Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - August 25, 1928, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin A. P. LEASED WIRE piper If wired by leased wire with the news report of the Associated NEWS PA P E R 8 PAGES TODAY The net paid circulation of The Tribune U Fifteenth 4638. Wisconsin August 25, 1928. Price Three Today Many A Little Can't Worry Wall St. and Getting Arthur Farmers in Pennsylvania com- plain of wild deer eating their Twenty years ago there were only a thousand deer in the now there are a There are no wolves in Deer help and warm each wolves don't help each Read a Factor in Gov. who understands and Mr. master of nance and talked in New York for an hour yesterday about campaign Herbert Hoover is on his way to the perfectly sat his friends with conditions in the farm Republicans believe that what they call Smith's on the farm question wdl keep farmers in the Republican FIFTEEN KILLED IN SUBWAY WRECK Discover Body of Girl Stuffed in Culvert Newspapers of Texas comment bitterly on Gov. Smith's prohibition The suggestion that state governments should into the liquor seems particularly August of New on the other public spirited lifelong with many millions of will vote for He likes Ks prohibition MURDER VICTIM NOT IDENTIFIED EXHUME BODY AFTER BURIAL IN POTTERS PARENTS OF MISSING GIRLS VIEW RE- MAINS TO NO AVAIL After Tornado Hit Minnesota Town Wall street neither toiling nor but watching the ticker are free from worry in this They sent stocks booming again bought and sold in the first few nearly 000 shares But for those foolish enough to go short in this It was a sad day for then almost any day is sad Those who realize that the lar now is worth GO cents compared with 1914, while our properties are a great deal more than they were then in real know that the prosperity boom is just Selling stocks isn't the only ful production and consumption nre establishing new high records in many according to the department of The first half of 1927 a now high The first half of 1928 beats it. automobile and er industries are retail sales and savings in- You can't complain of that As a nation we are richer than and getting richer all the In as regards you may be anything you any you must not dle with the Aug. Identity of the young woman found buried in a culvert and the victim of a murderer appeared far from solution with doubt cast on the possibility that she was either Lenora or Alice two missing kee Of the Dr. E. T. believed that it would be Miss Farkas rather than Miss Miss dentist said the girl had matured out her wisdom The body found appeared to be that of a woman older than Miss Farkas who was 14. Explode Theory A theory that the young woman was Miss 25-year-old tic of who disappeared from Milwaukee June 10, was ex- when further examination of the exhumed this morning from the Potters disclosed the appendix Miss Abitz had her appendix Milwaukee police records In other respects the body tallied with the tion of Miss whose father was en route by automobile from Wausau today in effort to solve his daughter's Returning to Elkhorn today Mrs. Gazella Farkas viewed the posed body of the and LIFE IN PRISON FATE OF ZUREY BAUER MURDERER SENTENCED BY JUDGE PARK AT STEVENS POINT TODAY AFTER PLEA OF GUILTY TO TWO CHARGES A scene of wreckage in in the path of a tornado that swept two Minnesota counties and claimed several lives and hundreds of thousands of dollars in property is pictured The ruins of a garage and several automobiles it housed are Plane Embarks on Transatlantic Hop But Forced Back by Too Heavy Load of the ily of living gods and is locked up with 178 De- by Dr. who con- ducted the showed some re- semblances between the missing 14- year-old girl of the and the murder However the cian was believing the woman had been dead more than three The Farkas girl ran away from home three weeks ago her mother presumably with a salesman To Examine Viscera The viscera of the body was sent to the state pathologist at Madison for examination District At- torney Williams said he might summon a jury this after- noon to conduct an The bearing a bruise on the and four broken ribs that punctured one was found in a culvert on a highway miles south of here Friday morning by Roy county highway He was led to make a search by a dog he noticed tugging at a Working On Clue Sheriff Hal Wylie was working on BYRD FLAGSHIP OFF FOR BASE NO OFFICIAL FAREWELL FOR BOAT AS IT- CASTS OFF IN NEW YORK EN ROUTE FOR NEW ZEALAND I- The interfering only when scending from the they say a clue provided by Jule they ought to rule the j who said he saw a Ford ster parked near the culvert before daylight June 15. He and his son were on their way to a nearby lake Laddie English only I to fish and his son called attention 17, swam the channel yesterday in to the car which bore a Wisconsin 15 5 They thought nothing of it A wonderful until they learned of the finding of though she didn't win the body to any woman breaking Gertrude Ederle's 34 31 Being Miss die can use the scissors kick and docs twenty-five strokes per New Aug. flagship of Commander Richard E Byrd's antarctic expedition sailed a noon carrying thirty-two met and 200 tons of supplies and equip ment to New the point of departure for the South Pole To Sail Next Month Aboard the 160 foot Barque of New formerly the rede Commander Byrd and a party of forty close who were to bid the craft goodbye at The equipped with an auxiliary will proceed direct to din where she will meet the other members of the expedition sailing month on two Byrd plans to catch one of these ships at San on October 15. There was no official celebration in honor of the City of New York's departure on her long Her Captain Frederick C. gave the order to cast and as the sturdy ice ly refitted for her adventure into the waters on the pulled away from her pier a Le Aug. attempt to span the At- by air from east to west failed this morning when the mono- plane France returned to the flying field here at o'clock shortly after having taken off on what was hoped would be a flight to New Escape Disaster In taking the plane narrowly missed colliding with high tension electric wires skirting the field and it was clue to dexterous handling by Captain Louis the that the machine was saved from destruction and its three from The crew consisted of 0, OUTLOOK SATISFACTORY HOOVER RETURNS FROM JAUNT TO FIND FARM RELIEF DARY TO PROHIBITION Count Louis de relief and Captain The attempt to lift their loaded with gallons of was made more difficult by an unfavorable So little altitude had been ed at the end of the take off stretch that the landing gear struck a board fence bounding the smashing one of the The next moment death stared the ers in the face after clearing they found they could not ascend rapidly enough to pass over the electric wires strung a hort distance Swoop Under Wires Taking the only ducked under the wires in a long swoop in which the chine grazed the Just beyond these wires were a Open Switch Results in Engineer's Death Aug. 1111 L. Such wonderful energy should be Lf Ind wag devoted to something more other tant than swimming the Lf crew injured when The Illinois and two Trust company and Continental tional Bank and Trust company plan a billion dollar The flight was part of the crowd ashore gave her a Ii the throng were relatives of man of the men arc sailing for th two-year sojourn of To Use Airplanes The airplanes to be used by Com mander Byrd for scienti fie data on the lane will travel south on the other ships In one of these a their leader hopes reach the South After bidding au revoir lo the City of New York at Byrd and his party planned to return to New York aboard the city tug com. express cars Several passengers were shaken injured Investigation indicated that the LITTLE JOE had not been securely causing it to fly open when the train struck it. The locomotive left the rails about ten rods south of the turned over ied itself in the wax was crushed beneath the steel Denies Participation in Obregon Murder Mexico Aug. Mother Superior Concepcion beda de la under custody since the assassination of General Obregon in denied Conservationists Go to Take Stock ids south all made against her in an interview today with a of the Associated Press and a group of other American correspondents in a jail at near Mexico where is being Aug. Judging from news dispatches from the summer White House at the President has caught enough Brule er trout to warrant of the Such was the opinion of William chairman of the state con- servation it may be with a wry taking inventory of the river said to it looks like we'll have to Weather Outlook I stock that I stream after you're For the region of the Great Showers first half of followed by mostly fair latter temperature near or below normal at beginning and in middle of rising at For the Mississippi and lower valleys and the northern and central shower period at beginning of week followed by fair weather middle of week and an- other shower period about close near or below normal first part of followed by a rise ter part. number of trlephone wires ove which carrying away two or three of the wire but getting The still unable to attain was obliged to zig zag trees and narrowly the housetops of the village of Then Captain Mailleux saved the day by opening the gency safety cock and emptying the extra gasoline This caused the plane to shoot upward incl gave opportunity maneuver back to the ine still was streaming from the tanks when the plane landed with a bursting the tire on the undamaged To Try Hop Again The aviators were not after declaring himself appy to be on the ground again nd remarking that he considered escape a miraculous said he would try the flight again as soon as the plane can be BY JAMES L. WEST Press Staff Aug. The first phase of his own campaign at an Herbert Hoover today re- viewed the eight thousand miles journey across the continent and the results it had Dry Issue Uppermost Events in the national political arena during his six weeks absence from the national capital has ed to place the prohibition issue even farther to the subordinating for the moment at the farm relief which was the high point of contention in the can convention that voted him the presidential Just when and where the lican standard bearer will renew his discussion of the wet and dry issue has not yet been decided by but it can be stated authoritatively that he has no present intention of en- gaging in any debate with his opponent on that Close advisers of Hoover declare that the question uppermost in the Life imprisonment in the state prison at Waupun is the expiation Joseph 26 year old Iron youth must pay for his participation in the double murder at the Frank off roadhouse on the Sigel four miles west of this on the night of November 27, 1925. Sentences It was just 36 hours after the youth had given District Attorney M. S. King and Sheriff Martin Bey a solution to the two and a half year old crime through a signed sion in the district attorney's that Zurey was sentenced at noon today by Circuit Judge Byron B. Park to life imprisonment on two the killing of William er whom he mortally wounded the night of the shooting and aiding and abetting in the murder of ard Davis who died after he had been shot through the head by mer a companion of the two sentences to run Zurey was taken to Stevens Point this morning by Sheriff Martin Deputy Sheriff Roy Sweet and Dis- Attorney M. S. King after he had indicated that he would plead guilty before the circuit Pal Being Sought Zurey heard the judge pronounce sentence on after he had entered his plea of guilty to charges of first degree murder and j being an accessory before and after the fact in the slaying of Davis who Offer Reward for Sender of Fake Message TUBE IS SCENE OF HORROR AS PA NIC REIGN TRAGEDY IS SECOND WORS IN HISTORY OF NEW YO RAPID CHARG MOTORMAN WITH HOMICIDE Aug. The executive committee of the erican Radio Relay at a special meeting today voted to a reward of for mation leading to the apprehension of the person or persons who cast the messages signed and which are now believed to have been Officials of the organization are thoroughly aroused both over the messages purported to have been sent by the missing Bert and Parker and by the that they may have been by some licensed amateur ator as a have committed ourselves to he task of running down the on or persons who sent the Secretary Kenneth B. ier of the league told the Associated will go to any lengths to apprehend and punish those We are ing the announcement of the reward from every amateur station in the league chain and we hope in that way to get something definite and concrete to work TENTH BOMBING IN STRIKE WAR HOMEMADE EXPLOSIVE ED AT HOME OF ALLEN A DISTRICT NEY OPENS HEARINGS New August least fifteen persons were killed in subway wreck at the rush hour day A statement by tha police this morning put the dead al eleven and the injured at 101. four of the injured The state ment was issued after hours of fusion as to the exact The ninth car of a side subway train bound for BrookH lyn split a damaged switch nea Times Square station at p. and ripped through a concrete sup porting breaking in two as it The scene of the wreck is the busiest transportation center in New perhaps the Worst In Subway The tragedy was the second wors in the history of New York Rapic Ninety-six persons were killed on November 1, 1918 in the derailment of a Brooklyn Rapic Transit train running through an open cut in Malbone On Sept. 11, 1905 twelve sons were killed and 42 injured when an elevated train ran into an nr in 10 wa Urled o was killed outright by his who Friday night and this a strikers is still at but is being sought by county The killing Committee was the object of the at- of according to the confessed came about because of a homemade bomb was hurled at 4 a. m. Saturday at the home of Bauer's death was not made Eric a member of the known to the confessor until he had eral strike committee in the Allen divulged all the facts of the A and exploded in the and when he was informed of the es on the breaking several he windowpanes in the Tillman The proceedings in court at and his aged mother were asleep in ens Point were District the ney King read the information and j in Zurey and was silent when asked by the court if he had anything to say before keen directed at present workers of First Striker Attacked The nine previous bombings have tence was the knitting This is the The convicted man has a wife and time a striker has been the ob- child who are living at Iron Ject The bomb was made Was Serving Time Zurey was brought to Wisconsin of iron pipe with black powder ed into and a fuse The arrest of William Hostetter minds of the several bundled ors from a dozen great farm states seemed to be that of effecting strong party These leaders made it I Thursday afternoon ever that much work remained to He divulged all the facts of be done in the northwestern shooting before the s in particularly m South Dakota and district attorney's office after a and there was some un- severe grilling Thursday evening rest in and was brought into justice Rapids from the state reformatory and Walter employed at at Green Bay where he was serving a 3 to 30 year sentence with thre others for the of a gaso line station proprietor in Marinette m March 1926, less than a year af ter the double murder at the Flatoff place near He was from that penal institution to the Wood county authorities on an order signed by Judge Park to face the more serious and was brought to this city by the rest in homf fast night very much satisfied with the results Arraigned Here the office and get back to work conferring with he directors of his campaign re- C. J. Randall to be bound over for a Park at Stevens Point this He showed a great deal of self Accident Victims Recovering Here Dr. and Mrs. T. C. Nichols and Margaret and Mary occupants of the car which yesterday morning was struck by a Green Bay and Western passenger train at the Grand avenue crossing nre according to tal officials this No internal injuries have been dis- covered by the doctors at the pital and it is thought that none will 7, received the worst that of a broken left while the three others escaped with only minor cuts and Just when they will be dismissed from confinement has not been de- termined by hospital but it is thought that they will be able to leave within two or three Marshfield Man Runs consciousness as he sat half slump Into Wife Hurt witness chair his face showed lines of worry as ex- A touring car driven by Anton by himself when he told au Kiesling of Marshfield and occupied rd be and by his wife and two other women I trembled every time an officer was badly damaged and Mrs. He uttered only a ling severely cut from flying glass few words in the state of excitement which he was experiencing and an- of a shattered windshield when the in order to avoid a car which was making a left turn in front of turned the car into the lawn of R. C. Eighth street at about 9 o'clock this ing and crashed into a large The Kiesling car was going south on highway 73 when a car just in front of it turned to the left into a driveway as Kiesling was about to He turned onto the lawn to avoid crashing into the other None of the occupants of the car be- side Kiesling were The car wai damaged to the extent of a broken a demolished and a broken The tree swered to the asking if he requested a preliminary but was given an explanation of the question by the district attorney and then replied to Judge Those were the only two words he uttered during the arraignment yesterday and muttered but little more before Judge Park this To Waupun Next Week Sheriff Bey will take the ed man to the state at Waupun as soon as commitment papers are issued and that will be either Monday or ing to the sheriff's office this after- the knitting on charges of pointing a gun at Awo commencement of John Doe in the firing upon the two and examination of the chief of police and two aides under the discovery statutes were other de- today in the strike Hostetter and were ar- rested on warrants issued by the district attorney upon complaint of William Morgan and Eric The two strikers charged Hostetter and threatened them with revolvers as they were pinning up campaign signs for La Follette on the John Doe Proceedings The prosecutor began John Doe and ordered a hearing to call witnesses in the ng upon and Hostetter Wednesday at the Chief of Police Thad Cap- tain Emil Clausen and Lieut. Mathew Kirsch were examined be- fore Court Commissioner Calvin Stewart by Attorney Robert V. counsel for the full fashioned knitters The union seeks dence on which to base suits for arrest against members of the lice Adler Strikers to Operate Own Plant Aug. 25. A shop for the manufacture of men's clothes and manned by the 750 members of the Amalgamated ing Workers of America striking against the David Adler Sons extreme will be opened in northwest portion switch at 53rd street and and a car loaded with pas sengers crashed to the street But never had there been such a dis- aster in the subway Friday night's crash occurred oni the line of the Interborough Rapid Transit advertised as safest railway in the equipped with all modern safety de- The train consisted of all steel It carried about Car Cut In Half The ninth car of the I thrown against the concrete I was sheered in half of it 1 200 feet down the dark 1 nel still attached to the train a steel shroud for mangled The eighth car also turned over as I it was dragged from the track by I the weight of the ninth tenth car crashed on into the 1 age but remained With the crash all but the I ency lights on the train went out and the scene was lighted only by I those dim bulbs and the blue flames I thrown off by the third short circuited by the tangled steel across it. During Rush Hour When the accident the rush hour of the evening was under- way with millions of New York's j workers thronging the subways er to get The train had been halted at the Times Square station five The delay was due to work on the switch which caused the The train was jammed to capacity as it pulled out of the Pulling slowly away from the platform it quickly gained As it neared 48th street about 200 yards from the station there came a dull boom as the steel car left the rails and crashed into the wall which separates the was those on the station platform asked Then a rising to a pitch of terror which made those who heard it came out of the A cloud of smoke rolled back into the station throwing those on the crowded platform into a panic and out of the smoke cloud ed bleeding victims of the Detective Sounds Alarm A detective on a northbound train which had just passed the scene of the wreck sprang from the car and dashed up the steps to pull the lever on both the fire and police alarm Policemen stationed along way and Seventh avenue also had heard that far away and deserting their posts rushed into the crowded station and started herding passengers In the dim light of the overhead on Page Weather Report Partly cloudy tonight and possibly Sunday waukee for the duration of the according to a statement by Leo organizer r the The union has entered into a contract to make a new line of clothes the Schaffner ment of the plans followed ion of a telegram by Krzycki from warmer tonight except in extreme east portion mer Sunday and cooler in east Bnin maybe Today's Weather Maximum temperature for 24 business manager of hour period ending at 7 a. 68; he Chicago board of the minimum for same 37; at 65.