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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - July 9, 1929, Mitchell, South Dakota
China divorce mad says midgets tenth withhold Grain during Rush season is advice of Commerce Bureau q 0 p Leaden fear Mea wont be ready by f August 19demos act behave i .r.ztcn. D c. July 9.�?up a rap of the Tariff Hill wort Senate finance committee Nins preparation for the a the Tam the recess ends is demanded by senator Indiana the Republican or a a is sew As the first step in. Effort to wind a a of Riff contest before the Reg Sion Ooens in december mar. Smock of the committee t. Acre Henshue of late that would t be ready by a faint Hope held for 21 men As h-47 goes Down in 270 feet of water collides with l-12 Quot London. Eng., july 9�? up a the j British submarine h-47, with 21 of her Crew believed dead or trapped within her today was sunk in 270 i feet or water in St. George s Chan j be off the Pembroke coast to the Fitch guard. The undersea Craft was struck by the submarine l�?12, a larger vessel and Sank so quickly that Only two of her Normal Crew of 23 were saved. These were lieutenant r. J. I Gardner her commanding Sidney Cleburne of Devonport. I Telegraph operator both of whom presumably were in her conning Tower. The l-12 lost erne Man. Charles i Edward Pupil chief Signaller who is i missing while Arthur Sampson a i Seaman was in a critical condition from injuries he suffered in the crash As soon As word of the disaster was received the Dock tugs resolve and grappler hurriedly prepared to go to sea with Salvage gear from Portsmouth. The circumstances under which the disaster took place and How badly the submarine was smashed when she went Down were not Given in the first announcements by i the admiralty. It appeared however that the h-47 Sank in about 270 feet of water. Or nearly three times that in which the american submarine s-4 Sank in 1927, and considerably deep-1 or than that in which the sol Sank in 1925. Salvage operations at Suh a depth would be exceedingly difficult. The first lord of the admiralty an i bounced in the House of commons this afternoon that no Hope could be entertained that the remainder of the Crew of the h-47 could be i rescued Valley net stars Start play Dell rapids. S d., july 9�?-a3 a Horace Barton of Sioux palls Claude Krause of Minneapolis. Art Brunstedt of rapid City and Carl i j. Myers of Watertown were seeded among the 45 entrants when pairings were made this afternoon for the mens singles of the annual Sioux Valley Tennis tournament. A Charles Heacock of rapid City was not on hand for the defense of his championship. Barton 1927 state Champion and Sharer of the Valley and South Dakota doubles championships was seeded no. I position no 2 position was accorded Kraus former tourney singles Champion. J Rundstedt. Who is at the Bottom of Bartons bracket won the state championship in 1925. While Myers. At the Bottom of the lower bracket. Is former singles Champion of Kansas City. The first match started this afternoon. Tomorrow the Sourn Dakota women a single s championship event will begin. The women s doubles will get under Way wednesday afternoon or . D. Steam Coal rate Cut is urged Aberdeen. S. D. July 9�? recommendation that the steam Coal rate for South Dakota Points be 85 percent of the Lump Coal rate was made by examiner Haggerty of the interstate Commerce commission after hearing testimony Here yesterday. The reduction would amount to about la cents a ton on Coal from Roundup. Wye., if the recommend cd attic goes . Traffic commission a s. Borine stated. Railroads and other interests Are sex peeled to enter objections to this recommendation. The Cut would brim Roundup Coal Down from Isis to 13.37 per ton. This action was started by the Northwest retail Coal dealers association. Later Aberdeen and Mitchell traffic bureaus and the state Railroad commission intervened. W h. Keller represented the Coal dealers association. W g Lyons appeared for Mitchell and assistant attorney general h Bode for the Railroad commission a r. P. Romans. T. B Ander be read p. I Johnson of Aberdeen testified at the hearing. In ran to behave rats have give informal sweat thew will cooperate to re Tariff Bills Are acted top i he extra session. But the an independents who Are in in opposition to the ire have Given no tar a they Are in a hurry he legislation enacted Nate Tariff contest is More Ruth away but there Are a a diction already of Stormy perhaps lengthy debate. Quot of the Export debenture of farm Relief who lost he agricultural legislation trained to put their plan Bill and this Issue a result in several weeks we ply spar altogether the Outlook is dubious re sea or Watson the adm is Ranee Pilot in the Senate is it the whip to apply with the mrs irs the drive to get the Issue rifled before december. Meanwhile the finance commit a is or my ahead with its hearings Carara Ory to closing the doors a week for the actual rewriting f a he House measure. Even before this work is begun i Quot cts Are floating about the sen a corridors of the prospective Era of revision to be made in the Rouse Bdl some of file Miv that the Roub Figeac adm Iris a Stoa group which controls the Ranee committee is going to toe it he increases catered by the Louse in the tariffs on building or goals. Including shingles Brick Dir Marie and Brick lumber and a meet. But these Are Only rumours. Ann Livingston i above is shown in one of her interested moments in the court room during her recent suit for a Quarter of a million dollars heart Balm against Franklin Harding 52 year old millionaire manufacturer of Chicago. Ann. Who save she went to Chicago mom Tulsa okla. At the urgent invitation of Harding who. She says. Premised to marry her. Sued the acid myths Sawe when he refused to Fai fill his part of what she termed a wedding agreement. Ann s character was Given Many Black Marks by defense witnesses and the purr which received the Case saturday Ever cd brought in a verdict for Ann of % 75 too. Just a tenth of the amount for which she rued. At the Manchu Jascha Heifetz noted violinist and mrs. Heifetz the former Florence Vidor would give most anything to find out who started the wild Rumor they were to be divorced a we were never happier and there is certainly no misunderstanding Between us. Pan and France who Chicago yesterday. A the younger generation went old with the building of the she explained a Young men and women wanted Freedom in everything and particularly in marriage. They wanted to choose their own wives and husbands. And Many of those contracted to another by their parents at the age of four were the first to seek advantage of the divorce Princess Der Ling who has been living in California is in route to the Pacific coast from new York. Farm Aid studied at Belle four Che Newell s. D. Kuiv 9�?ob�?farm-ers and business men from the by it four Che irrigation District this t discussed Means of of a in formation which Mav be w some importance to the Federal government in its Relief program. In compliance with general requests sent to All Federal irrigated projects the Farmers and business men of the Belle four Che District have been asked to take in matters which Are considered in need of in a nut to greatest problem of the District Here it is said. Is to tenure More owners and higher re to Ira from farms which Are operate d at present on a rent basis. The Avern returns from the farms Are tid to be considerably below what her should the meeting was Beme held Here the a Cia mation office. Farrows and business men from sur communities were attend carriers urged to Rush facilities to Kansas for moving Grain Washington C., july a #9�? chairman Lewis of the interstate Commerce commission today wired senator Brookhart. Republican. Iowa that the commission is attempting to provide sufficient cars to provide for the marketing of wheat. The Telegram was in reply to one from senator Brookhart in which he Askov the commission to Ake a speedy and drastic action to see that an adequate number of Railroad cars were provided. Senator Broo Khan said that he found a a most critical and distressing wheat situation in Oklahoma and Kan a the Grain car situation in Oklahoma. Kansas and other wheat growing chairman Lewis Telegram said a has been under close supervision since Harvest began. Action already has been taken to increase the car Supply for Gram leading nyx the Santa be and Rock Island. Culver City airmen will break record today if they remain aloft Culver City Cali july 9�? fire the biplane angeleno with two weary pilots aboard soared through fog Laden skies above this Airport at 1 30 29 p. A. Today equalling the world endurance flight record of 174 hours 59 seconds. For matches scheduled for Tod by in contest at Highmore Highmore s. A. July 9�?�? eight golfers three from Aberdeen two from Huron two from Miller and one from Mobridge were the Only survivors today in the Northern South Dakota Golf association s Tournai to Here. Huron s entrants the Rev. S. D. Disrud and or. H. D. Saylor won easily yesterday Rad beat Jerry Ryan of Highmore four and two while Saylor had to play ten holes to beat Al Schroeder of Miller. 9 to a. It. 4 Lee but. Aberdeen won rom w w Swanson of Highmore. 3 and i while Braskamp. Another entry won from Jordan of Highmore. 4 and 2. A Howard of Aberdeen forfeited to Bob Welsh of the same City when the former received a message that his father. C a. Howard. Or. Was seriously ill. Bill Johnson of Miller eliminated Enteiman of Aberdeen one up. At the end of two extra holes in one of the Best matches of the Day Harold Schroeder Miler a other entry won from perk Ings of Highmore 3 to x Tome Lawlis. Mobridge tone representative remaining in the meet. Advanced to the third round by winning from e. Harkins of Aberdeen. Pairings today were Disrud and Blitz Braskamp and Law is Saylor and Johnson h. Schroeder and Welsh. Tinsley is Given 12 years in prison Pierre s. D. July 9.�?�?~-aft�?c. B. Tinsley was sentenced to 12 years in the United states Federal prison at Leavenworth. Kansas today by judge Lee Wyman of the United states District court Here. Affer conviction for larceny and conspiracy William Shepard and John Reed were Given 7 years and one year and one Day respectively on the same charges. A motion for new trial was denied by Edge Wyman Aileen Stanley wins divorce suit Chicago. Vej. July 9.�? a re Admi Stanley vaudeville and revue Singer. Won a divorce in Superior court Yeste div from her Saccom pasc husband. Charles n butter uth. Miss Stanley entered judge Gem Miil a court wearing a severely Plain tailored suit reaching to her Ankles. A nondescript hat at an unusual Angle and Tortoise Shell glasses. None might have known it identity had not the Bailiff been overheard to whisper to the co in clerk. A that s Atosa Stanley the actress who is a featured player with the musical show a pleasure bound now showing Here charged Buthenuth with to debate War debt accords Paris. France. July 9�?c-p a the French Cabinet today decided to open the Hoof Vales thursday on oratory in the chamber of deputies a relating to the ratification of the debt accords with America and Cree. Britain. Premier Poincare himself will be i the first speaker he indicated it Oro Bab in would take him the entire first Day to review the situation for the chamber which will be asked tonight to leave thursday and the Sueree Dinic Days of it Calendar for the debt discussions. The Premier already has spoken Fem six Days in favor of the Accord before the chamber s finance and foreign affairs committees both of which later voted in favor of antigovernment Tom int Ems expressing necessity for a safeguard reservation in the ratifications. National league Chicago. Wooi Boston pcs of Jorai Ard. Cvengros and Gonzales Cantwell and Sci ire. St. Louis. Oto 3 Philadelphia. 002 0 Haird and Wilson daily and Lerian. Cincinnati. Oro ids new York. 302 102 Donohue Luque and Sake Forth Scott. Hogan Genewich and of far Tell. Pittsburgh too 900 Brooklyn. 909 Ooi Kremer and Hargreaves Hemsley Dudley and Picinich. American league Wash Tigon. Too Detroit. Too Braxton and Tae Carroll and Hargrave Philadelphia. Too Chicago. On 0 Quinn Ira re rms Pater and Berg. Boston Cleeva ind. Raja col. Andrews is named elks head los Angeles calif., july 9�?�? colonel after Pemberton Andrews Oast exalted ruler of Lodz no. 78. Atlanta ga., today was a Narmous a elected grand exalted ruler of the benevolent and protective order of inks n the executive session of the 55th convention Here. Coir eel Andrews in 1313 was anon in Ted by president Woodrow Wilton to be Cottam Ismar general to the Mediterranean and Balkan states a. He of he Panaca pay civic expedition. J Edgar masters of Charleroi. A was re elected grand Secretary Lloyd Maxwell of Chicago grand treasurer and a. Charles Stewart. Frostburg my grand trustee Kingsbury co. Has new health doctor Desmet. S. D. July 9�?dr b a d in had been named superintended of the county Board of health by the Kingsbury county Board of commissioners it was announced this week. Or. Dvar replaces or a e. Nostrum who resigned rec nov or Bostrom is said to have accented t position with the state Board of health and to have been assigned to control the contagious diseases. Woman Slayer held to grand jury tour #. Iii. July 9�?�?~,-p�?waiving prelim us amp by examination. Laura Weaver Al year Cid confessed Torch Slayer of her common Tow husband toe a was bound Ever to the october grand jury without bail she confessed strangling William. T. Kitselman. .52. Jim 30 Aid Borning his body beyond recaps if a i the evening Republican third edition vol Xxxvi Mitchell s. D. Tuesday july 9, 1929 ten pages number 233pathfinder Down in Spain
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