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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - May 24, 1921, Mitchell, South Dakota
The evening Republican City edition vol xxxv Imitchell s. Tuesday May 24, 1921 no. 176 ii boobs Farmers sunday Ball dont exist now retailers told arrest made Berdahl urges recognition by merchants of men who till the soil big convention opens fears Farmers Are better informed on markets than the merchants of Tho Farmer by the Quot i South Dakota was urged in the annual report of k. U. A Niahal of Aberdeen and Secretary i a Tutti Dakota retail merchants s h Ilion which nailed it Twenty i 11 to annual convention in Mitchell at Redfield Harding in his address asks Aid to Farmers May be North and South Illinois a a re resent hive of the no t chant a or. Berdahl said. Quot i confess that j have Hung my head in til ii in atm humiliation More than once when i hive observed the feelings among some of you tin the Farmer in t know much about business and busies affairs. But you know As Well i do Attiat if that were Ever True in tile past it is no longer True today. A with the organization of the Farouk into duct a Luna i associations such As the farm Bureau and others we Collie to our senses and see that the Farmer Isnit Mich a poor a a boobs a after All. A what Farmer is there who this Day and Ane has never visited die larger markets what Farmer is there who dues not read who does not study markets ? a i fear that the percentage of Farmers who Are progressive Iii this respect is larger than that of the retail merchant but the Day of the totally uninformed retailer is wholly says prices fall in discussing prices later today or. Berdahl declared that the big percentage of merchant in South Dakota have brought their prices Down As rapidly a possible in conformity with general conditions. A from actual said or. Berdahl a i know that the big percentage of the merchants of South Dak it i Are lowering their prices As fast As they can without a doubt Diego Are some individual merchants who have faded 0 do this but so far As i can see those who have failed to lower prices Are losing business by according to or. Berdahl. There must be slime equalization of prices within a Short time so that All lines of merchandise will show the same amount of decline. A there must also be some equalization Between the prices of merchants and die prices the Farmers Are receiving fur their products a or. Berdahl continued a shut die merchants Are turd up and they Are doing All they can t tiring this Hundred arrive Early nearly a Hundred out of town Merci int and salesmen had registered at the convention up to Coon today. Main More were expected to arrive this afternoon and evening. Lie total membership of the Assoc inn reached 688 during the past yen a a aiding to the report of or. Berdahl. If this number 4 17 Are i divid ult members among the merchants 223 ire associate members through to i it trillion and i a Are associated members Long the travelling salesmen my jobbers v. Tote visiting merchants will be Jne is id the Mitchell retail merchants department of the chamber of Cornin fee dinner at die Widiman to a a a a this evening. The Mitchell municipal in ind will give a concert on the porch of the elks club at 7 30 p. In. And there will be a dance a the a kit a at 9 p. In. Tickets for motion i lure theatres in the City will be by annotated in renal ene it wire Redfield a. May 2�.�?legality of sunday baseball in South Dakota is to tie tested As a result of i. J Airest Here yesterday of Jacob Iver Lier Secretary of the Redfield club of the Dakota league who was charged with violation of that Section of the Blue Laws which the state supreme court recently held valid when Adliss Ion to Sabbath games a charged arraignment of Koerner w As set for this afternoon in the court of Justice j 0 i 11 e t. It i understood a request for a trial by jury will be made. Or. Koerner was arrested Nester Day on a complaint signed by the Rev. Kooney of Tulare where the Redfield and Wahpeton Breckenridge retail teams played sunday. Ile was charged specifically with j violation of that Section of the a Biti. Laws which forbids playing of base a Bill on sunday when admission i charged. It is lie Contention of president Michael Lantini Iii. Of Minneapolis president of the league who is Here for the Case. Dud no admission was charged to sunday s games. Fans i who desired to be the game free were permitted to do so. He said but those who parked their automobile or sat in die grandstand were charged for the privileges. President talking to new York commercial says business not bad be cause it is a big Quot bricks Fly at Irish election even children taken polls in hot Home Rule parliament contest Fly pre lenses or a Belfast. Ire., May 2�.�?elections for the new parliament in Ireland under the Irish Home Rule Bill were carried out throughout Ireland today but Only in the North of Ireland were ballots cast As the nominations for the Southern Irish parliament were made without contest which was tantamount to election. As soon As the military were withdrawn from the streets at a a. In. Today when the curfew ended thilly Imori atol pre lenses wire new York City May 23.�?tile cooperation of every Factor of american business and Industry to put the nations House Iii order after the dislocation of War was bespoke by president Harding tonight at a dinner Here celebrating the 123th anniversary of the new York commercial. Agriculture labor and business management he declared my stand together in the confident purpose of reconstruction lie asserted that although the ended Quot dates did red want to live in isolation and selfishness. It duties to the world could Best lie performed by giving its attention first to i tie rehabilitation of it own resources. Or. Harding promised that government interference with business would j be reduced to a minimum while government co operation with All properly conducted businesses would be expanded. He declared his purpose to reverse the tendency in some Quad j Tor a to regard business As dishonest until it should prove itself honest and to regard bigness in bodiless As a crime. Farmers need help emphasizing the fundamental importance of agriculture lie asserted that the Farmer was entitled to a a All the help the government can give Bim without injustice to for tie wage earner he a it ked sufficient compensation for Comfort education and a margin of savings while for every other element in Industry he urged a fair Opportunity to do it Quot part in reconstruction. Or. Harding also suggested that the nation s Loans to the allies be put in a More tangible form that rach Itic v s. Illinois / t of Missouri i division of Illinois into a North j Illinois Quot consisting of Chicago and the seven counties near by and a South Illinois Quot is the object of Ai movement led by 8tate senator a t. Denvir of Chicago. It s because of of a downstate studied unfairness co says Denvir. Bergdoll Mother flies into rage As quizzes worm hiding place of pot of Gold from her German govt. Seeks to Stem Fly pre lenses wire Washington. May 23.�?mrs. Emma Hobo Battle near Bristol j i voted for those who do my care to it a dance. Tourists Here wednesday perhaps the most interesting Day of the convention will be on wednes a %. When too Minneapolis Busine in a will arrive in Mitchell no their an a i in Trad Lour. The special train Naing die Minneapolis Mew will Arne n Mitchell wednesday afternoon and remain until the following morning. \ concert by the to i St Field Art i re band will be a feature of the a Quot a by evening entertainment. This Vav i be followed by an informal smoker the City Hall for All delegates and i Busine men. The Minne i Trade tour member will serve a i Iffet lunch at this smoker. It tie afternoon session today Don Livingston of Pierre spoke Oil a Market Domestic and foreign and e. R. Hgt a of St. Louis mo., of the retail 1 lit mens National association talked on credit organization. A turnover discussion Arthur Mittlestaedt of Milbank disco a a turnover what it is and How to get it As a port of this afternoon a program. F. O. Ackley of the 0win-Angel company of Aberdeen spoke a train St Price maintenance by Hie manufacturers and e. L. Ganney rival factions appeared at the door of their Homes with their women Folk to proceed to the Polis. Bricks and stones commenced to Fly Aero. Die streets and a few shot were fired before the police arrived to disperse the disputants. One Eon a stable a seriously injured by being hit with a Brick. Donegal a one of the polling station of a or unionist in West Belfast j was crowded hours before the tim for voting by nationalists. Another Long line of nationalists waited out Side. Thus blocking the Way to their t opponents. This occurred in Many places where j one Side or the other was the stronger. And it was evident much pers nation was going on. One woman who arrived at a polling station half an hour after it opened found Lier vote had already been cast. There also were a Large number of child voters whose vol could not i be refused. They ranged in age from a child of two and one half years who was j11�t Able to Lisp a i vote of a candidate in South Belfast. To boys and girls of of and 17 years. Of of Exchange to bettered and thai All a he financial policies of the reconstruction period be so formulated a to protect the Gold Standard. A a assuming that these things May be Laid Down As he said. A it is for us to get Back to work. We must have Confidence that things will come right. We have dealt will the greatest problem humanity Ever confronted in the War. We will hav a no problem hereafter greater or More difficult than that was. Therefor. We Are entitled to every Confidence that we will Cope successfully with die problems that ii text of address the president address follows in part �?oth1 new York commercial was founded when the Young Republic was distracted by i division of 4 my % pre w ire Aberdeen s. In May 2i.�?thirty armed members of the Webster s. In emergency police scoured county today in an Effort to round up members of two Hobo who a Battle on a freight train Between Bristol arid Webster at i a to a. In. Today. Seven suspects have been arrested. In the tight John o Brien of. Was shot and seriously wounded. It was believed the one gang attacked the other for t tie purpose of robbery. O Brien said he a no Money at the time. O u. S. Wins and loses at Golf two americans. Jones and Evans win on English course a Ouimet loses try Aneta i eel pre wire Llo Lake eng. May 21.�?both Good and ill Fortune were experienced this Forenoon by the american team whose Bembers Are competing flt or the British Amateur Golf championship. Two or the american team stars a a Hicks Evans of Chicago and a Bob a division or opinion Pye Jones or Atlanta were Early to concerning our relations with Europe. It for mph victories Over their of i he Noble Washington was being ponets but another Star Francis lampooned and Traduce because Tbs Ouimet or Boston a unexpectedly administration was committed to the put Oul of the running and Jess p. Lav treaty with great Britain first Guilford of Boston was eliminated by of the nations commercial covenants. It f.yr41 tolled the by Iti a Amateur it represented an Effort to escape champs a in. Embroil ment in die old world system. Pp0 matches were in the second and in the period when we were ton1 rounds 0f Day begun this morning weak to sustain a foreign conflict it in Tutlis a Cunt of. Fownes or. Served to postpone that disaster. But 0f Pittsburgh and f j. Wright of Only to postpone it for. With every j bos on Wool their matches. Wish to preserve the peace ii Vlasi another american not a member of impossible. We fought wars with1. T,.am who Vyon i match was w. France and England As incidents to y run 0f Tex is. And Napolz catches 13 1-2 Pound Pickerel doll a pills s. A. May 21�?carl Boll claims the distinction of being die Champion Pickerel Catcher of Dell rapids. He this week landed a Pickerel which weighed 13 1-2 pounds and measured 39 inches in length. The monster fish put up a game fight and with difficulty was landed in the boat. Of Mother sentenced 5 to 14 years in acid throwing Case the French revolutionary conic upheaval. Quot it has been too often assumed that our recent involvement in the troubles of Europe marked a new development in our affairs. Iii fact it was an old Story. A it never were and never will be Able to maintain isolation. But our part and our place in International affairs Are strikingly changed. Our Rise in Power and influence has imposed new respond Nihil Itie. Today our strength in the Industrial financial and commercial world our capacity to produce our ability to extend credits which others cannot give arid which Bravo but unfortunate Peoples sorely need nil these make it necessary that we shall adopt new commercial method whereby to in ure the rutted possible service to civilization. I bespeak the help of every Organ of intelligent undemanding business to c. Bergdoll Mottler a of Grover he org doll the slacker again went to tit mat today with the House investigating committee after a two hour Cross examination she Cadie up smiling for the committee refused to Send her before the bar of the House for not answering questions bearing on her buried sold. Til Ere were times when the witness. Rising from her chair and slamming the floor with a parasol denounced the inquiry As another persecution. It a while representative Johnson Republican Kentucky had the witness in hand that the clash occurred. Which caused him to offer a motion charging Lier with contempt. The committee however thought Best to decide this question in executive session anti Fen minutes Tater the doors were opened and mrs. Bergdoll was lob stir might return Home. While making no attempt As she explained to find where Tho woman had buried $105,000 obtained from the Treasury in 1919, or. Johnson Drew from her the statement that it was on the Bergdoll farm near Philadelphia. If was while he was trying to learn who assisted in hiding it. That mrs. Bergdoll flew into a rag and declared it was a shame for a members of Congress to a so or. Johnson replied that he was trying to Lay a foundation to see if she was telling the truth at which this Peters. Was Cluck d by chairman guerilla War a i refuse to give you any other information about the she shouted banging the table with her parasol. A i Ain sick and tired of it. You ought not to be so Nasty. It. A waste of time and i Don t propose to console you by or. Bergdoll declared that ail of the Gold was placed in one Hole that nobody knew where and that if she promptness died it never would be found. Representative bullring Republican Indiana wanted to know if she would dig it up and let the committee have a Jock. A no i so my children either. Tells Paris she is doing her Best to close silesian Frontier tension is relieved of Berlin reply pledging All efforts toward peace reassuring mrs. Bergdoll launched into a tirade was Worth half a million dollars. My 4�oclu re pre penned wire . France May 2�.�?c Ermany exclaimed a nor replied today to the fre Tell rom Nikunj i would not put i cation of yesterday on die silesian sit that temptation in your j nation the reply declaring in effect that asked How Grover had been named Germany had Tuen the must rigorous for president Cleveland. Mrs Berg j measures toward closing its Frontier Odil shouted a alb has got As Good with in per Silesia. A Chance As anybody Here of becoming or. Mover informed Premier Orland it this morning that the German govern a i love Many Liberty Bond did Jou ment had decided to close die silesian buy a Luhring asked. I Frontier and oblige the Volunteer corps a none that s How she re to disband. After his Call. French of a plied a fall the posters had in mitc Ferial Circle were optimistic regard words a kill the huns and Fin riot my the in per silesian situation willing to kill anybody. And How or. Mayer a communication White Many did you buy and How Many it not officially so stated was assumed did the president with i Lig salary to be a reply to the note Premier buy a but chairman Peters stopped Briand handed him last evening and the the outburst. J promptness of the reply was consider Tho committee found from mrs. De a Good augury. Bergdolt books that a year ago fighting causes new Carlsie Grover Bordoli paid income to a Paris France. May 2 a fighting amounting to $5,330 Ami $137 Fin die Between germans and pole in Silesia current year. The slacker she said has created a new crisis Over the policy Jap attacks consults child aint it awful even our police show their Hose Clear to Knees american envoy s son resident in Nippon sailors and japs clash Tokio Japan May 24.�?according to japanese special dispatches from Nagoya today the seven year old son of Harry e. Hawley american Consul Here while playing in the Street in front of Hie consulate and throwing stones was Cut in the right Arm by an unidentified japanese who had been accidentally struck by one of the missiles. The child the dispatch states was not seriously wounded. Yanks and japs clash by afto Euleil i a i a he a a wire to Quot Kilt. Japan May 2.�?reports from Shanghai stating that japanese and american Sailor Hae been engaged in a Clah there elicited a statement today from the foreign office regarding die happening. The statement said dint the american Sailor involved were playing in the Street in the amusement Quarter etting off firecrackers the explosion of which Hurt some pedestrian. Japanese people and Sailor were present at the Lime and a quarrel ensued in which some on both Side were injured. The officers and the consuls were investigating the affair the Star Emend added and the foreign office expressed belief that the matter could a site be settled. Of to ii followed by die Allied nations regarding that former province of Germany and it hid a distinct influence on debate in the French chamber of deputies when it convened today. The Silesia situation developed rapidly last night amt demands fur die occupation of the Buhr Region of Germany were again heard. A dispatch from Berri today says the British ambassador there on the request of his government called on shame on Mem the Mitchell police were showing their Hose to the knee today. And what was worse the exhibition the German officials Ami Reque cd that took place on the City Tun Lawn just j Germany abstain from Boycott mens outside the police station and subject urea against upper Silesia through to the Public gaz1 j ceasing to Send fund into the Region the facts of the cae however Are and from hampering review nailing that gonrgf1 Phillips of Mitchell found thereby preventing the be publish a Gunny sack containing about too intent of order in upper Silesia. Pairs of women a boy a and men stockings and socks on North Gamble Berlin big guns Boom Germany May the Street in the Northeast part of town German newspapers renew their charge int turned i Ever to the police. Jew that troops of general hallers army tile Hose had apparently been sex wearing uniform ire fighting against posed to the recent Shower and were German Lulu Ftp a Iii upper Silesia water soaked when the police took and that the pole Are bringing heavy Possession of them and today they artillery acres he Frontier As Well of were spread out on the Lawn to dry. J troops and munitions. It i believed that the socks were Lively it lgli1ing was reported. A ast the loot of thieves who dropped the night in the Vicinity of Rosenberg sack either intentionally or Accident a where the ten Are add to have really. J Cei Ved heavy reinforcements recently if efforts to locate hic owners fail a Hie stockings and socks will probably no need to occupy Ruhr be Given to the salvation army. Sioux Falls Man made state Deputy knights of Columbus the defeat of hairnets at the hand of Hodgson constituted what Veteran observers regarded one of the big get Mir rises in the history of the championship. The York hire Man won his Victory largely through a superiority in putting. To 1 a a Dakota author Dies in Sioux Faus at 94 10t015percent rail menus Cut try or lenses wire Sioux fails s. Or May 2�.�?george f. Stevenson. 9 4 years old one of tie Early Vej tiers of Dakota territory her at the Home of i son Here to Day. Ii was the author of ser Ftp novel and was correspondent for a number of Eastern newspapers and magazines. Of wage award of july 1920 will be ba6i6 used by labor Board Money put in unkept roads is wasted Pershing Illy \ to it Lii Ltd a re a i wire Huron s. D., May 24�?leo f Craig of Sioux Falls was elected state Deputy of to knights of Columbus Lodge at the close of the 17th annual state convention Here last night. W g. Guhin of Aberdeen was elected Secretary for the fourth consecutive time. Other officers elected were Thomas of Brien of Hoven state treasurer John b. Hanlen Watertown state advocate and John Murphy Fairburn state Warden. Watertown was picked for the 1922 convention City. Delegates to attend the supreme Council meeting in s in Francisco in August Are h. A. Wagner Huron David m Finnegan Yankton Leo f. Craig. Sioux Khi John a bar Watertown. Ami Edward Mcnamara rapid City. Premier Briand says Paris France. May 24.�?Premier i Briand questioned by a group of Deputy s before the meeting of the chamber today said Ere was no reason for the occupation of the Buhr Region because the aspect of the silesian question i id been changed and if the Ruhr were occupied without the support of the allies it would be equivalent to abandonment of the treaty of Versailles. Of Camp Dodge equipment sold for $251,000 Minneapolis minn., May 23.�?the Northwestern lamber and wrecking company will get the biding and fixtures of Camp Dud \ la., for the consideration off of too. According to an announcement today by e. T. Field Secretary of the local firm. Today a baseball to 4 by a Ocie item a Primi wire Chicago ill. M by 2�.�?tile rate of Piv and c Basilica Hon established by enable the the Railroad labor boards wage award by 4���irtte<l a read wire Prescott ariz., May 23.�?mrs. Anna Irene Hopkins was sentenced to from 5 to 14 years in Hie state prison at Florence in the Superior court Here tilts afternoon. She was convicted of assault for having thrown acid into the face of miss Lucille Gallagher a Jerome Ariz school teacher March 31. Mrs. Hopkins said a i have done no wrong. I am after the judge sentenced her she said a thank nation to meet these demands. O Deuel county has its first Indian wedding consumer Are better off when a competitive Price can be lived. A when the manufacturer fives the retail Price a or. Ackley said a the is sure to by it Hiah enough so that the Clear Lake s. A. May 2i the first time in Hie history of Deuel county two full blooded Indian were married Here. William Littlewolf and Margarel syres both natives of th#1 White Earth reservation were contracting parties. Weather report of Amherst was scheduled to talk on consumer pays a Good Price ll1 us a Are prices Down to proper Levels dually lives his Price to the retailer so in or. Ackley s talk in the fixing of High that the extra Proult from Hie retail prices by the manufacturer he High Price comes to the manufacturer declared that both the merchant and and not to the forecast South Dakota probably showers tonight wednesday unsettled warmer West mid North portion. Local temperature by the government thermometer to noon tuesday maximum 83. Minimum 61. Temperature at noon 74. Or july 1920 Viu be used a the basis of reduction when the Board hands Down it Quot new wage decision on june i it was Learned today. After .1 week s e Ember action the Board a arrived it tentative percen a tage., which will Cut the present wages por from to to 13 per cent according to tile Clas of employees affected. No estimate of the number of employees affected nor of the total be in the payroll has yet been made by the Hoard but figures discussed in Railroad circles place the Cut at Between $350,000,000 and $400.-000.000 employees of nearly too roads will b1 included in the boards decision of june i and it a Aid that the percentage if reduction for each class of labor would be uniform for ail Road. Of the Washington d. C., May 23.�?general Pershing speaking from experience gained in France and the Philippines told the Senate Post roads committee today that Money appropriated to build roads for which maintenance was not provided was Money wasted. The general said that in his opinion a Central body under the Federal government such As the Highway commission provided in the Townsend Bill was necessary ordinate Highway Eony traction. One killed in Cloud burst in Grangeville Ida. At National league Louis .101 Ooi ooo�?3 7 4 Bolton too Oil 05x�?7 8 2 Pertica so Rdell and Clemons Watson and o Neill Scott and Gibson. 4 by Vav ire i Spokane wash., May 23 a Grangeville. Ida., was recovering Toni a from flood damage suffered saturday night when the town was struck by a Cloud burst with a loss of one life. Damage pending will not amount to More than 814.000 to r. Ii u declared Over the Telephone by m Ivor w. L. Campbell. Pittsburgh Ooi 200 ooo�?3 5 at new York 020 210 oo�?5 to 2 Adam and Skiff a Chi and Smith Chicago. Too too oooo i at Brooklyn 200 210 of Lxi ii Martin and Farrell Smith of and Taylor. Add today a g amp wants a Columbus Day Washington. C., May 2 4.�?a Resolution proposing that it i ctr a Ber 12. The anniversary of Columbus discovery of America he Matte a Legal Holiday has been introduced by representative Perlman. Republican new York. Women a changing styles Saddle stupendous debt on America says Engineer Cincinnati 010 0 at Philadelphia .003 0 Luque Ami Wingo Meadows anti Bruggy. By 4oci�trd win engineering societies. Chicago. 111., May 2 4.�?huge losses through Industrial waste Are being saddled upon the nation it was declared today at a National forum held in connection with the meeting of the american society of mechanical Engineer. Leading engineers manufacturer technologists and educators heard a Sharp indictment of method in american Industry by l. W. Wallace of Washington executive Secretary of Hie american engineering Council of the Federated american the american people he said. A were paying a stupendous subsidy a through changing style in women hats shoes and millinery. Every time fashion decreed a slight style Chang in the Cut of the Lapel of a Many a coat. More great waste occurred he sail. Lack of effective planning of elevators in great centers like Chicago and new York Industrial de Ign of locomotives and the commission system in housing and a building were adding to the people burdens he said. American league Cleveland Boston game postponed wet grounds. Philadelphia. Ojo Ooi 0 it Detroit. 410 Ooi 0 Keefe and Perkins Middleton rolling Oldham my Ain Ornith. Washington. 030 002 of at Chicago 113 too of Acosta Schacht and i Elneth Mut Renom my Yaryan. Newyl Quot a at St. Louis May. Piercey and Everyld. A lid Behan Boland i a lid ills
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