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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - July 19, 1929, Mitchell, South Dakota
Upon these Hopes of Farmer hang divorce proctors Bare legs upset a courtroom Cool attire she says makes for office efficiency and adds that a woman a dignity is not attained by a pair of Silken stockings Kansas City mo., july 15�?it Tot time that working women who Are. Condemned to spend their Summers in Stuffy offices and on hot streets had a fling at the Back to nature b movement in the opinion of miss jul Sophia Ann Riley. Kansas City s 24-year-old divorce Proctor. It miss Riley who created a furore among men officials when she re Quot gently appeared in court stocking a a. Less and wearing a dress with a Low my a vein the Back stoutly defends ? Bare leg and Sun Tan backs. S Urz i he should not women in of a a flees be Cool As Well As those at s Jessi summer resorts Quot asks miss rile. Flak a Babi the divorce Proctor Points out Vesp pm or that a girl May Wear an abbreviated he a a Hing Sun. All summer without Jyh criticism Anc a hat she May appear hip a x Job Shvab in a few inches of Chiffon at a he f jaw Tom party without any one lifting an Hill sad Qhok even Row. She uses Down he by Jap Jhu c la 11 St cd k n g s c r cd s y i a y ? a so f i if or a a shoulder Blade in a. Office or court 9h i i room she becomes a subject of of i y Ghr Quot the woman who is working is to far Mort need of Betag Comfort j r Able than is the one who is lying j on the Sands of a Beach or sipping v pm punch Ai a party add miss r Quot Cool attire mates for greater El-1 Guh amp Are a fic ency to in reply to critics who questioned it a ajl the dignity of Bare legs for a i i v a a Vorce Proctor. Miss Riley replied miss Sophia Ann Riley that dignity was not determined by a such trifles As and that dignity even if they a wore rubber some people would never achieve i boots. Passengers predict More bodies will be found in Pullman floods balk Rescue Stratton. Colo., july 19.�?of a v bodies had been recovered Mcday from the wreckage of Chicago Rock Island and a crack passenger train which Mord through a flood weakened into an Arroyo a few Miles Here at Dawn yesterday. V m lamps rigged on wrecking Tim grilled the twisted steel p ruins As searchers worked is our the night in an Effort to pure addition bodies in the a a a. Car Quot the Cape porpoise May. beneath the torrent r 5 no ired Down the ordinarily Watson indicates administration favors dry Law proposal Borah disapproves Washington. C., july 19�?c4n�? the prohibition suggestions made by chairman Wickerham of the presidents law7 enforcement com miso in the letter read to the governor s conference at new London Conn continued today to engage in the attention of wet and dry members of Congress. In some quarters meanwhile if was regarded As clearly established that the president had no intention of complying with the demand of senator Caraway dry Democrat of Arkansas for the chairman s resignation on the ground that he had a sacrificed his support by Watson that conclusion was drawn from the statement by senator Watson of Indiana. Republican Leader in defense of the Wickersham proposal that enforcement responsibility be definitely divided Between the Federal go Emmen and the states which was coupled with his suggestion that if this were done a National and state Laws might be modified so As to become reasonable and the Republican Leader who if a closely associated with president Hoover interpreted the letter As 1 urging Quot that the states do their full duty in enforcing the eighteenth a chairman Wickersham a state i ment a he said a was an Effort to enlist the support of the states undoing their full constitutional duty. The eighteenth amendment left the state s concurrent Power with the Federal government to enforce its provision. Some of the states have not exerted that Dower. Slapped by Bora senator Borah Republican Idaho dry Leader and supporter of the i presidents enforcement program a remarked that or. Wickersham had i a at least succeeded in making it Clear that he regards the prohibition Law As unenforceable a he declined to say whether he thought president Hoover had seen the letter before it was sent to governor Roosevelt of new York. Who read it at the con Ferenec. A less recent to that Point. Senator Tydings. Wet Democrat of Mary land. Declared he did Quot not think a Hoover had anything to do with but regarded it As an a Effort to get the reaction of the governors so that the commission might study their views a although he is opposed to a divided control he held that it a is a move in the right showing a that men at the head of i things Are at least beginning to question where we Are Caraway replies the controversy Between senators Caraway and Watson was continued today by the former who declared the Wickersham letter was a not an Appeal to the states to do their full constitutional duty As Watson said but a simply a proposal for a Trade Between the states and Federal government of methods of enforcement. A Wickersham did no to even suggest what Watson said he j Caraway declared denying that j former governor Smith in the Campaign last fall Recu daird the democratic dry platform As Watson had charged. Quot that Irno to the arkansans said. A if Smith said what we twit said he did nobody would have supported him. Wickersham s proposal Means nullification of the Constitution and Smith consistently declared he would always uphold All the Laws on the now settles to siege new Orleans. La. July is Iffie the Street car strike settled Down to a siege today Between the Union and the company with the City commit a Council standing to Between them beseeching peace. The Council arranged for separate meetings with the Union and company officials. At an open air mass meeting last night the demand of in howling mass of men and women for municipal operation of stat cars was voiced. Francis Williams chairman of the Louisiana Public service com Mission declared the Street cars should be taken Over and one ated by the Cliv if the new Orleans Public service persisted in att emoting to operate on an open shop basis. Public service officials planned to put More cars out with non Union Rny under the Protection of a United states for Industry in s. Are used As Tariff argument to outlooks Brights evening Republican Bureau. The Albee building. Washington. Cd Washington d. A july 19�? an i increase in the duty on manganese Ore is expected from the Senate finance committee by j. Carson Adkerson. Representative of the Amer ican manganese producers Asso a elation he said Here today. The manganese schedule. On which hearings were held recently j is new under consideration by a i sub committee consisting of senator Reed of Pennsylvania chairman and senators Edge Smoot Barclay and King. Their decision on the manganese rate will not be known definitely for several weeks. The recent decline in the foreign i manganese Ore Price which has occurred since the finance committee i began its hearings is cited by Adkerson As indicative of a move by the committee to increase the manganese rate which now stands at one cent a Pound for High Grade Ore. Industry per led Quot i believe the committee will take cognizance of this situation which might conceivably result in destroying the manganese Industry to the extent to which it has now been de veined and will raise the duty to the i 1-2 cent level which we have Adkerson said. A we feel that this rate is essential to warrant the development of the Rich 4ore deposits now existent in midwestern and Southern states. Putting it upon a More practical basis we think it is a requisite duty for i equalizing the Cost of production Here and although pointing out that it cannot be known what action is a taken by the finance committee until an official announcement is made Adkerson said that in his belief a the committee will see fit to raise the manganese glowing reports from s. Discussing the potential Ore deposits in South Dakota which he used in indicating to the Senate committee that the american Supply was ample to justify the growth of a native Industry. Adkerson said he has recently received a glowing i reports from that Section. A i am informed by or. John Savage. Duluth Minnesota Engineer. Who has had considerable experience in investigating Ore deposits. That a potential Supply of about 50.000 Coo tons of Ore has been found to the Beds in the Vicinity of Chamberlain South Dakota. Similar reports some of them even More optimistic have been made of the South Dakota territory a a with the proper Protection we lock for the rapid growth of a manganese Industry in this and other mid Western sections a Adkerson stated. Re Bank of the Stream Ullman and baggage cars a two of the pullmans merged no the Arroyo bodies were taken from re porpoise which was so in submerged that it was in after the wreck before realized that one of the he a brain was missing. The by that of a negro punter. Was found a mile Down Rem the wreck. Of the More than too pass. Board the Tram were told were taken to the hos runs not this ration by president Hoover sitting with the Federal farm Beard considered the most important Agency established by the government in recent years. Standing left to r ight. W f. Schilling of Minnesota Charles s. Wilson of new York Carl Williams of Oklahoma and c. P. Denman of St. Louis. Seated left to right. James e Stone vice chairman of Lexington. By. Secretary Hyde sex offi Cio member president Hoover Alexander Legge of Chicago chairman of the Board and c. T eague of los Angeles. Task of framing Bill to Start on monday hearings ended Washington d. July 19.�?op a Republican members of the Senate finance committee will begin their Effort monday to Complete the task of rewriting the House Bill in time for presentation to the Senate when it re assembles on August 19. In the meantime the full membership of the committee. Democrats As Well As republicans Are taking advantage of their opportune to rest after the five weeks they have devoted to hearing hundreds of witnesses appealing for rates on various different commodities higher than the House Bill proposes supporting different sections of that measure attacking rate and administrative changes it would bring about. The open hearings in which All members of the committee participated. Were begun june 12 and were to have ended july to but the decision to give witnesses full Ooper Trinity to express their desires carried them through yesterday. Chairman Smoot and senator Watson of Indiana party Leader and ranking Republican on the committee however expect to have a report ready for the Senate August is unless unforeseen disagreements interfere. The formulation of that report expected to involve a somewhat general rewriting of the Bill will be worked out behind closed doers by the majority members in accordance with the Long established custom of handling Tariff legislation. The sugar schedule one of the highly controversial sections which undoubtedly will arouse lengthy debate in the Senate probably will take up a Good Deal of time in the executive sessions of the committee republicans. Chairman Smoot has worked out a sliding scale pc Ocsai which he says would operate to provide lower sugar duty than that voted by the house�?2.40 cents a Pound on cuban sugar As compared with 1.76 in the present Law. Hints Hooyer to enter Tariff fight Washington. A. July 19�?oto�? the Washington Post today says Quot president Hoover has directed the Tariff commission to give him a report of ail democratic members of the House and democratic senators who have made requests of it continues. A emr. Hoover is preparing himself to get into the Tariff fight a the report it is understood will be ready in a week or ten Days. So far As can be Learned comparatively few democrats have asked anything of the commission at least increases and in the instances in which they did. The increase was sought on agricultural products. A the presidents request however caused considerable Surprise. It can not be. It is pointed Cut. That he has in mind reviewing the cases in which the democrats have been turned Down wih a View to revising tile action of his predecessor. The conclusion must be that he is arming himself for the Tariff fight that he intends to use the information himself or plans to turn it Over to the administration bandits use machine gun to loot Cherokee institution of Siow Cherokee Iowa july is Oil a travelling Man named Herff and an unidentified Man were wounded neither seriously by five bandits who employed a machine gun to hold up the first National Bank today and escape with currency Silver and negotiable Bonds valued at $4,000. He Holdup occurred at 12 10 p. In. The bandits escaped in a coloured i Sedan in which one of them waited outside. A rain of bullets was fired at state senator Lew Mcdonald who rushed across the Street seeking help As All persons on the streets were ordered to cover. Herff was shot behind the ear As he was retiring at the command of the bandits to the hotel Lewis. The unidentified Man was shot in the Arm. While one of the five bandits waited in the car and another played the machine gun on the Street another dressed in a dark Blue suit and a Straw hat entered the Bank pointed a gun in the faces of three Empi Oves ordering them to lie on the floor. Harvey Adkins assistant cashier was ordered to open the Sale while miss Ruth Hosmer clerk and Miller Redfield cashier remained on the floor. The bandits then went through the two cages and the vault scooping up currency Silver and negotiable Bonds. The machine gunner directed his fire at senator Mcdonald As he rushed toward the hotel but the legislator escaped unscathed As the bullets crashed through the hotel windows. Charles Anderson Bank janitor gave the alarm ordered to the basement he escaped through a window. A Nosse started in Pursuit of tile bandits who drove South. Border clashes which might Vreca of Tate War Are feared in Europe Moscow Russia. July 19�?ob a the acting head of the soviet government told american newspapermen that soviet Russia had no intention of declaring War on China Over the manchurian situation. Citing the Kellogg Pele pact to which Russia is signatory. Jan r and in t a. Who in the absence of Alexei Rykoff Heads the government a d Russia thought the Kellogg pact mgt re wee in us than the loss of $o.-g0m## or sio.004,of9 involved in seizure of the chinese Eastern and suspension of Trade relations with China. A Manv of the assents were preparer for their first View of the Rains. Dawn was breaking r v the Tram sped Westward Ujj estimated Speed of 45 Miles an Engineer m. V. Ryan of Colorado Springs. Colo., a Veteran of 2s years service on the Rock Island and Pilot of the head engine of the double header said the engine crosser one Bridge safely. The Structure gave Way As the rear wheels of the baggage car parsec Ever it. The car cleared the Bridge and plunged off the track turning Over. A second Pullman Sines cleared the Arroyo tis rear Section Only failing into the Stream. The next. Cor. A the Cape porpoise Vas submerged and the front seeder. Of the Pullman next to Hoe fell into the water. The remainder of the 13 coaches were strewn about the Prairie. Quot. I r an disconnected tis engine rec raced to Yonah four Miles away where he reported the Seei Itrat. Returning immediately to Aid in the Rescue walk. Escaped by window e j. Perry of new Bedford. Moss. Tk3 Only survivor of the passengers e the death car was awake when line car plunged into the water. He escaped by breaking a window and a As carried a half mile Down Stream pm the wreck before he reached be Shore of the 50 foot wide Stream. Railroad men throughout yester or sought to hoist the submerged at with derricks but the Rush of Arater Defeated their efforts. Vil be a Complete Check was fc.->055tole Rumor persisted that several zingers were missing and it was predicted that two. Or three More idles would be found in the Cooch. The list of dead announced by the . Follows miss Mary Mcdonald. West Palm Beach. Ria. C f Carlie. New York City. Mrs. G f Carlie. New York City. Ila Carlie. New York City. Mrs. Ben Lewis. Mcm pm. Mrs. Jennie Foix. Memphis. Brooks Cline. Negro Porter identified negro l Ards Foiles ape plot at s. Prison erne Falls s. July i guards prevented a jail break from a re South Dakota Penitentiary late Quot Verdi. When two convicts were revered tax my through the bars Tilry it cells. R n i v re apprehended. Roy Rogers r Minnesota serving for n Bank v at Huron had sawed his cell Bot was wait ii for Quot an Jensen of Hamlin county re is As working on his second bar. A tigers had been under surveil-5ir.ee a package of Hacksaw 1�?o 7 stolen from the prison lottery about three weeks Pierre rain helps to break wheat Chicago. 111. July 19.�? to a a Light rain reported in the Canadian Northwest and at Pierre. S. A. Weakened the Grain markets today. And with a Lul in buying prices declared. Wheat opened unchanged from yesterdays finish to i 1-2 cent higher but the current turned within the opening hour and closed 3 1-4 to 4 1-2 cents lower than thursday s close. Temperatures from 80 to 102 degrees were prevalent Over the Canadian Prairie provinces yester a y and the forecast was for fair and Wanner today. A Straw of Hope was extended in the prediction of scattered Thunder showers. Rain fell today at Edmonton. Prince Albert and Pierre. S. A. But the extent of the Relief to the drought afflicted Spring wheat crop was yet unknown. # the Liverpool Market was steadied for a time by buying influenced by re a favourable reports from Australia Tut declined later. Brookings holds its 50th birthday fete Brookings. S. A. July 19�?-.t�? crediting much of the rapid advancement of South Dakota to the pioneers of 50 or More years age. Governor w. J. Balow paid tribute to the Early settlers yesterday at the opening program of the two a Celebration commemorating tile Dom anniversary of the founding of Brookings. More than 500 pioneers who settled in Brookings county 40 or More years ago registered and received Pioneer buttons. Int two earliest settlers reporting were a m. Wohl who came Here in 1868 and Erick Trygstad who arrived in 1863. Other speakers on the program were Karl Mundt of Madison pres ident of the South Dakota Isaac Walton league and j. A. Mathews Pioneer attorney who spoke for the old settlers. The crowd yesterday was estimated at 3,000 prohibition wins in Canadian plebiscite Charlottetown. P. E. I. July 19�? of a the prohibition act of the Canadian province of Prince Edward Island is decisively endorsed by a plebiscite yesterday a. Which voters were asked to decide Between its retention or substitution of government Sale before th0 return were completed prohibition was conceded a Large majority. Approximately 17.0w electors Cas their ballets about 50 per cent of the vote polled in the general provincial election of 1927. The two questions submitted to the electorate Wert 1�?Are you in favor of the prohibition act As now the Law in this province ? 2�?Are you in favor of the Sale of alcoholic liquors under a govern meat control aet Galveston wheat embargo ordered Washington. A. July 19�?oft a an embargo in shipments of wheat to Galveston will go into effect today in an Effort to relieve the congestion of Grain there. The embargo was decided Unni by the railroads serving Galveston and was announced by the american railway association. L. M. Betts of the car sern re div Iron of the a sedation said 4 oco cars of wheat were at Galveston and that 3 009 additional cars were Enro Ute. It was necessary he said to place an embargo on far ther shipments be mire the elevators were about filled. Recent High priv for wheat was said to have brought about the congestion Huron Bank joins twin City merger Huron s. D., july 13.�?�?affiliation of the National Bank of Huron with the Northwest 3ancor-por a Tion of Minneapolis was announced today by officials of Huron a largest Bank. The local Bank has resources in excess of $3,879,000 and deposits of More than $3.500.000 the combined resources of affiliated Banks in the corporation Are More than $243,000,-q00. The affiliation with the ban Cor pc ration will be accomplished through Exchange of Stock. There will be no change in the directorate or personnel of the Huron Bank. George c. Still Inelder president Camden Rayburn vice president and h. G. Black will become directors of the Northwest Bancoro ration. The National Bank of Huron was established in 1896 and is the oldest Bank in Huron and the third largest in South at St. Louis starts on eth Day St. Louis to. July 19�? of a still going Strong after six Days in the air. The a St. Louis Robin endurance Diane piloted by Dale Jackson and Forest of Brien took on a new Supply of fuel at 7 a. In. And drove into the seventh Day aloft the plane had been up 144 hours at 7 17 a in. A sister endurance Diane of the Curtiss Robertson manufacturing company the a Missouri Robin a approached the end of its second Day of flight this fought on debt approval pans prance. July 19�?up a of i forts to find a Compromise by which reservations to the foreign debt ratification Bill might be in i Corpora Ted in a special Resolution n of subsidiary Bill failed today when the finance committee of the chamber of deputies almost unanimously declared itself in favor of incorporating the reservations in the text of the Bill itself. This is in. Direct position to the declared policy of Premier Poincare. The committee rejected All the Compromise texts proposed to it. Stubbornly maintaining its opposition to unconditional ratification Al the Meuten Berenger Accord a. S. Agent arrives to assist Welch Berlin. Germany. July if up a America swept both of the opening single matches in the Imer zone. Davis cup Tennis final with Germany today. Frank Hunter Defeated Daniel Frenn. German Ace 3-6. 5-3. 6-4. 6-3, after Bill Tilden had trounced Hans Moldenhauer to straight sets. Weather fair and warmer the evening Republican third edition vol Xxxvi Mitchell s. Friday july 19, 1929 ten pages number 242
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