Read an issue on 13 Sep 1922 in Mitchell, South Dakota and find what was happening, who was there, and other important and exciting news from the times. You can also check out other issues in The Mitchell Evening Republican.
We use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to make the text on a newspaper image searchable. Below is the OCR data for 13 Sep 1922 Mitchell Evening Republican in Mitchell, South Dakota. Because of the nature of the OCR technology, sometimes the language can appear to be nonsensical. The best way to see what’s on the page is to view the newspaper page.
Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - September 13, 1922, Mitchell, South Dakota
Ten Page the evening Republican third edition vol. Xxxviii. I i Chell South Dakota wednesday september 13, 1922 number 294 rail War ends. Davis says Irish civil War grows deadly struggle More expensive than Freedom fight in tidy alone $200,000,000 f in property was destroyed in guerilla War rebels losing slowly Man try to Domor a Lizer As Efsic i t of nearly three months of fighting tvs Milton Bronner to min Ireland. Sept. 13�?morevoila hurts have been done top in two months Between the t it Vears fighting Between the r cd and the Irish Republican by it is the toll of death and de Tion where is the Battleground of this Ivy War i these questions particularly their Are difficult to answer owing n in worship. The tragic Story includes these a sanding Points Arthur Griffith o. Ii from worry and Strain Michael n is assassinated the finest parts f Dublin in ashes the Best build in Fork and Limerick destroyed fire and dynamite a Trail of i auction across the West and j South of Ireland business almost i a a , and Farmers suffering seizures and inability to Coll their produce dozens of men j. Re and wounded and hundreds in prison. Casualty i fists Long that is the Story of the part of i a land known As the Irish free s i to this is added a Long list of killed and wounded of people a Ted and of property destroyed in Belfast capital of Ulster. Civil War really started in Dublin june 28 last when the free state n Niv clashed with the irregulars led in be Valera. In the Battles Tea j f slowed the famous four courts h Ming was destroyed and Fine hot is and business structures horned a or blown up. Driven out of Dublin As a coherent Cree the rebels against free Star a Hority fought at Dun bilk Lime a. Cork and other towns. Tree Blate troops Wei eventually and uniformly victorious but the Price was always death and destruction. Property in it is heavy in july alone is was estimated in property was dec moved the daily loss while thy a baristas wore in the Field was from be to five millions. Such figures As Are obtainable n i probably Only represent a part of a he actual losses show mils in. It for two months he men killed. Fun men wounded r 17 prisoners pet Ween june i and june 2 8 there or be 27 killed in Southern Ireland. Fighting is now confined to South Ireland except for occasional r Bushes and sporadic raids ree state leaders credit their inv r is in breaking up irregular Eon rep actions to Surprise landings of state troops from the sea Etc. To Tigai. Gland Ore. Tralee and ire Mouth of the Shannon. Rebel slowly losing inspection of free state Mill air j a s shows More than 30 towns which the irregulars have been dry retiring to Hilly country in y Cork. And part of Kerry Aid n Waterford. The irregulars hold re in the military sense of the v a b u Are in scattered Conner. N of is and neighbourhood fighting s in Belfast. The Ulster c front gives out no figurer but d issues a Eular bulletin a r it 1 at t Calls a Belfast atrocities Quot ims that since july if 20, a re have been 44 7 catholics killed a wounded. 9.250 driven from employment by armed Moos. Driven from their Nomes it o ter. 2 Soo Are now Home w p thousands have gone to a u and other cities. Father slays two daughters 1_ Argonaut rescuers Only 36 hours from imprisoned men now by associated press Lic ased wire Jackson cal., sept. 13.�?As Rescue parties resumed today their frantic efforts to reach the 47 men entombed for 14 Days in the Argonaut Gold mine Here it was with the prediction of officials that the harriers would he broken through within 36 hours. A a obey Cut from marriage vows by episcopal Hoise of Bishops votes for h a Nguk a n a a it Otic Confer face is requested Over score of nations show armament cuts reports submitted at Geneva league meeting indicate much Progress Hayti leads debates Japan Agone of Ali members fails to Tell sex a let amount of reductions Uke Andes Man is Given 1ife term for murder of his wife Yankton. S. P., sept. 13.�?joseph Kratohvil of Lake Andes was sentenced in life imprisonment in the state Penitentiary today after pleading guilty to murdering his wife on August 30. Kratchvil is a Bohemian Section hand. He killed his wife by slashing her Throat following a series of family arguments separation i wife and a reconciliation. Ten o Frakn of Richard Mulcahy left military Leader of the Irish free state Eamonn Devalera right head of the Irish irregulars and a map showing where the Irish civil War is being fought. The Star in the Circle indicates the spot in which Michael Collins was killed. Arrows show where the free state troops landed in the attack on irregulars. Black dots indicate towns formerly held by irregulars crosses the positions to which they have been driven. Los angles clubman wire Mitchell men that Palace show is Taik of the coast Ernie Young s Marigold arabian nights revue which is to come to the Mitchell Corn Palace direct from the los Angeles pageant of Progress la one of the leading features of the show there according to telegrams received in Mitchell from los Angeles. Herbert e. Hitchcock of the Mitchell rotary club received the following wire this week from the los Angeles rotary club a Ernie Young s musical show at pageant of Progress has been one of the leading features of the pageant. Splendid show everybody very enthusiastic and chamber of Commerce highly pleased Quot Secretary Wiggins of the los Angeles chamber of Commerce wired As follows to the Mitchell chamber of Commerce a comments on Young musical Shew very Fine great attraction Quot. A variety Quot. New Yorkus leading theatrical newspaper has Given much space to comments on the Ernie Young show. In a comment in last week of Issue a variety Quot says a Ernie Young s Marigold musical show is the outstanding hit of the California pageant of Progress which opened this week at exposition Park los Angeles. A Tho trip to los Angeles by the big musical company is in the nature of a Lark. Ile members Are being royally entertained. Ernie Young was received with High honors by West coast theatrical Folk. A the Young troupe of forty ram out in special cars from Chi cog under a special engagement for the pageant having been selected by the pageant management without this musical company will coms j direct to Mitchell from the big West coast show. When the play opened in Chicago a variety Quot commented on it As follows in the Issue o August 25, 1922 a Ernie Young launched his third musical production in Chicago last week. He put Over this revue a sound substantial and satisfying hit. Of the feminine contingent Ann Greenway and a in the Ball dominate. Miss Greenway is a Prima Donna of repossessing appearance who knows How to hastily costume herself and at the same time has a voice put to Good use. The Elida Ballet is an octet of girls riddles they might a classified As. Hut when it comes to f ass Ai stuff they Excel More seasoned and experienced dancers. The show is a typical Young offering and entitled to a Niche in the local musical production Hall of Fame. With respect to costuming the show has no pc is. Lester America s very famous costumer provided the raiment for principals and chorus senators All renominated by associated press leased wire Portland or pc per. 13�?the House of Bishops of the protestant episcopal Church late yesterday voted in favor of taking the word a obey Quot from the marriage ceremony of that Church. The Bishops voted to refer the proposal to eliminate the phrase a with my worldly goods i thee front the ceremony bark to the commission which had submitted it. The Bishops were generally in favor of the phrase but objected to its wording it was said. The vote to eliminate the word a obey Quot was 36 to 27. If the House of deputies concurs in the action the proposed change will be subject to approval of the general convention three years hence before becoming effective. Would control narcotics an International conference for the control of narcotic traffic is asked in a Resolution adopted by the House of t deputies. The Resolution which was introduced by Rev. W. H. Blase of Seattle provided for the appointment of a committee to Call upon Secretary of state Hughes to ask him to take Steps to make effective the provision of a protocol adopted by the conference at the Hague in 1914. J religious instruction of Public school children under a system whereby at the request of parents the children might be Given such training As part of the regular school time under teachers of any denomination the parents May designate is asked in a re i solution adopted today by the House j of deputies. The movement for greater recon i nation of women in the Church which has already resulted in a report by a j joint commission favouring admission of the women to the hones of deputies brought about the adoption by the House of deputies of an amendment to a Canon which will make it possible to License women As Lay readers. And to administer sacrament under this new Rule it will be possible for women to read certain portions of the services of the Church where no male Clergyman is available or they May assist clergymen. Women however will not he permitted to administer the sacrament of the Church. If the House of Bishops enacts this amendment it will go into effect the first of next year. The House of Bishops concluded consideration of the proposed changes in the rites of baptism after rejecting a proposal by Bishop Boyd Vincent of Southern Ohio who introduced a simplified form of the apostle s Creed. Texas Mother horse whipped by Quartetti of women Townsend. Lodge and Poindexter i n e Vii by in u u r Loi Senate sets scientist starts on journey in search of prehistoric humans Fri kept late hours we a wok his Money he says i Ries to end own t Iff a v t ? is to Ocia cd press leased wire City. To. Sept. 13.�?tony in confessed Slayer of his two ors was in a local Hospital recovering from a Cut in his i. After his attempt to take his be last night. Barges have yet been filed a St him. Doctors in attendance e probably will live. Ello told police of Kansas City. How his two daughters hades cd him by staving out late cd some Money he had in use was missing he said and i the rest of the family a e took the two girls to the it i a hed to question them about he became angry he said it replies to his questions and the younger daughter on to with a Hammer. The other to attempted to run away but tight her and killed her with c same weapon. A dark he returned to the Ken shed and tied the girls in Gunny sacks after which married them to the Bridge and Ped them into the Kaw River. F he returned Home and slashed ? own Throat. Of a capture Dyn miters eks Onville. Fin., sept. 13�?a of Deputy reported last c a her had surprised four men .7 a re attempting to dynamite the Antic coast line Railroad Bridge or. X mile Creek near Here and a pistol Battle Thev captured of them. By associated pros lenses wire Sun Francisco Calif. Sept 13.-�? Captain Edward a. Salisbury scientist and explorer and party it san Francisco for the malay Peninsula where they will search for what has been termed in science a the missing Captain Salisbury said rumours had coms from time to time of a tribe in Tho Jungles of Tho malay archipelago the i my Ltd. Of which had Short Vesugar tails. The report sad their forehead receded and their brow ridges protruded after the Man. Are of the prehistory neanderthal Man. Go getters weather report Dakota partly Cloudy to and thursday probably portion tonight r Chat in extra Ltd me potion to the hiring of Hilda tulle broke a Platter tulle broke a cup ruined Susie s shirt Waist. Burned a Kettle up. Mother wrote a want and Hilda came to stay jewel of maids is Hilda pays to do that Way. By associated press encased Vav ire t hic ago ill., sept. 13.�? the lire Republican St nato incumbent involved in tuesday s nine. State primaries overcame by apparent Safe is Sui it Cord in to incomplete returns Ovd Idaole today senator Townsend of Luh gait cd the nearest of his three opponents Herbert of Baker by 22,205 with the vote approximately two third it n m plate. Senator Lodge of Tarhi to rolled up 120,006 majority Over Joseph Walker on returns two thirds Complete. Senator Point xer or Washington led the nearest of his five opponents George Lamping of Seattle by 3.154 on returns fifty percent Complete mrs. Francis Ariel was fourth in this race candidates Stic fied William a Sweet of Denver had a big Lead Ever Fred a Labia in the democratic gubernatorial race in Colorado while Benjamin Griffith of Denver led lieutenant governor Earl Cooley for he Republica Hon. A Ion. Congressman a c Timberlake apparently had won renomination in the be. And District Redfield i i Gator of Proctor was apparently certain of Victory Over lieutenant governor a. I Hoot in Lite Vermont Republican gubernatorial cd. In be senatorial candidates were Knop to it former governor Cole l Bleas waa for the democratic nomination tor governor of South Carolina by Thomas a Meleod in bitter conies supporter of Charles b. Ward end for Mer governor W. Hunt of Arizona. Oth were claiming Victory in the race for democratic nomination for governor of Arizona with meager returns indicating a close race. Governor Campbell i unopposed for the Republican Nomi Nason and senator a Hurst demo Civit a1 to had no opposition for renomination. Cox wins Lac ily in the Massachusetts gubernatorial contest governor Cox had an easy Victory for the non Tina a non William a Gaston Boston banker was Well in the Lead for the democratic senatorial nomination in late returns. Governor Groesbeck of Michigan easily Defeated two opponents for renomination while James Balch had a amal Lead Over Alva Al Cummin on Early returns for the democratic nomination. Congressman ii. A Dupree of the i second Louisiana District had a substantial majority in Early returns by associated press teased wire fort Worth tex., sept 13.�?mrs. I. Tatum of Stop fix Dallas interurban who Wae Given Nim Hundred i lashes by four women last night was i in a serious condition. The whipping was Given by a committee of four Quot of the a indies invisible Eye Quot a communication addressed to the newspapers stated the whipping was for the alleged a ruining of her daughter. Naomi Tatum aged a 14. Republican state ccmm1ttfe considers plans for Campaign by associated press Lex of wire Huron pud. Sept Llu the Republican state Central committee me Here today at the state fair Rounda to Einsider East vain plans for the Eory Iino a election be definite program Wail in Oil into but there la to he formed the general plan of ear it an for the remaining weeks until november 7 the session will probably be Coo eluded a Knighr according to George Wright Giri. Jumps from train in Effort to escape caught j by associated press encased wire it Cloud Minn but Llu miss Lillian Hayek the la year old girl who leaped from a moving train tuesday night while Enro Ute from St pan to the Bauk Center training school was captured yesterday afternoon i by St. Cloud Poi ire and Jaken to the Bauk Center institution by two guards who Aas Edib the search miss Hayek received a Bruise Over her right Eye in the fall from a washroom window of the train. By associated press leased wire Geneva Switzerland. Sept. 13�?reports presented by the Council of the league of nations on reduction of armaments at the third assemble the league show that in More that a score of countries which furnished figures restriction of military outlay has been begun. Great Britain reported a reduction of 5n per cent in naval tonnage France 36 per cent Italy 49 per cent and Japan. 59 per cent. Franco makes Cut in land armaments. France reported a reduction of 200.000 men under arms and shortening of the term of military service by one half. Sweden also reported the cutting of her military service in two Italy reduced the period of service and suppressed is battalions of infantry. I Leland reduced her army from a million men to about 260,000 Japan made deductions but failed to give the figures while Switzerland reduced from to per cent to 55 per cent the proportion of her men eligible for military service. Haiti took the front rank in the debates of the Assembly when Delegate Bellegrade of that country took the floor and made the most eloquent speech of the session. He reviewed the work of the Council and demanded an investigation of the operations of a punitive expedition sent by the South african government sometime ago against the natives of Southwest african territory for which South Africa has the mandate. Haytian stirs Assembly the Haytian impressed the Assembly As no other orator has done when women and children could be slaughtered by air planes bombs and machine guns operated by Manda tories under the authority of the league of nations. Delegate Bellegarde a speech was based on the charge that the South african authorities sent 350 men against some Hottentots who had resisted the payment of a heavy tax on dogs. As dogs Are an important adjunct to the Hottentots because All Are engaged in sheep raising the natives were declared to have been obliged to sell their Stock to pay the tax. According to an official report received by the league of nations the punitive expedition killed forty nine natives several of whom were women and children. The report did not mention any South african loss. Mrs. Harding continues to grow better president s wife has Best night since illness last night Dix to ii ays by associated press leased wire Washington a c., sept. La. Indications at the White House Early today were that or. Harding Quot t1 continuing to show the same favourable Progress toward recovery which brought expressions of Confidence from attending physicians yesterday and last night that the crisis of her illness had been passed. In View of this improvement the question of an operation at this time was no under consideration today a finite announcement having been mad Fath first Tim late yesterday that surgical Relief would not be necessary at present. Won t make Piv Dlf tons although or Sawyer reports mrs Harding had spent the Best Day yesterday since her illness became critical and that she was regaining strength and was exceedingly cheerful a declined to predict How Long so might a confined to her room should no setback of Pur. In discuss ing with newspaper men the significance of the announcement that no operation would be performed at present or Sawyer said the physicians in attendance had reached to conclusion to whether it was advisable that on be performed in the future As a measure of permanent Relief in View of the recurrence of the present malady in any event he said the decision As to that course would be left entirely to mrs. Harding. Vast Field of Oil on surface found californian says by Ami baled pre la listed wire Calexico Cal feet. b Enriquez of Calexico has announced he and Roberto Norton and Ramon Osven Alee of this City have discovered in lower California two a vast Oil Fields where Oil lies on the surface a plane in is two to associated frees leaded wire Tulsa. Okla., pert. Pewee Tucker 1, Amateur flier and Archie j. Stowell is professional aviator were instantly killed late today when their plane fell 350 meet crashing into a pasture near Here. Rumanian and czechs ready to take sides thousands of greeks still a Dering through Peninsula Hein hit n \ y settlement to affect forty roads Bel Secretary of labor announces that shop men a strike is settled Jewell still silent be Xue proposals technical it accepted. Howey Ell one in Ion i in of says London eng. Sept. 13.�?the Central news dispatch from Athens says it is reliably informed the Jugo Slovian and rumanian governments have i Evin re without equivocation their 1 intention of aiding Greece in the int of a Balkan conflict. Albanian troops it adds a being mobilized and moved i nth direction of a Hub i Skoglie it. Confirm report by Natoci Atco press wire Chicago iii., sept 13.�?th� Chicago and North cadent railway which Secretary of Jabor Day i announced wits one of Ute roads Iii Tho strike tit lenient. Which lie maid was assured Eon of Tom a Flint statement this at ter noon. In i. Calkins lice president of the Road authorized tile statement that that Road a Ald a cd by the plan of settlement. Wild rumours excite populace of Greece Athens Grece. Sept. I 3.�?disquieting rumours Are afloat on All sides j causing uneasiness whih the san Froid displayed in official circles is unable to Calm. It is reported that the turks in i Thrace encouraged by the successes of Mustapha Kemal Pasha army in Anatolia Are engineering an anti Christian movement. Encounters Between bulgarian irregulars and or Elk detachments have occurred along the Border near no Rokop and it is stated the irregulars were driven Back into bulgarian territory. Citizens of Athens apparent do not yet fully realize the extent of the disaster to it the greek army in Asia minor. Not notified Washington d. C., sept. 13.�?�? tile Southern railway had not Hen officially notified up to i p. In. Today of the a Etta end ent of tile shop men a strike which Secretary of labor Davis said was assured Oil a number of roads. Railroad officials withheld comment pending Rev let of definite informal Ion from Chicago. Jewell won t talk Chicago he. Sept. . M. Jewell head of rho Federal railway shop crafts when informed that Secretary of i a Hor Davis at a a Shengtou had announced that virtual settlement of the strike on a number of roads had Bern reached. Said a i cannot say a word town of Brusa is l ast to of seized a turks constantinople sept. 13.�?the occupation of Brusa by the turkish nationalists which occurred last evening Marks the and of the greek resistance in Asia minor. A fore evacuating the City the greeks set it ablaze in several places but the fire was brought under control and Only a single quart a of the town was destroyed. At Udanis. The port of Brusa. Which the turks now have occupied. French troops were landed to protect the French establishments convicts bound Over for trial charge of assault to Kiu is i against King. Teel and Foreman Sioux Falls. S. In sept. 13.�?ar-i 1 rained on the charge o assault with i intent to kill the three bandits who escaped from the Sioux Falls Penitentiary several weeks ago were brought into municipal court Here tuesday afternoon and bound Over to the next term of circuit court. Joe Foreman to Teel and j. B. King. The three convicts Are the survivors of the Bandit Chase which ended two weeks ago when the three were captured near Wall 8. D. Henry Coffee the fourth member of the group who escaped from the Penitentiary at that time was killed by a member of the posse which aided in the capture of the other three bandits. Under the confirmed criminal a it which applies to those who have Ben arrested and convicted a second Tim i on the charge of a felony the con a Viers can a sentenced for life. The move to have them tried for the assault is mad with this intention. Today baseball american league first Gam new York 30 too ooo�?3 5 2 Chicago 200 003 20x�?7 12 i Jones Moray and Behan Faber and Halk. New York. So a Chicago. 10hoyt and Shang Robertson and Schalk. By associated dress i cased wire Washington. D. C., sept. 13.�?vir Tual settlement of the rail strike no affecting a a of 35 to 40 of the roads of the country was announced late today by Secretary of labor Davis on the basis of reports from the meeting in Chicago of the general policy committee of the striking shop crafts unions. Roads affected the Secretary said he was informed that the settlement covered the Seaboard airline the Southern the Baltimore and Ohio the Chicago and Northwestern and the Chicago Milwaukee and St. Paul. Other roads including the Rock Island he said were expected to sign the agreement. Or. Davis added that he. Was informed the settlement would affect Between 65,000 and 85,000 Miles of track. Other labor department officials said they understood that a total of 52 roads would he affected by the settlement. Industry to Boom Secretary of labor Davis in a formal statement issued this afternoon said that a with the settlement Fethe strike of 40,000 shop craftsmen assured the whole Industrial machinery of the country is ready for a Forward movement unprecedented in our economic history Quot a american said the Labot Secretary Quot has overcome the last obstacle in the Way of greatest economic revival the nation has a vet known Quot the basis of the settlement As understood her follows along Linos it a tentative agreement recently worked out by b. M. Jewell Leader of the striking showmen and Dan Willard president of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. Plan a outlined this plan has been understood to involve briefly the return to work of All Trik is except Thos who have engaged in violence retention by the carriers of All men now at work. And adjudication of disputed questions by committees representing the railroads and their employees. What disposition was mad of the trouble Sona seniority question was not known her. Secretary Davis immediately Callei president Harding on the Telephone from the labor department and advised him of the outcome of the Chicago meeting and the president told or. Davis that a was More than delighted at the news. Officials at the labor department said it was probable that ten or to la additional roads would adjust their differences and resume Normal service. The roads which already have signed the agreement to resume Normal relationships with the unions will. It was predicted be Able to utilize the services of practically All the workers who went out when a general strike was called. Washington too 201 Cleveland too too 0 Mobridge and Picinich Boone and l. Sewell. Philadelphia. 002 too 0 Detroit. 202 too t Naylor and Perkins. Johnson and Kaasler. Peace is technically accepted it is sait Chicago. Ii. Sept. 13.�?peace proposals for settlement or partial settlement of the railway showmen strike were technically accepted today by the unions Genera policy committee providing the Railroad meet cer Ain conditions it was Learned today from the head of on of the striking unions Boz torn. N St. Louis. 0 v Collins and Rue shocker and Fieve Reid. Second Gam National league first game St Louis 63? a2� �oo�?13 17 6 Philadelphia. 003 Oto oho 4 9 i Pfeffer and Clemons Singleton Meadows Smith and Henline. Winthrop. Second game St. Louis 140 too of Philadelphia Ooi too of North and Ain Mith Hubbell and Henline turn your car into Cash now is surely the of it tune time to dispose of your used car with the Hunting season close at hand and Corn Palace Only ten Days away Many buyers Are in the Market for a used car Tell about yours to the thousands of Republican readers in the used car column of the want ads. Saturday want ads free i first game Pittsburgh 310 too 004�?8 8 2 1 Boston. 010 too oooo i 8 0 Cooper and Schmidt Braxton Oeschger Greenwich he Fin and o Neill dowdy. Second game Pittsburgh. 300 010 02 6 9 i Boston too too oooo i 5 3 Morrison and Gooch. Coonen and Gowdy. Cincinnati. 002 too oooo a 6 2 Brooklyn .000 of ll�?3 9 2 Brixey and Hargrave dance and de Berry Chicago 0003 600 0 new York 003 600 4 Beeves and of Farrell Nehf and j Smith. Snyder. Settlement won t Stop Federal injunction Chicago. Ii sept. 13.�?settlement of re Railroad shop strike on son Railroad As announced by Secretary of labor Davis will not affect the prosecution of the government s injunction suit real not the striker spokesman for the government declared when a he settlement report reached judge Wilkerson court. On attorney said to element on a Quot the and would not Chang Tho government determination to go through with the injure Tion action. Western roads Are not affected a settlement Chicago. 211. 6ept. 13 the Chicago Burlington and Quincy and the Atchison Topeka and Santa be railroads Are not involved or. The plan of settlement of the shop men a strike which the Secretary of labor a Washington a d he had Learned had been virtually effected according to officials of Tho roads. The Chicago and Rock Island Road also is not included in the plan it was said at the offic of president q. E. Gorman. It. Joa prison attacked bar asm dated pros looped Saviro London ens sept. 13�?th# National army at mount Joy prison in Dublin was attacked last night of irregular and a half hours conflict ensued according to report reaching Belfast from Puhi
Search the Mitchell Evening Republican Today
with a Free Trial
We want people to find what they are looking for at NewspaperArchive. We are confident that we have the newspapers that will increase the value of your family history or other historical research.
With our 7-day free trial, you can view the documents you find for free.