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   Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - July 6, 1925, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin                                Unsettled, with local thun. dentorms in east and south pot (ions this mfterinoon or tonight, cooler tonight; lues- day probably (air, cooler in east portions. _C .0. N-S .T R U C T I V E W S :P A P E RC S3 Look up. my wearier broth- er; tny fellow-workman there, in eternity; vixing thrrr. thry vjvjnjf; AacrnI of the Im- i of empire of I Carlyle. fWELFTH 3673. Today .WISCONSIN RAPIDS, WIS., MONDAY JULY 6, 1925. PRICE THREE CENTS 1 The Turtle's Chance. The Earth Is an Egg. i Monkeys NOT Our Fathers. I "Obey" or "Tolerate." '-----'By Arthur Brisbane Every one remembers the fable of the turtle that won the race from the latter being too sure j of himself. 1 There are HUMAN turtles and j hares, and many a race is won by j HOLIDAY WEEK-END CLAIMS 160 LIVES RUDOLPH YOUTH SAVED AT LAKE EMILY, NOW DEAD Urge Nations of World to Unite in War Upon Menace of Communism (By Associated Press) Geneva, July petition asking I NEAR DROWNING: COLLAP- SES IN AUTO: DIES IN POINT HOSPITAL against communism sent today to all governments by the "Interna- tional Entente Against the Third In- ternationale." This organization with headquar- to sleep at the wrong time. After the Fourth of July is sleep- ing time for the hares among us. They flop, murmuring "There is no use killing and sleep until October. Some do not wake up even of a Rroup of picniclcers at >n -i thm. I Einilv on Julv Fourth, but thc heroic Potion presents communism It is not pleasant to work hard wnrk of several Rudolph youths: Brave peril threatening to cn- in tii" hottest wrather. but thc pro- Lavwl one of their number from an PIf all countries and pleads for of achieving success has many !untimely death from drowning, only international Death nearly spoiled the celebra-1 at Geneva represents anti-bol- unpleasant features, including have the efforts in vain, for Wil- vork. renting, sleeping season liam Fry, 17 year old adopted son the worker's of 'Edward Fry. died Sunday in Michael's hospital of Stevens Point ns where communist progaganda is dis- seminated. "The Third Internationale is an enemy of the league of Nations. It has urged communists to oppose the application of thc Dawes plan in Germany. "It is assisting the campaign to prevent Germany's entering the league." The petition is signed by Theodore Aubert as president of the perman- ent bureau of the International En- cooperation against j tent Against the Third Internation- that menace. It prompt action j ale. "beforo has further op- portunity to grip the vital? of na- tional national security and na- it result of exhaustion 'and strain I tkmal instruments of law." and pro- caused by the terrible experience of, agreement among the various 'n narrow escape from drowning. He i governments to prevent prepaiation of mi ch.-.nce. The right work will put him so far nhf-rtd by October that the hare, will never catch up. >n narrow escape _. Young gentlemen with ambition, "collapsed in the automobile he j in one country for revolutionary ag- THY IT. jriding home in after the picnic at j in others. Thn-e that read today -Bernard -Lake Emily and taken to the' im--'-; ar'.icl" on thc Tennessee trial hospital, never to recover conscious- under-tand the attitude of mod- ness. Sank Three Times yountr Fry had ponr to Iwike Em- with fhe Robprt The communication in part say: "Proofs of the seriousness of the situation are that revolutionary at- Aged Point Man Found In Mill Race PRICE FIXING ON GASOLINE TO BE TESTED London Daily News Raps Coolidge Speech; Says Peace Cause III Served (By Associated London. July C The Daily News "'8 President MARKET COMMISSIONER S A YS NO PROSECUTIONS WILL HE Coohdge Cambridge address. Such spcechc" do not serve the cause ot MADE POST PRICES MUST err -c-f nee toward that Itarvin. while he never said that from monkeys, and nM-T that they did, thought iaimii that the vancus forms of life to sppml thp He rut their det'iny here on earth wcnt beyond his depth as; rrr.cd more or Irfs by chance can- hp snnk'bcjow the surface with a cry; ditions. described "the struggle f After going down the third' evince" and the "survival ot Jtjme. several of his friend-; Earl the fittest." JRaughman. William Scott and Al- 'bert Locher of Rudolph wlio were thinkers attach loss im- in another picnic party came to jiortaneo to those two shibbo'eths of-assistance, rescuing him. He wa? Drrvinism. Men do not stand erect, resusticated. Later he left in coin- on' their "hind legs" with their hands J pany with the Ransom familv by an-1 free to work or kill because their j tomobile for their homo in Rudolph apelike ancestors, walking up steep i but collapsed in the car. hills gradually leained to walk erect. That position was inborn in the; I (Special to The Tribune) tempts or achievements are already stevens Point> body of evident in many countries, China (A white> 80( pioneer Stevens being the latest oxample. Pointer who disappeared Thursday LEGION HOLDS DEFENSE MEET Madison, Wis., July an opinion from Attorney General Herman L. Ekern, Edward Nord- man, director of the state depart- ment of markets, declared today that the Icgaliy for gasoline dealers to charge different prices depends in all cases on the intent and the quee- tion of Irgality can bo determined only on a court test case. Must Post Prices Mr. declared that for the present there would not be pro- secution.! but that dealers will be forced to their price? so pur- chasers may determine for them- selves whether the price ranges are peace and can do no good in Amer- ica, while in Europe they do posi- tive harm, the story adding: "The implication in this and sim- ilar speeches appears to be that love of peace is almost exclusively an American virtue, and that the en- Find Body ofMarshfield Boy In Pool mities distracting Europe havp tr.eir roots in a savage passion for war itself. "These cnmitie? from no such thine: hut from jealousy fear, from which America is free if she is free not owing to her su- perior righteousness. but simply through historical and geographic accidents." 44 BODIES BROUGHT FROM BOSTONCABAREl AITO CRYSHES AND INKS TAKK HEAVIEST FATALITIES OCCUR, J.N WISCONSIN. (By Associated Chicajro, July enrl accidents resulted in at least Itio deaths throughout the merican statesman prescribing fi .....___w Europe ought first to master the j broujjtit tiie and the symptoms of her "tnfoiili' on' "There is not a word in Mr. Cool- The paper that any A- for i'dge's speech which suggests that u p ho ever t.ied to do thK Such when a Boston builf1' -peeches are worse than they are either exasperating plati- tudes or else mean something which can only be at. in which case s collapsed on more than luO persons in a cabaret. Fourth of July celebrations resulted fatally for 18 persons and air ___________ they Dimply import another element crashes killed two. MarshfieM, body of Of darkness and uncertaintv into Herman Ihlenfeldt, 14, who failed to return to the home of his par- ents here last night, was recovered fair to them. Conferences have been this mornjn'j, from the swimming held between oil dealer? and mem- j poo, at }iarshfield Country club. "America among the countries j of Jast week> was founa I morning in the race of the Consoli- J dated Water Power and Paper com- I pany mill here. White's hands were I bound together in front of him with stout twine. His death was pro- nounced a clear of suicide. The dead j i ne  (iie-i vicorousir as originally planned up juander iiv- v I on July 2 at Grand Rapids, Mich, j for thc ,ast g0 (iays  Cambcll to roniva! of the fittest play their j attcntion thc nccc.a-ilv for prompt! gave a report of the advance ,urt. ?t-nr-gl" to live the 'ctjon jf thp sUtc con .Uion of the special committee choos- f-.om a Mrall land animal to ventions arc to be ncld. ing the Ellis plant as a s.te for the r -ff- rn.Tnmal. The whale I billeting of n local army unit, should f-.cic.on in the British museum j "We desire above all that the the occasion that the govern- dwarfed nnd useless, the county conventions be absolutely n'ent ordered an enlistment of a lo- thigh bones that used to it representative, but time is so Miort (cal company. The plant with its' parlors here on July Bruland was born in this city, thc daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Pavinski, who preceded hcr in death. She leaves, besides hcr lated the act by affirmative teach- j with her grandparents, Mr. ing that man has descended from j Mrs. John Virbitski, now dead. a lower order of animals. "Before he went to New YorU to consult the American Civil Lib- Call For Reports Of All Federal and State Banks (By Associated Washington. June The comp- husband. a sister, Mrs Mary hoz- of thfi currcncy nacki of Plover, and a fof comlition of an Frank Pavinski of this city. Sho I banks at of busincs. made her home for many years an Madison. June A call for thc K'on committee who had of the Defense Day meeting. ed as saying: 'Evolution docs not teach that man spring from a mon- and it was said that Scopes had not gone so far as to teach I that man has descended from a j lower form of animals and had not really violated the condition of all state banking asso- I ciations of June 30 was issued today n n o I bv the state banking commissioner. Green Bay-Wausau Bus Is sons paying their first visits to tha club. Others were those of ha- bitues. One man, his wife's picture in the .packet over his heart, wai found in the arms of a dead wom- an. Occasionally a worker picked up a bottle of spirits of whisky unbroken by thc force that wrecked so many lives. There are several untouched parts in thc debris that may hold more as they were breaking away from5 bodies. Early last night the dis- profc.--, coverics came in such quick suc- middlc- j cession that thc total number of known dead rose rapidly from 19 to 37.' Then work was more difficult. It took some times an hour to ex- tricate a single body. Kewaunee, Wis., July TY Kuehl, 23, a former member of the dairying business. He urged cooper- j Kewaunec Coa5t ?ave hi, lifa otifl fhoTl band who sponsored the celebration.' Mr. WPP officer of tiie day j and John Tenpas was chairman. Commended Farmers of "76 Mr. Wright in his speech" com- mended thc farmers of 1776 for their courage on breaking away from tho tyranical rule of England and he compared thc organized farmers with his pioneer ancestors, insofar thc thc the tyranical rule and sional exploitations of men and speculators. Senator Schuman discussed thc 1 subject close to his heart, thc Milk Producers Ass'n.. laving especial- upon the marketing end of the ation and organization, saying- that vcstenlay aftsrnoon in an attempt icnly.by orpan.za ion could the farm- J pctcr, B fc oj who i r 1 f CrS Pr Cv 'VC IPglF'a 'T1' seized with cranjns while At ManiZaleS, Colombians labor was able to dc- swimmi off thc breakwater in tha mani1- Fire Causes Big Loss I ville was the object of apprehensive report will he forwarded to the area fornia's interior Indian race, en- slaved, then killed off by Spaniards long ago. Every intelligent man. for hi- ov.n infoimntion nnd of laws belonging to thr dark should mail book or- Par-1 wini'm. which give- the of theory. And man should read Yank Kills Chinese Who Was Attacking Constable (By Associated Shanghai. July Chinr--e nbout to attack a municipal consta- book alxtut "Mutual Aid j from behind nnd killed n Factor in Evolution." A great borr, yesterday by a sailor from the lenmed proves United States destroyer Mcnl.cifch, comvnnder from state to fed- Local Ledon men and court-. Dr. Xral was prepared. were veil tilen-ed with the of ll believed, to ask Jiidge Jonn "the Pay conference. Gnro the State-; di- 'attrndrd by of ronrt for middle to mrn. men. and la- isMIP n temporary retraining order hor against the prosecution of the Total Loss From Fire (By Associated Press) Green Ray, July j dotroyed a motor bus near! here late yesterday when tho foot received by the consulate general of Following the speaking program j ed by calls for help. HP was seen board ignited from an overheated j Colombia today reported thc destruc- (dinner hour was enjoyed. There was to step out from the holiday crow-l exhaust. Lester Brown, driver, was j tion by fire of a largo part of the a good fellowship among thc cele- j On. the pier and jump in with (By Associated Press) New York, July cablegram Enjoy Program swimming oil harbor here. The double drowning occurred when Kuehl's attention was attract- alone in the machine when the fire'eity of Manizales. 110 miles north- started. He escaped without injury. of Bogota, the capital of Co- The IUH was owned by the Dcjlombia. The commercial section of Luxe Motor Car company of Green I the city wiped out. the cable- Hay, and was to be operated be-1 gram with a estimated at twcen here and lover .'20.000.000. brators. who patronized the conces- j clothes on. Eye witnesses say he sions well. Races and games occu-1 Was attempting to strike the drown- nied the attention to young and old.. man On the head when the The ball game a big feature of ter seized him about thc neck cut- the day's event, the Seneca team de-j tine On" hi  of the who hiruirufTc'l ami tied to n tree ing the to advance on t'no i jn i.-, fronl mill. -4 companion of the arrested iirrr. leader. wn< about to spring on Bowman nnd were in a orcurird in this city and vicinity over the week end. thr moet serious coming early Sunday morning when n car driven by Edwin Kale of Ra- cine into r. telephone post on road 1" west of the city. point tl-e (ireen Bav A- Western crosses the road. Kale ouite badly cut about fare .inii head avi w-as takei to nicht on statc road 13 west of the city when a car driven by F. L. Rinc- j of a prominent family here, is dead I at St. Mary's ho.-pital as result The committee expressed apprrcia-' of a broken neck received whilo tion of thc attendance at the; swimminc celebration and thc of the night. hart. Neillsville. ran into a Ford car! people nt the concession which struck that standing along of thejtunied road. Rir.chf.rdt vas quite bad'y rut jSpor.'i about the face in the The] Forr! c.nr wa- owned by proceecis to thc Car l.nrdj i Or, highway Dilch .'i. noith of the e, iew hospital where he is reported jrity. a Hupn.ohil" cni.pp driven bv Capture Three of Four j Convicts Who Escaped! s rero1. eiitig. to stnry guen police hv P. A. Gregory. was quite badlv w-l-.en it careened into a ditch. Gicgory rot injured to ratne to .anv extent in tiie ace bnck of the constable when he wa shot by thc American sailor. I Joe Martin Seriously HI Jo-eph J. Mai tin, former well known Wisconsin Rnpids residen; v ho been a patient in a Chicago saiiatoiium for the sever il months. U now seriously ill at tli" home of broth i. Will Martin, Ilii-. city. Mr. c tccaidcd as yuite serious. the corner near the railroad Instead of making the corner it carccr.rd into thc ditch and -iii-iii -mi- M r en n i lntfl n telepiione p'tle, break condition result'of  .in-i> "y r.i niiini. i-uu JU..JPC reoehed in target pr.T't'i-e' h ami car by Allen Welch. Eau ho a th- r rraKing thCjClairr. damaging the car to! national gur.rd todav r ,1 and dam-, a slight rxtrnt. This acidcnt oc- declared Valid'hv Attorney General fi -nely. on Grand avenue, this eity. Herman L Ekern. i-or.ed in nf motorist Two Fords .niso fiptirnl in a crash near Barren at Solon Springs last In (living thc youth's hca-J the bottom. Duluth Man Killed Duluth, Minr. Herman CHby w.is killed and I.oui- Church anl Donald Dcpoe were in- iurc'i when the machine in which j they were riding plunged over nn I'ir.I'anl.rii'-r.t on a road leading in'.o j the city late yesterday. in- I jured iiT'ii expected to rcco-.er. 1 Claim Two Wi-., July [.dead and nine other-, are receiving 1 trfatm.'r.t as th" rrMilt of holi'ir.y work-end accident.? near Sa- acmjrthp car quite was picked up by a motorist i Two Fords aho figured in a crash and taken to the local hospital. Escape When Car Tips Friday night, on the Eighth street road .voi-th of the city, a Ford car driven by Emmet Xeitrel and occu- pied by Alf.x. Miozcrk turned turtle, wrecking the car completely. Both Mroicek and without any   mnrhiiic. Win., July Mrtko was killed in an Accident early Sunday morning when mi automobile Atrnrk by a Kim Line paurngrr train rn-ar hTe. wife rrceivrd injuries that wit! probably prove fjtal.   

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