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La Crosse Tribune and Leader Press (Newspaper) - August 12, 1920, La Crosse, Wisconsin Ivory ism Bakis we Are now in position to make immediate delivery on Ford one ton trucks. One ton truck Chasis with pneumatic tires and Demountable rims $640 one ton truck Chasis with solid rear tires $600 of. O. B. Detroit Barry Dahl 6th and King stores and offices for rent in the new Rivoli theatre bldg inquire of la Crosse theatres co. I Al l Kwh Oelberger. Erwin Schwalbe. Office Over Bijou theatre. Phone 237. Crop report aspirin Page. Twila Crosse Tribune and Leader press thursday August 12 forget War hatred plea of Seaman in speech at Delavan a leave the past and live in the Bill Russell in dual role present advice of Cand. I on Casino screen today Date for governor tho supporting cast is excellent. The Siar it built around a b g horse race ponzi admits he served term for forgery in Canada declares Wisconsin does not need to of saved was saved by men and women who served in hour of need every picture fan knows William Russell a it one of tile Moat convincing apostles of a Pep a in world today. Every solitary does every move he make a has genuine dynamic Force behind it. A a regular steam engine in pants a that is the Way some one put it who saw his Zippy Snappy work in a slam ring in slam bang Jim which is being shown at the Casino today and tomorrow big Bill has a dual role whirl in cd is him work twice As hard and von can rest assured that Yon win see plenty of action. Its just the kind of Breezy comedy that fits him 1ik� a Glove you will enjoy every minute that is the Climax of the picture has been handled in such a manner As to the movie make it most interesting. It does Nott v thine he fun 0110 minute and the director has endowed the Book very carefully. Iii other words it is better than the stage production produced Iii London a few years ago. It is Worth going twice to see. Was also sentenced to leaven Worth for smuggling italians in United states ated previous assertions that he was j Loans and which in fact. Solvent and could Par All notes out-1 Many notes of that interns standing against him a a result of his five Days. That resulted in the inv a Mexico operation of the securities Exchange Gat Ion now in Progress by Federal and redeemed Johnson for preferring jail in the in forty United state to being at Large in India or Polis Star. Of Ici company. It was the Large business done by this company which offered to pay state authorities. Preference is hard to blame work harder to of finn Forti m arid pro thao pulls up Nerv and brain Energy delicious tonic end summer or try Delavan. M in. Aug 12.�? us forget the a a1 hate engendered during the War. W e have grave vital problems confronting us and As real americans it behoves a to leave the past to the of it. A Stop that shimmies a Lyons past and enter into the spirit of the and Moran comedy completes the Bill. A a . Aim Inna in nil ii i in i a a a a a emf Valley of tomorrow moves to the Rialto today a the Valley of tomorrow starring William Russell will be seen on the Rialto screen today Only. This Pature received Many favourable comments a luring its run at the Bijou and Wilt no doubt be enjoyed by the patrons of the Rialto. The sixth episode of a hidden dangers completes the Bill was the sentiment of Gilbert e. Seaman progressive Republican candidate for governor shaking to a crowd of about 3.000 a eople at a Community gathering in Delavan. A number of neighbouring towns turned out heavy delegations to the meeting. The colonel was greeted and introduced by mayor o. R. Rice. In introducing colonel Seaman. Mayor Rice proclaimed him a candidate who was a right in a. Right in peace Aud right Here in our esteem and pointing to his hear colonel Seaman dismissal at length the marketing commission problem and the High Cost of living As it operates Between producer and consumer. Thi Tople was of fir a importance in this Beautiful and bounteous Rural District. He exp la a a passion a playground at the Majestic Katherine Mcdonald who is appearing at the Majestic Iii a passion playground has the Best role of her career. The Monte Carlo from the ends of the Earth members of the nobility and of the Royalty adventurers and the Idle Rich assemble at the Guthriue of Chance is produced in this picture which is a screen version of a the guests of her a colies a novel by c. N. And a. . Miss Mcdonald cast As the Convent lass who later become the greatest Gambler of them All. And the wildest plunger has been Given a Type that financier claims he was innocent in both cases in assumed blame for crime committed by Montreal banker Boston. Mass. Aug. 12�?charles ponzi who has bandied millions of my Era Tab line half of j Dollar of other poop log a Money in the. In hero men and women a get few months Mal statement on wednesday that he was a former convict. While he was making this statement the Hanover Trust company in which Pont was a director and a shareholder and through which he Tad done a Large checking business was closed by order of Bank Crim missioner Joseph Callen. Of nazi at the a same time announced his resignation from the Bank directorate. A a _ commissioner Allen said that he just fits her particular Type and she Juja j taken action because his examining handled it wonderfully Well. The pro a found that the Bank had made Edith Roberts at the strand today Only writing his diary As the world scorned to think his life should have been lived seemed lots of fun for Thomas Dodd. A slow. Prosi amp a Ujj soul but when a determined Little Girt got a peek at the diary anti appeared at the Dodd Home. Claiming to be his ined to the c Road daughter things began to happen the the necessity of greater effectiveness of the present Marker commission Law the need for More experts and sex per fenced members on the coils Mission in order to permit the pro Jar handing of each phase of its work. A i stand for greater Economy in the getting of the necessities of life to the people from the producer. The producing rises has suffered enough from the bands of men without conscience and greed. It is men like the a who Are causing the thoughtless discontent it is men like these who arc undermining the Cool thinking of a nation. A the problem of co out Erat ivc marketing and the preservation and Stor age of the products of the roil must have the closest attention from the agencies of the state. The Farmer. Like the Busine Man. Must know his West of production Aud the state should see to it that in so far As the Public interest of the state is concerned j he Doe know Bis Cost of production in order that he May get a fair Price and also in order that the Public ton May get its necessities at a fair Price a the candidate declared that if elected governor he would make an a honest and consistent Effort to reduce the Cost of Seaman closed his address before the huge crowd by a statement that brought the gathering to ifs feet. A Wisconsin Doe not need to be waved the All american candidate who declares that Wisconsin needs him to bring it Back where it was. Figures himself pretty High. Wisconsin does not need to be saved by him Ort anyone else. Wisconsin was saxed., saved by the men Ami women who served in the army and Navy. Who foil cd at Home and gave they saved Wisconsin and not any candidate who was running then and running now for office. Seaman is covering much territory. Travelling in a car the doctor Soldier is showing the same Mettle and fight that Macle him a decorated of Fifer on Hie Fields in France in command of the medical department of a corps. Fie is being enthusiastically received by old comrades and citizens who gather to hear him make his state mint of declarations. Tie is to cover the Southeastern part of the state this week and will work North beginning next Mon Lav. Situation Ira most embarrassing. This is Tim position old Man finds his be of in. In a Zalia miss Dodds Starr or Edith Roberts which will be shorn at the strand today Only. A two reel cum or completes the Bill. A sporting Duchess a Rea melodrama at the Bijou if you want to sit on he Edge of til seat. And ii by a r aim of excitement for an hour and a half the Bijou is the spot to select. There is in re real excitement crammed int this feature than has been shown in in a Grosse in Many a Day. Alice Joyce As the Duchess in the a sporting Duchess is at her Best Ami supporting cast is exceptional which includes. Norman Kerry. Nell Craig i Edwin Stevens and Walt Whitman. To Complete the show the Manas j mint has booked the latest Harold a Lloyd comedy a this Royal making a double show for the patrons of the Majestic. Forest fires balk Cinema photographers the Goldwyn company engaged on the production of Rex beaches a the Sii ref horde a the attraction a the i Legrosse theater was greatly Ham j jeered by fore-4 fires while making the alaskan scenes in the Northwest country. When Frank Lloyd the director i and the cast arrived at Bellingham Washington the Baze and Ash from the fires Hung Over the Hills and valleys like a volcanic Cloud making it impossible to get any Long shots of the action in the scenes. Fortunately the atmosphere cleared considerably be i fore the company left the District Aud i the camera Man was Able to Register ome exceptional distance views of the action around the big Satin of ii raps. Lizzie Ford is not built for swimming says Rural Carrier i ast wednesday morning. Carrier j. M. Kerrigan of route 6. Had a very narrow Escari from drowning while attempting to Cross a dry run near the Henderson farm in upper Looney Valley. The hard rain of the Early morning had turned the otherwise dry in into a St Dlen Creek but or. Kerrigan having crossed at this place before during times of High water again attempted to drive through. As soon As the car reached the place where the St rest in was swiftest it was swept Down with the current turning Over completely a Cample of times. With Hie Side it is nothing Short of a Miracle How Mrky Arrigan cleared himself of the c a Hoven he lots late in the afternoon lie brought the crippled of Ltd Home tied behind a Farmers Wagon minus a top wind shield and various parts of the engine in the gasoline tank was water and in the Radiator was Sand. Or. Kerrigan still avows that the a a Lizzie is the Only car but he advises that when it conies to using them for a bout there is something about them that is lacking. It is again one of those unaccountable Accident one that nine out of ten times would have resulted far More serious than this one. And while we regret or. Kerrigan having his car so badly demolished we Are All glad that the fates were with him and he escaped with Only a bad scare and thorough signal. A i nans Dies while taking part in race London aug. 12.�?walter win ans. Widely known american resident of London collapsed and died while driving his horse. Henrietta Guy. In a race at Parsloe spark this afternoon. Or. Winans called out for i horse to he stopped Bur before this could be done he fell off the sulky. He was dead when picked up. Oldest fiction the British museum possesses the curtains ail fastened Down. J oldest work of fiction known to exist. It is the a tale of two Broth a Ritten Over three thousand years ago by the librarian to King Mere Ptah. The supposed pharaoh of the exodus. Loans which a were excessive and beyond the Legal limit a and a Many lean that Are either bad or Are of very doubtful he expressed the fear that the Bank a capital had been impaired. Few poor loan the executive committee of the Hanover Trust company in a statement. Said that the committee believed there were few poor Loans on the Bank s books and that there was no reason to believe that the Bauk would not continue to meet its obligations and that it had a Cash Reserve of three times the amount that the Law requires William s. Mcnary treasurer of the Bank said that ponzi did not owe the Bank a cent that any Bank in the country would a pc been glad of his account and that ponzi had paid out through the Hank. Ponzio a confession followed tho publication in morning newspapers of stories of the career of Charles ponzi in Montreal. Confronted with these stories ponzi conferred with his attorneys then gave to newspaper Man a lengthy statement in which he admitted that i and Zouzi were the same Man. That he had served Twenty Mouths in prison at Montreal for forgery and that subsequently he Hud served two years in time Federal Penitentiary at Atlanta for smuggling italians into this country. Assumed the Pfarre he asserted that his sentence for forgery had resulted from him assuming the blame for a crime committed by a banker in Montreal by v. Horn he had been employed and who had fled to Mexico a i Ani not try my 1� pose As a he added. As to the smuggling incident. Ponzi declared that he Ltd not smuggle italian into this country. A within ten Days of my release from the Montreal prison a or said. A i was asked to est Ort five italians into the United states. I did not smuggle them in. I crossed the Border on the train openly and was placed immediately under ponzi in a later statement Reltor White Only three things Are needed to keep your White Canvas or Buckskin shoes Bright and clean warm water Ivory soap flakes and a Nail Brush. The Ivory soap flakes makes a Rich cleansing pure lather a instantly on touching the water. Put this suds on the shoes with the Brush rub briskly and the dirt is gone. Everything that is delicate or difficult to cleanse can be laundered Best with Ivory soap flakes. You know it is absolutely harmless it is delightfully easy and its so economical. Ivory soap flakes genuine Ivory soap in flaked form for washing particular things Safe for Silks and ail Fine fabrics a i wife. Fustar it Mil Wagh it win. Aug 12 a i synopsis of writer and crop condition for the weak ending tuesday Augustio Good showers have Leoti Rcd in 1 orc localities but Over a Large part of the state Corn late potatoes Pas i lures. Vegetable truck and berries need rain badly. Stock is being forint Severn Points. Oat anti Winter a heft arc being harvested in Northern comi ties. Iti be who re Small grains Are All Cut. Haying and threshing of Barlev. Oats. Rye and wheat arc progressing under favourable conditions. Some Toholt Vuis in Bloom some top Ped. Early planted need run. But it is Well rooted and jct ill has Good color.1 sugar beets Are Good generally but i need rain on Light soils cranberries mostly Good but need warmer nights and rain. A Good crop of Early Iota 1 toes tomatoes and Sweet Corn is being marketed. W p. St div Art. Meteorologist a publication or Quot Tristram Shanor brought Lauren a Sterns suddenly from obscurity to Fame. 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