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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - May 26, 1921, Mitchell, South Dakota
Vol Xxxviii he evening rep Bucan City edition Mitchell s. Thursday May 26, 1921 no. 178 tourists take role of hosts to retailers Minneapolis business executives entertain South Dakota merchants artists choose 1 her As character Model in classes smoker at City Hall artillery Dand gives concert at court House Lawn wednesday evening nil Fellowship Between South Dakota retail merchants Anil Minneapolis business firms was promoted with a whirl wednesday afternoon my evening when too executives of Minneapolis wholesale and manufacturing finns and Banks visited Mitch. La nil their annual Trade tour. Enthusiasm at Hie South Dakota in fail merchants association in session in Hie City readied its Peak at Hie evening smoker at the City Hall auditorium with the Minneapolis Trade tourists playing the role of in i a gainers. Field artillery music with the i a i St Field artillery band in furnish inspiring music the instant tip special train reached Mitchell and with the a Good Fellows on the train mingling with the merchants in attendance at the convention and Niece to a i tie Mitchell business men All the i Ximiness District of the City was soon filled with Hie Friendship of the Trade tour spirit. Whistles for the a Ungs fers. And souvenirs and novelties of every sort Given away by the annus business firms represented. Added a carnival touch to the evening s entertainment. Many hear concert hundreds of Mitchell citizens of there a so much character in the face of mrs. Emma v. Doyle of Washington that she is one of the most popular models at the Art class of the Corcoran Art gallery she la 68. Rick hops off in a a bomb trip Ocean to Ocean leaves California today Hopes to reach Washington d. A tomorrow night 1,200 without a Stop will a a bomb towns with copies of legion chiefs memorial Day address t Fly a a world Ltd a arc a wire Benn Nev. May. 20.�?ibddie Rickenbacker passed Over Beno at j t 1 re a. In. He was flying at an Altitude of about 17.000 feet. America aids Irish murders briton claims f ammunition made in u. 8. Car. Tubed in Dublin. Sir Hamar Greenwood says \ i Inird wire London eng. May 20.�?american ammunition totalling 16.38 rounds has been captured in the Dublin District since March 2.3, sir Hartnar Greenwood chief Secretary for ire fended Hie concert by the artillery land announced today in the House band at the court House Square in the evening after which the in a re informal entertainment for the business men was held. Robert Burns of the Mitchell chamber of Commerce welcomed the Minneapolis men to Mitchell and a. P. Bari Grimm of Brookings expressed the appreciation of the South Dakota retail merchants association for the i it if of the Trade tour to Hie state. A. E. Dowling president of the Yankton chamber of Commerce invited the Minneapolis men to visit i Section of the state on their next tour. Two visitors speak h. Of. Reinhard of Beinhard Brothers company chairman of to Trade four. And x. B. Nelson of the Minneapolis Trade and machinery company Quot poke for the Minneapolis men. Slight of hand performances by David k. Swift of the National casing company music by a glee club under the direction of b. In Well of the. Northwestern life insurance company solos by or. Wells and g. W. It orb Cane of Hie metropolitan National Bank an exhibition of clog dancing by Milden Way of the Minneapolis bedding company and a Clever fruit bion of a circus Barker were some of Hie features of the evenings in text oiment. Train luncheon a attractive Buffet luncheon of commons. The chief Secretary made this statement in reply to colonel m Artin Archer Fec. Unionist member for Finsbury who asked Bim whether ammunition of american manufacture recently been captured in raids on Simi fein premises in Dublin and what was the amount and the nature of the captures. Colonel Areher Shee. In a supplementary question asked whether in View of the fart that Large sums of Money had been raised in the flitted states a for support of the Campaign of assassination and anarchy in string representations would be made to Hie United St ites govern men with reference to this fact and the finding of this ammunition. Another member wanted to knowhow it was that Thi larg amount could Corno to Ireland and whether sir Hamar would a a the United states to a Sist in preventing its in King. I tile chief Secretary said he noted the importance of the supplementary questions and would Confer with the foreign Secretary regarding them. Redwood City Calmay 26.�?captain Eddie Rickenbacker. American Ace. Left Here at 8 .�?~12 n. In. On a flight which he Hopes will take him to Washington. 0., by tomorrow night. It was his second attempt to get away today the first having been stopped by fog. Rickenbacker circled Hie Field a few times before winging off in a northeasterly direction. The fog had cleared and air conditions seemed Ideal for the Start. For threatens in Hie first attempt he went a far As Martinez 35 Miles Northeast of Here Irv an air line. The fog became y i thicker As he progressed and was or j heavy Over Hie Sacramento River a crossing at Martinez that All visibility was Tost. He picked his Way Hack to the Field Here after having hem gone one hour and thirty two minutes. Before leaving the second time Rickenbacker expressed a doubt that he would reach Washington tomorrow nishf., there is some Chance of his doing so if tie can reach North Platte. Neb., tonight he said. Ii planned to make Hie flight to North Platte 1.200 Miles air line from Here. Without stopping. Paper a a bombs he expects to a a bomb the cities banker goes alone to Leavenworth to serve 5 year term i by Antior Lilii Irwin Lear Ltd wire Omaha neb., May 2�?T>.�?thomas h matters wealthy Omaha attorney under live year sentence in connection with the failure of a National Hank at Sutton left last night for Leavenworth has., Aud surrendered i othe Warden j it f the Federal Penitentiary there. No officer accompanied him. Would re wed girl held in murder cell Paul Southard husband of woman charged with death of others is Loyal l la of a a i aimed wire Honolulu t. Hmay 25.�?paul Vincent Southard husband of Lye a True blood Southard who is accused of the minder of Lier fourth husband Taiwan f. Meyer is willing to reman her if there is any doubt regarding the legality of their marriage in los Angeles last november he said tonight. He declared lie was ready to marry Lier in tim jail Here before she starts for the Mainland and Idaho to answer the charge against her. Southard is a Nival chief Petty officer stationed of Pearl Harbor. Daddy has his hands full Stork brings 4 in one trip Michael Solso of new Haven conn., knows How a the old woman Ini i Tho shoes Felt. He s staying Home from work to help care for Tho a cad a Ruples Tho Stork presented to his wife recently their combined weight at birth was 20 pounds. Policies brew As Morgan sits with president promotion of Export to liven u. S. Industry is White House topic to Cabinet men present Hail insurance exemptions must be hied by june i South Dakota Farmers who do nil wish to have their crops insured under the state Fiat insurance Law must file their exemptions before tune i according to an announcement today from a. O. Campion county auditor who has charge of the exemptions in Davison county. Very Farmer who fails to file the exemption papers before june i will lie assessed 35 cents Ati acre to cover his Over hich he passe with copies of i the Cost of the Hall insurance the memorial Day address of i Ira i crops Wilt then be protected to the sex National commander of the american about half of the banners of Davi legion. The real purpose of the flight tent of 10 on acre. Is to enable him to attend a banquet j son county took advantage of the skit a Given by the metropolitan Chih in a Hail insurance in 120 Washington on saturday Rickenbacker i riving a a Light with the machine parts and accessories Down to an irreducible minimum. This enabled him to get away with 330 Golous of gasoline and 30 Gallons of Oil. Enough for a to hour flight. Aids theft of friends Auto by a a accidents Derry a body to arrive soon funeral Here of licht Plant blows up in Iowa town two arrive from China to attend Dakota Wesleyan continued on a no Page six razor murder in Sioux City negro slashes wife a Throat from ear to ear after Domestic quarrel Chicago butter is Cut in half in year by % Mort cd i Tom wire new Virginia la May 26.�?property in a amounting to More thin 835-000 resulted from a fire started by an explosion in the electric Light Plant Here last night. Most of the business Section was destroyed. One death is believed to have resulted from the Blaze which wrecked five business houses before being extinguished. Mrs. In m. Fee a sufferer of heart disease c elapsed White Chicago May 25.�? fresh eggs quoted at it cents a dozen wholesale May in 1920. Dropped to 20 cents a dozen up to May in till year according to figures made Public today by o. Vav. Olson president of the Chicago mercantile Exchange. Standard tub grades of butter that sold wholesale at 50 1-2 cents tim ,. Treater part of 192ft wore quote i were or Anize to extinguish the Blair. May in 1921. At 27 1-2 cents. Fig Wesleyan list of foreign Horn students Tiad another addition today when Lin you Chi and Cheng Feng Hsiang arrived in the City from Hill he i. China to enrol As freshmen. One month and two Days were consumed by the two Young chinese in making the trip across the Pacific Aud to Mitchell from their Homes. They came by was of san Francisco. Baseball results National league first game new York 200 Ojo i to�?5 12 at Boston too 002 ooi�?3 8 8teve 6upella pulls Ford from mud not knowing Driver is thief a neighbor living less than a Mil from the Home of e. V Anderson eight Miles North of Mitchell unknowingly helped two thieves steal or. Anderson Ford Coupe about 3 of clock tills morning. The robbers entered the garage at the Anderson Home and took tim Coupe driving off toward Mitchell with the stolen car and a Ford tour-1 arrangements Tor me Rune Rai arc lug car which they had been travel being nude by the local american be la a a in a a j gum members. Services will be held when Only a Short distance from at the congregational churl h. Of who ii Coacher Post will conduct rites for Mitchell Soldier who died Oversea the body of Wilbur Herr son of or. And mrs. W. Derr of this City who died in France november 24, loin will arrive in Mitchell from new York City within the next few Day and will he Given a military burial according to an announcement made today by Donald m. Moon commander of Coacher Post. Arrangements for the funeral the Anderson Home the stolen car became mired in the mud. Efforts in move it with the other Ford proved unavailing in the Slippery Road so they went to the Home of Steve us Pella to secure assistance. Or. Fit Pel la hitched up his team and obligingly pulled the Coupe out of the mud. The robbers then drove on toward Mitchell. Or. Anderson discovered Tfir loss of ids car As soon As he got up this morning and when or. Supella Learned that the car Tiad been stolen h realized that it was the Anderson rap which he Haft pulled out of the my i. The stolen car carried License number 47,777. Messages were sent in All directions today asking authorities to make every Effort to apprehend the thieves. A Reward of 825 was offered by or. Anderson for the return of the car. A i Renton. Douglas and Munith m itching the fire and died soon after. A a a. R,.v�?zui ,. Is i i a Quillan. Scott and o Nelli. The fire destroyed the baht Plant. I open House a millinery store a Flat an t one dwelling. Bucket brigades i or v mor Littrol in Ramn w ire in City Lamay 20.�?mrs. Ranee n. I negress. The Mother of is 1 n. A is murdered by her Busti Nee Green a plasterer win d her neck from ear to ear ac-4 to a confession i police say to foil Viny his arrest. The followed a Domestic quarrel urea for a a Daisy grades of Plymouth cheese show a drop from 28 1-4 cents in May 1920, to 12 3-4 cents to on May of 1921. Of reds sweep in droves to Persia and mid East Stewart named by Harding As assayer in Fly i Morin try i Rry a wire Washington d. C., May 25.�?isa in j h. Smith was nominated today by i president h acting to he superintend Kiron All sir who ran in i in of a tto is Samv at is to .1 Vii worn in in n,.w a a Erk a a a or a a Stewart wan nominated to be Slayer in charge of years were in at the Lime their Mother i but not it a of them witnessed the. J the t nixed tas office it dead Wood. Is. British battalions marching to Silesia i by \ it or in a Rry a i aimed wire to fits May 25.�?throngs of bolshevik agents and troops Are swarming through Persia and other parts of the Middle East where they Are selfing up soviet Rule. The movement. Which has the caucasus As its base. Is partly a Hunt. For food. Although Large estate Are being divided Good order prevails. American firms Are Well treated. Second game new work too 020 ooo�?3 7 0 at Boston .300 too Ooi a 4 to 2 Douglas Sallee and Smith Fillingim and dowdy. Cincinnati 201 too Olow i in o at Pittsburgh Ooi too 000�?1 4 3 Marquand amt Hargrave Hamilton Zion. Carlson and Schmidt. Brooklyn. At Philadelphia it adore. Bailey and buggy. And too too 015 200 Krueger ring i or Wio ruled a Rry a i aimed Vav or i i in. Eng., m in 20.�?four Biri Quot of British troops on the Rhine in their Advance to in per Silesia d n to reinforce the Allied troops rid there. The Transfer is Epcot to be completed by the end of the knee trousers beat America in British Golf tilt perhaps Wrights Mother May think american league first game Chicago too too Ojo at Detroit 801 020 Fox Faber. Davenport and Dauss and Sasser. Great Beer state votes against brew Illy a re a wire Madison i. May 26.�?a Bill memorializing Congress to Amend the volstead prohibition Law to permit manufacture and Sale of Light wines and Beers a killed by the Wisconsin Assembly this morning 46 to 40. Or. Derr Waul a member. Rev. Waiter Austin Wagner pastor of the Church will deliver the funeral Sermon and members of Coacher Post will take an Active part in the service. The Date and time of Hie funeral will be announced As soon As it is known when the remains will reach Here. The body arrived in new York City May 20 in the shipment of 5.000 bodies of soldiers who died in service overseas. President Warran g. Harding attended the services at the port of debarkation monday May 23, and made an address. Or. Herr died in a Hospital in France As the result of an attack of splint meningitis and was buried in a French cemetery. Ile entered Dunwoody Institute Minneapolis in the Spring of 1918 and there received his first military training soon after his arrival overseas he contracted meningitis and died within a Short time. Derr was a graduate of Mitchell High school. He entered the army soon after his graduation. While in school in err was popular among the students and took an Active part in athletics. 11 8 15 Yaryan second game Chicago ufos 2 at Detroit. Ooh 2 Kerry and Yaryan Oldham and Ainsmith. Vav a league to meet on plans to curb White slavery ill it Emo rented i aimed wire Gene a Switzerland. May 25.�?Tho Secretary general of the league of nations has called an International conference to be held in Geneva june 30 to bring together the views of a lie various governments on the question of repression of a White Newton mas., May 2 4.�?�?oand to think he did it in those rein irked a proud Kotlier mrs. Frederick j. Wright today when told that her 23-year old son. Fred had gone Down fighting in an extra Holp match the last american to be eliminated from Competition for the highest honors in the Amateur golfing world the British Amateur championship. A Freddie never wanted to Wear knickers. She went on to explain. A the was tall and lanky and preferred to Wear trousers. But when he prepared to go abroad his Quot ister told him he should do As the English do Wear knickerbockers so tie took Iii pm. Mrs. Wright was disappointed by her son defeat anti Quot lid his opponent mus have been an older Man. She re called How Fred Learned his first Goring lessons by slicing away from Home without parental permission to Caddy at nearby links. The Belmont Spring country dub today cabled Wright that he had been elected an honorary member. Allan Graham Royal Liverpool and. I Hunter of Walner and Kings Down will compete in the finals tomorrow for the British Amateur Golf championship at 36 holes. Bernard Darwin of Woking. Who eliminated Frederick j. Wright of Boston the sole remaining american survivor in the sixth round went Down to defeat at the hands of Hunter by 3 up and 2 top Lay in the Semi finals. Hunter thus advancing to the final round. Cleveland 002 Coveleskie Aud o Neill Primero Aud Severeid. Pirates Horae in Triumph Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh s victorious pirate leaders of the National league returned today in Triumph from their for to invasion of the East this ult. Having won nine of the 12 games played on the trip. Mosquito lakes need no oiling if skirts Are longer i by % Mort a i eel Brens i aimed wire Chicago. Iii., May 26.�?an official report explaining Why a ten Arr swamp adjoining the Subeh of River Forest where wealthy resident Bai complained of the ravages of Mosquito had not been oiled was on file in the Village Hall today. It stated there were not Suffie a get f kinds and that the oiling would no he necessary if the women did not a insist on wearing their skirts so of so Days for Moonshine Sioux fall. S. D., May 26.�?in the Day county circuit court August Block of Grenville entered a plea of guilty i the charge of having Moonshine liquor in his Possession and giving it away. He was sentenced to a term of 60 Days in the county a and fined 8250. Says Low waists and Short skirts Are Wiser than menus clothing i by mor Latzl la rom Lff a re wire Dubuque amay 23.�?women dress More sensibly than men with their Short skirts and Low waists l. J. Edmunds executive Secretary of tie Iowa tuberculosis association told 200 representative of 14 Iowa counties Here today for the regional conference of social and civil workers. A by exposing their necks they Are hardening the neck tissue and getting them accustomed to sudden draft a he said. A a Short skirts Are hygienic and with Low neck waists Are the Hest health preservative i know dinner is arranged quietly seek to Aid Europe a8 stimulant to America by a Mort a Ted Bream wire Washington d. May 26.�?the administration s policy of promoting exportation As a Means toward restoration of Normal business conditions was discussed at a White House dinner last night attended by secretaries Mellon and Hoover j. P. Morgan. Paul Warburg and a number of other prominent financiers. President Harding was said to have talked Over the whole subject with his guests. Tim dinner was quietly arranged and no won f if made Public until today. It was understood that while no hard and fast proffer was decided upon one of the Best remedial measures available would be Active Coop ration Between the government and business men for revival of Export Trade. May Ald Europe it was also indicated dial the administration policy would turn toward some sort of Aid to the financial situation in Europe As a part of Hie Effort for general world stability. The dinner is expected to have an Echo in numerous conferences in the near future Between hip president and other financial leaders. Others attending the dinner were j a rims a. Alexander of the National Bank of Commerce and Charles a. A bin of the guaranty Trust company new York governor Benjamin Strong new York Federal Reserve Bank c. E. Mitchell. National City Bank new York William Kent of tie Bankers Trust company new York and ii. Meld Ovney Union Trust company Pittsburgh. It is understood that one of hic presidents chief purposes Iii racing the financiers into conference was to discus Hie contemplated loan of private capita to foreign go verment and Hie effect of such a Oan on the resumption of Norma in a in Rel conditions at Home and on by american Export Trade. Wants a operation or Harding is said to have Laid before ii is guests an offer to do everything practicable to co operate flt it a the Relief of economic conditions wide the hankers Are said to have a cried wit to expressions of willingness to work in close conjunction with the administration. Most of those present Are find a stood to have argued emphatically teat the surest Way to promote Export Trade would he by helping actively in the rehabilitation of european finances. Of is said to have been suggested a int american products could be set do in Many parts of the old world Only of american capital were invested abroad to enable the purchasers to Phi. Or. Harding had an engagement today with Tharle m. Schwab steel magnate and although no announcement was made. The Assumption was that he was consulted on the a a few general subject. Of bomb thrown. At children a Parade brings death to 18 i by 1��orntp or a lenses wire Sofia. M a a 25.�?a bomb thrown into a procession of school children who were observing the National Holiday today caused 18 casualties. King Boris standing in the Balcon of the Royal Palace was in Clos proximity to the bomb throwing incident. A number of communist Leader to a e he Ltd arrested on suspicion of complicity in the outrage. Some cd f the school boys who were severely wounded Are expected to die. I japs move to Force China to take Shantung weather report sell booze to High school Omaha. Neb., May 26.�?complaints by Parent that student of Commerce High school h Ive be n buying intoxicating liquor have been made. According to the police who lat night arrested one Man in connection with the s Tir of liquor to minors. 0 kil6ane wins Cleveland. Kilhaney. J Champion featherweight won a Fame probably showers 10-round bout last night from Freddie j fair and somewhat to recast nth Dakota i nettled tonight Friday generally cooler. Jack Quot British Champion. Johnny Wilson beats Chip Detroit Wilson middleweight Champion Defeated to ship in id round last night. Local temperature by the government Thermon Reter to noon thursday maximum 77. Temperature at noon. 75.-minimum. 50. Bill against polygamy. Washington. C., May 25.�?an amendment to the Federal Constitution which would prohibit polygamy in the United Stab is proposed in a Resolution introduced in the House today by speaker Gillett. The amendment it was said would remedy the situation existing in some state where state Laws do not plural marriages. By itto Lith Orrum wire Ashington. A. May 2.5.�?according to official information received Here Japan is panning to take step to compel China to begin negotiations for the re cession of Shantung under the terms of the treaty of versatile. Japan a program according to this information is to begin withdrawing the Large forces of troop which have been guarding the railway from to in an fun to Kia Chau without waiting for China to comply with the original suggestion that they be replaced by chinese Soldier. The japanese belief is that with japanese troops withdrawn China will be forced to Send her own troops into the area where it is said Lawdes prevent bands have been operating with frequency
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