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La Crosse Tribune and Leader Press (Newspaper) - August 7, 1929, La Crosse, Wisconsin Page two inv Crosse Tribune and Leader press wednesday August 7, 192a Tariff Issue in next Campaign for democrats Little defensive coming from republicans who Are divided on question by David Lawrence Conr Fricht. 129 Only a Short time before Congreve reconvene it is already evident that the Tariff is going to to Tho biggest Issue that Tho democrats Hay concentrated upon in Many year. Scarcely a Day passes Bot a barrage of statement of satire Are issued from democratic Headquarters. Very Little of a defensive character is coming from the republicans because they themselves Are divided. Just now senator Smoot of Utah is bearing the Brunt of the attack because of his proposal of a sliding a Wale of duties on sugar. No intimation has come from the president that he would approve the sliding scale but senator Smoot exudes Confidence that or. Hoover would not disapprove. There Are of course Many other parts of the Bill which Are the subject of controversy and the president knows that it takes Only one schedule to make an Issue in politics. The famous schedule Quot a Quot brought about the downfall of the Taft administration losing for the republicans control of Congress in 1910. The democrats Are trying to make history repeat itself hoping that the present Tariff Bill will revers e the Republican majority in the House of representatives. In such a contingency or. Hoover would practically lose control of both houses because he has Only a tenuous hold on the Senate As it is. For every now and then an insurgent Republican coalition with the democrats bring a majority against him. Further recess anticipated senator Smoot is not ready to bring the Tariff Bill before the Senate on August 19, the Date on which that body is to reconvene but he May submit it in tentative form. There is talk of recessing still further and bringing the Tariff Bill before the Senate on september 3. Or. Smoot is a hard worker and will not hesitate to have night sessions of his committee in order to have the Tariff Bill ready. The Democrat on the othe. Hand Are neither trying to accelerate the Progress of the Bill nor retard it. They Are sharpening their swords Foi the attack and it is evident already that there Are Many parts of the Bill which individual senators would naturally favor because of industries in their own state they have no interest in other sections of the Bill which will make Good political ammunition if left unchanged. The Effort will be to Amend the Bill after it comes out of the Senate finance committee and judging by the cohesion already apparent in democratic ranks there will be Many amendments to the measure w hich will hardly meet the approval of senator Smoot or president Hoover so that in the last analysis the veto Power May have to be used to Lave the Republican administration from a Tariff Bill of its own initiation. Lame for minority there Are Many disinterested Quot members of Congress who doubt seriously whether in the present state of american politics an equitable Tariff Bill could Ever be written. Group interests and sectional demands Are not coincident with party lines and besides the Tariff makes an admirable Issue for a minority party in an off year election such As will come in the autumn of 1930. Prohibition and other issues will probably have much to do with the contest in the primaries and in the finals but on the whole the effects of the proposed Tariff Bill on the Cost of living something that the democrats have used forcefully in the past is coming up again in the forthcoming s Salon of Congress May truly be regarded from All signs now As the beginning of the congressional Campaign. Commit teen record to paint River Bridge recommendation of the acceptance of the lowest bid for the painting of the Bridge Over the Mississippi River Aud approval of grading projects were accomplished in meetings of common Council committees last night. The question of painting the Bridge a matter that was held Over from last month was quickly disposed of. The highways committee passing a Resolution recommending the adoption of the Low bid of $14.-500 for the Sand blasting and painting of the Bridge. Various grading projects of streets and alleys were discussed and the highways committee approved the grading of the following Twenty second Street from la Crosse Street to Park drive Winnebago Street from Twenty first Street to Bosey Boulevard the Alley Between seventeenth and eighteenth streets Between Market and ferry the Alley Between Twenty second and Twenty third streets Between Market and ferry and the Alley running East and West which lies North of la Crosse Street Between Hillview Avenue and Twenty third Street and from Twenty fourth to Bosey Boulevard. The committee also approved the Resolution ordering installation of sidewalks on both aides of the Street on Madison Between Twenty fire and Twenty second streets. The ways and Means committee approved acceptance of Bonds of local Banks for their deposits. Young Man rides wireless Hobby to Success As Engineer is <30�?~? amp Quot is we Tatco titanic a vgo Mcmurdo Silver. Succeeded on a boy s toy Chicago a nine year old boy who tuned in on the radio game when the science of wireless was Only a magical form of telegraphy is today�?17 years later the world s youngest president of a radio manufacturing corporation. Mcmurdo Silver the tall boy with a Genius for Quick decisions whom the radio world knows As the designer of several radio circuits gambled on his boyhood Hobby and now modestly Bolds the reins of a fast growing organization. One Day in 1912, professor John Archer Silver of the ancient history department of Hobart College decided that his Young son. Mcmurdo might profit by a few lessons in current events. Accordingly he called the boy from his playroom where he was surrounded by some half dozen big Colt revolvers. The calve squad cars in Chicago in april of this year. Imports scree Grid idea several months before a screen Grid tube was anything More than a theory to american makers of radio parts. Mcmurdo Silver had imported a few of the new tubes from England and was spending his time studying and developing their possibilities. In bus own factory which had its beginning in the second. Story of a garage in a Chicago sub to read him the newspaper account i a. A m Ai. I urn be found the value of screen of the titanic disaster with its _ a. serve a tubes or increasing distance ,. J Range and stability and first incur the boy heard and a. Conquered pm them re Cpl is Apu by the tale of messages travelling there always mindful of his own absorption in working with radio. Silver started designing kits and circuits for the younger a make your own radio masses As Early As 1921. He had contributed some 25 differ. A a. 1 ent designs for various performance livering and Selling newspapers to. A Quot. A i Levels for All Ages and economic make spare Money tor buying real. . F lim.,�?, a conditions of men since that Day. Wireless parts. Leisure now meant. Miles through the sir on nothing but sound Waves and the next Day he was using a Garden Hose As an improvised wireless among his playmates. By the time be was 12, Young Silver had taken on the task of de but one things the Chance to try four years after he had come out his ideas on these cherished1 of , of Friend. Piece of Metal and wire folded v Quot. In by any books or pamphlets he might no no ctr Orer it to a t a in a kits and parti in the country. To a lao Fhyr Quot fit Tai it a Day 125000 screen Grid kits from author at thirteen has fact try in ure Early american firearms were circuits and a contending with wireless for the tides for the i aymara on building highest place in the boys interest receiver sets earned their author at this age and they got him into recognition Assn instructor in Home print As the author of an article in Quot one of the sporting magazines when he was 13. His father died a year before the United states entered the War and the boy had to support himself where once radio parts had been his Only source of self earned Money. Quot wireless was forbidden radio making. He has a storehouse of radio knowledge gained from Laboratory and factory upon which the Industry has shown itself eager to draw. His Youthful interest in antique firearms which has held its own in spite of radios captivation of Sil. Very a activities Baa resulted in his to Amateur during the War but to a a a a on a of one of the world. I. Knowledge of firearm helped rarest collection of Early Colt re him earn a living when the country was interested in everything which smelled of Gunpowder. When he was scarcely 17, the War being Over. Silver was Back in the wireless game developing radio tubes As Laboratory assistant with an electrical company. Quot i dreamed talked and All but ate radio Quot he says Quot but i realized that if i was to go ahead with the solvers. He la the a a radio gun Man to the hundreds who seek information about firearms or radio receivers. New map of Europe is Extension course topic Madison wis.a comprehensive study program on a the new map of Europe has just been com condemned Man bases Appeal on conversion a a # a a appeals to Hoover on grounds he became Christian and converted others Miami in a religious conversion Bolds out a Hope for life to a condemned floridian. James Horace Alderman. 50-year-old desperado sentenced to die August 17 for killing two coast guards j men and a secret service Man has appealed to president Hoover for executive clemency on the grounds that he has become converted to the Christian Faith and has in turn con voted scores of other criminals. Alderman apparently lost a years Legal Battle to escape hanging when the United states supreme court in i june refused to take a hand in his Case. While attorneys were fighting for his life in three courts. Alderman declares that he led regular prayer i meetings in the Jacksonville jail and gave spiritual Relief to his cell j mates. Alderman s killing of three gov-1 eminent operatives climaxed a Long career of crime that had for its background both Florida coasts As Well As the Everglades. Convicted of rum running and the robbery of n Seminole Indian chieftain Alderman served prison terms j for both offences before he was j found guilty of murder. At the time of his arrest on the latter charge he was under Bond accused of smuggling aliens into the United states from Cuba. In August 1927, Alderman his confessed partner in liquor traffic Robert e. Weech and a rum Laden boat were seized off fort Lauderdale. Fla., and the men there taken aboard a coast guard Cutter. On the patrol boat Alderman led an attack on bus captors and gained Possession of the government Craft. Coast guardsmen said that be was going to make them Quot walk the Plank Quot in pirate style when a secret service Man. Robert e. Webster led a counter offensive to retake the Cutter. Webster and two coast i guardsmen were killed in the ensuing gun Battle. Alderman pleaded self defense but was found guilty of murder by a jury in Federal court Here in january. 1928. Weech entered a plea of guilty to lesser charges and received a Light sentence. Federal judge Halstead l. Ritter who pronounced the death sentence on Alderman has issued an order barring All newspaper men from the scene of the execution. Ile also warned official attend i ants that any one witnessing the hanging and divulging details of j the execution would be Beld in contempt of court. Meteor Shower will be visible this week end Madison. Wish Mother Earth will experience an annual Shower of meteors this week end which will be visible for several nights of Clouds do not interfere announces prof. C. M. Duffer of Washburn Observatory. University of Wisconsin. The greatest number of these meteors Wal be visible from Angust to to 13 although Many will appear for a few Days before and after those dates. After Midnight when the Moon has set will be the Best time to observe the showers says prof. Hafter. The phenomenon is known As the Shower of perseid because the meteors radiate from a Point in the Constellation by that name in the northeastern part of the sky. Meteors will be visible in almost any Point in the sky although most of them will appear to come from the Northeast. The annual Shower at this time has been observed for about too years explains the Wisconsin astronomer. Senator Oscar Morris Milwaukee selected to succeed Conrad Shearer on the special legislative committee charged with making an inquiry into the expenditures of All candidates in election campaigns since 1924. Galesville news More than 17,000.000 pounds of Olive Oil was shipped from Italy to America last year. Lie Nee and incorporate my ideas o�?~.if�?�1�?T/ slops poisonous skin infections from insect bites into its growth i had to have More technical gets night school training so Silver took up radio in night school. There radio possibilities began shaping themselves in his mind for the future Days when he would be Able to Tell the world about radio Phenomena and be heeded. Foresight is what has made Silver famous among radio engineers. Believing in the possibilities of the sin Extension division for clubs and discussion groups interested in the present Day trend of International affairs. The program includes topics for a years study and is intended to give a general idea of the situation in the loading countries of Continental Europe with something of the immediate historic Hack ground. Among the topics Are the new Austria. The new Hungary greater Rumania the new kingdom of Jugo super Heterodyne circuit for recep a Avia Llop by Foric importance of Tola id 1922 Hen the broadcasting Roget la and it. Present Tutu a a �. Hearda lbt re us in a he re in upping of by la. I n ted state the 19-year old boy i a a add. He postwar Baltic walked into the executive offices of one of the newly organized radio manufacturing firms with a sheaf of diagrams and figures explaining his idea of this circuit. On his next Isit he brought along an experimental Model which he had built and by the Force of his own Confidence and evident knowledge of what he was talking about finally sold the idea to the firm doing the actual testing himself. Convinced that radio had a real service to offer police departments in reporting crimes and transmitting orders he designed the special receiving set installed on 40 de republics of Lithuania Latvia . And Finland italia i Redenta italian and Jugoslav claims on the Adriatic and the remapping of Southeastern Europe including Albema. Greece and Turkey famous Antiseptic relieves irritation Pele of try too Quot no longer need you fear Mosquito and other insect Buss. Neither need you scratch such erupt tons which often Lead to poisonous infections. Enjoy real Iskin Comfort this summer. Kern Handy _ bottle or pure. Cooling liquid d. D to this Healing Antiseptic quickly take the sting and turn out of summer skin troubles. Sunburn. Eczema rashes pimples. Insert bites Poison Ivy soon yield to d. D. B. This International prescription created by or. D. D. Dennis penetrates the skin soothing and calming the irritated tissues. Stops itching instantly. Clear greaseless and stainless. Dries up almost immediately. Re sure to take d. D. D. With you on your vacation trip. One bottle will prove the merits of this famous Antiseptic or your Money Hack j5e. 60c and 1124 sires. At All druggists adv. Heat rash i i to Stop the itching and soothe the irritation promptly what you need is Resinol we invite your application for a real estate loan feeling confident of our ability to completely satisfy you in such important details As Quick action efficient handling and charges. La Crosse Trust company til main St. Phone 3sh. Health is based a great Deal on Correct diet. Bread is one of your Best foods and Blue ribbon bread is the Best you can buy. Federal bakery 522 main St. Phone 605 Galesville wis a members of William p. Row Lea Post american legion attended the Minnesota state convention of legion Alre on monday and tuesday. On the latter Day. The Galesville Post attended in a body nearly the entire membership being in the party. Fourteen children responded to the invitation issued by miss Ella knee land Galesville librarian to attend the third of a series of Story hours on tuesday. The summer tories Deal with lessons on nature. Miss Mamie Olson scheduled to take charge of the Story hour was absent from town. Mias Kneeland took her place. The August meeting of Charles h. Ford Post. A. A. R. And w. R. scheduled for August 7 at the John l. Jones Home has Bren postponed for one month due to the illness of several members. Mrs. Helen Parker has returned to Madison called by the illness of a Little grandson Samuel Garlick jr., son of or. And mrs. Samuel Garlick is suffering complications caused by injuries to his nose and Collarbone in a fall. P. E sharper Centerville civil War Veteran is confined to his Home by illness mrs lulls flood entertained a Large company of relatives and friends St her Home on sunday. Those making up the company included or. And mrs. Oscar Selin and three children and miss Dahl of Viroqua or. And mrs. Conrad Amundson and children of la Crosse mrs. Jennie Olson. Red Wing. Also the misses Emily and Hilda Wall and or. And mrs. Julius flood and children of Galesville. William Kribs has returned from a visit St the Home of a Nephew in Prairie Duchien. Mrs. Arthur Dutton is 111 St the Home of her son. Carroll near Galesville. Or. And mrs. Clyde nabs and children. I eat Rice. Jack and Donald of Waukesha Are guests at the John Jones Home. Mrs nabs is a Niece of or. Jonea. During the past week a family reunion has been in Progress St the Jones farm near Galesville. Brothers and Sisters nieces and nephews. With their families have been guests. These included Kinsey Jones. Waukesha. Wis my and mrs Levi Jones and sons. Robert and Henry Long Beach. Calif mrs. Emma Matthews. Or. And mrs. George Roberts and two sons also of to it Ong Beach or. And mrs. Sam Jones or. And mrs. That vans Jones and baby or. And mra. Joe Jones and child. Mra. Henry Young and Little daughter Rhyllis All or Mindoro. Or. And mrs. H to. Gering have removed their household goods to Menominee. The couple will spend some time in a motor to p before settling definitely for close to a year they lived in Galesville operating the variety store. The business was recently sold to j. L. Gudmundson. Reedsburg. Lonely town Northmoor. loneliest Village in England is Here in Oxfordshire. This town is Only five Milos from Oxford yet its Many a girl Cill til re i inhabitants have never seen a train and few Hare attempted a tortuous trip into civilization. Be j cause of its isolation supplies Cost the local villagers much More than they should. _ Liverpool. England is seeking an aviation service connecting with through nor lines at Croydon. Thursday. August it by the associated press programs in Central Standard time. All time is p. M. Unless otherwise indicated. Wavelengths on left of Call letters kilo cycles at right. Clear Channel stations and Chain programs with list of associated stations in detail. 34s.a�?wabc new York Sao s00�?daguerreotypes�?also Knox. Kohl. Wisk. Whom. Kmic. 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String ensemble program a also Kaka. Wren. _ 2na.fv_.kyw chicago�?102� 5-30�?wjz and wrap 8v4 hrs 9 ooh Newa to dance music j 4 hrs si4.s-wf.xh Chicago Sto to ooh music Parade 10-30�? Mike and Herman gossip 11 ooh do air vaudeville 2 hrs 410 4�?wgs-Wmr chicog�720 5 on Uncle in n scores dance 5 50�?floorwalker and dance 7 00�?master of ceremonies 7 30�?musical melange r ooh same As Wiz 8 30�?musical mosaics ? 00�?news. Features. Dance 3 hrs 844.6�?wia chicago�?70 8 30�?agriculture forum 7 ooh string sextet choral music g00�?concert orchestra hour�?wmaq chicago�?670 4-15�?topsy Turvy orchestras o ooh lecture health talk 0 90�?concert orchestra Plano 7 00�?Trio musical program z ooh Orch Pratt and Sherman 9-oo�? Amos and Dan and Sylvia Atli Rhimes concert orchestra 10 40�?dance music j hrs it 4za�?xvi, w cincinnati�?766 6-3 1�?great adventurers 7-no�?same a Wix i or 8 ooh feature Wiz program 9 00�?the Hall thels orchestra station a Kwh 1380 kilocycles�?217.3 meters sunday 10 30 a. M. First and third sunday English lutheran Church Are vices. 10 40 a. In. Second and fourth sunday congregational service 4 p. In. Studio sacred music program. 4.30 p. In. Musical and Vesper service. Presbyterian Church. Monday 7 30 a. In. Musical and time Are live. To a. In. Aunt Sammy u. 9. D. A and musical program. 12 noon. Weather report farm radio news from u. S. D. A. 12 30 p. In. Studio musical. 5 30 p. In. Kiddies hour with Uncle Art. T p. In. Sports weather Ana news. 6 15 p. In. Dinner hour concert. 8 p. In. Old time orchestra. Tuesday 7 30 a. In. Musical and time Serene. Z 30 a. In. Assembly a Tate teacher a College. 10 a in. Aunt Sammy uti d. A., and musical. 11 noon. Weather farm radio news from u. 8. D. A. 12 26 p. In. Organ. 6 30 p. In. Riddles hour with Uncle Art. 4 p. In. Sports weather and news. 6 16 p. In. Dinner hour concert. I p. In. Studio Organ. Wednesday 7 80 a. In. Musical and time Are a Ive. To a. In. Aunt Sammy u. 8. In a., and musical. Ii noon. Weather farm radio news and musical program from studio. 6 30 p. In. Kidd less hour with Uncle Art. 6 p. In. Sport weather and new 6 15 p. In. Dinner hour concert. To p. In. Tri state hour. To p. In. Dance program Avalon. Thursday 7 30 a in. Musical and time Eer Aive. To a. In. Aunt Sammy u. 4. D. A. 11 30 a. In. Musical and educational. State teachers College. 12 noon. Weather. U. Amp in a. And musical. 6 80 p. In. Kiddies hour with Uncle Art. A p. In. Sport weather and new 6 16 p. In. Dinner hour concert. I p. In. May tag Radlett 8 30 p. In. Studio Organ. Friday 7 20 in. Musical and time Are a Ive. To in. Aunt Sammy 0. T in a is Nuon. Weather. U. Pc xxx a. And musical. 6 20 p. In. Kidd less hour with Uncle Art. A porn. Sport weather and news. 6 15 p. In. Dinner hour concert. Saturday 7 30 in. Musical and time Serene. To a. In. Aunt Sammy u. Is. A. A. 12 noon. Weather farm radio news from u. S. D. A. 12 30 p. In. Tri state old tim 1 p. In. 4-h club program. 2 p. In. Children s recital. 5 30 to it. In. Riddles hour it Uncle Art. 6 p. In. Sport weather and news. 6 15 p. In. Dinner hour concert. 8 p. In. Studio. To p. In. Dance program Avalon. 10 00�?gerno Trio los Amigos 11 00�?dance and variety hour 370.2�?wcco Minneapolis Kly 6 00�?dinner my. State govt. 7 00�?musix Box Trio 7 30�?same As a Tab 1% hrs 9 15�?theatrical hour 10 15�?scores concert orchestra 275.1�?kmox fit. Louie Ioos 6 00�?same As Wabash hrs 9 30�?ozark program 10 00�?stove league Amos Andy 10 20�?sketches singing school�?wrap pert worth�?4 0 6 00�?wjz and wrap pros 8 hrs hens in High flock Lay one ego every 28 hours Madison wis.every Ben in the record flock of sin pie White leghorn owned by Chas. B. Williams Superior produced 25.25 eggs or Che equivalent of one egg sex cry 28 hours during the month of june according to an announcement by j. R Hayes of the poultry department at the University of Wisconsin. There Are 91 layers in this Fleck. Another flock of single comb White leghorn owned by mrs. C. E. Fruit Waukesha county won the Fop honors in the class for flocks of too or More hens. The 150 Birds averaged 24.30 eggs. Tho second High record of production in this class was made by a mixed flock of i is hens owned by j. Vat Cannett. Burnett county averaging 23.04 eggs Market Street in Philadelphia in colonial Days was called High Street it has been termed the most historic Highway in America. Bomb throwing in Chicago on increase report a a pineapple crop continue grow despite election promises Chicago a in a the pm crop of a a pineapples a quaint nth for the racketeers bomb has show an increase both in production Ani effectiveness this year. Despite election promises Hatthi a pineapple Quot would cease to Menot the property and health of Chica ans the number of bombings pm resultant damage showed an fit. Crease in the first six Montha it of 1929 Over the similar period Lait year according to Thomas in he Beesley an investigator for the Chicago employer association. From january to july bombers scored 36 hits while the first half of this year Quot pineapple a bloomed in 60 spots Beesley Gay in the 1928 period the Avera damage was $960 and this $1,428. The perpetrators of this years bombings All have escaped prosecution urns far Beesley added. In his successful election can pain. John a. Swanson state at Tomey promised War on bracketed and a Racket court was established to Aid him. Beesley said 86 rackets Are operating in Chicago and that of the 25 cases referred to the Racket court nine persons have been indicted Bat none convicted. He credited Pool City with driving 57 rackets out of business. Bombings have been the sinister answer of racketeers to those who defy them. Wisconsin ninth in holdings of loan societies Madison a in a wis Cousin ranks ninth among the state in total assets owned by building Gad loan associations according to the report which h. F. Collaring Cincinnati Ohio will make to the u. S. League of local building and loan association at the convention in Salt Lake City Utah August 27. Wisconsin has 16s loan associations with a total membership of 296,973, assets of $251,619,119, an increase during 1928 in assets of $34,055,126, and an increase is membership of 35,288, the report shows. The country As a whole maintained assets of More than $8,000,000,-ooo in loan and building associations during 1929. Mortgage Loam totalled one Quarter of the amount Ohio has the largest increase in assets while Pennsylvania rank first in assets number of Aszodi tons and membership. Tough situation Trenton n. J.two baud to recently held tip Edward j. Kuhn roads tend proprietor and made Lim take off his clothes and give them $70. They took his clothes and left Kuhn running the risk of search of eyes had to run nude too feet to his Home to Telephone state Poutt. He retrieved his clothes. Latest radio principles in Ninon Badio /7tubi Cinderella and the three proud cigarette brands a modern fable once upon a time a mighty Prince aet Forth to find a perfect cigarette. Being very Vise he netted Down his search to the four National favourites. That Quartetti of popular Lister brands known As the "20 for 15&Quot family. The three elder cigarette brands rushed Forward to meet the Prince with All the proud pomp in the world. Each vying with the other in urging her Charm upon him. A smoke me a said the eldest a i am the class of the Quot smoke me a said the second a for i am beyond smoke me said the third a fall the world acknowledges me to be the then from the background the youngest Brand. The Cinderella of the family a a a quietly spoke up. F of you please sire a she suggested a Why not smoke All four of us. A a and compare us fairly and impartially letting your taste deride which one of us you like beet a a Why that a a common sense idea a exclaimed his highness. Whereupon he covered the names of All four brands with paper masks it them and smoked them reflectively Arith All Brand prejudice removed. One cigarette seemed to capture his fancy far and beyond the others. A a i done to know which cigarette this is a he declared a but unquestionably it is the cigarette for whereupon he removed the mask and found it to be. Well Cinderella is the a a storybook name but in America today that winning Brand la known As old Gold. Moral it la easy to make big claims but you can t smoke claims. The Only sound Way to discover the cigarette you Uke Best la to let your taste decide. Or loom of smoother and better a a a a not a cough in a Carload on y our radios Paul Whiteman Kin of Jan with his Complete orchestra every tuesday 9 to i p. M. Leer Are Daytz get a via time. Colombia Broe Demtia Syatt 99 t

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