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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - May 8, 1929, Mitchell, South Dakota
Weather Tut tit of Fyk Tiit Quot Idit tvs Thoi a two fourth fair warmer i he Iii Ven Ino Kepu Lilain Edi i Ion j vol Xxxvi Mitchell s. A wednesday May 8. 1929 Fen pages number 182 Senate debenture House Tariff is target of Many attacks sugar schedule called a a indefensible a committee action Surprise Long debate Likely i Washington. C., May 8.�?up a a chairman of the ways and Means committee announced today that general debate on the Tariff a Bill would be started in the House tomorrow without waiting for the adoption of a Rule to govern consideration of the measure. Possible political and economic effects of the new Tariff Bill j were being gauged today by leaders i of both parties on Capitol Hill. Such Tariff experts of the minority As representatives Garner of Texas and Hull of Tennessee and senator Simmons of North Caro i Lina were carefully studying the 83,000 word document preparatory to general and specific onslaughts. A some members of the majority j party also voiced dissatisfaction with various proposals in the measure. Including the duties in budding material Cedar lumber. I shingles Brick and Cement and 1 Birch and Maple lumber All of which now Are on the free list. Assails sugar duties those issuing statements in i these duties included representatives Rammer Iowa Republican member of the ways and Means committee and Haugen. Iowa. Chairman of the agriculture com Mitt. Representative Frear of Wisconsin a Republican Independent. Assailed the increased duties on sugar As indefensible. Praise of the measure was voiced by representative to Ison of Connecticut the majority floor Leader chairman Snell of the rules committee which will report a Rule to govern consideration of the measure in the House and chairman Hawley and ans who took part in framing the measure. As study and discussion went Forward at the Capitol there was conjecture As to How president Hoover would View the Bill in the Light of his expressed desire for a Quot limited revision of customs duties with the lesser rates left for i the Tariff commission to consider. I actual changes Small while chairman Hawley Esti i mated that the actual changes in protective rates would not exceed Twenty per cent of the total dutiable items one schedule that dealing with tobacco was untouched while an entirely new schedule was created embracing manufactures of artificial silk officially termed Quot Rayon in the Bill. One surprising development was tile action of the committee in reporting out an entire new Bill As a substitute for the existing Ford next Mccumber act. Unless the Senate finance committee completely rewrites the House measure As it usually does. Every commodity embraced in both the dutiable and free lists would be open to debate and amendment on the Senate floor. Opposes general Bill to avoid such a resident Hoover suggested in commemorate Early action pictures debenture to be taken into Tariff Battle fond a after fights in vain for right to name his baby but he lives in new York and learns it can t be done since new sort of order was issued to save municipal registrars work new York n. May 8�?but j the birth certificate she had j Hasni to a father any rights at All a signed was a new form distributed 1 such is the Wistful question pro 41 senators a we 4 a of president insurgents however May a pounded by Frank Makinson a i by the health department in the in a combination of democrats _ _ _ Vii nor Naurl Kilt com Otrhal Lese strength in Senate on new Issue Young proud but somewhat puzzled crests of clerical efficiency. A it has Parent who thinks his officially i been customary to enter the last Namel baby Shirley Agatha ought name of the arrival and allow theto be Edith. J parents to Supply the first name and the answer is App Arency. I later. This resulted in overwork democrats May Aid none at ally that is under the new King the registrars and leading to highly efficient time saving birth the slight change in the revised certificate introduced by the de certificate space was provided apartment of health. On the Back for the Mother to write a daughter was born to him and the name she has chosen for her his wife Edith at the woman a baby. Once she has done this the Hospital. Makinson. A Young englishman who Calls himself a psychopathic attendant slender nervous with thinning russet hair was not present. He was outside in the More Man a a a years a of nov. Letaua Stanford assert e j a uni tag nors sometimes Nan ail Lour a eel Oft the ground. He set up 24 cameras to prove it and his films Are declared to have been the first a posed motion pictures. Above proving that a Trotter docs lift All four feet. Center where the demonstration took place. Below views of a Saddler. I Palo Alto. Calif. May 8�? a a t Success As wet plates making Pas. Series of cameras finally reaching one of those proverbial differences j sible briefer exposures had not then 24 in number along a stretch of of opinion which Are ingredients i been invented. I track with lines marked on its of a horse race celebrated at scan j beginning in 1878 Stanford again 1 surface and on a Light reflecting Ford University today having Given undertook a series of experiments i background to Kiel in analysing being to a Quot momentous step in the j to prove his Point employing end the series of progressive exposures i development of the motion i heard Muy Bridge a san Francisco i a newly invented electro Magnet it was More than 50 years ago photographer to try for successive j was utilized making the steel tired instantaneous photographs which j wheels of the sulky close electric would record an animals Complete j circuits and release the shutters of action. That had never been done before it was said. Up to that time attempts had been made to present that gov. Leland Stanford later founder of the University expressed the conviction he was a breeder and keen observer of purebred animals that a trotting horse in full stride sometimes had All four feet off the ground. To prove his conviction he launched a series of photographic expert. Ments. Using As Many As 24 cameras other Republic a a Anco demonstrating he was right after achievement what is said to have been the first successful photographic recording of men and animals in continuous action. The camera work was undertaken Republican Washington Bureau the Albee building Washington A May 8. After a series of conferences Over the past week Republican advocates of the debenture plan in j the Senate have decided to follow up their opposition to the administration farm Bill with a concerted attack upon the Tariff. This movement has reached definite form. Senators Mcmaster and Norbeck of South Dakota have participated in the conference and both Are preparing to join with other members of the insurgent group in resisting any increase on manufactured products when the pending House Bill reaches the Senate. In addition to the two South Dakota senators other advocates of the debenture plan known to be at Odds with Republican leadership on the Tariff and ready to oppose the Bill Are senators Norris and Howell of Nebraska Frazier North Dakota Brockhart Iowa and la Follette and Blaine Wisconsin. Progressives lose strength senator Watson of Indiana. Republican floor Leader has taken cognizance of the formation of this anti Tariff group but claims that sufficient votes will be available in the Senate to Pas the Bill practically As it comes from the finance committee. The insurgents have not succeed and g. O. P. Independents upsets leaders e vote margin certificate is registered at the Bureau of records and the absent father May move heaven and Earth but to no Avail. Mrs. Makinson wrote her husband Washington. . May 8�? apr the Senate Over Rode the wishes of president Hoover today and voted to retain the Export debenture plan in the farm Relief Bill. A combination of democrats and Republican independents Defeated a move by administration corridor waiting around. A nurse i a letter announcing she had named a ers to eliminate the plan voted came up to him finally and. After j the child Shirley Agatha. He wrote telling him Quot everything a advised him to come around a in a Day or an attendant handed mrs. Makinson a birth certificate. She was asked to write Down what name the child is to Bear. She consider cd awhile. J All a or. Makinson asked. Quot i want �?�1 11 name her shirely Agatha of to Appeal to the British consulate ter his sister a she decided. Frank. Commissioner Wayne mayor walk will like or and anyone who can help but she wrote Down the name and i guess ifs useless. In a Only a precipitated a social dilemma. T father after Back saving he wanted it named Edith after her. She wrote to the health department asking if st1 could change the name. He wrote also and both were told it was impossible. Quot has t a father any rights at germ reply to Gil opens door Young is delayed to Church Accord device was employed so that running horses and men could be photographed the finished products proved that various devices which gave the i All four hoots of a trotting horse fleeting glimpses of successive poes do leave the ground at one time and even to project such a moving \ and the films Are declared to con impressions of motion through pictures on a screen. But always the separate postures had to be drawn by hand or posed for a camera in accordance with guesses As to actual posture. Erecting a studio on ground now part of the Stanford Campus. Gov statute the Quot first motion picture actually presenting read and a posed movements of men and animals commemorative Bronze tablets Are to be erected in the memorial court of the Stanford Quad to London dispatches show displeasure Over new reparations Angle expressed willingness to negotiate with cathode a first in 1872, but with indifferent j error Stanford equipped it with a i Perpetua ? the achievement three of Capone gang found dead one of Trio believed to have been mixed i p in St. Valentine crime Hammond iud., May 88pi�? the bodies of two of the three victims of gang retribution punctured with revolver bullets on a Rural Roadside Early today were identified by newspapermen As John Scalisi and Albert Anselmi notorious henchmen of Quot scar face Al Capone Scalisi was released under $50.-003 Bond a week ago pending his trial for tile St. Valentines Day gang massacre a which seven gangsters were slam. The pair was found beaded in wanted further time to build up their cases against the men. And Only last week their attorneys obtained their release from the coun j to jail under heavy Bond on the i Promise of their appearance when the trial is called. Mcburn had been trapped in a downtown hotel where he had been hiding since the Day of the seven fold murder. Soalisi however sauntered into police head found quarters one Day and surrendered. Maoist settling rapidly into the jail observing that he had been one of the dozen listed is a a wanted by the police for investigation. O de in mustering their full strength successive cameras later a timing in an attack in the Tariff Bill As a retaliatory measure for the killing of the debenture plan. Senator Nye of North Dakota has shown a disposition to cooperate with the White House and senator Johnson of California has consist. Entry supported party Tariff Meas j Gest ions of tires since he succeeded in include j Delegate my High duties on tile products of a the British delegation was his Home state in the Tariff act of 1922. Look to democrats according to those who arc participating in the drive against the Tariff the effectiveness of their opposition will depend largely upon the stand taken by the democrats in the Senate. Senator Simmons of North Carolina ranking democratic member of the finance com Sinclair to hear race Oyer radio sportsman. Confined in Washington jail. Will miss the pre Akness Washington. May 8�? a3 a Harry f. Sinclair registered phar Lic Leader in Mexico Mexico City Mexico May 8�? a a president Emilio Portes i has opened a doer through which diplomatic negotiations for settlement of his country a Church state strife May be approached. In a signed statement published today he said Quot if archbishop Ruiz monsignor Leopoldo Ruiz y. I Flores archbishop of Michoacan american j and a Leader of the mexican rom an Catholic Hierarchy should decked discuss with me the Way to bring about cooperation in the if there was any j moral effect to better the mexican ultimatum to people which he desires. I shall have no objection to talking with him on the archbishop Ruiz recently gave out a statement published in the United states which said a the Paris France May 8.�? a private talks Between the reparation experts concerning the proposal for settling the German reparations problem made by Owen Young went on this morning in a Calm that contrasted strikingly with the exasperation shown in London dispatches Over the Sug the Chiel this morning j Prospect of an Young or of a sudden break in the negotiations As had been intimated Iii press dispatches from London. All that is ridiculous. We Are Nettee is expected to oppose any the Day a was the reply studying the question without sex i Church and its ministers Are ready Cit ement. There Mav be some-1 to cooperate to the fullest extent thing to be said before the end of i for the betterment of the mexican u. S. Golfers off to a Good Start Gullane Scotland. May 8�? a a american golfers were off to a Good Start today in the British open championship. Although none of the visitors could Lead the life he will live until mid summer looked Forward today to the privilege of listening Over the radio Friday while one of his thoroughbred pets carries his racing colors into an american turf classic. The multimillionaire Oil Man who monday beg serving a so Day sentence for contempt of the Senate has Seldom missed being in his Box substantial increase in duties in keeping with his traditional attitude on the Tariff but a number of democrats from Eastern and Southern states have come to accent protective Tariff doctrines. Senator Copeland of new York last week germans withhold answer Young s explanatory memorandum setting Forth How he arrived at his figures and suggesting to the creditor nations that they change j ii pleased it was in answer to this that president Portes Oil spoke. Quot i was pleased with the statement made by archbishop Ruiz to frankly voiced his belief in protect now in the hands of All the the percentages in the partition of the effect that a the religious con reparations to suit themselves is i diet in Mexico was not motivated lion on the floor and democratic senators from Louisiana Florida. Massachusetts and other states have indicated a similar View. While majority Leader Watson is confident that democratic gains Gallons. The text of the German conditions on acceptance which was promised for today is still being withheld. According to the Best information that text May never the Back seat of a Coupe that had formally at least that no general been nosed into a ditch near Wolfe Tariff revision Law be placed be Lake just this Side of the Illinois fore Congress but that a Bill in state line their bodies covered by a niacin y term the the nature of ail amendment to the j Blanket. Twenty feet away officers a a a Quot a existing act be reported. 1 found a third body identified ten chair Nan Hawley and his relatively As that it Joe Guinta an other Gangland Habitude. Reporters identify men Hammond police were unable to verify the identifications made by newspapermen from Chicago who brought photographs from their gallery of gunmen and hoodlums publican colleagues of the ways and Means committee contend that a whole new statute is necessary to simplify administration at the customs House. They do not Subtribe to the theory that a he dem a rats of the Senate will be Able British open. The 1928 Marrable Golf to go around the Mirfield course stretching out 6 -693 Yards in 69 strokes. Diegel and Barnes scored 71, and de Dud the _ _ _ Macdonald Cie it cd Trio thl sgt i mean. Mss 8 dead due i Uick Shank a turned rip a it cup hair Recupe to of Etoi killers with whom police have in cards of .3. Prudent for reorganization of often had to contend were regard tied at 74 were Bill Mehlhorn t he Tariff commission by providing red As Ace a Capone staff and j and John Golden. Walter Hagen a it Bori to for him to terminate the i supposed executions today and Tommy Armour finished with a 0y off Jap the present six i were seen As the stroke of avengers scores of 75. Horton Smitn took 7b. It Mai of nerf at his we Ileto tile j the seven followers of a a burst i a a a simple process of sending the names Moran the North Side chief who Omaha rotarian is of their successors to the Senate for were lined up against the Wall of ci7, rat Admad a North Clark Street garage three j selected cover nuke months ago and swept with a j Sioux Falls. S. May 8 a a Pic Chine gun fire. J George w. Johnston of Omaha. Thrice have Scalisi and Anselmi will be the next governor of the been tried together for the slaying rotary International a 19th District. Of two policemen Only t y win a i Johnston was nominated at the an appointees were concerned. Under j quintals because they professed to a Nual District conference which Clos cd listing Law not More than three j believe the detective squad that commissioners May be of the same chased them was a squad of their political party. Underworld foes. Salaries. Of the commissioners j heed in sep Tuple murder would be advanced from $10,000 Tot Scalisi and Jack Mcgurn machine gun Jack were the Only two indicted for the Moran gang massacre. Their trials were deferred several times at the Behest of states attorneys and police who ass. Thbhthhn0rpro�inlot0 k Ifor the Runnin amp an important race and Jim Barnes were Only two in which he had entries and in the strokes behind and 13 of the 17 freeness he has five Colts Nomin playing from the in Ted states j ated with Mei for and leucine sex equalled or bettered the to Oryx -1 petted to Start. By he will see that mate Par of the course which is race Only through the eyes of a radio announcer and then by per Allis. Who finished fourth in Mission of his Jailer and because of played re ins Good Fortune to have studied pharmacy in his youth. Warden Peak explained that office workers in the jail often listened in on the radio to baseball games and other major sports events and said that no objection would be made if the Oil Man joined them Fri Smith. Gene Sarazen Al Watrous Pink Vns Ltd uni chant ail Tarrh a Kentucky Derby will be run advice and consent. The recreated commission would i Etc composed of seven members in a Toad of six and the president would of unrestrained in his selections so far As political affiliations of his cd Here yesterday and will be formally elected at the International convention at Dallas. M2.doo and their terms of office would be for seven years instead of 12 As at present. The commission Secretary would be paid at the rate a of $7,500 annually. The president would designate Hie chairman and vice chairman and the commission would have the broadest Power to conduct investigations at heme and abroad with Power to Issue subpoenas on heme soil for american citizens. Disobedience to subpoenas in such cases would be i ported to the courts which would be Given Power to punish for contempt. To Speed up the work of the commission in determining justification j for rate changes the Bill proposes that it May adopt the american Selling Price of comparable commodities As a basis rather than the differences in costs of production at Home and abroad which experience has demonstrated practically Are unobtainable. He will succeed or. Charles w. _ pres in South Dakota work and straightening up his priv today the celebrated prisoner was Able to go about his duties with the newspaper spotlight turned not so directly upon him As it has been recen a a. It was turned aside by order of George s. Wilson director of Public welfare who has barred All newspapermen from the jail temporarily because he said they were interfering with the routine of the institution. He refused to say How Long this Rule would be maintained but in the meantime Sinclair was Able to go about his activities As pharmacist and assistant to the prison doctor without the eyes of the world following him. Yesterday he assisted in the dressing of a minor wound in a prisoner and found time Between will More than off set possible re see the Light of Day. There seems publican defections the develop i to be a feeling on the part of the Merit of til anti Tariff Stout German delegation that their is among o. O p. Senators from the no reason Tor producing it. I Northwest or crises a new and in fore sting line of cleavage in the Senate. Recalls Days of 1909 not since 1900, when the Payne Aldrich Bill was under consideration. Have any con id Erble number of republicans split with the party leadership Over a Tariff Bill. The emergency Tariff of 1920 was enacted by practically the unanimous vote of the Republican members and in 1922 Here was no organized ficht against the Fordney Mccumber Bill from within the party. Only six re null icons were recorded against it on the final Roll Call As follows Borah of Idaho. Norris of Nebraska. Lafollette and Lenroot of Wisconsin Cummins of Iowa and Cummins of Arizona. The course of opposition decided upon the senators rom farm states apparently follows the same strategy As that adopted by senator Mcmaster of South Dakota during the last Congress. At that time he introduced a Resolution calling for revision downward of the for Nev Mccumber Tariff rates announcing that he would we Ork for reduction in duties on Industrial products until the Mcnary Haugen Bill was enacted into Law. The Resolution had by any cause which May not be corrected by men of sincere Good will and his categorical declaration that a the Catholic Church and its ministers Are prepared to co Oji Erate with the mexican government in every proper and moral Effort for the Benefit of the mexican people a cooperation for that purpose is exactly what Tho mexican government has Alwy ays desired. I stated publicly a few Days ago that in my opinion the Catholic Church As an institution was not associated with the military uprising which has London press displeased London. Eng. May 8�? a London newspapers were aroused today by statements that new Repar t. _ actions proposals of Owen Young j just ended in Mexico. I added that involved alterations in the spa re Many members of the Catholic _ a paragons percentages by we hich clergy in Mexico had recommend payment of import duties. A a cd and counselled respect for Law into the farm Bill by the Senate agriculture committee. The vote w As 47 to 44. The farm Bill itself still is to be voted upon. 13 g o bus against it til i Rice n republicans voted against the administration motion to eliminate the debenture two democrats voted with the Republican administration group. Those voting for retention of the debenture were republicans Blaine. Borah Brookhart Frazier Howell Johnson Lafollette. Mcmaster. Nor Beck Norris Nye Pine and Schall �?13 democrats Ashur St Barkley Black Blease Bratton. Broussard Caraway Connally Copeland Dill Fletcher. George Glass Harris Harrison Hawes Hayden Heflin Mckellar. Overman. Pittman Robinson of Arkansas Sheppard Simmons. Smith. Steck Stephens Swanson Thomas of Oklahoma Trammell to dings. Tyson Walsh of Montana and wheeler�?34. For elimination those voting to eliminate the debenture were democrats Ransdell and wagner�?2. Republicans Allen. Bingham Burton capper. Couzens cutting Dale. Deneen. Edge. Fess Gillett Glenn Goff. Goldsborough Gould Greene Hale. Hastings. Hatfield Hebert. Jones Kean Keyes Mcnary Metcalf Moses Oddie. Patterson Phipps Reed Robinson of Indiana. Jackets Shortridge. Smoot Steiwer Thomas of Idaho Towmsend. Vandenberg Walcott Warren Watermann Watson-42. Inclusion of the debenture Section complicates the enactment out agricultural legislation in View of the Strong opposition to the proposal by both president Hoover and the House. That Branch of Congress previously decided or when mingle against it. Foes yet hopeful after the farm bin is passed the debenture Section will be d Scusser by a conference of Senate Ara House committees where administration leaders Are convinced it will be eliminated. What to e Senate a attitude then will be is a matter of some concern to those desiring Early enactment of a farm measure. The debenture plan would provide for the issuance of certificates to exporters of surplus crops in an amount equal to one half the tar it on the crop exported. In the Case of Cotton on which there is no Tariff duty the debenture rate would be two cents a Pound. Debenture certificates would be accepted for Cash in the great Britain would be the principal loser in the proposed settlement. The consensus was that great Britain could not and would not accept the plan. The times said editorially that if the plan were adopted it would involve sacrifice by great Britain not Only of whole arrears of payments to the United states but a1 sums by the dominions with respect to the War losses. Other comment was equally emphatic against Youngs sch a which was described As a Quot bait from the Blue a a a Bombshell a and a a a staggering blow to British Hopes of o crops Progress despite cold Huron s d., May 8.�? to a Al i several plea in and order. Unfortunately an important minority who represent neither the mexican nation nor the Catholic Church apparently favor question on Broadness there was some speculation Here As to How Broad a spirit of conciliation the presidents statement might Point. Settlement of the controversy Between the Church and the mexican government apparently has hinged since the rupture became open in 1926, on some modification or arrangement of the National religious Laws which would permit the clergy to exercise its offices without conflict with its own ecclesiastical conceptions. O though vegetation made Little Progress because of cold weather crops Are generally in Good Condi no Force in reducing rates but was j Tion throughout South Dakota a rebated at length As an Effort to i cording to the weekly weather and state College. Weather forecast Strawberry plants Call caucus Washington C., May 8�? it a it a a caucus of Republican House members today was called for Friday to determine procedure for consideration in the House of the new Tariff Bill proposing upward revision of import duties on sugar a wide Range of agricultural products and on a Host of other commodities. The Call was issued by representative Tilson of Connecticut the majority Leader and about the Zame time representative Garner Texas the democratic Leader. South Dakota fair tonight and probably thursday Frost tonight i rising temperature thursday. Minnesota a fair tonight and thursday not much change in tem j Pesature Frost probable tonight. North Dakota fair tonight and thursday not much change in temperature temperature near freezing tonight. Nebraska fair tonight cooler in East and South portions Frost to night thursday fair with rising Alexandria s. Temperature Iowa partly Cloudy tonight and thursday slightly cooler in West portion Torr ref with no Quot Bly Frost. Local temperatures maximum and minimum a Jeu attire As recorded by the official tile rerun or my and. Old government thermometer from i a. J nearly All the Strawberry m ? esterday to 7 a m Toda a a it May 1,1929 Mitchell Republican i had Good results after ate shelf to strike up an acquaintance with a race horse bookmaker. Rests in Case is. Michaelson key West fla., May 8.�? up a tile government rested its Case at 2 50 p. In. In the trial of representative m. Alfred Michaelson of Illinois charged with violation of the prohibition Laws. Defense counsel immediately objected to virtually All the prosecution testimony but was overruled by the court. The baggage of Michaelson was passed through the customs at key West without inspection when he arrived from Havana on Jan. 2, 1928. On orders from Washington extending him the Courtesy of the port. Deputy collector l. T. Braga Fra testified. A o plants i had. Mrs. H. Friedrichs or. As mrs. Friedrichs in maximum 61. Minimum 40 at 7 a. In. Today 40. Roads fail precipitation 0 j i i i j once january i 5.85 inches pre doubt edit had to thin out i capitation excess since january i her Strawberry bed she inches 0 would have had to throw away her surplus plants if she Hadnot advertised them. But now she has sold them Wrather and roads by the associated press temp. 7 am Hilo of roads Sioux Falls Huron so ski &t�2sss? Ott and has really been paid for late doing her own work. Let a rapid City minority party would meet today to discuss their position in i _. Continued on face 6> 1 wan and pay you. Brookings Pierre a a 46 37 40 4s 32 id 38 66 57 58 64 49 59 56 42 33 40 46 31 40 37 coyness condition fails to improve Pierre s. D., May 8�? a3 a Lieut i precipitation j Nant govenor c. E. Coyne Contin i a used to rest Well last night it was i reported this morning by attendants at the Hospital Here. Where the it. Pierre publisher is critically ill with acute inflammatory condition of the heart although no change in his condition was seen. The condition of or. Coyne has remained virtually stationary since monday As indicated by doctor s statements and Hospital reports. That he was resting comfortably was Good pointed out yesterday in a statement fair by the physicians and this has con Good tidied the be Given As Ute favourable Good note m his condition turn the Republican Northwest against the Tariff. A revival of this attempt is seen Here in the conferences now under Way among the senators from this Section. Prominent Yankton banker passes on Yankton s. A. May 8�? a William e. Heaton retired Yankton banker and prominent Mason died at sacred heart Hospital Here late yesterday. He had been in ill health for about two years. In 1907 or. Heaton purchased a controlling interest held by the j. Mcvay estate in the Pioneer first National Bank of Yankton of which he first became cashier and later president. He sold his Bank interests Here last fall and retired from Active business on account of ill health. Or. Heaton was a 33rd degree Mason and prominent in various branches of that order. During his residence Here he was prominently identified with the business civic and fraternal activities of the Community and was one of the original directors of the Meridian Highway Bridge company. O crop bulletin issued today state office of weather Bureau. Federal court Aberdeen. S. D., May 8�? a a several arraignments were made in Federal court this morning. Anat the i Drew Johnson Aberdeen pleaded the government guilty to Sale of intoxicating liquor. Joe f. Fetig and Andrew the weather during the last week Feist Linton n. D., entered pleas bras unseasonably cold with freezing and frosts at night the report said of guilty to charges of transporting and possessing liquor. Calif while the tops of some Grain. Hill. Israel Johnson. Abraham Johnson Christ Johnson and Samuel Max. All indians from the Lake traverse reservation entered pleas of not guilty to charges of assault with dangerous weapons. O baseball scores potatoes and Early Garden truck were Frozen it is thought that no real damage was done on account of the retarded condition of crops. Weeds in some sections were Frozen Back. Only Light scattered precipitation occurred during the week. J Small Grain is now mostly seeded National league and that Early sown is up to a Rob Good Standard. Farm work Wras Pittsburgh 000000 too 0 0 2 somewhat delayed by the cold new York 222 005 Fox la 12 3 cutting wind. Petty Fussell. Kremer and har Good Progress was made in plow t Greaves Hubbell and of Farrell. Ing for Corn and flax. Some com j Cincinnati 010 cot too 2 7 2 has been planted though the soil j Philadelphia too 300 Fox 3 7 2 oartf6 a d g00=h columns and .00 .05 oooo .61 06 19 Good Good Good i today in Congress by the associated press wednesday Senate meets at la a. In. With vote on debenture proposal. House is in adjournment to give members Chance to study Tariff Bill. Senate interstate Commerce committee begins inquiry into advisability of Federal communications commission. Senat manufacturers committee takes up proposal for investigation of working conditions in textile in i Dusty in Carolinas and Tennessee. Section of the state while so moisture is sufficient for the present needs of germination and sprouting Grain More rain will be needed for rapid growth As soon As warmer weather sets in. Bobby Jot Sewins his place at bar i Atlanta ga., May 8.�? a3 a Robert Tyre Jones jr., better known to Golf fans As a a Bobby Jone three times Winner of the National Amateur championship Anc twice Holder of the National open title was admitted to the bar in the United states District court yesterday. Bobby who recently finished his Law course at Emory University Here was introduced to judge Samuel h. Sibley by a member of the Law firm of his father. Robert p. Jones. The Youthful attorney is expected to Lay aside his practice to compete in the National open championship and to defend his Amateur laurels this summer. Chicago. Too 103 too 4 7 1. Brooklyn. Big too too 2 7 3 Bush and Grace mc77eeoy and Deberry. St. Louis. 800 too 010 to 14 2 Boston. Too too 200 2 4 3 Sherdel and e. Smith Leverett Wertz Cunningham and Spohrer. The debenture Section would give the proposed farm Board the option of invoking the plan. It would not compel the Board to use it. A graduated reduction of debenture rates would be provided for use whenever Over production might be forecast in debenture by products. Of the four senators not voting two favouring the debenture ship Stead Farmer labor Mirlie Sota and Kendrick Democrat Wyoming were detained on account of illness. Senators King Utah and Walsh Massachusetts democrats however who were against the debenture were paired with the Absentee and did not vote. Just before the debenture vote the Senate included products manufactured from raw Cotton and tobacco under operation of the debenture provisions. This propose a1 was sponsored by senator Tyson Democrat Tennessee. Valley senators seek flood Aid Washington f May 8.�? a3 Mississippi Valley members of Congress will go to president Hoover tomorrow with their Appeal for administration support for emergency flood control legislation. A delegation from the House will oin the by party committee named by the Valley senators last week. Legislation to make available the remaining $4,200,000 of the $5,000.-000 emergency levee fund voted Ai Vear ago will be sought to reimburse the levee districts for construction of levees now threatened by new outbreaks. Mohammedans fight hindus in Bombay London eng. May a a a a dispatch from Bombay to the Dairy mail said today hindus and Mohammedan mop Lahs had engaged in serious fighting at Mangalore on the Mala bar coast. Six thousand persons with knives and missiles fought american league Rob Boston. 100-000-000 i 5 0 Clevand 012-000-00 3 7 0 Macfayden and Berry Hudlin and l. Sewell. Washington. 000-009-2 Detroit. 110-000-0 Hadley and Tats Uhle and Phillips. Philadelphia too 2 Chicago. To i Quinn. Yerkes and Cochrane Faber and Crouse. New York �?T01 St. Louis. 010 Hoyt and Jorgens Stewart and Behan. Over an area of two Square Miles Thna police finally dispersing the Ritter with Bayonet and sword charges. One was killed and several were injured the trouble was said to have started when the hindus played Musi near a mosque. O a Cal is elected Nev York n. Y., May 8.�? a it a former president Calvin Coolidge today we As formally elected a did Rector of the new York life in company at the regular meeting of the Board. Of mail Pilot killed Cheyenne. Wye. May 8.-of Iva i Houston. Denver Pilot on the Denver Cheyenne air mail route was found dead amidst the wreck age of his plane ten Miles Wilt k of Here today. A
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