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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - April 12, 1929, Mitchell, South Dakota
The evening Republican fourth edition weather Cloudy Wanner number 162 vol. Xxxvi Friday april 12, 1929 Mitchell s. D doctors must help Cut Cost of sickness says Accident Cost of $1,000,-000 annually to be Cut by steel band 1nsurors invent it Hartford conn., april 12�?op a a safety device to save 500 american workmen hands from being crushed annually is announced by the travellers insurance company. Tire apparatus is intended to protect the hands of Job press feeders. These presses perform the smaller such As printing cards and handbills. They function by pressing the card or the paper against the Type two plates closing together almost As if they were jaws. While these Metal jaws Are open the operator lays the Blank paper on the plate corresponding to the lower jaw. The skilled part of the Trade is in thrusting the hand into this Metal Mouth and withdrawing it before the press closes. The traveler company estimates that Pressman of the printing Industry put their hands into these openings about 270.000.000 times daily and that 500 hands get crushed annually. They rate this Job press As one of the to most hazardous machines in Industry the outstanding Accident producer of the printing trades and the cause of one tenth of All of printing s annual accidents. The Cost of these accidents is reckoned at More than $1,000,000 yearly. The safety device is a Flat steel band surrounding the edges of the a lower jaw a or platen. When a hand is caught this band is the first object to receive pressure which automatically trips the press. That is. The jaws do not quite close paper and Type do not meet and the hand is unhurt. A the travellers has applied for a Patent not. However with the intention of manufacturing or Selling the device or restricting the use of it in any Way but rather for the purpose of preventing anyone else from acquiring sole control of it. Permission to manufacture and install the device is Given to anyone that May wish to do woman claims Hardy negotiated with her to produce Ormiston companion Sacramento calif., april 12�?<a> a mrs. Lorraine Wiseman Sielaff. Once named As a Madame Xzin the Aimee Semple Mcpherson kidnapping Case took the witness stand today in the impeachment trial of Superior judge Carlos s. Hardy of los Angeles with the announcement that she would a Tell everything in connection with the evangelist s mysterious disappearance three years ago. Before going on the stand mrs. Wiseman Sielaff told newspaper men that she would testify that mrs. Mcpherson was the companion of her radio operator Kenneth Ormiston on a visit to Carmel calif., at the time she said she was in the hands of kidnappers in Mexico. Mrs. Wiseman Sielaff declared in the interview that both the evangelist and her Mother mrs. Minnie Kennedy had told her that mrs. Mcpherson was at Carmel with Ormiston. A Marion Talley her last appearance will be at Cleveland where she will sing in a a Lucia May 4. Her engagement with the metropolitan expires with that appearance. Miss Talley came from Kansas City. Mo., to make a $100 too debut at the metropolitan feb. 17, 1926. A train Lead of her fellow townsmen cani2 to augment the thousands who stormed the opera House that night. Born in Nevada to. Miss Talley gave Promise of musical Talent at an Early age. She Sang popular songs at two began the study of the piano at five and the violin when she was even. In 1922, she Quot had her first audition before officials of the metropolitan. Her Lyric Soprano was favourably received and she continued her studies in new York and Europe. Retirement without parallel it was announced a year ago that her net earnings under the management of f. C. Coppicus head of the metropolitan musical Bureau from her concert career which began in the Spring of 1926 to february 1928. Were $334,892, this was exclusive of her contracts with the metropolitan opera company. A retirement of a Singer so Early in a Stellar career is unprecedented. The new York world said today in regard to miss Talley a numerous rumours became current As to possible causes of her decision. One report had it she was to appear in the talkies. Another was that the Singer despite the continued enthusiasm of her Public was herself dissatisfied with the Progress she had made in her singing. Still another report was that the announcement was a publicity stunt designed to obtain for miss Talley More and fatter Sacramento. Cal., april 12�?�? sensational testimony for the pros edition Iii the impeachment trial of Superior judge Carlos s. Hardy j was expected from mrs. Loraine1 Wiseman Sielaff. After her programmed arrival Here today from Seattle. Mrs. Wiseman Sielaff who figured As a prosecution witness in the conspiracy hearing of Aimee Semple Mcpherson two years ago. Recent made an affidavit saying judge Hardy had negotiated with her to produce a a miss Xzin the Mcpherson Case who would a a admit being in the company of Kenneth g. Ormiston. Radio operator at Carmel Cal. The state charged that mrs. Mcpherson was or Miston a companion Ard that her kidnapping Story was false. Judge Hardy is accused of acting illegally As attorney for mrs. Mcpherson and of obstructing Justice by defending her kidnapping Story. Testimony already has been presented indicating that mrs. Wise Man Sielaff conferred with mrs. Mcpherson about the a miss a a arrangement while the evangelist s Story was under fire and that she mrs. Wiseman Sielaff was directed to Confer with judge Hardy. Wallace Moore a new Saperman testified yesterday that he was convinced that a woman he saw in Ormiston a company in Santa Barbara on the night of May 29. 1926 was mrs. Mcpherson. The evangelist says that at that time she was being held by kidnappers in Mexico. Moore told the impeachment court that judge Hardy had warned him that he might be liable to criminal action if he falsely identified anyone in the Case and that he might be sued if he accused mrs. Mcpherson and later discovered he had been mistaken. Weather forecast South Dakota partly Cloudy tonight and saturday rising temper j attire tonight. \ Minnesota partly Cloudy to Cloudy tonight and saturday pos j Silv a Light Snow tonight near Lake i Superior somewhat warmer Satur j Cav North Dakota partly Cloudy tonight and saturday not much change in temperature. Nebraska partly Cloudy tonight and saturday rising temperature tonight i local temperatures maximum and minimum temperatures As recorded by the official government thermometer from 7 a. In. Yesterday to 7 a. In. Today maximum 38. Minimum 24. At 7 a. In. Today 28. Roads fair. Precipitation 0 precipitation since january i 3.95 inches precipitation excess since january i 75 inches. Mision Hill. S. April to. A evening Republican Mitchell s. D., dear sir a along about March 1st, i thought there might be something advertised in your paper that i might buy so i decided i would subscribe. A Well i sure found it paid me both ways in Selling and buying As i saw an and of a Man wanting Dairy cattle. I had a surplus of cattle and made a Sale. Also i wanted to buy some sheep. Well i found just the kind i wanted and bought sheep from two different parties and i am entirely satisfied so from now on you can count on me As a steady subscriber to your paper As Well i know where to Send my ads. A thanking you for the help your paper has been to me i remain a i yours respectfully. Emmett a careful Reader of the want ads will save Many times the Price of his subscription. It by the associated press Sioux Falls 29 41 22 .00 fair Watertown 29 31 24 to fair Huron 18 36 17 .00 heavy Yankton 31 37 28 .00 fair Aberdeen 34 34 20 of fair a ookii7rs 16 38 25, to heavy
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