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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - September 2, 1922, Mitchell, South Dakota
The evening Republican third edition vol. Xxxviii. Mitchell South Dakota saturday september 2, 1922 number 286owens Battles cracks men America is to blame for ills abroad House la. S. Certain to take part soon in world rehabilitation by associated press leased wire Washington d. sept. 2�?american participation in the discussion of world rehabilitation problems is Harding faces supreme test of leadership Shell be a miss Johnstown in pageant at Atlantic City it a Tiff j it a j # i Ini a Sirius son s r ormer advisor inevitable Quot at some future time if president has wide Power in Back from Europe says conditions there Are bad no cure All he says was said late yesterday at the White i House although president Harding was represented As still feeling that the time had not yet come for the a United states to take part in the eco he a willing to wait Case of strikes even without new Bills p0 0m colonel is certain Tai at col nomic discussions now proceeding i Mai a will have to it a at some time soon abroad Liat s wrong with Europe what a the prescription to cure her a these questions were put by Milton Bronner. London correspondent of Nea service to colonel it. M. House. Colonel House is an american who ought to know a great Deal about foreign affairs Ais confidential advisor of i president Wilson he made repeated trips to enough Europe during the War. Talking with men who were making history he was Wilson so Iglus hand Man at the peace con Renoo and he has renewed hts w Ith Europe sin a Rel times since tip War. Now colonel House is on his Way Home after a summer spent n studying world problems Over a Here. In this interview with Bronner he gives the judgment of lits studies. Pepper thinks. Hard Coal War is nearing end Sullivan. However says Zero Hoer for at to on is now i Osk at h and Pennsylvania senator predicts St rift will be Over in in few Days by Mark Sullivan National political correspondent of tile Mitchell exiling Republican Ami the new York evening Post Washington d. C., sept. 2 copy right 1 922 by the Mitchell evening j Republican and the new York evening Post up is now a question of s pm Quot j the relation Between the president j and Congress or. Harding would j like to have certain legislation -1 sed looking to possible contingencies arising out of strikes. A he has asked i Congress to give him legislation. That sentence expresses it too strongly. It 135 associated press i Yea Sec wire would be More accurate to say that Philadelphia pa., sept. 2 pre Harding has let Congress know that diction by United states senator Pep 1 be regards it As desirable that this per that the Anthracite mine sus gestation should he passed. He has pension will be settled today and 1 a so let the Public know the same general expressions of belief among thing. Close observers of the situation that thereafter it is up to Congress Al before night resumption of the joint so 11 in to the Public to make a peace negotiations Between Union i noise behind Congress if the Public leaders and mine operators is Likely i thinks Congress ought to pass this marked the beginning of the 155th legislation for or. Harding the London eng. Sept. 2�?�?oeurope is Day of the struggle i president has no immediate intention j in a worse condition now than it was a while the strike is not. I Asfar a flaking use of the legislation on last year Quot As the actual mining of Coal is con 1 the contrary he would refrain from that is the judgment of colonel e. J corned said senator Pepper caking use of it until circumstances m House one time unofficial Ambas the tendency appears to me to be should absolutely compel him to by met ton Bronner gun fight staged on Cassels Hill Chase renewed in City Uter Trio supposed to be same that robbed Mina Bank this week robbers re appear in Mitchell crash into links car and then make strange disappearance in spite of drag net thrown out ador to Europe. A has made an favourable to an Early he had Hopes a continued based upon his Contact yesterday with both sides that when the operators met again today. Their unanimity of sentiment combined with that of he would refrain longer than any other president we have had in Manj years. Harding is patient or. Harding is a patient mar he will practice patience right up to the All summer study of what a terms a very sick and there is no Silt cure no Nan Ecea no Patent cure All a aloofness. Can to be optimistic a it in not very easy to be optimism settlement cd about sick Europe a condition Quot the hard Coal operators were sex Eaid colonel House a when one con petted to determine at their meeting riders the chaos of Russia the Hope today whether they have had the of nines and seizure of railroads Al uss despair of Austria the collapse a Public mandate which they demand i a s has been and still is a Remote of the German Mark and the appear j de in their state ment of thursday �?�1 outcome of these strikes ent Drifting apart of France and eng whether the mine leaders also were the miners would result. In a speedy eleventh hour. He will practice it i to the eleventh and a half hour. On j 1> at the twelfth hour will he do the drastic thing that is who seizure i / further than this. President hard and Over Gorman reparation j to meet among themselves today Quot had a Law Repp acting Man. He has merits not been definitely ascertained hut i re spec for the Laws governing him und stand it was planned they would. Johnstown. A will he known of More than the famous flood and the More re ent flow of or after the Beauty pageant is held at Atlantic Cit. Miss Velman Ziegler voted the prettiest girl in Johnstown will be a miss Johnstown in the pageant. A France s position is Able. More the in any other nation she needs two things Cash and safety. Vast. Sums Arn eded to a pair War damage to territory which she Aion has had to end. A and franc Aion looks across an imaginary Boundary line. Face to far with a Germany so fear with or Ever growing population her industrious workmen her factories and farms intact France fears a Germany Bent on a War of revenge things would have been different j for France for Germany and for the Poincare wants new conference i self and his officers As much As for j All other Laws believing that re j i Gard for the Law is at a1 times the. I safeguard of democracy and that at i 1 the present Tim respect for the Law is called for to a Peculiar extent be a i Lieving that. President Harding wants to take pains to be meticulous about the Laws that limit himself and his officers Thatje to Why he take the position that Congress should give him government augments Force of men to enforce injunction Granter in big railway strike by associated press i eased wire picketing in any manner by it Chicago. Ill sept. 2 a the govern to circulars Telegram Telephone Fri of it Premier Vrr Anre the necessary authority for seizing a of acted swiftly upon the heels of j messages word of Mouth or by int a session to dem with re mines or railroads if some turn of the injunction Ai Tion yesterday in a jews encouraging any person to leave ii arts k scr Tui j events should make that move Neres which United states attorney goner the employee of a Railroad or to Rhau i sary. A1 Daugherty obtained a temporary i Frain entering such employ. Unc Tion which prohibits the Orrik a a Bering or Obs True my Arv a i Roosevelt planned action injun a Iii world at Large if to t Nita stat Quot Ltd associated press leaded wire the Var Many persons who think ors from interfering in any Way with Way. Fli Dering inspect top chair or and Britain had honoured the signs a Paris France. Sept. 2.�?the French that the president of the United operation of the railroads equipment of Loco Riv a or cars Turs of their representatives. Franc government in reply to the recent Cir states has this Power anyhow and i noises of the temporary enjoining a expiring or agreeing to cinder would have been free from fears if Cular note sent out by the Earl of that he does not need legislation from order and the pending hearing sep. Railroads in the transportation of these two nations had signed the j Balfour As acting Secretary of for Congress or. Roosevelt. When v Iether la in Federal District court 1 Hief of police e. E. Owens staged a gun Battle Early last evening on Cassem a Hill with three men. Who believed to have robbed the Mina 3 a. Bank Early this week. In spite of the fact that a number of shots j were fired at close Range the chief. Was uninjured. Or. Owens believes he wounded the Driver of the bandits Earth Battle ended As suddenly As it began when the chief who was alone was forced to seek shelter from the Leaden storm the cracks men a Ontina j a to pour at him while or. Owens j hurried to the Tobin farm at the foot of the Hill to Telephone for ass distance the bandits fled. They a i geared later in Mitchell apparently trying to get away to the West. At j Sanborn and first Avenue their car collided with a Blick car driven by e link former Dakota Wesleyan football Star. The Trio of bandits was forced to desert their machine they fled in the dark although a drag net was immediately put out by the polio. They were not seen again. San hold up on Road Ray Phillips How Ever returning from it. Vernon probably an hour after the collision at Sanborn and j first Avenue reported that a had seen a Ford touring ear which w is driving East held up by two armed i in two mils West of bits. Or. Phillips hurried to Mitchell to give the alarm. Yesterday afternoons gun Battle Between the chief and the robber suspects was spectacular. A strange car. Bearing Brown county numbers was j seen Early yesterday morning parked j on the far East Side before a hous. Which the police have had occasion to watch in the past All Day the officers kept their eyes on the car. Late in the afternoon As chief Owens was gain driving towards the House. Thre men came out got in the car and started East. Chief follows car the chief followed them and rasped to in on the Cassem Grad running ahead of them. A stopped his own car and forced the Driver of the Ford to Stop likewise Owens told the Driver a wanted to search the car. The latter asked the chief if he had a search warrant was not necessary search warrant a not necessary. When the chief reached inside the Tonneau of the car. Which was heavily loaded with clothing bed Rolls and pact guaranteeing her from German j sign affairs dealing with an inter was president believed that he had it a were served list night on John aggression she would have been in i National settlement of debts and rep the Power. Under similar conditions i Scott Secretary treasurer of the rail Enders property and mails. Interfering with employees going to or a a turning from work by displays Coal receipts a different Frame of mind about German reparations. As it is. She feels that so cannot reduce the Siz of her a Rev expensive As it could have univ d or it or Al House declared that Germany s most statesmanlike and most farsighted in of affairs told him Las year How much they regretted that America and England did not a ism the pact to protect France a rations on Tho basis of a general indeed the less menacing conditions of i a a it employees department of the a Quot Quot us me a a a re Lse hrs cancellation of inter Allied indebted the Mal strike of in or Roosevelt j american federation of Jabor. A s of violence. Opprobrious Ness and a reduction in German rep full intended to Veire the Anth act Quot disappear a Quot mar it 1 Lul it Naea to a in Conini Amiret b m Jewell head of the railway i loitering at or near places of in actions Point out the necessity of mines of his own initiative. A conference for general consider j he was tugging in the Harv to Emp of department and a know srm and egress for employees. Trespassing on the premises of any Tion of War debt at which will he i a a a Ledger Leader of the strike could not in it a Ooi ions without a a to i l a be found by Deputy United states i Rad or any other pin except Quot Lreh a a a in without asking embody s Advt. Marshal ,ni1 hot b of prevailed to i tenth no Hue Tenor my a Matt caption. Interested in the settlement and carefully concealing his intention Daviv rhe building that or of 1 to come to transact business of such obligation. J from everyone except one Man. Or. J a Weil was seeking to evade service 1 teeing any injury or a oilily harm to until such a conference is held. Roosevelt in the role of commander pm Hundred subpoenas. Or notices an it employee of a Railroad franc it is declared in the not for in Chi of of the army summoned Gen o the temporary order and hearing Quot 1 re to the by fish go it a rement eral Scofield and told him to hold a pro being printed last night and Aio Lexi fat in rail strike at lakes head Are increasing the germans Felt that such a last night \a.11 be unable to Gie himself and the army in readiness to were to be received at the Federal part would have eased the situation j define indication to the creditor fake Over the Anthracite mines and building this morning. Mer than 250 Between Germany and France he t Powers As to the payment of the operate them As a receiver would. Individuals officers and Aid of Leaden d a that it would have led to a debts she contracted during the War. I this sort of action is repugnant to j is of six showmen s unions who 75.doo tons Mark initial Shu. Meats by Fly k in shortage is forecast mucker restoration of Europe Quot Germany in colonel houses Opin in. Lost her strongest Man in the As nation of Walter Rathenau. I Nch Isicc kid by cof it order Chicago. 111. Sept a while Reid restrictions were placed by the injunction granted the United states the note which is signed by pro president Harding. He thinks that i 300,000 members went on strike july government yesterday on All Partick Mier Poincare draws a distinction one of the great dangers of a demo i the railway employ yes department Panis in the nationwide shop men Between the debt to England and crack lies in officials arbitrarily step 1 and 120 system federation through i strike report of violence continue that to the United states. After sex Ping beyond the Bounds of their con j out the country or named. To a received to i cuisine the Nonos a cancel i Brainin tha Bart of the debt to am Stith tonal authority. To refrain con some 5 500 Deputy United states j Ohp ast twp nov four hours Dvo a h discussing the proposer cancel Erica was contracted after the Arm scent loudly from the exercise of and marshals throughout the Rountry fire. Of 1 fewer outrage than Dav in j ready to receive the subpoenas and Flat in proceeding pm on local federation coh 1 Ion of inter Allied debts a said a eth in in Rafiu u 1 a a. Istee through the Purchase of Sui authority not clearly within his pre Rady to hat and goes a to plus War stocks and therefore was Roga Tive probably has been regarded a Rve that s pc be con i arc a the Arm Lastice through the Purchase of1 by president Harding As being a and Snail Selven France the guarantees so wanted it is possible that some plan round have been worked out at \ Ersa lies which would a ave helped to a a a Ihil ize finances and yet would not a crippled any country. Among r h r things it would have beep pos i i to work out in con d and that in All jus it should .�?� fan have it both Way Crynn House would make no pre re on about the league of nation a a ultimate course he said other individual Union Lead surplus War stocks and therefore was larger fundamental contribution top a mimed in the injunction suit. Regarded As a purely commercial that Public Good than the More spec i .ii1?,?01 transaction the Premier continues i tabular things he might readily do of it a in Row Aeo m in Witham doubt for the remainder with a Good a at of popular approx or Vine a he a Inott Ortlon not tco upon of the debt to America the same a1 from a Public mind excited by an Union leaders reasoning applies As for the other emergency. Further than thi. For Union Headquarters or working sum that her War on actions of France. But it other reasons seizure of some mines at the a usual hour today and with a cannot let a forgotten nevertheless that or of some railroads never has been Parent activity. The i muted states entered the War and is not now part of the immediate officials of the shop crafts assert without her existence being directly program for dealing with the strike cd the order would have no effect on menaced to defend with or Honor in spite of the flood of talk on this continuance of the strike in a state the principles upon which Oivi Liza Point for two months past. There has ment issued by the executive Council Tion is based wiil England like i never been much in it. Nevertheless of the railway employees department f Ranc. Fought to safeguard not on it i the strikes and especially the rail of the american federation of labor. High lights included the derailing of a big four train at Brownsville. In where a woman pass Nger was injured bombing of the Horn of a Railroad shop Foreman at Little Rock. Ark., Ai plot to dynamite property of the Louisiana and Arkansas railway at Bentley la., an attempt to Derat a big four train at Marion. Ohio. Derailment of the Palmetto limited on the Atlantic coast line near Tampa. Fla., and an attempt to blow up a Bride Over the Guya hoga River in Ohio. Department of Justice operative denied a nationwide raid on Radical be a problem of the next few her Independence but her territory Road strike have now reached a Point strike leaders pledged to Aid by their i War contemplated As a result of i i _ a _ _. A i. A a a a my in twit. A a. M a of m of of Ark a of f a i i a Quot. I heavy Rains Check n. 0. Threshing work years. I but there i or sure headed. By can to have it both ways. I to turn our Back upon Europe and j ii league we the n have no right to complain if. As a result of Thun of to a co. Dit on in Europe we find to de crippled and Many of our by associated pro teased wire people out of work. A g a dlr some fashion America sooner or tor will have to help to restore Nort where this step must be considered a every Power a enforce Nen of the in Junction against a lawlessness and in connection with the strike Froni the White House came the declaration that the Federal government will not Stop with the restraining order if it find a other Steps Are attorney general Daugherty arrive i noun Ceil a a esterday petition he declared principle we As a the sur. A Primacy of the govern Harding will not assume Niento of the United he deaf least in the licht of a final contingency. This being so. Or. Flaring think it is desirable for go Grecs give him the necessary authority so that he can be it if the a should arise. He has told this to Congress. Fut at closures and arrests in in hic ago in connection with alleged we Reck plots. Today baseball National league world the War mad it Nevit pose i that after it was ended there heavy rain yesterday . J Congress i 11 Only two great Powers As the rain which hit the state took leadership of one he will not dared the injunction was not aimed j not about eight before the War Tho aspects of a cloudburst in two Are America and Britain Many sections. Reports of heavy use a club Over Congress. He will a Union labor and that the action was not use his patronage to Bridge con necessary to the preservation of the n Carmot iring about order in Raj s were received from Larimore Fie will not use his position to unions themselves world single handed America Langdon. Lakota. Grafton and p d Britain working together can pm threaten Congress. What injunction does first Gam Philadelphia. Hot 020 oat a 6 i Boston o0a 00x�?3 12 0 Hubbell and Henline Cooney and Gowdy. Ii a game in. Al 002 ojo�?4 3 1 new York. Too 000 loo�?2 6 i Reuther and Dezerry his j. By associated press leased wire Duluth. Minn., set. 2.-�?seventy-five thousand tons of Coalar Enro Ute to the Duluth Superior Harbor vessel men reported today. One vessel arrived yesterday with fuel and another is due today. Eight other Coal Laden ships Are expected to arrived by monday night. This 1? the first Coal to be received Here in any Quantity this season. Only Nineteen vessels arrived in port with Uel during the last month As compared with 155 vessels in August. 1921, according to major fulfil Marks of the local United state engineers office. Major Marks estimates that there is a total shortage of 7.228,41 a tons at the head of the lakes. More ships a being chartered daily to bring fuel Here. It is reported and if shipment continue like those Enro Ute the Northwest will have an adequate fuel Supply for the Winter ves Sejmen estimated. The two heaviest shipping months a ahead if the fuel is available there will be plenty of ships to bring it to the head of the lakes Vess Eimen said Anthracite is scarce As Only 9.000 tons were brought Here in August and no hard Coal arrived during the months of May and june. Anthracite receipts for the season total 25,525 tons while 556.500 ton of soft Coal have arrived. F or the last five years Coal shipments to the head of the lakes up to september i have never fallen below 3.998.846 tons last year nearly 8.ooo.ooo tons had been received Here by september i. Baggage the first thing be found we at a Jug of Moonshine liquor. He then ordered the Driver of the Ford to turn round and go bark to the City with him. It in fire of Owens at this juncture the third Man in the car. Sitting to the right of the Driver in the front sent took matter i in his own hands. Swinging quickly on chief Owens and leaning toward the left hand Sid of the car. He levelled a huge .44 calibre revolver at the chief and commanded a stick pm up. Kids. The chief raised his arms a a entry to comply with the request but As ii did so the Man in the car caught sight of the Sun glinting the Barre of the chiefs a we High a hid carried in i Hull and a immediately opened fir. The chief quickly stepped behind the raised top of car and so Hoot Lutt through the Back Flap returned in kind. The chief was shooting a .32 automatic. Advantage was about even bet Ween the two. Owens stood behind the car and she fitly Down Hill almost out of sight Othi assailant. Flik while the Uphill advantage remained with the Bandit to Natl to shoot by Guss because he could no tse the chief through that a a Flap. Bullet to in the car body Ani the Hack flan of the car whim were in a direct line with the no Ilion the Bandit in the front seat must l a occupied testify to the accuracy of the chief s aim but it is to possible to Tell whether any of the shots actually struck their target when Owens had finished empty a ing his gun. He stood there Facie the three men All of whom were armed. Neither of the other two had taken part in the shooting up to this Tim and Owens with an Enid gun and no More so turned and hurried around the curve to Tobinus to Call tor assists Nee suspects make getaway As soon As he disappeared the suspects started their car and drove rapids away. It was believed according to reports received at the police head quarters that they took a by Road and hid until dark for when policeman Edwards in a third it r took the Road failed to find than. Although he drove to Bridgewater in a Effort to Pik up their Trail it was nearly 19 31 p in when the car. Which Bor the same numbers As re on Owens Chi de. Suddenly careened into Sanborn Avenue from f first Avenue and roused into the link car tank says As the crash occurred three men jumped from the f Ord and disappeared in the Shadow. Of the Alley Between first and second avenues. They were. A thought Ca tying guns. Link Hurri a to the police station and g we the alarm and though a posse was immediately organized no further Trace of the fugitives was found. Ther seems to be ome doubt As to whether or not the men whom Phillips reported As holding up a car on that. Vernon Road or the men with whom Owens fought and who ran into the link car. Sonic Bank Money found baggage in the car which was deserted after the link collision gives evidence that the occupants of Tbs car undoubtedly were the Mina robber. Two or three Rolls of Nickles and dimes bearing the Mina Bank stamp were found in one travelling bag taken from the car. In another bag were heavily loaded shells charged with Thierh explosive powder and loaded with Buckshot apparently used for charges in a sawed off Shotgun. Laundry Marks of a pc. were on collars and shirts and a letter addressed to Arthur Volin Mitchell s. Do a and stamped aug. 8. Was found in the pocket of one coat. Silk shirts silk socks and several suits of clothes were also found in the car. But All Marks of identification had been removed two Straw hats bearing the imprint of a local clothing or Frise were in the car. In fact. Officials say there was ample evidence that the men were making Mitchell their Headquarters and had been living Here for some time. Herrin jurors Are Given rest Morf indictments in Massa Rek i ase Mav of found \ Ftp r labor Day Bina county Williston reports a rainfall of 1 2 Inch tax Cut Here seems Likely blunders City Council meets tuesday to a Frame Levy tor coming twi Lye months m it their City tax Levy for 192 3 a i1 be made at the regular meeting of a City Council to be held tues-<1 in evening. R finance committee of the City uni i has been working on the a v the coming year for some time and will present their findings to the Council for ratification. The inane committee of the Council in nude to w. Broa Horn. F. W. Rock and Louis Beckwith this Vearus Levy will be for the foil in twelve month period instead a for a year and four months As j necessary last year because of change in the stat Law the As valuation of City property is j Ertly lower this it ear than in 1921, there is expected to be a decrease in tax a. The number of Mills levied 11 probably be the same As be 9re however according to a statement from City authorities today. New Cavern blocks Shaft in Argonaut briefly and in effect the injunction Barnes and Snyder. Restrains striking showmen their Lead a line Lurati. 474 0 is and agents from j to Huragt a a. Ooi 0 Donohue and Wingo Kauffmann. J Osborn. Stueland. And o Farr i second Gam Philadelphia. No of Boston. 000 a to one Farmer dead one injured when train strikes car bitter fighting Breaks out again in Dublin streets Wein it and it is Braxton. A Namara and of Neill Broo Klynoot 444 20 new York. 000 not of Cadore mar Roux. And Millers Ott. And league by associate d press teased wire Uon a. In. <fcp�.2-dum.n my in to till Impink. 1ast Oricht through its worst night Oft it men Quot of fighting sin the surrender of the St Louis. 040 0 a # j irregulars Early in july says an eve-1 Detroit. 010 i Ning news dispatch from Dublin j Kolp and so red Oldham. John by associated press Trascy wire attempt to construct a i Iff Uura tucked pm a on of Calcao by Assoc Fred press teased wire Winona. Min sent. 2 a Carll be. Fit. Farmer. Near Midway. Galesburg. I. Probably was fatally injured when the automobile in which they or Riding a struck by a northbound Burlington passenger train near or at 3 a in today. Mrs. Vincent. 65. Sustained a broken Arm. While miss Marie i see 2 5 daughter of the dead Man. Escaped injury the part was on is Way to Minneapolis to visit relatives a of the Vincents and attend the stat fair. Marion 111 kept. 2.�?with the closing of today ? session the grand jury investigating the Herrin min War will end its first week and take a recess until tuesday. Though no direct information a been obtainable a to when More indictments might a made known it is generally a Liev who i conducting the Inver tight loft Mats will a held off until after Tabor Day. The announcement yesterday of attorney general Edward j. Brundage for further arrests be issued in the that Federal operative a guarding the Horn.? of suspects has Given Rise for the belief other indictments would a mad known quickly and Capi ases for further arrests be issued in the event any suspects would try to get Awny Jackson a Alif see ? a Aranoth re Quot a afternoon a it a <1tarhments in and Bas or. Too too Tho ->509 foot level will take Placa i stat troops All Over the City and. Cleveland. Joo too today if an Effort to establish an firing continued until today Alk Bone and of air relay from the adjacent Kennedy Lur Iii Fri i Workings to the a sonata Minet to weather report first a my Aid in Rescue work and to Force fresh air into lower Levels of the Argonaut Why is this wrong the answer will be found among today a want ads. What Quot Blunder do you Sugs Alt where 4 7 men have been entombed since sunday night. While there a no let up in Rescue efforts the belief was growing that the imprisoned miners have perished. A muffled Roar from the Depths of the Argonaut Shaft was heard last night by Rescue Crews and it a thought the blast meant another Cave in around the 4,000 foot Dve above the subterranean Tunnel where the miners were imprisoned. New York. 050 200 f>04�?ll 14 2 1 Philadelphia too 023 010�? 6 to 6 South Dakota a generally fair to Mays Jones and Shang Naylor night and sunday not much chang1 Himach and Ferkins druggy. In temperature. 1 first Gam weather Outlook for the week be Boston. Too too 02a�?3 5 i ginning monday Washington. Too too ooo�?0 4 2 Region of the great lakes a Ner Ferguson and Ruel Brillheart. Ally fair and Normal temperature. F Rio son. And Gharrity. But with probability of local showers second game latter part of week. New York. Of 0 upper Mississippi and lower Mia i Philadelphia. 010 3 soul Ujj Leya generally fair and nor j Shawkey and Shang Hasty and i Perkins Mal temperature. The Republican will not Issue monday on monday september 4, there will be no editions of tile Republican printed because of the Legal Holiday. Labor Day. Winers strike when Herrin company bars cars Row property by associated press leased wire Herrin Iii., sept 2�?six Hundred miners employed at min no j 2. Of the Madison Coal corporation went on strik today when company officials refused to allow some of Tho men. Who returned to work in automobiles to Park their oars inside of a for which a loses the mimic. The apr Vious a had been Given the privilege of parking their machines within the enclosure no reason a Given for the company a action
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