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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - May 21, 1929, Mitchell, South Dakota
Weather b or i7i dry i i Quot i a ult fourth Cloudy warmer i he evening Republic aim edition a vol Xxxvi Mitchell s. Tuesday May 21, 1929 ten pages number 193soviet women Puzzle War Iho Isif of Ati chief want to join army Rick your pose says camera debenture to subject snaps when he looks most natural Sullivan sees House Victor ious first in plans for Farmer Relief Mirror supplants Lens and j shyness fades before familiar setting 7 views each shot new Haven conn., May 21-mp a photography of a new kind soon Jas to be demonstrated at Yale uni a verify whereby the person photographed sits looking at a Mirror instead of a camera. When the Sitter has exactly the expression he thinks he likes Best he presses a Button in the terminal of a Cord in his hand and the photograph is taken. The camera concealed completely works through a series of reflecting lenses to take the photograph As if it had been pointing directly from within the Mirror at which the Sitter looked. The Art in the new method lies in substituting the Ordinary feeling of artificial stiffness with something so fascinating to do that the a look natural expression is said to de easy. Science the inventor not Art. But science was the purpose behind creation of the device. It was invented by Luther g. Simian. Micro photographer of the Yale school of Medicine. It was the result of several years experimenting to develop something to Enaz in psychologists to obtain a natural photographs of facial expressions. The person to be photographed Steps into a Booth which has a system of mirrors in front and at both sides resembling those of Small Booths in clothing stores where the customer sees the new suit from All angles. The photographic Booth is fairly Large nine feet Long and five wide with comfortable chair. On a level with the Sitter s face Ere the mirrors one directly ahead mild three on each Side. Whichever Way he turns he is looking at a Mirror that shows him exactly the Angle from full face to Side View that the r we a will catch. All alone no photographer need be pres i ent. Or even touch the concealed apparatus once it has been loaded. Pressure of the Button not Only takes the picture but starts an automatic mechanism that switches off the lights momentarily and reloads the camera read for another so that the Sitter May take another View or expression in the Best time honoured manner of portrait photography. I seven views Are possible. The device can be operated by a photographer if desired without the setter knowing when the picture is taken. In the surroundings of the Booth the Sitter is said to find so Many interesting things to do that he has an Alert expression his eyes live and his pose natural. Or. Simjian a apparatus is to be i exhibited shortly at the medical school under direction of the agree on debt terms letter Paris France. May 21�? a a the Allied reparations experts have reached a full agreement on the text of a letter to be sent to or. Lilalma Schacht head of the Ger Man delegation in which they set Forth which of the German reservations they have accepted having revamped some of them and also presenting some Allied reservations. This letter will be delivered to or. Schacht tomorrow. According to the Best information. The creditor experts have accented a half dozen of or. Schachts conditions and have reserved three for further discussion after the German delegation has taken cognisance of their views. There remain two conditions which thus far the creditor experts have rejected which will furnish material for decisive negotiations Between or. Schacht and the other bound plane Waits on weather Roosevelt Field n. A a a May 21.�? a continued heavy fogs and rain off Newfoundland Are expected to delay until thursday or Friday the projected flight to Paris of the French plane Bernard -191. Armeno Lotti jr., Backer of the flight said no Takeoff we Ould be Adem Ted until weather conditions Are favourable. Lotti will accompany Jean Asso Nant Pilot and Rene Lefevre navigator on the flight. # majority too Large does not explain what Confidence is based upon however Washington d. C., May 21�?tvp a president Hoover is confident that no increase in Railroad rates will result from the decision of the supreme court in the St. Louis and of Fallon Case. A i am confident there will be no it increase in Railroad rates As the i result of the of Fallon decision a the president said in a formal statement in reply to inquiries of newspaper correspondents. The chief executive did not explain upon what he based his Confidence confining himself to the one sentence statement. 2 right 3 night a right to use a Yale scientists concealed camera the Sitter enter a Booth looks in a Mirror and presses a Button. Seven mirrors Are available making possible the seven poses illustrated. Gladys Pyle puts petition up to attorney general Sharpe Pierre s. D., May 21.�?up a an opinion As to whether the Frantz automobile registry tax Law passed by the 1929 legislature can be referred has been asked of attorney general m. Q. Sharpe before filing of a referendum petition on that Law. The petition was re received by Secretary of state Gladys Pyle yesterday afternoon. Miss Pyle pointed out that the petition presented for filing by e. R. Judy of Aberdeen contains More than the required number of signatures 12.959�?and that it seems to be properly verified and in due form. A the petition will be filed a she said in a letter to the attorney general a upon your advice that it conforms with the requirements of the the petition containing an estimated 18.00 names is seven and a half inches thick of sheets 13 1-2 by 8 1-2 inches. Most of the signatures Are in Ink. And Are drawn from All parts of the state. The signatures indicate that Many of the individual petitions were circulated by automobile dealers and garage men. Presentation of the petition to refer the Frantz Law is the latest step in a protest against it made from the time of its passage. The new Law provides for a 3 per cent registry tax on motor vehicles before issuance of certificate of title in South Dakota. The tax applies once to a South Dakota car. And is no longer assessed against the vehicle after cart Ficat of tit Isato Inar hide after certificate of title is obtained. Foreign cars registered for the first time in this state would be taxed on a graduated scale of value As to age and original factory Price. Urges Furth r questioning of Copley. Owner of paper Chain Washington. A. May 21�? a George w. Norris the Veteran senator from Nebraska held attention at the Capitol today As with renewed vigor he continued his attack upon what he termed the Quot Power Trust and the efforts he ascribed to this to acquire financial interests in newspapers throughout the country. He declared he believed every newspaper has had the Opportunity to sell out Quot to the Pew r Trust but fortunately he continued Quot the great majority of editors were outraged by the disclosures of the Federal Trade commissions investigation. Senator Norris repeated his demand that the Federal Trade commission reopen its inquiry of the financial interests of Ira c. Copley owner of a number of newspapers after he had read a Telegram from Cooley denying charges that he still owned Stock in Public utilities. Tile Telegram from Copley urged that the Federal Trade commission summon him. After Reading it. Norris said he joined with Copley in that request. The nebraskan then declared that Copley and his attorney Quot seem to be in Norris said that testimony of Copley a attorney tended to Bear out his own statements regarding Copley a financial in Congress tuesday House continues Tariff debate. Senate hears conclusion of Norris attack on Quot Power census reapportionment Bill remains Quot unfinished business of Senate. House ways and Means committee republicans consider recommendations of sub committees for amendments to Tariff Bill. Senate and House conferees meet to consider differences in farm Relief Bills. Monday House continue general debate on Tariff Bill. House ways and Means committee republicans distributed suggestions for changes in Tariff Bill to sub committees for consideration. Senate adopted Resolution designed to prevent repetition in Washington of Cleveland clinic disaster. Senate and House committees began negotiations looking to agreement on farm Relief legislation. House conferees on farm Bills agreed to seek vote in their chamber on Export debenture proposal. A dear sirs regarding your inquiry about rerun will say that though i did not sell All of the Sweet Clover seed i sold More with the rerun than i did on the first run so i am convinced of one thing double service is All right. I also find that your rates in comparison with other papers that give Only one run Are very reasonable. Respectfully Hugh Whitlow Forestburg the Republican invites comparison of its want and rates at any time. It also invites comparison of the results attained by its ads where it is possible to do so. It pays to use the Blank
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