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   Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - March 7, 1925, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin                                or rain probable to. night and Sunday; in southwest portion tonight. Speak evil other. ELEVENTH 3572. WISCONSIN RAPIDS, WIS SATURDAY MARCH We cannot do evil to otheri without doing it to ourselves. Today 72 Oranges for 25 Cents. The Horse Was the Star. Abore the Knee, Please. 20 Million Feet a Day. 2 By Arthur Brisbane Who, in the cold east "will believe this? Yon drive from Los Angeles to Hollywood, here in Southern Cali- fornia, and along the road are wag- ens filled with yellow ripe oranges, with signs that read "six dozen or- anges for twenty five cents." And that is not a misprint. You a dozen oranges for five cents, dozen for a quarter. Who, in Florida or California will find a way to squeeze out, transport and deliver to homes in the North, EXPERTS amunuAi MAIUJH 7, 1925. M THREE CENTS DEBATE BLOCKS SENATE ORGANIZATION Administration Striving To Save Ta AMENDMENTS ARE FAVORED TO GAIN SOCIALIST VOTES pure orange juice, with the vitaVnins in good working order? The steel monoplane may arrange that. The dashing young man will have his orange juice route, instead of his milk route. A thousand pounds of orange juice would supply many families. As Interesting as the price of or- anges are stories of moving picture euccess, and humble starting. For instance, take Miss Norma Tal- madge, in real life Mrs. Joseph CALLED IN LAST X Bill On Petition For Stevens Schenck. Now she is all dressed in fine spun, knitted green and gold silk, held together, here and there, with big diamonds. No butterfly could look better. How did she begin? She tells you. "It's a simple story that gave me tny first moving picture chance. I was discovered kissing a man, under a photographer's black cloth, the kind they use to cover a country camera. "An intelligent trained horse -lift- ed up the cloth with his teeth and revealed me. 1 J'Was I the star of that picture? No, the horse was the star, and had his name in big letters. I was not mentioned, but I got three dollars day, and my lunch. "And it was a start, which is all Anybody can ask for." i Now Miss Talmadge is paid ten limes as much as the people pay their president, and the horse is no longer the star in her picture. "From Log Cabin to White is fi- I tiancially speaking mild in compari- I ion with movie But, -young ladies on farms and in fcmall cities, do not come crowding J to Hollywood, unless you bring mon- jey enough to last for three months, I fit least, plus enough to take you I home again. Of 100 that come, not Itnore than 10 even secure places as I supernumeraries, at two or three MINUTE EFFORT TO PREVENT DEFEAT OF NEW INCOME TAX MEASURE (By Associated Press) Madison, Mar. conference lasting all morning was held in the office of Governor Blaine between Senator Johnson, chairman of the committee on corporations and taxation ,and others interested in the administration's income tax! bill in an effort to bring the bill into more presentable form for its con- sideration by the senate Wednesday, it was learned today. What change if any in the bill had been made was not announced by any of the conferees when the con- ference broke up at noon. Experts Pass on Changes The administration .bill, invalid of _ the Wisconsin legislature, has in the past few days undergone treatment at the hands of tax specialists called in by the governor and Chairman Johnson. _ An unofficial report of the condi- tion of the bill today- was that it would survive and probably make its appearance in the senate Wednes- SOUTH SIDE POWER PLANT WILL HAVE GREATER CAPACITY ADDITION TO BE BUILT BY NEPCO WILL PROVIDE INCREASE IN HORSEPOWER GENERATED. Preparations for the construction of a horsepower addition to its hydro-electric plant at South Side are being made byMhe Nekoosa-Ed- wards Paper company. The tail race will be deepened and new water wheels will be installed, bringing the total capacity of the plant to about 3.500 horse power. Work will be commenced as soon as the spring period of high water has passed, it was stated today by E- P. Gleason, tiie company's" Ticket to Mexico, Please day, but swathed in one at least fixed by the tax experts. The new amendment is looked up- on as a remedy of the last resort to side step defeat, for the bill in the senate has been prepared to attract the support of the socialist mem- Judge E. Ray Stevens _ Madison, Wis., Mar. Nomina- tion petitions containing more than names were filed with the sec- retary of state today, in behalf of Judge E. Stevens, candidate for justice of th j supreme court, to sue- en- gineer, and the enfqrg-ed plant is ex- pected to be in operation before the end of the year. No arrangements have been made for the carrying out of the work, and it is as yet in- j definite whether it will be done by contract or by the company itself, I Replaces Old Mill Announcement that an addition was to be built to the South Side' power plant was first made about two years ago, when the old frame building of the Centralia Paper com- pany was razed. The old structure, which was part of one of the first paper mills built in the Wisconsin valley, occupied the site upon which the addition to the present hydro- ceed Justice Burr W. Jones, who has electric plant will be built. 3 f scnate wht> heretofore have looked upon it with disfavor. The bill needs tha socialist vote to obtain patmage, according to An on- official poll taken of all up for and against bill. Are Hopeful Administration today would not say what the amendment would contain but were more opti mistic concerning its fate. Senator Cashman of Denmark ex- pressed himself as confident the bill would' pass the senate. This opinion was concurred in by several __ 1-1, in acveicii dollars a day. Many bitter disap- other senate administration leaders Ipomtments and sad stories are here. Senator Cashman said he did not Success is hard always, and hard- consider the amendments as dras- _ tically changing the bill, but declar- Ifer in moving pictures than in other Ivrork. Merely being pretty, and am- jitioup, enough. with curly hair is not Paris rulers of fashion say to wo- men, all over the world: "Wear your skirts above your nees, and paint your red." And (the pathetic fact is that millons of c-omen will wear skirts so short as to be silly, and paint their ears with- ed they were materially expected to win votes for the bill. Deny Investigation Dead Chippewa Falls, Wis., Mar. Wisconsin legislative visiting com- mittee which is nvestigating- the conditions at the Northern Wisconsin colony and training school here de- clared in a statement issued today that the committee wishes to con- tradict and recinds "the statement decided to retire from the bench. The election is April 7. Judge Stev- ens, .whose jurisdiction is the ninth judicial district comprising Jthe coun- ties of Dane and Sauk, -will have as his opponent, John C. Kleist, veteran and lawyer of Milwau- kee. Mr. Kleirt has been a candidate for many offices in the past, neaily always as a socialist candidate. It was only a year or so ago that he broke with that party and has since been affiliated with the republican party. The judicial race for supreme court justice is a non-partisan af- The additional power to be gen- erated will be used by the Nekoosa- Edwards Paper company. Dam Height Unchanged Reports that the height of-'the danr nt South Side was to "be increased were declared unfounded by Mr. j Mexico's most Gleason. It is pointed out that the backwater from the present dam! WEEKS APPROVES CHICAGO'S WATER DIVERSION PERMIT ACTION IS CONDITIONAL UPON IMMEDIATE CONSTRUCTION DIS- OF POSAL PLANT. (By Associated Press) Washington, Mar. on satisfactory progress in the con- struction of modern sewage disposal projects, Secretary Weeks has issued a permit to the Chicago sanitary dis- trict for the withdrawal of 8500 cubic feet per second from Lake Michigan up to December 31, 1929 The conditions further contemplate reduction of the water withdrawal on a progressive scale to cubic feet per second or less at 1935. i Must Spend The secretary's decision, published today, was reached after a recent hearing at the war department in which arguments were presented bv both sides in the long- pending dis- pute between the district and the states other than Illinois over the BORAH AND NflRRIS OPPOSE DEMOTION OF PROGRESSIVES REPUBLICANS WILL REGRET ACTION AGAINST LA FOL. LETTE INSURGENT GROUP. IDAHO SENATOR DECLARES de- own (By Associated Press) Washington, Mar. bate among members of its -___ ranks prevented the republican ma- jority today from completing organ- ization of the new senate. When the republican organization brought in its slate of committee as- signments relegating the La Fol- lette insurgents to places of minor rank, Senators Xorris, republican, and Borah, republican, Idaho, blocked immediate considera- tion. The Nebraska senator protested against hasty action and said he would require some time to consider the committee list presented by the republican committtee on commit- tees. Senator Borah declared re- moval of the insurgent group mem- bers from their positions of seniority, was "impolite, unwise and unfair." Calls Proposal Unfair "It is not only unfair to the mem- bers said Senator Bor- ah, "but it is unfair to their consti- S I venture to say that with- district had applied years feet per second. To effecc the reduction contem- plated by the condition of the permit, involves an estimated expen- diture by the district for IUC.MCO s most DcautJlul and well-dressed fair. Every member of the state legislature, excepting the socialist members attached their names to the petitions of Judge Stevens. are to be stained dark brown or Islue, the eyelashes curled, and the Inside of the nostrils stained bright ut loss of time. Also the eyelids that the investigaion of charges has L- been dropped." The statement, which is signed by Mildred M. Barber, secretary, reads: "To the Wisconsin state legisla- ture and public: "In view of the fact that certain the the and The short skirt, in reason, is sen- ,ible, a step toward common sense, md away from microbes. Red ears, rhen natural, indicate good blood ondition. But for women to wear kirts that would look foolish on a hild, paint artificial health on their ars, curl their lashes and color ieir eyelids, that; seems much. Towever, back of it all there is div- pe wisdom, undoubtedly. Woman is In her way to some grand'destiny. let us observe and admire, but not li'iticise. We can estimate the wealth un- rground in this country. The Farlnnd Oil company strikes a new il well in its Colorado territory. The of the gas, rushing out, twenty lillion feet a day, can be heard for [x miles. If gas were worth one bllar a thousand, which is called li cheap, confiscatory how statements have appeared in daily press in reference to Northern Wisconsin colony mch !oney would that well yield in And the wealth in the ground is srhaps less than the wealth in the r. Floating above every farm, siting to be taken out and used, i ough nitrogen to fertilize many eh farms. We buy nitrogen haul- all the way from South America, d there are billions of tons of it, ove our heads. LITTLE JOE ORl AM AUTO BVSt training school charges being drop- ped, the committee wishes to con- tradict and recind any such state- ments. We shall report to the gov- ernor and "legislature the commit- tee's findings. Any further state- ments not directly from the legis- lative committee will be challenged. The board of control is not to ap- pear at this time because we did not believe its (presence was necessary." Rain and Warm Weather in Proipect Next Week (By Associated Press) Washington, Mar. Weather outlook for the week beginning Mon- day: Region of the Great lakes: Per- iod of showers first half and another during the latter half; temperature normal or above. Upper Mississippi valley: Brief period of scattered showers early part and another latter-half, tem- perature normal or above. Germany to Have Interim President Pending Election (By Associated Press) Berlin, Mar. majority parties in the reichstag have agreed :o frame a measure appointing Dr. Walter Simons president ad inter- j im of the German republic. Dr. Sim- pns is a former foreign minister, and j is now president of the court at Leipsig. It is understood that the decis- ion to make Dr. Simons the tem- porary president until a successor to the late President Ebert is elected was made primarily with the idea of leaving Dr. Luther free to carry on his important work as, chancellor unhampered by the du- ties of the presidential office. now reaches practically to the tail! race of the Consolidated mill at Wis- consin Rapids, making further- in- crease in height impossible, Luzenski Shoe Co. Now in Their New Location The Luzenski Shoe Co. are now located in their new store building in the new Babcock building on Sec- ond street. They were formerly lo- cated in an old frame building on the site of their present location but Athens Man Held In Jail For Assault when the build- j demolished to make room for the new building. They have been doing business temporarily in the old J. C. Penney Co. location across the street. The new building is spacious and well adapted for the new use which the shoe firm has put it to. (By Associated Press) Wausau, Wis., Mar. Reinhold Hoffman of Athens is in jail here in default of bail of waiting preliminary examination chare-inn- wu. rl _ O O supreme Committee Will Not Ask Extradition of Borglum (By Associated Press) Atlanta, Ga. Mar. In response to a suggestion by Governor the executive committee of the Stone Mountain Monumental association, at a special meeting held today, de- cided to withdraw the association's application for extradition of Gut- zon Borglum from the state of North Carolina to stand trial in De- Kalb county for destroying the mo- dels of the Stone mountain confed- erate memorial. Polish Catholic Priest Is Burned Alive; Blame Police (By Associated Press) Kiev, Ukraine, Mar. Andrae Fcdoukobitch, a Polish Ca- tholic priest, has been burned alive in the town of Jitomir near hero.' The authorities allege that his as- sailants were agents of Polish secret police. _ daughte___ a farmer of Athens. The crime is alleged to have been committed Thursday night when the child was return from school. Hoffman -eluded the officers until late yesterday when he was captured and is alleged to have con- fessed. Feeling ran so high at Athens last night that the accused was hurried here for safe keeping, j moved, if this Road Signs Madison, of signs along public highways is proposed by the senate highway committee in a bill which has just been offered. The measure would remove all of the present signs along streets and highways except those that are necessary for the guidance or warn- ing of travel. The county highway committee is directed by the terms of the bill to cause the removal of all signs along county trunk highway systems and it is the duty of village and city offi- cers to remove thfse signs in "their localities. All signs must be re- _-- sewage treatment works of He Can The permit is revocable for failure to comply with the conditions stipu- lated, but the government contem- plates the renewal of the permit on itsexpiration if the city is making -satisfactory progress in ,the con- flow into canal. of sewage treatment works With the sewage treated, most of the city's waste matter will be dis- posed of in solid form and only a 1_ -p.ortion of fluid will the river and drainage Navigation Experts Disagree That system of disposal will re- quire less than half the present di- version for dilution purposes, accord- ng to the government; but the ad- vocates of a lakes-to-the-gulf deep waterway assert that cubic econd feet will be needed to produce proper navigation conditions. It also is contended that the larger amount is needed for the develop- ment of water power. The old per- mit, which the Supreme court re- cently enjoined the city from exceed- ing, authorized a diversion of 4 167 cubic second feet. measure is passed, t I ----7 viijfcj JilCiClkSUiC. iO IJilSSPIl there being open threats of lynch- by June 30, 1925. The state high- ing, it is said the child was severely way commission is also empowered l-_ -t-1 l ___ I J-, 1- _ CiCU injured and may not be able to ap- pear on March 14 for the trial. Driver Killed When Train Strikes Automobile Truck Madison, Mar. Loch- ner, 27, Madison track driver, was almost instantly killed today when the truck he was driving was struck by a Chicago, Milwaukee St. Paul passenger train. Lochner was cross- ing the tracks near a sand pit two miles from the city. Coal Miners Walk Out on Strike Last Night Sidney, Nova Scotia, Mar. complete tie-up of coal mines nas re- sulted from the strike called late last night by members of district No. 12, United Mine Workers of America. Over miners are in- volved in the strike. Senate Votes to Consider Nomination of Warren Washington, Mar. senate voted today to consider in open ses- sion the nomination of Charles B. Warren to be' attorney general. President It Favorable to Shoals Investigation (By Associated Press) Washington, Mar. Coolidge is considering favorably the proposal to name a committee to in- vestigate the Muscle Shoals, Ala- bama, property, with a view to rec- ommending means for its disposal to congress next session. Chamberlain and Herriot Confer; Former Pleased (By Associated Press) Paris, Mar. a two-hour New York Man Considered as Ambassador to Berlin Washington, Mar. 7. of Charles D. Hilles of ls talk with Premier Herriot this after- noon, Austin Chamberlain, the British secretary for foreign affairs, expressed himself as very well sat- isfied with the exchange of vjews. He thought there was no inherent impossibility of reaching a securit- ies agreement that would satisfy Czecho-Slavakia as Well as the other allies. Wrtck Once Imposing Home To Make Room For Industry One of the city's old residential previous to the Nash family moving A n.r J. 1__ I to draft rules for the erection of signs and no advertisement signs shall be used which shall give a guid- ance or warning of travel. Nor shall any enticing sign be erected in any place so as to endanger traffic Fines for violation of this measure would run from to Would Authorize Counties i to Compensate Legislators (By Associated Press) Madison, Wis., Mar. Pay for legislators would be aval able from the counties under a bi introduced in the legislature by th assembly committee on municipal! ties. The measure would permit i county board to appropriate a sal ary of not more than to eacj member of the legislature from the county in addition to the salary paid from the state treasury. Members of the legislature now receive a session. Thus it would Record Number Under Sentence at Milwaukee (By Associated Press) Milwaukee, Mar. Milwau- landmarks, once one of the most im- in. Bernice Wall, Oshkosh, Is Second in Florida Tourney (By Associated Press) Bellcair Heights, Fla., March, Mrs. Dorpthy Campbell Kurd, Philadelphia, won the annual wo- men's golf championship horc today, Waif of (hh- Wis., five up and three to toal match. posing residences in the vicinity, now being torn down as the resull of a transaction recently completed between Frank Garber and the Con- solidated Water Power and Paper company. The residence was for- merly the home of the L. M. Nash family and is being torn down to provide additional space for the pil- ing of pulp near the paper com- pany's pulp shed. Building materials used In the building were all of the finest grade, the builder, J. W. Cochran, using only the best of lumber in -the con- struction of the residence. During the period when the building was un- der construction Mr. Cochran was the owner of a lumber mill in the town of Sigcl and used choice ma- It was one of the in the vicinity and The first story was of brick ven- eer construction and the second story of framework, largest homes was located between Second and i, Third avenues, north, facing Second 2 o- M e the nmendment fpctivt, Sfrnilni. avenue. For approximately thirty years the residence was occupied bv j T TUT XT--U _ _ "I be possible for them to receive 000 under the new proposal. A reso- lution for a constitutional amend- ment increasing the salaries to 000 has been adopted in the assem- and is pending in the senate. If it is adopted by the present legis- lature, approval at the next session and then by the people would be re- o- M s'm'Jf proposals have been by tlie voters several times the L. M. Nash family when it was! Kee-nouse of correction admitted 27 prisoners from Superior, Wis., to- day, serving sentence under federal charges, and established a record for the number of persons under sentence there. The total today in the house of correction numbered 60S with the possibility that this number would be increased early ia the week provided the regular Sa- turday and Sunday collection law violators were taken by the po- lice. Officers at the house of correction are making preparations for the re- ception of any who may be sent to the establishment, and it will be necessary for cots to be if the number increases much more. Fire Departments for Counties Are Favored Madison, County fire de- partments are proposed in a bill of- fered by the assembly state committee. It would authorize coun- ty boards to buy and operate fire fighting apparatus to serve commun- regret this action and will look back upon it as a mistake." Repub- lican campaign speakers, he predict- ed, would have to devote most of their time in "explaining this action to the constituents when they go into these men's states." "You may demote these continued, "but they have the same influence in the senate they always have had. There is a difference of opinion in the republican party, but it is not confined to the leaders but exists among the constituents. If these man stood alone it would be different, but I see men sitting in this chamber today whose seats will imperiled if program eoem through." Senator Watson, Indiana, one of the republican leaders, replied that a political party was organized reality for only one campaign. "I do he asserted, "that in 1924 these individuals left the republican party." Claims He's Republican Senator Brookhart, Iowa, one of those read out of the party, jumped to his feet and immediately chal- lenged the statement "I did not leave the republican he said. "I am a better re- publican than the senator from In- diana. I stand for the principles of Lincoln and Roosevelt, two great re- publicans, and I have shown this by my voting more than the senator from Indiana." Senator Watson replied that insurgents certainly did not repre- sent the republican party as it de- clared itself in its last [platform. "They championed the cause of another candidate for ha continued, "organized another poli- tical party and held another poli- tical convention. They attempted to elect another presidential candidate. If they had their way Calvin Cool- idge would not be president of the United States today. Have Chance to Return In 1928, the Indiana senator added, the insurgents might conclude to re- ium to the republican party, but laving decided to "wreck" it in 1924, :hey had no right to ask now for re- rablican places on committees. Sena- tor Non-is then made objection consideration of committee assign- ments today, saying he wanted time to discuss things with other senators, and when Senator Watson showed no disposition to delay a. de- cision, Senator Borah announced was prepared if necessary to prevent action at today's -session. Senator Curtis of Kansas, the republican floor leader, auggested the matter ities. A recent opinion by the attor- ney general held that they do not lave such authority now. Small :pwns without adequate fire protec- tion would be served by proposed de- partments. terial in constructing the which was partially complete 1 in In 1892 Mr. Nash purchased the residence, making never several purchased by the Consolidated com- pany and moved back to its present ocation. Mr. Garber Intends, to -use' the in completing his building on Fifth avenue north and will dispose of unused material. Two furnaces which were included in the transac- tion will be used to heat the new building. The need for additional pulp stor- age space pranptcd the mill officials to dispose of the property at this time and no building operations are contemplated, it was stated by mill Richland Center Woman Guilty of Slaying Child Baraboo, Wis., Mar. Ef- fie Radel of Richland Center, char- ged with slaying her infant child in a rooming house in Spring Green last November, was found guilty of second degree manslaughter by a jury in circuit court here last night, the jury deliberating five hours and returning a verdict shortly after 8 o'clock. Sentence mav be oronounced Ask Ice Fishing Ban Madison, Wis., A ban on ice fish- ng has been proposed by the assem >ly committee on fish and game. I ias offered a bill to prohibit fish ng through the ice on any water in the st Two Interesting Pages for the Motorist Today TKose Interested in automobile and accessories, and that applies to nearly everybody now will find much of interest in the two motor in thin the Tribune. Turn to pages eight and nine for newt. go over. Democrats Neutral The way previously had been pared for the carrying out of the recommendations of the republican committee on committees for the re- moval of the insurgents from their, present rank-ba standing commit-, tees by thajinate'a approval yester- day of a Tiiplation creating an tva place each of the eight com-" mittees. A republican thus can bt assigned to fill each vacancy ing from the placing of the ents outside of the party rank. By this program Sena tori La Follette of Wisconsin and Ladd jf North Dakota would be removed from their committee chairmansUpVt and Senators Frazier and Brookhart" from their committee ranks. The fact' that the democrats had detormiaad to keep strictly out of the fight on matters of committee as- signments ,WM thought to tie doubt that the profraat would fot deMMeratk TS> eft JtMtfint minority tafar committee at at whch 'iMMfe   

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