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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - September 25, 1922, Mitchell, South Dakota
Different bigger better Mitchell Corn Palace sept. 25 to 30 ten Page the evening Republican third edition vol. Xxxviii. Mitchell South Dakota monday september 25, 1922 number 304 Orn Bonus finally eliminated As political Issue measure can never again tic near winning in ingress Sullivan says Victory for Harding \ i m i it of leaders of former soi/111frs holy War would re make Germany whole question of mor am meows we British a Steux do Oaks con. Corned log a Astly a a Mark Sillivan ii it correspondent of tilt Mitch a veil lug Republican Aud the vow Vork evening po4 4 d. Sept. 25 copy-9c2 by the Mitchell evening in and the new York Kvin the comment of the Lead Hgt sex soldiers on the veto of us Bill is that the fight has in. But As soon As a Calmer it Mes they will think different a idlers Bonus is a settled is. Only for the present session of but forever. It will never me so near to winning in any ingress As it did in this. Its a by the House Over the v 4 k veto. A it a r a future Congress the num cd s gators under the obligation. Mise to vote for it will be it Nib a than in the present session and a Cumber of senators who will feel free to oppose it will be larger p St Mere. Harding a veto is based r a a rely on the present state of re Treasury but on principle. Reasons wont Wear out every reason that he president pave for his veto will continue to sex will even list in a stronger f during the remainder of his pm so Long As or. Harding re a As in the White House whether it a or he two and a half years re i r a Ling of his first term or for six and i half years if he should have a v her some times j a o and term he can be expected to a my Bonus measure that comes in for that matter the. Measure is to Likely to be brought up again in Roo i Faith. Only in a a Asp there should d a Congress politically hostile to j a p a resident and with a purpose to j harass him is the Bonus measure to be brought up in the future. The reasons that make the Meas ave Quot Quot Sihle of Success win in tim0 by rom to apparent that the agitate for the Bonus will never again v y e re a popular backing As it cd on this occasion. As a final reason Why a Bonu it mob postal cannot he 4 a Soful at any time in the future ran to sail that however it the Treasury is to stand the Strain year it will be still less Abl at any i me for several years to rom0. The Treasury already faces the prob a can of a Revenue which is $600,000,000 Short of enough to pay the Eppro print Loiis it May seem sensational to say so. But it is a fact that even disregarding Tho Bonus taxes in this Rountry Are Likely to become higher before they become lower. B mis from War debts unlikely to a die hard advocates of the to in continue to Hope that or received from our european of non Jim make the payment of a t a in it possible. That however. Herbert Adams Gibbons. Author. Correspondent and University professor has spent More Thau ten years Iii Turkey the Balkan states Egypt mid other of the nil a East. F or three years lie taught in a College at constantinople. Mikii of lits time has been spout As a correspond ent in interviewing the big m>1i-Tieal figures of those countries. Gibbons has just returned from constantinople and the service has asked him to write the a inside Story of what is happening in the bosporus tile political a tile Between the Flower s that is Lichi my it and what tile result is going to be at Large. And Gibbons has written tile Story As few Oiler men could. By Herbert Adams Gibbons author War Corres indent and l in Hersity professor new York n. Y., sept. 25. Copyright 1122 by the Mitchell evening Republican and the Nea service a j when Tho first turkish delegation was summoned to Paris in the Spring of t91f to learn the Fate of the ottoman Empire from the victorious Allie Powers w to were at that time sitting in judgment upon the Defeated Flowers. It was universally agreed by the victors that the vanquished should All be treated alike. Lie Nee they were told the truth a it themselves when they made pleas for mercy. The entente Powers proposed to dictate a series of treaties similar in terms All inspired by the thesis that the enemy Powers were equally guilty for the origin and methods of a War that had threatened the bases of our civilisation. For this reason m. Clemenceau answered the plea of Danial Ferid Pasha and his associates that Turkey be let off easily by a statement in his Blunt unvarnished manner to the effect that Tho turks had Forest fires menace port Townsend water system rangers say i by associated Presa leased wire fort Townsend wash., sept. 2 5.�? several families Wen homeless the i port Townsend water system was managed and $300,009 Worth of log Ging equipment and Timber had been destroyed As the result of two Forest fires which were swept before a Strong West wind Early today. All available men in port Townsend and soldiers from fort Worden were battling the flames today. Bandits taken after Baring terms impossible turkish chief says i sensational attack made in St. Pm la gang is quickly rounded in of m Aeilts press remand for surrender of them i a or Fei f prepares new Mim is Pantinople sept. 25, a hominid representative of the Angora Ament in constantinople de invitation to Ould not be i nationalists St. Paul minn., sept. 25.�?twenty-four hours after twelve heavily Armod and unmasked bandits had stormed the Ramsey county jail saturday Gen. Str Charles Townsend by Nea ser Mue constantinople sep. General co i Rev. J Gove i dared today the Allied j the peace conference t accepted by tin turkic on the terms Laid Down. A we cannot accept the Allied terms i i because they propose to demilitarized the sea of Marmora and part of thrice which would prevent tis from j i bringing our troops from Asia to Europe a said Ham in id in a state j i Merit to the correspondent. A neither i can we accept literally the rendition that our army shall not Advance while the peace conference is progressing w of i it Artal movement a this would so circumscribe our j movements that Hie enemy would j i have ample Opportunity to prepare forces for a fresh attack and would give the allies a Chance to Complete their land and naval reinforcements i j in the event the conference failed. A regarding the Straits we Haze already admitted Freedom for the j passage of All vessels through the first show to Start tonight at 7 30 of clock Complete change of program in Palace opera will be made thursday program biggest yet idea into their Heads that they can play one master against another there is no telling what they will do while they Are running amuck. This is seen at the present moment. Owing to French and italian intrigues at Angora. Mustafa Kemal has the bit in his Teeth. The entente Powers can pull on the reins All they want to. It is too late. They Are dealing with a runaway horse. He will of course sooner or later Cor in to the end of his strength and go to smash. But May he not bring to grief with him those who Are try night and effected the release of John sir Charles Townsend who directed Dardanelles but we Are not prepared c. Ryan alleged Leader of a Shotgun a the British Campaign against the Bandit gang. In the most sensational turks Iii Mesopotamia during the jail delivery Ever made in the state world War and became famous Ryan was Back in custody. Through his heroism at the Battle of the capture of Ryan was effected Kutel Amana. May be chosen As an by a squad of City and county police i Allied envoy to Settle the present officials who raided a Rooming House turkish crisis. In the Eastern part of the City and 1 _ always made a mess of governing and no to pull him in. That history recorded no instance if the events of the first fortnight. Where lands Onee freed from the i of september in Asia minor had Only turkish Yoke had not become pros to do with the discomfiture of the porous and better to live in. 4 greeks we might look upon Thorn oust Turkey the original idea of the allies seemed to be once they had tied Germany hand and foot and discern j bored Austria Hungary to fulfil the Promise made in the reply to presi it Dent Wilson a famous note to the two groups of belligerents at the end of 1916, what were the entente Powers fighting to accomplish nothing. Less than putting the Turk for All time our of Europe and this clearly meant out of constantinople for the simple reason that the Turk had forfeited All j right to consideration by his crimes j against civilization. But soon it was realized that the j settlement of the near Eastern question was not going to be easy to decide upon. The prime ministers of j great Britain. France and Italy held conference after conference and the treaty of Sevores was not ready to hand to Turkey until a whole year or More after the German and aus-1 Trian treaties had been signed. Continued on Page two two years of a a still labor brings arrest Parkston Man with 115 blk icons of wine Var liquor Fauls afoul Law also arrested seven other men believed to have been members of tile jail raiding gang and two women. Police said several of the men arrested in the raid w hich came As a result of a a a tips from a source they refused to divulge were recognized As members of a. Kansas City gang. The first intimation the gang had of the police raid on the Rooming House was the Curt command of a hands Una of one of the officers who had entered the House while others surrounded the place. Labor tot Eek review of Case Richberg says hell Arry injunction c ase to court of appeals ail but eight of indicted strikers at Herrin get rail to define in what authority or body the control shall be vested. That question must be settled at a. Conference Between the turks and the allies makes own demands a we also insist that All nations having commercial military or other interests in the Dardanelles include ing Russia and Bulgaria shall Par a innate in the conference. A we further insist that great Britain shall suspend All naval and in Iii j tary movements in the Straits during the course of the conference. Order inf a a for by associate pro a ire Chicago Iii. Sept. 25.�?the drastic temporary injunction order a Secl by attorney general Harry m. Daugherty against shop crafts strike leaders was put in Force today by fudge fames h. Wilkerson without any of its effectiveness being modified i Crai a Light changes in the wording of the order submitted saturday were made by fudge a Ilkerson to clarify its meaning. Kem masts demand that the race be Given up now by associated press leased a ire j constantinople sept 25 to it. Marion. 111., sept. 25.�?thirty-six i a realist Cabinet Council a t Smyrna. It is believed will accept the Allied invitation to the peace conferred condition that Tho evacuation of Thrace begins immediately and. S not i followed by occupation by troops and also that the return of Thrace to the turks should be an absolutely settled fact in Advance of the conference. B is understood the Cabinet rejects the proposal that the league of nations have control of Thrace. On the ground that it is a Mohammedan country and that Turkey is met a member of the league. Theka Mal its further hold that there should be no demilitarization of the shores of Tim sea of Marmora and that the question of the Straits should be reserved for subsequent discussion among representatives of great Britain. France Italy Russia Rumania and Bulgaria. Parkston. S. D., sept. 25.�? after spending a whole two years making a Brand of Moonshine which would j appease the appetites of those accustomed to the old time brands. Adolph i Schelski living near Parkston was j a a. _ compelled to present his entire sup i his statement with the assertion that ply saturday night to Federal officers. A course of action had not been deft Chicago. 111. Sept. 25.�?qualifying Kris Quot re a Turkey s coup then a startling thing happened. Schelski had not mad a a his liquor for Bitely determined. The full significance of which has local consumption nor for theft a 1 be. A part of those debts cd yet Jpn appreciated. Rut it will j Cral prohibition men. He had intend or be paid and none of the during the Winter of 1922-1923 a1 de to sell it to a Sioux Falls Boot a a will be paid for at least group 0f turks led by Mustafa to Legger for the round sum of $1,800. Lve years. Such instalments maj Pasha. Repudiated the trea. Jai inures As we May re j la not be enough to take care a fraction of a Bonus and info having heard of _ the proposed Sevres and set up a separate Turk transaction. Charles Bintliff Federal ish government at Angora. T officer and Wood Smith Deputy the entente Powers sat ugh at state sheriff went to be Helske a Home ent whatever we receive from i constantinople. It was the greeks will be More than needed who enforced the treaty in Thrace Ray busted i p. ? the Ordinary expenses of the will be in course of time a or wounded soldiers and for sex soldiers who indigent. But any Universal a based on the theory of and compensation like the present d Given to every Soldier who cud regardless of his needs is the Way forever. An important event and it ii out through a dramatically a Ezrin. President Harding i credit not Only for having on principle but also for been astute politically. If e f vote in the Senate had twelve Miles Southeast of Parkston and following automobile tracks Donald r. Rich j Berg counsel for the railway shop crafts indicated today that the next step in the. Showmen s fight against the Daugherty injunction would be a petition to the United states circuit Cotrit of appeals for a review of judge Wilkerson order. Or. Reihberg indicated that his argument today on the formal entry of the order would be Only a perfunctory protest against the injunction. A ant Ca reviewed to combat attorney general sept. Of the 4 1 indicted for murder in connection with the Herrin mile killing will be Given Liberty on Bond today it was announced. The remaining eight will not be allowed Bond. Because of the alleged compelling evidence against them. It was added should motion to dismiss their indictments to made they will not be granted it was Learned. Bankers and business men it Herrin and some merchants from Carterville were in court prepared to furnish the Bonds which will total $370-000. Six will he allowed Freedom on $20,000 Bond each 20 in to too Bond each and to non $5,000 Bond each. Bandit murders police Captain in Sioux Falls i Captain e. I. Pike is a hot Down in dark eight suspects Are arrested hearted in because a Strong Section of Public opinion in England sympathized also with the Turk the greeks maintained themselves in Asia minor for More than three years then they became disc our and who entered upon an extensive through a nearby Field came upon Campaign Irr Asia minor to assure spot where the. Liquor was to for themselves the Possession of the have been loaded Oliver Shaffer Smyrna Region give to them by Tho j Twenty year old son of a local min h treaty of Sevres. Mer. Who Wuis helping Shrek see. Pull _ a a permanent Means France and Ira made treaties de Agun As the officers made their i a f rosily fight or. Reihberg with the nationalists at Angora and appearance hut was not Given an f. A we Vrh to Tom for Var a a furnished them with the military Opportunity to use it two Antonio it a he resources of the unions Means to combat the greeks. Great Biles a truck and Ila Gallons of Britain cried out against this policy whiskey and wine were taken by the but backed the greeks Only half officers this was largest haul Ever made by Federal officers in Hutchinson county it is said. Schelski s Home was raided sunday morning and a Large still was confiscated. Schelske is being held in Mitchell waiting a Federal court Lily associated press leased Avire Sioux Falls s. D., sept 25 a inquest Over the remains of i a Tain e. .1. Pike of the Sioux Falls la Ohre Force who was mortally wounded saturday night in a Battle with Bandit believed to Hae fat Een tile ones who Nobel d Ute Hank at Willow s. In last week will he held Annie time this morning it was said at the coroners offi. Reeks hurry i. Ans to oppose turks in tur at i Athens Greece sept. 25.�?spurred j to greater Effort by the popular 1am- or for its resignation the Cabinet of i Premier Triantafil Lakos is developing j unexpected cohesion in strength and i May even live out the present nation-1 a1 crisis. Meanwhile a note from the Allied Powers disclosing their communication to Mustapha Kemal Pasha a ceding to Bis conditions for peace has i reached the foreign office and has had the effect on the grecian people of a frigid and undesired Shower Bath. A the Powers in their communication merely informed the greek govern i tent of their action j Greece h not looking for More trouble said one official today but so intends to go right on with the task i of building up her army in Thrace i in the race Greece is and in Thrace greers will remain is the watchword today of the greek people. A Van hat we Are most interested in he said a is an Effort to obtain a review of this Case by the circuit court of disposition of the Case of Phillip must her. A former employee of toe Tirk ish Setti ement rouses no enthusiasm London eng. Sept. 25.�?enthu-the smax Siam for the Paris near Eastern Sot Bement is lacking in the press comment this morning the Tenor of to of the editorials being that it was aged at having to fight not Only the j j1 aaring. Young Shaffer will Bel March or april or indeed but also the French and ital t Given a hearing in circuit court Here come at any time preceding t he. President s veto would Over Ridden and the Bonus have been adopted could have passed Onee was a time some six or in is ago. When Only High the Senate could be counted i nose the Bonus. Or. gave to his Side of the it a be Benefit of a constant ate of Public feeling Arite th1 Bonus. Also More i ians and they realized As Occidental did not that soviet Russia was also backing Angora. The losing game ended in demoralizing them. Franco italian errors with singularly Short vision the italians and French began to rejoice the purees of Mustafa Xenia Pasha. For the italians the smashing of the greeks meant the elimination of a possible rival in the Eastern Mediterranean. A Strong and United Greece could not be tolerated As a insane any huh inmate at Mendota said tire Hammer murderer b7 associated press leased a Lre Sioux Falls s. In sept. 25�?fl j Pike night Captain it Falls Pollee Force was mortally wounded about la r in. Saturday evening in a gun Battle with one of the men believed to have robbed the the Only Way to avoid War and Mairs Willow i Ake Bank the week before Fain agreement among the allies and rapt. Pile died at Mckennan Hospital j therefore had to be adopted. A a _. A. 1 an hour and forty minutes after the to pome instances the preservation in ago by my an j shooting. Three bullets had entered of the Allied Unity is held to to the Captain Pike s body one in the right most important aspect of the Settle breast one lit the left armpit and rent. And the question of the con another in the leg. Schoux Falls -11-1 cd a scions to the turks in not thormities believe that Captain pikes sized. Elsewhere however these con Slayer is among the number of Subj Cessions Are declared to be excessive peels who were picked up Witban a few hours after the Captain was wounded. On the Outlook for the persons believed to have robbed the Willow shops was a matter under consideration by the authorities today Mueller 0 former Alderman of Aurora. 111., was arrested under the terms of i the on charges of taunting i shop workers and guards j judge Wilkerson court and the United states Railroad labor Board shared in the interest of the railway i world today with the opening of a j bearings on a petition of 15,Nan gig i a men for an increase in wages. Hold up strike vote the signal mens wages were in july i in a decision handed Down by j the Board at the time it slashed the and the government daily chronicle says most of the commentators sharply score the government and Especial in prime minister Lloyd George for by associated press leased a or Madison wit., sept. 25�?whether the Hammer found on the farm of the Pav of be showmen but Tho signal Consin the final vote had been Tak wet e instead of after the various bowed great aptitude in the carrying Mary Baizer. A elections of the summer it. Under bidding the italian Mer by 1 k a her probable that some sen e Marc Farmers who a. Granted Star. Now Abl Quot to vote against Jyh ruin of v of Quot a a he of c to Zicai scheme or air. decree trim iraqi n for bloodstains. To make England supreme in the Dammer with which the near East by using the greeks triple murder was commenced on the Lummy holders of constantinople August 8. In the belief of i., and the resources of v. Est pm Asia Shearer special investigator for minor. If. J. Bohn District attorney of Sauk neighbor especially since the greeks demented neighbor of Julius William Meri did rot join the july 1 walkout lire at aptitude in the carrying and Mary Bilzor is Tho instrument with the shop crafts. Their strike Trad the. Italian Mer he. Vow Quot a a 1 lakes Bank. Captain Pike a com mishandling the whole situation with panted by r. A. Email motorcycle be result that great Britain has a sin patrolman left the police station at Rede a severe diplomatic setback after 9 of clock for 715 South fourth ave j talking very big Nile to lie in waiting for the per i sons suspected of the robbery and English c Abinet meets also suspected of having been imply to discuss Ayar crisis for Ive found it More Hoppa meant the checking of a Dia a Oil Gist we n he completes his bite i scheme of or. Lloyd Oeor Sre a u i fore the primary of o betimes gets the impression Ding has among his maxims tha says a time and i against Biden seems to less patient in put an undue Burden of k of the partnership on but he has much Faith in it on occasions demonstrated this Well founded. O today. The july j Cut in the signal men s wages ranged from five to seven cents an hour. Forty two railroads and their subsidiaries Are parties to the rehearing. Rated in the theft of $50,000 in jewelry from the Milwaukee railway station ten Days age. Not More than an hour later an Oakland automobile was driven into the Yard from the Alley. Without leaving the car the occupant cast a search Light about the premises the rays of which fell upon the form of a Cuce still seek jealous Slayer of treaty of Sevres was that of general Lyautey. Military governor of Mot Quot Orco. Who wept personally to to i urge that the Way to pacify Morocco and to retain French sovereignty in i the other North african colonies was for the French government to Back j Mut Safe Kemal Pasha. For was not Mustafa Kemal in the Eves of the preacher Anh Mohammedan world defending the i a Latner Ami Almu iils Khalif of the faithful the turkish Sultan against Creek aggression new Brunswick n sept. 25.�?j this argument was used by the in vast 1 gators of the mysterious Mur 1 turkish supporters in England who 0f the Rev Edward Wheeler 1 declared that enforcement of the Hall Rector of Tho episcopal treaty of Sevres was madness for or. Of St. John the evangelist England the greatest Mohammedan choir Leader mrs eleanor1 Power in the world. Vin Mills were puzzled today weight a added to this Amaru j s c h As Ever. They feel certain j ment by the publication of a letter a a a a a Sousy was the motive w hich from the British Viceroy stating that j a re opted the double killing and they hacking the greeks against the evidence of dissension within a turks was making the problem a to find the 30 fired the fatal shots. Of had reported acceptance another Strong influence at work county the owner of the Hammer. I timbre settlement plan today. Nero Greece and Tho now an ingate of the Mendota insane j rations were under Way on the cab a. on 1 .1at, j Captain Pik partially concealed b but 19 of the. Of Oum on. Jwj. I Hon d a woodshed the my. In France against Asylum. Or. Shearer is convinced is 1 a a ago and Altern however for a new the Slayer of the Balzer family. Shop agreement. Hurch. But they have been in i pacifying India virtually impossible. Find the person or persons the 70 million Mohammedans a. In weather report South Dakota fair and warmer by and tuesday. The Dia stood solidly behind the turkish nationalists. Force islam screed there is Only one form of prestige that counts with the Mohanti cons. The prestige of Force. If they got the sell that used car before Winter comes Don t let your Opportunity slip by there is a Market now for used cars but with the arrival of cold weather your Chance to turn your car into Cash quickly will be poor. Tell the 40,000 readers of Republican want ads about your car and put your name and address in the and. Saturday want ads free with every 2 to 5 issues Diatel opened fire. The alleged robber responded with three shots in Quick succession. A Russell they got me a Pike cried As lie Sank to the Earth. The entire neighbourhood was aroused within a fat a seconds police Headquarters noticed and a taxi called for the i injured Man who was rushed to the Hospital. In the meantime the Bandit had disappeared in the darkness. Mrs. Pike. The Mother of nine children arrived at the Hospital about j fifteen minutes before her husband death hut he officer was barely conscious at any time. He was in j Able to give an account of the shoot i ing. Lindon eng. Sept. 25.�?th� Cabinet today considered the far East situation with All the ministers. Admiral Earl Beatty the Arl of Cavan and the other military and naval personages in attendance Premier i Lloyd George hastily congratulate a lord cur zoo on the result of his j Mission to Faris. Which was regarded in official quarters As eminently Saf i Tufa Ofori. The incident of the invasion of the Neutral zone at Chanak. When Turk i ish cavalry or his a entered the zone saturday night retired sunday after a meeting Between the commander of the turkish and British forces was looked upon As indicating there need be be fear of the repetition of such incidents. A Akiko i burs Avii i. Add in i vhf it Ain Munts a eth auth a Nso a Friday to by biggest Baa with the a urn Palace auditorium decorated More elaborately than Ever in the past and with a program which far surpasses anything Ever shown in Mitchell the City a 1922 111 ai7� festival will be officially opened this evening. The radio program to be Given As a special feature of this evenings program for Mitchell night will open at 7 30 of clock while the regular Palace program will begin a k p. Rny perhaps the most interesting program announcement today was that there will la a change in the Orn Palace program in the Middle of the week. This evening. Tuesday and wednesday Ernie Youngs company of fifty girls will present the musical extravaganza. Arabian nights Rev ii while on thursday Friday and saturday evenings the company will give the passing Parade of 1922. Complot it Flung thursday changes in costumes Scenic effects and in the Mush and dances make the two productions entirely different. So that Mitchell people will have an Opportunity of seeing two distinctly different musical revues. Jimmy Glen shall a Chicago Strite Lako theater orchestra will furnish music for the Corn Pajaro sets. In addition to the arabian nights revue this evening. Boh Hall internationally known comedian will present an aet on the program. The a Hie ago grand opera Quartetti which just closed an engagement a the St. Louis musical festival will make its fir appearance in the City this evening. Selections from la Trovatore will be Given by the a Chicago grand opera Quartetti this evening. The numbers on tonight s program Wall include the grand Trio from the first act the duets a a miserere and a Home to our Mountain and the grand final. The members of the Quartetti wit appear in the costumes worn in the opera. Tuesdays program by the quark the will be from Faust. The numbers to by Given tuesday afternoon and evening will be a shall thou dwelling a the jewel song the serenade a gentle Flowers with Dew and the final Trio. Barrett Here tuesday a Harles s. Barrett National president of the Farmers Union will by the main speaker tomorrow Farmers Day. Or. Barrett will address the Corn Palace crowds at the close of the afternoon program speaking from a platform on the Street wednesday will be observed at Republican Day with the program a Meed under Tho direction of George w. Wright of Huron state Republican chairman. The Republican part has opt no a Headquarters in a local hotel this week judge a rank of Denver will speak to the a a Orn Palace visitors following the Corn Palace show wednesday. Democratic Day will by observed on thursday. The National Pemp a ratio commuter is supplying the speaker for that Day and it is exported that. Sex Secretary Meredith of the United states department of a i a culture will be Tho speaker. Friday biggest Day Friday Wall by the biggest Day of the week in Mitchell when thousand of visitors Are expected to crowd into the cite to see the decoration of Tho of the 147th Field artillery. Hanford Macnider Nasonal commander of the american legion will be a. Guest of the i a of i uhf on that Day. The War department Wall Send representatives to officially decorate the colors of the 147th and to decorate the individual members of thunk who won citation during Tho War. Free sleeping accommodations and free meals will by provided for sex service men on that Day. Nonpartisan league Day will by observed on saturday with a. National nonpartisan speaker to give the afternoon address. Civil War vets at Des Moines Panks of organization sad a it depleted�?20.000 members Are by petted associated press leased Avire j mop pc la. Sept. 25.�?wick International meet to consider loan to Germany to be held today baseball National league Brussels. Sept. 25.�?an into rna to Lineal conference to consider reparations inter Allied debts and a loan i to Germany will probably be called for Early in december it is Learned. The belgian government while it St. Louis .300 0 new York. Too i Pfeffer and Clemons Mcquillan and Snyder. By Dei thru Days of re unions. Re no Inist Ebro and. Amp fires ahead of them a Down to the transom of official business on thurs Dai the veterans of the grand army of rho Republic and the nil a and women of auxiliary and Allied Organ-17,meeting Here for the fifty sixth annual g. A. P National in it pent ear a today had taken Complete Possession of the City. Seasoned observers of the encamp-1 in is of recent years predicted that the years gathering would bring to Des Moines More than 2<,o0�?~> grand army men and fifty thousand member of auxiliary orders. Veterans of South Dakota Minnesota and Wisconsin will arrive today Many of them on special trains. To to ranks of the National association of army nurses women who daring Tho civil War cared for wounded soldiers Are thinning rap id and about seventy members Are All tha remain of the great association formed at the a More of the War of the states. Most of those now alive wer invalids says mrs. Alice Carey Riselay National president. At the last annual convention Only eleven were Able to attend and even less Moines. Cincinnati. 200 Philadelphia. Rixey and Hargrave Becker and feta Era. Has not yet been asked by the allies Are expected in do to Issue invitations regards the sum a thousands a r Ini nooning of such a meeting As certain j ors also Are Here a a a. Rail the december Fiat was proposed no. I tax Relief so As to await the result of the corps o Anglo american conference for debt i the rep 1�. Ill i funding and to afford time in which daughters to son grand army of sons of veterans. 0 veterans Aux to induce the United states to Par i biliary nil affiliated soldiers of Tbs urinate. Grand army of the. Republic
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