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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - December 3, 1929, Mitchell, South Dakota Weather fair and colder fhe evening Republican third edition volume a xxxv Mitchell s. Tuesday december 3,1929 sixteen pages number 54s. To get 40 percent Kore Road Cash Fritzi seeks new famous opera a Star revives i triumphs Hoover urges Mrna mag m dr1ve in first message world court adherence business expansion is advocated a Mademoiselle Modiste is again Toast of Broadway after 25 years still Prima Donna Kerr York n. Y., dec. 3.�? a a j Prima Donna of a generation ago 1 my a White haired Man who has spent his lifetime reviving old operettas have got new yorkers in Thuis Astie this Winter about classics of the musical stage which Haven Bern Sung Here in 15 years or More. When Milton Abom whose 43 i years of Light opera grouping have brought him Seldom to Broadway Vee. Ared recently to offer new York a group of Victor Herbert revivals he was surprised to find How Many theater goers were eager to hear again the operettas of 15 and 25 years ago. And when Fritz Schell came out of obscurity to sing her old role of fill in a Mademoiselle Modiste she found herself the Toast of the town again As she had been on Christmas night in 1905 when she Sang to new yorkers for the first time the Herbert operetta with that great Herber Melody a kiss me again. Scores another hit miss Schell triumphant in her new hour of glory has gone on tour in a Mademoiselle Modiste with the cheers of a second generation of townsmen ringing in her Wake and Aboms audiences have lifted such s clamor for other half forgotten Light operas that the Herbert Cycle is being followed with it such other operettas As a the merry widow a a Robin Hood a a the chocolate soldiers a and a the Prince of there is scarcely a town of size in the United states to which Abom has not taken his Light opera troupes in the last 40 years. He was 19, and seeing Pool Cotton when b. P. Keith started the first vaudeville theater in Boston. Abom formed his own company of Acton Cut favorite operettas Down so they could be played in an hour and induced Keith to insert them in his variety programs. Found Many stars he found Elsie a amp Nis when she was 15, Marguerite Clark later of movie Eminence started in his chorus and Raymond Hitchcock Sang for him in a Pinafore. He discovered Marie dressier and Mario Camiee Jeanne Gordon and others who later went to the metropolitan. It. Me Sxheff came from Vienna in 1901 to sing grand opera at the metropolitan. Dillingham lured Ber away to sing Light operas of the newly risen Victor Herbert and for to years she was an eminent Star. The last 15 years she has Sung in vaudeville and motion picture houses and enacted stage roles. New York had All but forgotten her. Now it is hearing talk that later she is to be a Prima Donna in a new show. Milton Abom left old time producer and Fritzi Scheff. Famed Prima Donna of a generation ago have stirred Broadway this Winter with revivals of operettas. Gets not on the Gate but also part of picket Fence Anston ii dec. 3.�?-up a getting the Gate is More than a Slang expression in Evanston its a habit. Mrs. Henry h. Kerr got another Gale. Someone stole that. She figured it go on forever so she got another Gate. Someone stole that. Too. At the gait the Gates were going mrs Kerr decided she would not replace them anymore. Next morning she found a 12-foot Section of her newly painted rustic Back Fence had been taken came another Dawn and another 12-foot Section was missing. Mrs. Kerry a patience was beginning to crack. It got out of Bounds next morning when another 12-foot Section was found to have been removed. She complained to police. Police believe they have some clues. At any rate the Fence stealing cant continue much longer for there Isnit much More Fence. A o a a a a key Pioneer of state politics Dies Sioux palls s. D., dec. 3�?of a Martin e. Cogley 79, Pioneer resident of South Dakota and a prominent figure in democratic politics in territorial Days died in a local Hospital last night. Cogley served As Deputy internal Revenue collector chief Deputy u. S. Marshal sheriff of Moody county and postmaster at Flandreau during the territorial Days and the Ray years of South Dakota statehood. He came to Flandreau from Wisconsin in 1879. Be entered the insurance business a in 1909. But retired five years age. A daughter two sons and eight grand children survive. Funeral a Moss will by Houfe urday Compromise on Tariff expected Dickinson will discuss regular session program with Hoover soon evening Republican Bureau the Albee building Washington. Washington d. C., dec. 3 in the expectation that some Compromise May be reached which will insure to Tariff Bill at an Early Date after opening of the regular session of Congress december 2, representative l. J. Dickinson of Iowa intends to Confer with president Hoover on that measure this week. In making this statement Here today or. Dickinson declared that in his opinion the Tariff Bill is far from dead. A i see no reason Why some Means of passing the Bill should not be i worked out Quot he declared. A there Are too Many democrats Over in the Senate with a deep personal interest in the Bill to see it ditched without a fight. A the great trouble is that some Compromise basis must be reached. This is especially True with respect to the debenture clause and the flexible clause. A number of senators i have found Are willing to abandon the flexible clause but will not give up the debenture while about As Many feel the debenture could be cast overboard with no great loss but do not want to see the new flexible provision knocked out Quot i am optimistic however As to getting around this difficulty. In a going to see the president and find out what kind of a Bill he will accept ii i can. Then in a going to try to get that kind of a Bill As nearly As possible. A it seems to me that if we find out that a certain kind of Bill is certain to be vet Oju if it gets to the White House then a lot of senators who have been holding Brief on tax Cut Washington d. C., dec. 3.�? a a a program weighted with specific recommendations was submitted to Congress today by president Hoover who suggested legislation affecting tax reduction Mage effective enforcement of prohibition adherence to the world court and a multitude of questions touching the Domestic and International concerns of the american pople. His annual message which ran to 12,000 words and was his first state paper of the kind set Forth the alternative of naval limitations at the London conference or a six year building program costing $1,200,-000,000 emphasized the need for prompt reorganization of the administrative functions of government asked for prompt settlement of the pending Tariff question and greater generosity in a Public buildings program throughout the country. A the president recommended a full time Federal Power commis. Aion rather than the present arrangement by which three Cabinet members perform the duties of this body asked that the Federal radio commission be made a permanent body with its members chosen irrespective of zones suggested the creation of a commission to negotiate contracts to set muscle Shoals property working and an a proper dubs Board s Grain co opt my a no i w t f Aii j id i action to begin work on the Boulder by i Al i wiil i la Canyon project in the Colorado Rev Kansas City mo., dec. In apr because he believes the plan of the Farmers National Grain corporation As it is outlined at present will result in failure Charles w. Lonsdale of Kansas City has declined to accept appointment As general manager of the new marketing organisation. Or. Lonsdale wired his decl nature of the office to Alexander Legge chairman of the Federal farm Board. The Kansas City Grain Man previously had rejected the offer for bust news reasons but was asked to reconsider. A while i am wholly sympathetic toward All sound Effort to improve the relative economic position of agriculture a or. Lansdale said a i believe there Are certain fundamentals which cannot be safely violated a Cael out for one thing and another will be inclined to Compromise on some Points at or. Dickinson represents a farming constituency and has always been considered a representative of the agricultural Point of View. This and 4 he fact that he is a candidate for the senatorial nomination in the Iowa Republican primary lend added weight to his words Here today. Representative c. W. Ramseyer of Iowa the left Jing agricultural representative on the ways and Means committee which framed the Bill stated today that be intends to speak at some length on the Tariff shortly after the regular session opens unless something unforeseen develops. He does not feel that inclusion of the new flexible clause or of the d denture is Wise a this time but does not care to comment at length on the Bill until he takes the 2 states fight for train Bandit Wyoming will seek to get Vernon away from California Pawnee. Okla., dec. 3�? up a confession by Tom Vernon one time Rodeo rider Railroad fireman and convict that he derailed a Southern Pacific passenger train near Saugus cal., and single handed robbed passengers in genuine dime novel fashion is not expected to Avert a Battle Between Wyoming and California for his custody. Vernon arrested Here sunday night also is charged with the robbery of passengers on a Union Pacific train near Cheyenne wyo., a week ago and Wyoming officers who have aided in questioning Vernon have indicated his confession will have no effect on their Effort to return him to Wyoming for prosecution. Allen Jones Pawnee county sheriff said Vernon a confession came after prolonged questioning by himself Thomas j. Higgins Deputy sheriff of los Angeles and sheriff g. H. Romsa of Cheyenne. After Vernon had been informed his photographs were identified by passengers on both trains he wrote and signed his Brief confession. Of invention of a crude Oil engine for motor cars has been reported to the department of Commerce. Jer As soon As the government has completed the necessary Power contracts. Brief on tax Cut Only a few paragraphs were devoted by the president to his tax reduction recommendations which As previously announced was for a straight Cut of one per cent on individual and corporation income levies. To another Questin it of major Domestic interest Howe Are that of prohibition. Or. Hoover gave extended treatment beginning with the statement that enforcement of the Laws enacted to give effect to the eighteenth amendment was far from satisfactory. A we need to reestablish Faith that the highest interests of our country Are served by insistence upon the Swift and even handed administration of Justice to All offenders whether they be Rich or poor the president said under the heading of Law enforcement and russian Border conflict Observance. A that we shall effect1 a. Improvement is vital to the pre Russia China reminded of peace pledge u. S. Sets precedent in sending note on Kellogg pact Japan is opposed Washington d. C., dec. 3.�? up a the driving Force of United world opinion was concentrated today upon Russia and China to prevent an open outbreak of warfare Between those nations and end hostilities along the siberian Frontier. From Washington London and Paris have gone Forward sternly worded memorandums to the Moscow and piping governments reminding each that under the Kellogg treaty it renounced War As an instrument of policy and asserting that the respect in which they Are to be held by other countries depends in Large measure upon How this committeemen is fulfilled. Such action was taken at the instance of the Washington government which asked All the signatories and adherents of the Kellogg pact to urge Russia and China to effect a peaceable settlement of their dispute or the chinese Eastern railway. World wide response the response of the nations to which the american request was directed was spontaneous and the state department received the Assurance of numerous countries that they would follow americans Lead in reminding China and Russia of their treaty obligations. A dissenting voice however came from Japan. At Tokyo an official statement was issued today asserting that the japanese government does not intend to associate herself with the american proposal because of her proximity to the disturbance Japan Felt it was explained that such action As was suggested by the United stoics would x into by tile chinese a3 m intervention in their the payroll of favor t and interfere with prospects for peace. In addition it was asserted that Japan while seeing no objection to America and great Britain sending notes considered this action unnecessary in View of direct peace negotiations Between. The manchurian provincial government and the soviet Union. A statement by Secretary Stimson which accompanied the publication today of the text of the american memorandum set Forth that Many casualties had resulted from a re Only four Days of this period left candidates workers increase Pace to limit in Effort to Cash in on special big $1450 extra gift distribution with Only four Days remaining of the next to the final period in the Republican $20,000 gift distribution and with Only four Days left in which to turn in new subscriptions for big Points on the special $1,450, workers Are increasing their Pace to the limit. They Are All determined to capture All possible Points and votes saturday night after which the vote values of new and renewal subscriptions and the Point values on subscriptions will be sharply reduced. The lowest schedule of the entire Campaign will be in effect next week. The last Day of the Campaign will be december 14, and that Means Only la Morfe Days altogether so that the campaigners Are already breaking into the Home right now with the Campaign going into the final Lap a word of warning is not out of place. It is this if present leaders Are figuring that their leads Are sufficient to win they Are due for disappointments when the Campaign is Over and the prizes Are awarded. With such a Field of energetic workers it is certain that some of the spectacular work of the Campaign is still to come. Present indications Are that while whoever wins one of the big prizes May do so by a narrow margin the number of winning votes will be very Large. Four vital Days these next four Days Are absolutely and positively the four most vital Days of the remainder of the Campaign. This is so because the third period ends at 9 p. M. Sat More Federal Aid May give paving a push proposed increase in appropriation Means about 2 million for state in Strong position Washington d. U.,. Dec. 3�? a a Bill to expand the Federal roads program from $75,000,-000 to 12,000,000 annually for the next three years was introduced today by chairman Phipps of the Senate Post office and Post roads committee. Stretch Gallop. Subscriptions taken urday and with it ends the third Between now and saturday night will count materially More than those taken next week so that it is quite possible the Fate of some of the workers May be decided in the next four Days. To be really in the running during the last week when both. Votes and Points Are at their lowest each worker will have to go the limit while the going is Good. Autos Are serviced the big automobiles which Are capital and District first prizes in the Campaign Are being finally being serviced this week to be in Tiptop shape for the winners. They will be All ready to be driven away As soon As the last votes Are tabulated. Period Bonus of 10,000 votes for each new year the last Opportunity to secure added votes on Extension subscriptions and it Marks the end of the big Point offer on new subscriptions. Nept week the smallest schedule of the Campaign is in effect. Any subscription turned in next week will produce less votes than at any other time in the Campaign. Until 9 p. M. Saturday candidates who Are successful in Selling Extension subscriptions will help themselves to Extension votes. After saturday there is no Extension subscription vote schedule. The time is so Short and so much is at stake that any Candi continued on Page twelve Ford boosts pay by 20 millions minimum wage raised to $7 Pek Day for entire or can tation by David j. Wilkie Detroit Mich., dec. 3�?c43 a wage increases that will add approximately $20,000,000 a year to gleanings from Hoover message sold ail j. Konechne of Kimball had 70 fall pigs some floor. It is understood he has spent steers cows and Bull calves. Several weeks preparing for these i j j r i speeches however and it is sex instead of putting thens peeled they will Amish one of the All in one Adas so Manyet in Tyl. Quot Sessle a s wish to do he placed three o a separate ads in cer each Detro i awarded proper classification and he first skiing meet i certainly reaped the Bene Chicago 111., dec 3-the fest i fit f i d judgment annual american ski championship amp the recently formed american he wrote both the cattle How a that for it pays to advertise in the Republican All Btu of by association has been awarded to Detroit ski club Detroit Mich. The championship which is to be held in conjunction with the annual meeting of the association is scheduled for sunday january 19, in re a i sold and bogs service no Serrations of our institutions. It is the most serious Issue before our people. A the orderly administration of the Tow involves More than the Mere machinery of Law enforcement. The efficient use of that machinery and a spirit in our people in support of Law Are alike essential. We have need for improvement in both. A however much we May perfect the mechanism still if the citizen who is himself dependent upon some Laws for the Protection of All that he has and All that he holds dear shall insist in selecting the particular Laws which he will obey he undermines his own safety and that of his country. Blames indifference a this attitude May obscure but it can not conceal the ugly truth that the lawbreaker whoever he May be is the enemy of society. We can no longer gloss Over the unpleasant reality which should be made vital in the consciousness of every citizen that he who condones or traffics with crime who is indifferent to it and to the punishment of the criminal or to the lax performance of official duty is himself the most effective Agency for the breakdown of society. Or. Hoover specified three Steps which he had concluded were necessary to bring about More efficient enforcement of prohibition. These were Transfer to the department of Justice of the functions of detection and a to a considerable degree of prosecution now lodged with the prohibition Bureau in the Treasury department Relief for congested court conditions by simplifying procedure for Petty cases arum codification of the prohibition Laws to avoid necessity of resorting to statutes some of them 40 years old. He added that agencies charged with preventing smuggling should be organized into one Border patrol under the coast guard. President Hoover said that although the country had enjoyed a a Large degree of Prosperity and sound Progress during the past year a the Long upward trend of fundamental Progress had Given Rise Quot to Over optimism As to profits which translated itself into a wave of uncontrolled speculation in securities resulting in the diversion of capital from business to the Stock Market and the inevitable lauds Federal Reserve Quot fortunately a he continued a the Federal Reserve system had taken measures to strengthen the Posi a Tion against the Day when speculation would break which together continued on Page five with thousands of people driven from their Homes and asserted that since the dispute began a no effective Steps had been taken by either of the nations to arbitrate the controversy. Must be protested the Efficacy of the Kellogg treaty he continued depends upon the sincerity of the governments which Are party to it its sole Sanction lies in the Power of the Public opinion of those countries and if the manchurian disturbance is allowed to pass unnoticed or unprotected the Quot intelligent strength of the Public opinion of the world in support of peace can not but be the memorandum which was sent in identical form to both Moscow and piping recalled that in july both Russia and China in response to a reminder from America gave formal Assurance that the commitments of the Kellogg treaty would be fulfilled. It spoke of a the apprehensive concerns with which America has observed the trend of events in Manchuria. Again calling attention to the peace pact the memorandum said hat Quot the respect with which China my Russia will hereafter be held n the Good opinion of the world will necessarily in great measure depend upon the Way in which they Quot any out these most sacred o a Washington d. C., dec. 3.�? a3 Here Are some outstanding passages in president hoovers annual message to Congress we Are not Only at peace with All the world but the foundations Flure peace Are being sub Stan Pany were announced today by de strengthened. Bel Ford president of the company. The minimum wage of $6 a Day is . Rightful Ness 0f 0ur increased to $7 a Day and increases. Graduating on the basis of five deepens is whether we have sus cents a hour were Given employees i tried and advanced the ideals of already receiving Between $7 and i the american people. 10 a Day. Today in Congress by the associated press Senate hears president hoovers first annual message. Takes up Case of seating William s. Vare Pennsylvania senator elect. Elections committee considers Vare Wilson contest. Interstate Commerce committee plans investigation of radio Telephone and Telegraph communications. House hears president hoovers first annual message. Committee on committees holds preliminary meetings on committee assignments. O Yale Crew coach studies de Leader Yale Crew coach who obtained an la. B. Degree at Washington University and a b. A. At Yale is now studying for a m. A. Degree. O the University of Tulsa has begun construction of $650,000 Worth of new building the increase which is effective As of dec. I is confined to employees within the United states. Of these 115,643 come in the classification of increases of five cents an hour to All employees who have been receiving $7 or More per Day. The increase is in line with the announcement recently made by Henry Ford at Washington during president hoovers business conference. The wage increase from a minimum of $6 a Day to $7 is a third major step of this kind taken by the company since january 1914. At that time the company startled the Industrial world by raising the scale from an average of $2.34 a Day to a minimum of $5. This increase generally was considered a Radical Industrial move and Many economists contended it could not be successfully accomplished. Simultaneously the company reduced the working Day from nine hours to eight hours. The increase alone resulted in an increase of $11,000,000 a year for the workers concerned while additions to the number of employees by reason of the Shorter working Day caused an added wage payment throughout the Ford plants of $6,000,000 a year. The second Maor increase was on january i 1919 when the minimum scale was increased from $5 to $6 a Day. Weather forecast by the associated press South Dakota a generally fair tonight and wednesday slightly colder tonight in West portion. Nebraska a generally fair tonight and wednesday colder tonight in Northwest portion and slightly warmer in extreme Southeast portion. Minnesota a partly Cloudy tonight and wednesday except possibly Snow tonight in extreme East portions not so cold tonight in East portion somewhat colder wednesday in Southwest portion. Iowa a partly Cloudy to Cloudy tonight and wednesday probably Snow in extreme East portion rising temperature tonight somewhat colder wednesday in Northwest portion. Local temperatures maximum and minimum temperatures As recorded by the government thermometer from 7 a. In. Yesterday to 7 a. In. Today maximum 20. Minimum 3. At 7 a. In. 20. We need to reestablish Faith that the highest interests of our country Are served by insistence upon Swift and even handed administration of Justice to All offenders whether Rich or poor. The first duty of the president under his oath is to secure the enforcement of the Laws. Our Laws Are made by the people themselves theirs is the right to work for their repeal but until repeal it is an equal duty to observe them and demand their enforcement. Evening Republican Bureau the Albee building Washington d. Washington d. C., dec. 3.�?an increase of nearly forty per cent next year in the amount of Federal funds allotted to South Dakota for state Highway construction May be expected As a result of president hoovers plans for a nation wide building program it is Learned Here today. A congressional move is already on foot to increase the total annual appropriation for Federal Aid from $75,000,000 to $125,000,000. In View of the presidents declaration that continued building is essential to the maintenance of Prosperity it is expected that the increase will be approved by him. Will get big share with a proportionately Large Road mileage already completed with Federal Aid South Dakota is expected to get a Large share As a state quota when the additional funds Are divided among the states next year. This insures a Large increase in the amount of Federal funds to be spent in the state next year for improvements. It has already been announced that the Treasury department will expedite its Public building program which includes several Post office structures i n South Dakota now in line for action this year. The basis upon which the Federal funds for highways will be allowed depends on the factors of population total area and mileage of Roadway completed the Federal Bureau of Public roads explains. State in Strong position the fact that South Dakota according to latest report has now under construction or approved for construction Highway mileage costing about $5,000,000, of which the Federal Treasury contributed practically one half will be a Strong argument for the allocation of a substantially increased sum in this state next year it is believed. The Bureau seeks to place the funds in those sections where ready cooperation is gained from the states in contributing their share to match Federal funds in Road building it is said. South Dakota members of Congress Are said to be Back of the proposal for an increase in the Federal Highway Aid appropriation and will support this proposal during the approaching regular session. We still have marines on foreign soil x x x x in a Large sense we do not wish to be represented abroad in such manner. To preserve internal order and Freedom from encroachment is the first purpose of government. The finances of the government Are in sound condition. We cannot fail to recognize the obligations of the government in support of Public welfare but we must coincide entry Bear in mind the Burden of taxes and strive to find Relief through some tax reduction. There is no fundamental conflict Between the interests of the Farmer and the worker xxx nor is there any real conflict Between the East and the West or the North and the South. weather and roads temp. 7a.m. Hilo of pct. Huron 18 18 -3 .00 Good Yankton 21 21 5 .00 Good Sioux Falls la 12 2 .00 Good Aberdeen 20 20 12 .00 fair Watertown 9 to 0 .00 Good rapid City 30 45 16 .00 Good Pierre 26 26 9 .00 Good i do not favor the operation by the government of either Power or manufacturing business except As an unavoidable byproduct of some other major Public purpose. Williamson offers vet Bureau Bill Washington d. C., dec. 3�? up a consolidation of All government agencies dealing with War veterans with the veterans Bureau would be More Federal Aid will give impetus to paving Pierre s. D., dec. 3�? special a increased Federal Aid for Highway construction in South Dakota probably will give an impetus to a hard surfaced paving program in he state in the opinion of c. T. Bates West. River member of the state Highway commission. At any rate it will increase the states quota of Federal Aid by approximately half a million dollars Anco make available from that Saree about $1,700,-000 instead of $1,200,000, the states quota of Federal Aid Road Money under the old , said or. Bates. More Money for no. 50 the proposed i. Crease in the Federal Aid appropriation will also n. Be More funds available for the construction of state Highway no. 50, or. Bates said. The commissioner pointed out that the Rosebud counties because of their Large area and Small population Are not favored with a Large Federal Road quota and this condition has worked against rapid completion of Highway no. 50. With More Money coming to the state however and with a consequent proportionate larger quota for that Section or. Bates thought it would be possible to do More work under the proposed new arrangement than has been done before. Or. Bates also pointed out that the National association of state authorized under a Bill introduced. Today by chairman Williamson of Highway commis Siers had asked the the House expenditures committee. The president would be authorized by the measure to Transfer the pension Bureau from the Interior department and the National Home for disabled Volunteer soldiers to the jurisdiction of the veterans Bureau. Under the plan annual expenditures of the government amounting to $750,000,000 for Relief and benefits to former members of the military and naval establishments would be placed under the direction nearly half of the fatal mine accidents in the United states Are caused by Falls of mine roof and Coal. Government to remove the limit from the amount per mile that the government spends on Highway construction. Such action. He pointed out would also make additional funds available. A paving possibility it was suggested to the commissioner that it might be possible to induce the Federal Bureau of roads to make a slight change in its Road policy so that construction of paved roads would receive an additional impetus. Or. Bates pointed out that under the present policy the government will spend no Money on Highway maintenance but that it will authorize expenditures when reconstruction of Gravelled Federal conto id on pug Fin

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