Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - November 26, 1929, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin A. P. LEASED WIRE ThU paper U by leased with the news report of the Daily f A Wk A CON STRUG T I V E N E W S PAPER 10 PAGES TODAY Net paid circulation The Tribune on November 25, wai Sixteenth 5024. Wisconsin November 26, 1929. Single Copy Five Cents IDENTIFY SIX ROBBERS OF JEFFERSON BANK OPEN DRINKING AT GRID GAMES AROUSES MAYOR LIQUOR FLOWED TOO FREELY AT GAME TO PLEASE LYNN ISSUES Nov. Mayor Ralph S. Baner saw so much drinking at the ball game at the Harvard stadium Saturday that he has ordered the Thanksgiving Day high school con- test here to be bone dry or to be No One Interfered Twelve thousand persons at the he were more interested in quart bottles and hip than anything Many women a pull out of the tles the same as the he and neither the police nor the ulty The Gat field pastor of the Center Congregational according to the was approached by one m n big fur coat who said to look like an old have a This he the same Harvard of which the late President Elliot used to 'the factor that it the dominant educational institution of our land was that she hail bern bunding men for nearly On the police chief v 1! station lifty patrolmen and hurray at the Lynn game with ders to arrest all who drink and to utop tlv game if Drinking demonstrations become Advanced for Cabinet Post Left to Local Authorities Nov. With the gridiron season tually compete Commissioner an had tirely the bureau thf of n' college football games en- tv of local and that here was without on the Neither the commissioner nor of the prohibition unit had anv tit on press dispatches telling of at the college game nt t the raid by 20 agents nl the site of the of nor on the remarks by Mayor Ralph S. Bauer of who said he much drinking at the Nov. The name of state Senator Walter S. Goodland of it became known is being advanced by Wisconsin Republican leaders as a choice for secretary of war to ceed the late James W. Good of A telegram from George tional committeeman from Wisconsin who now is in ed It was sent to George chairman of the Racine county Republican The telegram was said to cate that Gov. Kohler and most of conservative faction leaders were backing a per publisher He has been in he senate since 3926. Goodland issued a statement was not aware that any effort vas being made to recommend to President Hoover my appointment as of war to succeed the lamented James W. I nm in- deed deeply grateful to my friends here in Racine and out in tho for their confidence in me and valiant I can only state that any citizen would deem it a honor and privilege to serve the tion as member of President ver's HOOVER REVIEWS OF MEETS RECENI CONFERENCES FOR STABILIZING BUSINESS CON- DITIONS REVEAL AGING Nov. ident Hoover today reviewed the accomplishments of his campaign for stable business conditions expanded industrial activities and and found much that was Cooperation Pledged From all sections of the country and from all phases of commercial enterprise have come most unanimous assurances of ty support and cooperation in the chief executive's endeavor to pre- vent the recent decline in security prices from adversely affecting the general structure of the nation's The administration itself has an- plans for a GIRLS ADMIT ING LEAVING HIM STRANDED ON GREEN BAY Green Nov. -A 23-year-old girl was sentenced to the state reformatory for women at and a boy and a were placed on probation by N. J. Monohan today for n. stranger of and leaving him stranded on a. highway last Plane Launched from Auto Top NEGOTIATE TO END INTERNAL CHINA STRIFE EXPECT FACTIONAL LEADERS TO COMBINE FORCES TO RE- reduction in an increase of or you see a plane being launched into the air for the first thne from the top of an This remarkable picture Some automotive aviation was undertaken on the beach at Old ocean mail carrying contracts which is expected to fill the country's yards with new construction in less than half a Receives Estimates From industrial the heads of great railroads and tele- phone and telegraph companies and the governors of many Mr. Hoover has received estimates of construction expenditures for 1930. of both a private and governmental well in excess of similar disbursements in the present In the president has an agreement between the leaders of industrial corporations employing millions of workers nnd the spokesmen of organized under which no programs of wage reduction will be instituted and no new campaigns for increased wages be begun until the present situation is Moots Farm The chief executive brought his All Plead Guilty They pleaded guilty to taking gave the money and told the court how they accomplished the Lavern 23, who Chicago as her was to the Ernest 20, was placed in the tody of tho state board of control for two years and Mabel 20, was placed in the custody of the police matron hei The said here for the same His First Americans The People Must Do It. Other By Arthur is buried beside his near the Cannon boomed in all over and in nil French in his He could not The ns he was kept from his He wanted tears nor at his and no crowd at his He had been sufficiently bothered by incompetent and men during his President Hoover calls ceau advocate of He was but it had to be his kind of In the horor of when men were killed by the million and appealed to his reply was fais la am making he drove to a roadhouse Mabel at which met Rueben Schjoth of The trio then drove to another roadhouse where worked The latter asked Schjoth if he any money and when he displays a roll of lulls she suggested ar automobile Shoved Him Out of Car When the quartet had driven out into the Lavern began a tussle with Schjoth which resulted in his being shoved out of the His roll of bills fell to the floor and the trio sped Later and Mabel were given Following this transaction went home and the two girls divided what was left of the according to the the girls picked up another man and spent the night at a The girls and the boy were dered by the court to make tion And when he started making war on Page LITTLE JOE Kiwanians Observe Thanksgiving Day In a very vivid account of the history of the Pilgrim fathers from the time they left England and went to Holland and later came to the coast of Attorney John Roberts recalled the origin of Thanksgiving Day before the Ki- wanis club in its weekly noon eon at the Rose room of the Hotel Witter During the course of his At- torney Roberts recalled the compact of government entered into by bers of the Mayflower party as the compact of government the world has ever In that con- he read a comment on the paper by John Quincy It was truly a Thanksgiving gram for the Kiwanians inasmuch as series of conferences with groups to a late day with a meeting of officials of the leading farm nnd simultaneously announcement was made of replies from the governors of nearly half the states in the un- ion in response to Mr. Hoover's re- quest that they give his program their full At the same plans for awarding ocean mail con- tracts totaling approximately were Out of the farm conference came a sponsored by Secretary Hyde of the agriculture that the farm leaders had pledged Mr. Hoover their support nnd in ad- dition had that the federal credit agencies act together in making loans to faimers available at low interest Conditions Favorable Present conditions were felt to be propitious for such the statement nnd the ion was expressed that savings which might thus be made to culture by the lower interest rates would immediately be reflected back into the markets through the chase of necessary equipment and shows the plane taking off under its own power just after the pilot had pulled the trigger which cut it loose from the car which was ing across the sands at 52 miles an hour at the In this it is a plane can take off from an automobile in city streets which would not provide a safe runway for the plane or similarly a seaplane could take off on Senate Chamber Scene of Funeral for R K Warren Nov. In the chamber where Frances E. as senator from was a familiar figure for nearly two score President Hoover and other high officials today attended funeral services for one who helped mould the pioneer west into the thriving America of the Casket Draped in Flag The ceremonies began at 2 p. m. A few minutes earlier the body had jeen brought from the home to the The placed in front of the was draped in an American symbolic of service under the Stars and Stripes when President Curtis wno said Senator Warren was great and good whose passing we all SIST SOVIET INVASION OF Nov. council of the Chinese today addressed an peal both to the League of Nations and to individual signatories of the Kellogg peace pact to take steps to halt and punish the sian Soviet of Chinese The invasion was termed a deliberate violation of the anti- war the Associated Advices from Hankow reporting a lull in the fighting on China's newest civil war fronts Jn Honan and Hupeh provinces added weight today to Nanking dispatches cating that factional leaders were negotiating to end internal strife in order to combine their forces to re- Four Arrests Break Antigo Theft Nov. A robber gang with a penchant for phonographs and canned goods was believed today to be broken up with the arrest of four men and a search for two The composed of two sets of has confessed 18 robberies in the district extending from to Iron and its loot is be- to have exceeded several thousand The center of ations was the village of 20 miles south of Two of the Art and Allan were taken into custody by Deputy Sheriff Clyde Two Elmer and LAUNCH SEARCH FOR LOUIS PALS ford had been arrested sist Russian troops invading the service over senate supplies for the The farm approved Mr. Hoover's plan for increased road construction but that this deal primarily with the ment or improvement of to thus cutting down tho tation Discuss Farm Loans as a young mnn Warren won the congressional medal of honor for bravery in the Union Besides the those thered to pay final respect included members of the the justices of the supremo members of the house and representatives of foreign personal friends and members of the ing General John J. in-law of the late It was the time within loss than a month that a state funeral has been held within the the other occasion being ip honor of the late Senator Theodore E. ton of The flag on the capitol already was at half staff before the having been lowered both for ton and James W. the late secretary of Eulogized by Curtis The ceremony was opened by Vice He then turned to the Rev. Z. B. Mrs. Warren sat close beside the flag draped On either side of her were General her and her President Hoover occupied a seat on the front hardly an arm's length from the casket which was banked with Palms were placed around the RESUME GEORGE MCMANUS TRIAL PICK MAN TO REPLACE ILL JUROR IN ROTHSTEIN DER READ EARLY TESTIMONY Think Agreement Reached A Hankow dispatch said that authorities there had not sued any statement on the t was generally believed the government had reached an agreement with the rebellious or be- cause the fighting had subsided on an fronts and the for- ces were withdrawing westward in roth Honan and Closely following this came a dis- patch from Nanking stating that apparently authentic reports said negotiations were proceeding among outstanding military and civil ers of various factions throughout China seeking to end the present in- ternal struggles and looking toward a combination of forces to resist Most of the meeting was devoted a discussion of the proposed de- crease in interest rates on loans to but whether the representatives had won their point and gained the approval of the president for this proposition was not Messages were received from the governors of twenty-two with one assured the ident of their hearty support and Ten of the twenty-two forwarded estimates of prospective state totalling mately they feasted on the customary key and cranberry Kaukauna Workman Crushed to Death Nov. Believed to have lost his balance while leaning over the rollers at the Paper company mill Elmer 10, an employe on the night shift was crushed to death last His body passed between two rollers and probably went through head Nab Germantown Man in Price Indictment Nov. Frank A. Germantown mentioned in the indictment of Clinton G. district ney for as a con- Seven New Oregon Forest Fires Rage Grants Nov. serious new fires raged in forests of southwestern Oregon The Gold Bench reported to have been was said to have broken out Communication with most fire fronts was being maintained b flames having destroyer telegraph and telephone Re ports from most front were meage but indicated conditions were seri New Nov. A jury to try George McManus for the murder of Arnold Rothstein was completed today with the tion of Edward A. an to fill the seat in the jury box made vacant by the j illness of a member of the original The evidence already com- prising that of five gambler ates of Rothstein and McManus chiefly concerning a stud poker game at which Rothstein lost 000 and McManus was to be read to the new juror before ad- witnesses were Wang Seeks Conference At the same Japanese ces in Shanghai reported that For- eign Minister C. T. Wang of the Nationalist government had tele- graphed Moscow officials asking that negotiations between China and Russia concerning tho Manchurian railway controversy be Dispatches on the Manchurian situation indicated that invading Russian forces were in control of territory east of the tanks and artillery aided in the capture of late Sunday in an engagement causing looses estimated at Chinese Retreating The Chinese were reported to be retreating without even failing to halt at 150 miles from troops and civilians fled by every possible living off the country as they In eastern which the Russians also coal mines were with loss of as the Soviet forces advanced to penetrating Chinese territory more than 100 Hostilities between Russia and China started last over the They have authorities and today three of them ed arraignment at The Allan pleaded guilty The men told of entering nine schoolhouses in three counties and taking a phonograph from They also took hundreds of pounds of sugar and dozens of cases of canned goods from a canning factory at Two big truckloads of loot already have been SAVE GREW OF GROUNDED SHIP LIFEBOAT RESCUES SAILORS AS VESSEL POUNDS TO PIECES IN GALE OFF SHORE OF Nov. night of terror amid and torrential part of the crew of the steamship which grounded yesterday on the rocks off Point in southeast was rescued today the with Price and others to violate the national prohibition was arrested here today by U. S. marshall arraigned nnd re- leased on bond pending trial at the next term of federal He employed the same Madison law firm as counsel as was retained by Price led tho state and federal raid on a giant still near Kilboum a year operation of which led to the federal indictment of Lyall T. sheriff of the and the district at- i James district fores was on a survey trip Before he left Billingslea declared re ports of losses indicated fire tions may have reached a All available men were being re- here and rushed to various fire Reports from Ashland indicated that a forest fire which has been raging in Bear Canyon in the you mountains still was out of con- A mistrial previously had been formally and a new trial opened Before declaring a mistrial Judge Charles C. Nott said it had come io his attention that certain papers had carried purported inter- views with one of the Norris question of control of the Chinese Eastern Hold Juror Blameless He had discussed the matter with Smith and counsel for state and de- Judge Nott and after hearing Smith's explanation of his chance meeting with newspapermen had decided that he was entirely blameless and that he had done nothing to impair his qualifications as a The judge warned the reporters present that if any newspaper re- presentative approached any of tho jurors in the courtroom or corridors of the building his paper will be from further representation at the Marshfield People Injured by Train Three former Marshfield young two nephews and a neice of Fred were seriously injured according to an Associated Press dispatch from when an Illinois Central suburban train by the Seven Still Missing Six men and one woman chief officers were still The ship was held fast in the rocks and was being pounded into total In all 28 persons were landed from the including the captain and two Those missing were believed to have been overboard in the dark or to have succumbed to the The ship was blown ashore in a gale which did much damage along the Welsh Communication Cut Off The gales which drove the sel ashore also tore down miles of telephone cutting off regular communication with the but details of the rescue were learned by The has gross nage and was bound from Cardiff to The schooner Lucy was wrecked near Milford Haven in the terrific gale but the crew was Hold Youthful Pair With Intent to Kill Nov. guilty to a charge of hit their automobile at a street sault with intent to commit Cranberry Growers To Meet December 4 Cards received from Clare S. R. F. D. 3, secretary of the Wisconsin Cranberry announce the al winter meeting of the association or 1 p. m. December 4, at the customary meeting place in he Wood County Realty The meeting will be followed by the annual banquet at p. m. at Witter and by a dance and Police were inclined to doubt the report of the guard that the protective gates were Fred 23, in- Harry severely and their Mrs. Lucille 26, fractured skull and internal children of Mr. and Mrs. Herman were in a car driven by Joseph 26, who suffered internal in- juries and Miss Fay 19, fractured They were all taken to the Illinois Central The Beell brothers had been re- siding in but had re- cently come to Chicago to visit their Mrs. Mr. Mrs. Herman apprized of the dent this left for Chicago at Leslie 19, and Alfred 17, today were sentenced to servo not less than seven nor more than 15 years in the state Thompson and Noel were in the act of disposing of a bag of nies Nov. 19 when Patrolman An- thony Elk sought to question They resisted the officer and when he scuffled with them Noel shot him Later the pair admitted obtaining the pennies in a filling BANK OFFICIALS PICK OUT PICTURES OF SIX SUSPECTS FROM CRIMINAL PHOTO COL- Nov. Six police records in mid- west and eastern cities were sought throughout the country today on a blanket warrant charging them with the robbery of the ers and bank of Nov. 7. Believed in Hiding Two of them are wanted for up and murder in 0. A third is a former St. Louis All are believed to be in hiding since a quiet search of surety company de- has failed to find them in their old Those named Gus alleged St. Louis Robert St. and Philip wanted in connection with the up of an American Express truck and the slaying of a Fred alias Fred Von John Carl New and Herman alias Herman j of Identified by Pictures Their identifications were some days ago when Jefferson citizens and bank officials picked their pictures a large number as the men who engineered the Neglect by the six men to cover up a few details of the visit they are said to have made to Jefferson while planning the started investigators on their Edward P. New who out the complaint on which the warrant was revealed that a casual telephone conversation gave the principal One man a called his but left the raging seas telephone booth door open so that a the greater man in the lobby was able to hear the number he was Heard Name Mentioned A filling station attendant heard one of the men called Two other men heard the same man ad- dressed as Authorities today checked the ord of one of the alleged gang bers on the suggestion he knew the country well and was able to help plan the His ing to information given was a former Chicago contractor who built many homes in the lake country south of The youth was believed by authorities to have once played on a University of Illinois football Anderson Was Winkler and Anderson are believed to have been the leaders of the band with Anderson playing the leading role as It was lice who forgot to close the phone booth door when he put in a long distance When this call was traced it led to a woman whose association with him was to The Jefferson bank robbery was not only the biggest of its kind in Wisconsin but it was one of the most daring and took account of an unusual burglar alarm on the bank across the street which sounded daily and thus led citizens to believe when the Farmers and bank alarm rang that it was only false Do In Ten Minutes In the gang drew up to the in less than ten utes had systematically looted it and then fled with a machine gun poked menacingly out of the rear window to overawe citizens who thought of immediate station Patrolman Elk has recovered from his Municipal Judge A. H. pronounced Hold Pedestrian on Traffic Code Offense Nov. spite the fact he is suffering a sible skull fracture as the result of being struck by an John 44, is being held a police prisoner at Emergency hospital un- der the provisions of the new traffic Gross I State Warned to Prepare for Storm Nov. 26. Warned of a gale and impending Wisconsin was ready today to meet what was expected to be Trainmen Responsible for Findings Nov. trainmen were held responsible for the derailment of a train on the St. Paul and Pacific railroad in July 15, in a report today by the interstate commerce The accident resulted in the death of two railroad employes and Weather Report the first real blizzard of the injury to six Weather bureau warnings were last night by a steadily increasing warmth of it was would be replaced by a drop to a with a minimum of 25 further decline The held that McMahon entered a crossover at an excessive rate of speed in violation of his train orders nnd that Con- ductor Welch did not act quickly to see that the train was operated more Partly cloudy in rain or snow probable in north portion night and rising temperature in extreme west portion Weather Maximum temperature for 24 hour period ending 7 a. 42; minimum temperature for 24 hour period ending at 7 a. 19; at 7 a. 37.