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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - September 8, 1922, Mitchell, South Dakota
The evening Republican third edition vol. Xxxviii. Mitchell South Dakota Friday september 8, 1922 number 290 peace Hope select set rules Congress is charge so Knight Ohio declares he will quit politicians run nation and Congress has ceased to be deliberative body says few run nation kaon editor says windjammers i let wants to get Back to use de work by Nea service Akron o., sept. 8 copyright 10 2 2 a a the evening Republican a Quot to Hose who Are urging me to recons<1-�?� r my purpose to retire from con i wish to Ray this i am con to need that i am wholly out barony with the spirit and purpose that Tow prevail at this was the explanation his announced intention quitting confess. Given in an interview Here by a e present at i pc Charles l. Knight. Ember from the Lith Ohio District and now serving his first term bolted party in 19 . Who is publisher the Akron i Beacon journal has been eminent in Republican party poli cd in recent years he bolted the a sular Republican ranks to support Theodore Roosevelt at the end the a left administration he was offered the nomination for Congress in 1 12 by both progressives and re gears but declined. In 1914 he was a med a member the Republican Pate Central committee. He was a Legate to the National convention in 1916 Knight was a candidate for Ohio in the August Prim. A s this yen by was defea>.?j Tbs a by Ca Thompson a was a i n.4 an end sern in j a it the admin s ran a a a i Alf d a wbk tiemans to rating for the nation he stated contrary to popular belief Oon mess has ceased to be a Dobber in Quot Odd. In is Are brought in under a pee Mlivic Shieh aether shuts Debute and the Rig amendment. Oil confines Moi. Action to those let cd a Hie in i no a i Lowed to . I Ai Umei a Quot us the i Oor to to e t it if Bill . S in wore a men a v p wee to d Means committee that framed it. This was one the reasons Why i toted against it no place tor thinker the Bonus Bill imposing a Burden ref five billions the people the out re was passed Undril a i us which prohibited All amendments and j it Only four hours debate. Filer such conditions the Man who a refer my to his own la Ink. Cd and a a a ally bus any constructive ideas has in place in Congress it is True he May essay the old to an obstructionist but even at this in can Only accomplish a further Aste Lime by forcing futile loll alls no member can get a Bill be a Arp the Houe unless the rules committee permits it not even an investigation the most flagrant aude can be considered by the House in less the same rules committee will 11 Low it. A to useful a Ork Quot the Woodruff Resolution concerning War contracts is still fresh in the Peoples mind in other words. A Quot Ember is perfectly helpless unless is willing to play the game the readers. Who. Of course represent the Rill the administration. The Republican party Ohio both at the primaries and the state convert Lon. Give a Blanket endorse a int to the administration policies. Therefore consider that i have no get to try to obstruct to criticize ase policies until the people at the i a election pass judgment upon i 11 pm therefore there is nothing that i a do As a congressman except pos i i la to appoint postmasters and i Vyp no conspicuous Genius for that a i thine All the important out ii e business my District Likely before the expiration my is been disposed with a a % options and As soon As i can Rios these up i shall get out for Good g just an Ordinary successful Man. And used to getting re Phout win jamming i have v. Cd that i have neither the Art a he patience the statesman f want to get Back to useful a two justices High court May quit soon one Man Hurt when Aberdeen racers at fair co into Spil heir i3 not i i Cando cos con Rossman except possibly appoint postman Rev by associated Tress leased wire Aberdeen s. To. Kept 8 a in a Field 2b starters in the first Day i automobile racing at the Tri state pair yesterday five cars crashed through the Fence in a reckless desire for Speed hut Only one Man j a seriously Hurt. A. S Halls Ortonville had his shoulder it Isle i rated when he and Frank Kuehn Sioux Falls tangled at a turn where no policy is involved Kuehn broke his jaw in a crash j i july 4 the Best time for the mile was 1 05 4-5 by Schraeder Cedar Harding then will have appointment five members supreme Bench i i he Bonus Bill was passed d under a Lido which prohibits Czyl amendments Charles l. Knight greek rout is Complete evacuation Asia minor near armistice possible by associated press leased wire Smyrna sept 8�?Only an Eye wit turks take cassava Adana. Asia minor sept 8 a the town cassava about 25 Miles from Smyrna has been occupied by Turk greek Cabinet Falls Athens. Greece. Sept. 8.�?succumb Ness can realize the extent the disaster to the greek army an army 150.000 men Well organized and equipped. Has been transformed in less than two weeks into a virtual band refugees. An official turkish statement say 400 greek officers and 10.000 men have been captured since the offence ish cavalry was launched together with Doo Moj an Angora dispatch assents that tor trucks. 350 guns and a million i the greek Northern army composed Rounis artillery ammunition. J three divisions has been Annit the greek loss morale is Illus lated and its regiments made Pris rated by the reported refusal a owners battalion Reso rushed litre from Athens to disembark. A contingent senegalese which arrived yesterday a French transport also did not land owing it was said to some disagreement. Turks ravage country the whole Smyrna hinterland has been ravaged by the turks and refugees continue to pour into the j City by the thousands. A turkish air plane yesterday flew Over the 1 town and dropped pamphlets announcing the a Complete liberation Asir a number american destroyers Are anchored in the Harbor which with its concentration warships All the Powers resembles the scene a huge naval pageant the greek troops have up positions the outskirts the City. More arrests Are made for mine massacre additional indictments Mill forthcoming Brundage declares today by associated prow i cased wire Marion 111. Sept 8, a Vith four adj Dit ional men in jail Here today a Harg cd with murder in thirty eight new i indictments issued by the grand jury in connection with the investigation Tho strip none killings near Herrin sheriff Melvin Thaxton and his special deputies were out today searching for the rest those indicted i the four new prisoners Are leva i Mann Miner Herrin Charles to Gers. Miner Herrin. Philip Fon Tanetta Miner Marion and James i Brown a negro Deputy sheriff Colp a Small mining settlement Northwest Herrin in addition to these was Otis Clarke. Coleville arrested re a gently. Murder charge filed the first indictment made known i yesterday charged six men with Mur i Der. Nine men were named in the second Bill Twenty seven in the thir i and one in the fourth More indictments will be Issue d it was stated by attorney general e j Brundage in charge the grand i jury investigation. These indictments. It is understood will be issued for larceny and perjury. Following the massacre the strip mine much i the equipment was stolen indict i ments for larceny will be issued for j the theft the mine property was Sai by court Attar he via by perjury charge indictments for perjury it was said will be based the testimony porn witnesses give before the Gra i Surv. Immediately after the investigation was started it was announced Al Brundage that some the ing to the Mur Public opinion. A a apparently hid suffered a As a result the so vere reverses is memory and that some had eral european capitals they Are considered Here to Nave been Given some color by the sudden recall the greek heir apparent. Prince George to Athens from Bucharest. It the greek armies in Asia minor the Cabinet Premier Protopapa Dakir yesterday resigned Nikolas Kal Geropoulos Farrier Premier has been charged by King Constantine with the task forming a new ministry. Heat cuts off Given Simony that was disappointing to county officials. The four prisoners who were brought in last night like Clark after his arrest remained silent. It. Is i hexed their refusal to talk is based an advice Given them by attorneys who arc Here ready to take up the de fuse any Union Miner who might be incl Ted in connection with the massacre. A is Likely sept. 8 a the evacuation Athens. Greece evacuation Asia minor by the weeks As a result the successful offensive against their army by the turkish nationalists is accepted Here As foregone conclusion although it has not been announced officially. Actual orders for evacuation from Asia minor have not yet been Given. It is said but general Dousman. The chief staff is studying out the problems to Quot a to carry out tre Man Euver under the Best conditions possible. A Telephone message from the greek Coj Timander in the Field says that general Trikoupis. Who had been appointed to the command and general Biegonis were captured by turkish cavalry while they a Ere proceeding to join the greek corps at alas Sehr. East Smyrna experts unable to determine cause Maynard a Accident by \ scoria Ted pros leased wire Rutland it. Sept the body lieutenant Melvin w Maynard. Fling who was killed with iwo companions. Lieutenant l. R r cd Ticonderoga n. A wind a Arles Mionette Plattsburg. N when their plane fell 3.990 feet 1 a re yesterday was homeward bound today for Maynard. North c Arolina an examination the wrecked Rhine threw Little Light the cause the Accident. The same air plane that Maynard cd yesterday Ell Revere Beach. A. In weeks ago but no one was t i tired would propose pm brio constantinople. Sept. 7.�?unable to extricate their army from the Ke-malist8�?T hold the Green military leaders it is believed Here. Will a oblige i to accept any armistice terms the victors May dictate. The Allied commissioners have recommended to Hamid Bey. Representative the Kema in is Here tha the Angora government propose an armistice to Athens a greek communique state that general Trikoupis. The commander in chief was captured while attending an important military Council at Ushak sunday night at which it was decided to Advance to the Ala Shehr line. Output Corn three killed when trains at Spokane wash., Are derailed production is reduced 142 1 millions bushels Federl report sbo1 s by associated press encased wire Washington to cd. Kept. S. A reduction i 42.900 non bushels during the last month in thi years prospective Corn crop was shown today in the forecast at 2 875.090.009 bushels by the department agriculture. The crop was reported to have deteriorated considerably in the Central and Eastern states since mid August and to have had a severe setback in Missouri. Kansas and Nebraska fron excessive heat and Lack moisture. Most it it Ltd a increase other crops generally showed increases in prospective production although there were a few slight declines Oats i 255 Barley in. Buckwheat i 3. O White potatoes 438 Swec potatoes 108 tobacco pounds 1.353. Flax it Rice 38.8 Hay tame tons 92.9 Hay. Wild. Lions 15 8 sugar beets tons it 726 apples 297 Apple commercial. It barrel a 32 8 peaches 55 6. Kafir 98 9. Peanuts pounds 691. Beans 12 it condition the crops september j by associated press leased wire Spokane. Wash. Sept 8 a three Railroad men. Including two members the Crew Northern Pacific Pas Enger train number 41. Were killed and a fourth a fireman a switch engine was fatally injured when the passenger train collided head with the switch engine last night at Park water. Four Miles East Here. The dead Are w. Southern Engineer no 41. De Hodous Engineer the switch engine. Clifford 7 Pruitt. Fireman the switch engine and the electrician the passenger train whose name is believed to be nowe. None the passengers were injured seriously two factions in Irish rebel army in bloody Battle Dublin. Ireland. Sept g a disagreement Between two irregular leaders j operating in county Kerry is reported to have caused a sanguinary fight i in which rifles bombs and machine gun were used by the opposing fac a i tons. Not r Vrr it in Oats one Leader named Mccell Strum. Is a a a a a buckwheat is 7 have opposed plans for a in we re to. A Sweet potatoes hushing a food Convoy Enro Ute to 5? 4 tobacco 15.2, flax 82.7 Rice the Relief Killarney. Where the people Are suffering from hunger As 8 5 King May \ by Lea to Paris. France. Sept 8.�?rumors that King Constantine Greece intends to abdicate Are current in Rev ii Louis Browns already preparing for world series go getters Louis to sept 8 a the time Rcpt reservations for the worlds s 3 about Ripe a according to Bob in business manager the in plans for the erection Horary stands a the Park the american league team he ad-1 were i trendy underway. He id no pay when construction i be started. Federal judge Bill completed in Senate Ashington d. A. Sept 8 a the 9r-g delayed administration Bill no 1 inc Twenty five additional Feder judges finally was completed today the Senate and upon action by House planned next week the a Ca sure will go to president Harding the modern Quot it Ali Louks Quot curly Locke curly locks Wilt thou be mine ? thou Shalt not Bathe dishes nor wait the Swine. Come lets but a paper the want ads Well comb from Quot houses to rent Quot we ->44 suck out our Home. Sugar beets 88 Kaffir 4 Ond Tiou and forecast the condition september first and the f. Recast p eduction there from for important producing Spates follow production forecast in thousands bushels Corn Noil it and 324.421 Minnesota "6 my 18.916 Iowa 94 and 432/a curb Dakota 79 and 111,-817 Nebraska 08 and 179,094. Sprira we a a Minnesota 89 and 3v-629 nor Kat a 87 and 113.944 South Dakota 35 Rind 37.155 Montana 8o and 36 92. Washington 48 and 12.11? oaf tue is f i and 1 1 3.789 was Consin 9? a 1 195.780 Minnesota 89 and 142,9528 Iowa 87 and 229,371. Kiwis non grows to hard Coal pact Union Heads hopeful a result the irregulars to a transports Humphrey Murphy another Leader differed the Issue with Mccell Strum and the split spread to the ranks today baseball pm erd an league Cleveland a. 290 00 Chicago .301 19 Sutherland. The latest a Poi tee. Well fitted bad training for position by Mark us Leivan National political correspondent the Mitchell evening Republican awl the new York evening poof Washington i cd sept 3 copyright 1922 by the Mitchell evening i Republican and the new York even i ing Post in the per capita rear Senta a Tion Ohio in the. Places Power i in the United states is being materially reduced the contemplated resignation from the supreme court a Justice Day. Late Ravenna and Canton. Ohio closely following that j Justice t Larke. Late Lisbon. Youngstown and Cleveland leaves j Ohio with Only one Man the us i preme Bench in the person the chief Justice. William h. Taft. I but this is rather a trivial aspect a these resignations Only a Little More elevated in importance is the fact that president Harding before his term ends is Likely to have had the appointing an unprecedented number justices the supreme court inasmuch As there Are two remaining justices who Are eighty one and seventy nine years respectively. And May at any time prefer the ease retirement . Harding is quite Likely to have bad the appointment j five the total nine members. Some Accident circumstance might increase the number to More than 1 that and it would give president Harding an extraordinary degree Power Over the fundamental trend j his time. No policy involved All this however is Mere coincidence there if no disputed line i policy involved in . Harding s appointments. There is be disputed line policy before the Public. His appointments have no relation to each other and there is no necessary identity views among his appointees. About All that can he pointed is that Justice Clarke. Who retires is a league nations Man while the successor whom . Harding has chosen sex senator George Sutherland is an anti league nations Man the other hand. Harding s Choice for the first vacancy he had to fill. William h Taft is rather conspicuously a pro league i nations Man Sutherland Well qualified however the league nations is one the last questions i Kra a to reach the supreme court the la nit i de states. But what is important and what s cheering in a world in i which a rather extraordinary number things seem to be going wrong is the satisfaction attending the selection sex senator Sutherland. If i sheer a we a Sui gence. The Possession a Good muscle inside an ample Skull can help the world its difficult Way Sutherland a presence the supreme court Bench is an occasion for Gratis fiction. I it never occurs to any one to classify Sutherland As conservative Liberal. Sometimes when you in a ter his office you encounter that ancient Mariner the labor unions Andrew Fer Seth. Fer Seth and the Seaman s Union Are among Sutherland s clients some other time you encounter big hankers and Heads i corporations who Are also his clients. 1 deflator la Follette is course in i titled to the credit which fastens his i name to the la Follette Seaman s Hill. But la Follette would never have been Able to get that Hill through the Senate if he had not succeeded in persuading Sutherland who then represented Utah in the Senate that the Bill contained Justice and not Only Justice but practicability. When Sutherland endorsed the Hilt won for it a degree and kind support from other senators who respected his mind and judgment such As la Follette never could have won. Has right kind mind Sutherland a the kind mind which in the defined and delicate perfection its processes is sometimes called but Sutherland has also what is the supreme equipment a judge namely the instinct for common sense. Sutherland has this because he had to have it in the place where he got lil Ai in training. The sex senator a in w r was an English mining Engineer who lived in i the mining Camps Utah. Where Sutherland first practice Law a i lawyer could not Quot get by Quot merely j through Reading the Law from a calf bound text Hook the juries and the rough judges those communities could Only he impressed by showing them that the Gal axiom was what All Good Law ought to be namely the epitome their own rough hut accurate what is right two other great lawyers who Are graduates this same mount Camp school Are senator Borah Idaho and senator Thomas j. Walsh Montana. Rapids la Coal ratio for Northwest held Back is charge hit e declares by vers St i Al is one reason for 4 curtailed shipment by associated Tress i eased wire St Paui. Min sept 8.�?duluth and Superior docks Are not receive j ing their just proportions the Coal being shipped from like Erie 1 ports u p. White Federal fuel Dis i the Northwest a dared today. Or White charged that the i twin ports Are receiving Volly approximately 20 percent the Lake Coal. 1 whereas 75 percent is their just share the shipment in one report received from be a land it was shown that Cut 28 Bottoms carrying Coal from Lake i Erie ports from september 2 to september 4 inclusive Only five were destined for the head the Lake both the i Ake Michigan ports and the Canadian ports received a larger share this Coal than did the Northwest big buyers reluctant Quot reports reaching us within the 1 past few Days indicate also a Reluct Jance the part the larger buy j ers in this territory in the Ratter j their purchases Coal Quot . White said. Coal reaching Lake Erie ports is being diverted to Canadian and Lake j Michigan Terr tory and the amount loaded at the mines and received a Lake Erie loading port within the last week the tonnage actually1 floated for rhe head the lakes1 for distribution within the North i Western territory is away Short the contemplated allotment i be Lieve that continued procrastination the part the buyers Here a j most Likely to. Accentuate this condition Quot robbers fear Ixo Ssofi the Coal authorities Are Reed that there exists a virtual buyers strike which is a renting the Dock operators from going into the Market competing against Canadian and Lake Michigan ports for the Coal As Long As this condition exists it is said. The proportion Lake Coal reaching Lake Superior ports will he very Small. The reason Given by the Dock operators for failing to compete for the Coal is that after contracting for Large quantities at High prices proposed legislation might prevent the Sale the Coal and cause them to suffer Large losses. Willard meets executives in Chicago today Byram and others discuss proposals for basis strike settlement wont discuss plans hotel it expressions terms debit 11 Demus peace both sides 4 Blea go ll., sept. conference rail Bere broke up shortly before 3 Lork with no announcement what had been distended whether anything had been accomplished. Or Willard was 5�eon leaving Lite conference and would not answer ques Ion a except to May Quot i hate nothing to Sav. 4 mime executives were equally evasive. By associated Tress leased wire 4"hieago. Ill. Opt 8 a Daniel Willard. President th1 Baltimore and Ohio Railroad met a w Western rail executives in conference in Tho Chicago club this afternoon presumably to discuss proposals for a Hasis settlement the showmen strike certain roads by individual agreements. No announcement was mad thai conference had been arranged what was expected to he accomplished so far As Learned Only a few the Western roads had planned to Send representatives h e Byram pre ident the Chicago. Milwaukee and St. Baul was known to he a the meeting both he and Willard earlier had refused to discuss the conference and its subject matter although Byram had said his com Pany still would d in us separate agreement if t satisfactory settlement basis could he found business still makes Progress Commerce department r \ is a gradual Rise troves stability conditions Washington. D sept j Industrial difficulties the country a a economic Progress is continuing steady toward Normal conditions the Jelarm ent Commerce declared to a Day in a Survey general conditions i Quot no clearer demonstration could lie asked Quot the department said Quot to indicate the soundness fundament to conditions underlying the present business revival than the be Sis a Fence with which Commerce and Industry have progressed in the face i recent serious obstacles. The sex j fret Ely serious labor difficulties through which we Are now passing would under Many conditions have a completely demoralized Busine instead real Progress continue to he made. There is reason to suppose that the economic looses occasioned by the rail ind Coal strike will make themselves text for some months to come. Disturbances this character j Felting Basic industries cannot take place without having to he paid for in the Long unit is possible the Fth Force these losses will he Felt More severely in future fact finding coh bal creates debate in upper House today Boone and and a aryan. L. Lewe Leverette Philadelphia. 190 Enn ent>44_i 2 Boston. 900 Ooi 10x�?2 4 i Hasty and Perkins. Brugg w. Collins and Ruel. Washington. D. F. Sept Tho Senate today paed the fact finding Coal Cora Mission Hill. In acted the anti profiteering and Coal distributing measure late a out erday. Bot he fils were sent to conference for adjustment. Mrs. Harding seriously ill condition fir r lady Giaves heh Washington physician grave Cox Cern Washington. New a Ork. Johnson Kric v son mavs and Behan and 000 oaf 0 200 0-24 0 Pocinich by associated pres lenses wire Wilkes Barre. Sept. 8 -�0 vigorous was the opposition that developed among the delegates from certain local unions that Phillip j. Murray. International vice president the United mine workers and floor Leader for the ratification forces today at the second Days session the Tri District convention called to ratify the Pepper Reed proposal to end new a Ork. 940 000 the Anthracite Coal suspension was j Philadelphia too 220 13 expected to have some difficulty in Nehf. And e. Smith. Meadows and maintaining order. Henline. National league St. Louis. 000 to 0 Cincinnati. Too too 0 Pfeffer and Clemons. 4ouch. Gillespie and Hargrav. % Chicago. 902 002 9 Pittsburgh. Too 131 9 Aldridge. Cheeves. My Farrell Hamilton. Carlton. Brown and Gooch. Washington. To c. Sept 8 a the Senate decided today to retain pro i visions in the fact finding Coal commission Bill providing for a proposed Agency to make a study 4->f the Quot advisability Wisdom Quot nationalization the Coal Industry the pro visions had provoked heated debate j j but an amendment by senator dial. I Democrat South Carolina. Which i would have struck the Niou. A lost i 39 to 19 an attempt by senator Harrison j Democrat Mississippi to eliminate j j the provisions instructing the commission to study the necessity gov a Ern ment control the Industry also was Defeated. No record vote a had j that amendment. Of school Bonds valid St. Paul Minn. Sept. 8 a the $509. J 090 Bonds voted Duluth july 15.1922. For school purposes were declared i valid in a decision handed Down by i the state supreme court today. J Washington. D by sept. 8 a announcement that mrs Harding wife the president has been indisposed for severs i Days brought a flood messages to Nav from All parts the country expressing sympathy and Hopes for her continued improvement. Serious complications developed to the a line . Harding wife president Harding last night but they were Quot slightly abated this morning and the patient is resting More brigadier general Sawyer the physician in attendance said today in a statement issued at the White House Harding a condition however still is regarded with much concern the statement said. Adding that Carl w Sawyer Marion Ohio who was associated with his father in attending mrs Hardin during a previous illness similar nature had arrived Here for consultation. Roti Side Dena a la Early settlement by associated press Leas Ltd wire Chicago. Ill. Sept 8 a persistent rumours an impending peace partial settlement the Railroad strike continued Here today without any tangible foundation in the Way definite statements by rail Heads Union off gals to substantiate the reports. In Falt t most the Railroad a Tives who commented the rumours denied knowledge new proposals to end the strike and Union leaders declined to lift the cloak secrecy which appeared to surround the re ported peace move Lowell still missing expressions Hope for separate agreements with individual Road were the most positive statements any Union leaders have made As the time approached for mondays meeting the shop crafts policy committee. The whereabouts b. M Jewell. Head the striking showmen who dropped out Public View a week ago when Federal judge James Wilkerson granted the Daugherty injunction. Remained unknown last night hut with the executive Council meeting set for today he was expected to put in an appearance during the Day. Supporting the denials railway presidents that there had bean any new peace negotiations was state ment by j. P. Noon chief the brotherhood electrical workers who said at Washington that there were no settlement discussions 1 proceeding with and railroads at this time. Quot although there might be a my a in the the purpose the i Hep crafts policy commit e moot was to consider the Central strik policy him the Daugherty injunction. He said. Say Alen arc returning several roads reported shop to be operating an almost Normal Bino declaring the to lost their strike. Meanwhile strike condition throughout the country remained generally quiet. Or. Jewell and All officials re six shop crafts strike were rep a tred to have voluntarily Cut Down their own Union salaries in half until termination the strike. The ? Alary reductions were made. It Wax said. At the suggestion Jewell that the leaders should help a Burden the rank and file the unions. Labor leaders waiting outcome Legal Moa k by a social cd press encased wire Washington. D cd. Kept. 8 a labor leaders Here were awaiting today the outcome their first Legal move against the striking railway shop crafts the suit the International brotherhood electrical worker one the striking organizations to prevent the Federal authorities from enforcing locally tile provisions the Chicago order. The suit. Filed in the District Columbia supreme court yesterday and set for hearing tomorrow assailed the legality the Chi ago injunction. Questioned the jurisdiction the Chicago court and denied that the plaintiffs had been guilty and illegal act before sine july i. The electrical workers were said to have acted without reference to the other six organizations strike in filing the petition but officials the Union said they expected both the temporary order which they hoped would Issue tomorrow and the permanent writ also sought would Havo a National scope. Department inst ice officials while declining to comment for Public it inn he suit the Union expressed th0 opinion unofficially that f the District supreme court should eran the temporary restraining order to would Lead to wide possibilities injunctions and restraining order granted by that court under the Sherman and Clayton act being upset by courts other jurisdictions. Assassin fires at car Bullet meant for French president weather report South Dakota fair tonight and saturday cooler tonight possibly j Frost in Black Hilts tonight. A by a Pociatek prose wire Faris. France. Kept. 8�?George Salem. An egyptian student fired a shot a an automobile in front the Palace the Elysee today believing the car to be president Millerand a the shot went wild president Millerand a at his country residence a Rambouillet at the Tim
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