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Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - June 15, 1928, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin A. P. LEASED WIRE paper is served by leased wire with the report of the Associated A CONSTRUCTIVE Fifteenth 4578. NEWSPAPER 12 PAGES TODAY The net paid circulation of The Tribune is Wisconsin June 15, 1928. Price Three Cents Today A Brave Merry The President Arthur Mrs. Emmeline who died will be remembered with gratitude and Possessing determination and self-sacrifice of which few men would be Mrs. Pankhurst led and won the battle for woman In her magnificent campaign she faced the contempt of dull men and stupid Some day the women of the world will to her ory the monument that she HOOVER AND G. 0. P. LINE-UP Cal Endorses Hoover The demonstration in Kansas City lent an artistic touch to the It was suggested that Mr. Florenz of the had been engaged to pre- pare the just as he would do for a rural scene in his New York WIRES SECRETARY WELCOME Seeks Vice Presidency TOWN GAILY BEDECKED FOR ARRIVAL OF PRESIDENT AND MRS. GO TO BRULE BY The farmers brought hay forks and hoes on their and while they didn't sing Are Merry or stamp their hoe handles on the ground in they presented a pretty What disappointed of the financed that Americans in Paris sing George M. Cohan's war changed to Hoover was over there when he was NEEDED He was at work in the Mississippi valley when he was needed backed by President Coolidge's in the time of If he is elected president of the United States the people will find him just where he is President leaving tics to the is off to fishing A while at the White showing to this writer improvements that had been made for his dent Coolidge is no ness to wish me four years more of this and he meant it. June President Coolidge endorsed th nomination of Herbert Hoover a the Republican presidential candi date by sending to the secretary in Washington a tele gram of congratulations and per sonal appreciation immediately upon reaching Superior He praised the personal qualities of the President Coolidge was informed eaily today on the train by ward T. his personal of the nomination of Heibert Hoover at the Kansas City The news reached the special train Mr. Coolidge to his summer White House on the Brule river after the chief executive had First Lady All Smiles Coolidge smiling happily and apparently none the worse for the long trip from the was from the rear of the She was wearing a red suit with a tan silk The country is grateful for the work he has while there was never any question of a third since Mr. Coolidge has been elected president only the ple admire his unwillingness to raise the slightest thud term Jack Dempsey discovers that real estate provides the softest road to He sold a hotel in Los An- geles for making a profit of with great and have to hit anybody the point of the or let anybody hit him to make the Real estate works You buy crowds move in your mothers produce more which puts up and without a struggle you arc worth thousands or millions Ask the Or ask single taxers and see them Mrs. Irvine L. Lenroot presented her with a large bouquet of roses and was photographed with Mr. and Mrs. together with Mayor Fred Baxter of and Mayor S. F. Snively of A welcoming committee stretching half a block from the greeted the president as he alighted while the Superior public school band in white stood in the background providing Preparations were made to take Mrs. Coolidge on the train to four miles north of dar Island Lodge on the historic and Her Vacation Spirit A seemed to take hold of Coolidge as ho was driven in an open car through Senator Charles of will uphold the Republican with Secretary Hoover in the next presidential He was today on the first ballot for vice president at Kansas 1 CONVENTION IN JOYOUS ROAR AS HOOVER NAMED ALLIANCE AGAINST TARY COLLAPSES AS HE IS NOMINATED ON 1ST BALLOT WITH ALMOST UNANIMOUS VOTE BY BYRON Associated Press Staff Writer Kansas June The overwhelming choice of his party Herbert Hoover is the Republican presidential nominee of 1928. His nomination was voted late Thursday night on the first ballot in a landslide that piled up at his feet nearly of the entire vote of the The alliance of candidates against him collapsed and scattered and his chief Frank 0. withdrew disappointed and dissatisfied with the party platform plank on farm Turn to Hoover Lowden's elimination was follow ed by the accession of many of his gates to the Hoover though 74 of the 250 or so that had been credited to him stuck to the ship and voted for den despite his Out of the total of 1084 votes Hoover had in the end with only 542 needed to be Most of the lest were scattered among Presidential Candidate Watson and with none of ASSIST While Republicans at Kansas City put prohibition into their they are putting all sorts of rigid liquids into their J. E. in confidence to Cyras K. re- ports that Man River himself is no wetter than Kansas The principal ingredients of that great boom town at present being gin and fancy if you are effeminate enough to want the gayly decorated and lined streets of the He re- promptly to the cheers and along the ing his sailor straw hat time and and smiling at the office workers hanging from the windows in the business The President and Mrs. Coolidge were on the observation platform of their car as the nine car tram pulled into the city which for weeks has been in ish preparation for their It wag the first time Mrs. Coolidge had appeared since leaving ington and the second time the president had seen outside his car Following the orders of Major pal she remained resting in bed most of the Since Nelly Ely finished her trip around the and Dorothy Dix turned from straight reporting to deep no lady writer has appeared as brilliant as Katherine Her description of great men in Kansas City from the wide open and tight shut places isn't were not so much the kind of men that a girl as the kind she just Progressives Lose Place on Committee Convention Kansas June Follette Re- front at lost their fight to be represented on the lican national the convention today declining to take a hand in their dispute with the so-called regular BELIEVE PARTY IN BALLOON BEING BLOWN T W A R p STRANDED MEN MAY SKOOT BEARS FOR Kings June 15. strong east wind ing in today made it probable that the radio pai ty was being driven more to the ward in the direction of the parties now seeking to reach the stranded men off Northeast Snow and Sunshine It snowed the but sunshine succeeded the storm today making conditions favorable for further While there has been much prehension concerning the fate of the seven men earned off in the Italia's balloon and who have since been it was felt at Bay that this must have the skiis which were in the Italia's Union Terms Fire Hook-up as Insulting them having enough to match den's 74. Despite further personal woid from President Coolidge that he did not want his name the con- he was nominated formally by Representative Ralph Cole of Ohio and 17 votes were cast for him from Illinois and four from The nomination was voted by a convention which had undergone a great change since its drab and un- interesting opening last The Hoover people came to the night session manifestly determined to make a jubilee of it while the of the opposing ising the battle was all weie plainly disposed to keep a stiff Herbert C. secretary of nominated last night on the first ballot at Kansas City as the Republican choice for IN MOVIE THRILLER Sentiments concerning the at- per lip and see it tin tempt to the plant of the L. Latin Clothing company by fire j Get Out of Hand early Wednesday voiced by Repeatedly during the hours members of the Wisconsin Rapids en UP uith nominating and Central Labor Union at a regular inS speeches the delegates got en- session last weie today in- tirely out of A Hoover demo by H. E. in be- stration of more than 20-mmute half of that in an open duration swept the floor at the vci letter to The in which the beginning of the speech placing hi attempt is denounced as in with delegates para a and The Tribune is mS around through tho nario called to task for its alleged ence to the Central Labor Union in connection with the ad- the equipment and thus have the vantage of them for use on softening ice. Can Hunt Bears The balloon parly also has a supply of rifles and ammunition which will enable them to add to their provisions by hunting polar bear which are reported in the re- The arrival of the powerful sian ice breaker Maligin is cattily awaited as it is felt that sho the best means of reaching the Tribune Apology Demanded Public apology by the newspaper singing and shouting ai whooping it up for their man in th most approved convention A similar ovation greeted the ac tual presenting of name a the end of the speech and theie wa is demanded in the and the i a deafening thunder clap of declaration is made that no laboring when the of the first an member and no of union in these is of acts of sabotage and destruction of The Central Labor body on Page More rioting in six forty Byron would be prised to hear what happened after Greece escaped the rule of the LITTLE JOE Fearing Power of Major Hoople Joins Their March WT A SLAP CM HE ISATT By MAJOR AMOS HOOPLE Famous Game Hot Air A pnd Political Expert 1028, The Tribune an 3f. 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Telegraph to The Kansas June being an old war I hav a touch of spasm today from 1 am so stiff and lame taxed me to the limit to fol low a boy with a bucket cracked ice down a corridor of the Hotel He stopped at room 843, which a made a memo of on my sleeve ping on the door a few minutes by mistake I was greeted by a large man with an ice pack ed against his swollen cheek to ease the pain of teeth I was a bit as I hoped it might be the headquarters of the Alaska who had ordered the cracked ice to remind them of and ward off my as I started to before being intercepted by the was caused by marching all day and evening with the tural forces I have ed forces with the be- ing a gentleman I always wear gloves when shaking hands with a pump Borrows Cigar for Match struck up conversation with a gentleman by borrowing a cigar from him for my He was from and his sympathy was for farm He went on in detail to explain the farmers Even to the point when the status at the dining table would be endangered three meals a As the farmer is largely re- for the daily menu of all ity men like I inwardly guite Great lad visions of my meals being d to only a second My Free Tickets to Big Circus Ready for Youngsters on Page D'you want to see the Robbins big that is coming to Wisconsin June 21st. The Wisconsin Rapids Tribune has found you the Through the management of the Robbins Bros. Circus this newspaper purchased a large block of tickets made just for They include a ticket to the big circus where you will see a the funny trained el and a multitude of bi circus You can also see th side The fa the largest the smal est lady in the and a num ber of other Bu that's not You also get free ticket for the big wild wes which has Ponca and a large band of Sioux here's the All you have to do is to get out and Just secure one subscriber for the Tribune for six months or After you get the bring or send the coupon into this office and you will receive one of the big yellow special tickets for the big The coupon will be found on another page in this its up to you boys and There's only one You must be under 16 years of The tickets arc waiting for you in this You better get only ballot announced towar Curtis of Kansas also was with all the might and main of the delegation fiom the sunflower state who were joined by the delegates of Oklahoma in a parade around the There weie lesser ovations for all of the placed in nomination and in cases the Hoover ous in their helped the fun along to the of the pre- siding Senator whose wooden gavel was not big enough to crash through the con- barrage of noise fiom the floor and restore Hoover Expresses Appreciation June Hoover today sent the ing message to George H. chairman of the Republican National convention at Kansas have your telegram and I cerely appreciate the confidence which the party has shown in me and the honor bestowed upon me. convey too great a comp ment when you say I have earne the right to the presidential nomin No man can establish an obi gation upon any part of the Amer can My country owes me n It as it gives ever boy and a It gave m on Page 600 PEOPLE SEE 40-ACRE TRACT TORN INTO FIELD AS CHICAGO COPS RE- TWO BANDITS June charged mail has emerged fiom his third gun battle in eight years with cago police wounded but still The alleged leader of the recent Evergreen Paik tram with four the jailer and escaped from the Dupage county jail at Wheaton Joseph a companion in the jail break was wounded and cap- with Cleaver late but the other three members of the gang remain at The conclusion of the manhunt furnished all the action of a motion The scene was a 40- acie prairie tract that resembled a battlefield after the 50 LATIN PLANT IS IN at COO climbed minutes of fighting brought the pair under At one side of the field stood the estimated many of whom to the tops of their auto- mobiles to obtain a better view of the None was The casualties included Lieut. An- drew Barry of the detective was wounded three not Cleaver and each hot 11 Farina had one ct near his heait and probably will Cleaver may At a pital both said want to Police estimated 400 shots were ired in the battle between 100 ice and the who were ig in a dugout in the center of a wampy Cleaver and Farina armed with two two shotguns and pistols and ere captured only after their y of ammunition became 1. Police were obliged to fight from le firing from a distance of about 60 yards into the stronghold DEPUTY FIRE PROB ING RECENT SEES FUR THER ATTEMPTS ON PROP BLAMES L A B 0 R TROUBLE Predictions that attempts be made to destroy the Latin Clothing company either by ire or were voiced today by Julius J. deputy state who is in this city gating the incendiary fire started on the Latin premises Wednesday Blames Labor Trouble The recent labor trouble between the Amalgamated Clothing union and the local is of the desperadoes hidden behind a thick clump of Mustard Plaster for Chief Payne's The Buick driven by Chief of Police R. S. Payne was given a mustard plaster when it collided with a light delivery truck driven by Frank in the 100 block on Third avenue afternoon at about 5 The delivery track ed with jars ojf mustard which broken and spilled when the crash Both cars were damaged to a small blamed by Krug for the at- tempt to destroy the Latin He that the situation was climaxed when L. Latin went to Milwaukee to testify in the Adlei injunction He has ed the of the building from the so that if further plots are afoot the may be apprehended and to The present plan of an out- side guard will only tend to scare off the culprits and lessen the chance of catching Gas Brought Here In company with Chief of Police R. S. Mr. Krug has irade an entire in the vicinity of the textile and in the couise of us through not made it was that three men were seen loitering about the building shortly before the fire bioke Marshal Krug is working on the theory that the trans- NAME KANSAN ON 1ST BALLOT FOR VICE PRESIDENCY WEST AND SOUTH RI- VAL IN THROWING DENCE TO IS STRONG FOR ANSAS Hoover and So reads the Republican In a landslide of prop even outdoing that in which Herbert Hoover himself was last night for the Republican national convention at its concluding session today selected Senator Charles Curtis of Kansas as running East and west and south joined in a tumultuous rivalry to give the tribute and confidence of their port to the swarthy of Indian once a now the leader of his party in the United States His selection was urged by his partisans and accepted by the delegates of er sections as a link between the presidential nominee and the farm bloc which was so overwhelmingly beaten yesterday in an attempt to the tion fee into the Republican Voted for Farm Relief Senator Curtis voted for both of the bills which were vetoed by President When the attempt was made three weeks ago to pass the 1928 over the the Kansas tor stood by the He himself had been a candidate for the with the support of Kansas and Oklahoma to the Although his vice presidential had been handicapped by the record of his stubborn resistance against his pointed out that lie not only an- his allegiance to the ard bearer and platform as soon as the selection was but sent a ringing of congratulation to Mr. Nominated on First Ballot Like Curtis was ed on the first and there were only a few scattered votes for During the final period of con- vention oratory set aside for and seconding speeches other names but before roll call every one of had been June Hoover telegraphed to or Cuitis of Kansas his upon the latter's nomination vice president on the Republican icket before the roll call was com- today at the Kansas City con- Complete 2 Miles on Trunk C Only 18 Days Till ported their contained in six 5-gallon cans which were later discovered by Cliff night by automobile from out- side the parked their car near the Daly Ice and Coal company of- and when the opportune ment arrived they carried the cans Paving woik on the two-mile stretch along County be- tween Eight Comers and was completed yesterday by the Construction com- pany of and is open for The same concern is now paving two of the side streets in the of Laying of on Baker between Twelfth and in this and along Highway 54 past the local has also been contracted for by the and the work is advancing Senator Wed Since 1894, Divorced And Wisconsin Gala Celebration EVERYBODY WILL BE and started the across the G. B. W. railroad tracks It is practically impossible to trace the purchase of the cans or states Mr. because there are no marks of identification on the The deputy fire marshal at however will make what investigations can in that where it is believed the plot had its Fights Mark Tucky Pledge to Al Smith June 15. After a day of factional clashes re- in fist challenges to personal jeering and ling of Kentucky Democratic convention Thursday night voted to pledge its 26 tional delegates to Smith of New Fond du June Senator W. A. Titus of Fond du Lac was granted a divorce from his Rose today by County Judge A. E. Richter on grounds of cruel and The suit was not Senator and Mrs. Titus were ried in 1895. Weather Report Fair in mostly cloudy in west portion tonight and with ably warmer tonight and in southeast portion L Today's Weather Maximum temperature for the 24 hour period ending at 7 a. 69; minimum for same 89; at 7 a. 55.
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