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   Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - November 17, 1921, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin                               WISCONSIN RAPIDS DAILY WISCONSIN RAPIDS. WIS.r THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, PRICE THREE CENTS LEADERS OF NINE DELEGATIONS MEET DAIRY INDUSTRY BRINGS MILLIONS TO WOOD COUNTY COUNTY AGENT PETERSOX IX AXXUAL REPORT S H O W S DA1RYIXG AS SOURCE OF PROSPERITY R- A. Peterson, county agricultural agent, appeared before the Wood County Board of Supervisors at o'clock this afternoon to give a. report for the past eleven months during which his office has handled various agricultural, horticultural, and live stock problems. I Mr. Peterson reported that the dairv industry brought to the farmers arid dairy people of Wood county, and that his work, although not specifically directed along that line had been adapted to the encouraging of' pure bred cattle assor cictions. He stated that he had organ- ized tea Holstein Breeders "associa- tions with over 120 members which is federated into a county association, find also four Guernsey breeders asso- ciations which he has federated In a county association, having 58 mem- bers. Tells 'Activities Mr. Peterson stated that the county agent had been actively Ihterestsd In' the sale of worth" of pure bred cattle to buyers from-other sections of the state and from .western states, and that he had been indirectly responsible for the sale of worth of pure bred cattle as well. He stated that he had circulated letters and' written 170 articles for aewspa- Water or Ginger Ale? Believe Two Will Die Of Injuries Smash-up In (tj j (By Associated Press) I Chicago. Nov. per- j son.-; were injured, two probablv fai- ally, when two five-car elevated I trains, lop bound, were wrecked I a ivar c-nd eoilisioi! on the- Oak Park pine. I I Three sic-e! coaches were compiet- j ely demolished, and the VICUIKS were i pinned beneath the vrrc-ckt-ge. Fire- IPRESiDENTACTS TO GET PASSAGE OF NEW TAX BILL 1XTERVEXR-S IX FIGHT OVKR IX- i T> Kev. COME SURTAX IN EFFORT A TO today informed the Mias Alice Mann. Washington society girl, will be sponso- of st VirKiBia- when it Is launched at News. Hov. It has not been decided what will be ia the bottle which will treaJi on the bow' Pleasant Hill Church JLT fTif Now Thtng Of The HIGHWAY [view.- were expressed at The .sale of the Pleasant Hill} MEDAL OF HONOR MEN church to Robert Reid of Plainneld i Tmjrrr iiffStfn last Monday marks the passing of an j rlLftJc.1 WH11 K HOUSE institution of, fifteen years" standing. On "September 1C, 1906, the Rev. F. N. Dexter, District Missionarv of {provides a maximum income surtax of- thirty-two per cent, but the senate bill amended this to fifty percent. Representative Dickinson, ivader i of Republican insurgents in the liouse, said that he aid not think thai j the president's views, which are ely a comprise between the OF EASTERN QUESTION DELAYED BY JAPS IRKAL WORK OF FAR cox- FKUKXCE STARTS AS HEADS I OF DELEGATIONS COM.M1TTEE MEET DS IX MEASURE FOR and seriate bills, Wouiu have IN BEHALF OF DEBS 1 appreciable effect on the outcome of .AgrariM Bloc ,n the Senate has been behind the move to maintain the Sftv uercer.t imiii-' j (By Associated Press) j Washington. Xov. j Hushes called a meeting uf the Am- I erkan delegates to the arms confer- jence at this afternoon. The pur- I poso of the meet ing was not announc- j ed. but it is believed to deal with far eastern iiuestions. i Japan- Asks Delay Nov. reconnoitering gave way to direct gotiations today, as the heads of the nine delegations, sitting as a special committee on far eastern uuestioas, j v.-enr into conference. Au'iilra! Baron Kato, on -behalf of the Japanese delegation, asked and re- FifEy-five cents an hour is the ceived of the nine participating pbw-- wasje paid Kev. Clarence A. Toung- 'J. delay of several days in the con- ror carrying the liod or. tbe job at sivjeration of Questions relatino- to the new Latin school in Boston. He China to allow'for more thorough ex- is one of a. grouo or rrtmisteirs asked _ x, an.snation ot tne Chinese proposals made yesterday. Heads of the .delega- tions at the meeting decided to wait S to proceed with consideration, of the problems Involving ChinaJ rather thau to take up some other phase of the eastern problem. Inasmuch as IE is be- lieved "that the Chinese difficulties, are the key to situation. Other j eastern questions will undoubtedly-be I takeri up later in. the order listed" by the tentative agenda for the confer- 10 scucy workinsmen's concitions :at Srst hand. ELiOiON IS KEY 0 PEACE" BREED 2s ov. Six, medal oi The County. Board of Supervisors alleging that the te grove owned that he held pers. ami had sponsored 115 meetings j with a total attendance of 29.710 farm- j Organized In 1906 renorteii favorable Heading- the public German machine _ I "open policy and the abolish- I meilt of "spheres of Influence-' In the riant (IS.CXM-.-S o: are legislative prograau i Miss Hazel ebb was named tern- i LOST IN WOODS BUT conditions prevail. j treasurer. The two deacons and ,_T___._T Mr. Peterson's report was Mrs. Mary Johnson were elected thejJNlAUlN J 1-Jc.LrI. 15 ed by the board members, many of j "rst trustees. j COLD WEATHER' !e-i for surfacing and on tell who was more airpriscd-Carl or -Arc- nisrli-.vays .unuer reoort. 11 lencis. later commented upon the ex- cellent report. On motion of the chairman or the For Carl had brought down a 250- of the ir.en I know, a t- f" 1 As today's "session began, spofces- -''f'jmen for Japan said that "thev would n-HliOH of tne of inc urorln. j heartiiv subscribe to many "of tie points presented, but that others raised doubtful questions which might, be answered only after mature consideration. It Is considered probable that three or four .days must elapse before the 10 I British considering the, sammer i asked JUITOj .proposals will conclude Its man v.orT.. Until that time it is not" like- R. F.JOHNSON ATTENDS MEETING AT EAU CLAIRE rebunt upon the land ______ chased. Betore ,'building. Mr. R. F- Jonnson represented the j were Johnson Hill company at a meeting j members of retail dry goods merchants at j overspread this entire s-.er of Pittsville was o'clock Friday aftcnicon, when The party of a score of friends and if things happen in Aniei-ieii r- 1 lion by Thursday night or Friday j Er.cincer F. F. Jleuse! "-HI relatives had expected to Carl's :ind Jsuan is Inevitable. TO EET TOMORROW Company store there- Discussion at the meeting was largely confined to the more or less ed a year later by the Reverend Vater. was z remained for two vears. IJU-i t.._ technical problems of merchandising. the Reverend Builough 'became a. m. thi.s morr Mr Johnson reported that business j and renlaineii 19j7j ,vhcn! p. m. Conditions, as liv Knvino- ._ resolution was passed appro-J i-here must bu the pastorate In 1311, and was follow- j coldest November l-.i 071 recoru here i ras zero in v.-hilc in 19171 of county money for] ,he warmest. The sun rose at j aid of dependent children esrev! j i-ning and will ?-i at for by Wisconsin Chii-lrcnV Home Seck-vy. A ix-solution asking- i i (Continued on last page) f; j OF CENTRAL WISCON- i SIN CALLED FRIDAY. AND SAT- URDAY AT MARSHFIELD CITY HALL Daniel White Eagle Has No ry-i'o y-y f- >r yj a 'T 9 meet at Marsl i ime WhiteiVian s I' Cow.- testers ana members of cove- testing associations In Marathon, [Clark, and "Wood, and "from other" couiitles in centra! wISt I meet at Marshfield Fridav and Satur- could not be expected to drop mater- fj-.oUHng meetings. ially for some time. Manufacturers! School Prospered in many lines, are tied up with long j T-ne Sunday school was started time on. Alberta, in Csrsaua this jing. amons labor. vviui luni; i Tne Sunday scnool was started atj agreements with same time as the church, and TntlM s, and without lower cost of j (Jer leadership became kr.ov.-r-. :ss: J UFL< ,-i t .1 T. J 11 T Tllorn1 VISITS CITY AFTER 30 YEARS IN WES call of -J Danle! r the; auspices of the The meeting's he has failed to ah ever with pride after the ''train will commence at on Friday nite Eagle, hussy track" and the station with its beauti- Uhs MarshSeid City Hall.. scion or a lamous aJ.onsinai ...i C. Searles of Fond du Lsc, ahon-nai f wno is one or chwt But- E prices are Impossible. one of the best in the couir prospered as long as the churcl but as family "'fsnulv moved awax% was is one of the ur.. There were nine stars In t LUMBER GOING DOWN building materials that, has slumped school service flag, sharply In price since July, 1920. Cer-; awarded the Croix de Guerre, talsi grades of lumber have been re- j ducexl 50 per cent, while the average cost accoixling to local dealers, is said} to represent the pre-war prices at the i scurce of supply plus the difference in freight rates. STATE W. R. AT JMr. E. C. Sutton of Madison, and Mr. year-, one moiun Miss Mi manv ve2r has been of ifresa. jcijm, days w. ajrc ai to the Herds standards .Ive cows j Mrs. Chas. Prichard. Mrs. Evi-.v? J Young Mrs. Michael Farreli, Mrs. Catholic church in Rudolph, with a co-partnership with Gus Schumaij engine, a station, a hip- round tjw lhc youngsters realize what Dan-i A newspaper man reports having Louis Mrs. Vine ..Irs..puiial in the Catnohc cemetery at ixu- 1m the grocery bassncw. He aH built of block, and had ier, yoang sxvat was seen only one intoxicated man in all. Wm. Compton, Mrs. D. dolph. i Mrs. Wm. Burchell and Mrs. Withers; {left this morning for Amherst 1 they were delegates for the I Relief Corps of this city to j meeting of the W. R. C. in sessi the re today. ;his properties ancMeft for the westiphaued paper trees and only registering his; Russia, "and had no idea when he Great Britain is said to hold the key to disarmaemnt. Shft can-do the world a good turn. EWSPAPERl   

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