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   Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - September 7, 1922, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin                               WISCONSIN RAPIDS DAILY TRIBUNE  'ou CR-t we spend-: TESTS NOT CLOSE a.lot of-money and that is true but t there hasn't been an improvement j Returns from the four wrecincts in Tatie .has ,not necessary and Ex-ervone GERMANS DOING BEST TO FORCE STATEFAILURE LAWRENCE PROFESSOR H O TRAVELLED IN EUROPE SEES PEOPLE AIDING TO BANKRUPTCY Named Alderman The German people are forcing 1, confronts candidates nominat- ed in the primaries. September 5. Re- publican, Democratic, Socialist and Prohibition party representatix-es meet here Tuesday, September 19 to determine upon the principles to xvhich they will adhere in the general election. The dominance: of the Republican party in Wisconsin gives particular significance to the meeting of its can- didates. Dix-ision is looked for between the LaFollette Progressive faction and j its opponents ox-er issues that xx-tll arise during the convention- May Split on League I Taxation and prohibition are set oifj as two important concerns of publican gathering, while the Demo- crats. seeking to regain power in thej state, also ex over the xvet and Adams. Whitewater. Bishop Charles Mayard Mitchell of St. Paul is presiding at the conference Addresses by Prof. Harris Franklin nomination for county offices with the Rele of the department of systematic j of James Bogie, leader in theology, Garrett Biblical Institute, j race sheriii. whose lead over Evanston, III., and Dr. A. B. Moss, as- j Vesper was cut from soctate s eign terdav' ate secretary of the board of for- 200 to 32. Although the return? hax-e i missions, xvere features of yes-' veE officially canvassed, it is not! any ay's session. .believed that any possible mitior TJIh-M in -.i-ji --I The improvements- Men want work. We in ihis city Wednesday. Prof. Kinz- have had a large number of extra men man addressed the Rotary Club at who could not get employment and we noon and declared that if he were to have taken care of them. 1 can't see ase his knowledge of monetary sys- how we could conduct the affairs of terns as a basis for analyzing Ger- the Mayorlmany's present financial status, he j I takes in the count are Hkelv to Zb Hold Hearing On Tomsyck For Negligence change the result. would sav IATEST BURNS INCREASE MARGIN OF WHOLE SLATE FINAL RESULTS MAT PUSH SEN- IOU SENATOK ADVANTAGE BE- YOND ALL PROGRES- SIVES HAVE SAFE LEAD. j Sheriff Only Close Race The contest for sheriff the I only really close race in the Eepubti- {can primary in the county. Sam J Church, xvho according to early re- j turns was running but little ahead of i y1 that the Germany people work ami the and the Germatl government were do- i large number of petitions for improve-; ing everything Ehey could, just as fast e their nation Kinsman just and petitions granted for city im-; returned from a trip through conrin- provements that can not be reached, it' ental Europe. jments biought discussion ofjas they could, to plunge i j the situation. There aa-e many requests'into bankruptcy. Prof- Ki was announced. A hearing will probably be called the citx- council in the next xveek or pected 10 wage a fight jtwo EO of Alderman. zhoasanu in the iead. R_ R. and dry issue, and to de- Pete Tomsyclci representa- 1 defeated J. C. Due ton for th E. L. Kenne for county clerk, increas- PITV'O IIT II I T I T 0 y'etl his majority in the late neturns. Ijf I I, III I'll I F. O and the final results show him over a WlifclllfcW RETURN PROFITS Williams) the District termine upon a platform calling for who has EO attend the j Attorueyship by close to x-otes, decentralization of gox-emment auth-1 council sessions for the past several and Henry Ebbe was for ority in the state, and for greater par- The complaint was made at! clerk of court by a wide margin, ticiyation in international affairs by jthe meeting Wednesday night Final results from die full 43 pre- the'federai government. The Socialists {bv AId-.J- A- Lynch of the same ward, jcmcts in the county show the folloxv- ami prohibition partx- candidates colleague was jng votes on county offices: iiom develop any divisions during the! duty by failing .to attend Assemblyman course of their deliberations in selec- council meetings. j Koyce ........................3517 ting platform-planks. j Asked Resignation 'Clark 2647 The LaFollette- Progressix-e forces Aid. Lynch declared that he had' County Clerk claim that they will be in control of'talked to Aid. Tomsycfc innumerable; Church the Republican party platform conx-en-: times and requested him- to attend or Renne........................2931 tion as a result of the landslide in "When I talked with him he Cwuntj Treasurer state for Senator LaFo'llette and his J threatened to resign and then go out LaYigne......................5ST3 ticket at the primary. and mn against me and 1 told him to j Sheriff Senator LaFollette as head of his go to it, I would heip Aid. Lynch Bogie........................2239 ticket xvill the Progressive dele- stated. Aid. Lynch stated that he had Cole 2217 gation in the state. Governor Blame, conferred xvith the people of the xvard Mueller 174S slate officers recently nominated and' and that he and many others were JEhbe.................'........ S47 members of the senate and assembly satisfied that the time had come to- Clerk of Court xvill make up the other party repre-; bring about some action to oust Aid. tiOH. s at the Republican conven- Tomsyck because of his neglect of iduty." Williams Seek Tax Law Change i Maj or to Call Hearing j Dutton Don't Want Silver Prof. Kinzman stated that the Ger- man people did no want either gold or isitxer and preferred paper money of i their oxvn country and of foreign countries "I was told that we could get farther xvith paper money than coins 1 found out that the claims were Prof. Kinzman said. He i told how the German people xvere un- willing to take silx-er coins and said they xvere ahx-ays preferring paper money. He also said that the German people were spending money fast, had ______ good clothes, xvere happier and more reckless than any other of the contin- Total net profits of for the ental Europeans although there was ELECTRIC LIGHT PLANT WATER WORKS BOTH MAKING MONEY FOR CITY REPORT TO COUNCIL SHOWS. Henry C. Demitz, Third street south, xx-as unanimously chosen alder- man of the Third xvard by the city Comings council last night to succeed Lacy Hor- Young ton. alderman, who resigned. M-% Demhz will hold office until next spring when the first year of Air. Hor- ton s term will close and the people of the Third xvard a to elec; a successor. Mr. Demitz xx-as nominat- ed by Aid. John Roberts, third xvard A Setter from the city signed by the Mayor and City Clerk xvill be written to Mr. fiorton thanking him for his continuous and faithful service to the people. The council voted their appie- ciation of Mr. Korton's serx'ice. {By Associated Press) Milwaukee, Wts., Sepc. 7 Latest ngures on Tuesday's primary election on the Republican contest are: For S. Senatorioi nomination, in 2214 out of 2523 precincts: GaiiSeld La FoIIette 22lti precincts, for jjovernori Blaine Morgan McHMiry Lieutenant governor. 1702 precincts: 103.022 Secretary of Stale, 1671 precincts: 296.434 Zimmerman Treasurer, 1748 precincts: Levitan Johnson 15S.501 Attorney general. 1603 precincts; Kkem city's electric light and water plants more industriousness amony the peo- j- for the first six months of 1922 were pie of Germany than any of the other j announced by Manager C. P. Gross in nations which, experienced the hard- j his report to the city council last night, ships of the great war. Both institutions are completely Government Manufacturing Money sustaining, Mr. stated, the prof- The German government is also do- its representing the balance remain- 'ing its part to hasten the destruction ing after all operating expenses, as of the nation by bankruptcy, Prof. as interest and amortization on Kinzman said, when he discussed the s Flour Killed When Green Bay Train Hits Automobile the indebtedness had been paid. future of Germany, He said the gov- District Attorney The governor xvilt urge change in j >iayor Roenius conferred xvith City the tux taws as a plank in the party s Attorney Jerf rev on the matter and, Ebbe the tax commission f i- funds and authority sufficient to en- of Deeds announced to the council that he Xat 1 would call a hearing on che case in the j Cu'ler....................... SS3 able them to go into the income tax near future. The mayor declared that; Surveyoj- retunis of every corporation in should be present espe-: Sevenis -5100 slate, and removing the secrecy clause when important matters xvere i to the income tax law as a means in the of the bond issue! Relieve MatbeSOH And Dahl the recovery of unreported VOEe which requires a full The figures for the two plants as ernment was turning out paper money gix-en by Mr. Gross for the first six entirely too fast and that as a result i months of 1922 were as follows: the mark had continually declined in i Ligh't Plant value to a point xvhere the prices Oi Water Works............. things xx-ere reckoned in high figures. j In regard to the present city water'although the prices when figured in i situation. Mr, Gross admitted that the American terms was loxver in Ger- 39S6 2525 xvaier xvas ocacsionally discolored, but many than in mostly any country in ret Europe. He criticised the Germans foi :of the city's aldermen. _ 3. Lutheran taxes. issue, sharply brought out dur- injr the special session of the legisla- i _ Hire in March of this year, will cause' another fight, the Progi-essix-es think, i On national issues, the Progressive! teuubiicans if in control of the con-: xx-ill urge adoption of planks' Pupils of the East S.de Immanuei demanding repeal of the Escn-Cum- Lutheran parochial calling for   PERSONALS j I Leave tor tUTOpe TetT Petitions for arc lighte at the in-' f l J tersections of McKinley and t ira Heenth avenue, Hale strf Easterday of Marshall m__eraployed i Fwith avenue were uranted. Mn the Pennsylvania shops nere, aiea pGtiHonsi for sewe; _ Gives Support To Ganfield Degree In Masonry Cleveland. Hardlnir will be admitted ;o membership in the thirty-third degree; Scottish Rite of Free Masonry, at the 110th annual meeting, state governors. senators- Northern jurisdiction of the_Uniteri States, to be held in Cleveland Sep- temher 15. it has been The President will be one of many notables who will gather here for the meeting, state govrnors, senators, congressmen, statesmen and men of affairs of several foreign countries having1 sigrniised their intention of at- tending. Sir John M. Gibson, former premier of Caiiaua Thomas R. Marshall. fonuer vice-president of ;he i United States, have written that they expect to be here for ihe meeting. Town Of Hansen Gains Possession of Trophy The toxvn j first place in the toxvnship competi- by the storm.- tion at the Marshfield fair rodav. Exact Center Of State By rs. Ben Knobel and and Mrs. Mary Glaus _ {day for New York froni xvhere they i Hoffman and Herman Clugston, lisim SUrTey: the boat to go abroad, Mrs.: by the police as strikers, xvho xvere j Glaus xvill sail for Coblenz, shot by Easterday, are under arrest. The ancient dispute between Pitts- j while Mrs. Knobel and daughter xvill Hoffman's condition is serious. Easter- ville and Vesper as to which is the ex-: go to Sxvitzerland to make their and another shop employe xvere act geographical center of state jture home. driving home in an automobile, Thej has been definitely disposed of by the' xvere followed by txvo machines loaded Geological Survey of the Department LAST CONCERT OF SEASON t with alleged strikers and a battle en-1 Petitions for sexver and water on of radicalism. TValsxvorth stood by daughter, following a gun oattle with al- J avenue north from Grand to its gun? Tuesday and returned con- s left striking shopmen. j Rigb street and on Ninth avenue sowth servative Republican majorities all from High street to Washington f down the line, the only county so far street xvere referred to committee. reported to gix-e Ganfield and Morgan A resolution for in street im- a plurality, provement bonds was adopted. of the Interior of the federal govern- ment, which has detci-mined that the center of Wisconsin is really at a Isued. The St. Lawrence Band xx-ill give its last concert of the season tomor- For senator. Ganfield received J141 votes to for La Folilette. Morgan carried the county over j Elaine to j The only exception xvas iir fax'or of nue, was overcome by the hea xvy (Congressman H, A. Hooper, whose Overcome By Heat point nine miles southeast of Marsh- i row evening at the band stand on field, which would place it a short dis- tance northeast of Arpin village, about on the Arpin-Richfield town line. the church grounds. A special pro- gram has been arranged. Refresh- ments will be sold at the park. Edward Meyer Washington avenue {vote was to Jor L, C overcome by the "heat while i Whittet, conservative. on a sewer on Apricot PURCHASES HOME O. J. Leu has purchased the home of _ Herman Radtkc at 463 Third Ave, street "Vuesday afternoon. Mr, and Mrs, F. Link and Mr. and south. The TCadtke family are moving was to return to xvork Thursday Mrs. A, P. Hirzy motored to Marsh- to their farm in Oconto county. field attend the fair. gained permanent possesion of tht- Tribune trophy. The cup. xvhich was first offered three years ago, was to become the permanent property of the first town to xvin it twice, Seneca toxvnship won the cup the first and Hanpen last year and this year. Hansen had a lead of 200 points over its nearest competitor, the town of McMillan. Marathon county. The exhibits as a whole xvere of unusually high quality and contained fine dis- plays of the agricultural products of Wood and neighboring counties. The fair xvas interrupted by z heavy rain this afternoon, but the fair authorities were protected by" in-, surance to the extent of Milwaukee. Wis., Sept. 7 Senator Lafollette's lead over W_ A. GanSeld for Eepublican United States senatorial nomination close to 200.00, the majority based on returns from 2.177 ouc of precincts in Wiscon- sin. and Governor Elaine's lead over Attorney General Morgan for Repub- iican nomination for governor, jtgprox- irnateiy shown from figures in returns from 2.174 out of 2.523 pre- cincts. it is thought certain that other candidates en the LaFoHette-Bfaine icket have been nominated by wide margins- with the exception of the race for treasurer and attorney gener- al nominacion. For treasurer. Levitan appears to have been nominated over Johnson without doubt, as he leads his oppon- ent by more than 11.000 x-otes with two-thirds of the precincts heard from. The race for attorney general nom- ination, shows Ekern to be. leading Baker by approximately from. Comings for lieuten- ant governor and Zimmerman for Sec- tciary at" State, lead their opponents Ycjng and Paulson respectively by a wide rcargin. There is as yet insufficient figures from precinct? covering the Demo- cratic rumination for governor to in- dicate definitely whether that party y-'H (juaiify for a place on the ballot at the November election. However, if tbc to be heard from report a racio for Bentley and 3Iathie as those already heard from, party nomination is assured. !n many counties, no attention has been maiie to count the Democratic vote and it probably wiil require sev- eral weeks before complete recounting can be niade. i't the 74S precincts from, is given and Mathie, 5.539. The two congressional races, those in the 9th and llth districts, which were more or les? in doubt all day yesterday and last night, have cleared tip somewhat. In the llth, H. H. Peavy appears to have been nominat- ed with more than votes over Congressman Nelson, classed by the anti-saloon league as "next to Vol- stead." hi the Oth district. George Schnei- der, who was also supported by tha league opposed to prohibition, Wiscon- sin dix-isi on. assumed a lead of more than 500 early today over his oppon- ents. Judsre Henry Graas? and Elmer S. Hali. The vote in these two districts stood: 9th district, 234 out of 243 pre- cincts. Schneider, 16.5SO: Graass, Hall. llth district: of 3S5 jpre- cincts. Peavey. Nelson WEATHER Unsettled tonight and Friday with probably and tnundersiorms. Continued warm to- night and somewhat cooler Friday after- noon. i .NFWSPAPFRI WSPAPFR   

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