired by the administration were described at the White House As somewhat formidable. I president Harding was said to feel j that he does not have As much Hope of procuring immediate results from his intervention into the transport j Tion Field As he does from his urging of abandonment of the 12 hour Day in the steel Industry which was taken up almost simultaneously and in the fashion namely with men chiefly concerned invited to the White House dinner table. Olcott increases his Lead Over Hall the fog was so thick off Shant is Ward came to new o land at the time of the collision be Ron Pittsburg. Russian soviet More lenient Rochelle in he was a tween the Egypt and the French i pointed head of the police comm freighter. Peine that inhabitants of Slon Ltd ims and two week ago was nearby islands had been living for three Days in almost total darkness with All outdoor work suspended. Sex imitations in medical profession Goins woman asserts decrees intended to. Encourage Independent capitalistic reconstruction Steenerson c seers Eric toral Chance in immigration Bill re elected. Dis it attorney weeks said that the Case would be submitted to the grand jury next week. Grand jury picked to investigate War frauds on contracts pm a Cav a wire a fan w Russia. May 23.�?new de u re government lenders say i signed to encourage the inde p c capitalist in reconstruction of a ivc 1 in rus i is terms have been coincidentally with the a Genoa conference. Uncil of commissars has an c it removal of the state Mono r6rttin Rade in agricultural implies permitting private in ref s to. Huy abroad through the Issa Riat of foreign Trade. The a Central executive tac of which i in session. # Ner Bills legalizing private prop a 1 certain degree has also Bann a to Hermit inheritance by Hus a a j wives direct descend Ruhie Max Imuro of 5,000 Gold a Quot Council also is debating in t to permitting ground leases to .->9 years instead of the 36 year pc in urn originally intended. De a pallet it of re str Grad has for in hand Over to the owner hoi a p Possession All the smaller an writ e maximum being seven he cuts similar returns of Tref ? Are being made in some of the Hack Eie Atli the Ukraine is turning.�?~our Mills of Small capacity to by associate press leased wire Washington. D. A. May 23�?selection of the special grand jury to consider alleged frauds in connect by associated press teased wire St Louis. To. May 23�?sex limitations in the medical profession will vanish in a few years and the time is coming when every Community will recognize the need of woman physicians. . Grace Kimball president elect of the medical women a National association one of a group of organizations meeting Here in conjunction with the american medical association told the convention of that organization today. Reserve Bank act has drawn Bankers Rise to government int associated press i caused wire. Pip my Kansas City. To. May 23�?the experienced in agriculture upon filing have been involved in the frauds was Federal Reserve act besides established embarkation a sworn statement of Efi run today with the Prospect that ing the Federal Reserve Bank system their intention to Settle upon Public jury would be completed by to has created a medium of under land and farm it. to cultivate other Morrow night. Property would he admitted without regard to percentage restrictions j fuel alien however would he re j marriage of Marie and $3 for each minor child this Money to he returned with interest j by the government upon satisfactory i proof that his declaration had been complied with. Failing to give such proof the fund a mild be us for deporting him and his family. After playing at Watertown monday and today the Mitchell kernels will return Home for five contests before going on another Road trip. The Aberdeen club will be Mitch Ellis opponents wednesday and thursday in games at Dakota league Park. These games will be called at 3 15 p. In. Aberdeen Bas won four games out of five played this year. They Defeated Sioux Falls yesterday and were scheduled to play Garish men again today. On Friday. Saturday and sunday j Mitchell will play Watertown at Mitchell. The Friday and saturday games will he called at 3 15 p. Rn., i and sunday s game will be called at 3 p. In. By associated press leaded wire Portland. Ore., May 23.�?Over. Night reports from belated precincts of the vote cast in last Friday s primary election Here increased the Lead of governor Ben w. Olcott for Republican nomination for governor Over Charles Hall. Complete returns from thirty counties with a few precincts missing from the remaining thre counties of the state gave Olcott 42.750 Hall 42,448. A Lead for j Olcott of 3a2. The figures from ten counties were official and the others unofficial. By 1�?Tp.vi Sci us cd wire Belfast. Ireland. May 23.�?�tbo greatest raid in a the history of Ireland was carried Dut Early today when swarms of police swept through Ulster and rounded up too sinn seiners the majority of whom were Irish Republican army a officer. All the prisoners Are to be Jar turned it is asserted. The Northern government s action was taken it was stated in an Effort to suppress not. Only the Irish Republican army Irish Republican brotherhood Blit All other Winn fein organisations in the six county areas. Follows Twaddell murder the governments move follows swiftly upon Irish Republican army raids and burning of buildings in the counties of Down Abd Antrim and intensified hostilities in Belfast recently. Culminating in the murder yesterday of Vav. J Twaddell member of the Ulster parliament. Nearly every town and Village in Ulster was visited but the bulk of the prisoners was taken in the country districts from farm houses. Comparatively few captures were made in Belfast As most of the Irish Republican army men Here. Anticipating action by the police As a result of the Twaddell assassination had gone a on the Many prominent men held the captured included some of the most prominent sinn seiners in the Ulster area. Every officer of the Irish Republican army that could be found in the six counties of North Ireland were gathered in. Most of the prisoners were then taken from bed the Ulster government announced that members of the Irish Republican army. Irish Republican brotherhood. Irish volunteers the Ginn Fem. Girl guides and boy scout were liable to arrest and prosecution. Ulster will make no Concession to South Ireland on the Boundary ques Tion. Sir James Craig. The Premier declared in the parliament session Here this afternoon. A what we have. We hold a declared the Premier in answering an inquiry. Craig make statement the immediate consequence of the a agreement reached by the two factions in Southern Ireland was that there would be no Boundary rpm Tismon appointed in any circumstances said sir James. He made this assertion he said. A without equivocation reservation a adding that the time had passed for Mutual accommodation. The Colllns de Valera agreement had changed the whole situation. Although he was prepared to treat with the Southern representatives within the limits of the British Empire he was not prepared to treat lie said with a composite government half of which participating Republican in sentiment and the other half of which did not refute the statement that the Anglo Irish treaty was a step toward a Republic. Bim for conciliators Dublin. Ireland. May 23�?the wholesale arrest of sinn fillers by Ulster authorities today is regarded in Dublin As an unhappy development for the southerners in favor of conciliation and opinion was freely expressed that it might result in strengthening the Republican party led by Carrion de Valera. Former Constable killed London. Eng. May 23�?an Exchange Telegraph dispatch says former head Constable Ballantine of the Royal Irish constabulary. Who has just been retired from the service. Was shot dead at his Home at Sappoe. County Donegal on sunday. Today baseball by associated press leaded wire Washington. May 23.�?reprint five Steenerson. Republican. Minne Acta. Late yesterday proposed a tons with government War contracts amendment to the on j provision for which was made in which would except farm immigrants fhe fein a Nelv by Congress from the three percent restriction. Appropriating $590,000 to cover costs under the Steenerson plan. A1 ens j prosecution persons alleged to Tunney and Greb clash tonight for lightweight title National Teague Philadelphia 100 non no?�?3 15 2 Pittsburgh 2�0 512 00x�?io 15 0 Smith and Penline Peters Morrison and Gooch. Of Rumania to King Alexander postponed standing Between Bankers and the government which had never existed i before. Thomas b Mcadams of Richmond. A. President of the american Bankers association told the association of Reserve City Bank i ers at the organizations annual dinner Here last night. Walter w. Head president of the Omaha National Bank. Omaha. Neb talked on financial problems of cattle raising and feeding. New York a. A. May. 23�?the american Light heavyweight championship title will be at stake tonight when Champion Gene Tunney of new York and Harry Greb. Of Pitts = Burgh challenger meet Over the 15 j round Trail at Madison Square Gar Den. Tunney won the american Crown from battling Levinsky last january Levinsky previously had lost the world s title to Georges Carpentier. And the Winner of tonight bout will attempt to obtain a match with the Frenchman. New York. Ooi non 2�2 Cincinnati too 020 210 i tie. End 9th. Topey Causey. Shea and Smith. Snyder Couch and Hargrave. Brooklyn .010 301 Chicago .010 Ooi Mamaux and de Barry Jones. Osborne and of Farrell. Boston .005 St. Louis too Watson and of Neill Doak. Haines and Clemons. Hanley out for Congress Belgrade May Jsu the marriage 1 try in a my pm the of King Alexander of Jugo Slavia to mention of the knights of Columbus ill s Princess Marie of Rumania which Zebra aka convened Here today for Omaha neb. May 23.�?James h. A set a june i has been Posta two avs meeting. The Busine Hanley attorney. Omaha formerly Pond until june 8. At the request. Ee88i0ns of the convention began at Federal prohibition director for be of King Ferdinand and Queen Marie 1c, a m the financial secretaries Braska. A notified his friends that of Rumania because of the poor met at knights of Columbia Hall for health of their eldest daughter Prin j amp business session. Tonight at six Cess Elia Beth wife of Crown Prince thirty the delegates will be Given a a a it a a it to a a v a a he will run for the congressional nomination on the democratic ticket in # in a profiteers Roost Coal Price charge Chicago. Iii. May 23.�?profiteering brokers and Panicky Consumers Are responsible for the High pric of Oal. J j. G. Bradley president of the National Coal association said on his arrival it Here to attend the organizations an a Nual convention today. T there is enough Coal to last unti Christmas of the non Union mines continue to operate at their present j a said. A fall talk of a Coal shortage is fictitious and merely propaganda to persuade the Public j a a. V i i a v a american league Cleveland .020 030 too 5 la 3 Boston too 030 too 3 7 1 Uhle and of Neill Pennock. Fullerton. Quinn and Rue i. St. 111 350 la 14 i new York .200 too too 3 8 3 Short her and svy a red Mays of Doul and Schang. Deform a. New agreement Means peace Collins asserts Dublin. Ireland. May 23�?the Ard Fheris. The National sinn fein organization. Ratified at its meeting Oday the agreement reached last week by the factions in the Dail Jereann regarding elections and the composition of the government. After voting its approval the session adjourned. A Michael Collins head of the provisional government in addressing the Ard Fheris. Said the value of the agreement was that it secured the Unity of he nation enabling Ireland to end that disorder. A if a has been said this agreement imperils the Anglo Irish said Collins. A will have to fare that in this manner. We have made 8#agreement which jul bring stable conditions to the country and if these stable conditions Are not More valuable than any other agreement then we must face what these stable conditions will enable us to weather report a youth Dakota fair tonight and wednesday cooler tonight East and Cental portions rising temperature wednesday. Lional tempera fur by the republicans recording thermometer monday tuesday 3 p in. 33 3 a. In 60 pm i 4 a m 57 9 p in. 65 9 a in. 67 12 p in 62 12 in 73 3 p. In. 80 maximum s3 at 3 p in. Monday. Minimum 57 at 6 a in. Tuesday. By the official government thermometer from noon yesterday to noon Day maximum 78. Minimum 57. At noon 76 Detroit too 211 002 6 12 0 Philadelphia too 230 too 5 8 4, Stoner Oldham Olaen Daus and Bassie Moore. Harris and Perkins. Chicago. Oil of Washington too of Robertson and 8 cd Aik Francis and firs ? alleged robber caught Chicago. 111., May 23.--Robert Duval. Alleged by police at Springfield. Missouri to have stolen $10,000 from the american savings Bank there was taken into custody by detectives St the Pennsylvania hotel late yes try a
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