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La Crosse Tribune and Leader Press (Newspaper) - September 24, 1929, La Crosse, Wisconsin Weather mostly Cloudy tonight and wednesday with probably Abow. Era. Not much change in temperature. To vat Home edition full leased wire news report of the associated pres Sand Leader press member of the audit Bureau of circulation volume xxv number 81 la Crosse Wisconsin tuesday september 24. 1929 twelve pages Price three cents Luu id tix Cut substantial reduction favored by Hoover to be suggested to regular session of Congress impose to make reduction effective next March 15 Fitl surplus expected in june earned incomes will first feel a Cut w Washington up a a substantial reduction in taxes favored Fey president Hoover will be recommended to the regular sessions of digress next december by the Treasury to become effective next lurch 15, but just what form the reduction will take has not been determined. It was Learned tuesday at the Treasury that the governments financial condition in Prospect for the coming years is regarded As warranting a slash in taxes and with this in View experts will Start work within a week to determine How much of a Cut can be made my How it will be distributed. See continued Prosperity the financial officials who have watched the government Revenue this year which at the close of business september 20 exceeded the collections for the first two and a half months of the last fiscal year by i118.930.4s0, pointed to continued Prosperity and Large income tax collections As the base upon which the tax reduction would be made. Since july i the total government income has amounted to $921,237,-506. While the income tax collections for the Calendar year 1928 Tare totalled up to september 20, approximately $1,,, an increase Over the same period of the previous year of approximately 5271,090,000. In addition the Treasury expects to collect approximately $500,000,000 income tax when the december payments Are made. With continued business Prosperity experts feel that income taxes will keep on mounting and equal if not pass those of the last year. It has been the experience of the government that each time taxes have been reduced collections have been substantially increased through withdrawal of funds from tax exempt securities and their investment in. Other lines. Surplus in june while not predicting that the proactive tax Cut to be proposed in december would be of the $300,-000.000 variety officials said it would be Large As present indications Are that the government will end the fiscal year june 30 with i surplus of More than $200,000,-000 As compared with $ is 4.000,- last year. A reduction in the tax on earned incomes is regarded As Likely to be one of the principal proposals of the program. Array of charges preferred against four Auto Drivers two speeders one reckless Driver one violator of an arterial Highway sign and one Motorist who parked More than one hour in the Loop District were arraigned in municipal court today before judge George Ruediger and assessed regular fines and costs. The speeders Bud Farley and Edgar Thompson paid fines of $10 and costs of $2.50, while the Man charged with reckless driving. Roy Marcus was assessed a similar Fine Rod Coats. Amos Felt paid a Fine of $1 and Coats of $2.50 tor not stopping at an arterial Highway sign while or. Big Gundersen paid $1 and costs of 52.50 for parking More than one hour. Tether report i Crosse and Vicinity mostly Goudy tonight and wednesday with probably showers. Not much change 10 temperature. Wisconsin mostly cd Oudy to Fht and wednesday with probably turn"1�?T Tooler Iii Northwest por Minnesota mostly Cloudy toil an wednesday with probably Powers in East and South portions. Or in East portion tonight. Hit. A mostly Cloudy tonight wednesday with probably local a to Jeri. Warmer in extreme North Nihil Coo Eru Northwest portion r Wiver forecast in to Kra be no material change River stages during the next Days River ,Eti \ stations Hood height 24-hour Paul. Ii a win a Lnona a. Crosse Dubuque Davenport. Go Okuka is t it Louis 30today a temperatures j a m5. A m5 a m. A a a nation wide records Low yes last ter Day a night High free stage change -0.7 -j-0.2 .14 0.5 0.0 .12 0.2 of .16 0 8 0.0 .12 0.8 0.0 .18 3.0 0.0 .15 2.3 0.0 .18 1.2 0.0 .13 a it 0.0 .30 2.h �?0.2 naval pact would boost ship ratio for lesser Powers Japan France and Italy expected to be granted increase in tonnage Japan to ask to increase in All types of cruisers i Ranee and Italy More interested in destroyers and subs 5 to a. In. 74 7 la a. In. I 12 m. In in in a a Quot i 8 i p. In. .86 Bismarck. Chicago. Eve a. Goena. Jury a Jacksonville Quot in. T7n�As i Ltd. Amp Crosse. Colson. Fed Aphis. Gilt Cine hat a Waukee. Joea City. York. C new Orleans. Angeles .58 2n Francisco .54 atone polit.64 Washington.52 48 .60 .50 .54 .52 .74 .62 .56 .50 .66 .48 .56 .42 .56 .66 54 70 76 52 86 76 81 80 76 74 66 52 72 74 74 68 84 72 .68 .16 .44 .04 1.28 Washington d. C. Pm any naval limitation agreement reached at the projected London conference of the five it leading naval Powers very probably will Accord to Japan. France and Italy a greater ratio with respect to the United states and great Britain in at least some of the categories of auxiliary Craft than now exists with respect to capital ships and airline carriers. Whether this increase in ratio will apply to the largest Type of cruisers authorized under the Washington arms treaty is a question for the conference to decide but Japan is expected to ask for an increase in its ratio of All types of cruisers which would give it a strength in this category of to per cent of the British and american totals As compared to the sixty per cent now applying to capital ships. France and Italy Are expected to obtain a considerable increase in the ratio for destroyers and submarines since these types Are regarded As their greatest defense weapons in View of the Small size of the fleets of capital ships which they agreed to accept at the Washington conference. While there is no official information on the subject the View is entertained in some quarters Here that they also will ask for higher Cruiser ratios. France now has a total Cruiser tonnage of 139.000 Standard tons including three ships under construction while Italy has 127,000 Standard tons including six under construction. 3,000 moslem slain in China Hankow reports Hankow up a reports from Central Kansu province tuesday stated that chinese had executed an appalling massacre of moslem there the victims numbering at least 3,000. Details were lacking but it seems the moslem rebelled against chinese authority whereupon they were slain. According to reports the executions were carried out under Guise of a conference with the moslem. The victims were separated from their wives and then put to death. According to the reports the moslem a died it is indicated that the chinese now fear moslem retaliations possibly causing renewed civil War which in 1918 caused the death of Many thousands of chinese and moslem in Kansu. Policemen meet in dark proceed to shoot it out up a four suburban policemen Rushing to answer an alarm in North Riverside met in the dim Light of Dawn tuesday and failing to recognize each other exchanged volleys with shotguns and revolvers. Arthur Belt chief of police of North Riverside and sergeant Fred Molkentine of Riverside fell badly wounded. Firing As they crawled the wounded pair made their Way into the House from which the alarm had come and peered from a window to see their assailants. A who Are you a chief Beltz called. A Jisa and Cada a came the answer and the chief recognized them As Joseph Jisa Village trustee and Volunteer policeman and Stanley Cada former policeman. Auto is stolen but recovered five Are missing an automobile was stolen monday night but was recovered by police officials after several hours of searching throughout the City. Five other automobiles stolen at intervals during the past several weeks Are still missing. The car taken last night was a Chevrolet Coupe owned by Herman Hanson 920 Wall Street. It was found in the Woods on the South Side of Grandad Bluff by motorcycle officer Roy Franklin. A watch left in the car by Hanson was the Only thing taken police reported. Assessment Roll being prepared preliminary work in preparing the assessment Roll for figuring the tax books is in Progress in the City i jerks office. At present the personal property assessments Are being copied and it is expected that the real estate books will be completed in time to begin figuring the tax rate immediately after the common Council decides what the rate will be in november. Additional help however will be required to carry on this work. Coach starts school for football fans Providence. R i a Ltd now conies a school for football spectators. Gas to Loughry Brown coach. Is to conduct a course in the University a Extension series. The idea is to enable the Public to understand the Tine Points. All Ages All sexes Are eligible. Man and woman arrested on suspicion of Check forgery two Are passed suspicion of George Ferris la Crosse merchant that a Check Given him monday for $60 for merchandise purchased was worthless landed two people a Man and a woman in cells at Central police station on charges of passing bad checks. Tile Man is j w. Stewart alias j. W. Engels believed to be from Elko or . Nevada while the woman is alleged to he his wife although police officials said this morning they were of the opinion the couple was not married. Wanted in Dubuque it is believed by chief of police John b. Webber that the Man May also to wanted in Dubuque la., on a similar charge. He purchased a coat for the girl. Who refused to give any other name than what of mrs. Stewart to police officials with a Check. Chief Webber said. Coming to la Crosse sometime saturday by bus Stewart according to chief Webber began to distribute posters advertising an auction Sale of 190 head of Grade Hereford cattle at the Milwaukee Railroad Yards Here october 25. The poster said similar Sale would be held at Dubuque tile saute Day. Tile poster gave the name of e. F. Eff Tefon As auctioneer and j. W. Stewart As owner and clerk. With the posters As a Means of credit it is alleged that Stewart passed the bad checks Here. One Check was for $195, and was Given the Moll motor company for an automobile purchased by Stewart. On Miles City Bank the checks were drawn on the first National Bank of Miles City. Montana although written on Blanks of the first National Bank of Dubuque la. A Book of checks was found in Stew Irtys Possession when he and the girl were apprehended at a local hotel by detective Willia Fitzsimmons. Several checks in the Book were already signed and the name of the Bank changed from that of Dubuque to Miles City. The name of the persons to whom the checks we Ere to be made Over to and the amount for which they were to be drawn were not filled in. The Miles City Bank chief Webber said wired they had no account for Stewart. The girl said she had met Stewart in Dubuque last Friday and came to la Crosse with him the next Day. She insisted they were married. Engels True name belief several letters found in stewarts Possession when searched at Central station had the name of j. W. Engels on the envelopes. A farm lease was also found in his Possession. It wa9 from one Marlon b. Rodewald to j. W. Engels. The locality in which the land was purchased. If it was was not Learned from chief Webber. Witness assumes responsibility in hiring of Shearer Newport news official declares it w As his idea to keep in touch with Parley Washington. D. up a a letter by William b. Shearer an a a observer for american ship builders at the 1927 Geneva naval conference claiming that a secret British document which he obtained influenced the legislative course of the 15 Cruiser construction Bill in the Senate last session was read into the record tuesday of the Senate investigating committee. Washington a up a Frederick i. Palen vice president of the Newport news shipbuilding and dry Dock corporation testified tuesday before a Senate investigating committee that he was a More responsible than anyone else for employment of William b. Shearer As the $25,000 a observer and reporter of american ship builders it the unsuccessful 1927 Geneva naval limitations Parley. Shearer suggested plan he said that Shearer who hits described himself As an advocate of a big Navy first had suggested he be sent to Tho naval Parley by the shipbuilders. This Palen explained was after Shearer had conducted a merchant Marine publicity Campaign for shipbuilding companies in 192g for a remuneration of $7,500. A i am More responsible than anyone else a the witness said for shearers employment because i had the definite thought of keeping in mind the trend of the conference on account of our work on Palen took the witness chair after Homer l. Ferguson president of the corporation bad told the committee that Palen bail hired Shearer and he believed he could give the details. Proposed to Divide Cost Palen said Shearer asked $25,000 to undertake the work at Geneva but he had replied this could not be afforded. Then he suggested the witness continued that the new York shipbuilding corporation and the Bethlehem shipbuilding corporation join in sharing the Cost which was done. A what were the terms of your agreement with Shearer a asked chairman Shortridge. A the obligations assumed by the three shipbuilders were to pay one third each of $25,000 Ami in return Shearer would go to the Geneva conference keep us advised As to the trend and that this payment would cover All his expenses and any commission or nearly a half Hundred die in russian wreck Sverdlovsk it. S. S. ply forty five persons were killed and 241 seriously injured in the derailing of in Moscow Vladivostok local train monday six coaches jumping the track and overturning. Ten persons suffered minor injuries. The Accident took place to Miles from Wiatka. Two coaches were reduced to fragments. First reports placed the null it of dead at to but As a Rescue party further explored the wreckage the death list increased. Nose of Sparta girl Cut off 4s cupboard tips Sparta a a an attempt is being made Bere to graft the severed nose of Doris Graw 8. A Kitchen cupboard in the Home of the child s grandparents tipped Over monday and Glass from the door Cut off the Nosen the nose intact was found later in the broken Glass under the cupboard. Has nine dollars in Nickels too Many arrested North Side police officers this morning arrested a Man in the Railroad Jungles on the East end of Gillette Street on suspicion of robbery. The Man had nearly $9 in Nickles and other Small change tied up in a handkerchief the police report said. Pantages trial near end today los Angeles. a a the Case of mrs. Lois damages charged with second degree murder As the result of the death of Juro Roku into. Japanese in an automobile collision was expected to go to the jury tuesday after defense and prosecution attorneys Complete their final addresses. Smith takes seat As a member of education Board special meeting held to discuss budget and finances for coming year b. C. Smith the new elected member of the Board of education took his seat As a member of that body monday afternoon at a special meeting called for the purpose of taking preliminary Steps in the making of a school budget for the year 193d in compliance with the request of comptroller l j. Keizer. The official notice of or. Smith s election to the Board by the Council wan presented by the City clerk whereupon or. Smith was seated. The new member who succeeds the late William Luening has been named to fill All places on committees held by the deceased member. He will be chairman of the High school committee and member of finance teachers and lunch room committees. The meeting was also attended by Frank Smith chairman of the Council finance committee and the finances of the school Board were discussed at length. No final decision was reached As to the amount of Money the schools will require for the ensuing year and will not be until after the grounds and buildings committee completes a Survey of the school buildings covering insurance and other items that will Piny a part in the final figures. Drum corps off to Louisville via special sunday the a on to Louisville March of the local american legion Post will begin sunday when the legion drum corps sets out to take part in the drum corps Competition at the National convention. About co men from the local Post will journey to Louisville via special train. A Louisville newspaper has written to the commander of the la Crosse Post requesting a picture and Story on the drum corps which will be run in a special edition of the palier with pictures and accounts of other corps. Over 500 drum corps from All parts of the country will be entered in the Competition. From this number there Are Many which have been organized for nine and ten years the local corps was organized three years ago. No Relief needed on Texas farms Amarillo. Texas. A been Down in the old ranch country today. Visited a part of the old x. I. T. Which was at one time the biggest Range in the world. They Are farming this whole Plains country and making it pay without Relief. Well John and Florence got married. It was just a year ago now that they came to see the Stone show in new Haven together and i introduced them to the audience. I could see then that they was sorter keeping company. Well we got Lindy and Anne going along Fine now and we wish John and Florence the same. We got to dig us up another love match to promote. Yours wll Rogers. 0. S. Farm Board head questioned by Senate group a a Legge appears before committee considering nominations outlines boards policy in dealing with problem pleads for time in reply to criticism on delay up a chairman Legge of the Federal farm Board tuesday related his past connections with the farming Industry and with the International Harvester company before the Senate agricultural committee which began con by duration of the nominations of Board members who have been serving under recess appointments since the Board was organized Early in the summer. Legge also testified he had no connection with importing houses or foodstuffs concerns. The general character of his investments the Board chairman said was some Stock in motor companies and government securities. The value of his holding in International Harvester at current value he testified was about $1,000,000, but that the actual value probably was much less. He added that his present purpose was to keep this Stock. Outlines policy und6r further questioning by chairman Mcnary the witness outlined the general program of the Board. Asked of the Board had been set up to take care of this years crop Legge replied a to some extent. We cannot do everything in 60 Days. Some folks think we ought to build a lot of elevators and so on but our time has not been Mcnary inquired whether the Board required co operatives to exhaust their own sources of credit before the $500,000,000 farm Relief fund would be used. Legge said no such Rule had been definitely Laid Down but at the present time All the Board Felt it could do was to make supplemental Loans except in a few cases. Farm Bill not Clear senator Caraway Democrat Arkansas took Issue with this View saying he thought that was not the intent of Congress while Legge said lie understood the farm Bill intended the fund to be used As supplemental financing and not primary. A if you we ant us to finance All agriculture you will have to give us $10,000,000,000 instead of $500,000,000,�?� Legge said. He added that Many parts of the farm act were not understandable to the Board. Caraway then asked the witness if the Board expected to establish stabilization corporations. A we Hope to in time a Legge said adding that the boards first Effort was to organize a Strong commodity body on which to build its stabilization efforts. He said this was already under Way for wheat. Pleads for time the chairman explained that efforts were now under Way to prepare the Grain Industry for stabilization but that this can be put into practice Only by request of the com it duty itself. Pressed by senator Wheeler Democrat Montana for an explanation As to Why a More aggressive Effort had not been made to handle this years wheat situation. Chairman Legge said a senator you spent eight years up Here getting a farm Bill. For heaven s Sake give us a Little Chance. We be had Only two months. We Are trying to do the Best we Brookhart puts in oar questioned by senator Brookhart whether the Board expected to stabilize wheat Legge said there would be no place to put the wheat if the Board did buy up wheat. A there is a million Bushel elevator in new York standing empty a senator Brookhart said. A the Board would be glad to learn of that a the chairman replied. Brookhart said the Board had played into the hands of the wheat gamblers by declining to engage in stabilization. A your statement was full notice to the wheat gamblers that they could go ahead without interference from the Board a the senator added. La Crosse Street now to be route of bus of the Mississippi Valley Power service company has served notice to the Public that the la Crosse Street bus will change operation on wednesday. The bus will operate Over the regular route on la Crosse Street and will discontinue operation on Badger Street from thirteenth to eighteenth streets. Hex Dean suspect hangs self in cell Kalamazoo. up a Eugene Burgess 53. Who with his wife Pearl Vas charged with the a a hex murder of mrs. Etta l. Fairchild. 83, hanged himself in his cell in the county jail at 4 30 a. In. Tuesday. Both Burgess and his wife were scheduled to go on trial within the next two weeks. Boy Hunter killed by gun in hands of pal Marshfield. up a Henry Dumler. Jr., 13. Was killed instantly monday when a gun accidentally discharged As Alvin Wien 15, attempted to remove a Shell from the chamber. The boys were Hunting when the Accident occurred. Lindy finishes air mail flight qt2,s00miles Paramaribo dutch Guiana a a after a Conquest of time establishing a new air mail line and bringing the United states and the northeastern coast of South America 14 Days closer col. Charles a. Lindbergh rested Here tuesday. His return flight which will include Courtesy Calls to several South and Central american countries will begin wednesday. The colonel arrived in Paramaribo at 4 20 p. Rn., monday completing a 2,595 mile journey since he and his party which includes mrs. Lindbergh took the air at Miami fla., last Friday morning. The new air mail Extension has taken him from san Juan Porto Rico its former Southern terminus in the West indies Over the Leeward and Windward group and Down the South american coast for a total of 1,920 Miles. On the return flight Lindbergh plans to Circle from port of Spain Over the Western Caribbean country before returning to Miami october to. Eight Days will be spent resting at Cristobal canal zone. The entire flight from Miami and return will include nearly 7,000 Miles. Two governors who be guests at Viroqua fair Walter j. Kohler Wisconsin and Clyde m. Reed Kansas to attend setting aside plan banquet at noon for visiting celebrities fair promises to be largest in Long history Madison Pouge arrest two for murder of baby victim s father in Hospital Breaks Little Italy a code of silence up a Vincent Troia known in Rockford 111., As Lorenzo Salvato and Charles Guider Madison were in custody tuesday for investigation in connection with the shooting to death of the three year old son of Joe Glosl and the serious wounding of the father in Madison s a a Bush Section sunday night. A first degree murder warrant was sworn out against Troia tuesday. Gelosi was credited by police with having broken the usual stoic silence that is the code of the victims in a Little Sicily shootings and murders and with having Given the officers information that led to arrest of the two. To fight extradition Troia or Salvato arrested in Rockford where he is a sugar merchant by Madison and Rockford police including chief of police Trostle of Madison announced he would contest his extradition the Lison. Guidera was arrested late monday but police kept this fact secret not wishing to let the other Man know of the arrest of one they think was his companion in the killing. They obtained the names of the two from Gelosi a clenched lips As he Lay Semi conscious in the Hospital. It was Only the second time in the history of killings in Columbus Park area that police had been Able to get a name from the residents there. Shot from ambush Gelosi was injured and his son Frankie killed when they we Ere shot from ambush As the father carried his son from the garage to the House. They had just returned from a trip in their car to a gasoline station put the car in the garage and As they were about to approach the door of the House heard the gun bark behind them. The three year old boy was leaning Over his fathers shoulder and therefore got More of the shot gun slugs than Gelosi. Denies husband told mrs. Gelosi tuesday denied her husband had Given police information that led to arrest of the two men. A i was with him All the time and he was too weak to talk a she said. Fear of Gangland vengeance was believed to have prompted her statement. District attorney Risser continuing his investigation of the crime despite the arrest of two suspects said he would do nothing toward bringing Salvato to Madison until his attorneys decided whether they would fight extradition. Guidera was transferred to the county jail the warrant against him being held up until wednesday. A Rockford attorney acting for Salvato said he could prove by a detective there the latter was in Rockton at the time of the shooting. Papers extraditing Hurst Are sought before governor District attorney r. M. Schlabach left for Madison this morning where he will appear before governor Kohler to make application for extradition papers f the return of Samuel g. Hurst who is being held at Winnipeg Canada on a charge of embezzling $2,000 from the Woodlawn cemetery association. Upon his return tomorrow the papers will be turned Over to the sheriff who will go to Winnipeg to appear at the hearing the Date of which has not As yet been set. Monkeys swim Moat to Freedom the monkeys Are Loose again. This morning seven of the eleven a a monks on the Myrick Park Monkey Island were running at Large in the Park according to George Ritter. Superintendent of Parks. The monkeys swim from the Island to the Inlet and overflow water pipes crawl on top of them and then Spring onto the Fence climbing Over to Freedom or. Ritter said. When the caretaker puts the forage on the Island the monkeys go Back to their Man made abode. Two governors will be guests of the Vernon county agricultural society thursday at its seventy third annual exhibition at the Viroqua fair grounds. The fair opened today and continues to Friday night. Twenty cars from Viroqua and Westby will go to Sparta thursday morning to meet governor Walter j. Kohler of Wisconsin and governor Clyde m. Reed of Kansas. The latter is travelling with a delegation of Kansas Missouri and Nebraska citizens who Are on a Rural development tour of Iowa Minnesota and Wisconsin. Banquet at noon the governors and the entire delegation will be taken to Viroqua where they will visit the fair for several hours. The party will be brought to Viroqua by Way of Coon Valley and Westby according to present plans. A banquet thursday noon at the methodist Church will be tendered the visiting officials and delegates. Senator Rothe congressman Merlin Hull and assemblyman Langve will be guests. Colonel o. G. Munson will be the banquet toastmaster. Following the banquet the delegation will go to the fair grounds in a body marching behind a band and escort. A Section in the grandstand has been set aside for them. Short addresses Are to be made at the fair grounds by both governor Kohler and governor Reed. In the afternoon 20 cars Are to come from Sparta to return the delegation to that City. Transportation arrangements we Ere made at a meeting in Cashton several weeks ago by s. J. Sauer e. W. Schelling and George Groves All of Viroqua t. J. Thorson and Martin oium of Westby and several Sparta persons. The following committees will have charge of the program for the Day entertainment George Groves and m j. Felix finance Oscar Thureen c. A. Parker Paul Dahl and o. E. Davis transportation b. W. Johnson and j. P. Vigdahl reception Ralph e. Nuzum c. J. Smith and mayor h. P. Larson. Streets decorated All Viroqua streets will be decorated in the National colors in Honor of the state executives and tour delegates. The fair this year promises to be one of the Best in Many years All departments having Large entries. The horse department has Many head of draft and trotting horses while a Shetland Pony class will be of interest to the kiddies. The cattle department is expected to see some of the biggest ring Battles in years when the judging is begun. The sheep and Swine departments Are also crowded while numerous entries in the poultry division have been made. The farm and Garden products and women a divisions Are Well filled. The 4-h club division of the fair is also Large Many entries having been made in the calf Swine poultry farm products fruits cooking baking sewing and Canning groups. Lone Slot Machin costs owners $25 in Cou Fine the first raid on Slot machines in la Crosse in several years was made monday by sheriff Harry Wilcox and one machine was confiscated at the Cliffwood inn on state Road. As a result of the raid Tommy Coughlin was arraigned in county court this morning charged with operating a gambling device to we hich he pleaded guilty. He was fined $25 and costs. It is said that the county has been free of Slot machines for a Long time and that the one found in Coughlin a place is the first appearance of open gambling devices since the general clean up several years ago. Or Wile de Ira Hunters named As defendant to appear in circuit court of St. Croix county within ten Days no further invasions until court sessions sportsmen stand on private rights Angle As defined by conservation Laws buddy Minahan lost two weeks found in South Madison. Wa.�?$>>�?hui?h a. Minahan Deputy attorney general. Tuesday received a Telegram from the chief of detectives at Tampa fla., stating that his 13-year-old son buddy who ran away from Home about two weeks ago because the landlord refused him permission to keep a dog in their Milwaukee apartment had been found there. A holding Ken Minahan until you or. Minahan was in Green Bay. Attorney general John w. Reynolds immediately phoned him. Or. Minahan told or. Reynolds he would Check on the description of the boy held in the Hope that it is his son. The search for a a buddy last led to Indiana or. Minahan said indicating that the boy May have hitch hiked through Southern Wisconsin Illinois Indiana and Down to Florida. Or. Minahan will leave tuesday afternoon for Tampa to bring his son Home. Hunters named As defendant in a temporary injunction granted the Delta fish and fur farm inc. Winona in circuit court of St. Croix county by judge George Thompson will go into that court within the next ten Days to demand the setting aside of the restraining order. Or. E. D. Pierce Secretary of the Trempealeau chapter of the Izaak Walton league and the first of Twenty three defendants and Owen Immell president of the Trempealeau Bay and upper Marsh restoration club another defendant were in la Crosse late monday afternoon and announced their courses of Legal action after conferring with attorneys. To re enter Marsh confident that the court would set aside the existing temporary injunction or. Pierce said Hunters there again making plans to enter the Marsh after their appearance before judge Thompson. The injunction writ served on the Twenty three defendant Hunters who invaded the upper marshes of Trempealeau Bay september 16 and 17 ordered them to answer the restraining order within Twenty Days or if failing to do so it would be made permanent. The defendants claim according to or. Pierce they Are within their rights of Hunting and fishing in navigable Waters. The Hunters base their claims on Public rights on Section 29.575 of the Wisconsin conservation Laws. This Section governs Muskrat farms and provides that a nothing in this Section shall be construed to affect any Public right of Hunting trapping fishing or navigation except As herein expressly the same Section also provides that a any person other than the Licensee or his agents who shall Hunt or trap muskrats upon any lands described in any such License shall be liable to the Licensee in the sum of Twenty five dollars in addition to All damage which he May do to said farm or to the rats and property thereon but All actions for such trespass shall be brought by such Licensee ask dismissal at the same time the Hunters ask for the dismissal of the temporary injunction which prohibits them from entering the upper marshes to pursue their usual fall sport of Hunting ducks in contempt of court they will demand a change of venue seeking to bring the Case to Trempealeau county on the grounds that All defendants Are residents of that county that the marshes invaded Are a1 in Trempealeau county and that the court which judge Thompson presides has no jurisdiction in the Case or. Pierce said. The next invasion of the Hunters providing the injunction is set aside or. Pierce said will be Over the locks in the old Trempealeau River Channel. The sportsmen still contend that the Waters Are Public and that the Delta company cannot legally obstruct navigable Waters within a drainage District the marshes entering into the dispute we Ere established into a drainage strict by the state of Wisconsin in 1912. With the present Case certain to go into All Wisconsin courts a new conservation policy is seen by or. Tierce. Need new policy a the time has come a he said a when Wisconsin must adopt a new policy a policy that will soon become nation we Ide in he lamented the fact that Western and Northern Wisconsin Are not represented on the state conservation commission. With the impending court fight a certainty sportsmen of this area Are rallying to the defense of the Hunters named defendants in the restraining order. At the present time nearly $700 has been contributed. Or. Pierce said. Contributions have come from Winona la Crosse Mondovi. Holmen and other communities the Trempealeau Man said. Or. Pierce expects to attend a meeting of the Milwaukee chapter of the Izaak Walton league in the near future in an attempt to interest that Branch of the state organization in the Trempealeau Marsh Case. New York Curit Exchange seat sold for $254,000 new York pm Sale of a new York curl Exchange seat for $254,-000, a new High record we As announced tuesday. The Purchase Price was an increase of $4,000 Over the previous Sale and of $1,000 Over the previous record. Mrs. Boolean gun Heads la. T. U. Indianapolis id in a mrs. Ella a. Boole of Brooklyn x. was re elected president tuesday at the fifty fifth annual convention of National women a Christian Temperance Union. She has held this office since 1225

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