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Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - December 3, 1927, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin A. P. LEASED WIRE This paper It served tawed wire the newt report of the Associated Daily Tribune C N S R U C T I V E NEWSPAPER 8 PAGES TODAY rhe net paid of The Tribune is Fourteenth 4414. December 3, 1927. Price Three Cents Today Mr. Rockefeller's Mr. Ford's 64 Mr. Hoover's Bright Mrs. Taylor's Song Arthur Brisbane John D. Rockefeller jr. told the 26 Broadway all employes of Standard that the four ant qualities are IN- CLEAN SINGLENESS OF Mr. Rockefeller's who built one of the greatest fortunes and uses it fighting disease and ig- selected two im- portant in material AND STATE REPUBLICANS PRAISE COOLIDGE Which is most clean living or sin of Singleness o purpose brings Characte and clean living make it wort Integrity is the of the other Useful thought is promoted defining and according t their the qualities with in St. 13th Is selects hope these but the great est of these is Bacon's three aids to mental ef quoted from are maketh a full Writ ing maketh an exact Speak ing maketh a ready Bacon's three should young At London's the Ford car great was first exhibition of the crowd was so difficult to elbow one's way into the The low prices amaze the British and dis- turb British Ford with plants in Peking and will operate inside the tariff In one particular respect the new Ford is better than the Its windshield is made of which does not fly about in case of On the first day London ordered new Ford and new Fords have been ordered ready in the United The Canadian demand is as Stock in the Ford Company of Canada has gone up a of which Mr. Rockefeller seems to have worked Ford's well in Henry What interests men past middle age is the fact that Henry Ford for thirty years has worked under terrific pressure day and eclipsing in achievement every in- manufacturer and big business man that ever is able at 64 years of age to throw aside and junk the greatest collection of tools and machinery in the world and start He has closed down a business that would have paid him millions of profit a had he been content to let it ly die And at 64, with the energy of 25, he creates a gigantic doing that which his friends and competitors alike would have thought SENATORS FIRM ON DEMAND FOR THREE ISSUES WANT ACTION ON FARM RE- LIMIT OF ISSUANCE OF GATION CENTRAL AMERICA Dec. advantage of their power to defeat the organization plans of old guard members of the senate's western independent republican bloc stood pat today on their demands for assurance that the sion would bring to a vote three questions which they regard as Foremost among these was The content themselves cultural did not with asking in a general way for farm on the other they stipulated that the which they say must be brought to a be based on the Haugen measure which fwas passed by both houses of congress at the last session only to encounter the barrier of a presidential Limit Federal Courts The second issue upon which surance of action was demanded was a designed to limit the jurisdiction of federal courts in the issuance of and the a resolution calling for a thoroughgoing investigation of the administration's policy in Central and South the much discussed measure providing for reduction in was virtually ready to be in- as soon as the house is organized for business on A few minor changes only re- mained to be before it could given final approval by the louse ways and means Reelect Curtis Leader The demands of the western ators were presented to Senator of late after a party caucus had reelected Death Plot May Face Chair New Dec. 42-year- old lower East side clothier faced the electric chair today after being convicted of drowning his 22-year- old business partner on whose life he had placed a insurance policy naming himself as Joseph merchant who was accused of conspiring with ry 17, and Irving 20, to bring about the of Benjamin was found guilty last night of der in the first A jury in Brooklyn deliberated seven Greenberg was and who turned state's was held for He will probably be permitted to plead guilty to a lesser Goldstein was drowned in send Bay last August 26 when he was pushed by Rubinzahl out of a boat in which Greenberg also in his said that he was paid for the crime BOMB SHATTERS SCHOOL TEACHER INJURED POLICE HOLD SWEETHEART WHO PLACED BOMB IN STOVE BECAUSE HE DID NOT WISH TO MARRY THE GIRL by Lefkowitz contended that stein was to be picked up in the bay by another boat and was to hide near South until the in- surance could be he overstepped the bounds of the plot and drowned Goldstein in order to obtain a large share of the money by blackmailing the Dec. lola 23-year-old country school lay near day moaning in her moments of half consciousness the name of Hiram her Reed was being held under bonds charges of assault and of AMERICAN UNDER FRENCH CONTROL RELEASED FROM F R E N FOREIGN BENNETT DOTY REMAINS UNDER CON- TROL OF LEGION Secretary who has ed up and down in the United States investigating conditions and possibilities of year in and year is optimistic in his report for 1927. wages in the United States remain higher than anywhere else in the or in any time of the Knowing what the resources of this country are he see Mr. Hoover is one of the men whose ity and good work help to create and maintain Mrs. talented Los les says we sing the kind of which counts for our crime Such songs as Hot says this youth to Young people sing the foolish songs and young people fill the modern Saxophones are Jazz properly used is all songs about love are all and drive nobody to if they are est. lim Republican They bore signature of La Follette and of Nye and zier of North all and of who usually ast his ballot with the Republicans m organization Curtis aid he would reply but meanwhile withheld Nor would the independents discuss the subject or what action they would ake should their demands be de- Their obvious method of re- would be to bolt le party organization ue to the senate's narrow can giving victory to the In addition to naming Curtis floor the caucus nominated Senator Moses of New to succeed himself as president pro reelected Senator Watson of as assistant floor er and chose Senator Hale of as conference Three 8 Arrested Dec. of an gang of recruited in Kansas St. Paul and was believed to have been brought to light day when police arrested three women and eight A number of raids by detective squads followed news of the of Morris St. Paul real estate operator and wholesale and the efforts of the gang to obtain ransom from a wealthy friend of A Minneapolis attorney showed police a letter to Mrs. purporting to be from the demanding ransom for the release of her Roisner was naped last Dec. nett J. of re- leased from serving the last 30 months of his five year enlistment in the French foreign today remained under the supervision of legion officials and will be under their control until he leaves either Cherbourg or Havre for With vision of a night in a hotel bed among white clean sheets ter 30 months spent either in the legion as a soldier or in French military he was quickly disillusioned on his arrival French legion officials politely but firmly informed him he must spend the night in the military barracks at Even after he is placed on a ship for Marseilles this after- noon he will be under full and complete supervision of the legion until he leaves for Deserted in Syria It was in Syria that he deserted while fighting the After being threatened with execution he was finally sent to a French tary He was pardoned shortly after the visit of the ican Legion to and returned to Algeria to complete his The young whose riage to Reed had been set for was injured possibly ly by the explosion of dynamite in the schoolhouse stove in which she was attempting to start a Reed told officers that he put the mite in the stove because he want to get married just Only for the fact that she was kneeling low beside the stove when the dynamite exploded Miss ford would have been officers Had she been they she would have been struck by the top of the stove which was blown off with great Faces 75-Year Sentence The charges on which Reed was arraigned were assault with intent to bombing a and in- juring a person by Even should the teacher state's at- torney Hanson Reed might possibly be sentenced to 75 It was the approaching hood of the young woman and her insistence that the date of their marriage be no longer Reed that prompted the In a detailed account of the events leading up to the placing of the dynamite in the Reed said the plan began forming in his mind two months became insistent that I marry her about a week he told I agreed to next Sunday as the date and told her I had ordered a After leaving her Wednesday I walked half a mile to the school where she I stuffed the dynamite into the wadding it with waste I attached the caps and ran the fuse to the firewood so that it would be touched off when she lit the fire in the Confident She Will Recover After his talk with officers who is 24 and the son of a expressed confidence that the girl would would not prosecute him and would marry May Advise Additions to Navy's Fleet Dec. ad- it is announced at the White will recommend that the coming congress authorize ther additions to the navy's fleet of A number of the present vessels of that class are considered as having passed their period of usefulness and it is believed that these should be The construction of eight cruisers of the first class already has been authorized by to be added to the ten now in Even with this it is pointed out at the Navy the United States short of the cruiser tonnage to which it is entitled un- der the 5-5-3 and the general board of the Navy has recommended to the budget bureau a five-year con- struction program calling for six cruisers a While there have been no indications of what specific recommendations the administration will it is understood that president Coolidge favors this The Navy general board also has recommended a construction gram for destroyers and DISARMAMENT MEET AT GENEVA ADJOURNS TODAY SOVIET RUSSIA SUFFERS DE- FEAT DATE ENCE IN SELECTION OF FOR NEXT FAIL TO AGREE DEADLOCK IS NEW TRIAL MAY BE ORDERED CORDING TO OPINION OF COURT Dec. 3. After having been out more than 20 a jury in district court this morning was continuing its de- liberation over the fate of Fred blind slayer and former La Crosse Unable to reach an agreement after 10 deliberation the jury of five women and seven were ordered locked up for the night by Judge George Deliberations were resumed early He was finally ordered re- leased from that by the French war Doty was called into the office of Col. commander of the legion at Sidi Bel That hard boiled veteran of 25 years service enlisted as Gilbert you are a free LITTLE JOE Milwaukee Fire Does Damage Dec. five guests at a downtown hotel were aroused by police at m. day and warned to be ready to flee the building when a fire joining place threatened the ture for a Firemen succeeded in confining the blaze the building in which it started and the guests were ted to go back to their rooms as soon as safety was Bee Blamed For Auto Accident Dec. bee blundered into an automobile driven by Judith a few months she may have to pay to an occupant of the Eva claimed that when Miss Swanson looked around at a bee the crashed and she was The jury found for the plaintiff in I cuit court you are an extremely lucky the colonel should have been executed in You should have had twelve lets in your He called Doty one of the finest soldiers he had ever seen and praised his two mentions in orders for gallant con- in battle against the Fire Threatens Adams County Court House to action on the part of the Friendship volunteer fire department prevented what might have been a serious blaze in the the Adams court The flames started in the coal Small damage was was too crazy about he The who is the ter of a retired minister of 111., arrived at the one room schoolhouse in the morning ahead of the Grace 9-year-old, was with A few seconds after she had lighted the fire there was an ex- The old-fashioned stove was blown to desks were wrecked and windows The Johnson ran screaming from the Calls Name of Reed Taken to the home of her Miss Bradford at intervals called the name of not connecting him with the Officers looked up Reed in early course of their He expressed no concern when told of Miss Bradford's injury and no knowledge of the He accompanied the sheriff to the surveyed the wrecked inter- ior with polite interest and then suddenly began describing in detail what had led to the ex- Deadlock Indications of Expected a deadlock over the verdict to be rendered against the man who killed his and fatally wounded 16-year-old Gordon Goetzinger were ent as the jury Scraps of paper told the story of the fort to reach a verdict during the long hours of the afternoon and Should the jury fail to reach a decision a ment may be declared and a new trial in the opinion of court Three Verdicts Possible Three may be brought in by the They Guilty of murder in the first not guilty because of insanity at the time of the commission of the not Schulze's spirits rose as the hours went by and the jury failed to He friends that there are some on the jury who believed his story of his love for his wife and of his efforts to reestablish his home and of his mental anguish when he failed to effect a While were two murder charges lodged against the trial dealt only with the slaying of Mrs. The murder charge growing out of the death of Gordon Goetzinger still is Dec. The preparatory disarmament con- which opened Nov. 30, ad- today after Soviet Russia had suffered a defeat in selection of the date for the next Russia had battled to have the disarmament commission meet again Jan. 10 on the grounds that the sooner the conference meets the Count Von the German supported this sition but with less In declaring dent Louden warned that ment must be built not on but England Stands Pat The impression prevailed at eva today that Great Britain stands firm in her decision not to under- take any more obligations in tions to European This im- pression arose from the tion of Lord British to the preparatory ment to the British newspapermen that Britain is dis- inclined to sign any more security pacts and is disarmed to the lowest possible Saying that tons had been scrapped in the navy and the army reduced to the level of an im- police he have done voluntarily what we are asking others to If we are stripped we cannot take off more As to security he Must Be Cautious ministers must be mely cautious about binding selves of future parliaments as to what might be necessary in an un- foreseen great It is very doubtful whether additional security would be obtained merely by ing more The injection of article 19 of the league of nations which provides for the of by Count Von German into a security meeting discussion has created a It has been interpreted as the opening of diplomatic drive for reconsideration of the treaty of but the German gates tried to minimize the tance of the matter saying that it would be a mistake to deduce that Germany had intentionally launched a campaign to revamp the There is apparently little chance Investigate Padlocking Practices Dec. ner in which federal padlocks have been applied by charged with that duty was being Although the law requires that notice of padlocking be posted in plain view of persons passing locking the investigators are reported to have found in- stances where the notices are stuck on the back of at the bottom a slot machine and even in George E. Q. United States district yesterday denied published reports that a federal investigation was being made of a possible connection be- tween ward politicians and bling and vice He that the prohibition de- in Chicago is being built up and that the public might ex- from future Chicago's last night shattered windows and did small damage to a building on West Roosevelt do not believe it was connected with the gambling war to which they attribute most of the 13 previous bombings of the last IN POLICE BELIEVE THEY HAVE BEST CLUES RUN ACROSS SO TO SLAYER OF PORTAGE GIRL ENDORSEMENT IS FIRST GIVEN IN YEARS GEORGE VITS AND MRS. MARY G. THOMAS CHOSEN AS BERS OF NATIONAL TEE of the much heralded meeting be- tween Maxim head of the Russian and Sir Austin British foreign taking place in Rumors have been in circulation for days that the Russians and the British would meet to discuss the possible restoration of diplomatic relations between the two Dec. Possessing that he termed best clues run across so in the case of Helen 14, murdered Portage District Attorney E. J. Morrison of Portage left today for Milwaukee where he will check on statements of a suspect made to here today and Morrison is to investigate the statement of the made in questioning this that he had slept in a Milwaukee mission house the night of Nov. 13, when the girl was He previously told Sheboygan police he had been in Portage that Other tory statements he made are to be investigated and Morrison said the man may possibly be taken age for further Home Near Plymouth The who live at near told Dec. the first time in twenty the consin republican state committee endorsed the National republican in a meeting here this George and Mrs. Harry E. were endorsed as bers of the republican National Both are members of that portion of the Republican party opposed to the Lafollette The introduced by Lawrence heartily endorse the administration of National affairs by the republican administration under the able of President Calvin His administration has brought prosperity to all classes of our has resulted in a stupendous lowering of has greatly diminished the National and has brought the standard of living in America to the highest level ever Commend President commend the fearless and vigorous of those unfaithful to public trust and the obligations of good at- tempted to public We further commend the dent's unswerving and loyal support of the ideals and Says Weatherman Dec. temperatures are hovering about the zero mark in prospects for milder weather were good with the weather bureau here predicting rising temperatures night and Stevens Point and Wausau vied for the questionable honor of being Miss Bradford was so badly mangled that there is little hope for Weather Report Mostly cloudy tonight and probably rising Cloudy Weather Maximum temperature for 24 hours ending at 31; 2 below Pleads Not Guilty To Moonshine Charge Junction of this bartender at the Heise pleaded not guilty to a charge of sale of intoxicating liquor when arraigned before the federal court commissioner at He was released on bonds of inski was arrested when federal of- upon entering the Heise found him dispensing what they took to be moonshine Pioneer Publisher Dies at 87 Years Los Dec. Walter Adelbert 87, pioneer died at his home here His most successful publishing enterprises were started at Tecumseh and De- and at I the coldest place in the state Friday J with temperatures of 8 below zero reported at those La Crosse and the West central tries had temperatures ranging from 2 below officials Madison registered a minimum of 2 degrees above zero and kee 9 More snow will probably come with the rising temperatures eau officials ties that he had come home three weeks ago after a roving had appeared had gone out tle and had kept his clothes in the barn most of the He was ar- rested Thursday and sentenced to 60 days in the county jail hero for driving a mortgaged car out of the Attaches at the jail here said the man had acted and had ed and asked to have his clothe washed as if he feare there were blood on He wor a green and black its strand tallying with those found on th cover of the book th Leng girl was carrying when sh was Denies Acquaintance The suspect had at first told au that he knew Helen Leng but later said that the girl h thought was Helen Leng was a gir named whom he me in Sun near H denied his earlier statement that h had attended the slain girl's funera and denied that he had gone from where he left his car to averring he went to Mil Weekly Weather For the region of the Great Probably two or three precipitation mostly temperature near seasonal average for the most part. For the Upper Mississippi and lower Missouri valleys and the them and central great one or two precipitation periods especially in north week as a whole will probably average near normal in British Engineer Explains Miracle of Wireless Phone Wisconsin Rapids has as a guest in one of its homes this week no less a personage than Colonel Thomas Fortune a British officer and chief engineer of the British postal who has identified closely with the development of wireless telephony and the development of the tele- graph and telephone service of Great Col. Purves is a brother of J. B. 1030 Elm Local residents and other erg of The Tribune will remember reading in these columns last spring about J. Purves talking to his brother in England by less Wireless telephony was then Jn its infancy and though in terms of months and days it is still remarkable progress has been made and today it is sible to have telephone tion with all points in Great tain and Europe from all points in the United States and Credit for a great deal of this work is due to the efforts of Col. Purves and his highly trained corps of Col. Purves came to the United States as the head of the British delegation to the Washington which closed Col. Purves gave an interesting story to The Tribune this morning touching on three phases of his on Page Contributes To Dec. is richer by through a bution to the state treasurer's science fhe following letter received from a Minnesota address tells the find in payment for one was it barrels of cement which I and another guy took without paying from the state while working for a road paving outfit in the summer of 1924. do not choose to sign C. O. Architect and Golf Dies Dec. 3. Charles Oscar Memphis ar- for many years a leading executive in American amateur nominee for the presidency of the U. S. Golf died here last following ah extended principles of the Republican resolved that we en- dorse the principles of the can party as set forth in the form of the last Republican tional Mr. Vits was elected with 19 votes to 16 for Herman L. former attorney-general of on the final Others nominated weren Frank C. Whitefish and Alvin C. On the first Mr. Ekern re- 16 Mr. Vits 11, Mr. 8, and Mr. Kletch 1. Vits Proxy Mr. though not a member of the state was present in the voting by ty of a proxy from Stephen editor of the Janesville Mrs. Thomas won with 20 votes to 16 for Mrs. Rose Sauk secretary of the state com- and Mrs. closest competitor for the office of al The committee which opened an hour later than uled because of caucuses among the gave promise of dis- solving without attending to any business when Eugene moved its on the ground that it was net a meeting of the Republican committee because several who arc allied with the con- servative failed to on Coolidge To Visit Havana Month Dec. dent Coolidge is to carry the ings and good wishes of the United States to her neighbor Nations next journeying to Havana to address the sixth Pan-American Under present he will be accompanied by Mrs. Kellogg and possibly tary and will go by special train to Key where a ship will be waiting to convey the party to the Cuban Due to the fact that congress will be in session and er considerations maXing his ence in Washington his stay in Havana will be ly The Congress will open January 16. 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