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Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - December 26, 1922, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin l- TRIBUNE NINTH WISCONSIN RAPIDS. WIS., tBESDAY DECEMBER PftTCE THREB CENTS HE LAKE DYNAMITERS KNOWN DEATH Of SENATOR 0. G. KINNEY MAY CHANGE CONTROL VICTORY OF ANTI-ADMINISTRA- TION FORCFS 1ST SfFCLAl. ELECTION' WOtfLO GIVT. 16 VOTES Superior, Wis. O. C. Kin- ney, state senator ,relect from the Eleventh district, here at 2 o'Hock this niominjf Ing a long death will necessitate a special election to fill the vacancy, the outcome of -which will have an important influence upon thi> 1923 Wisconsin legislature. Sye Mar Try Axain Senator R. J. Nye. who was defeated by Mr. Kjnney, has in- timated that he will be a condidat- -if the governor calU a special elec- tion would give the opponents of Governor Blame's admimstrntten Ifi votes aa sgainsf'14 for the progre slvc faction to which Kinnev belonged and might result in the organization of the senate in op- position to the governor if three Mihraukee socialists, who the balance of power, fail to the administration. In view of the importance given to the vacant seat by both factions, a hard fought battle is Tribune Cameo Good Scouts Thanks say the Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune riers. who were rememberea so gener- ously by the subscribers in this ettr and neighboring tow-ns wljftre Tribune is carried by'the boys. There was a tot of rejoHnj around the rear door of the .totlay when the boys exchanged srories of the KOtKi things did for Chrisonas but they were all good Scouts'" was the characteristic and general description by the Car- riers of Tribune who gave liberally from ;heir pocket hooEs when the boys presented their (Treetuigs-wich eatendars-on morning. And it wis not money alone, for man> of tfte bifVi other valuable gifts Besides cash. It goes without saying that the gifts were appreciated and proceeds' go to worthy Urge Badger Senators To Back Civil Service Bill Madison, The state Anti-Saloon League today urged Sena- tors LaFolIette and Lenroot'to support the bill now before congress to place prohibition enforcement agents under civil service and thus take out of politics. In a letter to the the league asserted that agents are now appointed chiefly fur political rea- sons and for that reason arc often r.ot the men best suited to the work. It was also pointed out tha; men owe their -appointments to politics and have not the safeguard of servic> rules to protect them against nummary discharge, are not likeJ> to press in- vestigations which might involve who gave them positions or their friends- MT Neck Piece; lit [If girl memberevi toy Sar.u abjy out over the loss of a prMty ftir fthtrh lost jr> Pr.n A S rhii.i l.vt u.e fur fu. arid to.ik ii U hf-r home, ll if HcUe giH who itif I'ur ft ill -ort ndfaards. No. :1.S identify the fur. it will fep over Press Search For Missing Tug HIGHEST CHRfSTMAi SAYS MARKETING TEMPERATURE FOR NOT PRODUCTION PAST FIFTY YEARS. GREAT PROBLEM Holiday Liquor Arrives BE TBK >F ruRrrv rn-i- CBRICT- VS 0 VV HAD THR .-a V HE TEMPER ATI MARK S vftfiVH With UJA amount r.f snow- chat cnniriiufiiLy had pvpe-ri- enre.1 in many yc-ar-t Saint cf undving fame1. usherftt in 'he dr.y season tu Wisconsin Minus ihrt fervices of famed Pun- tier and faithful for many BIil NEED IS TO PlNTi MEAN'S oisr-osLVfi ANT> OK M Vtf ASSERTS' De--. leaders should slacken their efforts _ increase production and concentrate" their efforts to a solution of problems; by poor markfts making it im- if. Dispose of large stocks pro- Edward NorJman. commission-1 er of markets, declares, today in (By of the light >ir. Niir.tm.tfi is of the opinion that j pwit a lirno in ihe city making J and professional men. as well ihe many happy Before con: jxs some farmers .are afraid of pro- .imiing journey in .t rtyin? For.l and fear any that mljfht The unnatural warmth an.l lack of hrinir a change from the present. This, any great amount ruined the he is largely the cause of de- Clevelanrt. forJopmion that Monday was the warm- the tuff Cornell Thursday greater vigor than which disappeared today with before -intwilh- Christmas day ever experienced in district. Old although tuf- on ctstes. almost'were unani- agriculture- and the distribution of wealth. 3hun New -The one reason why mduUrial standing the. fact that the that was the warmest J are uaabte to wrestle its crew- of ciptit men was practically J Christmas day in orpr fifty years. jwitli economic problems Is that most given up as lost last night, emoorature 33 of tberti" in stale and A fleet of twelve motor boat's According to weather reports fur- 1 anLtquated methorl5: to constantly mov- of Ihe United State-? Guard. by George T. Ntxon. jjovem- j Ins: changing he ?aiiL joined the four tugs in the search, and j v.-esther for thi? (listrict "The most of this upon a systemetic murrey of the maximum temperature resmered kinc of tendency is found among sup- MEN INVOLVED IN MURDER SET OFF BLAST IS BELIEF V.NA EVPLOSTOX PART OP ATTnifPT tfi REMOVE BODIK3 RINTtFE OFFICIAL whole southern and eastern part of In liapkb: -10 above zero posedly enlightened and educated peo- ple who deal large bike. In addition, airplanes, upon. while the lowest 2fi with an pie who deal with large inter- orders from Washington, prepared-to age of X above zero. In searching I ests in so far as these relate to gener- start from the government flying field back.ntords established by the locsl a! industrial problems. here to search the shores %f the lake, weajier office, Mr. Xixon found that "There is no doubt but that there out. The tug which "put into Ashta- yesterday with but one exception, w as are produced greater Jart aighCafter working [the first Christmas day during the last of wealth than there is a market for. down the shorts of the lalte from Erie, '20 years that the temperature had.ever In view of this unquestioned fact It .Pa., .resumed rtte- search, Tand other been above the freezing: This ex- would; seen- that leaders were-taiftf prepared to put eeption tKe should slacken: their efforts so far as mum temperature was 34 degree? production Is concerned and concen- Cause .a Mysierj 'above zero. Last the minimum j trate on reasons for poor markets The cause of -the disappearance is a temperature was 2K degrees below t which are the result of unequal dip- total mysterv as as'i? known zero and a twehe ir.ch average the Cornell was in excellent condition snowfall was experienced by this lo- i Progress is Checked when she left the harfcor last Thurs- cahty in comparison with the one inch "This being the case one would nat- day. IX S. Inspector of hulls ?aid 'that we now have. urallr-thlnlc that the bankers, manu- that she -was found perfectly seawor- A fcUni} Summer Day jfacturers, lawyers and all the thj in even' whtn ft'aa ex-' OUi ?ettlers. who up with this business and professional men j ornined August, That Cornell Jias taken fire was they had most commonly J4D above and that fanners accomplish men a great deal of their plowing dur-jcl jMSSftnlity thit'thp'boileVs hatl tKe period and How holiday boose arrives to Irrigate the Great American Deport is shown by the -tbove pictures, taken outs Me the three mite limit on" the of Lcnjj X. Y. The upper picture -hovcs a plane which came out ro Hieet the Mystery J. (below) beln? loaded with liquor irom the wJiich put out from the booze carrier. Below the Mystery J. for picture as she appeared upon her arrival from the Bahamas with her a for Xexv York's thirsty. The Mystery J. said to be one ol the best k: in and up-to the present hat been a phantom as far prohibition agents are concerned. Hard Luck Story Fails To- Impress Local Banker; ENGAGES OFFICfALS IN VATC CONVERSATION'. THEN. DEHANDS- MONEY; ORDERED OUi settlers, who up with this of business and professional men, FROM CITY BY CHIEF PAYNE. district, claim that Christmas day lS70 are looked to for glance m these' remperature-' ofitnatters would let up m other things; A middle aged man giving the name tiers aecomDiish- iand the! renergies to a. solution ot George Skalak and claiming bijj But. the ton. 33 his home men are -as loath "to OFFICIALS IN PKI- State Adjutant Peterson Of Legion To Speak Here ISIPK who the charge (iynantitf1 :n l-a. Pourchf- last week which .-cnc u. the- the bodice of Daniels and Thomas Richards. .Mcr men who had been tnt'inff since they were kidnapped by a masked and hooded band August arc- known, and they can be taken. into custody at any time, according to by ho have bpcn eotv-
-_ TI -.__ needed help. Chief Payne ihis has been in Stevens Point for Ul A UU1V home and found the same charcaier the anrf who unti, tor a hearing the latest version Chief Payne. took the man back to the city hal! vhere he Vas held until train time OHIOKtllf rrOTCS fatU by the Soo line. he was officially escorted to the train and wished a Merry Christmas j .To Wisconsin Mother by a member of the police department, CMSed Report Sarah Bemhardt r i t j j dreattyimproTea today Paris, Dec, 25 Sarah Bernharcfr reported to be greatly improved by the pipe which she was fire w whtch she was wearing proved fatal to Mrs. piunket of Foouiile, The flames were extingulsh- children, but not until it too late to her. this morning attending: in the noted actress asserted out of danger, h if the pronounced eondltlon continued very'probiMy tbat 'been prepared for her. ScTVC Buffalo r A special buffet lundi (or the hers of the Elks lodge his been the Elky clwb-tliis; evening, Linch will follow'the rwlit meetihf Richmond of Chicago is spen4--Uod8e -which is scheduled for this evetf: int a weefc the hoipe of tis -ingT- v Club Women Renew Fight Against Fatty Arbuckle New York. Dec. protest against the reinstatement of Roscoe "Pattv" Arbuclde was telegraphed to W. JL Hays today by Mrs. Wordelt Chapman, chairman of the committee on moving pictures of the National Women's Federation. The federation is always ready to aid anyone who wants to come back, Mrs, Chapman said, but not at the ex- pense of the general public. She said that such a step ivould merely bring back to die public mind the degrading story of Virginia Rappe murder trial. WEATHER
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