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Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - June 6, 1929, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin A P LEASED WIRE paper Is by win with news report of the Associated Press Sixteenth 4878 Tribune CO T I V E 10 PAGES TODAY act paid circulation of The Tribune Wisconsin Rapids Wis Thursday June 6 1929 Price Three Cents Today Mussolini Rebuked Trigo to 1 Years Ago Not So Very Happy Arthur Important news from Rome tells of the rebuke administered by Pope Pius to Mussolini In connection with the of the pope's temporal power Mussolini spoke in a manner that the pope officially called con- modernism In Mussolini's attitude the pope sees a danger to Christianity arid worse than heretical ex- pressions as to the very essence of Christianity and Catholicism The pope's letter to Cardinal rebukes the Italian dictator in stern fashion and Europe wonders what the result will be HOOVER URGES PROHIBITION TRANSFER EXPECT AT REPUBLICAN PARTY JUBILEE i LITTLE CITY OF RIPON MAKES PREPARATION FOR VISITING THRONGS SECRETARY WAR GOOD TO SPEAK OF If Mussolini is not patient accord with the Vatican may be in danger Pope Pius defying Mussolini re- minds you of an earlier pope nearly years ago traveling the Danube to place himself in the er of the savage Attila and causing the latter to turn away from Rome Five hundred thousand Britishers watched the running of the Derby and saw Trigo an win the race at 33 to 1 Millions were won and lost on the running Worse than the loss of money which impoverishes and the winning of money which izes is the amount of THOUGHT wasted on a race without meaning However a horse race or even a prizefight is better than the derous gladiatorial games to which they have succeeded The human race must improve slowly And the 90 per cent of us that can not think seriously must be amused The museum of natural in Chicago established by the of the late Marshall Field ex- hibits two new paintings each feet long nine feet high en by Ernest R Fundamentalists and modernises who believe and do not believe that the earth is only years old will be interested to hear that one picture shows the brontosaur that lived years ago the er more modern lived only years ago More interesting than the or the and their ings is the fact that human beings undoubtedly will be living and ing here years from now What sort of creatures will they be after so long a period of Only years from the late stone age now we have done a pood deal What will men accomplish in the next fifty or a hundred million years Ripon Wis June ring Democratic more than persons will squeeze their way into this little town of Friday to begin celebrating the diamond jubilee of the can party Born 75 Years Ago For here in the Congregational church first and later in a little wooden schoolhouse the party is said to have been given its name and its first groundwork laid 75 years ago A number of dignitaries and porters of the Republican party will come to the aid of their party day and Saturday Chief among them is Secretary of War James W Good who will deliver the main ad- dress Saturday afternoon The consin state legislature will come in a body and Governor Walter Kohler will be accompanied by hie military escort Invitations have been sent to the governors of six states to attend Beehive of Activity For first time in its history Ripon has startled itself into ranted activity The prospect of ing four times as many visitors as there are residents in the town has spurred the town into action never before witnessed Hotels are putting forth their bes and the ers are trying to double or treble their capacity to serve before the horde sweeps in upon them by cities have been asked to lodge some of the visitors go limited are the accommodations for brants who were utterly unexpected only a few months ago In order to effectively handle the traffic Chief of Police Allen will have the co-operation of two score bluecoats and several squadrons of motorcycle policemen from several Wisconsin cities as well as local military units Speaks from Doorsteps Secretary Good will deliver his speech from the doorsteps of the little schoolhouse which played such an important pirt in the party origin The structure has been ed from a corner to the Ripon col- lege campus to a hollow which will serve as a natural amphitheater Bleachers have been built around the hollow and amplifiers have been installed in order that the most re- mote listener may hear as well as see the ceremonies Still Search For Body of John Miller The search for the body of John Hans Miller 35 who is supposed to have drowned with his ion Leon Porter 42 when the boat in which they were riding ed near Biron Sunday morning had met with no success up to o'clock this afternoon Charges of dynamite were ed in the river late yesterday noon and early this morning with no apparent success search near the place A thorough where the body of Porter was recovered from the water has been conducted ever since the finding of the body Tuesday afternoon Early this afternoon Fire Chief August Miller left for the scene of the drowning with a wire net stretched over a pipe frame and dered on the edge by hooks The new device was expected to be more useful than the pike poles which have been used since Sunday Funeral services for Porter were held this afternoon at 2 o'clock from the home of Mrs Fred Loock 330 Eleventh street north with the Odd Fellows rn charge Interment was made in Forest Hill cemetery with the Rev D O Anderson officiating SENATE PROBERS RESIGN OFFICES BLANCHARD AND SHEARER QUIT CAMPAIGN GATING COMMITTEE WHEN ASSEMBLY MEMBERS BALK ON ELECTION LIFE'S HIGHWAY NO EASY ROUTE GRADUATES TOLD WOOD COUNTY NORMAL AND AGRICULTURAL SCHOOL SENIORS RECEIVE DI- ROYCE SPEAKS That there is only one way to success and that is through the pel of hard work the gospel of was the pertinent point in the address delivered to the 36 graduates of the Wood County mal and the 10 graduates of the Agricultural school by Asa M Royce president of the Platteville State Teachers college at the com- exercises in the Lincoln high school auditorium last evening Approximately 350 friends and relatives of the graduates from the various parts of Wood county were in attendance at the program Rostrum Flower Bedecked The graduates marched in from the rear entrance of the Lincoln sembly and down the center of the room to their positions on the trum bedecked with spring flowers set off in the rear with arched lattice work bearing spurs of bridal wreath Overhead their class motto predominated in blue and silver the class colors The Wood County Normal School Leaders EVA LIEBENSTEIN Pittsville First Honors ILLA CUTLER Milladore Class President BARBARA SMART Wisconsin Rapids Second Honors Sir Esme Howard Foregoes Liquor Import Privilege Wall street did not feel so ver happy yesterday Fierce men in th United States senate thought Wai street ought to be investigated an stock gambling discouraged An body that bought stock and sol sixty days should be substantially Such talk is annoying when yoi Are watching the ticker However IT DOES NOT AFFECT REAL VALUES although it may temporary price quotations Select your real value pay for it don't gamble and you need no worry In New York yesterday the tors of the Guaranty Trust company voted to their stockholders year profit per share ed a division of a melon of about at present market prices The business of lending money is comfortable and profitable The new British cabinet may in- clude one woman Margaret field member of the labor party Many believe that President cabinet should include at least one woman That may come later LITTLE JOE coise is AJ Mrs Amanda Wales 94 Dies Wednesday Mrs Amanda Wales aged 94 died at yesterday afternoon after an illness covering the past year at the home of her daughter Mrs George Lyons 413 Hale street where she had been making her home for the past five years Amanda Bailey was born April 2 1835 at Whitehall Washington county New York where on ary she was married to Vine Wales With him in 1865 she came west remaining for two years in Illinois after which they went to Prairie du Chien About 40 or 45 years ago they removed to Wood county settling in the town of ington where Mr Wales ed a section of land on which they lived until their removal to this city in 1901 Mr Wales preceded her in death on August 14 1917 Of the 11 children four Mrs Mary Arthur San Antonio Texas Mrs George Frazier George Wales and Mrs George Lyon city Funeral services will be held at p m at the Methodist church Rev Douglas Anderson of- Interment will be in Forest Hill cemetery Madison June con- between senate and bly members over who should i bfe chairman of the legislature's com- to investigate campaign ex- today resulted in the senate accepting the resignations bf Senators George W Blanchard Con- floor leader and Conrad Shearer also a Conservative as members of the committee Shearer and Blanchard reported to the senate that the three men were unwilling to have either of the senators serve as chairman despite a rule which makes a senator the head of any joint committee Claiming that both Shearer and Blanchard were too actively fied with partisan politics to head an impartial investigation the blymen elected J W Carow smith as chairman of the tee With that action taken a week ago Shearer and Blanchard refused to attend further committee sions Their resignation today makes it girls of the class carried arm of sweet peas their class er and the boys wore boutonnieres As they were assembled on the form still standing the invocation was given by the Eev D 0 son pastor of the First Methodist church Two vocal selections The Moon and Her and were sung by the girls glee club under the direction of Miss Kathryn Jole music instructor of the school Zellmer Introduces Speaker It was immediately following the glee club number that Principal A W Zellmer of the normal school in- Mr Royce as the main speaker of the evening Mr Royce opened his very mal address with a few words of preciation for the work being in the county normal and agricultural school and continued by saying it was more important to know how to dress well wash dishes skillfully and to cook a good meal than it is to study Latin He then got into text of necessary for the senate committee on committees to select two other senators to serve on the tions body There has been considerable tion between the two houses over committee personnel Robert Nixon is the only out-and-out Progressive on the committee but Conservatives contend that Carow and Goff both elected as Conservatives have been actively aligned with the Reis combination in the lower house and for that reason the committee was packed against the Conservative group his speech and stated that it is natural for all of us to like There is no royal road to cess and no road is strewn with roses We must be ready to meet Continued on Page Seven 15 Graduate From Auburndale School t Fifteen students received their diplomas from the eighth grade of St Mary's Catholic school dale at commencement exercises leld last evening The Rev H P foeller Marshfield addressed the members of the class Rev Joseph principal of the school and pastor of the St Mary's church distributed the diplomas The class colors were green and white and the class flower was the ily of the valley Those receiving diplomas Agnes Hofenbredl Helen Brandl Mary Manlick Larie jirassel Johanna Draxler Paul Alfred Meyer Peter frati Carl Seidl Francis Kotas Villiam Hofenbredl Arnold Rank Odd Fellows Select Point for Meeting Green Bay Wis June Stevens Point was selected as the 1930 convention city by the pendent Order of Odd Allows and the at the joint state con- vention of the organizations here Wednesday The convention Ad- today In the closing business sessions Wednesday afternoon Julius S Hoff New Richmond and D L Sparta were elected grand of the state William G Thwaits Milwaukee was re-elected treasurer and D W laby Mauston was re-elected to the Child Health Center In City Tomorrow The regular monthly health center for children of pre-school age will be held at the court house all day morrow with Dr Eleanor son of the state board of health in charge assisted by County Nurse Clancy and Miss Louise man school nurse Mothers are urged to take tage of the opportunity of free ex- amination for their children of pre- school age Washington June recently expressed willingness of Sir Esme Howard the British to forego the diplomatic privilege of importing liquor into the United States has apparently been put into practice Attaches today gave inquiries to understand that such action was contemplated Corps Stirred Up While such a course by the sy would not be unprecedented the entire diplomatic corps was ably stirred over the reported action of Sir Esme Attaches of the embassy and those close to the ambassador said that such a could be considered a logical one in view of his recent statement that he would be willing to forego the privilege if requested to do so by the American ment Similar sentiments were ex- pressed by the ambassador's private secretary Michael Wright in a ter to James T Carter ist and lumberman of Lynchburg Virginia Interpreted as Stand Wright's letter was in reply to one from Carter urging that the sy relinquish the liquor privilege and was interpreted being the stand of Sir Esme on the liquor question The correspondence in the matter was forwarded to President Hoover by Carter and diplomatic circles have expressed the opinion since then that the entire affair was somewhat delicate and embarrassing to the Washington government as the diplomatic liquor situation had been considered settled by a ury department ruling after the seizure of a truckload of liquor con- signed to the Siamese legation Speaks Only For Self Sir Esme emphasized in ing his opinion on the subject of the relinquishment of the liquor that he was for himself and not as dean corps a post fife will this year with his ment the British service members of the corps have taken the position that they could not forego a privilege so firmly established by diplomatic law and usage without specific consent of their RIVER OF LAVA ENGULFS TOWN VILLAGE OF LOWED UP BY MOLTEN MASS REPORT LAVA FLOW SLIGHTLY SUBSIDING board of directors for a three term John B Chase Oconto re-elected and Mrs Ida Ashland was elected to the home boards of their respective Violette's Photo Shop Sells Out Announcement was made today of the sale of business and of Violette's Photo shop Third avenue south to the Palmquist Studio First avenue north Mrs Edgar Timm owner of the shop for has disposed of the business to leave for Milwaukee where she has accepted a position Mrs Chas Herschleb Dies After Operation Walter Herschleb 831 Saratoga street received a telegram this morning from his brother Charles A Herschleb New York City that the latter's wife formerly of lin Wis passed away at 3 a m today following an operation Charles Herschleb was born and raised in this city but has been away for the past 20 years con- with Y M C A work in various parts of the world Neuenfeldt Appeals Verdict of Assault William Neuenfeldt who wa found guilty in Judge court at Friendship May 22 FILE REPORT OH KENOSHA CRIME SPECIAL GRAND JURY tif COUNTY'S UN- SOLVED CRIMES ASKS GREATER SUPPORT Naples Italy June plosive activity in the eruptive cone of Mount Vesuvius increased today with tremendous barrages of rocks and ashes bombarding the walls of the great crater There was a slight subsiding in the floe of lava ever Think Danger Avoided An official Bulletin from the Vesuvius observatory said further danger probably would be avoided Kenosha Wis June The special grand jury appointed to investigate Kenosha county's un- solved crimes especially those ing out of this city's labor troubles filed a tentative report in open court shortly after 1 p m today The burden of the report was a scathing indictment of the attitude taken toward the investigation as well as a plea for public support if it is to continue Condemned We have been and con- and held up to public cule and the document states in describing the attitude en toward the jury If this does not change the veniremen no need to continue their work they said Another handicap complained against was the lack of sufficient funds to conduct the investigation properly It asked that the county board remedy this Mother The report revealed that an in- sault on James Casey Strongs had been returned against Prairie man who was badly en and rendered unconscious at a dance has perfected an appeal to the circuit court of Adams county which convenes June 17 it stated by his attorney James Button Nekoosa Arrest Is Sought For Tapping Phone Wires Robert Aschenbrenner and Louis shbeck Jury Finds Rosholt Man Guilty at Point Stevens Point Wis June jury in circuit court returned a verdict of guilty against Frank Stanislawski Rosholt Wednesday who was charged with violation of the now repealed prohibition law Motions in arrest of judgment and for the defendant's release were fil- ed today by his counsel who con- tends that the repeal of the law last week left no statute under which he may be sentenced Arguments on the motions will be heard in July Chicago June Jf former city prosecutor said today that he would swear oat rants for the arrest of State's At- torney John A Swanson and Police Captain William Shoemaker He de- clared the warrants would charge the two officials and several aides with having tapped telephone wires to his law office Asks Damages now engaged in private practice said he also would file papers for damages against the owner of the building at 100 North La Salle street where his ces are charging the owner the wire tapping The reason for the wire tapping believes was tht state's at- investigation into the slot machine scandal which resulted in several indictments be- identified with the Case ing as attorney for a witness When he learned that the wires were tapped said he had a friend make several phone calls the friend each time himself over the as high pockets O'Brien who fled to Cleveland when the attorney sought him in the slot machine case Hello this is the voice would My according ro story Meet right away at Clark and Madison said he would then stroll over to Clark and Madison where he observed a squad car racing up on information from the tapped wires continued ing O'Brien phone him for a week each time giving a new address for a meeting On each occasion he said squad cars appeared Discovers Eavesdroppers Finally said he found the room in his office building where the wire tappers worked and ed in on them Three sergeants of Captain Shoemaker's squad were there wearing telephone headsets he said Mrs Louise Hackbart mother of Elmer Hackbart striker re- cently convicted of the illegal con- finement of Harold Hendrickson mill employe The indictment according to the report charged the voman with jury and false swearing at the pre- liminary hearing of Earl Steele ar- rested in connection with the affair yet it But the life of volcanos is so mysterious that cannot judge the outcome from the appearances of the moment Villagers around the southern and eastern base of the volcano were panic stricken as they deserted their homes the ruins of Pompeii de- 19 centuries before always mute of what Vesuvius could do Pray for Deliverance Trudging behind their ed carts which carried household and all their worldly sions they prayed they might be delivered from the wrath of and sang hymns of trust and faith in providence The erstwhile busy little village of appeared to be ing encircled with a belt of lava from a flow which first started ward Campitello woods but how changed its course and entered the village itself Houses Crumble The lava oozed round the lings smoke poured from windows and then the walls bulged like the skin of a baked potato As the walls crumpled the houses disappeared in the river of fiery liquid rock Speed of the flow was asserted ers to be at times as high as feet an hour Because of the danger from ing rocks authorities as much as possible have prevented sightseers from approaching the mountain The pillars of smoke from the cone have cast a pall over the en- tire area giving it much the ance of a dire prophetic Stanley Man Given Award for Gallantry Washington June 6 The Silver Star citation for gallantry in action during the World war today was awarded Harry Wald Stanley Wis according to an an- CONGRESS ASKED FOR COMMITTEE TO STUDY PLAN PRESIDENT'S SECOND SAGE OUTLINES HOPES OF TRANSFERRING TION TO JUSTICE MENT Washington June with the start of hearings by his law enforcement sion President Hoover today in a special message to congress mended the setting up of a joint congressional committee to study the proposed transfer of tion from the treasury to the de- of justice The message was transmitted to the capitol almost at the hour that Secretary Mellon whose ment at present is charged with supervision of the extensive dry law machinery appeared behind the closed doors of the law en- forcement commission headed by former Attorney General George W Immediate Reaction The presidential communication resulted in immediate reaction from both wets and drys in con- gress and a number of tration leaders also indicated they were ready to move promptly in providing authority for creation of requested committee Senator Jones Republican ington said he was willing to initiate to create such i committee Jones is author of he new stringent dry law bearing us name and also is assistant Re- publican leader Sees No Difficulty In the house Representative son the Republican leader ed personal opinion that no difficulty would be encountered in obtaining legislation to provide for the committee Mr Hoover's move made out advance notice formed the high light of another prohibition flurry in the capital today Other developments were the ed action of the British dor to refrain from importing liquor under diplomatic immunity privileges and the announcement of a new drive by the prohibition reau to stop smuggling across the Detroit river Mr Hoover's message was as the congress of the United In order to secure the utmost ex- in the reorganization and of responsibility in administration of the federal eaus connected with prohibition en- forcement so greatly needed to im- prove their effectiveness I mend that the congress appoint a joint select committee to make an immediate study of these matters and to formulate recommendations for consideration at the next lar session Promises Co-operation I shall be glad to appoint a com- from the departments to operate with such a committee of the congress The national sion on law observance and ment will also co-operate through Continued on Page Two New Mail Boxes Must Be Uniform Effective July 1 all new mail boxes installed on rural routes must be of the approved number 2 size according to Postmaster A L taine names of manufacturers of the correct size boxes can be ob- by catling at the local post office The new order in issued so that all parcel post may be put within the metal containers by the rural Mr Fontaine said 2 Boys Drowned in Bay Near Ashland Ashland Wis June trays on a fishing expedition were drowned in Bay here Wednesday They are John Johnson and Louis McNaulty both 15 er of the boys could swim were recovered about 25 utes after fell into the bay Efforts to them failed Their deaths bring the total of the son's here to three Wald was formerly a private first class in Co A chine Gun battalion Division The citation came for carrying messages for the company com- mander under heavy fire while in action near Romagne on Oct 14 1918 Wald was wounded while forming the service County Bankers Plan Picnic at Pittsville The bankers of Wood county in- the trustees as well as and the families of all of them will hold a picnic on Saturday afternoon June 22 at Riverside Park Pittsville it was stated by Fred Haertl local member of the entertainment committee today All the concomitants of a delightful time will be games stunts and plenty to eat especially the latter Mr Haertl assured be- cause each family is its own lunch required to basket The Preparing City's Assessment Roll The city clerk's office is a busy place as Mrs Nettie Wesley ant to Frank Rourke can testify Yesterday the annual preparation of the assessment roll was begun a job of copying descriptions which will consume about SO days time As soon as completed the book will be turned over to George Germanson assessor who copies in the valuation of each description and the personality after which the tax roil must be compiled who has been working for some little time is scheduled to ish his valuation work by July 1 committee membership includes Joe SeidI Pittsville chairman Albert and J L Stauber Marshfield J C Kieffer dale and Mr Haertl Weather Report Partly cloudy tonight and day possibly showers in west portion day slight cooler tonight in north portion Friday central cooler in ex- tremt southeast portion Today's Weather Maximum temperature for 24 hour period ending at 7 a m 99 minimum for same period 45 at 7 a 60
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