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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - July 31, 1929, Mitchell, South Dakota
Sovel and gossip cause a suicide Robine pilots vicars All innocent ends her life up 420 hours land to attend funeral of counter offensive is started flier killed during j by Eastern manufacture their flight interests engine still runs Senate body is Busy Cven court suit. Proving her guiltless. Fails to prevent a divorce tongues a loud he hand july 31�?<us re sign the Little Billage of pm Clung not Long ago ran an Jasper. In bigger More so was might not have o More than Bach porch but Emmett is conservative. Of irs Strait laced my rail to. .,l0,i� Tranqu Fly. The whisper Side a shout to stolid dutch hubers and their wives. V a Quot Little groups gathered in the Rar is of Emmen. The in a vere sent off to bed White Mer Elk i isolated the scandal us Cid sex laced in the quiet town fussed n i shocked tones bag Riv gathered round the ill a novel called �?obeau-,.t by the Cut Spok Amsterdam writer Henk novel is realistic a a Beauty us Mia in the Story was -�ca-5 wife in a Little dutch Vilas Emmen a near Jacob Heer Nan Eli a pretty wife too. Here firm Eves the similarity ended far i a vane Evv the vicar of Emmen to amp is wife. For in the Book my. Quot pc with the Monotony of life in a a Jage. Allows herself to become Bra heated with a Young Engineer. Rho 13 i he town pm business. Fellows a love affair glow and realistically described by author. Then the Engineer Gal or aves town a and born is in . Louis. Mo., july 31�?�?aft-. Or exceeding the old worlds record for sustained flight by More than a week. Dale a a red a Jackson and Forest o brought the . Louis Robin to a perfect Landing Lambert . Louis Field last night 7 38 30 of clock because they wished to attend the funeral serv a ices today of George Lea Lambert j killed monday with a student flier on a practice spin. They made the sky above . Louis their heme for 42q hours 21 1-2 minutes or two weeks and a half. The fliers greatest thrill came they said. As Thev watched the milling thousands below churn the dust of the Field into a Sticky Gumbo As a hard rain descended about 6 o clock. A crowd estimated 25.000 was the Field and easily broke police lines and a Fence erected to protect the pm Ane. Thev cheered wildly and jammed i the hangar where Jackson and 1 o brine were rushed. Employees of i the Curtis Fober son company sponsors of the f ight. Together with police. Felted souvenir Hunters and the plane was towed with a Factor to its resting place beside the hands will examine motor its motor a six cd Meier air cooled radial cur iss Chaile Ager. Wih be dismantled for a thorough factory inspect Enas to any faults which Mav have de veined in the Long sustained flight. The Cham Pion endurance grind was started As a test for the motor which was brought into commercial production about five months ago. Jackson and c Brier were cheer Ful almost to hilarity As Thev discussed their achievement with reporters. Red s erect no to the Field physician As his physical examination started Walt a Good Moraine a adze. What a the sentence today Quot both said they Felt Fine although o Brien added he was a Little weak in the Knees. Asked As to the hardest part of the flight o brine replied without a a station a the first ice both airmen had Praise lev the plane Jack on adding a that old a motor sure is a Lulu. would have done another 2 1d Cen d a again o brine was even Mort of to Mastic. A Yeh. We could take up again and break the they were steady on their feet and the Lone time aloft had not by Mark Sullivan Washington d. C., july 29�?the Tariff fight Between High rates and Low rates fluctuates like a Battelline in the great War. Like that Arena also the alternating Adan j Tage often is in the nature of what i i military men Call a a psychological j when the Republican members of the Senate finance committee be j Gan to write the Senate a version of the new Bill the feeling was general in Washington that they Woald write. I a version which As a whole would be lower than the House version., that expectation May still be Justi fled. the moment however i Washington hears less about red be House rates than about keeping them or even. In some cases Rais Fig them. This atmosphere of the moment comes from two sources. comes in the shape of rumours that Trickie out of the committee room where the Republican members Are writhe their Bill in executive session. I comes also in the Shane of a new and vigorous support of the Tariff a from newspapers in the Industrial a j Section of the country. This last is the nature of a counter offensive j first press reaction hostile to summarize the War so far. One would say that the making Public of the House Bill in May was followed energetic protest against against Industrial rates from the news Ayers of the Corn Belt and wheat belt.1 while these Are As were the most j i vigorous and specific in their pro i tests the dress of the whole c our try was largely either critical of. The Bill or indifferent about or a tepid in its support. A fair estimate made the time was a a fully eighty percent of the pres comment on the whole country in the House Bill was Adverse. This i condition As Well As some other pressures led to a feeling that the 1 Senate Republican would reduce the level of rates in the House Hill about that time. The expressions of Public opinion against the House Bill and in favor of lower rat amps was reinforced and stimulated by a step taken by the democrats. They setup an office in Washington in charge of a competent manager assisted by a competent publicity Man. J their function was to stir in Public opinion against the Tariff Bill. Their method consists largely of getting a statements from democratic Sena j tors and distributing these ments to the newspapers. Because the thing was we done the news i papers Ann Ted quite generally j protectionists sit up left Merv Rouw Heerman. Wife of vicar of Emmen. Holland who shot herself just As i her counterpart in the novel Beautiful my according to local gossips. Right group of Emme nites busily knitting and discussing the novel that disrupted the local victors Domestic puss and in the Center is shown the cover of a Beautiful Mia a the Book that started All the trouble when the townsfolk thought they saw a resemblance Between the wife in the novel and their own vicar s wife. Court mat bar father of slain girl because of hatred court House. Columbus. O. July 31�?14�?the jury in the trial of or. James h. Snoek for the killing of Theora Hue was taken late today to View a number of places figuring in the killing june 13 and the preceding love affair Between the former Ohio state professor and the girl. The trip included the Rifle Range on the Edge of the City where her body was found the room they shared intervals dining the last few months of their Friendship the former professors office Bridge whare or. Sneak is alleged to have discarded he purse after the killing and a Golf club wheel or. Snook said be went on the nigh of the killing. The jury was also to View or sneak s automobile in which the couple made the trip to the nil Range the night miss hex was slain. The trip was expected to consume the remainder if the after to Oia jux father Hopes Shock Wax or executed Columbus Olio july 31�?.4�? j exclusion of profs or and mrs. Melvin. Kit from the court room where or James h. Snook. 49, is an trial for the confessed murder Al their daughter. Theora Hix. A is was under consideration today bom use or the evident feeling the aged Man holds against the defendant with their attorney Boyd had Dock the couple occu.37 chairs inside the rail separating the Aud j enc from the court jury and counsel. Prom this Vintage Point he follows each Haze of the trial Laking copious notes Aid frequently glaring the defendant seated a Dew feet away. Hopes far death Hix often has expressed a wish that Snook who be condemned to die. From time to time. As mention ii made of expected testimony Bear hug on the intimate relationship be Ween the Gin and the former Ohio state University professor he becomes visibly agitated. Sitting with his Date clenched taut co the Edge of his Char. I after a warning rom trial judge Henry l. Scarlett to prosecutor i John j. Chester or. That Hix would be Farad to leave toe room he became reserved. has not been i decided whether he can remain for the testimony however. Chester huh card that the couple might be summoned a witnesses which automatically would bar them from ail Mil file Call saw Robe a fresh venire of in was under eau for tile hearing today the hath hearing knee the trial began with eleven jurors one a woman. Tentatively accepted. The original secure of 73 wag exhausts monday and Bot ten Namaa remained today mum second grasp of so. With the thirteenth or alternate juror sob to be Chawn coed Petton of the my today seemed unlikely four peremptory challenges remained to tee defense and two to the state. The defense elected to me these yesterday after the denied jury composed of Only men was attained. The la Man panel a co enacted after Mas is Pya Wagnr retired stars had been Ewe wed be Calm she chatted with Max 8eyfert defense attorney Dor British fix blame m yes to is disaster Leedon. ., a i ii a the la Tot and Holt liner yearns to a she est out an her fatal voyage from Hoboken last november a overloaded and unfit Taen no air tis pc la of her Winter a rip. So Ward of Trade s Tei Piry Issy Lur Nail int with a loss of 112 Ives today Ota Adl the Quay coot also found that when peril did overtake the ship. Nor s o s warning was too ions treated the re Tut declaring that should Sale been sent six hours earlier ii court answered a lust of 58 Quot Bacons bearing of the liner s Low the Board had prepared and fended v. a he main Cocon Futory uses were loading the vessel be a bid line the tender con the ship insufficient or r. Of stability and Reserve a heavy weather and High a sea Ai using the vessel to to starboard and water my a Way into the lower s saturating the Coal. 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New York. Too too 000-1 7 i Cinema i. Too too Oox-2 8 0 Genewich and Ofarrell. Rixey and Sukeforth. First game Brooklyn. Too Ooi of . Louis. Oil 010 too Dudley and Deberry Haines and Wilson. Legge addresses Coop session in Louisiana Baton Bouge la july 31�?jpi__ after discus Ion of the eco Comiza i of not operative Market my led 07 a members of the Federal farm Hoard the american Institute of co opera Tion today turned its Atter Nan a the problems of the oat foetal co of ten growers organizations Alexander h. Leg a chairman of the farm Board m addressing the Institute last night declared for sex pension and Strenn hens of the cooperative a Arket. atom e rent rather than the arbitrary raising of Commux pity prices prices he said Are determined by Economy j con Dicuns. Car Williams of Oklahoma citral member of the Board advised hat premed is be dodged. A there has come to the ears of a a the Federal farm Board from All Over the Meed Scates Ward of professions. Pron we ire r?.ng about attempting to organize of operate. Assoc a icons a said or Williams. I want to pm Cit that banners should get in with org Mart cd operates rather a Han to attempt to organize for Theta he declared tis Board a is this of agriculture in term of the individual farm far Lily Back hem. We All have Dover in our rears the spirit which impels us to give them farm _ Folk our thought which they. Who have placed in tis their Hopes and Given in cur Mer o crash kills Howard woman separator pictures wanted picture of Cene in and about Mitchell in the filly Pioneer Dave arc wanted by the evening rehab can for big fiftieth anniversary Golden Jubilee edition which will be printed on sept 19, next. For the Best of these pictures the evening Republican will pay $10, and for the second beet $5.00. This paper however reserves the right to use any of the pictures that Are submitted regardless of whether they Are prize winners or not. Especial care will he taken of the pictures and All photographs will he returned to the owners in As Good condition As they were received whether they Are used or not. Individual photographs Are not included in this offer although group pictures will he blinded by roosters attack Kansas City kans. July 31�?a_ a a Small boy her May Loc the Sam of his left Eye a the result a attack on him by a Large rooster in site Yard of his Home he recently. Felix Albertsonjr. 2 veam flu i was saved from farther injuries Luana his Mother hearing Bis screams rushed Ems and drove Raj a rooster away. I. The rooster was filed. Weather generally fair the evening Republican third edition vol xxxxy0 Mitchell a d. Wednesday july 31, 1929 twelve pages number 252 i
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