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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - July 24, 1929, Mitchell, South Dakota
The evening Republican weather third fair cooler vol xxxxv1 Mitchell s. A wednesday july 24,1929 number 246kellogg pact is formally promulgated Wickersham capstone for i Ril sect plan affects Penn Fps amp of i k a t but 6 states hilarity causes pastor to end wedding ceremony congressional leaders split on opinion of Hoover move Pau i Claudel East room White House Frank b Kellogg Maize throughout state is reported in Tassel some rain needed Huron s. D., july 24�? up a under the favourable conditions of temperature and moisture which prevailed throughout most of the state or Jig the past week Corn has made rapid growth said the crop report issued by the state weather Bureau Here today. Practically All of the Corn is in Tassel. Gains have been exceptional with the crop benefiting from the warm weather which today continued to hold throughout the state. Wheat Harvest is now under Way. Oats Barley and Rye a crops for which harvesting operations were started More than a week ago still continue to occupy attention with late seeding now ripening. Most of the northeastern area where drought conditions prevailed earlier in the season received Good Rains during the week the report stated. Grains not too badly damaged were benefited. Showers were numerous and were unevenly distributed. In a few Small areas the rainfall was very Light or there was none at All during the week. Some sections Are much in need of the moisture. During the latter half of the week the state found High temperatures prevailing. Atmospheric humidity was generally High adding to the intensity of the heat wave. Henryl. Stimson j Guy a sir. Esme Howard As capstone of the peace Arch America has builder president Hoover promulgated the Kellogg Briand peace pact in the East room of the White House above today. Among world figures who were present were the tonner Secretary of state. Frank b. Kellogg whose name treaty bears his successor Henry l. Stimson sir Esme Howard British ambassador ambassador Paul Claudel of France and former president Coolidge. His known opposition to flexible proposal cited by democrats Washington d. C., july 24�? a a an indication that senator w. E. Rorah. Republican Idaho May be Given an Opportunity to Lead the1 Senate attack on the flexible provi it Aion of the House Tariff Bill was seen by some observers today in the i distribution of an expression of his views on Che subject by the demo i cratic National committee s publicity it Bureau. Whether he is considering Sucha course has not been disclosed by the senator. It is recalled however i that he opposed the flexible provision in the present Law while it was under Cor in 1922. He is known to differ with the House republicans on Many Points in the j pending Bill having proposed. Short i j or before the Senate recessed that i the finance committee be limit a to1 agricultural and related products in proposing rate advances. 4j Public property his Only comment when asked about the distribution of his views by the democratic organization was i that they had frequently been expressed by him and were Public i t property and that a if the demo i cratic National committee distributes them that is its he is quoted in the democratic statement As declaring that the j flexible provision in the House Bill a is in utter violation of the constitutions and As citing a the Story of i the flexible Tariff As an a i Lustra j Tion of the growth of bureaucracy. A Congress started the quota i Tion continues a by authorizing the i president upon the ask cart Ament of a simple a Oft to wit the passage of a Law in a foreign country to put into effect certain rates. Con i Gress next authorized the president with the Aid of the Tariff commission to ascertain the Cost of product Tion at heme and abroad. Now in this Bill they propose that he shall ascertain the difference in compete j Tive cond j ions at Home and abroad. Power to executive a in other words we Are now delegating the full taxing Power to the republicans of the finance com j Mitten working without the restrict tons which senator Borah advocated. Are now engaged behind closed doors on the task of rewriting the House Bill. Indications have been i numerous that they would propose j a number of changes in the measure but their attitude toward the flexible provisions has not been firm opens s. Office Sioux fails s. Do a july 24�? ply offices were opened in Sioux Falls today for the general manganese corporation of Detroit which has i announced plans for the mining of manganese deposits along the Missouri River near Oacoma. William s. Jenkins jr., who is in charge of the office is vice presi a Dent both of the manganese co 1 notation and of Robins Jenkins a Taylor company of Minneapolis. Which is sponsoring the Sale of Stock in connection with the a coma pro Grain is put under embargo Houston Texas. July 24.�? in a a permit system embargo on All j Grain consigned to Houston was announced by r c. Andrews Dis t riot manager of the car sen ice i j visions of the american railway association this action was taken in response to a Resolution adopted i by the Houston terminal Grain committee. Gage of Sioux Falls loses in other upset in preliminary play Sioux Falls s. july 24�? a a new Champion for the South Dakota Golf association seemed certain As Ralph a Skinny Porter who Only a few years ago was cad dying at the Minnehaha country club. Went to the 13th tee of his 18-Hole match with Syd Butts of a Berdeen five up on the title defender. George Wilton of Elmwood appeared to be succumbing to the medallist Jinx not without the added pressure of the Fine opposing game however being three Down to Walter Madden of Pierre. 1925 Champion with seven holes to play. William Sheehan of Winner two times the Winner of the championship held the same advantage Over John Mcgree vey of Elm Wood. Glen Foster of Elmwood led Harvard Noble of Mitchell one up As they started the eighth Hole. Sioux Falls. S a. July 24�?c>4>>�? Paul Young of Mitchell 1923 Champion and Dick Gage of the Minnehaha country club runner up in 1925. Were the major casualties in the first round of match play in the state Golf tournament Here this morning. Young was upset by Roy Smalley of the Elmwood Golf club. Sioux Falls one up. Gage lost what was considered the feature match of the open round to Jack Ruhe or. Of Watertown three and two. Walter Madden of Pierre. Glen Foster of the Elmwood club. Syd Buttz of Aberdeen and William Sheehan of Winner were former title winners who came through the first round successfully. Championship play started today on a nine Hole layout improvised on the higher ground of the Minnehaha course with pairings made from scores posted monday for the first 18 holes of the Normal 36 holes of qualifying play. Swollen by yesterdays cloudburst the meandering big Sioux which normally must be crossed ten times by the Minnehaha golfers suddenly overflowed its Banks submerged greens and fairways washed out Bridges and made it impossible to play the out going nine for a week or More. Not More than half the record Field of 183 entries had teed off yesterday so the state association last night decided that championship pairings would be based on mondays results. A play off was ordered for this morning to decide ties. The presidents and Secretary a flights have been transferred to the 18-Hole Elmwood municipal course Here. Medal honors were conferred upon George Wilson of the Elmwood club who shot a 74 monday and 71 on 17 holes yesterday. The annual Low bad two Man team Competition was cancelled. The Hyde Park club of Aberdeen now i holds the trophy. The first round results George Wilson. Elmwood Defeated c. H. Bangs rapid City 7 and w. J. Madden. Pierre Defeated w. A. Buttz. Jav Aberdeen 2 an Bull Willie Budde jr., of Woonsocket who advertised a registered shorthorn Bull for Sale writes As follows. A i sold my Bull. I did no to think that i was going to get results so quickly but had Many farm animals of All kinds can be sold easily through double service want ads. Of you have an animal for Sale use the Handy Blank on the want and Page and Send j your go is
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