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   Waukesha Daily Freeman (Newspaper) - May 25, 1925, Waukesha, Wisconsin                               THOTTKm-IM' IW i J I '-I..'. i I I' Ad Jap Prtntlig EdltotUl, BlipUy AuT'llilPS 804 vrisnoxsix JUbi, with 111 llmlifil iiin'l Siifidnj .1 iniic'hi jctiJM if It lilt if. J I'lfenijAfiilnri-i iiinr: freHJi if if. Wii gtijey. VOL. NO. 173 "iSUCCrcrcniNG THE HERALD YOU JI, NO. 188.) MONDAY, MAY 1925. punusiiroD ,JjL J A At Al. 1 CHARGING SALE SI'KCIAI. POUi'i: T.OC.VT, llEl'Ah'PMEXT'S DIIIEf-TlOX (HI.TA1X KVlIIKNCr. Warrants charging possession mill sale of intoxicating, licnior in viola- lion of act.- were Is- sued loilay of District At- Ini-ncy Snlcii, and placed .in hands- of Sheriff Owen Owens ,servico. The warrants involve sixteen 'Waiikcsho. 'many of whom have linen arrested on a like charge al Ion si onrfi. anil iii 'some instances on I wo oilier occasions. Several special' officers, including several patients at. Kcsthaven, were placed on duty hy Chief of Police lien lenders anil obtained Ihr evidence liy pin-chasing tlip Iliinnr. The specials have been work'ing on (lie dry cam- paign for sevei'al weeks. The wholesale arrest is the second 10 he made within a year, approxi- mately twenty, having heen appre- hended through the same, process last summer. Thirteen of the sixteen warrants to he served todav include those for the following persons: Carl A. Mix, Udwnrd Ahel, Arllnir Passer- p.11. Dominic Fraccaro. John Tcslolin. Rodrirk Killlli Weslphal. George Westphal. Tom Pnoci. Mrs. Pasn.uina Koss, Alfio Tcstolino, Jaeoh Wallrabenslcin, and Charles Wcslphal. LOCAL COMHANDERY ATJANESVILLEMEET Approximately tlfiy memhers of ilio conimandery Knights lar attended ri nieelinK of command- cries in southern Wisconsin held in Janesville Sunday of Ascension Sunday. About 300 were prcso.nl from comanindcriRK of Mon- roe, Walerlown, Delavnn, lleloit. .lancsville and Waiikesha. Dr. W. A. prelate of Ihe grand com- mandery in Wisconsin was the of the day. Refreshments were served hy Janesville. com- manderj'. NO WORD ARCTIC FALLS! FROST SEVERE MAY 23 ORD. WAS HOTTEST ON REC- MAY 24 COLDEST MAY DAY ON RECORD LATEMAY SHOWS SIMM-I DAJLUU: TO VECETATinN WIIKV FRANCE REPLIES TO GERMANY'S PACT wSuhl be happy it the United Stales would take part in the proposed allied German security pact; Ibis France confirms officially in her reply to Germanj's pact pro- posal which will he made soon. The texl of the reply makes it clear that the pact could not supplant Ihe Ver- sailles treaty and I bat Germany must come into the League of Nations if she wants a guarantee treaty. The reply makes it clear Ihat Belgium must be a party although Germany did not specifically include Belgium. ARREST COUPLE ON ILL EAHE CHARGE Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wealphal, SI- Paul avenue, were, arraigned before .Indge T. W. 1'arkinson in municipal court Monday 'niornlnR rtir n chargo of keeping a house of ill fame. The arrest waa made on Saturday night following a riid on the home, by tho liolice department. dent Carleton appeared on a charge of lieing an lu- mate. in the home. The case was continued until Fri- day, hail being fixed In the sum of each for Mr. and Mrs. Westphal and 41HO for ihe other party. ,By the United Press Slraw hats thai bloomed iu mid- summer profusion under Saturday's scorching sun. were returned to Ilic moth halls loday afler a week-end thai smashed all records for -freakish temperatures. What was the hottest May 23 In history in many cities was followed by a May 21th that hroke most cold records for thai dale. In Illinois, which reported the hot spot of Ihe nation on Saturday one death from exposure to the cold oc- curred yesterday. Amazing contrasts in temperature were recorded in nmsl stains easl of the Mississippi where July heat was abruptly supplanted hy snow, hail or icy rain. Chicago, which sweltered Saturday while Ihe mercury hoveretl around 04. yesterday experienced Ihe coldest .May 2 i on record. Temperatures dropped lo M dr-- grees lo Ihe accnnipnnlmnnt of snow flurries. Warm in New York Saturday was Ilio. warmest May 23 in New York years.with a max- imum of Yesterday there was n sharp drop lo 4S. wilh almost nnpnrnUed wealher conditions prevailing. golfers had ideal wealher on Long Island, there, was a deluge of rain in Wesichester, only a few miles away. Two severe storms swept southern New England, damaging crops and crippling communications. Following two days of slifliiiK heat. Washington shivered loday wilb the mercury al forty. The heal wave was broken yesterday when Ihe tem- perature tumbled from to de- grees in a few hours. White With Snow Pitlsburgh, Pa., was while with snow with a mercury of 38. Saturday's broke heat records In Philadelphia while yesterday's IS was the second lowest for May 2-1 on rec- ord. An inch of snow had fallen loilay in the hill seciion of Johnstown. Pa., where a temperature of M'5 was re- ported Saturday. During the last 24 hours Milwau- kee's lempernlure has ranged from 3tl lo 02, with n heavy frost forecast. It was the coldest May 21 in the history of Kansas City, where a low of -I I was recorded. Memphis, Tenn., reported n "K de- gree drop in temperature during period of a few hons and Atlanta. C.a., fall of in degrees. Traces of white fi'osi .Monday morning nnd u ihernionieter which, according lo 11. Wall, observer for Ihe national wealhr-r bureau, fell as low as degrees during Ilic pteccd- ing night, indicate considerable dam- age to vegotalion En- this vicinity. The strawlierry crop, which was very pi oinising. will he injured though it is impossible to lell how much. Some garden Fluff is cut down. allies are hurt in some places. Alfalfa is also said lo .have suffered in spots. Herri Crap Cn( William lloneyagcr. 'who resides on Route I and who raises strawher- beries, reports that Hie berries will be damaged by the frosl. He states also tlial some garden produce is hurl, cucumbers and oilier lliings bo- ing cut down. Somo of his polatoes are frozen hut may sproul again. Vincent Zimmerman, Genesce road, raises strawberries and is Biire crop will he less llian If would liaye Ijeen if the frost bad not come. lie reports lhal asparagus, potatoes. lettuce and other garden stuff were touched. Llllle DawiifTp 11! riu'iifjlfa Fnnns Jason of Swarlz lirothers' C'qrnlall'a farms, gave The Freeman the good news tliat as far as lie could see nothing- was injured on' the farm except asparagus. "1 have just been making a tour of Inspection ahonl I IIP. farm." said Mi'. "The alfalfa gives no sign of injury nnd tho apple iri-es seem to be all right. Leaves and flowers show no sign of wilting. -The ther- mometer dropped' four degrees below al Ihr.- farm holh Sunday and Monday mornings." .1. Thomas, county agricultural iiscnt. slated- he had received no re- )orls of damage by the frost. lie honsht the greatest damage would ie to strawberries and gardens, lorn, he said, was not yet up. "Following a day of" scorching heat in Friday when the thermometer climhrd np lo 90. a cold wind swept in from the east. about Saturday noon, and kept on sweeping Sninrda} afternoon and nil day Sunday. Sunday morning, between 6 and o'clock, the air was filled with tlakei- of snow, llnlu had fallen earlier In the night. Sunday niglu was cleai nnd cold, with tiaces of. white fros Monday morning. 1 A Forward Seas'nn The season this spring has heel ideal for out-of-door work, and "farn and garden work arc more advance than usual at [his time of year. De ceived by the warm weather of las week, .tomato plants .and flowers of various kinds have IIPPII set out. Not 'Guilty Lucille Wiinsc.li) IS, was clearfd ly a coroner's jury al Illverdalf-. near 'hicai'.o. less than 21 hours after she ihoi ami killed Agnes Rininlck for >eing loo friendly with William Wunsch. her falhf-r. Wunsrli uml us till liy stray shots, will re- ROTARY CLUB ADDRESSED BY JIKLL'ECK U'l'lvAI.S I1 ART IN TO ('Mill TO -TAKE HAY 1'A- AMI INDICT SCOPES 8N EVOLUTIflN LAW DAYTOX. John T. Scopes, sci- ence leacher and football coach, was Indicted hy the Rea grand Jury to- day in the first test case against Ten- nessee anti-evolution law. The true hill was haseil on evidence furnished] chamher of commerce claims of per- In a 24 hour period the rrierc.ury fell -IS degrees in Indianapolis. gansport and oilier northern Indiana points reported light snow. During a similar period Springfield. 111., experienced a 4fi degree drop of temperature antl a killing frosl. Other Reports Other cities reported these ranges of temperature: St. Paul, Minn.. to 32. Cleveland, to St. Louis, 94 to -11. New heat records for May were established ye'sterdajv fn Austin, Texas, where it was 104 and San Aii- tonia; Texas, where it was 101. Rain hrought relief to Austin today. Eastern Colorado was deluged py rain and hail. California's weather lived up .to Some of them were; killed, all will be retarded hy the frost and Ihe con- tinued cold winds. JUDGE AfiNEW GRANTS DIVORCES TO TWO Two divorces were granted on Sat- urday by Judge David Agnew In county court. Rosella Gerhcnsky, awarded a decree from her hus- band, Carl, on a charge of. cruel and Inhuman treatment. Mra. Gerhensky is a resident of Oconpmowoc. Flora H. Flaue, WnukcRha, was awarded a divorce from: hpr hus- hand, Herman, on the same charges.' An r-lonnent address on the patri- otic obligations of Memorial day was given lliis noon before Ilie iieslia Rotary club'' hy .liidKe Martin of Reaver Dam. Tim speaker staled (hat tlin im- porlanre of Memorial day observance was so nincti (lie number, of anto mobiles -or people in tho parade but the amount of feeling pill. Into Ilic demonstration. He landed the 0. A. R. for tho servif-e idea pin into tbe day as a periodical call to stir the dormant embers for I he love of country. Memorial day is not so much a lesson and-an admoniiifm in memory of the soldier dead as it is.a dny for Ihe living to demonstrate their appreciation of and gratitude for the sorrow, adversity, loss of hu- man blnod and human limb, and tears shed in th'' strife for liberty. Splendid Purl said Judge I.neck, "does not consist of the- rise or fall of dy- nasties, the glory achieved by kings or monarchs, in slalistics of material resources. lint rather real history consists In Ilie growth and develop- ment of nn ideal, the nurturing through Ilie years of a true patriolic spirit. In respect the United Stnles, with its blending of liberty seeking peoples and races from all countries of llic' globe, lias the most glorious-history ,of uny nation on earth. And it is this ideal that is being exemplified in every hamlet in the great nntion on May M each year." Taking up the essence or genius of Ihe American system of govcrnmom, Judge I.ucck slated that it did not consist of the privilege of elevating nen lo public office and permitting hem to annex the tlllo of "llonor- rather in tbe fundament- als (If constitutional guarantees such (Contimif-d on Page 2) MEMORIAL DAY OBSERVANCE PLANS COMPLETE PAfcAOE AND CUTLER PARK EX- ERCISES TO BE HELD IN FORENOON SATURDAY The Memorial Pay exercises, pa- rade and lint1 of march has lieen ar- ranged ilio comniillep in 'chargo of Memorial day observance in Wan- kesha which Is to 1m staged under auspices of the. American Legion, and was made public today. The principal speaker of the occa- sion is l.oron Thurwnchlor wlio will address ilic. ass.einhlugo. In Culler's park on sorno subjeel appropriate for the day and there will ho nnislc and other patriotic nmnhcrs. The 'has completed tho urn- gram exercises wllh llu> exception of the invocation anil oiMiodiotlnn wilv be given by some local members of I ho clergy. Park Program l-'ollowtm; iliu invocation there will hi1 a selection hy the American Le- gion hand, "American Patrol." Tho other numbers on the program urn: rodnciinn of Mnyor Henry K. llluir hy Commander Ilyrou Hnchert. Mayor lllair will deliver u shori address followed hy a vocal solo by Klmor Illnt7.man: selection hy iho Anieri- can Legion hand.. "Stars and Stripes ojddress, Lnron. Thurwach- ler; tesltnlon'lnl lo departed com- rades, John VnllqiiPl. playing Inps; henediction; nafion.il anlheni, Ameri- can Legion band. Those who will take, part In Hie parade have divided Into llvu sections and will march in the. order named: rirst escort, speaker's car, color hearers; second school hand, high school slndents, lliiion pupils, pupils, Hadtleld pupils, Randall pupils, While Hocli pupils, HI. Joseph's fulfills and Herman Lutheran pupils; Ihird scliool hand. Industrial si'linol hoys, Itotary chili. 'Kiwanis clnh. Moose Iodide, Moose auxiliary and all oilier who wish to paj'ticipale; fourth see- lion -Legion auxiliary, lle.sthavcn nurses, Hanghlprs of Veterans nnd W, K. C'., all rldiny In antomohilcs; Tu'lli baiirl. D. J. Martin pcwi. William Murphy ptlil, veterans of wars, dlsuhlcd velerans, Hpanlsh American War s-elerans. Cl. A. li. The marchers will assemble on (Irand avenue, south of the N'orth- western niilroud IracUs, tlie .school children assembling on Grand avenue south of College tivenne. Colleffo Here's Date TODAY p, m.--Masonic Lodge. p. S-.fti) p. Century Clnh. p. Order of p. of the World. p. City Kin-amp- tl: ment! Number I. O. 0. 1-V 11. Slar. in.- Knlgiils of I'ylhia.i. p. Knighis of Columbus. l-ndm-. No. IM, I. O. O. I-'. p. in. Mi'ihodisl .Mullici'H' club. AKl.'O'AT- AS i'i'i'.y'nox nrn-v Ai-nrilNTic avenue east d west of Oranil ave hy students. The opening trial was set for July 10. i-! 4- date forlfection with moderate temperatures ranging from C5 lo 52.1 Seven" Coinniunosts, four -guilly of blowing up recently trie' Sofia cathedral appalling loss of life, will he executed In a few days, according to a Sofia message to the Telegraph. The mar- tial court of.Cassation haa confirmed llic. sentences on the group which consists of Friedmann, Petrinl. Koa- ovRky. Ahsdjieff. nimitroff, Kocff, 3IAKY WIGOTXTOX'S. OX FlftK SUXBAY OII1IEK PI.AfJEH OX LOCAL i'LAYOKOUXll .cominiuees, of the Wanke- slia Civic playground council and the hoard of education .conferred Sattirr day afternoon The residence of Jim. M. B.-Wig- ment.that has been rcmpved from ginton, corner KnM avenuo and Me- Uio..Bethesda..park playground to two fall slrect. was on firp Sunday after- noon. U Is hclieved >thp fire .wag due to aparka from tlm chimney full- ing on the roof. The firp. was ex: tingulshed liy th.e flre deparlmonl. The lona waa not iarge. other playgrounds .of the at .Randall school and the other 'al the Of Inn live pieces of .equipment thai arc available three were, ordered plar.ed at Handal school aud two at ihe" Park, COOLIDGE DISAPPROVES OF DAlfi FOR TEST nne will also be utilized. The 'line of march .includes: drain avenue north lo Sonlli street. South street to west on Broad way to Five Points. on Main street (o CJinlon i street; south on Clinton mrcet to Cutler Tbe observance will take placo in (he fore noon. FINE PROGRAM AT HARTLAND At llariland the Memorial Day pro- ;ram fs in1 Iho hands of the Keglon and Auxiliary, and public school The school children will march from the.school lo the cernelcr> o decorate Ihe soldiers' graven am returning to the opera house at he following program will be carriei om: Opening W. .1. C. Halp Fland and Awlionc Grade School Kxercise. Solo ...............Mrs. V. O.- High School Program. Selection by llic Band. Introduction of Speaker. Ail dress by Itev. Dr. Mcl.ane, lain of St. John's. Star Spangleed Banner disapprov al of tho war department section .0 Armistice day. for the holding of a second defc.nfle lest and a'reconimen flallon ..hy President Coolidge he held on  thriv family physi- cians and "Iii' vacelnaled just :IK ,'nat- urally ;ts liioy would-take accident ill [ire insurance." added the "OHiors' will wait until forccrl lo do so or remain in nnanxii- Tha ..Hand WHK.HKX A UK lIKi'.UHIMi 1V.UTKKSHA TOWN H.M.l, "of in- come Uix rutnrns hy newspapers j was upheld as legal liy the United I Stales supreme court, today. papers can publish lists of names' of taxpayers and to provide fiTc vaccinalion except in emergejicy anil Mivii only to the indigent. There IH a virulent type 
                            

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