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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - November 14, 1921, Mitchell, South Dakota
The evening Republican City edition vol xxxv Imitchell s. D., monday november 14, 1921 number 3s plans Laid to expedite work of arms meet american French italian japanese and English chiefs in session Hughes plan praised to n Secretary no a Hite Olse deluged with a la tory Tai Ign \>1s the owner of the car pauses to remark a a a ornate press fessed wire Wash Tigon. Nov. 14.�?-while naval. Of the foreign Powers today to Ptan Itne the american or Lim tar Ion of naval arh ads of the american Brit 3 pans. French and italian a ions conferred to map out a is of procedure to expedite con or n of the whole Armanti p a Pele on need proposals r amp if Fri r a officials emphasized a presented saturday by Hughes was purely an Amer Ronsal and that Advance know of a had been kept carefully j re representative of the a in tier plan fort Boom i hic a o shit 1 and become known that a a Bing plan Bould be a cd Earl n the conference it a cd that no details As to. It of the pro Rosai or thex i i of presentation were or a h any of the other Del to assumed Rha several Days a a \ a squared for Thna Slad. R a a Britain and Japan. A s concerned to pre Orv a ate of that Cep Tabil a a r sweeping american promo p cd e Den Artma it there was cd a today tha the puh in this governments 4i Ann t the conference had a assuring messages approval came to so House by thousands a House likewise was Dela congratulatory expressions. Plan spread broadcast s of the proposal for Aram a do Quot on Bas beep sept to rican diplomatic and consular r uts throughout the world for such c a they May deem expedient. It i i explained that this yep was an a Par of Thefton o the Amer government to give re Neotia it he widest possible publicity. To. Lie Rex Genera session of the for Pnra on the limitation of Ama scheduled for tomorrow Heads a n a a is delegations hoped to see today on at least a tentative my ran for procedure for the purpose of arranging preliminary a is two important a giant bargain week planned by merchants retail dealers in Mitchell will offer exceptional attractions former student at Grinnell Delegate at at arms Congress Sale begins saturday week of bargains Wilt by heralded by special edition of Republican. One of the biggest sales Ever put on in Mitchell will take place fro saturday november 19 to saturday november 26 when merchants of the City co operating with the Republican will put on a bargain week. The retail merchants department of the chamber of Commerce has taken this matter up and is arranging to have stores handling All lines j of merchandise co operate in the big fall bargain week. Dry goods shoes i women s ready to Wear menus cloth ing. Groceries meats hardware drugs j jewelry and Many other lines of merchandise will be included in the specials offered at attractive prices by the j local merchants during the Sale As the opening feature of the bar j gain week a special edition of til Republican will be issued on Friday of this week the Dav before the Sale opens. This will be the first Large edition to be printed on the new 24-pag press now being installed. It will be a special bargain week edition and will contain advertisements of All lines of merchandise offered for Sale former inside. Grinnel. La. Nov. 14�?k. C. Casey a. One of the most popular foreign students who Ever attended Grinnel College. Is one of the Chines delegates to the conference for limitation of armament. Word has been received Bere that he May a Abl to visit Grinnell again while in this country. Lei was engaged in y. M. C. A. Work in new York following his studies Here and returned to his native country in a like capacity. Jugo slavs in i arms at order of Allied body British naval experts sound diverse Knelt England reported to b ready to recommend their abolition want other change Setti ement of alb Anian Boi in Ary dispute fails to Pic i ase Republic j by associated pre leased wire Belgrade nov. 14�?Jugo Slavi cannot accept the decision of the Allied Council of ambassadors de limiting the Boundary line Between i Jugo slav la and Albania the Cabinet i decided at a meeting saturday night. A note to this effect will be sent to the allies it is stated in official circles Here i that the Jugo slav troops have not advanced beyond the legitimate Boun ii is the plan of the merchants of Serbia. The Council of am open their Holiday business with the bargain week. Such attractive bargains a to be offered that buyers from towns in All directions from Mitchell Are expected to a ome to a in City to take advantage of the Sale Sullivan would bar experts from taking part in making decisions at arms Congress by Mark Sili j a an Morrow. Thereafter. There would National political correspondent of still remain the business of defiling de the Republican. Washington. Nov. 14 a your correspondent has Only such knowledge of the p ans end attitude of mind t meetings were to of to various delegation to the con than the underlying the Guy up Tutta Ferene As is obtained by my Casu principle. acc a in Ogram or negotiations the other this entire family is wiped out by Coal fumes Arbuckle Case goes to trial three women Are on or i in Al jury pan Elk court room is Pac ked n s map ii procedure for or discussion of far father. Mother and Sia Chil Drey Vijh dead As farm Home Birns special to tile Republican Nunda nov. 14.�?the entire Wal Livine seven Miles North ions. A forth4 on Eastern cues ill map out procedure ii. F the american. To Rit he a. / 5n and japanese Dele a. K s a of the committee a Quot or Quot rued on Page three new guard is growing fast i for St Ste except Nevada a it rapidly organizing More units Ning when their farm Horn was Des proved by file. It s believed. How by aug ated pres leased wire t. Nov. 14 a with a to enrolled National in Ogni red by the fed a have reached a qual to that of the j a army. It was announce War department. Of new units to bring g and up to its author of 222.77 men. Is he a by All the the single exception of i .,4 additional units with f 6j 9. Received Federal during cd tuber. What is for each of the countries under their differing instructions a Navy adequate for Nasonal defense this question is More Complex declaration of an a serried a1 contacts. Based on such know depends on How the conference ledge it 1s Safe to expect with much to a a it. Of the civilian a a of re a Confidence subject to one Contin handle it themselves they can Arl or fair gency. A successful outcome of the it a rough and ready com of conference a period much Mon sen a definition in a very Short Shorter than is commonly ascribed time. But if the Confer turn it to it. If or. Hughes within five min Over to a committee of naval sex Ever. That the father Mother and six utes of the opening of the Confer pens then heaven help a All. Children were dead when their Home committee should say. A i move that All the will be week o argument of caught fire and this version was navies be reduced and limited to the a Fine spun details. Substantiated by the coroners jury. Var requirements of the National a Newspaperman amused himself which declared that the Quot Waller Rui defense Quot that motion would be Fol re anther Day by trying a parody t that a death through asphyxiation Law a by what would probably turn of the bewildering result o a con from Coal Gas a out to both Only allocation thru venation with a naval expert Over neighbor Boos flame out the conference. It would Aris what constitutes a Navy adequate for to remedy. Which wiped out an he Ween Japan and great Britain purposes of rational defers. The fan was discovered by John and the occasion of it would a to parody reflected the impression mad Fig Ebratt a a neighbor. Or egged Ermine which ration should have on a civilian by a a Man s in by Atren saw the flames about ? a in. The Lead in seconding the motion. Finite technicality it read sunday and hurried to investigate. Adequate nay is question a Divide the number of am bean when he arrived the hous was it would a entirely possible if submarines by the number of British a Mno a of soldering ruin. He saw or Hughes and the other Confer dreadnoughts and subtract the num the lifeless body of or. Wallem. Enc leaders should car to go at it Ber of japanese cruisers to this badly charred and burned on the that Way. To have this motion adopt result add the cube Root of the sum Doorstep other neighbors arrived a by unanimous stat within the of the coast Lin of american a first hour of the conference Ard an pan. And great Britain. Multiply by noun e it to the world by noon to continued on bag two by a a ocl ated prows leased wire ban Francisco Cal. Nov. 14.�? trial a Roscoe c. A fatty Arbuckle on a charge of manslaughter in connection with the death or september 9 of Yirgil a Rappe. Motion picture actress but an today in the Superior court before judge Harold Louderback. The jury Box was filled quickly with prospective jurors three of whom were women. The crowds began to surge in Early through the narrow corridors on til third floor of the Hall of Justice where the trial court is located. Despite the recently sent a note to the Jugo Plav government demanding immediate withdrawal of its troops from the territory within the limits previously defined by the Council. The newspapers a unanimous in declaring the Council s decision unjust and urge Strong opposition to a further meeting or consultation on the subject. Thirty thousand troops a believed to be advancing toward the serbian Border. British Cabinet backs proposal individual member of gov urn ment express whole hearted approval Balfour and Delegate would alter replacement program of Hughes by associated pre. Leased wire Washington. Nov. 14�?great Bril ainu a acceptance a in principle Quot of the american proposals for limitation o National armament a it will be Lal before the conference tomorrow we be Bas a on what Are described a a a certain definite consider most important by the. British i a modification in the pro Gram for replacement. Instead o a Flat ten year Holiday during which no warships shall be built the Brit ish have in mind that thru place program be carried on from Yea. To year and thus keep the ship Yard from going to rot. The figure of ninety thousand ton of submarines fixed by the America proposal. Great Britain a naval a Peys consider too High a St Brit Ash Navy never possessed that tonn a of submersible. It is said that great Britain a even propose the abolition of sub marines and if so Dee not go thai far. Will work for limitation of their size and armament. The British experts feel that the limitations for air plane carriers give the. I nit a states some advantage he Caus the British already have a number which will become obsolete while the United slates will build new ones of a Superior character. Looks for Mac Ess Loki. Not. 14.�?premier to leg has Lii in a statement to the pros today definitely declared adherence to Theka in ies toward the Washington armament a a a Ferenee Laid Down by the late Premier Kara. He a convinced he declared. That the conference would be crowned with Success. Balfour will reply to Hughes plan tomorrow by Ash Taud Lead wire Washington. Nov. I in or at Britain t car Tanc Quot in principle of the american proposals for limitation of continued on fag that by associated press leased wire London nov. T4.�?th american proposals for drastic limitation of naval disarmament have been received with expressions of much favor in British official circles. While the t Cabinet Walt not Oft Tait discus the fact that the admission or list a proposals until the British experts to approximately 300. Which included have reported after examining them More than a score of newspaper men. It is stated tha the individual Mem Ber. Perished Early sunday Mer hundreds picked Points of Vantage burning ship makes for port in Bermuda egyptian Tablet first discovered in Palestine found a r not. 14.�?what a i a s a by May prove one of the Marr am discoveries Ever made in a reported by or. Clar-1 e Sher head of the University j s expedition to the a a in a letter made Public i a a Large Stone Stela h were engraved about not it i lines in egyptian Hier i unearthed at Beisan Vamp a of the Bible the first j n to Letlon Ever found in a. By associated press teased wire new York. Nov. 14 a the steamship san Francisco. Marseille for new York which caught fire yesterday about Southeast of new York was heading toward Bermuda a Oday radio message from re ship said the fire was spreading the teams Hlf it Ramon d Larrinaga was standing by. Of Bandit uses Blackjack by a or of died press lit ased wire Omaha. No. Nov. 13.�? after striking three men wit a Blackjack a Lone Bandit Early today robbed the Safe in the merchants hotel in the heart of Omaha s business District escaping in an automobile with Between 42.000 and 43 too. Railway officials defend decision of Federal rail body Washington. Nov. I 4.�?railroad representatives before the Senate interstate Mem in re committee today a and a the interstate Commerce com or Region which has be a charged by sat railway commissioners at recent hearings of having us irked Powers of the stat commissions. A that is not a fact Quot. Fred h. Wood of new York general attorney for the Southern Pacific railway declared. Adding that the Federal commission a d not misinterpreted the transportation act. Other charges of the state railway commissioners that the interstate Commerce commission had raised a a e raves Little consideration to local conditions also were denied by or. Wood. 3,000 shops tied up by strike of garment workers a associated pros i aged wire cd York. Not. 14.�?sixty thousand ment workers wore called out on Ike the a morning in protest again e piece work system and an in a Tea from 41 to 4 9 hours a week sch was to be put into effect to by their employers. Indication Era Quai Tho struggle might be pro Ved. A the int emotional Kern Union and ired. Quot Quot a employers charged that the n worker failed to Aid their of to increase production and thut prices in Woven s clothing the is charged that the piece work in Means a return to lbs a sweat ladies garment car shops were a Celebration subscription offers this Coupon is Worth i to celebrate the installation of the new 24 Page press we Are making this special subscription offer to All old and new subscribers who Recei the the Republican delivered by Carrier in Mitchell. During the period from nov. 12 to 19 we will credit both old and new subscribers for 17 weeks for $2.00, a saving of 55c. Charred sum Doorstop. Other and after re Aam had in Check a the so Leton of or. was found rear a hard Coal s of. The a a Totts of the t children the oldest of whom was a boy. Ii a ars old. V9a found in another part of the ruins of the House the in other person in the hous at the time of the Are and the details of the trag by that Wip a out an entire family will probably never be known. A May have caused it a neighbor however sad that mrs. A hem had told or saturday that Shine need it Quot use the hard Coal s of that night for thars tim this Var As task ton of or. A 11 Emma Rar the Stop who a slept and the skeletons of re six children near tog ther. It is believed that escaping coat Gas asphyxiated them All. With the Scep Tion of mrs Wallem before the Hon was burned since it is. body a found on the Doorstep it is presumed that she. Having awakened smelled the Gas and got out of bed to investigate. Probably she lit a match to find her Way out of the Bouse which caused the Gas which by this time had spread into All the rooms to flare up. Starting the Are which ruined the Horn. So then tried to a a Ltd the outdoors but fell overcome both flames on the Doorstep where she was found by or. Egr Bratten. To Glimps the principals in the big Legal drama As they went into the court room. For More than a week the contending sides have had their desks trip Ped for action and the eagerness with i hat which Rhy collected All possible a. 1-Denc indicates a hard and bitter contest the trial was to have started last monday but a to Al election and armistice Day so broke up the week that a postponement until today was granted. Roscoe la w worried Arbuckle appeared worried when the trial started and looked around the packed court room nervously. His wife was present but did not sit with him. Gavin Mcnab chief of Arbuckle six attorneys asked what disposition should a mad of the i and jury indictment against Arbuckle this i also on a manslaughter charge on which Arbuckle is being tried. A we Are not trying the Case on the indictment a the court replied. The indictment probably will be continued from Day to Day. Previous to the questioning of salesmen in the Box. District attorney Brady outlined the Ca briefly. Stat starts examination Milton t. U Bren. Assistant District attorney started the questioning of the prospective jurors. A sought to draw out the knowledge possessed by those in the Bot of the importance of circumstant.a1 evidence. The first prospective juror was asked if Arbuckle was a motion picture favor of his and a answered not of hers of the Cabinet wholeheartedly support the Broad Princi Jules contained in the address Ohser Petary Hughes at the opening of the conference in Washington saturday. The opinion is a nera such a icy. Mad a Ferenc will achievement nine perish in new York fire thirty three others Are in-.11 red dead born de beyond recognition 11 or expressed Plain s at int of pol the outset of the con materially Assis in the of a definite All around reduction in armaments. It is recognized that Many Points in the proposals must occasion discussion. Ratification of Ary Cabin decision will be asked of parliament. Harding gets Island report president receives d Ata on result of Wood Forbes Phi in Phi n f probe v a a a a i i i i president signs German peace affixing of signature to document takes place without ceremony by associated Presa leaded were Washington. Nov. 14�?the draft of the Poi of the Wood Forbes Mission we. H invest gated conditions in the philippine islands was submitted today to Serr iry weeks and later was is id before president Harding or. Fortes d o cussed the or. Week s and accompanied the Secretary of the White House. The report was understood of contain the missions recommendations relative to philippine pleas for Independence. Secretary week and former governor general Fortes spent with the president going report and the conference broken no by other presidential engagement was left to be resumed again at a p. By Assoc Atod pre a a and wire new York. Nov. 14�?at least nine persons a believed to have Boort burned to death in a tenement hous fir Early today. Five bodies All unidentified we re found huddle together near a doorway on the fit i floor of re building and firm a later found four More Bodle non of which was identified. Two men and on woman a re seriously injured while thirty others were treated for abrasions and Shock. The building a fit or try Structure. Was occupied by ii families investigation showed the fir had or Gina a in the basement and roared upward through a Shaft. Many of to j it Mph who lived in the tenement g old their Way to windows who a a a they lung to log a and j1 a Arnd for help. Pos off. In pm Oyes from a substation Aero the Street saved Many before the to rach a the scr. Or Man be am exhausted while of a window judg and fell Pinai into the Street suffering a fractured Skull. Is Arm saved by skin grafting it is believed. Members of world War veterans seek release for Debs by associated pre leaded wire Washington. Nov. 14�?president Harding signed a proclamation declaring peace with Germany just before 4 p. In. Today. The president s signature was attached to the document without ceremony at 3.52 p. In. Today upon his return from laying the Corner Stone of the Victory memorial in Washington. Not even Secretary Christian was present and the proclamation was taken to or. Harding by a messenger following the regular routine of executive business to. Secretary week said that the report was very comprehensive and that a nothing could be Given our about it of until president Harding had finished p0 his St Fidy. Which might consume two or three Days. Supreme its asked to interfere for Madalynne now by a a a hated Prew leaded wire los Angeles. Cal a petition writ of mandamus judge for mar nov. 14 a about three was ase a i a it amp no of or and mrs. Dav i . Of Freeman aged four year was brought to the Yankton to a with h r ghz Arm an hour badly Orn Ard lacerated As the re Over la suit o having had it caught in an Harper. So badly was the r Ember injured that it became a def that the Only Means of Prev a org amputation would a tha of grafting new so n on that Par of the a in from which a Large Section of or. N was completely torn a Quot the a father yielded to this operator and by mses of and of her Mem Ber of the family offered to submit to the taking of skin for the purpose front their own person the a a ending surgeon however believed skin from the boy s own person would Best serve the p Durpos. A Ord irly six Inch by in inches in is was taken from the Little Fellows re and the operation performed. A now g is every for prom is of recovery from what would otherwise have resulted in ism bring or mail your Check for $2.00 with this Coupon and make this substantial saving on your paper. Assi Washington. Nov. 14.�?an engagement was made today with president Harding by eight members of the world War a veterans association and Toch is guest of others who won congressional medal of Honor or distinguished service awards during the late War t present memorials asking the Pardon of Vej by associated free leased wire Gene v. Debs now serving sentence Boston. Nev. 14.�?marshal Foeh was in Atlanta Penitentiary. The guest t it Day of greater Boston. The memorials also asked the re the program prepared for his enter lease of 140 log Ier men confined in Tain ment started with the presenta a a Tion of a Gold medal by a i Fox and a key to tha City by mayor Peter. Chief Mong other functions arranged in his Honor were the occurring of honorary Der by Harvard and Boston universities and Boston College and a Parade of former ser-4 Vica Zonsa and women. Weather retort kidney n. Re of the to Acgie pm a in of los Arm. Sup rior court to Grant immediate q trial to mrs. Obenchain Charr with the murder of j. A Lton Kennedy or dismiss the indictment against or. Will a fied with the state supreme court today in san greater Boston Francisco it was announced Here by a a a a a couns a for the defendant who left last night for the Northern City. Council to hold meeting tomorrow Federal prisons. 1 the medal men asserted that the prisoners a were moved by the same ideals a moved us Quot in opposing Wax. A. G. Cooper National chairman of the War veterans association will be among the men who present the memorial. An adjourned a Ting of the City Council will be held tuesday Cering to Complete Bulnes slated to be taken a Are of at the Gular Council meeting had a Wek ago a number of routine matters will be t brought up for dissuasion. Forfa at South Dakota partly Cloudy tonight and tuesday. Probably becoming Unpi tied tuesday right warmer East portion tuesday. Lexal temperature by the Republican s recording thermometer sunday monday 3 p. In. 2 3 a in. 1$ a p. In. 1$ 6 a. In. I j p. In. Ii san. 25 12 p. In. Is la m it j a. A. It maximum 37 at 3 p. In. Marigay i la is a 3 a in. Monday
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