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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - April 29, 1929, Mitchell, South Dakota
Weather Tor up x pts tit Toht to a tat fourth showers cooler i he evening Republican edition vol xxxxv1 Mitchell s. Monday april 29, 1929 ten pages number 176 sek to sound Lowden Smith on farm Bill steal hotel by piecemeal neither however has permitted his views to be fully known watch Wagner vote Washington d. A. April 29�? special a an Effort to sound Cut two of a a resident hoovers leading is rivals in the 1928 Campaign on the pending farm Bill before the Senate j votes on that measure is being j made Here by both Republican and democratic senators. The two candidates in the last National Campaign whose views Are j sought Are former governor Alfred e. Smith of new York democratic nominee for president and former governor Frank o. Lowden of Illinois. Runner up at the Republican convention in opposition to or. Hoover. Thus far neither of the two men has commented on the Bill report d by the House committee with the full backing of the Hoover administration. A majority of the former Sun porters of governor Lowden in the House Hae lined up for the Bill but in the Senate. Senator Norbeck of House Bill is not to solve farm surplus Sullivan however thinks it May help some individual Farmers farming on decline by Mark Sullivan great Little Anticipatory earns her $50,000 a year v Irginia Hamill keeps full jump ahead of Art designers and they her High for her predictions a she started a Early american fad new York. N. Y., april 29�?Ever 1 you know a woman who earns $50,000 j new York University was giving a year Extension courses in tile history of Senate a vote on farm Bill due this week action on debenture and Norris amendment to precede final action Mellon in for fight Washington d. Cd. April 29�?<4 to. Design and Interior decoration to meet miss Virginia Hamill who saps Force in the furniture de has a suite of offices commanding i apartment of a Large department the smartest Street in the world on store when miss Hamill joined its the twelfth floor of the Bank of lecture staff. For several years she the United states building at fifth trained the sales Force about dec Avenue Corner of forty fourth i rating and How to apply this know Street Manhattan behind the door ledge to the Selling of merchandise. J Washington n r Anni �9 the a sch in modestly labelled Decora a but frankly. I did not like Muc Jnai action on the farm Relief Washington. A. A. Ii 9�?i betide Art consultant she has a of the merchandise they sold and j Hill by Friday was asked in the purpose of farm Relief is defined j staff of six assistants working for j so t sought to train the j Senate today by chairman my everywhere and always is one phase. I miss Hamill laughed a Little Rue nary of the agriculture committee. That phrase is a to Reg famine i a How do 1 explain it a smiled i fully. J senator Mcnary made this state. It a miss Hamill cornered at last in her i manufacturers lag i men in reply to ail inquiry As to economic Equality wit i other in _ office after weeks of Pursuit Dur a i was asked to consider several \ the time the farm measure would i dus Tiest that phrase or equiv ing which she had been advising i lobs by lord amp Taylor Anc i put on j be finished. Manufacturers in Boston in Tim for them their Early american j his Hope for an Early vote is in Bucton in Oskaloosa and heaven Home. At their 100th anniversary1 line with the desire of administer knows where else. I Celebration. This was just after the i lion leaders to put the farm Relief a a training and the amazing con Early american win was opened i Bdl on the statute books As Cany facts that a women makes in such j at the metropolitan museum. Then is possible in order that the pro a City As this. That and of course j we staged a series of Early Ameri i posed farm Board May function for hard work and plenty of Jean rooms in the windows on fifth Benefit of this years crops miss Hamill did not add person Avenue the first time such a thing leu is of it appear in both party platforms in the Bill itself and in literally thousands of speeches books and newspaper articles. That definition of the purpose of farm Relief is accepted by both sides. From that Point everybody starts. It is about the Only detail As to which there is Universal agreement. Yet the fart is. a the most laity plus. It belongs in the list. She began this $50,000 a year disputable proposition i the whole i Young woman in the business world a by being born in Chicago. At to she South Dakota and a number of other republicans from Western i left above comfortable lounging room of main floor of Waldorf Astoria hotel soon to be abandoned states Are interested in obtaining lower left grand ballroom scene of Many Brilliant f unctions right Peacock Alley famous private Thor Are writing books and Magazine a discussion. It is disputable because 1 it has two possible Means. The i meaning Are almost As Distant from each other As the poles of the j Earth. As a subject for inter Perta Tion. It Calls for the most muscular brain work that any Farmer is capable of. Or any senator or College president or any of the others who Cugh fare inset. Oscar lord of the victuals. New York. N. A. April 29�?�ins been unofficially reported ht01&Quot sc4t1/\ diabolical reason people love nor t.owde-, is Dis we a. Quot ouk.1 no Hank 0 stealing a direct expression of the views of the Illinoisan. Lowden dissatisfied to has Here that,._satisfied with the Bill and regards a a 8 in not lung of carrying it As an inadequate Means of at j of. Souvenirs from hotels. This Little tacking the farm problem no one i idiosyncrasy has Cost a popular Homs ventured however to state Lei like the Waldorf Astoria a simply have an irresistible souvenir consisting of loot from half the Tell in the world. Dinner is simply not Complete stolen towels constitute about a without slipping into the pocket a fifth of the annual loss. Towels Are Little souvenir like a coffe spoon the weakness of Many travel Erst or butter knife with the Monogram especially women. What a a face of the Waldorf Astoria upon it. J Towel More or less to a big hotel tides and addressing audiences. Two interpretations does that phrase mean it a that All individual Farmers now remaining on the soil shall be As individually prosperous As automobile mechanics steel workers and other workers Iii other industries or does the phrase mean it b that agriculture As a whole. On May i this historic hotel agriculture As an Industry shall be upon it. T us posit Ion Quot for him Quot during pret a Penny in actual Money j of course the idea is. A a it a Only one a like this say Many Many thou the debate in the House it is about $50.0000 a year. Little piece of Silver and the hotel Sands of guests. Known that comr of his friends i a but what Are it you oin to do a j wont miss h Murri ninth with Hin Nanri if asks Oscar vrho has managed the i unfortunately however too Many a rejigs with a do it comment restaurants and banquet depart a thousands Hale gone about their _ o _ on a he text of the bide As passed a ment of this Francus hotel Lor Sev a Little pilfering justifying it in sex j signs of the auctioneer for this panelling industries in which from use if is certain to i i eral years a they Are not really a aptly this Way. There Are those grand old place will by offered for year to year there is increase of kleptomaniac Many of them. They j also who make regular collections i Sale with All of its contents a a. Had been done. A the Public the buying Public especially the women were a Way ahead of the manufacturers in Art was taken to Europe by her widow i appreciation. This was due to de Mother. After five years of cd the enormous number of magazines cation and travel in Italy. France and newspapers which had been and Switzerland she and her Mother Carne Back and for the next three years miss Hamill was a student at my Vernon Seminary in Washington. Studied in new York handling articles on the subject. But the manufacturers did not realize they were behind the times. A nine out of ten manufacturers work on past experience entirely instead of working in the future. Always keenly interested in Art. They Point out that something sold she came to new York after her j Well last year therefore it will sell graduation and studied for three Well this year. But it does not. Years under Frank Alvah Parsons and they cannot understand Why and his staff at the new York their sales fall off. They Are i school of Fine and applied arts. J Able to anticipate the coming a in Interior decorating it is not i miss Hamill is stylist for the i enough to think or to feel you j ter National Silver company the have to know a she said. A without j Victor talking machine company training i do not think it possible j Cannon towels. Waverly prints and for a woman to succeed in this Many other concerns. Her con Field. You have to be absolutely i tracts require that she take Only will close its doors to guests shortly j As other american industries Are sure. And Only training can make i one of each Type of manufacturer. To reopen with the flamboyant namely growing industries sex Dakotas oppose Crain rate plan by the House Ore prominently in the debate in t or Senate. Governor t of Rte a s position on the Debe Nhiep p end ment in the form in which it has men reported is a Section of the Senate bilk is also awaited by the opposing factions in the Senate when this plan was trim Nav into Odud or. I ,. The Senate he the into senator Flat mileage basis. It is for an parly morning Aerial Joy rut guerilla warfare still Mckinley of Illinois. Lowden spoke asserted. Lacks needed ride crashed to Earth and died in j expected. An s religious in sympathetic terms of its pro a elasticity the blazing wreck of their air plane strife remains visions but throw thoum or pre con a Washington. C. April 29�? in an oat held near Culver City Mexico City mex april 29�? Pic Vert Ion Campaign Las year Reb a special a Flat rates based on a i yesterday. Their bodies were Burn pm Tual mileage into the primary Grain cd beyond recognition. General pm Arco Elias Calles mexi Aerial joyrides crash Are burned los Angeles. Calif. April 29�? Ltd it three Young men who went out revolt is ended Calles message s. nominations flood moves on yet in committee Bown Mississippi output increase in the number of workers increase in the value of the plants like the steel business j and the automobile busness if the meaning of that phrase is j meaning at that is greater pros a sub committee on judiciary danger of devastation Nenty for individual Farmers then fails to Complete con however. Is believed i the present farm Relief Bill in the is duration past for the pres Washington d. A april 29�? up j ent a nominations of two South da-1 St Louis it Mon Panl 29 a erased bus prefer end a w vile eau. Re a. A a. Of Ion foe. As embodied in the markets affecting South Dakota William h. Oviatt or. 22, uni can minister of War today consider Mcnary Haugen bid shippers Are discussed in the inter Censed Pilot of the plane Ray Scott de the revolt in Sonora at an end a a a in a a a a a cwt Quot a a toward the Gulf it has i measures legislative right of Way i is not re Porvari Here that Rov. State Commerce commission report on 25 motion picture scenario he ast mexican state cleared 1,7 san he not acted upon Xonia by the Senate Zofi menace in the Hope that they May be con actor a Congress will not do the work. The judiciary committee because of il0si some 01 los m.xl�icc�?T. Is dered on the floor either Tomor lower House of Congress May do the work. The Bill has the potentiality of making individual Farmers i now on the farms As prosperous As j koans to the Federal Bench a analogous workers and owners in Chiba id Gardner of Huron s. D., o exp roof in tron to the eighth circuit court and a. But if the meaning of that phrase a. Is meaning a that agriculture 1 Lee Wyman of Yankton s. D., to shall be a growing Indus Jln in i the South Dakota District were troubled Waters have moved Down it is the Hope of leaders to have the Senate vote on the Export debenture plan thurs in. Read Lowden a comment at the beginning of today a discussion. Chairman Mcnary had a clerk read a newspaper account of the statement by. Frank o. Lowden. Calling upon Congress to support president Hoover s farm Relief program. It was read without comment. Chairman Mcnary has called a meeting of his committee for tomorrow at which it will be decided whether the testimony of department of agriculture experts on the debenture plan should be made Public. Senator Robinson of Arkansas the democratic Leader said the testimony which some committee members said was favourable to the debenture plan should be made Public. House a committee approves four Biles Washington d. C. Anni 29.�? a proceeding toward the passage of legislation expected to augment and Aid the farm Relief Bill the House agriculture committee today approved four measures relating to agriculture. The Bills included the Haugen measure to change the definition of Ole Margarine another Haugen Bill to make bulbous changes in the Federal warehouse act the Mapes Bill to reestablish minimum standards for canned farm products and the Ketchum Bill to provide for the the i assignment of representatives of the department of agriculture to foreign service. The committee plans to ask the the Mississippi transferring Strain from levees in the Quincy ii territory to the stretch from St. Louis to Cairo. In its Muddy House rules committee to give the a in cd Smith will attempt to line i freight rates for Grain and Grain an l Mack Fluker 25 screen in hip democrats in hip Senem a products just made Public Here j were the victims. Of organized resistance to the Cen titular Leader of his of Vav the report made by examiners i the three took Oil from Rogers trial government. Sit in to the administrating i a. R. Mackley and g. J. Hall of i Airport a Flo take a spin according in a message to president Porteses the in . A �.v.,>.i.on a. Who he has the Means at his the commission was compiled of to Thomas Loftus. The watchman. Go. He said. A it is my Honor to re disposal to Malhi known. A careful review of the rates a i didst them have port. With satisfaction that in my i mfrs. We of Verner and practices affecting the trans the plane but Oviatt insisted said opinion the rebellion in Sonora has the minor to Lead a for a por tation of Grain and its products Loftus a they borrowed As the principal traitors Robinson conferred with at throughout the Western District., wheeled the plane out onto the run continue their flight northward in Hodinson Coni Errea with Smitn at it Way and flew away in the accompanied by material support a before the j has message detailed in Conditi a men could be a surrender of two groups of rebel a a Quot soldiers totalling 1,000 men y Ester the senator cd canes to reveal what a who advantage of making Flat 1 removed. Police identified them by was said at the conference had internal piecing together charred cards found Day and described disintegration of pursued by indians continued desultory guerilla warfare seems to be the Prospect in Mer rec griped Ever since he came mileage Seale j a a a a in the Senate As closer to Smith j a South Dakota interests request disagree again than a Vav other members of that de a reduction in proportional Uriah w a Ewe nov and his vet on the debenture the report added by was of j on Sec. Mellon Sonora for some Little while As fed no i. L to a Nian. When administration fades j showing that the proportional rate1 Washington. A. April 29�? up eral contingents pursue remnants of old program of an a equalization feel would not do it. Probably no alternative program now being generally discussed will do it. Farming in decline As a first step in clarification let us concentrate for the moment on definition Ltd which assumes that farming As an Industry and As a whole is to be Given a economic Equality with other industries that is that agriculture shall become a growing expanding Industry. As other industries Are. Agriculture in America is not Nowr a growing Industry. On the contrary it is and has been for nearly a generation a declining in Citer an amendment to strike it schedule As in use is not fully in a the Senate judiciary committee the rebel army into the Mountain the Bill. 11 be closely watch Idorsey. Failed again today to reach a Deci districts. Aiding in this Pursuit Ltd senator wakens has of Yeti a tile carriers themselves have Mon on the report of chairman general Calles said were to be Large re uni Tell comm Uteri himself on been and Are resorting to mileage Norrs. Declaring Secretary Mellon yaqui Indian contingents who had his provision of the bid. Hut has i scale to Correct alleged ineligible to hold office and and vowed their allegiance to the Central a men giving the matter considerable j the report continue in discussing i Journ ment was taken until Tomor government and had always remain Uidl. In the last coverts both the Flat rate suggestion. A Flat rates Row. Soccer Wagner and Copeland into markets Are now quite Keener j this is the second meeting of the overt for the my Narv Haugen Bill. Alb made with relation to mileage j committee since senator Norris a a Esh dowing the Sun Nort of the i subject to considerable groupings of i submitted his report. Norris con Erin Eipl of the to measure or govt a origin and destination. Tends that Mellon As a Stockhold nor Smith in the course of the 1923 n2�, to or in various business in is c Campaign Minneapolis n a i Uluth from min i serving in violation of an old stat whren Tho Hill reaches the final tie Sota. The Dakotas and Montana. Ute forbidding the Secretary of the my is of of Aba e in the Senate on Ian i into Sioux cite from South Treasury to be interested in carry a the a a Hart horse a candidates of dark it la and Minnesota. Ing on Trade or Commerce. A Divi against them. It is not believed we woe a Insp Noti Civ i a the carriers also propose a mile Sion of the committee is apparent. General Calles will find it Neces Udyth Fol Ftp legislation in a8p Calp to Minneapolis and Duas the result of the two a Days of sary to undertake personal direction "ii11 eth graduation in rubs Tanti an sumant on the propos Ion. Of this Campaign a loth Coni Ress Nan e v ally the same scale basis from j friends of the Secretary who has no m Smth will be South Dakota my Eastern North not been in office eight years Are put of tile picture t is i. I Dakota end for application by i relying on the opinion of attorney the last of tile rebel armies had been Charles g Dawe. Who m use p. Tween my a Sota. North Dakota. General Mitchell Given to presi driven North of the yaqui and that id it took a hand in securing pm of a. And Dent Hoover which held there was general Robert Cruz one of theire of the Dpi j Rajie report Points old that such j no Cloud on Mellon a title to office commanding officers of the rebel in 1927 and 1928. Dawes is now in Cates As the a have already been j of Santo Domingo and having been adopted in the southwestern states. Woll an Onn Notari a in he pm Dor to great plan is not Flattie Vav vj1v1/\ix r in Var Exiel i Viv in support of the proposed mile j beaten to death a the rate the report indicate at j cd passive to the rebel cause. But one other military problem seems to face the administration of president Portes Gil. That being the suppression of the a Cri Sterol or so called religious rebellion in the state of Guanajuato and Jalisco we Here general Saturino Cedillo is already campaigning vigorously or Wen North general Calles in his report said appointed ambassador to Britain is no longer in a no Sitio to take a stand on farm legislation. To Astoria. Ore 4 a Al Hissner took his gooseneck Putter to a West coast army had fled to the mountains. Marines had been landed at Guam Mas from three Federal gunboats Sioux cite to Anni of there and were holding the City Thi Point that such rapes a possibly j a Ali Fri t he the of n Rob while reinforcements were rushed up with minor groupings into the or Ness Alma by Anzio Nln the Railroad from Corral on the first primary markets Are forcible Trof hip Sun to Tel Elj a in uni North Bank of the Rio yaqui. Is conc ded by a prominent trunk a a of v per i delayed messages from general line official with years experience death in her Bedr a at id he had sent flanking noon Toda it police hold robbery columns against a Small rebel army opposition to the a peace a. Was the Monte for the Sla ing. Which was delaying his passage of Rane ement As brought out in he h. Eiseman. A Roomer in the to Pipito testimony is shown to he a that i cd police that he walked past Blacksmith shoo to have it straight red. The Smith put the club in ass and began heating the Shank in making Crain rate a with a Torch. There was a loud report and the wooden Shaft shot out of the club head struck Hissner m la. In the solar plexus and knocked of it map racial and Carrier Competition j mrs. Armours room and noticed him out. The end of the Shaft had i perhaps even Moi important that the woman s feet were Dang been Damp and the heat on the than strict transportation consid a Ling Over the Edge of the bed. Shank generated steam. Ration in making it is As entering the room to ascertain in Portugal political arrests out j Vertex that a mileage would not per i what was wrong. Eisman said he number those for criminal offence. The elastic it required by com j discovered the woman a head Bat a p one to Tenor in inf i petition and would give to each i tired and the bedding smeared with Richmond a. Sex pendent Market a monopoly of Grain in ter blood. Stations to raise Quail in canal stories contiguous to it a trunk in which mrs. St. A Mour is said to have kept consid Forest fire sets i Erable Money had been ransacked. Off old War shells updo wrestles Mulhouse. France. April �9.�?<-p Are being planned for Virginia by the state game commission. Of weather forecast South Dakota mostly unsettled j Tun Unnica of her tint it Het her Nogales. Ariz. A it Ril 29�?<a> a the sudden departure of general j. Gonzalo Escobar commander of the mexican insurgents from his Nogales. Sonora Headquarters was looked upon Ehre today As a sign that the end of the revolution was near. Escobar left hurriedly last night. General Francisco Borquez rebel spokesman declared Escobar bad gone to Lead rebel troops against advancing through in East and Central portions. Minnesota mostly unsettled tonight and tuesday probably local showers slightly warmer tonight in East portion cooler tuesday in extreme Southwest portion. Nebraska partly Cloudy tonight and tuesday possibly showers in a try me East portion slightly cooler tuesday and in Northwest portion tonight. Iowa mostly unsettled tonight and tuesday probably showers slightly warmer tonight in East and South portions somewhat cooler tuesday in West portion. Local temperatures maximum and minimum temper Progress est fire which has already destroyed vegetation Over nearly a thousand acres despite the efforts of the Village fire departments it was still spreading today. So far no casualties have been reported. Corn the federals pulpit and Carreras passes on the with elements Sonora Chihuahua Border. Rumours a a Ever that he Dean air plane at either to Elpaso Texas or Douglas. Ariz., to surrender to United a states immigration a dear sir i had a want and for gave col. Charles a. Lindbergh a hard tussle today before he vanquished the elements and got a officials nip re up from the rain soaked Field. Prior to starting a flight to Washington the colonel expressed a desire to try out a Curtis fled with general Fausto Topete reported at Hermosillo. All the rebel generals in Sonora apparently were in position to head for the american Border on Short notice in can cling a two seated t open cockpit Escobar should declare the revolt training biplane of a Type he had ended. General Manuel Aguirre never flown. The Field was covered with water from yesterdays rain and the wind we As 30 Miles an hour on the ground. Blowing Quot Onieh great puddles of water that sent mud spraying seed Corn in the evening neither i of . _ i t i. In a Lindberg four int for r Chih of no the opt from 7 Republican and i am very hour against the Adverse conditions government thermometer from 7 a. In. Yesterday to 7 a. In. Today. Maximum 60 maximum 46 at 7 a. In. Today 48 roads fair precipitation. 0 precipitation since january i 5 84 inches precipitation excess since january i 1.11 inches. Weather and roads Well satisfied. Lots of thanks to the Republican. Yours truly Reinhold Tiede Parkston s. seed com is Selling rather slowly this season perhaps before he succeeded in getting the Shin up. Once off the ground he seemed entirely at ease and flew the plane in Graceful Maneu vers. Fair smoker still smiles in s. City was reported to be the farthest from the Border somewhere in Southern Sonoma. Mayo and yaqui indians led by the rebel general Marcelo Cara Yea were reported to be guarding pulpit pass while an Indian revolutionary Force led by general Ramon Yucupicio we As said to be advancing East to Carreras pass. Federal planes dropped bombs on the outskirts of Nogales Sonora yesterday with Little effect except perhaps upon the morale of rebel soldiers. Reports reached Here that four Sonora ranchers charged with burning a Bridge 19 Kilometres Jou a of Nogales had been execute Sioux City. La. April 29�?�? cd by rebels. Girls who smile at passersby from boards while advocating their would Poe strife because Corn blowing is a favorite Brand of Cigar ets will con it by the associated press i a la a Tkv Al. Tine such a form of advertising 52 58 40 00 Good j Little de no a. I do lint iwo j without interference from this Cuy. Sioux Falls Watertown Yankton Aberdeen h Uron Brookings -4n in a7 us Rosss a cd in May will see Hun the City attorney has ruled that 50 60 47 of Good. Rill the City fathers have to Legal Wea 42 62 42 of Jair draft or bushels or seed i non by which they can prohibit the 53 55 42 of Good comi moved. Use the Blenk Iver Tirgg of Cigar ets on Bill boards. I Are in Progress. Use of posters of girls in the and Urpo and Tennessee Washington. A. April 29�?w3 a senator when Ler. Democrat. Montana today formally introduced a re solution asking investigation working conditions in the tev he a Industry in North and South where on the farms to Day than there we re Twenty years ago. In 1909. To give the figures for a few compari timely recent years the number of person living on farms has gone Down ii thus 192031.614.269 1925 28,981.688 192727.892.000 192827.699,000 this condition then that agriculture As an Industry is not growing but declining is an accented fact. It is repeated Here Only for its Aid in clarification. Does the individual Farmer care whether his Industry is a growing one or not if he himself As an individual Farmer. Is made individually More prosperous will he be satisfied with a farm Relief which brings that about and does he care whether there Are More Farmers or not whether agriculture is a crowing Industry or not if the Farmers will be satisfied to Borry do individually More prosperous then he might be pleased with the present legislation in Congress for that has a reasonable Chance to achieve the result. But if the Farmer insists that his Industry shall be a growing one. Than the pending legislation will not do the work and no variation of farm Relief now in sight will do the we Ork. The Mcnary Haugen fes knew that agriculture can Only be a growing Industry by being an exporting Industry. They knew that if agriculture is to grow it must sell a surplus abroad. They knew. However that such surplus sold abroad must be sold at a loss. And so they devised the a equalization by which the losses abroad should be assessed against All of us Here at Home and particularly against the Farmer himself. But we he is it that agriculture cannot. Successfully have an exportable surplus wide other industries can Why is it that the steel Industry can sell abroad a re by so doing Prosper greatly who is it that As respects every Industry except agriculture the bigger the exportable surplus the better who is it that the Farmers exportable surplus must be recognized As meaning a loss while every other Industry a exportable surplus is recognized As a Benefit to answer thai question is to clarify the we Hole situation. The answer is mass production together with in a degree the More length ily the answer is that manufacturers can practice mass production whereas Farmers cannot. When a manufacture has made its first 100.000 automobiles. The additional cos of making the next one is relatively almost negligible. But. We Hen the Fanner has slowed and harrowed and seeded and weeded his first Hundred acres the additional Cost of blowing and seeding the next acre is practically the same As the Cost of any of the other acres. This distinction that manufacturers can practice mass production arid that Farmers cannot is fundamental. Grasp that and much of the farm Relief problem becomes Clear. One group of farm relievers seeing this distinction and admitting it think there is a Way out. They think the Way is to have mass pro judiciary failure of sub committees to com plete consideration. Feet below the top of the lowest approval was Given by the jul Dike Between Chester and Cairo dietary committee to the Nomina engineers for the Missouri pacific., ,.is dered on the floor either Tomor the Rivers lever today was two Rover or wednesday All four of Tho tons of ten Federal judges including that of Irvine l. Lenroot of reported. A break in the South Wisconsin to the court of customs grand Tower levee system Satur appeals. Day has covered 24 Square Miles Lenroot a nomination was con with water. The gauge Reading at Bills were introduced at the last session. At the same tim2. The agriculture committee referred to a sub committee for consideration the Vinson Bill to regulate trading on Cotton exchanges and the Palmer Bill to provide for the use of net weights tested in committee and is sex i grand Tower has 33 9 feet a Rise and tiie standardization of Cotton petted to encounter opposition in Bale. The Senate. Of a feet in 24 hours. I by unanimous votes the commit Jackson county. Illinois., officials Washington d. C. April 29 a a3 a Congress entered the third week of its special session today with the Senate expecting to act on farm re Cuit court of appeals. I overflow 1 encouraging reports were issued Niv rpm i Tilv i by the weather Bureau Here where Mexico to the newly created tenth Waer reached the 34.8 foot Cirr i a of a of r it. It stage yesterday. The Bureau Are diced the River a Quad begin fall the District of Columbia s supreme rapidly by tomorrow. Court Many thousands of arrs Are in _ _. ,.rf, -j1 i undated in St. Louis and St. Char Maklo i Orch or is counties. Missouri the terrain t a Jiam c a nov i where the Missouri flows into the Domain o is Lei Mississippi being the worst suffer new York n. Y., april 29�? up a the body of the victim of the a Torch killing near Scarsdale saturday was identified today As that or. The Missouri however has begun falling an flood Waters Are receding. It was the opinion of governor mrs. Dorothy Heinselman pea ment observers that slow rises Cox 20. Of new York. The Iden we Ould be noted below St. Louis notification was made by the girls Cairo but that this was not Nec Mother who lives in Bronxville and is Sarilu or even probably alarming who said the girl had been separate at Quincy the Gau a Reading of de from her husband. The Mother 20.5 yesterday was still six and a said mrs. Peacox a family had not seen her since february. New York. N. A. April 29�? up a police sought today to identify the badly charred body of a Young woman As the first step in efforts to solve the third a Torch slaying in the metropolitan area within 14 months. The body was found saturday in a clump of Woods on the Edwards estate Between scar Dale and Ardsley in Westchester county by Joseph Selvey a Stem fitters Helper of White Plains a. He did not report it until six hours later. The victim was apparently about 20 years old. Five feet four inches tall and weighed to pounds. An autopsy indicated she had been strangled before being set fire. A quart milk bottle we Ith a few tee reported the judgeship Nomina have noted the a unusual bulge of tons including a water moving past the levees but Curtis d. Vav hour former Secie pain ppr of slim a the rive run rep ornate t ape Turig to tit Bun a Ami in tary of the Navy to the ninth Cir jts a. Oppt Murp without further Lief Anci Tlle House preparing to be. .ws0 Reet More wet noun Burtner pm consideration of Tarioli revision. A vote on the Senate farm Bill however was not in Prospect before the latter half of the week. It will be necessary to dispose of the Export debenture clause before a ballot can be taken on the Bill itself and a vote on that clause is to be preceded by action on the Norris amendment to provide for reduction of debenture rates whenever overproduction of affected crops is threatened. House Calendar empty the House had nothing definitely before it for consideration today. The Republican membership of the ways and Means committee which has been working out the changes to be proposed in the Fordney my Cumber Law we As not ready to introduce the revision Bill and some leaders favored a recess of Tho House until thursday. After the Bill is introduced it will be referred Back to the committee or the preparation of a formal report Ira which the democratic members. Excluded from its sessions since february will participate. General discussion of the Bill is not expected to begin until next week but in the meantime the measure will engage the attention of the entire membership. The republicans we ill Lay their plans for adoption of a special Rule to Limiti the offering of amendments to a few controverted sections and the democrats Are expected to line up their forces in an Effort to have the measure taken up under the regular rules which permit the offering of amendments after the Reading of each paragraph. Mellon in for fight in addition to winding up its farm Relief debate the Senate also had Hopes of ending for the time being at any rate the daily discussion of religious differences by acting on the Resolution of senator Heflin Democrat Alabama condemning the attack made on him after his Kun flux klan speech last month at Brockton mass. The question of secretarymellon�?T3 right to hold office meanwhile waa hovering Over the Senate and was regarded As certain to create a commotion on the floor sooner or later. The Senate judiciary committee was called upon again today to compose its differences Over the report prepared by chairman Norris declaring that an old status forbidding the Secretary of the Treasury to be interested in Trade or Commerce makes Mellon a services in the Cabinet illegal. Of half feet above the flood state. But it we As a recession from the High we aters of last week. Danger there was not considered Over but the situation Wras much relieved. Norbeck Aims at Bank Reserve act Washington. A. April 29�? special a a Bill amending the Federal Reserve act to allow the Reserve Board to assess to individual Banks the expense Cfall Bank examinations except those made by state authorities we As introduced Here this week by senator Norbeck of South Dakota. The Bill also specifies that a copies of the reports of examinations May in the discretion of the Federal Reserve Board be furnished _ to state authorities having super drops of kerosene in it Wasfy and visj0i1 Over such. Banks to officers. N63x tile body. A Towel Wei in to by i raptors or receivers of been saturated in the liquid As or and to an other pro re rapped about the head. A Man s handkerchief also having an odor another Bill offered by senator of kerosene Wras found near by. Norbeck amends the revised Sta a Square or Creyonne evidently part of a House dress was under the body. This and a pair of stockings we Ere the Only articles of clothing. A bundle of woman a clothing was found in a ditch two Miles from we Here the body was discovered but police have not determined whether the garments had belonged to the Torch victim. A a drub Yankees Philadelphia pa., april 29�? it pm the athletics handed the new York Yankees a to to i lacing today. Homers by Haas and Simmons and Cochrane s triple with the bases loaded brought most of the runs. Bishop Drew five successive walks. Baseball scores american league St. Louisa too 101 of Detroit a -. Too too 01 Gray and Schang Sorell and Philips. Cleveland. 020 010 Chicago. 400 130 Miljus and l. Sewell Lyons and Crouse. P n p new York too too too 16 2 Philadelphia 004 100 05 10 8 1 Johnon Rhodes and Dickey Walberg and Cochrane other game not scheduled. National league Chicago. 00 004 of Cincinnati. Too 900 of Root and Angley Donohue and Gooch. Pittsburgh .3 St Louis 0 Lutes United states code by adding the following language a Manv association May. Noon the Deposit with it of Public Money of a state or any political division thereof. Give Security for the Safe keening and prompt payment of the Money so deposited. Of the same kind As is authorized by the Law of the state in Winch such association is located in the Case of other banking institutions in the o living costs Low in calms Home town Boston mass. April 29�?up a Calvin Coolidge who made Economy the slogan of his presidential administration has obtained economic advantages in settling Down in his old Home town of Northampton since his retirement from Public life. The state commission on the necessaries of life reported today that necessaries costing an average of $100 in the rest of the state could be purchased in Northampton for $98.17. The commission found that feed heat and Light were cheaper in Northampton than in the average Massachusetts Community. A slightly higher Cost or clothing there was attributed to the fact that Smith College girls Wear expensive clothes for which they about twice As much As the prices prevailing in other College cities. Barnes nominated to Treasury Post duct on on the farms. They say farming should be done in big jell and Wilson. Continued on Page six j other games not scheduled. Wallington. Cd a april 29�?upi�? Grimes and Hargreaves Mitch George o. Barnes of Pennsylvania was nominated today As assistant i treasurer of the United sates Agenda worked out for arms gathering Geneva. Switzerland april 29�? up a limitation and reduction of armed forces existing on land sea and air will be the guiding principle of the forthcoming disarmament conference under decisions taken today by the preparatory commission. After a Brilliant discussion led by the chilean minister j. Valdes Mendeville. The preparatory commission rejected an amendment by soviet Russia to substitute the word a a reduction for the word a a limitations and likewise threw out another amendment which Maxim Litvinoff soviet vice foreign commissar quickly introduced calling for a limitation and to Zep to heft u. S. Friedrichs Hafen Germany april 29�? it pm the next flight of the dirigible Graf Zeppelin to the United states was definitely set today for May to
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