Daily Globe (Newspaper) - April 16, 1926, Ironwood, Michigan WHEN A MAN SINGS HIS OWN PRAISE HE IN- VARIABLY GETS THE TUNE TOO IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE DOCTORS ASSIST TURK WHEN MEN TRY TO ESCAPE THE DEBT VOLUME 7, NUMBER 125. ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE NEWS SERVICE Marches Columns of Figures Before Board But They Ask for RENEW FIGHT NEXT WEEK BULLETIN April Chaeka aggregating representing payment to tha counties of their ehare of the weight tax were out by the highway depart Wayne county re- Kent Ba- ta geoic Houghton Marquette April Tim light to highway committee in hoard in. o called a or n-d tho liv and accounting FRIDAY APRIL 16, 1926. 14 PAGES SINGLE COPY 5 Ocean Hopper Captain Rone French avla plans a flight from New York to lie will fly In a. cabin piano designed hy the Rus slan who designed tho Yorktown of tlic Tho inn n columns of In an t Ins that fund is that will 000 nr more for construction this the tM fur alio It 100 milt'S Of In tu contracts out f 111 it no one POLICE OFFICER IS Larson is Charged with Theft of Rug from Aurora Street In a warrant with and police was bound ID but If the mem be i uf the could not i over to circuit court for trial by a I bulk of of tho amp matter tho legislature it would lake months to Plan Counter 1'iirllior In for Charles of supported by H. ot public Frank to tho administration to foments by Kmnk to the and tho public time JIRO relative to finances und tho amount of work under in an effort to break down tion Tho will figures members point out that tho aro for What they want to t Is how much money will be fnr new construction during tho current calendar Tho marshalled the gov covered cash Landers before Judge A. Trethewey late yesterday after ho waived preliminary examination and hud given a statement to the A ball bond for his release was provided and Larson Is at liberty pending his arraignment in circuit Kd who drove tho bile in which the police officer is to have taken a Wilton rug from the H. furniture store on Aurora was released on son's own The rug was found In the garage In tho rear of Larson's according to the Makes The arrest was made by Isaac director ot son by Officer Dave when ho out of the Selin The theft is alleged to have occurred about o'clock Thursday Larson Is said to have the door of the establishment and loaded the rug Into the Ekstrom said ho had no hesitancy in responding to request for the aid owed the the ot tlle inasmuch as Larson was a police wag estimated cost of outstanding the amount spent on them thus tho amount flue on them and to various Shows Cash tho presented ed tho treasurer has a cash uf 9-16 credited tn the hiatus Federal aid money due fiom whon projects now const ruction are ed totals In addition Is of money that can In- by tho state virtually ns eoon a-i It can bo matched with state on now to tho Of tho of tho may set from the if rill conditions arc met. not moro than will he ed by tho ond of the fiscal year In it Part of tho string until into next or Thus it said it j impossible to determine just what siii ro of tho total could be as i quirk this but It was 1 as much as possible V ill bo Tho tot nid in sight and on amounted to In column presented by the was listed ah f to complete contracts it is 011- the amount It will to complete loads hoing by Ihc state prison labor Tho ot those is Larson came out of the store that he was seen hy another police The door was left open by the and in the course of their n police officers learned of it and notified the He asked them to temporarily barricade the door for tho Larson tendered his resignation On 23. Larson and ono other police officer and several firemen were released from service by City Manager W. M. Later Waa Larson was reinstated when he plied for his position under the men's act which provides that ex-service men cannot be a municipal office without having been given a proper hearing and out charges having been preferred against The city manager chose not to publicly bring charges against SEES 115 OF Act decided to call Prof. A. America in His Recent a April Americans are by mere external together ho und tiny fated to be but whether our worked of tho nicht carper be a great achievement tho Injures n great depends upon commute Tho members who wort cut of our development of a says Prof. Alexander of the hy wire University of in a ind all wore present except State published this month by Throughout tho that tho tho of tho Intimated thc Library After 1- years ns president of Amherst col- resident alma mater. in was by President urei he was in Mexico and in Vrank to takf rot their ind to trillion of the tho I the chair of Wisconsin in human said Prof. North Western Supervis i n g Heads Confer Here day on Ore START NEW DOCK IN 1927 BULLETIN April Tha frozen barrier that hat failed to budge from tha western and of Lake Superior in spite of fairly strong winds within the patt two Thursday lat under a heavy west wind and by thia morning waa estimated vto be eight miles from tion opened April 14 last yaar but no boats ara expected to try to make the head of the lakes for woek at are the North Western railroad will move at least the same of ore to the company's docks at Ashland in 192U as was hauled in it waa announced liere day at a meeting of railroad official by J. N. the road's Ashland dock In 1925 the company moved tons to the dock at Ashland from range mines and shipped all Look For Good While mining officials are still un- able to forecast accurately the lage will be taken from gebic range stock piles and mines this Indications it was that as much ore will be shipped as ast year and it Is possible the ments may even be Last year the first boat was loaded the North Western at und on April one year ago and today finds the ice rom to 20 Inches thick in the Ashland presaging the earliest possible open this year some time luring the last part of this The chief difficulty in the opening ol this year is the In the joo river and from there to the straits the formation is still from 21 o 30 Inches in The Ashland are ully prepared for the opening of the re shipping said Mr. Approximately was pent in repairing the docks during he A new top was lolling stock is ready to respond to he call to haul ore trains to Ashland n a moment's 53 Attend Delay in the opening of the season or navigation not mean that ess ore will be it waa ex- Although April shipments may be far less than in 1925, this de- clt for the month will be made up uring the summer yesterday's attended by 3 most of whom were em- loyed on the Ashland en- was made by S. F. of assistant freight c that the company may rect a new steel and concrete ock at Ashland to replace the nt probably beginning the next Meetings were held in the private ar of John of on and at noon pr was served at the Elks club where le meeting was J. C Vutson led the railroad men in com- singing and then delighted lem with three Later he re- ted Ins address on Shove delivered an address on fety applying his remarks to Frank general claim agent with headquarters in Chicago urged the railroad men to greater forts in safety Praise Carter's Supt. Leppla presided as chairman tho meeting and during the course of the afternoon he called on a ber of visiting and local railroad Attending tho dinner was William watchman on Suffolk street whose work was lauded by both Mr. COUNTY SHERIFFS CAN NOT SEEK THIRD TERM Supreme Court Rules Against Kent April tion adopted by the 1925 legislature initiating a proposed amendment to the constitution to permit sheriffs to hold office more than two tive does not entitle sheriffs now their second term to be candidates for re-election this the state supreme court ruled yesterday The proposed amendment will be voted upon in the next November election until It is no sheriff is eligible to be a candidate for a third consecutive The ruling was made when the court denied William L. Kent county a writ to compel the county clerk to place his name on the ballots this Wenter and Mr. Mr. Carter responded briefly when called upon for a few Other officials at yesterday's ing were J. S. Eva of Ashland and J. T. of train F. B. of master Sam Golatz of of W. B. of assistant super- and Thomas Carney of general WEATHER MAN PLAYS MORE APRIL PRANKS Gives New York Taste of Summer in has been playing another of her wayward pranks on the than I Apparently with every kind of At tho conclusion of tho session he en- I moro terrible to have tho ot that a man or group of mon at ncr she gave t'i finance j ha vo which they do know staje New Yorkers taste of Krid iy morning hut the to should masters of asked the next meeting which they cannot today that is upon us wha nro for am certain that America has not achieved a but I am most as sure that she has one in the Refers to put over until next URGE TO SEEK SENATE SEAT April abion of members ot the legislature V senator and brother ot bert M. to become B for States senator It uns after- La while re- f a definite answer To illustrate his of American Prof. Meiklejohn attempts u of the late a definition In relation to current Ro- discussion which has In it the est possibilities for good and for fie refers to the fight about evolution anil religious That controversy may also ho as the occasion for our taking the next ster in the dld not which of our intelligence as a. was headed by Paul O. Ho says that when men are much en- ally alive are never free from He would not he 30, just such whether years the be or or the the mum for until months of he of tor on page midwinter conditions and at the same time brought midsummer to the northern The extreme range of mercury readings Thursday was 86 with low point eight above at N. up near the Canadian and the high mark of 94 above at Ore. The ing at S. was 91 de- the evening up process Low temperatures on the east began slowly rising day a rise was in for the central while the abnormally high marks of the central northwest will give way to more moderate FRANC SLIPS AGAIN April the second day m the French franc went to a new low The official bourse closing quotation was 29.73 to the dollar and 144.50 to the pound Polar is Lost in Air and Lands Near April ng been lost in the fog ter part of 17 hours Thursday on e voyage from the big polar dirigible Norge is housed in the 29 miles from It will remain about two weeks be- fore resuming Its flight to whence it will start for the arc- The ship left Rome last When It failed appear at early a squadron of Soviet flew out continually in an endeavor to find it. The futility of efforts to establish radio ion with the Norge and the conditions caused some anxiety for her At one ime the airship was far out oE her course over the Baltic weather was fine when we from Oslo at o'clock Thursday said one of the members of the soon a dense fog gathered over the ains between Norway and sunrise a dense fog surrounded It was Impossible to discern where we actually We mistook ome land we observed for Finland and directed our course ward In to the ult of While going abou 7 miles an hour at o'clock In he afternoon we perceived a railway tatlon and brought down the o about 300 feet to observe th ame of It. To our astonishment 1 roved a frontier station Esthonia and from we followed the railroad track nd arrived safely at when ith the aid of 800 Red soldiers the forge was brought down in the ess and The ship arrived at at p. m. leader of the ex Lincoln Ellsworth New are now on th way to Kings High Church Men Appeal to Congress to Stand by stead Madison Attorney Charges They are Biased in Pre- sent April nation of two members of the son police and fire commission was demanded today by Fred M. Madison who charged they could not conduct an unbiased inquiry into charges made by Rudolph convicted against bers of the police Dr. Edward H. and R. N. are the two members of the commission whose is sought by Mr. one the attorneys who ed Jessner at his recent trial for ing Patrolman Palmer The request was made in a letter day to the Jessner charged during his trial that resulted in his conviction and sentence to life that his bootlegging operations in son's had been by Madison also requested today that affiliated with tho Ku Klux former Klansmen or who have Klan be Several patrolmen testified at trial that they formerly were members of the Mistakes When you see your don't keep looking at start right in .to overcome their bad Discover your own errors be- fore they are seen Make correction quick and Lose no time in getting from the wrong basis to a right You can learn more from your mistakes than from any other cannot to failure when you snatch victory from If you haven't been following The Globe's Classified Ads turn yesterday's fault to today's MORALS LOWERING BULLETIN April State department arc considering proposing new treaty with Great April 16. High men of many denominations today in an appeal to Congress to stand by the Volstead act. one voice they informed thi Senate prohibition committee tha conditions have Improved under thi dry that any modification court the return of saloons dominated by the whiskey and that such evils as have arisen under the present dry regime will disappear once is given a fair chance under effective Federal Council The federal council of churches of Christ in In which 28 communions hold membership opened the drive of the while spokesmen for other bodies Wayne Wheeler of the Saloon and a representative of the Women's W. C. T. sat at the committee table ready to follow up the In a statement read by Dr. William J. Haven of the American Bible the council of churches denied that prohibition was adopted hastily at the behest of a puritanical the evils of the dry era are far less menacing than those of tho old wet and pleaded that the Volstead act be given a chance to demonstrate its Several other witnesses brought be- fore the committee by the contradicted directly and emphatically he testimony as to present conditions riven the committee during the past ten days by the Hammering be table with his Dr. Lee W. Beatty of New superintendent of the Madison Square liquor making was so small a actor In the tenements of New York hat during a round of calls on 94 he had only once caught a whiff of home Deny Lowering Others presented to the committee statistics from Ohio and other lections of the country in denial of he that Illicit distilling and are lowering the morals of he American One of the lady witnesses called by the federal council was Mrs. Helen H. a member of the city cil of Sha declared and suffering had decreased under and un- der cross examination of Senator the wet prosecutor of the she in- that the only acceptable change In the Volstead act would be an amendment putting more teeth Into the Dr. Haven Emerson of Columbia un- Commissioners Cut Raise Others presented an official report of the New York city health 3 PAY PENALTY FOR MURDER IN ILLINOIS Two Die in Frick is April mond Costeilo and Charles Negro stranglers of were hanged together here at clock thin Costeilo calmly smoked a ette while the straps wore being adjusted to pinion his limbs and relinquished It reluctantly only when the white hood was placed over his The prayed Incessantly while the shroud and hood were being adjusted and until the double trap was Costeilo was convicted for at- tacking and strangling 18-year- old Madeline He pleaded not guilty and reiterated his statement Hobbs admitted he strangled his on page Vote in Special sion to Wage War on Bo- vine April Cattle testing go on in Wisconsin and farmers will continue to receive In- for their condemned The in special sion replenished the fund depleted by heavy ments In the emergency testing to eradicate bovine tuberculosis In the area which supplies Chicago with The appropriation of recommended by Gov. was passed by both houses and signed by the governor almost within ten hours of the convening of the special Final was delayed un- til today to permit the clerks to com- plete their Passage In both houses waa the vote In tho being 86 to and In the 32 to 0. Efforts to Increase the maximum In- for grade cows from to 160 per head and to appropriate 000 instead of were The former sponsored by John C. and Assemblyman Anton was ruled out of order in and the proposed Senator was rejected In he 25 to 7, Senator Schuman argued that tho stipulated in the governor's all would not be sufficient to pay the in the future te 1SOO, with a decline to 6.7 per in 1925. Another chart from the same source showed a sharp decrease in deaths from disease from 1918 to 1921 and a further decrease from 1922 to 1925. Next came a chart on tuberculosis It showed a. sharp drop 1918 to 1919, und a steady downward trend from 1920 to 1925. Notes don't say that alcohol causes Dr. Emerson but added that improved economic tions among the people under had contributed to de- lator I the wan canvassed the A chart showing alcoholic deaths at hospital In New Fork City was placed In the It showed 223 yearly from 1910 to 1914; a drop to 26.5 yearly In 1921-1922; and a rise to 250 in 1925. SMS One Man is Badly Timber Destroyed on Missouri St. April crop of spring prairie and orest fires caused one death and much property damage In the west In one man was critically Minnesota and South Dakota had North and South had scores of prairie many of which continued to burn out the all reported under con- The death occurred near Emily where Mike was overcome while fires near his leart He died of At N. S. A. was seriously burned in a prairie Robert 56, was ed seriously while fighting a. lire near Rice Lake township and was taken o a. Duluth A dozen forest fires had burned r more than acres in Crow Cass and Morrison counties in Buildings in this area included one chool half a dozen omes and many barns and At least eight counties in South ota sent volunteer crews out to le prairie In Campbell the agricultural committee of the assembly and the joint finance committee of the all of whom agreed upon the The proposals to increase the in- limits were ruled out under an opinion by Atty. Gen. Ekern that they could not be considered under the limitations of the governor's Gov. retained control of the assembly by a narrow margin when George A. was elected speaker to succeed Judge man W. Nelson was elected after prolonged In which regular Republicans and progressives first voted for William and then the Republicans voting for Charles B. candidate for the gubernatorial Resolutions adopted In both houses limited the considered In the special session to the cattle testing The hearing on the appropriation before the joint committee of finance developed into a heated sion with the appearance of H. of Brown In op- position to the present system of Editor who eaid he was an editor and was cautioned by members of the committee several times when he made statements about John D. er of and others ed with the test. Commissioner the first of several speakers in favor of the asserted he believed the would be sufficient to meet I e payments already accruing cost of one half of the cost of all the cost of trunk line sewers and the perty owner pays all the cost of eral Mr. the city m- on th others which will be necessary befon July 1 when an will be available from state and al The beneficial results accruing to e dairymen and the state from the tuberculin test was to the by several farmers who followed Mr. They Included A. J. editor of Charles former state senator and of the Wisconsin Charles T. Hugh D. J. assemblyman from secretary of the waukee and Dr. J. V. of the kee health Commissioner Jones admitted that the test is not 100 per cent efficient but ia as near 100 per cent as the skill of the anything better Is we will adopt he has shown that per cent of those City Clerk and Health Officer Get Increases of to PUBLIC HEARING THURSDAY Several changes la proposed city some of which resulted la salaries of city employes were mudo by the city com- mission afternoon mid read Into the budget at tho public at the Memorial last n' The salary of Leo was Increased from per annum and that of Dr. Louis city health from to per From a salary of per tho pny of the draftsman In the office of city en- gineer was reduced to per month and the salary of the Ing and wiring was cut to n Treasurer la Cut Mrs. Mario city and 1'olliirl, secretary to the city also had their Mrs. Smooth received a year and hereafter will be paid who is alno ng will be pa 14 a. year instead of An item of for advisory in the budget for tho city attorney's was en from tho Added the em- ployes in the division of health is n time veterinarian whoso dudes will be to Inspect HP will be paid a Hillary of a month for An Item of for transportation of the social service worker out out of tho of an propriation of for si police patrol he voted to make It figure of for a nnw the police The commission altered figures for anif deciding hat should be spent for n. new booth when the voting pre- of the city are No change In the figure of for Improvements at the Street Repair Figura Doubt was expressed by the manager lust night that Hem of would bo sufficient for repairs and Improvements nnd he said he thought the figure would reach A new automobile will be purch Red for tho and gap it was ench de- being charged with the amount Involved In chase Is Two new trucks will also be Aurora street and a short stretch on North Curry will be paved this year but sidewalk and sewer will fce made In petition of owners of abutting During the course of the Manager took occasion lo ex- plain the error of a rumor which he said was current in tho city during the The question to his salary which is per annum and which in various places as being It erroneously ho he received a salary of as pity manager end city purchasing The purchasing agent he explained was Mr. who received the per annum and that city manager drew only his own salary of When Mr. Rich had completed his explanation of the proposed Iv outlined his own recommendations each item that was by tho city commission was enumerated by him as he went His ation required more than an hour and the who en me to hear lis listened When ho had Mayor Patrick for and suggestions from the declaring the ng WHS In their hands and that It was their R. A. Heidemann was tho to respond to the opportunity to Mr. part of the cost of building of and sewers is borne by the city whut part does tho property owner Sawar Mr. city all the a grass fire miles reacting to the disease were THE ide traversed a path of ong during the 40 UPPER Cloudy and colder Saturday generally strong winds decreasing by Generally fair night and cooler tonight and In extreme portion rising temperature Saturday In Northwest LAKE Fresh to strong northwest shifting to north and generally fair tonight and for miles i which is as near perfect as you can noun at 12 o'clock in the minimum for the St.