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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - November 28, 1924, Mitchell, South Dakota
Twelve pages the evening Republican City edition vol xxxix Mitchell South Dakota Friday november 28, 1924. Number 49insurgents Are read out Mellon tells Why he expects better times i of ble prices and abundant Redit Are vital factors says Secretary to rope also to help a Ery of Germany Stu i \ v Keever Competition in some Lim ? sues senator by Andreu a. Mellon Orre tary of tile Treasury modifier of the country today a v3 paid the penalty for the it a that accompanied and Fol the War. And prices have now d themselves More nearly in dance with the immutable Laws spy and demand Nonic conditions can not be by i Over night but a govern moving with intelligence and tic can give economic forces of ind help the country to cure is the present administration has As a result of the sound and a same time courageous policy Rench ment pursued by president be. We have emerged from the u t period of Post War readjust with our financial Structure in red and the foundation Laid for out Rye a continued steady devel prices stabilize efficient budget system has put into operation by the fed government and in the last four expenditures have been reduce Bob seeks to Salvage third party dreams Wisconsin senator hurries to capital for conferences with aids stricken Blind friends Are hopeless action of organized labor regarded As Vear death blow to Neu movement mrs. Peter g. Cherry wife of senator Peter Goober Gerry of Rhode Island has filed suit for divorce in pars. Shehie known internationally As a Beauty. Foreign radio broadcasting heard in u. S. New York n. Y., nov. 2b.�?the Exchange radio programs Between Europe and America a feature of International radio week was resumed last night and radio fans settled Down to await results. It was the fourth night s attempt to Span the Ocean by voice and music. Shortly after the program was concluded radio officials Here had received reports from Many sections of the country that stations at Lyons France. Madrid Cardiff. Wales and new cantle. England had been heard j Jjck a Secretary Mellon edit p Riv one half. Taxes have Beer Reed. Leaving in the pockets of the j Ople increased amounts for invest. Are and other purposes. Certain re i a s must be introduced into he c system before business and instr a can be freed from the retard z influence of an unscientific set it i n of taxation but this. I am conf it will be done. During the last two cars prices up been comparatively stable thus Novang the demoralizing effect cd rapid changes in prices and. Be have on business. Agricultural is have nearly completely Reeov-1. If we apply the True test of or purchasing Power in other. That at new Castle being most Dis a Tinct. Little credence was placed in the reports from several midd Lew Ester n j Points that Leningrad stations had been heard. It is not believed the i russian stations were broadcasting for the information of those who i will try for european stations tonight saturday and sunday nights the following list of european stations with wave lengths is Given Call letters and wave lengths evening Republican Bureau 301 Albee building Washington d. C., november 28. By George f. Authier regardless of the final blow which fell upon the third party movement. I at Elpaso when the american fed ration of labor declared its divorce j from the new party and against government intrusion in business. Sena i tor Lafollette is hurrying Back to Washington in an attempt to stay the disintegration of the movement he Lead in the last Campaign. He will immediately Confer with the men who participated in the movement to determine the course to be pursued in the new session of Congress the participants in the conference will include senators Lafollette. Brookhart of Iowa Ladd and Frazier of North Dakota and possibly Norris of Nebraska. Senator Lafollette will return to Washington in anything but a repentant mood. To will face a determined Effort on tho part it regular republicans to deprive him and his fallow insurgents in the Senate and his followers in the Wisconsin delegates. Of the House from their committee places As Republican the manner in which Thi Effort will be Mot will by determined at the Lafollette con Ference. It has not yet been decided whether the Lafollette insurgents will demand places As republicans. Still plan ouster the movement to rid the Republican party of its insurgent members grows As the time for the convening of Congress approaches but with evidences of misgiving on la a b it of Man senators. Longworth rep a Loor Leader Ani Candida or by Nea airmail Semi co Willard Mack movie scenario writer has gone Blind. Never again will he see Jackie Coogan play in a Little Robinson which he wrote especially for the boy Star. Nor will he see half a dozen other photoplay now in the making that Are the products of his Handiwork. In addition to his blindness he is suffering with bronchial pneumonia. Harmony will . Caucus tonight senators agree on Curtis As Leader to replace late senator Lodge insurgents included old line leaders desire for punitive measures sidetracked for time Kansan elected to succeed Lodge As party Leader x Washington d. U., nov. 28.�? a Charles Curtis senior senator from Kansas was selected today As successor to tile late Henry Cabot Lodge or Massachusetts As the Republican Leffier in the Senate. Senator James e Watson of Indiana was plotted Doe chairman and party a whip Quot a Post which has been hold by senator Curtis since the republicans Congress in senator Reed takes Lead in ouster Effort Lafollette Ladd Brookhart and Frazier barred from party conferences lose committee seats Resolution to that effect passed at meeting of republicans Seator Charles Curtis Washington d. C., nov. .�?senator Robert m. La Follette of Wisconsin and three of his principal supporters in the Senate practically were read out of the Republican party today at a conference of Senate Republican. The conference adopted a Resolution by senator Reed of Pennsylvania under which or. La Follette. Senators Ladd and Frazier of North Dakota and Brookhart of Iowa will no control of cities plan to ask new zoning Law from solons in abundant credit meant credit is available for All rite undertakings the aggie amount of the country a Bank its is greater today than Ever in our history. At the same re it Erves Are unusually High Loans have been largely liquidate d our Hanking Structure was a stronger position than Quot of or More Able to support continue Rusness and Indus rial expansion with the Federal Reserve system = re the new credit ins a mentalities provided during this administration Vry legitimate credit med of Agri ult tire business and Industry can be a equate by supplied at reasonable of interest. There is not. And j a of d not at any time be a shortage of either credit or currency to sup j rect expanding business and Trade. Position unsurpassed rho inauguration of the Dawes plan for reparation payments is the beginning of the solution of the nemic problems of Europe and will undoubtedly result in a growing a a vet for american products and j a it stimulus to our own Industry. With a he full recovery of Germany and \ a her european countries there May oos sixty come a Keener Competition j n lines which May necessitate j me gradual readjustments Here. But the general effect of a More prosperous world can Only mean the broadening of our own markets and i greater economic development in j a his country. We. In the United states Are in a most favourable condition today. There s everywhere a note of optimism for he future induced by a belief in the a re Rgth of our government and in the ability of president Coolidge to a Leer a sound and constructive course. Our position at Home and abroad it unsurpassed. A have Good wages ample pm to Ozment. Better agriculture Aouad a credit and great natural resources cd of which justify the greatest Confidence in our future Progress and or cepe r i to. Location i 2lo-�?london6xx�?qemsfordj 2bl�?aberdeen5it�?birmingham. 6bm-�? Bournemouth j 5wa�?cardiff2zy�?manchester6lv�?liverpool5no�?newcastle6fl�?sheffieldopyt Plymouth. A Jlse Leeds. Brussels. Ptts Paris. A Khz England. J Fly Eifel Tower. Paris 6fr�?parisi oxen Copenhagen. Pc cd Amsterdam pc Kkt Amsterdam. Pozo Nauen Germany o meters ____361 1.600. 405a. A 385 ____351. 375 ____318. 400303 ____335 ____346265450360 2.600. .1.780. 2.400. 1,070. .1,050. 3.500 weather forecast Iowa Minnesota Ani Nebraska. Overcast a Cyl somewhat unsettled tonight and thursday not much change i in temperatures. North Dakota partly overcast to nigh and saturday warmer tonight j South Dakota partly overcast to night and saturday warmer i Northeast portion tonight xxx Al temperatures i maximum and minimum temperatures As recorded by the official gov j eminent thermometer from 7 to. In a j yesterday to 7 a in. Today maximum 85. Minimum 16. At a. In. Today 2 1 weather and roads Aberdeen Clear 20 roads Good Huron Cloudy. 30 roads Good. Sioux Falls Clear. 30 roads Good Pierre Clear. 2 7 roads Good. A Watertown partly Cloudy 22 roads Good. Yankton Cloudy 29 roads Good. Mitchell Cloudy 16 roads Good. Speaker has already a i reseed the opinion a the House insurgents should be Given minority party places on committees. This spells the removal of representative John m. Nelson Lafollette National manager ire in i his place a a Republican on the committee on rules. Representative Berthall. Snell of 1 new y Ork chairman of the rules committee following a conference with the president also added to the i vocal demand for the punishment of the insurgents. A no sympathy or sentiment he said a should be wasted on the Republican deserters. It is not necessary to read them out of the party. I they Are already out. You can to fire a Man after he has resigned. No one can dispute that so Why waste time i figuring whether these men Are re i publicans or not by their acts they have made it Plain that they have resigned from the party. The a worked against us and therefore Are Mot with us. And i. For one see no reason Why they should be asked to attend the coming Republican senator Smoot of Utah today reiterated his belief the insurgents should be eliminated fro Niche party j councils but senator capper in. Kans suggested it would be Wise to go slow. In the House it is proposed to hold a caucus rather than a conference land move that All republicans pres ent be bound by the caucus rules. It is suggested this would eliminate the Wisconsin insurgents automatically. Norris in unique position i the militant activity of senator la Follette Calls attention to the status of senator Norris of Nebraska who occupies a unique position. Norris j opposed the policies of president Coolidge in the Campaign but did so openly. He makes it Plain he w ill not change his course. O a meeting of accredited representatives from All first and second class cities in the state May be held in Mitchell on december 9 and to if the j plans under Way Are carried out. Mayor e. M. Hall of Aberdeen has i written to mayor j e. Williams ask j ing that a meeting of this sort be held either in Mitchell or Huron and City auditor Frank Mcgovern in j Der instructions from the mayor has written to the Aberdeen executive j submitting the dates of december 9 and Ioas a suitable time of meeting. The meeting is to be held with the View of recommending certain legis a lat Lve action. The most important meekly be held would be the submitter to be brought up should the Lect of zoning in building construction. The passage of a state zoning in Abling act would restrict the height 1 number of stories and size of buildings and other structures in a City the percentage of lot that May be occupied and the location and use of i buildings structures and land for j Trade Industry and other purposes for the purpose of promoting health safety morals and the general welfare of the Community. Of France on verge of red uprising Cardinal thinks gained ibis. The election of senator Curtis to tile leadership and of senator Matson As whip were both by unanimous vote. I to ii hts selection As Leader senator Curtis resigned As a member of the committee on committees. Senator Smoot of i Tah was named in his place and senator Reed of Pennsylvania was Apo lated on that committee to fill the vacancy caused by the death of senator Brande gee of Connecticut. Senator Matson was named chairman of tho committee. A senator Curtis requested the committee to meet in the immediate future to fill Vacar is on the standing committee including the chairmanships of the foreign relations and the judiciary committees. It is tile purpose to have a report by soon after Congress reconvenes next monday. J for the first time in the history of longer be Given Republican places on the Republican party the West has Senate committees or invited to at Bene elevated to a High political position in the Senate organization. Sen Ator Charles Curtis was told elected tend future party conferences. The Reed. Resolution follows a resolved that it be the sense of the conference that senators la Fol to succeed to the late senator Lodge j Lette Ladd. Brookhart and Frazier be not invited to future conferences and not be Namel to fill any re pub As the Republican Leader in the unite i states Senate. The action was taken today at a caucus of Republican members of the upper House. Music body to be invited to meet in City Washington. P. C., nov. 28.�?op a a Senate republicans had produced by prior agreement and accommodation among readers a setting of peace and Harmony for their caucus today to perfect party organization for the Short session convening next week. Agreement Early in the of Geek on senator Curtis of Kansas As party Leader to succeed the late Veteran Leader. Senator Lodge had removed the Keystone of re organization from the Field of serious debate in caucus and left Only the motion of ratification to be gone through. Senator Curtis was selected after senator War Ren of Wyoming who by the hitherto unbroken custom of seniority Suc Mitchell will invite the annual meeting of the South Dakota Federated music clubs to this City when the members of the executive Board meet la the City for their annual see Pion tomorrow. Tho mooting called a a it anal mean of lican vacancies on Senate committees. Vote is overwhelming the Resolution w ill not disturb present committee assignments. Re. Publican leaders said but will serve As an expression of the View of the conference to be considered by the committee on committees when the question of filling vacancies come up separate Viva Voce votes were taken on each Section of the Resolution and the majority was overwhelming in each Case with Only two or three voices raised in opposition. There were no speeches in opposition by senator Harrold. Oklahoma suggest it certain modifications which were disapproved. Senator Spencer of Missouri moved the appointment of a committee to by mrs. W. A Peterson Sioux Falls president is to be held it the methodist Church at i p. In. Ways and Means of raising the annual budget and plans for Man aging the Young artists contest next Spring Are to be discussed by the Board members. At this time it is also expected that the time and place for the annual meeting of the state j organization will be fixed and Mit a fishing the same purpose sought the Resolution but the conf Arent adopted the Reed Resolution As the preferable alternative. Name ail insurgents senator Marreld a proposal was to so modify the Resolution so As to name Only senator Lafollette. The proposal met with instant and extensive opposition and finally was rejected. Senator Howell of Nebraska also cession to the leadership might have j Erson mrs. I. F. Chapman miss Eda had the Post had he desired it yielded to the Kansas senator chiefly because of the Burden of his duties As chairman of the appropriations committee. Drop l ight on cum Riib hell is anxious that it coma to this objected to the Resolution City. The state music body held its i the a in Eaton tort was raised by annual meeting Here two years ago 1 senator Tigre o. New a members of the executive Board. A a a colleagues that Republican Sena i tors laced a responsibility in the matter to the country to the party and to themselves which could not be All of whom will probably be at to-1 Morrow a meeting Are mrs. W. E. Pet f a shirked. Prediction that questions of seniority and redistribution of committee assignments would be taken up immediately upon convening of the 69th Congress was made by senator the final quashing of All reports of a projected fight to dislodge sen-1 l. A. Williams Mitchell mrs. J. E. J Ator Cummins of Iowa from the Post hippie and mrs. Norman Pierre of president pro tem had shut off j mrs. Bari. France. Nov. 2s.�? up a France is threatened with a communist revolution according to a declaration by Cardinal Dubois to be published tomorrow in the Semaine Religieuse. An official Catholic Organ. Appealing to All French catholics to a fight against the danger which menaces u so imminently a to Dinal writes a the hour is grave. Me must react today tomorrow perhaps will be too late. God protect France in he continues. A is victorious France six years after the War. To be a victim of revolution one May Well fear it if immediately All Good citizens do not resist for the Honor and safey of the also any probability of discordant developments in that direction. Candidates for the Post of whip. Which senator Curtis is leaving were few. With senator Watson of Indiana holding the preferred position. Senator Wadsworth of new York was understood to be slated for the Job of car i assistant Leader. A new schedule of party operations George Phillips rapid City of Chicago iu., nov. 28.�?attorneys. Int Kii Ane or colonel Charles r. Forbes form i but a he sni a Republican veteran8. Bureau head an j John w. Thompson St. Louis contractor to resume their today when their trial on once a week and a conference of analysis bears out claims of Bexley pastor French War debt to u. S. Topic of Washington meet May by r it an. A. Nov. 28.�?-in-#rt7.&. Discussions have been institute4 Between representatives of the French and american governments a relative to a basis for funding the former a War time debt to the United state. All sold it. Vernon s. D., nov. 22, 1924. Mitchell Republican Mitchell s. Dear sirs the pups that i advertised ill your want ads Are a gone. One was shipped to Draper s. Even had to a Ell the Cid dog in order not disappoint one party. A Sall investment in a Republican want and pays big. G. Vav. Coleman. Columbus of. Nov. 35.�? a a or. I h. M. Brundage pathologist report i de to prosecuting attorney j. R. King i today that the stains found a pair of trousers in the Home of the Rev. V. Sheatsley. Bexley suburb. Were not stains of human blood but of rabbits and that liquid found in an inverted Jar lid was not blood of new drum corps of Coacher Post is finally organized that the Coacher Post of the american Leeton is to have a drum and Bugle corps was definitely decided at a in eel ire of that organization wednesday evening at the j. O. O. F Hall. Under the direction of r n. Davies rehearsals Are to Start As soon As the instruments arrive. It in planned to have twelve buries. Twelve snare Drums and two base Drums and the Rosier of the corps has already Bee filled. The member Are enthusiastic Over the prospects of this feature and the aggregation will play on All occasions. Newly elected officers with j. F. Writhe As commander took charge of wednesdays meeting for the first j time since their installation. Eight killed in crossing wrecks around Chicago Chicago. Ii., nov. 28.�?two rail i Road crossing accidents on the fringes of Chicago last night brought death to eight probable fatal injuries to two and serious hurts to another. Five members of an automobile i party of Young people were killed at Aurora. 39 Miles Southwest of Here i when a Chicago Burlington and j Quincy mail train wrecked their car. J three women were killed at lome i Bard. He Miles West of Chicago by a Chicago and Northwestern passenger train which struck a family Auto party. I mrs. Harding gives j i bulk of estate to j her grandchildren with a View to expediting the legislative program. The steering com i a it re read Muttee will be called together at least j. In i charges of defrauding the govern -1 party leaders Hek upon Ever sri f ment on veterans hospitalization was by party question which is raised Dur r�,5ume,j ing the session. Leaders of both. Completion of the addresses of col i parties however have expressed con one James s Easby Smith Forbes Tidence that to spending attorney and Rudolph Loughlin rep would be without that fireworks relenting Thompson was in Prospect which were such a conspicuous Tea or today or Feriv tomorrow with a lure of the last meeting of Congress. Start thereafter on prosecution test i insurgents included j Mony. Government attorneys in opening. I charged that Forbes Thompson and three others planned to Divide Over $1,000,000 of the $17,000,000 authorized by Congress for building Hospi tals. Stuebing. Mrs. Odean Harold mrs. V. Stevenson miss Maybell Cox mrs. E. A. Godfrey Sioux Falls mrs. Emma Baughman Highmore mrs. L. J. Grange mrs. Dudley and mrs. Al g. Smith. Vermillion. Mrs. Gallett by Aberdeen mrs. G. Skartvedt and i pc it per of Pennsylvania after the con Ference broke up. Declaration of policy a the Resolution was not the result of precipitate action following a signal party Victory a he said. A the question is not a personal one and the action taken will not be misunderstood by the senators affected. A it was rather a declaration of a principle party organization a a hernia to the functioning of Republican senators As a team to support the administration. A in speaking for myself i feel of it strongly about the matter that 4 should have be a reluctant to go Back to Pennsylvania and face the Republican voters of that state unless some such action As this had be a taken Forbes counsel ready to present opening statement All republicans were counted inthe fold for today a caucus senator i Curtis having included insurgents As Well As the organization members in sending out notices of the meeting last week. The desire of old line j members to Deal out punitive Meas i ures Aga or it boaters in the recent El-1 certion will be sidetracked by the party leaders who declare nothing can j be done along that line under the i rules this does not preclude the possibility however that some such move will be attempted in the organization of the newly elected Congress. New bootleggers who a who ready for dry officers Fords Plant in Belgium closed by High Tariff Marion Ohio nov. 28.�?jeanne and George de Wolf grand children of the late Florence Kling Harding. San Francisco. Calif. Nov. New a a who a who directory of California which among other things will list the names aliases addresses and other infer matzoh of every known Bootlegger in the state is fein com by the Filer Al prohibition widow of the late president hard forces under direction of Samuel rut a 1 my. Are left the bulk of her estate ter. Prohibition director it was learn no estimate was available j de Here today. Be for Antwerp. Nov. 28.�?the Ford automobile assembling Plant which supplies Belgium Holland Germany. Luxembourg and Switzerland was closed last night because of the new belgian Tariff which officials of the Plant say makes import duties pro a Hibit Lve. ? the Plant employed 500 men. Part 2s.�?a j of the factory Force will be taken to Holland where production will be resume on a reduced scale. The old customs Tariff carried a duty of 20 per cent and Valorme. While the new duties Range from 50 to 60 per cent. The Book circulation. Will not of which under her will filed for probate Here j today. Fhe will makes special bequests too. Friends and relatives aggregating f a d am aim $56,000 and leaves the residue of the do Vul in Lydd Lalii estate to the grand children who live Here. Although no estimate could be obtained it was generally believed that mrs. Hardings estate would total More than $500,000. .�? a Public. At Post if leave can be extended oldest priest Dies Belfast Ireland. Nov. 28�?fr-John j. Boche believed to be the oldest priest in the world died in the franciscan friary at Wexford aged too years. I Philadelphia a. Nov. 25.�?gener- Jai Smedley will remain the head of the Philadelphia notice and fire departments for the next three years if his leave from the Marine Cort it a is extended it was announced Toda by major Reddick and general Butler. All sold Letcher s. nov. 22, 1924. The evening Republican gentlemen please Stop my want and. The pullets Are ail sold. E. P. Johnson. Small pox death rate in Minnesota about five percent i St. Paul. Minn., nov. 28.�?deaths resulting from smallpox throughout the state since Jan. I and including today totalled 148 out of 2.500 Case reported. Or. A. J. Chesley. Executive Secretary state soard of health a bounced. Of the total number of deaths reported. 58 occurred in Minneapolis out of a total of 593 cask s reported while to deaths occurred in St. Paul out of a total of 712 cases reported since Jan. I. Minneapolis reported three deaths yesterday and one that morning. Of a Coolidge message to Congress will be read wednesday Washington. C., nov. 2 8.�?president Coolidge n message to Congress will be read next wednesday it was agreed today at amp. Conference Between the president and a a publican House leaders. The plan was mad on the understanding tha the Senath would adjourn monday ural wednesday de Valera freed and is deported from Ulster state Belfast. Ireland nov. Reimonn de a it a the Republica Leader who in nov. Was a sentence to one month s imprisonment after entering Ulster territory in defiant of a Ming from a re author a was released at six of clock this morn no Friday. He was placed on train for Dublin and escorted j Border
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