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Manitowoc Herald News (Newspaper) - November 19, 1929, Manitowoc, Wisconsin Weal her % cloudy Generally T Exceeding by 2,500 to 3.000, the Curculation of Any Manitowoc Paper Telephone XXXII 19, 1929 NO. 27 HITS LINES PLEDGE HOOVER AR SECRETARY LOSES BAHLE te Funeral Tomorrow And Will Then Be Taken Back To Home In Iowa Nov. 19. d at the nation was bowed in row today at the of one Ho in the councils of. James William 1(1, of ' diplomatic ill tribute to fallen 1 as an able public of Ideals and his a loyal and much-loved were mado for a te funeral tomorrow in the East m of the White President members the cabinet and other and for the of the body to Cedar Secretary Good's last the end a struggle against blood which set after he had a emergency operation for tho tbe that medical ence could offer fought valiantly his by a to his which ved to him alive long after hope of recovery had been One Fight That He Lost 1*1 have never a fight in my and I nni not going to Mr. Good said to a physician last period of of the more than his and he p. hide his who had kept sickroom the cabinet was notified at and with Hoover hastened to Waller hospital to offer their to Good and ascertain f wishes regarding the Shortly It uas that the services would place tomorrow at the White use and that the body would be placed on board a by a and to the Iowa Stricken Week Ago Good was stricken a week a He called Inet Secretary Ray Wilbur of the interior an ar Commander Joel President Hoover's to his They him at onco to Walter Reed ' ' ' he operation was performed t morning by Colonel William I. a famed army were The appendix a much position than Is normal and on tho left side of the % JAMES W. GOOD A man who had lost a fight and didn't intend to lose this bowed In defeat before death Monday night when that poisoning after an intricate with which to strike the last and telling ATLANTIC COAST SHAKEN Severe Shock Continues For An Hour But No Serious Damage Reported Judge and Defendants In Strike Trial Today Arthur Lindbergh's Baby The T. P. 1929, by King Features I injured In an airline no details confined to the home of his Dwight the injury to Col. it is by a forced is useless to talk to Col. staying on the It he might promise not to do than his share of was not fo France that he would cp t of danger as much as In Wall Street n per rent for ifill tho kind used for stock few lillle the size a baby's not A aall bank closed in and e exchange in into comfort if you Ink of the living ordered to abandon observers haxe allies of lit in the volcano's with underground e last eruption of Mount on 14.) was extremely The was under anaesthetics for nearly an Then began the struggle which ended last night In A general sepsis was which in spite of the efforts of physicians and the patient's spread With Secretary the of the war department upon Patrick J. Hurley of a wIki is to wear Hurley stood high of Good's death spread tho The in adjourned at Members of the heads of and lenders were to express publicly sorrow at his and the in which held Native of Like President Mr. Good was a of having been hArn at Cedar Rapids on September 24, 1SG6. After being graduated from College in his state and the law school of the of Michigan he of In he was elected to his first public city attorney of Cedar Secretary Good first came Into national in 1909 as a member of the House of Representatives in which he served for to of the Uons He retired from Congress in 1021 to return to legal in Chicago emerged troni life when the Hoover presidential campaign began to boom last In the the Kansas erh for His iis secretary of war came as recognition of the part he played in Mr. Hoover's He was married in to Lucy Deacon of They had two James W. and Robert The body will be accompanied fo Iowa by Mrs. her two Secretary General Charles chief of tlic army the Senate ami House and u representative of the president who will bo either a cabinet member or one of his private Leased Nov. 19-Severe earth tremors shook the Atlantic northward from Long Island Sound to Nova Scotia yesterday on of the heaviest earthquake ever lir the New England No loss of life or serious was The which runs southwestward from the Bay of Fundy off Cape Ann under the Atlantic was believed by Prof. Kirtley F. Harvard to have been the source of the Shock Continues Hour The shocks which began at 3:35 p. m. ee vere in two and continued to be reported on the Harvard seismograph for an rattling and doors and swinging light fixtures were noted In scores ot communities in tlie six New tlie Maritime provinces of Canada and la upper York state and New City Itself there slight High Tide Follows Employees 400 feet the ground in the custom tower in felt the sway and mild was evidenced by persons working in the state and buildings in the The highest tide of tho year was f Of the 20n earth in the history of New England since Hie only hiivu been considered severe DISCOMFORT OLD INJURY they flo In the bring If you have to knock them down and them to early witnesses In the trial dt N. of four of the United Textile that was the advice given union Is Judge presiding in the and trial of W. L. and Del Alfred Hoffman and Wes pictured PROTECTED BOOZE RING ROBBED BABY'S BANK TO PLAY STOCK MARKET TO SEEK FATE Fellow Pilot Will Undertake Trip To Find Former U. W. Lost In Arctic Press N. Nov. 19- plates of the shoulder Charles A. Lindbergh dislocated in an airplane mishap at Mexico City last winter were being prepared Rumors that Col. Lindbergh had serious in an wece circulation yesterday when it was learned he had visited the hospital Sunday to have the pictures at the hospital said he told them he had been troubled recently with sharp pains in his right on the advice X-ray of the shoulder which it- dislocated his last 2" at flying Mexico when he landed on one wheel a nlane in he and his Miss Anne were The piano turned over in Miss now Mrs. escaped shaking Mrs A. Zajichek and returned to Milwaukee been the Carl home for the past PREACHER IS DENIED RIGHT OF CITIZENSHIP ANOTHER CHAPTER FINANCES AS RANCH IS TRANSFERRED TO DOHENY HANDS Press Nov. ID- Tho lands of the Tres once the pride of Albert H. former secretary ot Hie today were the property of Edward L. oil An action described as an untangling tlie affairs of the Tres Land resulted in of the at a master's sale of paid for the triet following a an order of the Third losure the sale was to satisfy a mite to the oil man oil 20,-Ht2,S, for at per cent The note covered a mortgage held iiy Signed by Emma wife ot the former interior as vice-president of the Tres Land and Cattle held by was indorsed by It could not be learned just what connection the note boro to the private of nor was it evident why the note was given in broken is In El He is under convic tion for in connection willi his of a loan from That loan was made ill 1021, when Fall was secretary of the Representatives of and Fall who the deal here yesterday pointed out Hie transaction was a mere formality witli view of affairs of the land They reiterated has Fall may have his residence on the and a of the property as long as he s to live OD it. Leased Nov. 19-Preparations for an aerial expedition to go to the aid of Carl lien Arctic aviator and former of Wisconsin student whose wrecked plane was reported seen on the icebound nine days were being mado at today companion Frank Word that the ot plane had been sighted GO from tho fur trading ship whose valuable cargo Eielson and had been removing by there no. fate of tho explorer of the wreck came by from It was presumed traveling along the witli dog teams had piano and had brought word of it fo the A mechanic named Borland was with Eielson when explorer last was heard from Weather Is Bad Conditions for work were reported to he witli a blizzard raging at Dorbrandt and each hud made one trip from tlie Alaska mainland to the and bringing six of the ship's passengers and valuable loads of Another the Russian ice breaker is frozen in not far from the Lost Flyer Is Veteran a veteran air mail pilot of the gained fame when he and George Hubert flew over the uncharted of the Arctic from Point to WIrel 19-liecause he expressed views against war ami tho bearing of arms and said he was unwilling to Rev. pastor of the Russian orthodox church at has been denied citizenship by circuit Judge G. N. Risjord on motion of George N. divisional director of The who has been in the United States since said he was opposed to but that he would be glad to help warring humanity by serving in the Red the court was not New Service By The State Department r Nov. feed and fertilizer division of the stale of and markets has a new of to is tlie giving to tiie boily of or men to nt TO SAIL 1 1 - Press - i are for ihe States on ue ( WIrel Nov. 19-Wisconsin and down hatches today as Winter's first from Counties had equipment in readiness fo prevent a of On Great whore storm warnings were the boats set out on their usual hut with a eye toward the nearest Tho northern part of Wisconsin felt the first effects of tlie storm last A northwest wind huge waves booming and surging against the south shore of Lake Joined with it was a fall of Asharp drop in temperature preluded the Within 2-1 the entire state found the season changed from Indian summer to winter Former Legislator Faces Two Counts Involving Violation of Dry Law With Boy Sheriff Press Leased Nov. 19.-Clinton G. district attorney of Juneau was arrested at his home here by the deputy United States a grand jury indictment charging An two conspiracy violate the federal prohibition I The arrest was made by Ed who served a warrant issued Saturday following tho of the grand The was returned after a long investigation growing out of made in Juneau Nov. 27. 19'-S. As a result ot Wall T. known as the boy of Juneau was on a federal indictment charging conspiracy to the In United States district The sheriff was removed from office last spring by former Governor Fred R. Legislator The indictment against former member of Wisconsin assembly and assistant c ty names Julius Albert and a score of other Juneau county residents as of overt acts are listed in the first One charges Wright Marachowsky on Nov. 1, 192S;. and Price asked Marachowsky to pay him Nov. 23, 192S, The next day the indictment I. ul These charges cover the from Aug. 1, 1927 to Nov. 27. 1928. The second count Is from 1 to Aug. 7, 1929. Among the overt acts listed is allegation that Price went to the homo of a July 24, and asked to buy the farm for witli the understanding that the farm would be used for manufacture of Illicit According to the indictment the terms of an agreement said Price was to receive 50 per cent of the profits realized from tho sale of the Engers was to 25 per cent and Frank Schultz was to get the It Is further alleged that at this meeting it was agreed that if Engers desired to manufacture illegal liquor at another part of the farm Price would protect him in return for 35 per cent of the profits realized from the sale of such if The utmost secrecy was maintained in the and Tit the was the last presented to the grand Early last Price suddenly left here for Cuba after arrest and but returned as he had Price is a native of Juneau arifl war in which he rising from a private to regiment He later worked bis way through the University of and was city attorney of Mansion for two to 1910. Price was first Milwaukee city attorney and from 1914 to he served terms as Juneau county district in the tor transport corps of the army during the World 1\te district attorney was elected to the 192;-! legislature as a republican and reelected years He was defeated for speaker of the in 19;;.". but progressive floor leader in that Price was defeated for state senate In the 192(5 election by Howard and was elected Juneau county district last Price has been active in Spanish-American war being state commander in 1924. It was indicated that bail would be set at that his wife would sign the Nov. 19.-One of the hanks that went under in the stock market So says Mrs. Erna seeking separate She listed her husband's occupations as golf and She said her called upon for more margin by his broker broke into baby's bank and took baby's ROADS AHEAD WITH IMPROVEMENTS President Assured Thai There Will Be No of Projects and Expenditures HEAD TODAY Hutchins Becomes President of U. of Chicago At Age of 30, Fifth School Manitowoc shared the in temperature but there was culy a suggestion of snow during the Protest Soo Line Plan To Abandon Road f Leased Nov. Press Leased Nov. 19-Robert Hutchins became at age of 30, the fifth president of the Inauguration Of this almost boyish young man was made brilliant by the attendance of from colleges and universities not only In the States but in Canada and One twenty-five of them were presidents of tlie schools Is Present Some from the and of ing in the hut none was among them so proud as William J. of Herea for it was his son was being Yale university gave to tho University of. its first president 88 years ago when William Rainey Harper and It Is from Vale that Mr. Hutchins has come to the sent its James Rowland to bring greetings to its former law school More than 2000 special including former Governor Frank were to attend the Comes From Yale President Hutchins was born in January 17, 1899 received his degree Yale university in 1921, his laws degree in 1925. He is married and has one in dean of the Vale law selection as president of the of came as a surprise to the academic in view of his Ho came to at the of the present school succeeding Dr. WISCONSIN FAILS TO SECURE GRANGE MEETING FOR 1930 Lensed Nov. 19-- annual convention of tlie to today after having and ork state for the 19--Railroad who confessed today with President Hoover were in their determination to in maintenance of House statement issued the conference said the railroad had stated that the railways which they represented proceed with full construction and without any reference to recent stock exchange fluctuations; that they would canvass the situation as to further possibilities of and that amongst these particular railways it appeared that the total volume of such construction work already indicated an increase during the next six period The conference lasted for little more than an during Individuals were made hy the railroad Reserve Bankers Called Besides the secretary ies Mellon and Lament and chairman Lewis of the commerce commission attended the Later in the a similar conference was arranged with members of the advisory council of the federal reserve from all sections of the were to lay before president a vivid of credit and hanking Expand Government Building study of the treasury department's announcement of plans for expanding tlie federal building Congress will be asked month Secretary Mellon to an increased of tor governmental bringing the total of authorization for this purpose to The funeral of the late James W. secretary ot will take place at the White House and out of respect for the memory of his President Hoover has deferred until Thursday the conference with representatives of the United States chamber of commerce and business and Industrial The meeting of agricultural spokesmen originally planned for Thursday has been indefinitely IN NAVY LOST AT SHANGHAI Leased Nov. 19. - John of an mate attached to the U S. now in fell overboard last night and died of a fractured Nov. 19.-John V. who last night fell overboard his and was killed at I lie of Mr. and of He was years old and was serving his third term in the V. At stationed on the S. 8. as a of the Blaine high school lure and was a member of the Legion Post and the KIks and Masonic Fraternal LANGLADE HUNTER KILLED BY OWN GUN test against V of Ihe Merrill and was registered today j Xew York was Wisconsin in con j hy a vote of te f Nov. 10.- Fred L. president of Fruit today announced plana a combine calling for the 20.. packing and cold storage plants and 10 of Tha largest fruit plants la western The organization will be known as the Great Lakes and will be capitalized at controlling approximately 90 per cent of the fruit canned in Included la the group will be most of the fruit canning plants from St. Joseph to Traverse organization also will have a working agreement with cooperative fruit canning interests in The project was developed under suggestions outlined by the federal farm and constitutes the first large cooperative program to be in this VOTES CHANGE OF ST NAMES by Ihe Taylor county The railway is a shon line in pait of tho opi rai ed by the Soo line under it Is in a board ion that the discontinuance of would on hundred the will pii k in Willi h year's will lield Louis J. of O national ol Py an vote 1 Nov 19 ot tiis KUn proved were no today that I WIrel Nov. 19~Sumti of best known to 21, town ol of here The of the a as tlie tlie charge Tie left arm names The City council moro 150 01 prefixes In 1 meeting last night Chief one bv boards in the of It now
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