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   Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - July 23, 1925, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin                                Fair in cut portions; on- settled with probably ers in went portions tonight or Friday; somewhat warmer in west and central tonight and in southern por- tions Friday. A'___C O N-STR U C T I V N E W S PAPER'. Mr nub rMklrrn. Iff u. love in wnrd. neither in Iwt. Kur. but in deed and in truth. 1-J.lS. TWELFTH 3688. .WISCONSIN RAPIDS, WIS., THURSDAY JULY 1925. PRICE THREE CENTO Today JNo Evidence? Nonsense. One Killed. It Pays. Superstitious Millions. I To the Last Alan. i 1 By Arthur Brisbane----- "I find no evidence of immortal- says Mr. Dafrow of the Scopes tiial. He is mistaken. He DOFS find evidence of immortality. The best evidence is the fact that all of us, iiu'ini.ug iMrrovv, LONG for immor- tality. instinctively believe in it. j CONDEMNED MAN WILL DIE ON NV.tme and Providence do not de-1 GALLOWS AT SUNRISE UN- CHINESE BANDITS MURDER AMERICAN HOPE FADES FOR RUSSELL SCOTT AS NOOSE NEARS Out on the Deep Blue Sea LKSS BROTHER SURRENDERS TO AUTHORITIES mvo or mock us. If immortality i veie r.ot our destiny, we should not ail be of it and desiring it. A diop of watir going over the;   slender- of immortality." t would't believe thiead of remote possibility tint it i- on its way hack to the j bangs the change of Russell Scott t ocean, whence it once come, and tint j escape death, awaiting him on the in to come it will again go up sallows at sunrise tomorrow. to the clouds, then fall to the earth rru. and roll down to the ocean. Th.'  rtoor and death was practically i signed with Robert's name instantaneous. j and later established as a hoax caus- Our civilization, which is so wor- Governor Small to prant a week'? J: .1 nbout scientific teachings that reprieve six hours before the time SEEK TO BLOCK 'MONKEY'TRIAL IN WASHINGTON NATIONAL CAPITAL WANTS NO REPETITION OF I) VYTON CASE; PLAINTIFF SAYS HE IS FRIEND OF EDUCATION (By Associated Washington, July for- ces representing the city of Wash- ington today set themsVcs to task of nipping in the bud an exposi- tion in court of theories of evolu- tion ns contrasted with the .Bible teachings such was held at Day- j ton, Tenn. Corporation Counsel Frances Stephens, on whose shoulders _ un Ui Larchmont Breakers, Larchmont. N. Y.. show? most of the contending fall the duty of defending school offl- closely grouped together as they turn at the half-nay buoy for the final sail down to the finishing line. I ciah again't the court attack of L. j H. Wittner, declared today he had rn to contradict the bible, ought set for RussellV execution last Fri- FIND PROFESSOR SAFE BUT DAZED to liuve something to say about thc law.; that deny the ten command- j nrnts and decency, authorizing prize j "No eleventh hour circumstance-; fighting with the accompaniment of. will halt thj execution this man-laughter, constant brutality j the only public indication from the and the dissemination of governor made in a letter from his.y JOSEPH V. COLLINS, STEVENS POINT EDUCATOR. TURNS UP IN EDINBURGH AFTER THREE DAY SEARCH Meet to Discuss Proposal For Paving of Highway 10 tion program for the next three years for Highway in between Stc Point and Portage was scheduled for discussion at a meet- ing of the highway committees of already found Wittner's complaint full of technical errors. Wants Federal Test In going to court to stop nayment of teachers' salaries on thc ground 1 that they were violating a provision of last year's District of Columbia j appropriation bill against the tcach- T.CC and disease that go with it. j secretary to Windsor, Ont., friends Of hundred mil'ion human bc'r.gs on earth, fouiteen hundred are superstitious txvelve hundred millions are INTENSELY supersti- of Scott, to save him. Admits Telegram a Fake The telegram on which gover- nor Scott last Fjiday is now admitted to hax-e been a fake. London. July Joseph aushara nnd Portage to receive ratification of the county ictor Collins of Stevens Point. with J- of supervisors from the three ho disappeared Monday evening! state highway engi- counties, it is pointed out. 'lf K .i-i I upprupnunun 0111 against me icacn- 1 he highway committee gathering. Of "disrespect for the Holy Bi- could be no more than a discussion Wittner seeks to throw the of this proposal, if this is thc one: whole issue of scientific instruction to be made, for the plan would have who disappeared ?ionriay evening! with mysterious suddenness white traveling by motor bus between his Three County Pool pointed May Join Plans In court house circles it is not in schools before the federal court. The corporation counsel said, how- ever. Jilt he would try to block the proceedings' in the initial stage des- pite the fact that such a course hotel and King's Cross station, has! No dtpfinitc "'or'1 was g'ven n? to believed that highway 10 ca'ri win 'leaves opportunity for new" action, been found in Edinburgh, whither he j .OTiS over highway IS in Por- was originally bound to attend the In China, fighters punish their enemies by digging up graves of their ancestors. In that respectful j land to d'g up a man's great grand-1 father is a v.orse injury than to kill I the man. leaving home he Wok a powerful charm belonging toTitfc older broth- er, trho. as the ship sailed, yelled a cwrse at him from the dock, and the cutse worked. tut. iAijuiibi.t.11 lu ircirtl .1 Inivv. James M. Ball, a Detroit tne !of Lducation associations. The police said Prof. Collins had been found last night by the Edin- burgh police, apparently in a dazed condition. They were unable to give further details as the telegram they received from Edinburgh was very brief. It indicated, however, that Prof. Collins was returning to Lon- er, admits he signed Robert Scott's J name to the message. There has been no other reason to hope for the return of Robert Scott than that fake tflegram. A Mohammedan arrives from In-1 srott never been heard dia, sick, pale, at the point of death.. fronii 50 far as is )5nowni 5jnce the discussed by the county road It was how- ever, that the proposal made in a let- ter last winter by Mr. Donaghcy that these counties pool the gasoline tax allotments in one fund for the purpose of constructing 10 with con- _crcte from Portage to Stevens Point, tags county so far as permanent con- of the murder, April 2. 1921. i don, today. _ Robert made no move to save his brother when the hour of his hang- ing approached last Friday. Neither Journey a Mystery When nnd under what circum- stances he proceeded to the northern rtiows. as your Christian from h'im .he fatal .it i0 nunnern Scott nor hi" friends nor attorneys j capital arc not known. When he can say they hope for any other sitm parted from his daughter aboard thr Scientist friend will tell you, that it took hold on the poor Mohamme- dan's "mental mind." In nncient they passed laws you to make a wax fig- ure of your enemy pin rach day rntil Many still believe in figures. again draws near. Small Ignores Pleas An-i although be has been bus IIP was going to the station to Four Killed As Storms Sweep East take up a reservation alreadv secur- _ _ cd for. the night train.- but after his New orjf' 23--Four 8OIW klllcd b' daughter had notified thc police fairlv his disappearanceascertaned killed by lightning in York and north- make a wax hg- wjth letters an'd appeals for that Prof. had not called for f. to st'ck into it a j mprcy Gov. SinaU has {the ticket. This appeared to con- i] the enemy rtiea. no move tn aRajn the firm his wife's and his daughter's i-e in thoso wax _ courfe of justjce- Springfield it fears that some mischief had befall- "Irc--. was said that in spite of nil the to- And then there the Scopes trial, jn Scott.s M hinf; happened to alter his position in the Thirty-four Minnesota volunteer.- in the war formed a "Last j Man's club." dub has just held Another deluge of appeals to Presi- its fortieth annual reunion. Four j Coolidge also has gone unheed- nre living, one too ill to attend. One of the three present was unable to stand, so they drank to the last man titting. One of thrse days there actually will be on thH earth some last m-n. woman, or last child. For in time this world die. Science and the Bi- fears that some mischief had befall- en him. An energetic hunt was be- gun and was continued throughout Tucsdav and rrsrpnt! tempted to climb a tree to dislodge __ 4____________ i _A i__ messages were circulated and a de- ern New Jersey yesterday. Crops of tobacco, hay and grains were flattened by the severe storm in New Entcland and upstate New York. A It-year-old boy was killed by in Brooklvn when he at- Saya Ignorance Glorified "Congress is trying to stifle edu- I VjUIIKlt-SS la LIAIllK MHIt VUU- n VhntfCVer Wittner said todav. "The pl.in is advanced for tha construe-, difference between the trlM1 HSW hh th' 10 inrongn, ims casc js -ugt ,n ii-Uu ,0 "H? !the Scopes trial the issue was wheth- follow Highway 18 work, is prevail- Pr thc legislaturp ?hould sng public sentiment in the county, scribe thc in the school. n i- f i Here congress says that the curri- the talk of construction for ....I..- i Highway 10 south of Stevens Point, j will roads could be constructed. Accord to a point with inane ideas j of a people of years ago. Con- Dry Sleuths Get Evidence Here, Kellner Accoiuing to information receiv- ed from local officer.- -tate prohibi- tion agent> evidence agam-t two licenced sitt drink in Wisconsin Rapid-- and om- at Ktll- ner in raid- conducted quietly Wed- nesday night. Tlie agents came from Point, nftt-r having made a number of in Portage and Marathon countie- Tue-div anU Wednesday. The soft drink conducted by Ma.-on, First Etrfet north, and that of Gus Schuelke, Grand av- enue, were the local places where wet evidence is alleged to have been procured. At Kellner, it is said, li- quor law violation evidence was found in the parlor conducted by Bob Mtd- daugli. No arrests been made as 33 far as could be learned, but it is understood that for the proprietors of the three places will be sworn out this afternoon and ar- rests will follow. At the Mason place, it is alleged, the agents caught Billy Jonnson, bartender, in the act of pouring out a drink of liquor for himself. The drink and pitcher which contained "the supply'1 were confiscated by the raiders. ASKS CHANGE IN SCHOOL SYSTEM RANCH OWNER IS SLAIN, DOCTOR IS HELD CAPTIVE PALMER KILLED WHEN OUTLAWS RAID HOME- WOMEN AND CHILDREN ARE REPORTED (By Associated Pekinir. July Moriran an Atr.erican. killed by ban- at his ranch on the JMingari riv- er near Harbin. Dr. Howard, an attached to the Rockefol- hospital, captuied at the Foucht to Defend Home Consular advice- from Kalgan. that Pal.T.er was killed while defending hi? pioprrty against ban- dit'. Mr. Palmer and his mother. Dr. Howard and his and an Ameri- can trader named Baldwin of tran together v ith his and chil- dren were visitinsr ranch, which is in the Mongolian province of Kirin, when the attack was made. Physician Is Held The consular advices say that Dr. Howard last night was still in cap- tivity. The others are "safe for the but their whereabouts is not known. The American consul .MILWAUKEE EDUCATOR has trone to see the military govern- or of Kirin in an effort to effect th.9 release of Dr. Howard. The Rockefeller hospital has been advised that Dr. Howard's son, James, is safe on a launch. Mr. Palmer was connected with the Salt administration in Peking, but retired some time ago to conduct an experimental farm. WOULD ABOLISH STATE SUP- ERINTENDENTS JOB AND GIVE BOARD FULL POWERS (Special to The Tribune) Madison, Wis., July of the elective office of state super- intendent, of schools and the transfer roau, could oe constructed Accord- gi is Eiorifyjng the powers and duties now exer- ing to these j by thc superintendent to -a commission will appropriate S300.-; state board of education is advocated a A womai was at scription was broadcast bv radio machine at Summers Point. throughout the country last evening, i A laborer was killed under a tree at Condition Causes Worry a antl a was At 1 o'clock this morninjr the police ble teach it. What kind of creature will that human be? What shape, what ed by the President. It i< pointed out inp ponce hy the state's attorney that the gave the missing man's wife an-1 President has no actual power to daughter the joyful news that he had act; that he can only add his appeal: found in "Edinburgh, although to that of others to Gov. Small. j their joy was modified by uncertainty But President Coolidge has to his condition. no sign, although it said Coolidge is distressed and saddened j by the that have poured in on the PiesidenU No Word at Springfield hngunge? How much will he or she j Sprinsrfield, July No in- know? i formation regarding any plans at- V.'ill th- hu-nnn race, hr.ving mov- j torneys for Russell Scott may have tl-e Jiipheist possible point. visi up visit governor's office to- go bnck at_Uay had been received heio Jhis T'f end. tho individual in extreme old nge back to childhood? Will tre l.vt man know how to till, to tl'C other planets, and will know just what i' going to hap- p-n to him nftrr he dies, or will he bo like oursilver, still wondering. only fnith to comfort him, and stive him from painful thought and (peculation? Mr. statement that sav- ings account1; amount to twenty thousand million dollars puzzle1; one individual. quotes the treasury department irport. showing that all the money circulating in the United j States amount' to only four thnuf-, Great Britain and seven hundred nnd seventy-six million dollar'. That's the beauty of money whirh morning. The jrovcrnor was not in his office today, and attaches of the office said that they bad no indica- tion when he would return fiom vacation. Small Goes to Chicago Michigan City. Ind., July ernor Small of Illinois, who is sought by attorneys of Chicago who seek a leprievc for Russell Scotts sentenced to hang tomorrow morn- ing, left here this morning for Chi- cago. He was accompanied by t-on, Ix.'5lie Small. 'v Thomas Kells Badly Hurt In Accident Thomas K< struck dead while on duty at Fort Slocum. In New England thc storm late yesterday swept down barns, flood- ed streets and cellars and washed out railroad tracks. President Coolidge and his party on the Mayflower were caught in the storm during the trip to Pem- berton, and experienced rough Izzy Plays Actor; Gets 000 out of the states free fund nl- j Witter expressed surprise today lotmcnts from the tav, for the statements his suit has drawn IB'fi construction all the way across from William Jennings Bryan and Portage county providing this coun-' Clarence Darrow, leading figures in ty adds a similar sum. Xo the Dayton evolution trial, both of tative statement to that effect has whom he thought evidently were un- yet bsen made by the highway com-j de-r the impression'that he brought mission, it n said. J the proceedings as an anti-cvolution- Pay With Gas Money ist. Under plan. Portage county would have' to bond for its par of the cost of thc road, with pay ment put off for a number of years, i of bigotry and and that In the meantime, the county's gas be had "no doubt it will while tax allotment would be placed in the r. Darro commenting at Day- part ton, said he believed the proceedings pay-! here were probably nn "exhiWtion proposed quctte joint fund for the construc- tion of and when this was pnid for, the county allotment would N-n be to retire thc bond issue lor the IS work. German Writer Says Mystery Of Spy Solved Mr. Bryan indicated that he welcom- hy Conrad E. Patrer, supervisor of practice teaching of the Milwaukee Norma 1 school. Prof. Patzer has spent several years making .1 survey of p'ubfic education in Wisconsin. The volume on this subject has just Louisiana Negro Leper Faces Trial in Glass Cage (By Associated Press) New Orleans, La., July negro leper, who has been indicted on a charge of wife murder but never placed on trial, will face Jurv here confined in a glass cage "with a speaking tube, if a request made by Dr. Oscar Dow- ling, president state board of of the Louisiana health is granted by prosecuting officers. The negro, George Baurer, al- leged to hare killed his wife more been issued by 'the state under the than five years ago, is an inmate direction of "state Superintendent j a government leper sanitarium. John Callaban. The most important' Efforts made by Dr. Dowling to suggestion which Mr. Patzer reaches j the case to trial have met regarding higher education 18 that a Wlth objection as to do so migl.t state board should be created to look spread the disease. ____ after education matters. The Patzer conclusion is herald- j Watch Highways for Girl ed it as an opportunity to ed in educational circle here as hav- more light on the issue of evolution and revealed religion. Pick Up Girl In Stupor At Marshfield (By Associated Press) Marshfield, Wis., July The my.-tery about Eu- gene A-ew. famous   Evidence on Fern Club Czar of solved byihcad a.nd. facc' was IUP citv i, at the Xcw York, July Einstcir., Arthur Kncupffer, according to his I on a one .mile from here 11 I t it'rt AT Lrrto m c n TI rl rrht revelations in blatt. To the home of his daughter. Mrs. Jessie IAHT. in Chicago, suffering from sev- but now pone and posed in the Berliner Tags'-' b-v two Milwnukce and brought he world at Euccne to n fsr treatment. The girl known the rrin j aPPcared to be about 17 years old. of the ian rovolu- Snc was in a stuPor whpn Picked cipal leaders of the ian revolu-' was ago, the state abolished a state board of education because it duplicated a part of the work of educational ag.'ncies. Mr. Patzer now urges the erintendent and that the duties and powers of the state superintendent be conferred upon -an .educational board. It wasv apparent at the last session of the legislature that edu- cational matter? will be predominant in the coming session. In approving of the bill providing for an investi- gation of taxation in thc state, ernor Blaine suggested that the com- mittee investigate the subject of school taxation. He believed that thi; would bi a paramount subject at the coming session of the legi.-lature two years from now and that data should be gathered. For these reasons, most (By Associated Press) Marinette, Wis., July 23 Upon advices from Chicago, authoritiei abolition of office of state SUP- here are on the lookout today for a he finallv unmarked "p< Naval Building Program (Continued on Page 11) UHLE JOE A tor OF BLOOMING IDIOTS CAR06H Or (By Associated London. July Minister Stanley Baldwin announced in the of commons today that the British government naval construc- eordinp to word received by Mcs. i Kells. A companion of Mr. Kells was' killed in the accident. Tho local man, it is reported, re ill IIUII. I Representing himself as Ethelbert' surh a revolutionary reve severe cuts'about-tho face and of tllfl establMimpi id. besides several broken ribs and "oannR1 torties'with a die hea a punctured limp. Ho reported to be comfortably. crash occurred. as Mr. and his companion, whose name i? not known, approaching- Ciii- c.-.fro. The car in which they were ridinc belonged to the Wisconsin Rapid1: man. nnd it thought that JIP driving. No Inquest Will Follow Death of Beloit Officer The seventh clay of the fipht for life madr hv Ben Sutherland. Beloit police officer, since Santerre. a legitimate actor 'at' liberty. himself elected n in thij ntel con-I tor. At a secret revolutionary tribunal j namc I'uliana rilz- by the leaders of the branch of in London in i viif iiiLi iuii-i mitn t A t i fined to recognized of the' 7 to death-i theatrical profession. IS" nnd when first brought to the of conclusions i cached by Mr. Patzer are considered of wide signi- ficance here. Wants Statc Board 1 "The legi.-latuic should pass a law- creating a state board of declares Mr. Patzer in bis report made public today, "and transfer to this boanl all the powers and duties n Wladimir' nospitai was unaoie to answer ques- 'Ier bv t'10 ary in't ea-' 'n occasional moment! of consciousness, she said that her i It is believed by the authorities here that thc girl tho daughter of a man now cmploved in Marshfield. Set 'em up. Came forth four whiskies at 00 each, Ir.zj telU it. nnd Burnt, manager of the rlub.i im-undor ;j and a waiter weic arrested. City Workers in Rio Talk Strike When Wages Stop It nou Wen learned that died in Berlin ir, 1918. Ho liv- for n time in the end of Ber-1 yquor Schooner Rammed (By name of Kcrl j j Xeiimnyor. Equipped with a i port he 1 the near East of Europe, continually fo.irinc discovery by thc powerful organirations'of He -Iub' thrct- I then -.ppeainl in the German niasted believed to be one Rio de municipality' traveling from one a remaining vessel.- in rum .Miss Leona Bell, said to have fled from that city after shooting a man Monday. The sheriff's office informed last nitcht that the girl wat making her way north on highway 15 in an automobile. A description of the girl states that she appears to be about 17 anil weighs 100 pounds, and has blonde. straight bobbed hair. Seven Workers Entrapped in Tennessee Mine Today Chattanooga. Tenn., July Seven men were entrapped in the mine of the Roane Iron company at Rockwood as the result of an ex- plosion early this morning, accord- ing to reports received here. At noon the workers had not been able to penetrate the mine to thc place where the miners were trap- ped. The seven men were fighting a fire in the mine when a pas expto- 111 I V j now exercised by the state, supcrm-   brnucht jp.Hrations that the automobile employes threatened to strike on account of unpaid wages. A com-' orod a broken mittee recently was appointed to ter, making four crui.-ers to be con- wn< nrar strurted this year and three next. The Biithh government nlso de- In lin talk with thc mayor, who promised into an and add to their powers and j duties the administration of the row, tvas. rammed by the oil tanker J county rural normals, ,tho dcpart- Asew was arrested in Ber- Edward Luckenhach early toc'ny, i ments for tho training of teachers iri a Russian. In res- hllt radio monung in- Hugh a-id the Stout se to his requr -i. he was not put '''cntrd that it W.T- still afleat. i Micht .Merge Functi< Sutherland, who is at to improve conditions. refjm intcrnn-, camp but cidcd ujion the annual construction of nine and submar-lrotro a together with certain auxiliary vessels beginning with the nnd 1927, this program continued during the normal of the present parliament Baldwin announced. Some the new nuijcrs will con- form to tho exi-ting ton and the remainder will be j ..nialler of a type i i'V1'1''1'" to be dc- la'cr. bosnitnl here, was reported to-i rested the ring-leaders of the move- v- weaker, j ment, and placed federal troops on He later ar- kept ,n variou, After .he! waJrint 
                            

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