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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - October 14, 1922, Mitchell, South Dakota
He evening Republican third edition vol. Xxxix Mitchell South Dakota Saturn october 14, 1922 number 12dawkeyes beat Yale needless worry Bane of life nation first woman senator is not worried mrs. William Felton lays Down some of her political offers May occupy her seat i of Hardwick plans to re main away Long enough to let her qualify by Nea service Cartersville ga., oct. 14�?�?oneed is worry is the Bane of american and when you come Down to it most worry is of the needless us h is the motto of mrs. William k Felton Georgia a Quot grand old its Potency is attested by to fact that since she has passed ssh birthday she has become to a first woman United states senator in the country a history. Whether she is a senator now. By me of governor Hardwicks a nement or whether she must v. It presentation in the Senate Are. Lions that Many Are arguing. I mrs. Tilton Isnit worrying. Siting a her Vine covered porch overlooking the Broad Cotton Planta to on she actively manages mrs. Felton amiably discusses politics. A go boyhood news National events and cooking recipes with callers. Silo favors Bonus a i would have worked for a Bonus f r the Brave lads who went across the Ocean to she says. A Brut he Uncle Joe Cannon. I would have fought to the last against a Bonus to Home guard officers who had to have or irs to keep their feet from falling off Useir she was equally positive regarding Tariff. I d vote every time for a Tariff that she said. Mrs. Felton a views on prohibition or also straightforward. A id a million times rather Cut off my right Arm than see whisky brought Hack into our country or for that matter see the splendid act modified in any though praising the disarmament meeting mrs. Felton bitterly opposed the league of nations. In the kist Georgia senatorial Campaign she threw her entire support to the hire senator Tom Watson and governor Hardwick. Although Georgia s Simon pure democratic they swept the state. May take Hep sect there is likelihood mrs. Felton will take her seat in the Senate even though it does no to meet until december. Governor Hardwick who appointed her. Seems certain of election As Watson a successor. If elect re. He will remain away from the Senate Long enough to allow mrs. Felton s presentation and seating in the Senate. She will not run in the primary. Instead. She is supporting Hardwick. In addition to her activities in finite matters mrs. Felton is author of two widely circulated books w rites or Many magazines and for 4b year has conducted a department in an Atlanta paper. For half a Century she has advocated woman a suffrage. Her position in politics is even recognized by president Harding who invited her to Allaire. Fla., to spend several Days discussing National topics she has been equally Active in educational matters. Getting better recreational facilities for farm women my also Active for prohibition. Frequently scolded Watson mrs. Felton became Active in politics through her husband the late or. William Hardwick. Who was a Nee a congressman. She is credited with writing Many of his fiery speech is. She a a great Friend of the late Tom Watson referring to him often n Public meetings As a her she was wont to scold the Georgia firewater and he would meekly Promise to behave Maryland sure to beat France in Senate race senator has made unenviable reputation for unreliability says analyst Bruce his a opponent democratic candidate is popular and successful lawyer avd scholar Gibbons Battles on after hearing news of death of father a mrs. William la. Felton Lloyd George fails to hint pick of pilots out for trophy for election wssawssr1 c Lemons mich., today British premieres speech called disappointment As result of silence in Man Independent Democrat a Sho says. A i think there s tot much sentiment and tradition in the demo a a lie party and not enough common Nso. That a Why i in accused of oing a Republican. A however i like to find Good in both parties. There s to sense to voting for something you think is wrong just because your party to be championing step to Stop strikes taken teen railroads sign Radic Al and far reaching a Klement with men Chicago 111., oct. 14 a sixteen rail roads have completed agreements with new organizations of their shop men by which in effect the men waive the right to strike and the j companies pledged themselves not Toby Lea in both parties agreeing to j abide by the decisions of the Railroad labor Board it became known today. Notice of completion of the agree i r Ems has been filed with the labor Board. Refugees from lost ship near Mainland by associates press Ives Cal wire Manchester. Ping Ort. 14.�?prime minister Lloyd Georges speech to the liberals of the Manchester Reform club this afternoon expected to he historic utterance was a disappointment because the Premier grave no intimation regarding his plans or his program. In that respect his oration was similar to that of Austen Chamberlain at Birmingham yesterday. The prime minister received an enthusiastic Welcome when he reached the Reform club. The huge crowd outside the building extended practically the whole length of the Greet on which the club is situated and the premieres appearance was she signal for a great burst of cheering. Course is Clear out a the world has not yet recovered i from the War Quot said or. Lloyd j George. That recovery will he slow and tedious. My course is a Clear one. I will support any government that devotes itself to measures which will not inflict permanent injure upon the country whether those measures Are reactionary or or. Lloyd George declared the situation was too grave for any Man to j indulge in party or personal Man i reuvers. He meant to abide by his office he said. The Premier had prefaced this by declaring a the future is a perplexing one. I shall claim no personal or party j at one Point in his speech or. J Lloyd George declared a there has let Een speech after speech of enviable abuse and i Ain told to Bear it like a Christian hut there Are too j Many people about the world who think it is the business of Christian to be massacred by Turk or pro Turk. I am not one of that sort of % worn become change a Little further on the prime minister said a if there is to he a change there is no Man who would Welcome it More than i. I have had a Long spell and a very hard one. I love Freedom. There Are a lot of things i want to j this statement by the Premier was after he had turned to Home policies. A subject on which the whole Empire was awaiting his pronouncement. He asserted there were die hards the Ultra conservatives on both sides. Puts Faith in people of his address of one hour and Twenty minutes. Or. Lloyd George devoted nearly an hour to a defense of his near Eastern policy and to ridicule of his opponents. In a Brilliant peroration recalling his services to the nation he said a i cast myself on the people be i cause i have never betrayed sets new record by associated pros leased wire mount Clemons. Mich., oct. T i. A lieutenant b. H. Barksdale of tile army service broke the worlds record for Speed Over a 200 Kilometre course Here this afternoon when he averaged 180.9 Miles an hour during the four Lajos o Fille pulitzer trophy race. The record for the 200 Kilometres course was 174.8 Miles Xiii hour. Made by Kirsch in France october i 1924. Barksdale piloted a Verville Sperry monoplane powered by a 350 horse Power Wright engine. By associated press leased wire mount demons. Mich., get. Ii a Twenty four of the Best pilots of the army and Navy assigned to planes that represented the most advanced ideas in aircraft construction were slated to Start today at Selfridge Field in the pulitzer trophy race the air classic of America. Tiv one thought of Tho builders of the powerful Craft entered in the race was to produce the maximum of Speed and Only human endurance it seemed would limit the Speed attained. From the result the army will determine the Standard Type of machine to be adopted for its Pursuit group which is termed the basis of Aerial defense. Concerned Over the possible effect upon the pilots of the terrific Speed expected officials divided the rare into four sections to Lessen the number of planes in the air at one time and to provide for the c Mage in the rules if it was found necessary. The planes entered Range All the Way from the Light Thomas Morse mb-3�?Ts with 300 horse poorer to ois to the huge Navy Wright the mystery with 650 horse Power Wright engines. Several of Tbs planes have previously been timed at 200 Railes an hour or better and rare officials were confident a new worlds record for a closed course would be established. A Speed of 187 Miles an hour would equal the record held in France. By Mark Sillivan National political correspondent of the Mitchell evening Republican and the new York evening Post Baltimore. Md., oct. 14 copyright 1922 by the Mitchell evening Republican and the new York evening Post a Maryland is one state in which the democrats Are fairly sure to gain a senator at the expense of the republicans. The sitting Republican senator is Joseph i. France and the signs Are that Maryland is about through with him. If France were Quot As consistently Radical As la Follette or As consistent Independent As Borah Maryland might take some Pride in him. If he were As consistently conservative As Lodge the Republican party in his state would pretty surely be proud of him and try to keep him in the Senate for Maryland is essentially a conservative Community. But France in his various votes and speeches in the Senate has been All Over the lot to an extent that has Given his constituents and the country an impression of miscellaneous eccentricity that Don t get anywhere. Many persons at the beginning of Frances career looked to him hopefully As on of those highly valuable persons who car. Be relied on to speak up for unpopular causes have been disappointed to find a Strain of More willingness to play up inconsistently to widely differing groups of voters. His positions varied As a Radical France fought for the recognition of Russia and As a Good orthodox protectionist he voted for the Tariff. As a states rights Man he is a a wet Quot but As a Friend of the negro he favored the Dyer Bill giving the Federal government Power to supplant the local courts in cases of Lynching crimes. As one who favors our staying out of Europe and out of the rest of the world he was against the democratic league of nations and against the Republican four Power treaty. But As one who favors letting Europe come to us. He was one of the Only two senators who voted against Tho restriction of immigration. France through certain family connections Lias Access to Money to indulge in what his opponents would describe As a spectacular dabbling in affairs which tile thoughtful hold Are a Little beyond his natural reach. He is a highly educated Man and has studied at three american universities and at one in Germany. His critics sometimes say he has had rather too much education in too Short a time. They say lie suffers from undigested information and that it would be a kindness to retire him for a while and give him a Chance to get his rather chaotic collection of Remote Faits and strange theories into More systematic order. Will hold negro Vole the net of it is that while France has sufficient control of the Republican party machinery to get his renomination great blocks of republicans will vote for his democratic opponent. The Hulk of the Republican party in Maryland consists of a Large number of negroes in the Eastern end of the state. And a considerable body of conservative Farmers and business men in the West and North near the Pennsylvania line. These latter will desert France quite generally. They Are puzzled by his or Centric inconsistency and alarmed by his occasional relapses into extreme radicalism. The negro republicans. France will be Able to hold. They never desert the Republican party anyhow and France with All his eccentricities has been canny enough to placate them. The people of Maryland have become self conscious about the reputation their senator has not Ade for doing queer things. They have also come to share the country wide feeling that the Senate needs elevating and stabilizing intellectually. It is in the spirit of this feeling that the democrats have Given their senatorial nomination to one of the state s two or three most distinguished lawyers and scholars. William Cabell Bruce and it is because of this feeling that the democrats in All probability will gain one senator at the expense of the republicans in Maryland in november. Mexican Forest Burns Puebla mexico., Ort. 14.�?a Forest fire of huge proportions is raging in the Durango Forest according to a dispatch received Here last night. More than too acres Are reported in flames. New York City. Oct. 14�? while Tommy Gibbons of St. Paul was fighting Billy Miske his fellow townsman. In the bout last night that went to Miske As the result of a foul Gib-1 Bons received a message telling of the death of his father. The messenger boy brought the Telegram during the seventh round of the fight but Gibbons fought on. The i Battle ended in the tenth round when by a twist of Fate Gibbons right fist fell below Miskey a Belt. Miske fell to the floor and the Battle ended. Tears St in d Down Gibbons face As in be ring after the bout to i St. Paul for the funeral. Iowa a attack brings Victory Early in game westerners plunge through bulldog s line for consistent yardage railway Board gives showmen wage increase four of nine classes of maintenance employees Are affected by order South Dakota beaten to mean 22 millions state Eggins action to get Cement Plant Rock products company is made defendant in suit started by Jpayne rapid City s. A. Oct. 14.�?attorney general Payne acting for the state of South Dakota has commenced a Legal action to acquire what is known As the Rock products company site in this City for the location of the state Cement manufacturing Plant which is to be installed and operated by authority of an act of the last legislature. Papers have been served on the overs of the property and made returnable on november 9. The Cement commission had made a definite offer to Tim owners of tile property for the Purchase of the site. The offer was refused and the culmination is the filing of the suit to condemn the property for use by the state. The state awned Cement Plant will Cost 42.000,900. Minnesota Tares measure of Indiana other football results today Sig ten teams All Busy today Dop Esters pkg Uhr ago Var min x est it to Tak e step toward title Chicago 111., get. 14.�?most of the Dop Esters of big ten football picked Chicago and Minnesota to win their respective games with Northwestern and Indiana today. These two contests one at Stagg Field the other at Indianapolis were the Only games directly affecting the championship race of the Western conference the other six teams of the a big ten Quot playing outsiders. Four of the six wore regarded by the Prophet As almost certain winners Over their non conference opponents. They were Wisconsin Michigan. Illinois and Ohio state. To the football classic of the Day the Lowa Yale game at new Haven most of the experts expected a close hard fought Battle. Opinions on the Purdue notre game at la Fayette were divided with Roe knew a eleven apparently holding the Edge in the majority of forecasts. Games today in which teams of the a big ten Quot Are participants follow Iowa at Yale. Northwestern at Chicago. South Dakota at Wisconsin. Michigan at Vanderbilt. Butler at Illinois. Notre Dame at Purdue. Oberlin at Ohio state. Minnesota at Indiana. Jyh Scheil girl to give concert Here on next wednesday with a personality which is equalled Only by her Rich contralto voice. Miss Mae Welch. Chicago 111., who is now on a concert tour of the mid i die West. Will appear in a concert on the evening of october 18, at the Mitchell Corn Palace. The proceeds Are to go to the St. Joseph s Hospital. Reports from those cities where miss Welch has appeared say that her concerts Are meeting with remarkable Success. Miss Welch who is a former Mitchell girl has won recognition among prominent musical circles throughout the country and the fact that she is contralto soloist for the Appo Iio club in Chicago is proof of her ability As a Singer. Several years ago miss Welch appeared in a concert in this City under the auspices of the Mitchell Art club. And All who heard her then will he delighted with the announcement of her return engagement. An Francisco calif., oct. 14.�? gees of the sea the 261 persons o were the passengers and Crew the liner City of Honolulu when j nes drove them into the ship s. Is 637 Miles Southeast of san Cisco thursday morning were a aching the Mainland today aboard transport Thomas. He Thomas is expected to make it t some time tomorrow. The City Honolulu was burned to the water s e. The charred Hulk will be Tow in later. Weather report Fouth Dakota fair tonight and ? Nav warmer tonight and in East portion sunday. Weather Outlook for week beginning monday Region of the great lakes and upper Mississippi Valley generally Gin and Normal temperatures. Blaine publicly hits Khz klan and denies he Eyer endorsed body by associated press lenses Wir # Madison. Wis. Oct. 14�?governor j. J. Blaine declared last night the t he was unalterably opposed to the principles and objects of the Kun flux Elan and through his executive communications and orders had shown his opposition since the first appearance of the organization in Wisconsin. E executive said in a statement to the associated press that he had never received endorsement of the klan As far As he was aware and asserted that the expressions of the democratic state Central committee As far As they referred to him there without foundation. It wins first free subscription for one year every Day someones name is run somewhere in the want ads. If your name appears Send in the clipping and receive the Republican free for one year if your friends name appears Call him up and Tell him about it. The following is a letter received from the first Winner of a free subscription to the Republican. Woonsocket s. D., october i i the 1922 c. H. Arundel Mitchell Republican dear sir yes we read the want ads. When the enclosed item first appeared in the want and columns a dozen or More of our friends called up to Tell us about it and this morning we received a number of clippings through the mails. So it appears that the want ads Are being read. Please accept our thanks. Respectfully Osar Brewer by associated press leased wire Yale Field new Haven conn., Ort. 14.�?Iowa Defeated Yale this afternoon by a store of 6 to 0. The game took Paramount interest of any Gridiron contest staged today. It was brother against brother and the iowan demonstrated his superiority by the narrowest of margins. In the first half the teams played about even. Neither Side being Able to score. In the second a series of line plunges and end runs enabled Iowa to approach within striking distance of the Yale goal and superhuman Effort finally put the Ball Over. The Yale bowl seating about 75,000 people was less than half filled today when teams started the first test of the season Between Western conference Gridiron prowess and that of the big three of the East. An overcast sky he indications that the Sun might appear at any moment. A brisk Breeze blew diagonally across the Gridiron. Iowans take la and Iowa led Yale by six to nothing when the second period of their football game had been finished today. Iowa made a much More impressive showing than the score indicates constantly threatening Yale a goal Only to have fumbles or penalties prevent More scoring. As an Index of Lowa s powerful offence the figures show that during the first two periods of 24 minutes actual play Iowa earned first Down five times while Yale failed to do so once. Iowa completed three Forward passes for a pain of 44 Yards. Ale completed none. Iowa a touchdown came shortly after the second period with Iowa having a first Down 20 Yards from Yale a goal. Tho touchdown play was an end run of eight Yards by Parkin who with Locke made Long gains through Yale a Middle and flanks throughout the two periods. Fails at drop Rick Yale had a scoring Opportunity Early in the first period because of a Fumble but Wright failed in his attempt to kick a Field goal when Iowa a line proved too Strong and Alert for rushe3 or Forward passes. Minnich failed in an attempt at a Field goal from the Middle of the Field but his Superior punting helped to put Iowa in scoring position. Tho first part of the third period was a repetition of the second with both la to and Yale resorting to a kicking game with occasional Short gains by line plunges. Neither was Able to gain consistently through the line. Ireen replaced Quaile at left tackle for Yale when the latter twisted his knee and had to be carried from the Field. Stops Parkins Kush at the beginning Cruikshank stopped Parkins Rush after the latter had gained four Yards. Locke added four More on a plunge out Side the Yale left tackle. The plunging Iowa Captain made it first Down on Iowa a 4 2 Yard line and Parkins slipped through Quaile close to Midfield. Captain Locke then Laid the Ball directly on the Center Field line in a smash at Landis position. Locke failed to gain and Minnick punted Over Yale s goal line. When Tho Blue lined up on its own 20 Yard line Wright punted to Parkin who was throw by Eddy on Iowa a 28 Yard line. Lovejoy Here replaced Landis at Center for Yale. The Hawk eyes gathered for a Short conference before they put the Ball in play and on the first scrimmage Diller stopped Locke dead. Parkin next escaped the left end of the Yale line but was stopped by Eddy min Nioko a punt was partly Blocke and Cochran picked up the Ball and was thrown immediately onto was a 43 Yard line. Wright from i a punt formation plunged through Between Thompson and Minnick for a six Yard gain. Left. Half Back Miller was knocked out in the play but after being sponge off was Able to resume. Yale make first Down Neidlinger from another kick formation ripped through outside of Thompson for Yale a first Down of the game. The Ball being no Iowa a 31 Yard line. He added four Yard son a similar dash at Center. Yale was spreading its line wide and puzzling Iowa with Short plunges from kick and Forward passes formation. Wright peeked up 2 Yards Between Minnick and Thompson and followed with another Quick crash which gave Yale first Down on Iowa s 21 Yard line. Cochran in an old fashioned line plunge at Kritz gained two Yards but a poor pass. Lovejoy to Cochran resulted in a Fumble. Cochran falling on the Ball on the Hawkeye 25 Yard line. Wright tried a Forward pass we hich was partly intercepted and fell to the ground uncompleted. It was fourth Down and Wright standing on Iowa s 35 Yard line failed in an attempted Field goal the Ball twisting to the left of the goal Post. From his 20 Yard line. Where the Ball was put in play Locke made two Yards before Mallory stood him on his head. Diller next stopped the Iowa Captain a Yard gain Minnick was forced to punt. Yale Fumble Yale fumbled on the first line up and a half dozen Iowa forwards fell on it. Diller stopped Locke after a two Yard gain from Yale a 55 Yard line. Mallory spilled Perkin in an attempted Circle of Yale a left Wing and Park in a Short Forward pass rolled Over the Side lines. It was fourth Down and Iowa s Ball on Yale a 35-Yard line. Minnick failed at a Field goal the Ball being Low and barely Clearing the line. On the lineup Wight pinned from Bis ten Yard line. The bal finally rolling to Iowa s 25 Yard line. Where Parkin was spilled by Hulman. Captain Locke plunged his Way through Yale a line for to Yards As the period ended. Advance benefits 151,911 Rel Roar work Erst de \ do h k broken by associated press leased wire Chicago. Iii., Ort. 14.�?the Railroad labor Board granted two rents an hour increase to 451.911 members of the United brotherhood of maintenance of Way employees and Railroad shop workers. The increase effects four of the nine classes of maintenance employees. As classified in its previous decision. No. 1.038 effective last july. The increase will amount to an additional $22,125,000 in the wage Blit of the nation s railroads. The average minimum wage under the new Doris Ion will Range from 23 to 37 cents an hour. Liong deadlock ended the decision came after ten Days of deadlock among the Board manage ment in which Ben w Hooper chairman of the Board and a member of the Public group succeeded today in obtaining a majority in favor of Tho increase. The two cent increase was proposed by the Public group hut not until the accession of w. L. Moment men of the labor Grout and Samuel gins. Of the Railroad representation was the derision lot an increase made possible. The mileage represented by the 16 roads which include the great Northern and Chicago. Burlington and Quincy aggregated 55.916. In addition to these roads numerous others Are negotiating agreements with associations of their own employees. New order unaffected with the organization of company unions on the i roads the Federated railway shop crafts whose official name is the railway employees department of the american federation of labor which directed the nationwide shop men a strike which started july i Are without recognition or representation so far As the 16 roads Are concerned. The Pennsylvania Railroad the largest of All the roads which have made agreements with new organizations o in ploy is is not included in the list. That system having begun such Neontia Tiosh before the strike. Tile Pennsylvania refused both to recognize tile Federated unions or to abide by the wage decisions of the labor Board still is in litigation with the Board. Pennsylvania is ordered to Send cars West in t or state Tom me a it e body moves to help producers Oyer Northwest by of Ocla cd Presa leased who Minneapolis. Minn. Fat it. 14-�?the Pennsylvania Railroad a ordered by the interstate Commerce commission to Send its foreign cars. Either loaded or unloaded to Northwest Points according to Minnesota Railroad and warehouse commission. This action was taken following repeated applications urging the need of empty Box cars in Minnesota to move t he vast crop of potato a in this state. Although the Fedora order will somewhat relieve the situation the number of cars which will Rome into the state and the result of the action will not be Large to take care of the needs. Or. Jacobson said. The number of cars coming into the state from that source the commissioner said will probably be from 25 to too daily. Woman appeals to gov. Edwards mrs. Hall executive to name special agent to probe murders by As ski a Ted Presa leased wire new Brunswick. N. A get. 14 a investigation of clues to the murder of the Rev. Edward Wheeler Hall and mrs. Eleanor Reinhardt Mills choir Leader continued today under three separate agencies pending word from governor Edwards. Mrs. Frances Stevens Hall widow of the slain Rector yesterday re Quested the governor to designate a state official to direct the inquiry mrs. Hall s request forwarded to the state capital at Trenton was in the form of a letter by her attorney. Timothy n. Pfeiffer. The tactics of officials conducting the investigation were criticized severely by or. Pilfer. Both prosecutor Joseph Strieker a Middlesex and prosecutor Beekman of Somerset county expressed willingness to give Way to a state official should the government name a Man to handle the inquiry. Stat troopers. Who have been on the scene for two weeks have been hampered in their work while the cur official have been guilty of a Burking mrs. Halls counsel wrote governor Edward. Greeks accept protocol terms diction of hellenism government is transmitted to Powers today South Dakota aggie hold baders scoreless Camp Randall wig., oct. 14.�?Wisconsin. Failed to score on the South Dakota aggie during the first Quarter which was fought out on the i visiting teams territory. After continued on Page six by associated pre leased wire constantinople. Oct. 14 a the formal acceptance by the greeks of the Eudania armistice agreement a transmitted to All the Signac in Powers this afternoon by George Simopoulos. The greek High commissioner in Constantine
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