Appleton Post-Crescent (Newspaper) - August 1, 1923, Appleton, Wisconsin APPLETON THE WEATHER Local thundershowers and cooler fair CITY TWELVE PAGES rire ESTABLISHED ESTABLISHED 1KW FIVE O'CLOCK AUGUST 1, 1923 WIRB SERVICE OF THE ASSOCIATED PRICE THREE CENTS aine Asks Proofs Severson Attack Morals lola Senator Accuses Governor Trickery In Revenue Legislation Fight ANSWERS WAUPACA SPEECH State Executive Charged With Lobbying Against gation At Madison By Associated Press Blaine in a. tele- gram Wednesday to Senator H. J. demanded that the senator I name state officials charged by him in a speech Tuesday night at Waupaca with assaulting girls in locked i The executive declared that i he would remove promptly any named by Senator Severson if his is Following is the telegram in Bent by Governor Milwaukee Sentinel quotes i you having said at Waupaca Tuesday J was charged that women I had been locked in offices and 1 by state officials in the fact that women are assaulted In the capitol may not mean much to holders are drawing a fat -j your allegations refer to r state official whom the remove it is your duty to bring if you have any before me and I j remove such state officers prompt If the facts i you charge a Italy Claims Diamond Zita Wants To Sell By Associated Press government has warned former Empress Zita of Aus tria that if she sells the famous entine diamond as she threatens to do view of the financial difficulties In which she finds the tion will not be valid inasmuch as the stone is Italian The which weighs 139% was claimed from the Hapsburgs by Italy under the Versailles The late ex-Emperor Charles and his wife took it with thorn when they fled from Austria and during their stay in Switzerland the diamond was pawned The government has also notified Zita that it is desirous of preserving in their entirety us rights to scripts in the Modena library and other objects belonging to the crown of which was sent to Vienna in the eighteenth jc n. ti it is your duty also in Chairman Of rAccuses Chairman Of Efforts By Associated Maybelle tor of the Juvenile department of the State Board of Control resigned Accompanying her nation was a letter to the board of control scoring the policy of that An attempt was made by the board in a rider attached to a in the last session of the to remove the office of Dr. Park from civil Charge was made on the floor at that time that the desire was to open up the civil service in order to permit easy removal of and the met death in the Dr. Park says in her Mrs. Elizabeth chairman of the has refused to grant her an audience to discuss her work and that continued obstacles have been thrown In her view of these I cannot continue impotently to share the den of your responsibility when the cry of these neglected children is ly heard by the voters of the Dr. Park such ing conditions as those Imposed by thp nothing constructive can be The board of control was by Governor r the courts and if you have that any one assaulted a woman is your duty to tion to the District Attorney of co and I will direct him to prosecute demand that you name the state the time and place of the and that you ately present the facts you claim to have before executive board and the district This demand Is as emphatic as your duty is SEVERSON REPLIES Senator H. J. Severson dictated a statement in reply to Governor from his office in lola Wednesday in which he declared that is very strange ernor now is anxious to get tion concerning alleged assaults on girls in capitol offices when he and his official family pulled every string ing the legislature to defeat a move get a full and complete Investigation of these charges as they should be In- under oath and The LaFollette Progressive senator teid that the governor should call a session of the then give him an opportunity to get behind a move for an not alone of this charge but of others equally he the facts can be determined under Blaine is asking mp to do what he himself should tor of trying to hide he should have been peeking The night before a. vote on the resolution for a senate four or five members of the Executive's official family were Inc In the senate and using sible influence to defeat the The whose votes killed the later were given state CHARGE H. J. of addressing the Day tor club here Tuesday j Gov. with trickery the legislative tax and then of economy public ex- ire the j farmers from is Thie denunciation by a. T-i Follette legislator 5s considered tlie first gun in a bolt of Gov. term er John Dahl and other high up soon Join In It Is vras common talk In the that the did not s tar biH passed this that It was s good talking point and a getter for next MAKES SENSATIONAL CHARGE He sensational charge have been locked up In by public officials Ji the assorted that Gov. his private lobbied Investigation of alleged at noted that scone senators voted to Wll tax have teen appointed to Politicians hero see In the speech nade by Senator H. J. of a Program With Fundamental Discussions Is Arranged For Aug. 9 Extent to which the farmer is in making a profit from his business as compared with the city business man will be determined in part through the topics which are to be taken up at the of the farm discussion meetings the ry Leppla town of Thursday Aug. 9. The program with three primary subjects was prepared by a committee at a meeting at the farm Tuesday Those who attended were Herman Ihde of W. G. Jamison and R. and John J. Dr. D. O. the fifth was unable to be CAFETERIA SUPPER This meeting will be conducted like the initial gathering last ers and city men are take their j and a basket Supper will be served on the 7 o'clock in cafeteria style and the meeting In the air will D. K. district attorney of 4Vinnebago-co. and a man well versed on farm both from practical and with farming Mobbed Time N. of t he Marine Transport sion of the I. W. W. opposite the United States line piers was mobbed a second time Tuesday and its flaming red flag torn down by a crowd of citi who objected to the flying of the Communist symbol without the Stars and Stripes alongside the usual Mussolini Watches In America U. S. GRAIN CORPORATION URGED BY CONGRESSMAN N. President Harding cannot be Induced to call a special highways IS and 39 sion of congress the chances of j obtaining any kind of wheat RAY Rill at DH I ILL SINCE JULY 28, DIES is to speak on the Is Farming on a Paying Basis at the Present If why DISCUSS MARKETING The other proposed speakers have not Obtain their The committee wants either Dr. D. O. Kinsman or Judson G. Rosebush of to speak on tho Does Prosperity in the Rural Community Compare with that of the The third topic Is to be and the committee hopes to secure Frank manager of the Wisconsin Cheese federation at Plymouth as the man to present it. Much was said in discussions last week about the need of marketing and some ideas are expected to be gained from plan of selling cheese through marketing body which Is Italian Of United Italy Should Close To Combat BY DAVID LAWRENCE Special Cable Dispatch to cent Copyright 1923 by the Post Pub. Co. Mussolini Tuesday I discussed with extraordinary friends of j ress the question of whether the cist organizations In America should J. M. Davis Accepts Proffer Of Democrats 1924 Nomination j presidential the governor refrained from commenting to ay great was on his way Wednesday to Kansas City after two cays in Chicago on state While asserting he had no be encouraged or In an exclusive interview with this the Italian premier said emphatically that rather than in. cur the opposition of public opinion in the governor indicated he would usc nls Influence to would gladly accept any position abolished those which he could be of service to which sprung up among including the presidency Italian residents in the United that since his fellow Democrats I But he was not sure il would Kansas had made him their first he was their have no political governor he thinks some 1 virile force should be at work con- I Italian emigrants to prevent their falling to the The governor expressed himself ot Communists The defined as the street of the opposed to fixing of prices for the have agressive cheese It Is the plan of the committee to have the speakers present their sub- and to follow each talk with a The meeting will confine itself to these three topics so that the discussion will not become and In order to accomplish as much j as possible In the time The Leppla farm is located at familiarly known as f It is in the town of at the point where state trunk the farmer can have a definite in occupies the dual position price fixed on his product why the Italian government the baker and and and actual of tnc favored in similar manner he al wnich has a 5rand council am against class at the regular session will Congressman George M. of Valley declared in an address delivered here Wednesday be- By Associated Press fore the statewide of Green A. 74.1 Aug. 7 to Aug. 9 like the Republican or national committees in the United It consists of about j twenty five including the cabinet AMERICAN BRANCHES grand said Mussolini to the writer just been meeting consider whether the organization Jn America should continued The Italian government that If any political taint or suspicion Is attached to these bodies ers association will convene at should be But I hope POster for Its annual session the American people will State Shoe Cut In Valuations Will Not Sub- Reduce Freight Rates By Press fanners ing a remedy for economic ills are likely to Impose upon the entire try legislative policies permanent In their destructive said Charles assistant to the chairman of the westera committee on Public speaking day before the convention of the tional of Tea and Coffee are precedents In Mr. Billion that men sometimes start movements very difficult to movements whose results are different than had been expected or and wholly be- yond their Intellectual power to con- In this class Is the tion of certain forces supported by the farmers and some labor tions to demand a reduction of eight or ten billion dollars in railroad ations with the belief that the rates may thereby be lowered still PRICE GAUGED BY COSTS Railroad Mr. Dillion are not likely soon to be further reduced while the costs of not only upon railroads but in all the basic continue costs of operating the roads continue to through no art or fault of the it is not practicable to reduce freight rates because wheat prices Such a plan of rate-making cannot be adopted unless the roads are ed to increase their fates prices go No farmer will ever grow rich even prosperous by fighting the railroads or following false so-called champions of have farmers this state of mind have impression roads are rolling In money while the farmers down railroad valuations will never substantially reduce Even if valuation should be re- by billion dollars this would make possible a reduction of only five to six per cent In while it would reduce the net return of the railroads to 37 per cent. This would bring bankruptcy for the and that happens the whole business structure of the nation will feel the There Is no more influence to create a Medics Relax As Condition Grows Better BITTER FIGHT IN FIELD TRIAL Seeks To Prove Mulatto Secured Gun In Home After Arrest By Associated Press of Prosecutor Stanton to induce additional mony to prove that John L. armed himself with a calibre auto- matic pistol before he started on his trip to the police station with Patrol man Griffin on May 11, featured the Whitfield murder The defense bitterly fought Stanton's efforts to bring this testimony out through placing Detective Harry Brown on the stand to tell the story Mrs. Mary wife of the ac might have told had she not The argument was still under way at the noon Brown is expected to repeat to the statement said to have been made to him by Mrs. shortly after Grifiin was in which she is alleged to have said her husband tHrust a pistol in his pocket when he stepped into her bedroom to bid her good bye after being arrested by fin. The statement is said to have in. eluded Mrs. do anything you'll sorry and can't get away with that Idaho Senator Agrees With Harding On World Court Idea By Associated Press of Wisconsin are preparing to attack the new state bank tax enacted by the 1323 according to their announced In- A court review of the statute IP looked for during the next few following filed by the of their National banks hold the act and the state banks that It is The objections set out that assessment and the law under which it purports to bo made are in violation of the provisions of the re- vised statutes of the United States and void as to national and ore therefore discriminatory and a denial of equal protection of the law as to slato By Associated Press Twin of the Russian Soviet government was characterized as an indispensable tor in the establishment of peace in Europe by United Senator liam E. In an address Tuesday The senator also urged a world for he ought to be modeled after the preme court of the United Declaring he was glad to agree with President Harding when the president agrees with tor Borah asserted that tho chief ex- marked the way for of the world manent international President Is Extremely Cheerful Upon Awakening After Refreshing Sleep NUNS LIGHT VIGIL Party Will Return Direct To Washington When Health Permits Presidential Palace San Francisco An informal statement issued at 8 A. M. Wednesday by Brigadier General Charles S. E. the president's personal said Mr. Harding had spent very restful and his pulse that hour was 114; temperature 99, and respiration 40. Thete figures represented decreases In the pulse rate and as compared with the last previous the pulse rate being less by and the temperature one and tenths degrees The respiration rate given in each bulletin was the At 5 o'clock Wednesday President struggling with an illness which last Sunday caused of plans for his western Presidential ace San cial statement issued at A. M. Wednesday by the five doctors at- tending President said Mr. Harding still was but maintains his normal buoy ancy of At that the chief to breathing with less and there was but little The statement president is fairly able this morning after a few hours of His breathing is less bored and there is but little The lung condition is about the same as He is still much exhausted but maintains his normal buoyancy of Small amounts of food are being taken regularly and there is regular and is 114, j respiration 30. progress is I being every care is necessary to assure freedom from further S. M. Lyman M. T. Boons M. FIVE SENATORS SAIL FOR CONFERENCE AT GENEVA New steamship George Washington soils Wednesday with five United States senators who will attend the sessions of the Parliamentary union at In the group are Senators of of of Robinson of Ar- and Swanson of j president of the Green Bay and More than 500 delegates are there is no connection between i organizations and the Italian conference called to railroad died at his home j to register at the convention for in America the j early Wednesday alter being j at the Hotel government is represented only by resolutions favoring a revival of the United States Grain coloration as tbe best means of saving of since July 2S. Mr. formerly managing head of the St. Louis and Hannibal railway j Congressman declared an j In here In 1S55 as vice exists and the time Is at hand and general manager of the when speedy and definite action te taken by congress to stabilise the of system which headed until the time of his He Is survived by his and a Elaborate entertainment Prince In Howard Campbell Buys Waverly For are being There be 6" the who now isj booths displays open Jo attended our and made the visitors In various rooms of jn opposition to the of the j that Is all over hold during the August 8. the an j of the societies in the banquet will be hrid at the hold J. of Dollar Day Sales Close Cooperative Bargain Week Appleton people wish they in Germany with a pocketful of good American dollars to do shopping bo able to make their silver cartwheels go almost far In their home town on Saturday when Appleton merchants their dollar day These two big sales events are to be the climax of the cooperative bargain week which started last and next A special Dollar Day Edition of the will on containing great array of special burs which merchants arc offering for a of merchandise that under normal conditions cost several on and Saturday single Dollar Days have been big buying Tor for two or three They have extracted wide and large to the of the merchants In the bargain aiso are together In tha Dollar Bay wni be the Among speakers at the men's convention be Burt Hams of T. K. Saw B. Davis of Walter Booth of F. B Kiss of Senator Mor and Herry of C whether an local Matus America At this point convention Tdn be opened lhc cu ny of i J. B. Inc only to combat the economic of Communists who work Italians in This to the welfare of Is to the rest of the the inquired organizations ABOLISH LAND DEPARTMENT OF RAILWAY economic doctrines being ely that they had arisen In any connection with the government and intended as a manifestation of In 1 the Italians in America I xt M authorities to abolish 3anl obedient to the Jaws ot of the railway and to take all oM These c the and that they should bwt citizens In Ameri arn to note that many become Americans are beginning to under on Page known resorts eastern was sold Tuesday afternoon by Joan Is estimated that at least 1.- haxe visited 500.000 during Mr. ownership and to Howard j more than 1.200.009 number during the last ten or of the hotel on Mr. Campbell took possession of property Wednesday The which includes about ten acres I a tiad had six hours of was de- scribed as tho best sleep his ness There was a report that the dent had roused a few minutes and then dropped off to again but there was nothing to this and the actions of those attending him gave no clues to Its presidential suite as quiet as at any time since not having been disturbed for some minutes by even the opening of a door or the cautious foot fall of the on night Lieutenant Com- mander Joel T. Secretary Work of the of the physicians in attendance on the was of the first to enter the sick chamber early After a few minutes he returned the corridors to his con- versing with those who Inquired con- the chief Is nothing to add to the statement General Sawyer has given Secretary Work addles that every symptom in the case ed to most pleasing progress on the part of the IN WEEK There was an understanding among members of Use presidential party that the chief and Mrs. would return direct to San Francisco as soon as would give permission Thousands of have been ex- 1 for the of dance living quarters lor em- modem and much park route east was to via from cago to Soros of Tuesday Indicated their It sold for 5Ir. will remain at the beach ths end of wJU jro to Ivos Angeles a He aspects lo re turn to Appleton nest to assist Mr. Campbell in and Jn ago much of She a marsh but It bay been in until it 1s levl and dry Crowds of from I five to ten people for his con- on accommodated many This to time 1nc Mr Jr on the southern has Secretary Christian to i sort well at night as In ting thoroughly started in new Ill's venture His and remain here Until the 1 awe Mrs of the which prompted the of to Mr. Harding chief CMI talked to about such but It cT and managing the She been 111 for no possibility that Mr plans to to Incidental to officials have to of overland continue in The new owner said there will be route oast and have that no change in policy at the Mr. trip way intends to along the running at Mr. purchased property I lines which made the property sue nnd probably at 35 from Mrs. Peter under Mr. sights m order that and in that time has built up a. on 121.