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Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - August 26, 1926, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin A P LEASED WIRE This paper to by win with tht MWI report ot tht Associated CONSTRUCTIVE 1 E W S PAPER WEATHER Fair and Friday not much change in ture Thirteenth 4024 Wisconsin Rapids Wis Thursday August 26 1926 Today One Man Welcome the Voice The State Kills Also Safety in Fear By Arthur will appoint rulers in each Italian city and town That is the latest A fascist decree is expected forbidding elections that are pending putting an end to man sufferage and establishing ONE man man being Mussolini In America we cling to the theory that can govern themselves with national congress state boards of aldermen etc and the citizens voting although it must be admitted that many of the poor things don't know why they are voting or what for Are we right? Is Mussolini right? Who knows? You remember in Darwin's age of the Beagle his inscription of the miserable Fuegians shivering in the cold near the straits of lan Their trouble according to Price Three Centa WAUSHARA TO VOTE ON ROAD PROGRAM 50 Miners Entombed in Pennsylvania GRAND PAGEANT WILL PORTRAY CITY NEW COMMUNITY Perry Striking Back at Ingalls Renews Pledge to Wage Fight to Finish Milwaukee Aug B Perry conservative Republican candidate for nomination as TION FIELD WILL BE OPENED nor declared today that he would be WITH IMPRESSIVE CIVIC SPECTACLE SEPTEMBER 30 Plans for a grand pageant to resent the origin and development of Wisconsin Rapids have been com- according to announcement made today The Spirit of the consin River will be the dominant note of the production which will in- was that they had an scenes depicting in vivid dis- lute republic No man was boss no ruled And they all stayed in the degradation of flat equality They under communism by the way and when one got a piece of cloth his companions tore it into shreds each took a tiny piece and the cloth was worthless to anybody Whatever our defects may be in the United States we can not be accused of dividing things up When an American gets a big piece of he keeps it and adds to it Krishnamurti is here with the voice of the and walks ashore hoping to realize faith in the United States There was talk which ly came to nothing about holding j tional spectacle play the early settlement and later growth of the community Music in- dustry Commerce Social Life and other factors in human progress will be portrayed in the most impressive civic spectacle ever undertaken in the community The pageant which will be given September 30 and October 1 and 2 will be staged as the opening event of the city's new tion field near the Lincoln high school the spacious grounds of which will furnish an ideal setting A huge platform splendid lighting musical arrangements and attractions will ford spectators from Wisconsin ids and the surrounding country an entertaining inspiring and a candidate for governor at the eral election regardless of the out- come of the primary Mr Perry made this statement in a reply to one made Wednesday by Wallace Ingalls Racine who ed himself in favor of the candidacy cf Fred Zimmerman Mr Ingalls in his statement declared that he was speaking merely for himself when he EVJUE CRITICIZES LENROOT TACTICS up the young Hindu on grounds of moral Aged thirty weighing only 100 pounds he is as far from the average idea of tude as a new buttercup Coming from India gives him special rights The greatest Indian prince the grand nawab has three hundred wives in his zenana and considers himself father has seven hundred If he came we wouldn't keep him out j or no turpitude Explain that and we tried to keep out Lady Cathcart with no at all Mrs Farrish in Charge Mrs John Farrish has been ed to direct the undertaking will be assisted by James of the personnel department of the Consolidated company Professor H P Boody who recently wrote and staged a similar production at Ripon college is preparing the scenario Mrs will be assisted in the project by the Emanuel Silberstein a neurotic youth aged nineteen killed his tutor aged sixty-three beating him on the head with a hammer and smiled as he told the judge I think it was funny to kill this fellow The boy smiling after ting murder was once a youthful having made effective erty bond speeches at the age of ten Alienists will explain him pose they declare him sane will the state The youth calls it funny kill a man The state calls just necessary to kill a derer One statement is as terous and insane as the other what to it SAYS FORTY SIX POSTMASTERS IN WISCONSIN CIRCULATED SENATORIAL CANDIDATE'S PAPERS Madison Wis Aug Forty-six Wisconsin postmasters or their relatives the Capital Times de- clares today circulated the tior papers of United States Senator Irvine L Lenroot who seeks tion against the opposition of ernor Blaine Work for Lenroot The newspaper declares tha an in- shows that the entire crew of federal in sin quite as formidable an array a any state is quietly ing in behalf of Lenroot and tary of State Fred R Zimmerman gubernatorial aspirant The newspaper prints the list of postmasters thai their names on the papers on file with the of state Blaine Is Next Thia newspaper also proposes to make an investigation of the Blaine nomination papers to determine if any state employes under civil vice circulated Governor Elaine's says the Capital Times Finance and ticket Paul A Pratt Guy 0 Babcock Walter Herschleb W J Taylor E Jackson Preliminary A ington Leo Barrett John Alexander Musical arrangements and Bess Bradford Side H Teas Venetian A Taylor Properties lighting effects James Pageant headquarters have been established at Room 22 ter block Boat Display and Parade A Venetian decorative boat dis- play will be a big feature of the pageant week This will be held on have brought ahout the present dis- Mexican Cabinet Member Opposes Change in Law Mexico City Aug cording to El Universal Secretary of the Interior Tejeda says he is op- posed to change of the religious clauses of the constitution which The state to discourage proceeds to kill murder Charles Collins Barley ably insane killed himself and a bank official injured 120 in a burgh bank be deliberately ing a bomb with his foot The bank officials hud refused to give him 000 Business How can we protect against such a threat as Barley The answer Nature protects you exceptions occur but generally you need not worry Three passions rule the human race First and strongest self- preservation second reproduction men worried the liver just below the Grand avenue bridge and will be open to public gaze without admission charge An impressive and elaborate parade will be the event of the first day to introduce the and stir the enthusiasm and interest of the people The many citizens who have been given the opportunity to opinions concerning the value of this big undertaking have voiced fied approval it was said by Mr cord between the Catholic church and the government and which the church to endeavor to have amended or repealed by congress The committee of the Catholic episcopate today was still studying various aspects of the situation The business slump due to the economic boycott called by the gue for defense for religious dom is growing worse The ent opinion among business men is that unless some solution of the con- between the church and declared for Zimmerman for nor Perry Mr Perry's statement in part On my return Wednesday ning from a campaign meeting at the city of Janesville my attention was called to the article in the waukee Journal under an eight col- umn headline Ingalls Lenroot aide deserts Perry I have read the article without the slightest concern as to its effect upon my candidacy Mr Ingalls calls himself a con- Republican Perhaps he has earned that designation Hints Treachery by Zim Mr Zimmerman candidate for governor at the coming primary was first nominated to a state office b the alleged triumvirate method which he now condemns this year it turned him down HI condemns the selection which he leges was made by it He becomes a unit candidate of his own choice anc declares himself to be the always right candidate His former close communion compatriots suggest thai his present action spells and treachery Some possibly Wallace Ingalls among Zimmerman an from his former faction regardless of his frequent assertions Such con- consider him flexible clay Grandma Gets Money Back from Bank Bandits Covington Okla Aug bandits who looted two banks here Wednesday ed a high standard of etiquette toward the aged As they forced depositors to the rear of the Covington State bank and scooped lip nearly in one of the robbers noticed Mrs Lucy LeRoy 70 among the victims Did we take any of your money the bandit asked Informed he had picked up about representing checks she had cashed the cashier was dered to return the checks and honor them later Grandma Roy was then escorted to a ing chair in the rear of the bank and told if she kept quiet she would not be locked in the vault with the other customers She complied for the potter's hands their candidate He became in making public the family instinct third ambi- tion which moves the whole family forward Men ordinarily will not kick ex- plosive bombs when they can not get because they don't want to kick themselves out of life Life is not too pleasant when you need But nature's powerful in- stinct makes you slay and gle Take away the instinct of self- preservation and all life and government would be Continued on Page Two ourselves ment of the plans This open dence of hearty public support is as basis for the prediction that the three evening performances will attract huge crowds of people from Wisconsin Rapids and boring localities Mrs Fairish is held to be LITTLE JOE CAN ft OF OLD YOU well qualified to engineer a performance of this kind and ar- rangements already completed give definite assurance that everything will be done to make these three cays truly festive in every respect I am looking forward to the most thorough assistance on the part of said Mrs Farrish this morning and we are anticipating real genuine success Mayor Enthusiastic Mayor George W Mead to whom those interested in the pageant give credit for initiating the idea and ting the undertaking underway is iving full and hearty support to project and today made this I have wanted to see in this city real Wisconsin pageant The majesty and power of our river s certainly an appropriate keynote and it is my hope that Pageant Week will be memorable in our com- munity This will be an occasion for festivity and inspiration and should produce among us a deep sense of ing the prospect of general distress Champion Pole Vaulter To Appear as Professional St Paul Minn Aug Charley Hoff world's champion pole vaulter will make his first ance as j professional vaulter at the Minnesota state fair next month the fair management announced today President Herman Eoe of the fair said Huff was put under con- tract today after an exchange of telegrams Soviet Films Lead World Says Doug New York Aug las Fairbanks who has turned miles of celluloid into piles of gold by means of capitalistic alchemy has come back from soviet Russia con- verted to government ownership of motion pictures In he said upon his re- urn from Europe on the Majestic Wednesday the moving picture is controlled by the government which a good thing The plan could be followed by the United States an would mean that we would hav ood pictures to educate our chl dren Also since pictures arc coming t regarded as definite instrument propaganda he said they ma veil be run by the government pro vided the sense of artistry is no sacrificed The Russians are the finest pic ture makers in the in acrobatic star's opinion Americans and Germans are not in it witl them He and his as he ARGUE CHANGE IN HIGHWAY NO 73 RESIDENTS OF COUNTRY WEST OF PITTSVILLE LAY ROAD DISPUTE BEFORE STATE COMMISSION Desirability of leaving S T H 73 west of Pittsville to the county line as it now lies and arguments for changing to the old tion about a mile south were ed out at a road hearing in Pittsville yesterday afternoon A large ber of farmers who live along the two the state highway com- mission and the county highway committee were present At the hearing held in response to a petition signed by about 50 persons who wish the highway changed back to its old route de- ate became quite heated at times t was discovered however that hose who live along the new route SHEIK'S CORPSE IS BARRED FROM PUBLIC'S VIEW FEAR CLASH BETWEEN RIVAL GROUPS OF FAMOUS SCREEN ACTOR'S ITALIAN ADMIRERS New York Aug 26 Valentino's body was barred public view today to avoid further disorders among the thousands who have flocked to the screen idol's bier and also to avert clashes be- tween rival groups of Italian ad- Funeral to be Private Plans for a public funeral day have been abandoned and the ceremonies will be attended by in- guests only From now said S George Ullman friend and business ager of the Valentino's body will be viewed only by friends and associates under my personal super- vision The lack of reverence Older and rioting since the body was first shown have forced me to this decision Cross-town traffic was blocked by a line four and five abreast that crawled along Broadway and in out of side streets until it was re- to a single file near the un- establishment Onion In Handkerchief One woman who stood in line five hours made three rounds of the or's bier fainted each time and was ordered by police not to return again A weeping girl was found Blast This Afternoon Closes Mine BULLETIN Clymer fifty and sixty miners were at work in the Sample Rum mine of a here yesterday between Clearfield Bituminous and Waushara county road of- company at Pa Wood and other ill tral on today when an explosion TO MILWAUKEE DOLLAR BOND SUE WILL BE PLACED BE- FORE VOTERS OF IX NOVEMBER j next November by the voters of Waushara county of a highway paving program which will be place J before them as the result tered the working period The Bureau of Mines was advised fifty miners had been en- tombed An automobile rescue truck fully equipped and a crew of trained es left Pittsburgh y after the accident was made mown Reports here are that one body has been brought out of he mine and seven miners cued Four rescue crews were ordered to the mine on a cial train from Johnstown mine is located about nine miles from here to have an onion in her chief Girls plied powder puffs and lipsticks as they neared the casket Women fainted and became mounted police 112 sergeants and four ical Twenty patrolmen 12 lieutenants were required to handle the surging mass The danger of open hostilities be- tween fascist and anti-fascisti be- came imminent after the ti challenged the right of the to post guards at the head and foot of the coffin Fascists in Italy BEER 0 K LENROOT SAYS WOULD NOT EIGHTEENTH WISCONSIN VIOLATE THE AMENDMENT SENATOR BE counties virtually an route to Fond du Lac and Chicago Plans prepared by the Waushara county highway committee for a mile paving program to be carried out within the next four or fiva years were approved by the state highway commission at a meeting yesterday in the office of F F gel division highway engineer The state commission was here for the hearing on a petition for a change in the route of highway 73 west of Pittsville held in that city dav those ive long the old route favor the change V dozen or more farmers expressed pinions pro and con Disagree on Expense Proponents of the old route de- calls Mary had a greal reception in Moscow he said He was told there were persons in the crowd that welcomed them Heat Wave May Not Vent Full Force on Wisconsin Seek To Make Mitchell Leader of Air Society New York Aug Friends of Former Brigadier General liam Mitchell today launched a ment grooming him for the post of president of the National Aeronautic association Milwaukee Aug 26 The heat wave which is in from the west may not vent its full force on Wisconsin in the opinion of the Milwaukee weather bureau The area of rarified air which is causing the heat has broken into two parts the weather bureau ex- The center of the smaller part was northeast of Milwaukee Thursday while the center of largest part was north west Just what action will come in passage over the Great Lakes will not be known until Friday Late Wednesday the temperature mounted of Wisconsin neapolis reported 92 Dodge City Kansas 96 Miles City Montana 104 and Pierre S D 106 kee's temperature Thursday ised to be mostly in the lared that the expense of building new bridge and a mile and a half of new roadway for the present cation would be and un- country the new location necessary and that through which the passes is a virtual wilderness II was also pointed out that the old rente passed through Amelia and served a greater number of people The main reason for making the change according to those who vor the present loute was that 73 passed within four miles of S T H 54 which was regarded as too close for two state trunk highways They also asserted that there are many prosperous farmers living along the present location and that the new road is much better and can be kept up with less expense A mile of concrete on Highway 13 north of Pittsville is taken advantage of by the new route Roads Serve Whole State discussion Highway Engineer J T Donaghey pointed out that location of ways must be considered in relation to the whole state system and not is they affect flic immediate ties He said the petitioners would careful consideration at th next meeting of the highway com however Other members of the highway Commission present were Senator Jeorge Staudenmayer who left jus Mr speech D S Welch Chairman Al C Ander on who presided at the hearing nd E F Bean state geologist zen In fear of an outbreak a lice sergeant and ten extra stationed at the chapel men were Six more ers of Premier Mussolini were ed to the guard after two cisti leaders protested to the agement of the lors that the Italians of New York were showing considerable anger Rome advices are that Mussolini did not authorize a wreath left at the bier in his name Pola Negri On Way Pola Negri who announced some time ago that she was engaged to Valentino is on the way from lywood to attend the funeral Jean Acker the great lover's first wife saw his body at the un- Wednesday and broke in- to tears She declared that she and her former husband had become re- just before his death She revealed that she was in a room next to his in the hospital when he died Green Bay Wis Aug Declaring that the people have the right to know my position on per cent Senator Irvine L Lenroot campaigning for tion said here last night he did not believe a 2.75 per cent beer would violate amendment Would Support Modification If the people of Wisconsin desire it he said I support a as proposed in the dum ordered by the legislature If the state supreme court should prevent its submission then I favor the next legislature ting a referendum in due form to be voted on at the April 1927 tion I take this position believing that the people of Wisconsin should ex- press themselves at the ballot box on this question and I believe that this statement will tend to impress upon those who favor modification and those against it the fairness of submitting the matter to the people in due form Says Blaine Senator Lenroot charged Governor Blaine with failing to express self upon the referendum in the eight weeks campaigning gone by Tropical Storm Strikes New Orleans From Gulf Lake Geneva Estate Gift to Wisconsin the progress and character of Wisconsin Rapids Hastily Recruited Posse Captures Robber at Work Jacksonville 111 Aug A hastily recruited force of citizens early today surrounded the general store at Alexander near here and captured one of two men discovered at work on the store safe His com- escaped in volley of shots and fled in an automobile Chicago Aug Frances Kinsley Hutchinson widow of Charles L Hutchinson Chicago banker today announced her tion of giving the seventy-three acres of family estate at Lake eva to Wisconsin It is to be a bird and wild flower refuge Tho property is valued at 000 and was originally one of a ring of large estates about Lake Geneva originally held by Z Martin K T Crane and Murry now of London Mr Hutchinson wai for years president of the Art institute of Chicago At the time of his death two years ago he was vice-president of the Corn exchange bank of which he was at one time president The botanical department of the University of Wisconsin has given Mrs Hutchinson considerable aid in classifying the trees and on the proposed state preserve The original owners of the boring large estates in many cases died The heirs arc holding most of the estates although is contemplated on the Leiten perty Military Training Camp Inspected by Coolidge Plattsburgh Barracks N Y Aug regiment of men from New York Delaware and New sey comprising the second citizens military training camp of the second army corps area at Plattsburgh racks passed in review today before President Coolidge Coming here by automobile from his Adirondacks camp for his first appearance at a public function since he left Washington on his vacation more than seven weeks ago dent Coolidge was given a cordial welcome by the citizens and full honors by the troops Plattsburgh Barracks N Y Aug Coolidge left Barracks for his camp in the Adirondacks at eastern standard time this afternoon after reviewing the citizens military ing camp regiment here New Orleans Aug person was known to be dead and several others slightly injured as a result of the tropical storm which swept New Orleans Wednesday night Weather bureau officials said that the force of the storm iad diminished rapidly after it ed inland from the Gulf of Mexico It s reported central today between and Vicksburg The first death from the storm came when a lineman was killed as he came in contact with a live wire Socrates of Japan Will Spread Doctrine in U S Honolulu Aug founder of and known as the Socrates of Japan is here to spread the doctrine of his sect He teaches that there should be life without conflict and that bor is praying and prayer is labor The sixty year old exponent of the life of or life of tance expects to invade United States with his doctrines sailing for San Francisco September 28 Although he had paid for his sage he helped wash decks and did other work enroute practicing his preachments of labor His wife formed similar 3rd Street Peeping Tom Routed by Police Officer There will be no more of a ing Tom down on Third street south for some time to come avers John Sowatske Wisconsin Rapids motorcycle policeman who had the honor of chasing a prominent resi- dent of the Gold Coast who was caught in the act of looking into windows he had no right to gazs through Officer io divulge the name of the ing Tom for publication but he does not mind saying that he caught him with the goods and gave him the scare of his life Reports of the neighborhood have I t that for some time there has at the windows in that locality a face and that con- anguish and fear has been in the residents It is also earned that a young handsome hap who lives on same street not far from the alleged Peeping upon his our of work in return a local from his spied what he believed to be one gazing through windows of a neighbor's house Realizing that he had no more power than that of frightening away the obnoxious peeper he returned post haste to the downtown district and secured the services of Officer who did have the much desired police power The two then returned and the officer administered a serious warning and told the gent to hie himself for home and to double time while he was at it It thought that there will be no more peeping on the part of the party who was so rudely inter- in his nocturnal pleasure of looking through the windows of his neighbors And Officer Sowatzke further avers that if there is any more trouble he and Chief Payne now know where to lay hands on the party and if they do make an arrest it will make reading j A special meeting of the shara county board will be held soon at which it is expected a referendum on the paving program will be ally ordered for the general election in the fall Will Cost Two Million The whole cost of the proposed 70 mile program which includes one and west highway and two south highways estimated at per mile amount to about half of which un- der the plan approved by the scate commission will be defrayed a county bond issue and half by the state and federal aid and free fund Arrangements can be made it is understood for the paying off of most or all of the bonds with the county's share bf tax receipts Highway 10 through the county would receive first attention under the plan and paving would be com- on this stretch of road 1927 In fact according to al Engineer Meiigel it is all of Highway 10 will be ed up in 1927 for Marquette county at the Portage and thon counties at the north have ng programs calling for surfacing of this highway S from through Marquette county may be ptved by the fall of 1927 Pavement to du Lac Then there will be- S T H 73 from he Adams county line to Silver lake Highway 10 at West The paving will continue from Silver lake on S T H 21 to S T H 49 Highway 49 from pi to Berlin will be surfaced As is already a paved way from Berlin to Fond du Lac connecting the Milwaukee and Chicago routes the completion ofj the Waushara county program would give Wood county the much sought outlet to the south east all concrete with the exception bf seven miles on Highway 73 between the Wood county and Waushara county lines While there is little prospect of Adams county paving this stretch of road assurances have been en in the past by the state highway commission that with the other tions of the road paved necessary funds for this piece would be vided out of state money Others Seek Bond Issues Waushara is the fourth county in this immediate vicinity to follow the example set by Wood county in 1919 by mapping out an extensive road Wood county bonded itself for and now has about 130 miles of concrete ed highway of the pal is retired each year Two other counties which now seek bond sues for building roads are thon county which wants to con- struct 142 miles and Clark with a program calling for about 104 miles of surfacing Portage county has ready embarked on gram If Waushara county succeeds in carrying through this highway gram it will have done well for that county has a valuation of only compared with for Wood county county a great deal of state and federal aid Fred Grimm of Wautoma shara county highway and the highway committee ing of Byron Storm liam Bairy Wautoma and William Kimball Pino River made tbc trip here yesterday Nebraska Dairy Farmers Will Visit Wisconsin Lincoln Nebraska dairy development will conduct an excursion of braska dairy formers to in September or October according to announced by 0 manager of the society More than 125 farmers trip said and will jn
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