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Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - November 29, 1927, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin A. P. LEASED WIRE Thli paper served by leased wire with the news report of Associated Daily Tribune S T R U Tr I NEWS P E A C O N S T R U 10 PAGES TODAY The net paid circulation of The Tribune U Fourteenth 4410. Wisconsin November 29, 1927. Price Three Centa CHAPTER 1 In 1871 a few buffalo among them a certain Captain pitched their camp on a tle knoll in Kansas just north of the Indian Territory South and west of the rise flowed Fall on the east the waters of Big ino creek ran their endless course and invited the roaming herds of buffalo and other wild game in which the region The captain was a He noted the abundance of spring the succulence of the prairie grass and the not unimportant tor of the nearness to the border of a land from which the in accordance with its treaties with the had ex- cluded the white man from When other buffalo hunters joined Stone thought he saw the of a new of the as Wichita then called it- so he took the first step in colonization and established a small carrying such supplies as the hunters the ords one barrel of As the population Cox and Emerson put in a real outfitting store and a man named Dickie in- stalled a genuine with and all The with their luxuriant growth of blue stem and buffalo be- came dotted with small cattle and horse the big cattle herds on their way to then a big shipping point on the Union stopped in the little town for their And the news traveled Soon hundreds were drifting into farthest southwest of the plain whereupon Stone and two other Dagner and laid out a In a few years Caldwell had at- a population of 2000. In 1879 the Topeka Santa Fe ran its tracks down from forging an iron link between well and Wichita and making its bid for the big herds that thundered up the Chisholm The buffalo camp had flowered into a cow town one of the wickedest cow towns in The big boom that started with the coming of the railroad found Gordon W. Lillie waiting on table in one of Caldwell's busy restaurants and longing for something that would more nearly satisfy a normal youth's desire for adventure and the opportunity to make a As he saw the main ment for the latter was a working whereas Gordon Lillie and capital were not yet As far back as he could Newton his had had about all he could do to make ends Gordon was 19, and the est of the Then came Lena and Gordon's foster Lucy Newton Lillie had been a flour miller in 111. Two years calamity had ed on the family when fire had de- the and the Lillies now lived near about 25 miles from where the father still patiently tried to eke out a living from another flour but counted more hopefully on the of the farm land that he had Gordon Lillie stood in the way of the his roving idly over one of the strang est medleys of humanity a man had ever looked It was afternoon in Bronzed cowboys from nearby or stopping en route from their fatiguing herd rubbed elbows with roughly dressed road for the Santa Fe ex- tension was not yet finished and Caldwell was the haven of thirsty souls who worked along the right of Here were cattle horse some with children and others with hard eyes and painted cheeks and a ready smile for each passing men making sidewalk speeches on the coming greatness of urging their listeners to buy while the boom was yet A clatter of hoofs and an ing cloud of dust moved down the Three men dismounted in front of the The tallest of the a man with a shaggy black eyed the youth with cold appraisal and Lillie did not appear to notice He tugged at his lip and was lost in contemplation of the panorama of wild border life before A harsh voice broke in on his LYNN Are you gonna stand there and go to sleep or invite us Lillie straightened up with a He murmured something in then led the way into the dining room and indicated a table for the Glibly he recited the of The bearded man listened and then gave his get a move he added The youth glanced at him noted the brutal the slitted gray and said He went about the business of setting food before them and re- tired to the Another waiter was out eating his own per ahead of the evening got a crab out Gordon Lillie told The waiter squinted out into the dining That's Tom He's Presently a loud command in ton's surly tones called Lillie The man was pounding on the table with his kind of beef do you call This steak's so damned tough you could solo boots with The color deepened in Gordon Lillie's ruddy cheeks and resentment flamed within He made no an- swer but started to remove the of- fending Benton's heavy stare never left the youth's said the steak was he to hear you admit A calm voice drifted from the didn't know anything or anybody came too tough for Benton swung around and on Page Read The Night of And Satan Came The New Ford Arthur Brisbane A Hindu going back to ancient custom and in- on performing the ancient rite of which meant burning alive on the fire that burned her While frantic fanatics held back British the woman threw herself on the fire and lay burning beside her dead while the crowd yelled its In her agony she rolled from the funeral holding in her arms the which rolled into the Rescued by she would not return to her home for two but remained in agony on the spot where her husband's body Then more police took her by Horribly and neglected she will probably LITTLE JOE For an truthful account of horrible conditions still existing in forced marriage of little girls 9 years old to middle aged and other read written by an American Read also Voltaire's which will delight It tells how a wandering philosopher cured the habit in one part of He told the people he admired but suggested one Before being the must spend two hours with the young man with The crowd missed that You may not like to see that un- ion jack covering so much of the but the widows and the little girls of India may be glad that flag floats over the miserable cattle allowed to starve to because Hindus think it a sin to put them out of their millions of human beings kept in horrid misery by India's caste John Bull does what he can to Help them and actually orders his police to shoot dying the Hindu mob yells its superstitious But John Bull will have to answer for one thing at the judgment Protecting Hindus from dans that would gladly massacre curbing the taxing and vices of the rajahs and ishing by millions the number of deaths from plague and Britain has caused India's tion to rise from to That's a serious Alfred out of and his both past 60, were found dead yesterday with gas turned Near the man's body was a bank book marked Potter's field and the grave are never so the old couple turned in that Old age is the night of for the night is coming when man's work is says the old For those that have not age is a dreary Russia has warned Poland to let Germany is on Page GENEVA MEET OPENS TOMORROW FOR CAMPAIGN FUND ASSOCIATION AGAINST AMENDMENT WOULD ASCERTAIN VIEWS ON New Nov. fund of is wanted by the sociation Against the Prohibition Amendment to conduct a national campaign to ascertain the views as to whether the 18th amendment should be repealed or Capt. William H. of D. chairman of the outlined plans for tional or state referenda at a vate dinner last night at the Union League to which 297 speak many of them prominent Re were Action Not Revealed A cloak of secrecy was thrown about the affair and just what if was was not re- Newspapermen were not When the dinner broke up the diners were tive as to what had taken They hastened to the motor cars in the rain and parried Besides Captain other speakers were Dr. Nicholas Murray President of Columbia Uni- former United States ator James W. Wadworth and former Representative John Philip Hill of Before the dinner Captain ton said it was planned to send two letters to voters next at an estimated cost of ten cents per He figured that from to would be needed in the next four Suggests Pledge Newspapers said that at the ner Stayton proposed that the tional referendum plank be by a pledge that the out- come of such a referendum should be binding in conscience on for Meanwhile Senator ing at the Yale university business of a referendum will pet us Nominate candidates for the presidency who are either for or against the en- forcement or repeal of the tion law and then we will have a real The Senator termed nullification ardly and Immigration Order Will Bar Aliens Nov. new test of an immigration which ter Thursday will bar hundreds of aliens residing in Canada and ico from crossing the borders daily to work in the United is to be made in federal court The test led to arrest Monday of Joseph 25, of who at- tempted to enter the United States after having been barred November 7 by a special board of He is an iron worker employed in De- He was barred for not having an immigration The government won the first test on the immigration order Monday when Federal Charles Simons dismissed a of complaint by two aliens calling on local immigration authorities to show cause why they should not be restrained from en- forcing the new Edward G. De attorney for the announced he would make a second test and the arrest of Cox Cox said he had pealed his case to the secretary of Judge Simons has set December 3 as the date for hearing the Unless there is some intervention immigration say that approximately aliens who are in Detroit will be barred when the orders take effect Return for Local Relief Work As a direct result of the splendid showing made by Wisconsin Rapids in the campaigns for funds ed here in 1926 and 1927 by the Salvation Army the state tion has returned for use in local relief the sum of- The money was received by M. S. who was chairman of the local campaign committee this and has been turned over by him to Mrs. J. B. who headed the woman's committee which ated in the Expenditure of the which is solely for relief will be directed by Mrs. with the advice of the local tion Army advisory Modern Cinderella Who Outdid Fairy Tale Now Considers Rosy Future Nov. A modern Cinderella who outdid the fairy tale by living for a month in a veritable fairyland provided by her today contemplated a future made golden by the of her The girl is 17-year-old Jean chanan whose quiet life with three sisters and a widowed mother in this city of was interrupted this fall by a visit to as the guest of their grand Baron Accompanied by her elder sifter Jean crossed the ocean for a visit that ended three weeks Not for a day as the old SUPERIOR POLICE BELIEVE MAN KILLED GIRL AND THEN SHOT HAD BEEN REFUSED BY GIRL Nov. bodies of Julia 23, and Christ 25 believed to be from ere found in the girl's room in a local rooming A revolver was laying between the Police believe the man killed the girl and then shot No tive other than jealousy could be ad- they The girl was shot behind the right The man had evidently then placed the barrel of the revolver in his nostril and ed the Police discovered the bodies early Know Little of Girl Little is known of the who came here about four months ago from where her ents She was quiet and did not go out Mrs. Minnie landlady She told Mrs. da of a sweetheart whom she ex- from The who police believe is the sweetheart from visited her early last ning and stayed the Mrs. tilda Blood trickling under the door of the girl's room and into the hallway led a woman who discovered to call who broke down the door and discovered the two bodies lying on the A tied bottle of moonshine was on the floor beside the Examination of the revolver showed two shots had been Identify Olson Olson's identity was established by cancelled bills in his pocket and by laundry He was later as a resident of He lived in the rooming house where the girl worked as a chamber and friends said he had proposed riage to her but she had Slip Results In Return To Washington Park Nov. betwixt cup and has re- in the return of Tom Holland to Washington on charges of on a spree was ar- rested for drunkenness by a When he was a letter from a friend was found on him ing that he was Communication with Washington authorities resulted in the tion that Holland was a fugitive from He is charged with having married a girl in Kansas and another girl in Witnesses Support Remus Insanity Plea 0., Nov. eye witness story of the association of Franklin L. Dodge former federal department of justice with Mrs. Imogene Holmes continuation of which George Re- mus contends drove him was related in murder trial Two other witnesses added their opinions that Remus was insane prior to the time he shot and killed his wife in Eden park here Octo- ber 6. Secures Judgment From Miriam Wright Nov. sell detective agency of Milwaukee secured judgment of for services and expenses in the Dane county circuit court here Monday against Mrs. Miriam Noel Mrs. when in Wisconsin more than a month did not reveal that she had put detectives on the trail of her famous Frank Lloyd against whom sought warrants charging tutory legend but for a month these modern Cinderellas lived in a baronial The pumpkins turned not into but a limousine with two There were ball rooms and but no glass slippers and there was no necessity for re- turning home at midnight for the riches of their grand uncle assured them of uninterrupted Resumes Studies Of their sojourn in this Jean spoke Monday in an exclusive interview with the Janesville the first she has given since returning home with her She has returned to her high school studies and expects to graduate next after which she plates attending the University of The plans of her sister have not been Funds are assured for it was learned today that Baron avington has made permanent visions for their future life of He has established a trust fund for them that was reported to be pounds or mately Of where she said they were entertained by Miss Kathleen a stepdaughter of Lord Jean talked of the places of historical theatres and with only a word of the shopping trips she and her sister Round of Pleasure was one round of she Miss we went to museums and historical on Page Mexico to Organize Militants Mexico Nov. tant nationwide body to uphold the policies of the Calles administration is to be organized throughout It is described as similar in pose to the the lowers of Premier Mussolini and it has been suggested that the Mexican militants be termed white By the formation of these the newly organized for revolutionary intends to strengthen its hand against what it terms the The farmers throughout the ican countryside and also the other residents there would be organized under military Similar ization would be affected in the towns and All would be ed to give their if necessary in fighting in defense of the ciples of the Mexican revolutionary government Calles and gon Supporters of the policies of President Calles and General gon formed the league a few days The purpose of the league is to fight reactionary These were specifically announced by the organizers as Knights of the League for the Defense of Religious and all the Enemies of the Revolutionary Life Loss Great In Algerian Floods Nov. 29. every hour bringing fresh tidings of disaster it was estimated today that the total loss of life in the floods swept northwestern Algeria would exceed 500. The catastrophe is the worst here in fifty The situation throughout the dis- is still The weather is The while receding in some is rising in A torrential rainfall Communications have been cut Rescue work is thus extremely Efforts have been made to drop food from planes to the stricken villages of the FISTS AND CLUBS FLY AT CUD SCHOOL MEETING CUDAHY CITIZENS NURSING WOUNDS OF WHICH TURNED COMMUNITY INTO BATTLEGROUND Weather Report Rain turning to snow in west portion and probably rain in cast portion tonight and turning to snow by partly cloudy in west portion much Unlit or Today's Weather Maximum temperature for 24 hours ending at 40; minimum for same 28; inch Nov. citizens today were nursing wounds of sore chins and bruised while peacemakers sought to pre- vent a recurrence of the fracas which Monday night turned part of the community into a lacking only poison gas and In a hall meant for 800, a and persons as they ed a meeting called by John clerk of the school to get an expression of opinion op- posing the action which discharged Edward C. superintendent of November 9. Two Knockouts Scored Two numerous bruises and torn clothes com- posed the toll of the A right jab sent Mrs. William wife of a former school board down for the and a left hook put C. B. original chairman of the out for much more than the required The only thing lacking was a some of the visitors at the meeting com- But the meeting at least in a victory for the school board which ousted A motion was presented ing the board for removing the and Paul man of the declared it ried after the group had roared its favor or A motion for ad- sine die was also ed and as Mr. Miller adjournment without no When C. B. chairman of the meeting and leader of the Seifert ruled Paul Miller out of order as he stepped on the Someone promptly sent a left hook to chin and he Riot Starts Immediately the hall was in an with policemen and struggling opponents mixing er among the on the stage and in the narrow and everything else in sight that was movable were used as A minute or two after tial order had been the fighting started again when Vernon a member of the committee headed by Mr. attempted to address the In a wild he was carried from the hall by his The turnout of the lights in the auditorium caused a temporary sation of but some of the more pugnacious adjourned to the where they continued their fistic Words will succeed fists this when the temporary injunction restraining the board from ing is returnable in district Governor Receives Charges Nov. A document charging Sheriff Walter Plummer with accepting mal- feasance of misconduct and asking his removal from office was filed with Governor Fred man this which were accompanied by many pages of taken under John Doe were handed to the chief executive at Waupun this morning by Assistant District At- torney Walter Mr. with motorcycle Officer Floyd Bradley left for Madison at 8 o'clock ing to file charges with Governor at they saw Governor Zimmerman as he was en- tering the state prison to make an Assistant District Attorney after presenting the documents to the briefly reviewed the case and explained the need of im- mediate Governor man declared that he would go into the matter and communicate with District Attorney F. B. Keefe im- One 15 Hurt In Train Collision 0., Nov. 29. One man was killed and fifteen persons were some when a Big Four passenger and a freight train collided at a street crossing this The diner and four mans of. the passenger train were The diner and one man upset and the engine and two cars on the freight The dead man is Michael 40, of 43 Manning Mass. Sullivan died a few minutes after he was received at St. Elizabeth's His skull was Says Driver of Death Car Was Drinking Testimony that driver of the car that ran down Jacob 77-year-old retired on the Port Edwards road the evening of November 17, had been drinking and apparently was was given at the ing of the inquest into Mr. death this afternoon by Elmer a who was with his ther at the time of the who was the first witness testified that he talked with Johnson shortly after the smelled liquor on his and noted that he walked The elder Kuter died at the pital after being crushed between the Johnson car and a wagon ed with wood which he and his son Elmer were bringing to their home in this INTERVENES IN KILLED ATTEMPT TO EFFECT FAMILY RECONCILIATION LEADS TO SLAYER IS SOUGHT BY POLICE Nov. at- tempt to effect a family tion today resulted in the death of Gust 38, of and in a search for Arthur 35, who disappeared after the Police said Stern shot kill every one of Stern fired five shots at according to Stern's a ness of the Two of the shots took passing near his heart and killing him the other penetrating his Quarrel Ends In Shooting A quarrel between a road and his which followed the patching up of an of culminated in the As Stern attempted to strike his Zellar and was Stern then left the rooming jumped into his car and drove away before police ed in response to a With the idea of effecting a Stern had arranged to meet his wife at a roadhouse day she They agreed to patch things up and then decided to go to the house where Mrs. Stern Arriving Miss Myrtle the invited the pair to have some home lar accompanied them to the where they drank several glasses before Stern became abusive and threatened his Miss Stern Sought Stern has not been seen since the sending out word to authorities in nearby to be on the lookout for said he is a man about 35 years five feet five inches tall and weighing about 200 When last seen he was wearing a brown checked He drives a green Oakland they Mrs. Zellar did not learn until early this morning that her band had been knew that something had happened because I felt she telling of lying awake for three hours Monday Night Watchman Is Shot By Mistake Nov. shot by mistake is just as painful as be- ing shot on Henry Keller a night was walking out of a south State street restaurant last night when a shot seared his Falling to the he looked up to see a man and a pretty woman standing over a smoking weapon in the man's that isn't the the woman said the and the couple Keller was taken to a Sinclair Cited For Criminal Contempt LITHUANIAN AND POLISH OUTBREAK DELEGATES OF 26 COUNTRIES TO ATTEND FOURTH SION OF PREPARATORY COM- MISSION FOR Nov. Eu- ropean statesmen intent on ing the controversy between Poland and Lithuania reaching a point which would disturb the peace of delegates of 26 countries will attend the fourth session of the preparatory commission for the world's disarmament conference which opens here tomorrow under the auspices of the League of To Propose Maxim head of Russian is reported to propose pacts of not only with nations bordering on but also with Great Britain and the United The Soviet government will participate in tha conference as a non-member of tha The United States is tha only other non-member Lithuania's case against Poland is specifically the alleged mistreatment of Lithuanian clergy and the ing of Lithuanian schools in the Vilna To this complaint Premier of Lithuania has added Poland seeks to bring about the of the Kovno In the Lithuanian premier complained bitterly of what ha termed and tive by Poland on the ent line of he no Lithuanian today will by the name of Desired The Polish attitude toward was defined in a note pre- sented by Polish ministers in all European including The note declared that land's sole aim was establish normal relations of good Extraordinary police precautions are being taken for both the armament and league council Newspapermen have been obliged to attache photographs to their admission no biles are allowed to park in the league courtyard and detectives swarm about the Russian delegation Lilliendahl Story Is Questionable Court Mays N. Nov. men tell no but their rigid faces are veritable diagrams of the manner in which they two doctors testified at the Lilliendahl murder trial And the bullet punctured face of Doctor A. William they indicated that he had stumbled on that it had come swiftly and that he passed from life before any emotion could register on his The witnesses were Dr. Edward and and Dr. Lewis the physician ed the Both said the tim's face was in perfect showing no signs of fright any strong The witnesses said that in cases of sudden death emotions showing on the face at the time were into This testimony was adduced by the state to break down the defense of the victim's who with Willis Beach is charged with the that the killing was done by two Thief Gets From Cash Drawer New Nov. F. Sinclair today was served with a ation for criminal contempt of court in connection with the jury surveillance Service was effected on Mr. clair at the offices of the Sinclair Refining company and followed an arrangement made by United States Marshal Hecht on j The marshal had telephoned Mr. Sinclair Tuesday that Tuesday would be convenient for him to serve the citation and Mr. Sinclair arranged to be in his The citation nerved by a deputy While John of the lund and Son tire Grand was making a repair for a tomer in front of his place of ness last an unknown thief en- tered the shop and took about from the cash No arrests have been made but Chief of Police Payne said today that information had been obtained which may lead to the identification of the guilty NOV. 29 36 Dayi to Avoid the Remember to buy Christmas IN FW SPA PERI
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