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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - November 8, 1921, Mitchell, South Dakota
Evening Republican City edition Mitchell s. D., tuesday november 8, 1921 xxviii number 33press erector labors 72 hours without sleep rest putting Republican s new press in shape five misplaced fire Brick on the inside of a four ton Metal pot cheated Republican readers monday of the fruits of a prodigious feat performed by . Charles Richter erector for the Goss printing press company. Who by going without rest sleep for 7 2 hours succeeded in getting the first deck of the Republican s new press read for use by 2 p. In. Monday. Inasmuch As this press prints entirely from stereotyped Metal plates. It of course is necessary to provide the molten Metal from which to make the casts for this a four ton Metal pot was purchased along with the rest of the stereotype equipment. It was lined with fire Brick and then the great Kettle lowered into it where it rests permanently. It was found however that the fire would not Burn properly All the smoke going out into the room. Efforts to help by adding to the draft and changing the Chimney pipes proved unavailing Brick Hun i p too High. Finally investigation disclosed that the fire Brick had been run up too High underneath the flue to that when the Kettle was lowered into the Furnace the egress of the smoke was completely blocked. It was necessary to build a rigging Over the pot and by a Block and Chain tackle lift the Kettle with More than a ton of Metal in it. High enough so that the misplaced Brick could be removed. By this time it was eight of clock monday evening. It was necessary after that to melt thre tons Ltd Meta and then do All the casting of the plates. After the plates were put on the press Many adjustments were necessary but the evening edition was All run off during the night so that subscribers received the paper this morning. Richter takes needed rest. Incidentally the erector . Richter went to bed at a o clock this morning for the first time since Friday night. Members of the Republican Force especially h. White Pressman and Burhl Gilpin his assistant worked hours with very Little rest in order to help make the change in equipment. Ordinarily a new pro is such As this is built on another foundation while the old one is continued in use. In this Case the old press stood on the logical foundation so it was necessary to take Down the old press before the work of erecting the new one could be started. It was Only by continuous labor for 72 hours that the 30-horse Power motor drive and connecting mechanism and the first of the three decks of the new press were made ready. . Carl Fowler electrician on the Job did his work so Well that when the current a turned on through the controller and elaborate resistance coils the motor started off with a perfect hum. More too Dewar. Service by the new press will not be Normal until All three decks Are in position and fully adjusted. It also will i e necessary to put the seven pieces of stereotype machinery three of them driven by special individual motors into final adjustment before the Best work Tan be realized on the plates from which the paper will be printed. It is expected that the entire equipment will be running in almost Normal form by the end of the week. Fund outstanding warrants brings editable offers great saving Road managers Anontine plans for to per Cen reduction in Chicago Board s o. In needed traffic ii bag Vuk also moves to bring about wage avd rate cuts at once by asm dated prox wire Chicago 111., nov. of the Western group of railroads met Here yesterday and decided upon the immediate posting of notices of wage reductions of to percent according to an announcement today. The roads represented at the meeting include the Santa be. Great Western Rock Island. Northwestern Union Pacific Northern Pacific and Northern in the proposed Cuta All department would be affected and committees were appointed to draft the notices immediately so that the roads May go before the labor Hoard and ask any Early heating traffic i Iague to act following this meeting the National Industrial traffic league announced that meetings would be held tomorrow and wednesday to ask that the railroads press their claims for wage reductions on the basis of rate reductions to shippers the league represents Many of the important shippers of the country. Resolutions for presentation to the roads already have been drawn and include three salient Points that Railroad wage scalds be put on a level corresponding with those of other industries. That wage reduction and rate reductions take place simultaneously abrogation immediately of National agreements Mads effective during the period of Federal control. Board has made pledge the labor Board has announced hat wage reductions will not be considered until after it a passed upon working rules and schedules but the roads decided to press their wage reduction efforts so that these might be brought to the attention of the Board As Early As possible. It was said settlement of the threatened rail Road strike voted by the Railroad brotherhoods for october so followed % statement by the Railroad labor Board that reductions would not be passed upon until after questions regarding rules and working conditions had been decided a it concern tries to hid after Council i fat it. Of bids monday evening of $120,000 Worth of ii issued by the City of cover outstanding War in better bids being it have been made for any sold in South Dakota for re on the Bonds was made a and company of Des who offered to buy the of 5 1-2 per cent in in a $26 Premium in ads bid was accepted by the a wire was received from a Jav the morning saying that nod have been made at an a of a 3-4 per ent. The bid Dav evening was Acom to,.r i a it c Leek for $3,000 o the City will attempt to 3 in pan v to the original bid. Contention of the bonding hat the agent who made a As not authorized to buy a a a it 1-2 per cent rate. U-u3> 2i a in National Iso Bills. A Stern Nat t Ona i Bank of it a the second Best bid on the in Western National offered e hoods at 11.02 1-2 if sold cent a 08 1-4 if sold at cent. This would amount ally a $3.ooo Premium at 6 a discount of $2,2u� at cent. The Schank it a and s High bid of $2 6 Premium per cent Bonds was the s $. than the nex bid. Is of the Council wer Ewell pleased with the bids the Bonds As they expected Bast e x per ent interest. J on Lim bends showed to e House representatives say redid of lie City of Mitchell ered especially Good since i old were received for the in Bonds due in 20 years. To bids made. Ids were made on the i Cis in addition to the ones include the following a a to loan and Trust comes Premium on the Bonds Senate avd House conferees will make final changes in new measure. Five others wounded in Bat Elf at polio on troublesome Creek today posses after bandits who robbed i. C. Train burned mail car and shot trainmen com a ny�?$1,16 4 ent. And savings Bank Premium at 6 per heavily armed highwaymen stage daring Holdup in Illinois used it narrate to blow car clerks Engineer and fireman fight bravely loss is placed at $50.000�?mit c hell Mav is heaviest sufferer 1 company of cilium at 6 per cent. I savings company 2 6 Premium at 6. To pay $1200 to Pense for the Pur a coloured train Porter was the Only Man seriously injured by the robbers he was shot in the Chest and Groin As he stood on the Vestibule of his car. The fireman was wounded in the shoulder one mall clerk was shot in the hand and shoulder and another was clubbed Over the head with a revolver. Two of the robbers boarded the train at some Point Between Chicago and Paxton and covered the engine Crew with their guns As the train was passing through Here according to the report of division superintendent. J. Vav. Evrom they ordered the train to proceed to a Bridge where it was stopped with the passenger coaches on the Bridge. Ordering the crw to break the train the Engineer and fireman were forced to pull the mall car further up the tracks and about eight other men appeared from their automobiles. On a threat of shooting the Engineer and firemen of the train of the mail car was not opened the robbers forced the mail clerks to open the door but when the Engineer and fireman had clambered inside the door was slammed shut. Several charges of dynamite and shots from revolvers and shotguns finally forced the door in and a hand Battle ensued which was stopped Only after the robbers had thrown two bombs into the car and a fire Brand which smoked out the four men defenders. During the fight the mail clerks and fireman were injured. These men were forced to throw out the red sealed sacks containing continued on Page two missed Paxton. Ill. Nov. mail Pouch containing $100,000 in Cash was believe us have been the of be and Harrison of Chi j<5t of ten armed and masked �?�4 i erbium fit 6 per cent. Bandits who last night held up and Corn any of to a o new limited on Tho <>�?$3 it Premium at 6 per Illinois Central Lino near Here. Ironic Italy enough the candies company�?$4 17 Prem had the sack with the Oah but ent drop Ted if Bride the trucks. Sgt Iris a proration of the Bandit used tire arms Premium it 6 percent. Explosive and torches to a com Ali t i pc work firing a fusillade Premium at 6 into the mail oar door. Wheal the clerks refused to Jvon . They blew it in with two charge s of dynamite. After slugging and overpowering the clerks the robbers blew open flu Safe and scooped out its contents and til Cai fled. Paxton. 111., nov. 8.�?hundreds of men in posses Early today were search ing for ten bandits who last night is t, at 5 a a por Field up the Illinois Central new a i Sty warrants at 7 per leans a ignited tvo Mue Sou a of Here in met thousands of Del Quot Anding four train employee they. A. Stole two pouches of registered mall in a t i 1t t o a Cit v and escaped after betting fire to the mail . O. No Trace of the robbers had be in found Early today. The train Crew it Iti a Iti deplored the rom tarted West in two �11 i a la lab i automobiles after robbing the mail i a 11 in a fill a Elf oar the passengers were not molested although one was grazed by thre a \7 full let la to bullets which pierced his coat when ii to w k y is i Ila he and three companions went up to i ii a Al f id a the mail car and fired on the bandits while they we re fighting the engine Crew and two mail clerks barricaded _ in the mail car. I Quot to Irish Compromise j a. ,tlty1ukati a do Ecru to remarkable surgical opera Tiv is performed in Minnesota a a a Quot Hospital company of min mum at 6 per con Pany of stun a at a per cent. Big saving. Is at 5 1-2 per cent in an enormous. According to mayor a $100,000,000 Worth of avd state pm pkg sold recently a it 1au a in vein bused wire nov. 3.�?an Imp it rant fat a consideration of phases Irish question waa held in a St Pat today the partion Quot a it Lee majority of the gov s negotiators. Including Fri Ter Lloyd George. It in i meeting mainly Concemi with Legal by Ops necessary he government s pledge to Quot it the Ulster parliament will i \ i it on properly and n<5o,d with funds. Filled out such action would effect the general be an adjustment for the err pin Ulster would be a parliament with More a Quot an present parliament conference of elder states Mev Conti notes a Assassin Teles of Pix it Harding and advisers seek some Way to Check boil it Ness of robbers by associated Csc i it efts Ltd wire Tokio nov. 8�?conference of the eld a statesmen continues in an Effort to arrive at an agreement upon a successor to Premier Hora who was assassinated Friday night. Marque Faion i Marquis Mats Mako. Baron Makino and Admiral Salto governor general of Korea discussed the situation at some length at the Palace yesterday but so far As is known no decision was reached. The funeral of m. Kara yesterday was held at his residence and was attended Only by personal friends. After the services conducted by a Buddhist priest the funeral cortege proceeded to the Headquarters of the Sei Yukht party of which the late Premier was the head where the body was viewed by thousands. Later it was removed on a special train to Toricka. Where the final ceremony will be held Friday. The Assassin. Ryvichi n a of a has confessed that he planned the crime several months ago and that he trailed the Premier since that time seeking a favourable Opportunity to Stab him. By associated prow leased wire Washington. Nov. 8.�?means of bringing an end to the wave of postal robberies throughout the country was discussed today by president Harding and his Cabinet and it was indicated after the meeting that postmaster general ays would have a statement to make in the near future on the subject. .rn5 known this morning that of the Tolster Cabinet have n Money to London by their fir tames Craig to considers made by the British gov in connection with the Irish negotiations. Fir James him of Confer with Premier Lloyd on thursday afternoon developments Are deemed to an approaching Climax in Usa on of an Irish Stalm ent serious View Tak i in. Official is said to be due to the Atti a sued by fir James in his ice with Premier Lloyd he is represented a Sugni at the proposed bases of set would in his opinion ser tip Eril Ulster s rights. Should tude be upheld by the Ulster and the government prop is cled it is regarded a pos at Lloyd George will carry threat to tender his Resig a prime has nine wives will sell Sone to Brot forecast month Dakota generally fair to night and wednesday. Riling temperature wednesday. Lineal temperatures by the Republican s recording thermometer monday tuesday 3 p. In. And 3 a. In. 31 8 p. In. So 6 a. In. 20 9 p. In. 27 9 a. In. 20 12 p. In. 96 ii in. 39 3 p. No 21 maximum it at i p. M. Monday minimum 20 at Ca. In. Tuesday by the official government thermometer from noon yesterday to noon today maximum 41 minimum 93 i at Boon so three inches to Iowa Des Moines la nor. 8, snowfall of from one half to three Inabet fell in lows last night and this morning. According to report breaching c. Reed local weather Sursati official. At Charles City the fall was t . Bergdoll is ordered to vacate a a Bergdoll Castiel by associated press leased wire Baton Rouge. La nov. A Prince Hosanna of Cape Colony Africa a Here today visiting it even of his listers who Are attending the Southern University. The Prince father who la head of the Zulu tribe Haa fifty wives end 34 children and the Prince Haa nine wives but says he ii considering Selling some to his Brothers wive can be purchased in Cape Colony for from two to two Hundred head of cattle the Prince explained. By associated press a mod wire Philadelphia. Nor. 8.�?mrs. Emma c. Bergdoll who Haa been ordered to vacate Quot Bergdoll Castle which the government maintains is owned by her son. Grover c. Berkdoll draft evader Haa sent the government a Bill of $10,000 a year for her services a caretaker. Bandit must die pins Bluff Ari nov. Circuit judge Borrel today overruled a motion for a new trial for Tom Slaughter Oklahoma Bandit charged with the murder of a prison guard and sentenced him to electrocution does in Ber 1ft. Wants american Money Brisbane Australia nov. 7.�?Premier e. G. Theodore of Queensland probably will go to the United states to arrange for the flotation of a loan thirst Texas to probe clan. Houston tex., nov. 7.�?proba of the Kun flux Elan was ordered by judge c. W Robinson in his charge to the new grand jury this morning in the criminal District court
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