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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - September 21, 1924, Mitchell, South Dakota
Something new see the Mitchell Corn Palace sept. 28 to oct. 3 twelve pages the evening Republican City edition vol xxxix Mitchell s. Monday september 21, 1925. Number 294 air problem not alarming Davis testifies equipment is inadequate says but funds control this Factor father who deserted son finds him through music inquiry is welcomed Rani Kim y or in rom is show Vav by would it ii Len s a 111 tary p. Is Zim of Khz a re ave Leif its sol Sec a deserts its Wess and 9/fdhtht old soy 20 years ago in c a of Shin ton \ Rny fica n people were i v a it tins Secretary a a Pic assured of War r ? that there i Quot no reason to a i in a about th0 condition of the Bunny air t to if v ins the a Itne is be j for o the president s air Board. Or. I a broadly outlined the policy of the army air Arni and pointed to the c r ?5ful world flight by army i Anes As one accomplishment which i a proved its right to Public the amount of equipment is in adequate a he a Aid. Quot but this is a controlled by funds available while it personnel although somewhat limited. Nut excelled by any air service in the world. A or Davis who first urged appoint Rny it of the Board pledged the full i cooperation of the War department in the inquiry and said that if during tee investigation charges w re made against its administration he would Quot a re a one an Opportunity to reappear and answer them. Welcomes inquiry a a the War department a or. Davis said Quot welcomes this inquiry into the1 air defences of the country by this i Board of disinterested citizens. Na-1 tonal defense is a sacred Trust of ally the people. They have the right to know whether appropriations Are he cd wisely and economically expended and whether the defences of the country Are planned organized and equipped in the most effective Man tier Quot in the consideration of this vitally important subject honest differences of opinion naturally arise. They exit within the War department itself. A you will undoubtedly hear today and the proper expression of honest Sonvi it inns is to be encouraged. The War department impugn the motives of no critics it Baa the right to demand the same fair dealing for itself. I seeks to keep an open mind on All debatable questions to adopt any con to Active suggestions which it Tao approve to improve the service wherever its Means will permit. Col. Mitchell relieved from duty by Hinds Sioux indians first to Cross big Structure Auto smashes take toll of 115 lives during past week language used toward of 500 redskins led by Kirk filers termed ins Bordin Ham file Over chamber action general says lain Bridge sunday comment is withheld big Day tomorrow Chicago 111members of one outwear Dayton. Killed and is Wayne ind in deposed air of i of says he is ready to testify of fore Board san Antonio. Tex. Sept 21 a it a a col. William Mitchell air service critic a relieved from Active duty sept. If by order of major general Ernest. Hinds it became known Here today. Washington. A. Sept. 21 up a action of major general Ernest Hinds in relieving col. William Mitchell from Active duty at san Antonio is understood to have been based on general Hinds feeling that language sept. 21.�? apr six family were wiped o., and one was injured near fort a collision Between interurban cars and automobiles sunday. Other accidents in which au-1 to mobiles figured brought the sunday death list from this cause in the mid lowest to it. Six persons were j shot to death two died in an air plane crash and two were drowned. One Hundred and fifteen persons were killed in automobile accidents in eleven Middle Western states in th0 am or am s. Sept. 1 Spe in or Veek distributed a a follows Ciao a lust As the Sioux indians were f Ohio 29 Illinois 20 Michigan 20 the first people of modern times to Indiana 16 Texas 8 Oklahoma i. Rosa the Missouri River so were they Minnesota. To i Scon Sill 3, Missouri i 3 Kansas 4. Iowa. 2. Litt of Chamberlain pecked of t to flags for Celebration Haney question proves vexing to president majority of shipping Board feels Palmer is useless to their body a. Authority is doubted i whether Coolidge has con Tregl of Board to question to Congress River first to Cross the new $366,000 steel and Concrete Bridge which spans the Missouri River her at 7 o clock last night 300 Sioux led by their Chi Trust dressed in full War regalia assembled at the Eastern end of the Bridge and. Headed by j. E. Kirk used by co. Mitchell relative to air Ham. State Bridge Engineer and E. Soy hts is amp for of Kwo a to Fath or. O o Sott is Etc soloist it painters or a Sis Fra too Quot William Zimmer Omaha neb sept. Cd a Nea i a on the mysterious Waves of the air conies the deep Bass voice of the radio announcer a this is station in fax. Hasting. Nebraska. The next selection will be a violin duet by William and Edward i Zimmer father and i and then comes a plaintive Melody from two violins. Hut even radio marvelous is it is in 5 enabling people to hear Beautiful music hundreds of Miles away fails completely to Tell the Story behind the Harmony of these two violins. Story Ciiab fiction for it is a Story of love heartaches anger and happiness such is 1� usually found Only in fiction. It service matters had been insubordination to bus superiors. A i dont want to talk about it a of Mitchell declared today. A a please say that i have nothing whatever to saw Bailey mayor of Chamberlain they began the March up the Bridge approach. As the first of the new Concrete floor was reached Kirkham and Bailey stepped aside and chief Trust St Rod out upon the big it us France plans to Start debt payment in �?T26 Quot in carrying out it serious respon-,3 Story of re it to life written in bilt a vilify for the National defense it a and Happy experiences of years morally hound to insist that Mere As at tile age of 19, William Zimmei serf ions must be backed up by barn a violinist educated in Berlin fell Iii fax is. That due consideration must he j love w Ith a 16-year-old girl in new rep to the costly experience of the York City. Aft a Hast a gunship past in weighing spa a lations As to they w Ere married and both were the future that change for the Sake of change alone is unjustifiable. We sri All actuated by the same fundamental motive that patriotic desire to safeguard our common her a t age no May honestly differ As to till ways and Means of accomplish men to such a discussion there Lei very Happy. A baby was born when the baby was nine months old. Zimmer went on the Road with one of the Schubert companies playing a the merry widow and failed to return to his wife and baby. Mrs. Zimmer obtained a divorce and married a wealthy Cotton broker named Mack with whom she lived happily. Her Little son never knew his a j 1 her but As he grew older he to a j told about him and went by the name of Edward Zimmer. % like his father the boy soon displayed real musical Talent. The Mother did everything possible to de Elop the son s musical education. Tile family moved to St. In uis and j Edward made his debut Over radio while his father was playing Over the radio at Hastings. But due to Adverse business Condi we have nothing to say a Genera i Ture which has conquered Tho Muddy Hinds said today. A please say Liat flood of the Missouri and led his peo there is a no comment from the i p6 in silence across to american eighth corps Are a j Island. Following the Shenandoah disaster j file Over Structure col. Mitchell who is said to be one j chief Trust and his indians came of the most decorated men in the from Tho Crew Creek reservation. All army and who at one time during the j Day Long Down the winding Hills world v a. Commanded the entire a1 j that Lead from the hinterlands to the i cd air fleets issued a statement in River Bottom where stands the his who i he declared recent air disasters or a town of Chamberlain the inner due to the almost Erimina j Diana streamed. Some in Automo neg Nigem e of he \ United states a r a Bilos that roared up and Down the service. I ourt martial charge Hills some on spirited ponies that which a said to be under prepare bucked and reared As tile motor cars lion in Washington have been sex roared past some in wagons heavily pm cited in san Antonio for some time. Loaded with Camp equipment and a in addition. Col. Mitchell expected j Pony or two following. All Over the ravines for a mile or two in each direction from Chamberlain the Sioux once the greatest War nation of the Western indians had pitched their tents preparatory for their part in the four Day Celebration which will begin tomorrow marking the completion and dedication of the third of the to be called As chief witness before the air service investigators appointed by president Coolidge As a direct result of col. Mitchells charges. I am ready to testify whenever they want me a he order was dated saturday hut was not made Public until today. Directors of Bank named in $166,714 suit Washington. G., sept. 21.�? a a dispatches representing tile French debt commission As prepared to propose a funding settlement with the United states that contemplates reduction of the French debt without delay of the principal have been received with obvious satisfaction by officials of the american debt commission. While dispatches fro the liner Paris which is bringing finance minister Cai Ila us and his associates i to this country gave no indication of the amount of the principal payments which he May propose there was no concealment of interest in the report that he was prepared to offer As the first of these a substantial payment in 1926. The Caillaux program was described As contemplating an increased annual payment during Caca of the next Twenty years. What was probably received with More satisfaction by debt commission officials Here was the word that the French proposal will not he tied up i great state Bridges Over he Missouri. Pither with reparation payments or s smoke from Camp fires Rose Early thee tentative Franco British debt through the still Cool air of a mid a agreement september Day and the guttural Vole a the Arnout 0f re instalments is of the Sioux could be heard. The French Are prepared to pay was said to he the most closely guarded secret of the Mission and was described Only As representing the French View of the utmost of that personalities or spirit we Wei girls plunge to death Over 60 foot Cliff bodies recovered Krom w v ter 400 feet Down Stream current Swift Taylor Falls. Minn., sept 21.�?14? a the body of 9 year old Irene Aaby Minneapolis girl who lost her life in a 60 foot fall from the Cliffs Here sunday was recovered at 9 a. In. To Rio place for passion prejudices. In that Conte this inquiry. A on behalf of Rny War department i am glad to off r the Board of aviation inquiry every assistance in our Power. A studies records and reports. Whether Public confidential or secret Are at your disposal. Officers busted in and employee will appear before it of if and when desired and w ill testify fully freely and Frank a. There has not been is not now and will not be any muzzling of army officers in the expression of their individual opinions. In your constructive program the War depart i from the St. Croix with grappling mint will cordially cooperate. Hooks about 400 feet Down the River Quot at this hearing i will confine my from where she Glrst Sank from sight. Self to general statements it policy the recovery was made by Al Iii i leaving the details to be elaborated it of Taylors balls who was one of a by he military and technical experts party of about 20 men who started Quot in general i believe e that our it the search this personnel is at least equal in skill sign another party which had searched Hardihood and bravery to that of any All night. Ether nation. The equipment ill the Aaby girl was drowned in a inadequate in numbers and part of it. I double tragedy which also took the built during the War unsatisfactory j life of Evelyn Lillian la year old n condition a situation which is i daughter of James Wampler of m in gradually improving. This condition fica Polis w to attempted to sae her. In due solely to Lack of Money Atid the girls came Here to visit the can be remedied Only by Money. That dells with Evelyns father and a. P. Our technical a and research work is Anderson of Minneapolis. W bile sex satisfactory is evidenced by the fact Plorins the Cliffs near Tho interstate hat the army air service holds an Bridge Irene lost hoi footing Ai d extraordinarily Large percentage of slipped Over the Edge of a 60-foot Cliff world records in aviation. She caught the crumbling ledge Quot the efficiency of the whole serv and Clung tenaciously screaming for be was strikingly shown by the Suc up Evelyn ran to her Aid but the ass of the round the world flight a younger girl in hot Exciton grasp Triumph of organization As Well As of Evelyns arms and Tho King wartime planes pm lisping the possible War continued on Page three Bond Issue to be discussed tuesday night Vit tvs toward Propf Tive exc King Plant Here to by exchanged time need for planes or. A via continued it has been thoroughly understood that the re a would be necessary a Grea enlargement of manufacturing fail to which do not exist surveys of 8.1 easting factories either have been r n or or Are in Progress and in borne the manufacturers have made definite approval plans for such expansion. The requirements of the air serv a i a in time of War have been com r Ted As carefully As possible and have been reduced to terms of raw i material. This has been a task of k a at difficulty due among other things to the rapidly changing types of aircraft but it is proposed to keep feb s study up to Date and actually to Quot a locate to the different factories the Rar time work which they must do cd to make provision for securing them the necessary supplies of Law materials. This la what we Call a a dust rial War planning and the air vice phase of it is very Complex. A or. Davis pointed out that the my and Navy joint Board had turned Over the development of rigid Diri of is to the Navy hut stated that the a a approval plan for the organization of the air service provides for a cer-1\ amount of lighter than air Craft hich it is believed will be of value o military is Broad subject Pacific recommendations for bet eight. Speakers Are a discuss the proposed $500,900 Bond Issue and tile prospective packing Plant for Mitchell at a Public mass meeting to be Beld tomorrow. Tuesday evening at Hie City Hall it was announced by to h. King Secretary of the Cham by of Commerce today. In the program which was arranged by the chamber in order to acquaint Mitchell voters with the reasons for the special election on the morning after relic Bond Issue called for next Shii ird a each speaker has been Given a special topic so there will be no duplications in the addresses. The program is As follows a what the Lily pro pox to do a mayor j. E. Williams. A need of water for a racking Plant a t. Spangler. A a x Celsi for Mitchell xxx. R. Ronald chairman of Palt King Plant committee. A tile Cost of More water for Mitchell a s. Of. Smith City Engineer. Quot him a packing Plant a void a coca Etc employment Iii Mitchell xxx. Reams. A How a packing Plant would help Xii of Mitchells territory a b. A. Robb. A Why i am fora packing .1. N. Trow. A xxx by you should x Etc on saturday a Robert Buras. In order to insure a Snappy pro a Gram the committee in charge has j limited the time for the speakers. All talks. Two Slid. And rolled Down the face of Tho Cliff. Evelyn Clung to the rocks in comparative safety but Irene plunged into the water where she Sank immediately. Then Evelyn unhesitatingly plunged in to save her but was lost in the Swift current. Her body was recovered by Lucius Tan Gen 26 years old of Taylor Falls. Sioux fall s. A sept. 21-�?a suit against the directors of the Dakota Trust and a v Ings Bank. Under the stat Ute making directors liable for excessive Loans made by the Bank a the first such action growing out of the suspension of any Sioux Falls Bank was started in circuit court j with the seining of papers this morn i ing on the various directors against f a Hom judgment of $166,714.61 isl sought Tho total Vej legend excess of five Loans. A in wants named in the action Are A. Haywood. Tom costello. John t Medin Carl look. Xxx. Ii. Lyon. William Noll p. F. Thompson Julius Kuh n Monserud v. Ii. Masters. B. C. Mathews and c n. A arc the state Law provides that Tho i around the Camp fires Many indians have been Cai ipod abound Chamberlain for two or three Days awaiting official word to move their Camp to american Island. Chief Trust led the first delegation of Indiana a toss and Early this morning other groups of redskins made their Way Over the Bridge to make Camp on the islands. Today saw the bulk of the indians arrive. From the Rosebud. I to by their chiefs came fully 2,500 indians who will take part in the reproduction of Custer a last stand known the Battle of the Little big Horn. From the North other bands of indians were due Toi nation s capacity. Officials Here would not attempt to calculate what the French payments might be but it was recalled m. Caillaux had previously made known he hoped for a settlement that would wipe out the entire $4,000,000,. Too obligation in sixty two years the same period for which the British debt settlement runs. With the reports of the French program construed As meaning that France would not seek a moratorium arrive during lha Day. And by Tomor a had Bren exp 0rtcd in am quotes it was assumed that for the immediate beginning of annual Amori Row it is predicted that fully indians will be camped on american Island. City is decorated the City of Chamberlain itself has donned Holiday garb for the four Day Celebration. Flags and Bunting Are everywhere. Skilled decorators took Possession of the downtown streets Early yesterday morning and late last rectors and off ears of a state Bank night they were still working. Quot Cham Are personally liable for All execs a Berlaine said one of the men who hive Loans made by the tank to the has worked previously in Mitchell de extent that the loan is excessive and coating Elgit City for tile it Orn Palace the Labibi y i the a ame As if they and other festive occasions. Had endorsed Hie paper according to m Mitchell but it takes m cd Luddy. Attorney for the plaintiff. Fred in Smith As superintendent of state Hanks. The Law says it shall be unlawful to loan to any person or corporation at one time More than 20 percent of the paid up capital Stock and surplus. The Dakota Trust and savings Bank had a Cai Tal of $100,000 and surplus of $20,-000. Of ten passengers carried on trial flight of plane new x Ork. N. X., sept. 2i�?mp a ten passengers were carried aloft today in a no Type Fokker monoplane during a test Al ssh at Curtis Field. Officers said this is the largest group of passengers Ever carried by a monoplane. The machine designed and built in Holland by Anthony it. Fokker is equipped with a fifi cd Wing in the nation payments and their increase Over a period of years m. Caillaux was expecting As a Concession a minimum interest charge. Auto plunges Over embankment kills Deadwood youth weather forecast South Dakota Iowa and Nebraska. Showers probable tonight and i Etu a slightly warmer tonight. A Atli Dakota in overcast to. Vight a id tuesday possibly showers in or nth portion with tonight Lional temperatures maximum and minimum temperatures As recorded by the official government thermometer from 7 a. In yesterday to 7 a. M. Today maximum 2. Minimum 3 4. At 7 a. In Toda 40 roads Good. Weather and roads Aberdeen temperature at 7 a. In. So maximum 6� minimum 45 Trace of rain roads Good. Sioux Falls temperature at 7 a in. 44 maximum 58 minimum 36 roads Good. Huron temperature at 7 a. In. 39 maximum 60 minimum 36 Trace of rain roads Good. Yankton a temperature at 7 a Rex Are to make five minute Hepting or. Spangler who is Given 16 minutes and or. Ronald who has 20 minutes. Additional eats Are being placed in the City Hall to accommodate the expected attendance. It is planned to use All the available room in putting in the extra chairs. Xxx Omen Are Given a special invitation to attend. The meeting is to Start promptly Ai $ of clock and because of the crowd. Which is sure to attend from indications All arc urged to be in their scats before the hour when the meeting is to Start. Macmillan forces held in Arctic by bad weather spurt a Washington. I. A. Sept. 21�? up a commander Macmillan advised the National geographic society today that his Arctic expedition had been so delayed by bad weather that it i is not As More flags to make an impression than it does in merchants Are making an Especial Effort to present Well groomed windows for the four Day carnival the red letters Days in the history of Chamberlain. Road Crews Are working night and Day in an Effort to put the streets of the City and the Road leading Down through the River Bluffs in first class condition for the heavy traffic that will pour Over them in the next few Days. Dry weather has played havoc with the gravel on the Rig Hill and new gravel is being thrown on the Roadway. Movie men there the Hunt Cromberg camera men and director arc on the scene. Their Headquarters Are maintained at the merchants hotel. Director Adolfi and his assistant will evens spent the greater part of yesterday in consultation with col. Valker commander of the troops from it. Meade who will impersonate general Custer in the reproduction of the historic massacre. Every detail of the big Battle which will be staged three times i j i of. I wednesday thursday and Friday Center which tapers off at both ends. _., was gone Over and today and Tomor Row the troops and the indians will i put in considerable time rehearsing i Tho Maneu vers which w ill i a carried out later in the week. Custer scout Back sunday Jim Moore with Long Grey locks the proverbial Curling my Tach and Goatee stepped off the Milwaukee train. Jim Moore was in new a a Ork on a visit when he saw an. Deadwood. S. D., re it. 21.�? up a Francis Fox five years old was killed and his aunt mrs. Ardis sterner was injured yesterday afternoon when their drive less automobile plunged Over an eight foot embankment. Another lad was uninjured. The Accident occurred when a. O. Sterner the boys Grandfather was cranking the car. The vehicle suddenly lurched Forward and went Over the High Bank turning Over and pinning Francis and his Mother. The boys were playing in the front seat of the car and it is believed threw the automobile into gear. colder at Watertown Watertown s. Sept. 2�? in a killing Frost was general last night in territory contiguous to a water town where the official minimum temperature was 29. Practically All Corn was Quot out of the Way and damage was confined to late Garden truck. To Frost hits Falls when temperature goes to 36 above Sioux Falls. S. A. Sept. 21�?th� first Frost of the season was recorded Here last night by a. In Bechtold. Announcement of the Chamberlain voluntary weather observer with a j Bridge Celebration in a theatrical l Magazine. It brought Back old Mem cont med on ease three i 43 maximum 62 minimum 40 roads probably could not reach the United Rig j f00d# states before oct. To. I Ham minimum temperature of 36 above. The Mercury began to Dop Early sunday morning. Today s baseball american league Detroit. .200 too Philadelphia .010 070 Holloway. Collins and rapier Quinn and Cochran. National league Brooklyn. Ion Ion n a Chicago. 300 too 0 Ehrhardt and Taylor Kaufman j und Hartnett. J Poston. 039 12 Cincinnati. 310 of Benton Kanin and Gibson Good win Benton and Hargrave. Philadelphia. 300 not in itt Brugh. 005 220 Crumpler Couch Decatur Aldridge and Henline. Meadows uld Morrison and Gooch. Ories to him for Jim Moore now Well along in the seventies was a scout with Gen. Terry in the stirring Days a of 1876, when Gen. Custer and his fore of 252 men were wiped out by the Sioux. Or. Moores Home is in Tampa fla., but instead of returning to Tampa when his new a a Ork visit ended he determined to come to Chamberlain and try and renew old acquaintances yesterday or. Moore surrounded by new acquaintances in the lobby of the merchants entertained his auditors with stories of the old Days. When the Missouri was untamed and the Sioux were warlike. Or. Moore As a member of the Terry command a Aal Ted in burying the members of Custer Gallant forces after Gen. Terry and his Relief Force arrived at the scene of the Little big Horn Battle. It was Moore too who played an important part in following the Sioux arid in avenging Tbs death of Custer Aud his Mea. Pigs these Little pigs did no to go to Market but they found a new Home. Or. Wesley Nowatny of White Lake s. D., tells about them a please done to run the want cd any More. Got results the first Day. Sold the 9 sows and 60 pigs and could have sold More. It surely is a wonderful Way of Selling things. A a not every one has 69 sows and pigs to be sold on a single Issue of a want and. But there Are some Farmers Short of feed who want to sell their pigs at a Good Price their pigs at a Good through evening Republican double service want ads. Usa Blank in this Issue. Re David Lawrence Washington d. I sept. 21.�?pres-id�nt Coolidge is up against on of the most embarrassing situations of his Public Carcer on the question of How he shall dispose of Bert m. Haney of Oregon member of the United states shipping Board. The president demanded or. Haney s resignation. Or. Haney refused to resign or. Coolidge cannot remove him except for negligence or failure to perform the duty of his office in Der the Law. And now or. Haney a a gone ahead with his plan to have Admiral Palmer removed As president of the emergency Fleet corporation. Kiva members of the Board Are of the opinion that Admiral Palmer s usefulness is of an end. This is a majority of the Board. Or. Coolidge selected Admiral Palmer. To oust him is to defy till president. Some of the members of the Hoard feel they ought not do this although they realize they Are not responsible to the president under the merchant Marine act. But to Congress. When Admiral Palmer was appointed by the shipping Board he was asked to file his resignation at the Sam time. So the motion to be made now is to accept that resignation. The emergency Fleet corporation is a creature of the shipping Board which in turn is the creature of Congress. To is not a department of the executive Branch it is like the interstate Commerce commission. Hence a big quarrel looms As to the right of Tho president to control the shipping Board by exacting promises from prospective appoint. Or. Coolidge s Telegram to or. Haney disclosed that he expected or. Haney to support Admiral Palmer. The prudent telegraphed a it having come to my attention that you Are proposing to remove Admiral Palmer contrary to the understanding i had with you when i re appointed you. Your resignation from the United states shipping Board is or Haney intended to leave the Board in a few months anyway. He had told the president when re appointed in tune that a mul Dnn to stay beyond next february. But by will not resign under a Cloud of broken promises. Or Haney s viewpoint was made Clear to the president at the time he was re appointed. Close friends of both the president and or. Haney have been trying to Patch up the squabble without. Success. It seems or. Haney told the president he wanted Admiral Palmer removed As he could not support him. The preside no ask Der. Haney to make an Effort to do so. Or. Haney is said to have made no reply but i for. It. Clear that he was making no promises. Friends of the president say the latter was angry when he wrote the Telegram to or. Haney and that he does not recall or. Haney a expression of disapproval of Admiral Palmer but that the president expected or. Haney to change his views. Friends of or. Haney say the president had no right either to exact such a prompts or to infer from what or. Haney raid that he would change his position and there the matter rests. The president is not anxious to develop the controversy anymore thai to appoint a successor to or. Haneef which he can do when Congress reconvenes for he is under no Obliga Tion to Send or. Haney s Ham to the Senate. But before december Many thing can happen. In fact they Are happening. Or. Haney is insistent that Admiral Palmer s resignation be accepts de. He says the Admiral is ruining the american merchant Marine of cutting Down the sailings and also withdrawing ships from service. The Pacific coast ports Are particularly affected. Irrespective of Quot whether Admiral Palmer was acceptable As Ani administrator the sentiment of most of the members of the Board is that no one Man ought to have control of the situation. The president think otherwise he has attempted to Hava the present arrangement by which the emergency Fleet corporation controls operations placed in the Law this Means a tight in Congress. Many of the Pacific coast members of Congress Ere dubious about Tho proposition though senator Jones of Washington is expected to be sponsor of the administrations Bill. The whole shipping question i getting Mer complicated with every Prospect that on How or. Coolidg handles the Haney incident will depend what Success he will have with legislation on a new shipping policy. Code Case Likely to be brought to Issue presently Sioux Falls s. A. Sept. 21 a the actions brought against governor car Gunderson. E. U. Berdahl As Secretary of finance and b. F. Myer a Secretary of agriculture by Thomas it. Kirby pious Falls attorney challenging the constitutionality of the civil administer Tiv code or reorganization Bill passed by the last legislature May be brought to an Issue very soon it was indicated today by the filing of demurrer in circuit cur by the defendants. The filing of the demurrer bring the Caser it a for hearing before a circuit judge As soon As a time can a j agreed upon by the attorneys. The ruling of the judge either judg John t. Medin or judge Herbert b. Rudolph a undoubtedly will be appealed to the supreme court according to attorneys a 11 the matter will be decided finally within a comparatively few months
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