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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - March 19, 1929, Mitchell, South Dakota
Weather generally fair the evening Republican fourth edition i Al Xxxvi Mitchell s. Tuesday March 19,1929 ten pages number 141 headlight reveals a a runners single nation Iff reflector brows beams upon Springs jives flattened by suspicious weights cause Chase by officers a tes no fears Uene Coady Pew Typ heal m the Affine pith this the sprit up just that n. A. Mar. 19�? Ito non Glare Auto-2iit is helping state Vicinity to catch night Light the officers can la of trucks getting before the instant of j reveals whether the i in extra heavy Load flattened Are Likely j draw a Chase. Of the lights excites no Spe ring a twilite can keep u. S. Out of court Only two Steps remain before America becomes full fledged member one is up to Senate Geneva Switzerland. Mar. 19�? up the United states was but two Steps away from adherence to the new ways at White House under Hoover u. S. Aid for airfields ten Miles apart urged adequate Landing places declared vital problem in making flying safest Means of rapid transportation in the United states Root May head Hooyer probe of dry status sociability which president and wife like is to continue president however movie saves right new York n. Y., mar. 20�?estab j cent of the area devoted to rail la ashment with government Aid of roads in this country would provide a huge network of air plane Landing a comprehensive system of Landing Boti Fields covering the entire United Fields for aviation. States at intervals of to Miles is a there Are today Only two out i r. E i a recommended by the Daniel Gug standing factors holding Back Safe a Ruth fully in selection Gen him fund for the promotion of and Universal flying. One is a tech or to in mum in aeronautics in a memorandum just Nical problem namely the loss of a a �?ol5 irk issued Here. Control due to the breakdown of i _ trill a hand the recommendation followed a airflow Over the wings of the air bars professionals study which disclosed that such a plane at Low Speed the solution 19 Landing Field system would require of this problem is imminent if Washington. C., there is a different atmosphere Only 3 per cent of the area now de about the White House. Its Spring voted to railroads and highways by James l. West Washington. a mar. 19�?up a president Hoover has no idea of any mar. Iyo Landing lipid svs pm would require of this problem is eminent if it has not already been solved. More airfields necessary world court today but league of of course As it is in the Homes of such a systems of Fields would a the other problem is a simple or Fly we no a g minor government employees and take flying the a safest Means of one in fact so simple that like drastic dramatic prohibition dates the bulbs Are coming up Only a rapid transportation in America a Many obvious matters it has been As a Means of bringing about Tho Little More rapidly in the carefully according to Harry f. Guggenheim neglected and that is. The provision i general Law enforcement for which tended gardens so Well placed South president of the fund. With the of adequate terrain for the air plane declared in his inaugural address. Of the mansion than in the eager Landing Fields developed air planes to land on whatever it May be in by watched patches in the gardens flying at a reasonably High Altitude the United skates and whenever it nations observers saw a distinct possibility that at least one of those Steps might never be taken. The two Steps involve ratification of the pro focal agreed upon yesterday by the commission of International jurists ratification by the american Senate on the one hand and by the forty nations which comprise the league of nations on the other. Little opposite to the protocol is Unm ass Nurss thru Fead and we�?�10 Sims woes As shorn n above. The diagram lower right and reflector show since it is believed that Elihu Root. He modification of reflector curves that eliminate Glare. Suspicion because the lamps Quot appearance Are Ordinary equip their beam is Crescent lying face downward Over j Nad and so wide that its at rays Lover to full Width of id and ditches on both sides the front wheels to a distance Secretary of Agricula. Re than 2d0 feet ahead. It j Ture has lived in Beresford for 25 years Kreiss is Given in. Crill Post ahead. It ates Fields for 50 feet on it requires no changing Side d. Foams or brilliance As its Bright mar 9.�?04s of Lance is nowhere More than webs of Beresford today was a Ibsh above that la diffused pm a Geod by gov. W. J Bulow As state in Secretary of agriculture a succeed thrown backward Ith Louia n. Grill. Ejecting Forward Tram the lamp l de democ2yjjr Klobca. Inch lenses with Nas rested South Busy with rehabilitation Many cities raising Relief funds de ath Lis from flood still 20 Atlanta ga., mar. 19.�? a Battle against possible epidemics in the flood Ridden area and the gathering of funds for use in relieving flood sufferers occupied Southern states today. Last night in Alabama at Beresford for the a movement was started for a spec to give m her Quot a e Toines who l?--sek0n.01 to a Subt for Reading of Road signs or Kriebs will take 0ntce a soon m recognizing persons in1 prop Riate funds for rehabilitation. A this morning Mobile had raised a cd Ward from the lamps. Made Only after careful consider i too fund with a donation of $5000. A a effects come mainly from Tion a gov. Bulow said a in my two newspapers and a radio station new Type of reflector designed by opinion he is Well qualified to Dis at Tampa Are actively engaged in alter do Arcy Ryan director of charge the duties of the office of i raising Money. The red Cross has illuminating Laboratory of the Secretary of agriculture left vacant charge of the Campaign for Relief Era electric company. By the late Louis n. 0111�?� j though the reflector resembles or. Kriebs was reared on a farm conventional shape somewhat in Central Iowa coming to South Nice the bulb in the Middle of Dakota As a Young Man. He has been Active to democratic politics in the state for Many years although this is the first political office he has Ever held. O concave it is modified so that maximum rays for the longest ice do not come out of the Cen As in Ordinary practice. Instead of them Are projected from the coming from under the brows a the housing. Can save lives pc effect is obtained from 19 in in the surface of the Rector. No two alike and each aerate to within one thousandth of _ Inch. Min a minting engineers or. Ryan born save a definite proper. Of the 25,000 lives lost annually automobile accidents byte amp cd the Public headlight conscious re says there Are two head a cons one favouring a dual system and the other like Elf. Advocating a a single beam Ting All the advantages of a Long beam for distance and a i Range leer., for spread Withee disadvantages of either As plied to the dual Ashmore Success a around Coroner Tad City s. D., mar. 19�?up a be Success of the mount Rush National memorial which is Ting carved on a Granite Cliff near Astone is virtually assured in opinion of sen. Peter Norbeck said he looked for official Kfir mation. I former president Coolidge will Bably return to the Black Hills a vacation a within the next or the senator predicted said he had no knowledge of Walt tax stands minus approval governor fails to Corey measures he vetoes four Bills monday funds. Antitoxin poor in. Antitoxin of All descriptions Are arriving on every Carrier into the stricken area in the Battle against disease. The salvation army has issued an Appeal extending throughout the South for clothing for flood refugees. Throughout the flooded area with the exception of the Alabama River and Rivers of Northwest Florida. Waters were receding today. At River Junction fla., where the sign i an it Chattahoochee Rivers join in the Apalachicola water flooded the business Section and its author conferred with the jurists Here with the Sanction of president Hoover and Republican leaders. Our nation can Block approval by member nations of the league however presents quite a different matter. A single nations disagreement with the terms of the protocol will be sufficient to prevent american adherence to the court under its terms. It is believed easily possible that some one state or even More May rebel against the conditions of the convention As according a privileged position to the United states. Such agreement which is feared particularly from latin american league members probably would have the effect of forcing an International conference at which a further thrashing out of the matter would be in order. Hew league must act the machinery of ratification by the league members is described As follows the Council of the league when it meets at Madrid in june will receive a covering report of the activities of the Council of jurists which specifically has met to consider revision of the world court statute from sir Cecil Hurst who aided or. Root in formulating the protocol. The text of the protocol will be the purpose of the chief exec of Takoma Park and Tenley town. A i would always be within gliding Dis Mav be necessary a i Tive is to build in the enforcement its a new administration and Tance of an emergency Field it is studies made by the Guggenheim of the Laws generally by tightening therefore there is a perfect zest contended. Fund show that Landing Fields with up the Federal organizations Ana about the White House and its oc-1 new assistance necessary 1200-foot runways such As is used the reorganization of the Federal cup ant and visitors. That is a1- a aviation in America measured by the air mail could be placed to j judicial system ways True of a new administration. I in terms o. Aircraft factories and Miles apart Over the entire country or. Hoover is undertaking to re there is however the washing air planes in operation very greatly without occupying More than 1544, Duce crime in the United states and tonian who has seen adm Nistra i exceeds the aggregate of the rest of j Square Miles of land. In compari j in doing so he expects the support tons come and go since Roosevelt a the world a or. Guggenheim said. Son. The land occupied by roads and of the pre and Ever Good citizen Timp and when observes a difference a this development has taken place railroads total 50,050 Square Miles. About the ii Ontog of the without government subsidy and in this estimate. Or. Guggenheim of the country. Various reports have careful format methods hav been i the typically american manner of declared is based Ucon present per circulation Ranee in succeeded by the Freer larger West-1 private Enterprise. Mormance of aircraft. Looking for dramatic Steps by the a Duimstra pm ways of doing things tempered i a commercial air and transport Ward he visualizes a substantial j Tion to enforce the Jones act the somewhat by cosmopolitan experience. Children again in White House to begin with not Only have the has reached its present compare reduction of space needed through volstead and other statutes. Positively satisfactory state without the improvements in air plane Landing i Dent hoovers idea is that the in hundreds of millions of dollars that and take off devices. One of the i for Cement machinery should be the railroads enjoyed from the conditions of qualification in the carried out along consistent and hoovers always kept open House but Federal and state Aid in their Pio funds a Safe aircraft contest a is orderly lines. They Are a Large family with far Neering Days and without the Hun that an air plane shall be Able to no spectacular raids reaching connections and family of millions of acres of lands Glide into a flew Over an a Bustruc no new orders have gone out Tor feeling runs Strong with them the erased to them. A Tion 35 feet High and come to a \ spectacular raids but there Are m White House has been filled since there is however a growing need Stoa within 300 feet of the obstruct dictations that steady and consist the hoovers moved in with sons it for indirect assistance by the gov Tion. I ent Steps Are to be taken to Cut off and grandchildren and Sisters and eminent particularly in there would seem to be Little As much of the Industrial Supply uncles giving the big House an air to the fulfilment of this need is doubt among designers that this of alcohol from the illegal Trade As a Cartel neither impractical nor expensive condition will be met or. Guggen a is there Are lights in the indicated by the fact that 3 per Helm added. Third floor a said a woman driving by just after dusk. Probably that was where Peggy Ann and Herbert d Ltd it c eve a fit Ati Iii the grandchildren As carefully Rodelo Al i in a u ii i la guarded As May be from publicity were being put to bed or it May have been the Light of one of the secretaries or some of the other overflow to the third floor. Gradually the family guests will be reduced in number. Allan Hoover hurried Back to Stanford immediately after the inauguration. The other son Herbert jr., his wife and their two children Are returning to los Angeles where their new Home is to be. Mrs. Leavitt the presidents sister and the of tiers City of Torreon a no terms for traitors is laconic message to Escobar from Gil sent to All members of the court i who have been guests at the White that is. To members of the league House Are scheduled to leave one of nations. If no objection is Forth or two at a time coming it will then be signed by All has three secretaries states during the september Assem mrs Hoover has three secretaries Bly of the league at Geneva. Miss Mary Randolph who was mrs. Can always resign Coolidge a Secretary for several the protocol As finally adopted Vears. Is away for a Short time but naval air station at Pensacola peruse service to other Dis Pierre. S. D., mar. 19.�? Fly the ten percent malt tax Bill on remail sales will become a Law without the approval of gov. W. J. Bulow who j formed yesterday the final Day for exec i tricks Tive action on measures passed by the death list throughout the the Twenty first South Dakota leg area continued to stand at 20. Slature handed the Bill to the Sec j guard weak levees rotary of state without his Signa in the Mississippi Valley every lure. He vetoed four Bills and a attention was directed at weak proved twelve. Spots in the great system of levees. The malt. Tax Bill introduced by i government engineers today representative l. E. Corey Zofja wafted the Crest of the present by the Jurist commission Grants the United states an Opportunity to discuss any american objections to a proposed advisory opinion with the league Council before the Council residents had taken to High votes this provision in a measure ground. Coast guard vessels cared insuring the semblance of american a a Job h h i h i for needs of flood sufferers along participation in league Council Dis personal Secretary and is remaining. The Choc a wha Tehee River while the i cushions affecting the United state i miss Mildred How the pc will return. She is one of the most experienced women in Washington in the matters of social procedure and routine. Mis Ruth Fesler. A Stanford University graduate formerly of Minnesota has been with mrs. Hoover for some time As a auditors Given new Law facts gov. Bulow discusses tax measures and miss Pyle explains primary even though it is a non member. If the United states prefers to have an Exchange of views after the request has reached the court at the Hague they can take place then and the court must stay All proceedings pending the result of negotiations. The United states has the right to resign from the court if it feels it cannot abandon its objections to Charles mix. Had a difficult time j Rise it Memphis is expected to have any request for an advisory opinion feet of water by sunday or monday. The gauge there now registers 39 feet 4 feet above flood level. The situation is not considered alarming. Of it in the legislature. It was first killed in the House of representatives then reconsidered and passed. The Senate committee on assessment and taxation reported the Bill out a do not pass a but after considerable Effort on the part of the proponents of the measure the Adverse committee report was refused and the Bill Nassed Alfalfa Bill vetoed bilk vetoed yesterday included on a question possessing an interest for the United states. If the United states resigns the protocol accepting american conditions immediately ceases to have any Force. O refugees reclaim Homes Montgomery ala., mar. 19�? amp a a a Small army of flood refugees driven wherever Relief and safety offered itself today began to reclaim their Homes some of which were one to provide for an Alfalfa seed Little More than wreckage left in the English authority blames says economic crisis is near registration Board and for certify cation of seeds and Fields one to Biden hoovers plans when appropriate Money for payment o by if he thought it Likely the Biden might spend his summer it on in the Black Hills. The migratory Bird Bill which sponsored by senator Norbeck is not have any noticeable effects the Black Hills Region a for Sev years senator Norbeck de Mai. A f -. Tile the migratory Bird will anally be of considerable Bene of to South Dakota a he said a the Pri Anions for the first three its Are so Small that the effects scarcely be noticeable value to Region however after the approx Ria reach the million Dollar expenses of City officers attending general meetings of municipal officials. One to establish a Chil service commission in the City of Sioux Falls and one to require i path of the swirling torrents. While scores were returning to Geneva and Elba the Towms hardest hit by the pee River overflow a different situation existed along the Alaban River. The Alabama to the South of Here was above its record 56 foot stage sensing of poultry dealers and Reg of 1886 today and was still rising slowly with the Crest believed near. Selma the principal City in the territory was not considered in serious danger although lower parts of the is ration of All sales the Alfalfa seed registration Board Bill was vetoed by gov. Bulow As a not Good he pointed out that a existing Laws permit associations of citizens for the same purpose and that a it is another regulatory measure a the Bill to defray expenses of cite officers attending meetings of the league of South Dakota municipalities or an other general meetings of City off. sex cers was desc bed As one spending however that some persons had a a been forced to take Refuge in Trees of Sioux Falls Bill Falls �4 a treason Why general taxation Money but of no h Dakota should not be Bene real service to the taxpayers. "cirf.rohlv Sioux Falls Bill fails latter ass arrived Here \ to City civil service commission Norbeck Arri Vee Pere vetoed on tariffs and says crash May come in Spring Manchester eng., mar. 19�?vp a the gravest financial crisis in the worlds history was described by sir George Paish Well known economist As threatening Modem business. Sir George startled his auditor at the National free Trade conference Here with his prediction. A i speak with the highest a town were under water. The River Hority and i Challenge anyone to How Ever was ten Miles wide in deny it when i say we Are threat places South of Selma although ened with the greatest financial those sections were sparsely popu i crisis the world has Ever seen belated and it was believed most of cause the governments of the world the residents made their Way to have followed the policy of Trade higher ground. Aviators had reported yesterday Norbeck from Redfield and a the Renoon for the the ground that such a Law would to is ass Robinson. I a Msj gift of the Burden of Urther drops from a foot. To two Missouri dropping in Yankton Section Yankton. S. D., mar. 19�? a a restriction preventing debtors from paying their debts a he declared. A we Are face to face Writh this crisis. The greatest authorities this country and in the United states expect it to come this Spring and unless this policy of safeguarding or Protection is checked it Means disaster to the world. A i am not exaggerating a sir rotary has also been with mrs Hoover in private life. The Hoover measure of hospitality was indicated on the Day they moved into the White House when Thev had several Hundred persons to luncheon a number to Tea and a Large family dinner in the evening without any trouble at All apparently. Mis Riley the Coolidge housekeeper. A remained mrs. Bowman who has been with mrs. Hoover at 8 Street and who was formerly at the women a University club will come to the White House shortly. In addition to household supervision she and the secretaries will assist or. Hoover in some of her duties of entertaining. The hoovers always have been lavish entertainers fond of com Nav and free of Access to their Friend there is no reason to expect that they will be otherwise now that they have entered the White House. Thev can Well afford to accommodate their social tastes As or. Hoover is acknowledged to have a comfortable personal Fortune. Must buy own food the White House servants automobiles and Flowers Are Pam for by the government but All viands served at the White House tables come under the personal expenses of the president and must be paid for out of his private funds. Special formal entertaining however. Mav be paid for out of a fund of $25,000 established for lust such a purpose and for travelling expense of the president. At the retention of foreign diplomats the first out of the administration old customs were broken. Jul guests were seated. There we As no 1 formal line. The president and mrs. Hoover walked about chatting with different ones. Or. Hoover has Given an indication of his intention to save his right hand for the work whih propitiation was provided for its administration by the agricultural department. He Bilby create an additional govern feet in the stage of the Missouri cil who had mental function and division of. River this morning As compared he Hulz Mph _ iric Ince the authority and accomplish no real yesterday were reported pursued service for the general citizenship a its course in this Section to Iwar for the pending Cris s. Of any the governor refused d with Little or no ice flowing. To sign the Bill to require licensing heavy Drift ice from chamber of poultry dealers and registration la Ngn j ab0ve which came Down of sales on the ground that no a satur<3lay. Sunday and monday has passed on Down without trouble. Alining to come rom still fur Durango reported to the Stream apartment today that the release of Hoover puts lid j tile11 Jim River through Yankton Henry Hanson in american and on his addresses live capture by bandits was Washington. A. Mar. 19.�? in Ces but no damage reported. A Benw p a president Hoover plans to limit slight Rise overnight was indicates Public speaking engagements to de superintendent. Is to return to Redfield Tom or evening. My and Alt vie for Choice i York. N. Y., mar. 19�? up a Prospect of a contest Between a i e Smith and mayor Walker lire naming of a new tammany be aer5rd Lively interest to the am o he former governor to be City today. The revelation of George w. Any which was submitted to executive committee last week c . Up for final action next Triay. Has put tammany to the Tensity of choosing a new Leader to est of Nam c dal el2s i daughters of the american Revo or Walker yesterday Atte. Lution which his predecessors have Ewing a dozen District cad accepted annually almost As a mat announced he had no Candi a course a a or of any a successor. He has taken the position that a j5 activity however wad inter a resident a Public addresses should wed by democratic newspapers a messages of considerable import la my inspired at least in part by Tance the people. Unless they Yore to a get the jump on the Cap be considered he feels they Chi f six a to is Fri q fit m . i a mexican bandits to free captives Washington. C., mar. 19�?w>> a the american vice Consul at Mexico City Mexico mar. 19.�? up a general Plutarco Elias Calles promised president Portes Gil today a Campaign of a a extermination against the retreating army of the rebel general Jose Gonzalo Escobar. A the former mexican president said he was a commencing immediately organization of the column which will March on Chihuahua to fight and exterminate the the Promise was contained in a message from Guadalupe Victoria Durango. It said that temporary Headquarters had been established there but that the Federal Generalissimo was leaving shortly either by automobile or air plane for Torreon. The message stated occupation of Torreon was Complete and that aviators had told him the rebel army had stopped its Retreat at Escalon in the Southeastern Corner of Chihuahua. Five troop trains were on sidings there. Thinks revolt is dying the message of general Calles following As it did reports of another bloodless Victory yesterday aroused what was almost jubilation in Mexico City and at Chapultepec Castle presidential Headquarters where it was considered certain that the rebellion was dying rapidly no considerable opposition to the Advance of general Calles into Chihuahua is expected. Escalon is not regarded Here As being particularly suited to defense. Retreat from Torreon which a greatly inferior army might have held indefinitely was taken As an implying Complete rout and rapid disintegration of the rebel forces is forecast. Ii refuses to treat relentless of Federal Pursuit was indicated in another turn of affairs. General Escobar governor Caraveo of Chihuahua and other rebel leaders allegedly sought a peace Parley through an intermediary with the government through the mexican Consul at Elpaso Enrique Dickens president Portes Gil replied to them declining to treat with a traitors he repeated previous declarations of the government that the rebel leaders must suffer the consequences of their conduct. Reports of general Calles to the presidential Headquarters said that air planes late yesterday sighted a cavalry group of about too heading southward from Bermejillo about forty Miles North of Torreon and it was believed they intended to surrender to the Federal forces. A troop train was said to have been abandoned at Cevallos Durango just South of Escalon. The air planes intended flying As far North As Jimenez in Chihuahua today. Pierre s. D., mar. 19�?up a rapid City was chosen As the 1930 meeting place of the South Dakota county auditors at their seventeenth annual conference which closed Here today. Next possible. Moves in this direction have been made in recent years and some improvement has been brought about but conditions still Are not As satisfactory As pre bib Hon commissioner Doran and other enforcement officials would like to see them. There also has been talk in Washington that the president had passed the word along the line that the National capital must be made the driest City in the country and that drinking by Public officials would not be tolerated during his administration. Washington d. A. Mar. 19�?�? president Hoover is moving with caution in the difficult task of pick years i Jug those who Are to compose his meeting will be held probably the j Law enforcement commission and a for or univ i the Best information available is latter part of june or in july. He halt not t de nicely or August f. Hagen of walworth1 county was elected president of the county auditors association lube Mcdougal of Marshall county vice president and Hazel Dean of Jerauld county Secretary. Report peace move Elpaso Texas mar. 19�?up a he Enrique likens mexican Consul Pierre s. Mao. 19�? pm addresses and round table discussion today concludes the two Day program of the seventeenth annual conference of South Dakota county auditors with me division of taxation Here. William Dunn state auditor attorney general m. Q. Sharpe and judge b. W. Baer director of the division of taxation were among today a speakers the forty one auditors and two deputies attending yesterdays sessions heard gov. W. J. Bulow and several department Heads most of whom spoke on new legislation affecting their departments particularly As concerning county auditors through local administration. Governor discusses taxes governor Bulow discussed in particular the Frantz automobile tax Bill and the Corey malt tax measure. The first he signed and the latter he allowed to become a Law without his signature explaining they were designated to tax Money spent instead of that earned. Operation of the six tenths Mill Rural credit tax Levy and the bearing of its administration on the work of the county auditor a explained by a a. Mccullough Rural credit commissioner. O. P. J. Eng Strom commissioner of school and Public lands outlined new legislation affecting his department and concluded by suggesting that Steps should be taken looking to placing school and pulic lands on the Market. To increase the permanent school fund and relieve funeral non Perty taxes by opening this land to taxation. New primary explained Secretary of state Gladys Pyle reviewed the new Slocum primary Law. J. Maughs Brown state Highway Engineer discussed the state s Highway program. Especially As to the future Outlook and needs of expansion and construction. The new state Hail insurance Law was outlined by j. O. Johnson Deputy Hail insurance commissioner. Doane Robinson former state historian also talked explaining the status of the Rushmere memorial project. O was elected to do. Handshaking will be curtailed. On two Davs instead of six. The line of citizenry Here said president Portes Gil informed him by Telephone this morning that general Marcelo cited on a single member. Scores of names have been presented for his consideration but Many of these already have to an a eliminated for one reason or another and he now is described As literally scouring the country in the Effort to find suitable men who will be willing to undertake so Gigantic a task. The personnel of this commission probably will be More carefully scrutinized by the country than any that has been named certain a 5n Many years. This will be largely by reason of the fact that an investigation of the enforcement of the prohibition amendment is to be included in its work. Will seek cause of abuses this phase of the whole inquiry will be the one to attract the greatest Public attention and probably will require More exhaustive study than any other. Leaders of the organized wets and Drys As Well As Many others will be heard and the testimony of Many present and former prohibition enforcement officers will be taken. In the Effort to find the causes of present abuses in the enforcement of the eighteenth amendment the commission will inquire in o Federal enforcement statutes to determine whether the abuses Are inherent in those Laws and if so w hat changes might reasonably be expected to relieve the situation. Meanwhile there Are to be increased efforts at enforcement of the volstead and other dry acts. Enforcement officials appointed or retained by Hoover Are regarded As Friendly to the prohibition cause and it is expected that they will be Given a free hand in the Effort to dry up the country. Will retain mrs. Willebrandt president Hoover has not yet announced precisely what enforcement activities new carried Forward by the Treasury will be transferred to the Justice department nor is it Clear whether he holds such Transfer can be made without an act of Congress. Mrs. Mabel Walker Willebrandt is in charge of prohibition enforcement in the Justice department and it is understood that when the Transfer is made the scope of her duties As assistant attorney general will be considerably enlarged. Because of the ver the work it will have to Dot the presidents Law enforcement commission three or four a year and already has declined two invitations from the american red Cross and the ducks momentarily expected. Of weather forecast eager to feel the clasp of the j Caraveo governor of Chihuahua presidential hand will form outside and a rebel Leader have sued to the offices and Pas through the begin negotiations for peace inner room where or. Hoover will 1 through the american Consul at Greet them. The two Days May Chihuahua City. A request for later be Cut to one. J peace terms was made in behalf of -0 All rebel leaders the president said Mabel chases j according to likens. Pen Warden out scoff at report Washington. C., mar. 19�?<jpy Nogales Sonora. Mex., mar. 19�? a the department of Justice an is a the rebel generals. Fausto to bounced today that the request for Pete and Francisco Borquez at the resignation of John Snook. Northern Sonora revolutionary he Wall. Warden of the Atlanta penitent Headquarters Here today received it it Wasny to a plate diary. Was made after preview of with apparent amusement the an a Orwood Mit was the rest of the chairman of the commission. The conditions there extending Over nou Cement from Elpaso that the Pancake action of tammany in the Quot be Quot allowed to consume or phone now that we a n or of Ipoh Toa i i. A Iii skin a _ _ in Aken her and out. One a i was advertising Mallard South Dakota North Dakota and Nebraska generally fair tonight and wednesday not much change j in temperature. Iowa fair tonight and wednes iday slightly colder in East and a met Fri a Zuehike looks Central portions tonight. Mrs. Area Minnesota fair ton it and for a Little Deace and relict wednesday slightly colder in South a a East portion tonight. Trom the continuous ringing local temperatures maximum and minimum tem per he official new Leader. That Wowch might be More valuable out. She Tovera tuber Morter irom 7 a. To Purchase his old machine conduct of the Oriel Day but requests continued to come. If devoted to the executive office. While Public addresses do no., i consume much time in actual de a ducks and to nov sold u1c Sec a a a mar i. Livery nor interfere seriously with ii Coolidge has decided i the executive function by Necess Pun ,5r an automobile the j rating occasional trips away from t4 used during the last fag Capitol the sort of messages he i presidency. This was believes the circumstances require a of Oday when the former can for More careful and detailed met newspaper men in preparation than he can see his a office Here. Way Clear to undertake at frequent intervals. Thus far. He has accepted Only two of a Large number of speaking invitations received one to address the associated press dinner at new fhe government furnishes the Ujj executive with a new Auto pore each year disposing of the Ore. The one used by or. Cool of during his last year in the in. Yesterday to 7 a. In. Today maximum 56. Minimum 30 at 7 a. In. Today 31. Roads fair. Precipitation 0 precipitation since january i 1-98 inches pre in capitation excess since january i .09 Over a billion dollars was fiches. O a a realized from egg sales in tote House is to be brought Here j York in april and the other to take i i. In a. A a a. In. A my. N i to i q amp Quot a i Ltd s w the to United i weather and roads states last year. Temp you can get your share Sioux Falls of this by using a double tis ins Cool the memorial Day exercises j service mad. Section. Neither he nor j part in --1 Ridge drive the machine in Arlington National cemetery my now by the associated press 7 am Hilo of of toads 36 32 Yankton 32 56 Huron 32 52 Watertown so 45 rapid City 32 48 Pierre 35 52 56 32 32 25 32 33 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 fair Good Good fair Good Good twas Pancake not plate. He bounced la expected to be composed largely to a if not entirely of lawyers. Hoover _ Chicago ii ind wants to select outstanding men Bennett nor Ood. de. Who have had Broad experience in does not like Chicago rest aurs studying the general sub jeer of in food particularly potato pancakes. For Cement he told about it when arraigned j professionals barred in municipal court today on a while professional leaders of the charge of disorderly conduct pre Drys and wets will barred it May feared by Peter red re Tauran that the personal views of the eur. I individuals will enter very Little into a your Honor complained no it considerations for or against Wood. A i ordered a potato Pancake their appointment. In Reeds restaurant and the first j suggestions have come of late bite broke one of my Teeth. From several quarters that Elihu a and then a Reed said. A the threw Root former Secretary of state a plate at the waiter and it crack whose plan for american adhesion i to the world court was accepted corrected yesterday by the court be named the judge fined Norwood $5. 0 two years and not because of his i revolutionary leaders in Chihuahua objection to the use of a undercover had asked for peace terms from 1 agent so the mexican Federal government. A Dpi of Motif the action taken by mrs. Mabel the rebel generals said they did Ike Arlo us my 11 v Walker Willebrandt. Assistant at not believe it and that the asserted Tomey general in charge of Federal a peace move a would have no effect prisons in asking Snook to resign in was approved by attorney general i 0- Mitchell the statement said. Of Chot machines at Bottom of bombings y Chicago. 111. Mar. 19�? a Politico criminal Alliance Yankton Bucks to National meet Yankton. S. A. Mar. 197pi fan ton High schools basketball a i team Champion of South data. Involving has entered the National Touma Slot machines and the millions foment at the dollars Thev have taken in has that the Yark l. 1 Fri Fox is Cap ref Yip to i 4 is tilt a sol by the state s i ton school has a record for quaff a is astr and my for the National meet by win attorney Northrup is Andev a state Hamdi Enship. In the list of indictments which is sex 4 Yankton was runner up to the petted before the end of the Rooni j Naonal Champion. Hard training will be resumed within a few Days. The squad is sex of Aimers Friend Sacramento Calif mar 19�? -4s a the motives which impelled us i Perior judge Carlos s. Hardy to assist Aimee Semple kid name of Charles Evans Hughes also has been suggested in this connection but he is one of the jurists of the world court and so would hardly be available for the appointment 0 it didst see cars says plane Pilot Mcpherson i Newark no mar. 19.�? it a Lou evangelist in defending her kid Foote Pilot of the colonial airways Naping Story were due for a Dis sightseeing plane which crashed Cussion by defense attorneys in the sunday with a loss of fourteen impeachment trial of the Jurist be-1 fives today told new ars police that fore the state Senate Here today air ofis efforts were concentrated on Hardy was brought to trial yes-1 Clearing High tension wires ahead ter Day charged with Misdemeanour and Fiat he did not see the firing May include the names of several holders of High Public office. Not Only is the Slot machine Racket exposed in evidence which has been collected but Light has been thrown on several Chicago men. Several groups engaged in other illegal rackets the detectives petted to leave Here about March 30 for the Chicago tourney which opens april 2. Numerous receptions this week in office in accepting $2,500 from mrs. Mcpherson while the los Angeles District attorney was investigating her Story two years ago. 2700 s. Acres to be homesteaded of freight cars against which the Craft hurled itself. The statement was first coherent account gained from the sole survivor of the disaster Foote suffering from a fractured Skull and numerous broken Bones is in a serious condition at St. James Hospital authorities said he has Tho Washington d. C., mar. 19�?04s _ a the Interior department an hallucination that be made a Suc bounced today that 2700 acres of Cess Ful forced Landing. The police _ j d in Butte and Meade counties took the statement from him with will Honor the team which eluded a Dakota will be opened to out questioning. They had been c 4. Enl thnh nov nver a a kor i homesteadmd3 desert Ian and entry i warned that he would die from found sought to a muscle in on the from its final Victory Over Madison i onaci5r%16�?��r the Quot land Quot office at i Shock if he knew of the death 01 Large profits of the Slot machines in the state tournament at Mitchell on april .0 Ai me w. And bomb warfare was a result. Is turd amp a night Pierre. His passengers
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