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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - July 29, 1929, Mitchell, South Dakota
Writing a new peace chapter reaches Broadway path to Fame via an air plane experts in London gather for discussion of Way to reduce Gibson takes part Buffer state known to be communistic in its sympathies London. Eng., july 29�?<>f�?rumors in Tokyo of a mongol invasion of China As a counter movement to chinese seizure of the chinese Eastern railway in Manchuria today disquieted London International circles hoping for peaceful settlement of the controversy Between Russia and China. Mongolia a connection with the nationalist chinese government at banking has been strained from the banking governments inception and Vanous soviet actions apparently have presumed upon Alliance of Mongolia in any movement against China. The communist spirit is Strong in the vast province which is a Buffer Between China proper and Siberia. The rumours were accepted in some circles As the reason for other advices from Manchu at the Western end of the chinese Eastern railway that the armies had withdrawn to within 12 Miles of each other the ground Between being a a no Many a land each promised to respect. The entire situation. However remained obscure. Moscow maintained a Deeo silence with papers there reiterating stories of a a atrocities against soviet citizens in Manchuria and denying negotiations Between the two countries for settlement of their differences e Ere under Way. It was reiterated &i30 that chinese troops in the neighbourhood of Harbin had mutinied. Sherman boy Dies in Auto collision Garretson. S. D., july 29�?jf_ Lester to Lane 13 of Sherman was fatally injured yesterday when he jumped from an automobile and was crushed As it collided with another. When it became apparent that the automobile in which he was rid in with three Brothers would strike the other machine at an intersection near Here the boy jumped and was caught bet Wear the two cars. He died in a local Hospital yesterday afternoon. The second car was driven by o. O. Green of Sherman. Data asked for publication in republicans Golden Jubilee edition As one of the outstanding features in the Golden Jubilee edition of the evening Republican which will be published on september 19. 1929, in commemoration of the fiftieth anniversary of the City of Mitchell this paper desires to publish a Complete list of the 79ers. Who Are still living the names of the men and women who came into Dakota territory and assisted in the settling of Mitchell and Davison county. Already the list has started but it is far from Complete thus far the evening Republican has been Able to gather the following names of 79ers who live in or near Mitchell i j. K. Smith prank Winsor mr., and John Walworth. Mrs. Helen Kibble or ? l. R Hammer. Mrs. Estelle Hammer Ambrose Curtis. Louis Herzog j. C. Palmer Ben Pooler John quirk. Mrs. George a. Johnson. Mark hams . Gas woe Tref and Joe Mclaughlin. There certainly Are others living in the City or the county or perhaps in other parts of the state or even of the country. The evening Republican is anxious to obtain As Complete a list As possible of these pioneers together with their present address. And. Too. Why would it not be logical for these 79ers to form a territorial society there Are in Mitchell or the immediate neighbourhood enough of these pioneers to form such an organization. It has been suggested that the present year the Date of the fiftieth anniversary of the founding of Mitchell would be the logical year for the formation of such a society. In addition to names of pioneers the evening Republican also wishes to obtain a Large number of photographs not Only of these old settlers but of scenes in and about Mitchell in the Early Days. If you have any such pictures or know where they May be obtained your co operation in this Effort to form a permanent pictorial record of the City is con oids in n. Y. Prison shoot guards seize machine guns in riot weather generally fair the evening Republic an third Edu Ion vol Xxxvi Mitchell s. Monday july 29, 1929 ten pages number 250
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