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   Grand Rapids Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - June 28, 1920, Grand Rapids, Wisconsin                             MUDOfHAUHCTHEtEU.M'76 ITWONT K A DtY RHItTH If TOU COEHtATE HEIIE mo." FIFTH YEAR NO. GRAND RAPIDS DAILY TRIBUNE GRAND KAI'HJS, WISCONSIN, MONDAY, JUNE 28 DEMOCRATS OPEN DORA BATTY AND vumuuufi 1 0 Ul L11 ROBT STIBBE MA8RIED 1: PLAN TOPUSJIMGHE KAl' IJKIMIIil.lCAN CO.NClb-ISS FOK OltSTiaiCTlON-CAI.L (I. 0. I'. CONVENTION AN AUCTION SAII, ON WAK San Francisco, June championed as Ihe "Monroe Doctrine of tho World" by Homer Cimimings. temporary chairman ef Ihe Demo- cratic national convention, in his kcy- nulc- address here loday. Of (he peace treaty's defeal in the senate, lie said: "No blacker crime against civilization lias ever soiled the pages of our history." lie characlcrized tho Republican plalform as "reactionary and provin- cial." "Filled with premeditated shin- dors and vague promises, it will he searched in vain for one constructive suggestion for the reformation of the conditions which it criticizes and de- he continued. "A Sword for Mexico" "The oppressed of (he earth wil Hook lo il, in vain. U con- tains no message of hope for Ireland; no word of mercy for Armenia; and it conceals a sword for .Mexico. It is the work of men concerned more with material than wit lilmman ighls. It contains no thought, no pur- pose which can give impulse or thrill to those who love liberty and hope lo make the world a safer and happier place for the average "man." He declared that the time rec- ord of lho democratic, party from Mar. I9K! lo lho outbreak of the world war has to its credit "more effective, con- structive ami remedial legislation than the Republican party had placed upon the statute books in u genera- lion." Praising Ihe uilinimsh-alioit'.s coiir.'e in the war lie said: "We foujht a great war, for a great caii'n we- had a leadership Hint carried America tn greater of honor and po-.v- er and glory than she has ever known before in her entire history." Kccorti "Let no one misunderstand us. These great affairs were carried for- ward under the stimulus of American patriotism, supported by the courage and spirit of our people. All this is freely and gladly acknowledged, but surely the time has come when, be- cause of tho calculated c.rjlicism and premeditated calumnies of the opposi- tion, we are entitled to call attention to the fact Hint all of these things were accomplished under the leader- ship of :i great Democrat and of a Democratic Administration. If the Republican leaders arc not able to rejoice with u.- in this American tri- umph they should have the grace to remain silent, for it does not lie in tho mouths of those who conducted the war lo indulge in the luxury of criticism." [inferring lo congressional investi- by "smelling committees." he said tlir.t. over .SO investigations have been mane, over million dnlhrrs wasted and "Hie lesult has- l.een to prove thiil. il was lho clenncst war over fought in Ihc history of lion." (I. (i. Meet An Auclii'n "The Republican party became >-n lixed in its incorrigible habit of cer.- (Conlinucd on page (i) I.OCAh YOUXC I'KOIM.K IN JACKSON, MICIUCAN A pretty homo wedding place in JuekKon, Michigan, on June 2-1 th when .Miss Dora Malty Std.be, both of this cily, were united! in-marriage :it the home of the bride's i W. jaunt, Mrs. C. T. Sherman. j White peonies and syringas in pro- fusion furnished the homo decorations. I The briile wore a gown of white lace I I over satin and curircd a hou- WHEEIAN VICE- PRESIDENT OF LAWYERS BODY HO. 18 AT C. OF C. TONIGHT TAI.KS ON ASSOClATiON nou> .MKRT AT CHAIN   of tlu> od Saturday aUo.rnoon city gather- tho r.-.vim- iiiing anil splashed.fast and ban. for the First Rational Dunk's swini mlng contvr.l A good doal of walor ialont wasVlisplayed and heal- thy c.'ic'i-ciso promuti.'d. The judges and llmurs for the moot wen- and. Dr. T. M Mills. The Wore, for firsts in the Jtm and I-Gfl foot dashes, now balhliiR suits; 1'oKUjo oilier evcnls, cash prices of ?3 to oach winner. In the junior for the foot (lash Gee won first place. Time -11 Vj seconds. In lho senior class, for the foot ilasli, Klcbi'.rd Arpin won first Time "7 .seconds. Hon sier linished a clcso second and wiis a close contender for first place thru out i be race. In (ho back swim event, for juniors, Har'nld Jlillmeyer won first. Time seconds. In the. back swim for seniors Orval Sdmllx won first. Time seconds In the under water race for jun- iors, Alviu Moore won first in 2-1 seconds. In the Ujulorwnler senior--.clans Orval Seliultz won-a livst. Time 'J-l seconds. In ihc duck chase for juniors Leonard won first, while in the fcnior class Orval Do I'.ulu- copped tho honors. A numln-r of interested watched tho kids and Ibo event one of keen thruoul. SCOUTS ENTERTAIN AT THEIR WEEK-END CAMP .MANY I'ARICNTS GUKS'l'S AT UIKCil LOIMJIi .SUNDAY Th-.' boy Seoul-. out 'in j-ood number.'-, for their week end at Dirch Lodge, about sixteen there for Ihe full time .-.mi DI-MV !or a 'ih'irler period. Troop Knur in yti-.-nglh F. TURBIN UNDERGOES EMERGENCY OPERATION TAKEN TO RIVK.RVIEW HO.Sl'l- TAL SKN'UAV NIGHT l-'i'od Turb'n of Kmjvor and T.nbin's cl.idling store, undcnyenl :m oporn- tinn at about midnight last, night. ?dr. Tin-bin h'.-is been III for !be past. week and to IMS home. ni'fhl when his illness took a mr.ro he WH.- immediately tak- en la Uiverview Hospital whom an cmor.e-cucy operation w.is proanoiuiccd necessary. II is repmleil Mr. Turbin i.i feeli'ifr i's vi loday us be cxpc'.-l- a .speedy ivluni to his lieidlh is Imikcil for. tended. A business meeting was held at p. m., :it which the following olli- cci's were elected: Cole of lonvillo. I- K. Whcelnn of W. N. U. OFFICIALS HERE ji Meyer of Marion. D. Smith of Wuii- paca. lirazeau Talked l-'ollowing the election AJtorney T. al thu reiiuest of Ihc president, addressed' the meeting on "Radicalism" and ihc duties of Ihe to Hie public. He delivered a-very iible and timely address which' was re- ceived by the Wmhcrs present with great ontluisiasnVnnd applause-. His thoro understanding of Hie subject foarlos.-ness in meeting existing conditions had the hearty support of the meeting. In analogy ofAhe great and patriotic services to this country of nich' lawyers as John. Alarshai, Alexander Hamilton, Thomas Jelfer- Patrick Henry, and Abraham Lin- coin he pointed thu duty of the pres- ent tiny lawyers. Uiinquet A six o'clock banquet was served nl the Oraml View Holel. Judge W. of Stevens 1'oinl presided. Up- on call of Judge Owen, W. Collins, a member of the bar and at present cashier of the Har.k of'Arnott, acted as lonslinaster. A short address was made by the newly elected presidenl. Attorney C.oggins of Grand Rap- ids spoke ou the Treaty .making power under the 'Constitution. Conjjrossi'.ian-K. U. lirowne of'Wau- paea spoke on lho early practitioners of his circuit. Attorney Geo. D. Nelson of Stevens Point made a pleasing ad- dress on E. P. Ki- lecn, ex-senator from Wautoma, gave a very interesting and entertaining explanation o f why there "Ai'e No Lawyei's in Itell'-'.- Miiny Attend About one luiudrcd lawyers and their wives sat down at: the banquet tables. Those who attended from this city were: Attorney, and Mrs.'T. W. HraKcau, Attorney and Mrs. Hugh and Mrs. W. ,1: Conv.-ay, Attorney and Mrs. W. Cal- kins, Attorney and Jlrs. Cfiarlcs K. Uricro, Attorney P.. R. Clog-gins and Miss Kalh'arine (loggins, Attorucvs lj. JI. Vaughan, W. E. Whcelan and John Roberts. The leading feature of ll-.c banqtiol consisted of vocal .and instrumental A boat ride on Hie Chain o' All Ihc local delegation motor- ed over iiml enjoyed :i very delightful time, as well as nUcndinj; a very suc- cessful meeting. SCHOOL BOARDS WILL MEET ON JULY SIXTH ANXUAl, MKliTINK- AIIKAI) ONM? DAY RIUNT 01- 1--OUKTH. MOVED ON AC- ,-ind Sunday. (.In of II'.. o io The bays avriv.-d !u.; day Robert Morris, county superinten- dent of schools, lias that the annual meeting of the district school board thru out Wood countv will he hold on July (Hh. Tb'.s au- nK-.'tir.ir would have fallen on July but because of thu f.-i.-l ll'.-xt nearly everyone wil! he ce- '1 of lebraiini: the Fc.urlh on that day the 'r Pal- bjcu postponed ii day. ers ;it .V annual -ill regular .ip -or! i J. an Omaha and I'hidli. 'IVxi1.'. v.-ere the T'-ibune They are I'fiii-i.-il.; in Ihe K; v which v.-.-l: !o Hie die -L- of Will Xa.il Co. of feat-1 ihc are the etc. busiaer.s will come up am! new business sucli as for Ihe he K. is possible that will be raised in on. TO ATTKM) CONVKNT10N At'orney A. J. Crown.: of j K. i'oniamville. A. Lambert, anil i_______________ Schwohko, will leave 'i'liurs-i PAINT HALL day by mil" for Chicago where Ihryj Wo-.km-in 1-ive b'-'n will allond Niiliwai Klks' i (h- fro volition sci-.'eduled In open Ihcio on reof City Hall. 'I'll.' v.-: I GRAND RAPIDS AND RUDOLPH FORESTERS GRAB BACON SUNDAY WIN IJIH ATTKMUXCK. CLASS OK 6li CON- VENTION' .MAY COJIE NEXT YKAK. EIGHTEEN WILL HAVE FLOATS IN JULY 5 PARADE .Sunday was a gala day for the Catholic Order of Foresters who gathered from this 'dbiriet at tlion City. About people wove present at the .picnic, which was held on tho public school grounds. Thos. Hlciimon, high chief ranger of Chica- go, was present ami delivered a very interesting address.. The stale of- ficers were also present and a class of sixty-six candidates war. initialed and given Hie adjunct degree. Al. one o'clock there was a parade thru the main streets of Ihe cily. About 500 Foresters were in line, headed by the Marathon City Hand and state ofiicors. The firnnd Rapids Court No. .100 carried the first prize for having the largest number in line coining from the greatest distance. The prize consisted of two bears and a lovely ponant, (waring the insignia of (he order and a picture of the Marathon City Catholic Church'. Herman Smith will make a cage for the bears and they will be kept in (he local lodge hall and Ihe ponant hung on the walls. One bear is named O'Brien, after the stale chief ranger. Tin! other answers to Mani after Emery Manigold, stale er.' _ There were Foresters from here in Hie parade. The' local court de- manded that the next convention be hold here and have good prospects and n promise. The won 'second place in bringing the largest delega- tion the next farthest: Dr.. F. Pomainvillc made two speeches of acceptance of thcprizos, for Grand Uapids and -one for Rudolph. One banquet was served at noon and the other in the evening. The. local delegation sny that the Marathon citizens were extremely hospital and handled the immense crowd in line manner. The band was rood and not stingy with their music. The complete program was as fol- lows: (o n. m. Low Mass. Solemn High Mass. 11 to 12 Concert at school park. 32MB Parade. Initiation at school house, by stjite court degree loam. to Millitary Band. to hall. p. ni. Literary program. Concert' by Cone's Supper at church JENSEN ANDERSON MOVING STOCK AND CARS TONEW HOME _ LOCAL GARAGE MEN OPEN THEIU NEW llOAlij FOR CARS tll> Jensen Anderson distributors for lho Ford cars and the Fordson lors are moving their slock, parts and ollioc fixtures to llieir new garage on Fourth Avenue North. 11 will take the concern several days to complete Ihe moving but hope to havu their open- ing about Saturday. building on Grand Avenue now occupied by the Kord people belongs to them and will be torn down soon. The 'automobile men purchased the building from the Bank of Grand Kap- ids. owners of the property, about a year ajro. BREAKS STEERING GEER; SMASHES A LAMP POST KAUNKST SCHIH7, HAS ACCI- DENT IX l-'liONT OK CITY HALL fifth, when they arc due I.' put. on stunt representing the local lodge. I time next, v.-o.-l; and paint put on. I5IP.I.I-: MI-WING liev. of the tills! city. Kri'urd.-vv from Jeffers. Minn.. lie tided a special bible lie reports a successful meeting and the addilion of ninny new Today there is n nice hoxlikc ai rangemoul with a big "Danger" sic it front of the city It migl easily-pass for n bomb exhib'l. bu reality it scorns that it. is mercl the base of -i lamp post, boxed in protect tile public from the live en; of the electric Sunday evening Earnest Sehu was ilrivins down the street wiiii b car r.ud the ra-jcring gear lirok'. a result Hi: car wavered about i tn-d fir-ally ended up by rammii the lamp post. No charge of speeding or rookie driving has been made and as f As can be (blcrmined .Scliulx w; not (o blame for the! accident. As bi "WHEN TO SHOOT EM OFF INQUISITIVE REPORTER so.Mirrmxc; FOI: TIIK KIDS WHO I-'UJK OFF CKACK- IMM I'STICl.tl, AM: TO it THI: K ItlC wVlTliK OK h I In I hi lions I'l Jt'l.V IvVI'lIltS SOCCIir. One of Ihc most interesting homo Ill-actions and probably tho most feature of the celebration lore, on July will IK; rial and Moral parado at 10 o'clock he morning. Local business iscs and manufacturing plants will nl .lloats in tho parade and it is ex- pected all organizations will march as well. The following are the business linusou with lloats in lho parade: Kellogg Uros. Lumber Co. Johnson Hill Co. I. K. Wlleox. Steinberg Stylo Shop. William Schlll Motor Co. liajjan Auto Sales. Nash Hardware Co. Muntington Garage. Jensen i- Anderson. l.ehlholdt fc dalles. Ulsorsldo Garage. lObscn the Florist. Kd. Garbor. Daly Ice and Coal Co. Grand llapids Tribune. Daly M'usie Co. Molt Wood. .MacKinnon Manufacturing Co. Ahdawagani Paper Products Co. Consolidated Water Power Pap- or Co. Bncrger Cash Grocery. Wnnl. More Moiits. Mycr Frldslcin, chairman of the parade committee, has requested-nil people wishing to put floats in the parade to communicate with him. There arc about lifleen others who are expected lo enter the parade. Prizes will be awarded to the en- trant, for Ihe best .industrial float also for the best decorative float. Aflei- riiicngn .Attractions. Walter Wood and James Wyse, members of the committee have'gone to Chicago to sign up vaudeville at- tractions for the celebration. Some good talent will be lined up for the afternoon program. SLIGHT TEMPERATURE CHANGES PREDICTED MERCURY RKACIIKI) 91 YESTKE- DAY; UNSETTLED WEATHKU IN SIGHT Indications show fair weather, fol- lowed by unsettled weather with' pos- sible showers, reports G.eo. T. Nixon. Not much change in temperature i? reported, except a probable tendency towards slightly cooler weather. He reports that showers have con- tinued in the Dakotas, Minnesota, Kansas, Nebraska and thruoul Wis- consin. It is colder in the far wcst. The highest temperature yesterday was 9-i and the lowest, OS, a' range o'f 25 degrees within the 2-1 hours. On the same date last year the highest war. 77 and the lowest 52. FIREWORKS FOR BIG CELEBRATION HERE DIG BOXKS AKKIVB I5Y EXJ'UKSS TONIGHT The lire works for the big celebra- tion in Grand Rapids on July fifth have been received here today com- ing from an Iowa by ex- press. A committee to lake charge of the fireworks display which wii! be given about on Monday nigh will be appointed at the mcctint; of Cuv.merv the general celebration eommittci which will bo held at the city 1ml this evening. Members of the commiti.ee are re quested to attend tha thii evening to perfect plans for the e C.MiaS IcbrnUoii. I he will be held storage packed. 40 'Ac Vo' lust, befnrp Just before the meive meeting. Chamber of Con LICENSED TO V.'KI) Louis Invin. New Rome, and Glodgo. Xckoosii. Kay K. Anderson and Lcla Strong, both of Marshfield. Alice! Mae The Tribune Inquisitive Koportor is wondering today whether the ils should shoot off tired-ackers bo- re lho Fourth ami Fifth of. July and not knowing asked some 'of the local people about the matter and hero is what they had to say: Albert Arndl: "The L. Wyman Co. from whom 1 bought my Fourth of July supplies slated Ihey were not selling any crackers for this year. 1 believe there is a law prohibiting the sale of lire crackers." _ W. Coll'ee of the Model Drug Kloi-e: "We sell lire crackers ami i know it has always been customary for children to shoot them whenever they choose. They are usually placed s.-dc about weeks previous lo Ihe l-'ourth." Joe Wheir, People's Cash Carry Store: "Sure thing, let's go lo it." Chief It. S. Payne; "There is noth- ing in the law preventing any one shooting- off lire crackers under tin present law. The sale of toy pistols toy revolvers and toy fn-o arms N prohibited at all times. It is against the law to shoot lire crackers, torpe- does, bombs or oilier fire works, pis tols cannons and explosive canes with- in two hundred feet of a neighboring building. Rockets and Neman.' candles within live hundred feet of a neigh- boring building. No lire balloons shall he used under any circumstances. Mu- nicipal celebration-; should he held in parks or other places away from buildings, whose shingle roofs are over ready .to spread and catch, fires." -W.-H.' Cietts, Justice of the Peace: "When I was a child we did not have of today and did not realize the danger of fire crackers and other explosive toys and. children should be taught to know when and how to use them." GIBSON AND DELEGATES GO TO LEGION MEETING AT GREENBAY MONDAY STATE CONVENTION OP AMERI- CAN LEGION STAilTS TOMOR- ROW M. Gibson, state adjutant of the American Legion, accompani- ed by Mrs: Nellie- .Dolan as offical stenographer arid Miss Ethel Barnes- loft for Green Hay today 'to attend the state convention of the Wiscon- sin, branch of the American Legion. Earl.Nclten of Turtle Lake will act assistant adjutant Frank Noel, Chester Severance, and Frank Lynn will attend the con- vention as delegates from the Charl- es liagerstrom Post. No. 9. '.Tames Knapp, one of the regular delegates was unable to go and his place was laken by Chester Severance one of the alternates.' All service men who desire to at- tend the convention can secure one and one-third fare on a round trip ticket by applying to the proper au- thorities. A large crowd is expected :it Green Bay, but- the post there as- service men tint there will be provisions de for .all who come nil no one shall sillier from lack of hole! accommodations. I1'. Pomainvillc will motor over this evening and quite a number of other service men expect to drop oval- for a day at least. The list ot amusements is large and includes everything from dancing to a big boxing match. A mammoth parade, wh ch it is said will be the largest of ex-service men ever xren in the, state, will bo a feature if the program. MARKETREPORTS Associated 1'ross) butter bighcr. to 5G Vi c steady. Receipts M.-UO cases. c to Ordinary firsts..........Sic to 3Cc At mark, cases included. to 3Sc Storage packed, extras 1'ofaloes dull. D-jceipis 100 cars Southern Triumphs. to per slock, bbl lo ?12.50 l-'innk Whitman. Ninth St. S., rv. turned from n pleasure trip al St. 1'nul and Merrill. LOCAL PEOPLE PLAN ACTION FORBEARING TO ATTKXK MICKTIXCi TO II V IX MJIIT TO (JKT itoLTi: IH The mooting of (be Chambor of' Commerce toiilKht at tin, council c chambers in the city hall will prob. ably be one of the most important' hold in HOIIIO time as the matter of Home IS which has been pending will be discussed and plans laid for Hie appeal of the, Grand Kaplds pco- pie to the commission at the hearing in Slovens Point tomorrow after- Ijt Spc.-ikei-s. Speakers will bo lined up for the conference and men will be delegat- ed to do the talking before tho com- nlsslon and tho legislative conimit- oe. Other Important matters will 10 discussed at this meeting. From Slovens I'nint. Tho following Items were clipped from the SlovoiiB Point Journal which appeared Saturday under .the cap- tion: "To tako 18 from Marslifioid as well as us." It reads: "Stevens Point people see no re- course except to fight it out with '.iranil Kaplds at the hearing hern on the and to continue, the fight' just as long thereafter as may bo' necessary.: Local people will'hover consent to the removal of the south--; sent .and northwest road from Stov- Point, and should they lose at.the the political pull of Gramf Uaplrta, they will reopen the question as often nil may be. necessary to.sctth; "How Kwl." "Grand Rapids .agents have been working at Waiiptica in tiio ihtefest i- o-f old 18 and are said to have'skc-K ceeded In dividing senllmcnt which would naturally be more fav-S onibie to- the present 18. A roulc.through Pleasant -.Valley aiso bi-. a" big .trade.getter for well as Stevens Point, anil- Wnupaca would favor..: in spitc..or.' anylhing Grand may. do 'tije najority sentiment at Waiinitca-is'ii believed to be for the pleasant drive between Waupacalahd; Stevens Point.with a: number lages between where and .lunches may be: obtained. "Nclsohville. lola and point inthatJv neighborhood are served ent'road andwoul lose'u'ndcr 'a new road.' "Ole Anderson, county.. clqrk-" o'fV' Clark county, who was here Frid.ijv" said that Neillsviile people; ed the route .to Alarshfield and tbV; Stevens Point and did not detour via Grand Rapids when "Marshfiold bar, not been heard': from, but is expected to be with Stcv- ens Point. Marshfickl shabbily; treated by Grand 'iJapids.on tbo road question. 18 being taken within two miles oC.Marshlield ahrt-: then turned west in spite of field's proiesfs. The Grand :Rnpid3 peojile are held responsible for.thaC "Amlierst "Inquiries made by tiiq Journal at Amlierst among business ige men and farmers revealed b'pln- ion so far as it could bo obtained to- be practically solid iu favor of con- .inning; the.pgcscnt route which cros- ses the entire length of the -Main street of tho village. CIRCUIT COURT JULY 12 Judge A. H. Keiil will presiilc at cir- cuit court here Monday, July 12th. Judge 13. 13, 1'ark will go to Wausau that week. Among the other things coming up at this session of court will be a case involving the rights of ollicers Of the city of Jlarshlicld to hold office, the charge having been made that .they have been guilty of violating the cor- rupt practice acts. Miss Margaret White left this mor- ning for Alamosa. Calorado, where she will spend the summer with her bf'lh- er, Wm. J. White. THE WKATHIiR Generally fair in south probably showers in north portion "tonight nnd Tuesday. Not much 4 change in temperature,   

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