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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - May 24, 1929, Mitchell, South Dakota
The evening Republican fourth edition weather Cloudy warmer number 196 vol Xxxvi Friday May 24, 1929 Mitchell s. D Island offers Solitude to lovers atm an Paw marriages and divorces 11fssf it a i both show increase Here Secretary Good says new Bill will be offered m in fall Nam a to Stop profiteers lip Washington d. C., May 24�? up a the War department is prepare pop pee ing Tor Early submission to con pm Gres of a Bill to mobilize Industry Rye in War time on the same basis that was manpower is conscripted. Secretary Good says the measure la is expected to be among the first in Elk legislative matters to come before la by Congress at its regular session in i up Obj december. The Bill probably will to if Ujj cover All phases of finance and of j Lim Commerce. 0 the Secretary has already sent to i5hh Congress a Bill to authorize the president to conscript the Man go nil Power of the nation for immediate military service upon a declaration i of War. V the National defense act places upon the War department the re View of the Morrow summer estate at North Haven mc., where col. Charles a Lindbergh and Anne a possibility of preparing plans for Morrow May be married in june. From the front of the Home visitor have an excellent Outlook Over the the mobilization of industries in sea. Upper inset shows View of the Beach near the Morrow Home wartime and the proposed legislation would authorize their actual North Haven me., May 24�?f4b�? the Atlantic surging and pounding a1 Coastwise Steamer plows its Way draft by the president. A near Ideal spot for a quiet wed in the wooded rolling acres for along. The department s plans for i Ding and a Honey Moon free from the most part in their natural in the Morrow Home which was emergency Industrial mobilization intrusion that s North Haven touched state will provide the Hun completed last Slimmer is a Low Are Laid along the following lines this 13-mile-Long Island to Miles dress of retreats where newlyweds rambling Structure of 26 rooms. Its financing of contractors to off the Maine coast at the Entrance could lose themselves from All. Story and a half Frame snuggles whom War contracts Are allotted to Penobscot Bay where the sum residents of the Village of North closely into the background of fir prevention of profiteering and Mer Home of ambassador Dwight Haven a Little Cluster of buildings and Spruce stabilization of prices in War time. W. Morrow is located. On main Street a Road without Side some landscaping has been done provisions of machinery for set should miss Anne Morrow and walks and the remainder of the is on the immediate adjacent part of element of wartime Industrial Dis col. Charles a. Lindbergh be mar land inhabitants All consider the the 33-acre estate but for the most Pules. Ried Here they would be assured possibility of the wedding As a a part the surroundings Are much As maintenance of a constant flow that the gaping milling pushing great thing for North they were when a Deacon Browne of raw materials and organization crowds Ever present in the thick the know Anne Morrow from built a Little farmhouse there Many of All transportation systems. By settled centers of the country seeing her about the few Summers years ago. The Morrow Home is officials of the department who would be absent. The Morrow a have spent Here since on the site of the a Deacon so place have Long publicly urged the pass there Are Only 375 year around the War. They have seen her sail and the fireplace from the old age of some legislation to provide residents on the Island. They Dif ing her Little boat across the a House has been incorporated into for emergency Industrial mobilize Fer from the metropolitan crowd in ters of the Bay. Golfing or just the new Structure. Lion declare that Industry is at its that unless invited Thev usually walking. On her walks they say. Numerous guests could be a weakest Points both through Dis stay a proper distance from an she usually carries a Book under her comm dated in the spacious House organization and sudden loss of event. Arm. Enough for a a a quiet a wadding Atman Power up ii a declaration of then. Too. The Island is acc a from the Shore the Atlantic tended by relatives and close War. Sible Only after an hours ride by surges on. And across the Bay Rise friends. But the seeker of thrills to Steamer or Motorboat from Rock j the Camden mountains. About the would find the journey rather Long Dade i of a i ase land on the Mainland or by air. 1 Bav tiny sail and motor boats Dot and might find himself without Drill Al Leutz Lude and the rushed Rocky Shore with the water and outside an occasion sleeping accommodations. In to 5 5 girl and parents finally agree extremities must be clothed Wilmington del., May 24-the a no stockings a fad at the Wilmington High school is near its finish. The parents of miss Rose Milano 17 years old a senior and m. Channing Wagner principal of the school came to an agreement yesterday As to what is Good taste in Wilmington High school dress and after a three hour partly the parents. Or. And mrs m. Milano left satisfied. Rosa wont to school this morning wearing stockings. The controversy Betws Een or. And mrs. Milano and or. Wagner was Over the practice of Rosa going to school without stockings. She had been found in the Ultra modern collegiate style and was Given the Choice of either staying in Semi seclusion in a room or going Home. She went Home and the Mother irate vowed she would fight for the cause of her daughters fashions to the finish. After the discussion neither Side would talk about what had occurred. Or. Wagner on behalf of the parents and the school issued a in Oewy Ritten laconic statement did not intimate anything of he Parley. It read a the matter has been adjusted co the satisfaction of the school and the Rosa accompanied her parents to the school. She was dressed in a stunning coat that covered an evening gown. She wore stockings with slave bracelets and Paisley shoes. The girl on previous occasions attracted much attention by her daring dress., and at one time caused a sensation by wearing a dog Collar. Slave anklets and Large earrings also were among the additions to her garb attracting attention. Among those greatly interested in the discussion was miss Muriel Rubicam. Who also attended school last thursday without hosiery and who supported the belief that students should be permitted to dress As they please. Gardner to take Bench on june 3 Huron. S. A. May 24�? a5 a Archibald k. Gardner will assume his duties As a judge in the eighth circuit court of appeals june 3. The Huron attorney whose confirmation was made by the Senate yesterday has been requested to appear in St. Paul at that time by senior judge Kimbrough Stone of Kansas City. One of the regular terms of the circuit court now is in session at St. Paul. Before he paves to take Over his new duties or. Gardner must dissolve his partnership. Gardner and Churchill. The dissolution will become of a feet Ive june i. At we Hill time Lewis Benson of Flandreau a brother in Law of president Fred w. Sargent of the Chicago and Northwestern Railroad will join the firm we hich probably will be known a Churchill and Benson. I. A. Churchill who has been associated with or. Gardner for Many years will be the senior member. Guilty pleas Cut court Calendar Deadwood. S. Do a May 24�? 4b�? with the first Case nearing completion today additional pleas were cutting Down the Calendar of rates called for trial at the Spring term of Federal court which was commenced Here tuesday. George w. Zoll. Lead charged with using the mails to defraud we As on trial today. It was expected his a a would toe completed Early this afternoon. Pleas of guilty received were m. Parsons Custer charged with using the mails to defraud Chang d plea t guilty. William Savage Central City William Burke Deadwood and Harry Young Martin charged with violating the prohibition Laws All metered pleas of guilty. At Patterson. White River barged with Possession of liquor to an Indian reservation pleaded tit try. Sentences Are to be passed later was Learned from Deputy u. S. Irshal Frank Gilmore. Senate and House conferees again in deadlock to limit Tariff Washington d. C., May 24�? 4b�?final enactment of a farm Relief measure and of the census reap Ortic ment Bill is necessary before the Senate can consider a recess for the summer senator Watson of Indiana the Republican Leader informed the Senate today in demanding a saturday session. Washington. D. C., May 24�? a failure again attended efforts of the from Relief conference committee today to agree upon disposition of the Export debenture plan. House conferees persisted in their demand that the debenture Section be eliminated before attention was j turned to other differences in the farm Bills passed separately by the House and Senate. The Senate members emphatically declared that the conference committee should proceed us Ith a discussion of minor differences and let the debenture Section wait for later disposition. Another meeting has been called for tomorrow. Senate conferees indicated that if the House members would agree to go ahead kith a general discussion of the two Bills that finally a conference report suggesting elimination of the Debento plan would be adopted and reported to both branches. Houv members declared they could not agree to approve a conference report i finding any reference to the debenture plan no matter if it Only recommended elimination of the proposition. Seji ate members held the View that View if by a general discussion of the two Bills a majority of the necessary compromises could be we on by the Senate they would have no citation in making a report to the Senate is listing elimination Ltd the debenture clause. They said adopted in View of the Circum Stan they Felt such a report would be ices by both youse and Senate and la farm measure sent to president j Hoover. Allies divided on be German offers Paris. France May 24�? 4s a the reparations experts today continued deadlocked in their efforts to reach i an agreement and again Are looking More or less to Owen d. Young. American representative to find some Way out of the impasse. The Carman delegates in their conversations thus far have refused to Budge in the demand that their reservations to the annuities pro posed by or. Young be accepted. It was Learned authoritatively that j the British and japanese delegates Jar inclined toward acceptance of j the proposals of or. Hjalmar i Schacht of Germany but the French and belgians with some support i from the italians Are firm in their intention not to make further sacrifices. La Follette challenges body to throw him out a Reed is sarcastic Washington d. C., May 24�? <4b�? the Prospect that members of the Senate will be questioned by the rules committee was held out today As an aftermath of the second Days round of heated discussion Over the publication of the purported secret Roll Call writhe nomination of former senator Lenroot to be a Federal judge. The proposal was advanced by j senator la Follette. Republican Wisconsin who precipitated yesterdays discussion by challenging the Senate to expel him if he tells his constituency How he votes in executive sessions and was made the subject of a Resolution offered by senator Harrison of Mississippi a democratic member of the rules committee. Would quiz senators senator la Follette demanded that the committee question senators before it interrogates newspaper men identified with publication of the Roll Call which has been described by some members As inaccurate. Paul Mallon. Who signed the Roll Call Story distributed by the United press associations has been Suppo ended to appear before the com i Mittee monday. Afterwards chair j Man Moses declared in response to senator la Follette a demand the i committee probably will Call upon members of the chamber to Tell j what they know about the a a leak. The Senate rules committee de i cited to hold open hearings Mon-1 Day at the time it questions or. J Mallon. He was also informed by j the committee leaders that he j would have the right to have coun it Sci. The Wisconsin senator also proposed an amendment to the rules j to give representatives of press associations formal privilege to have Access to the Senate floor As Well j As the Senate press gallery during open session. They have had this privilege by Courtesy for a number of years but it was withdrawn wednesday after senator la Fol i left denouncing the rules com a Mittee for its action to exclude United press representatives Wras i sustained in an objection to the j j appearance on the floor of another i correspondent. No action was Tak Jen yesterday on the Wisconsin senators new Frodo Sal. Norris wants publicity taking cognizance of the stat i ments that the published Roll Call a was inaccurate. Senator Norris. I Republican. Nebraska asked unanimous consent that the official Roll i Call be made Public. His move was i blocked with an objection by Sena i Tor Hastings Republican Delaware. Recalling his reference wednesday to the a so called ethics of this co called profession of newspaper men. Senator Reed. Republican. Pennsylvania. Observed that a i committed some offence t suppose by the remark i made the other Day regarding the so called ethics of the newspaper Reed assails ethics a i do pot think a he said a that ethically there is anything very admirable in joining with th0 senator in violating the rules of i the Senate and flaunting them. But ethically the action of the new Spaner Man is not comparable in its meanness with that of the senator himself who violates the rules of the body and then hides behind the newspaper Man. And does not dare to disclose his identity v senator Heflin. Democrat Alabama demanded that the press gallery be abolished because news we Riters a Truckle to the roman Catholic 4 plan crashes one killed port a Prince Haiti May 24-op a a Marine corps air plane crashed at Cane Hai Teien yesterday. First lieutenant Gladden was killed and second lieutenant Rhodes who was piloting the Ma-1 a Chine was seriously in lured. A dear sir my and gave me Good results. I sold More horses than i wanted to. They were trucked 125 Miles. Thanks very much for your service. Yours truly Tony Vlasman Plankinton s. A that is a Fine example of Long distance advertising but it is nothing unusual for Republican want ads. Circulating in 17 counties gives i a big Selling Powei to our double service ads. Use the Blank today in Congress Friday Senate continues census reapportionment discussion. Quot House votes on special Rule to govern Tariff Bill amendments. House takes up Tariff Bill for consideration of amendments. Vare Wilson 1926 election contest hearing is continue 1 by Senate subcommittee. Senate military affairs committee considers Bills and nominations on its Calendar. Senate manufacturers committee takes up amendments to Resolution for textile investigation. Senate interstate Commerce committee continues hearing on proposal to set up Federal communications system
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