Appleton Post-Crescent (Newspaper) - August 2, 1928, Appleton, Wisconsin Two APPLETON August 2, 192S This Date ID American History SEVEN NEW MEMBERS IN STATE SENATE FOB 1929 SESSION Six Republicans and a ist Not After Filing Shows the gavel of the calls the house of the 1929 legislature to order next there will be at least seven faces of members appropriated to complete Washington AIGUST 2 Hudson Hudson Bay and it Pacific j tailed j from Barton on its steamboat arrived at St. cable broke when 1312 miles were gaming their duties as This became apparent deadline for Sling papers Art at midnight found six slate inducing who bare played a prominent part in the those who had definitely indicated re- from legislative halls by failing to seek The fix a are Alex Ruffing who sat in the assembly for eight years being elected in 1956 to nil the term of seph from the Sixth John B. Cha 01 ing the Second Progressive leader the past two W. A. of Fond da of thi John of the Fourteenth W. of the prominent dirt farmer and Herman T. Eau of the Twenty-eight rnd Harry B. of the PICK 16 SENATORS the plan of four terms for members of the state in- stead of two years for which assembly men are elected only 16 senators are chosen this With exception of the seven the are seeking and all face a in the The only man without opposition in the Republican columns is Peter J. of Eau former members of the board of normal by the Progressives to his Mr. The senators again seeking favor j Of the voters are Oscar Association paid for Millet's famous State Senator Herman E. ALDERMEN SUSTAIN MAYOR'S VETO OF PROPOSED SUBWAY Five Aldermen Agree City's Chief That City not Afford Work Now Members of city council sustained Mayor A- C. veto of the 6 to 5. Alderman Voct was Nice votes were to override the LETTER GOLF THESE PUZZLING STYLES STYLE is liable to be these days and combined with SPORT j becomes a tricky par four golf One solution is on page 9.I Action on the mayor's veto was the most wanted act of the brief council the various ward doffed their coats and rolled up their they listened with little interest to the various com- reports and none of boygan Otto A. which were Harry I sooner had Carl W. Port Twenty-second and Assemblyman Conrad Shearer and Edward J. city read notice of the veto than Alderman Fifth jumped to his feet and moved that it be n. Alderman C. D. r and save views why the work S should be allowed to stating and at the same time that he did not ex- the proposition to carry over the j Walter J. veto j Others who made short talks on Twenty-fourth ELKS CLUB NAMES 10 DELEGATES TO STATE CONVENTION Band and Big Delegation of Members Win Make Trip to Oshkosh j W. C. Sarto ward James H. J. F. j J. T. J. C. O. F. N. Belanger Kurt were selected as to represent the local Elk lodge at the 1928 state Elks noa at Aug. S. 9 and 10, at the meeting of the THE RULES of letter golf is to change one word to another and do officers Wednesday night at the local in a given number of i Plans also were made to send Thus to change COW to Elks band to the convention to three HEW i compete with others of the I Extensive preparations also are be- can chaace only one i made to send a large delegation of at a I members along with the The must have a complete j Oshkosh lodge has asked all lodges of common for each the to send the largest Slang words and domination possible in an effort to make convention the largest ever held in order of letters cannot be j Glenn D. and T. Xo Democratic Twenty-eighth Claire and Peter J. Eau W. F. Chipewa Thirteenth Marinette and State ator J. A. Elmer and James James A. Joseph Thirty-second La and State Senator V. S. and E. E. Peter SPLIT TICKETS Candidates for the assembly who H Morris I with the secretary of state be- Harry B. Waiter S. River Herman E. Sheboygan E. J. William L. Jr. An and V. S. KeppeL Several assemblymen and former members of the larger legislative body have joined the race for seats in Contests in the Democratic ranks developed in the Eighth and Outside of the kee no Socialists are ing senate and no opposition developed to the candidacies of as former in the or to Marie K. Whitnall Miss er with Rose seeking the Democratic nomination in the Sixth and Fay who pires to the Republican nomination In the are the only ing senate THE LINEUP The lineup in ie as Second district and Francis L. Oreen and Elmer S. John A- De Fourth district State Senator Oscar H. Joseph Otto R. Marrie K. Re- Maurice M. ence W. Otto crat Rose Horwitz and Adolph Thomas M. State Senator Harrry B. len J. Oscar Hartung and Fay T. D. Fleming and Joseph Pierce and cause their districts are composed of more than one county are as Adams and George Assemblyman R. B. Charles Buffalo and Arthur and H. A. no Democratic Burnett and Assemblyman L. L. James A Forest and Re- Assemblyman J. D. Argonne and S- J. Willis Herman Green Lake and can. Assemblyman George Hancock and L. T. liam G. Iron and Charles L. and H. 41. Xo Democratic Rusk and liam B. I. W. and E. S. liam St. State Senator Walter L. River Ethan B. Xew C. River and S. No Rusk and State Senator J. H- Carroll J. At Assemblyman Bernard F. Ashland and A. C. liam G. and Mark blyman Anton no Democratic Sixteenth Vernon and State Senator E. J. Otto F. no Democratic Eighteenth du shara and Green L. F. Fond du Assemblyman Math Fond du Dr. J. Fond dn and THANKS COUNCIL FOR CONVENTION TRIP Chief of Police George T. Prim learned many things that will aid him in riming down at the tional convention of police chiefs at Colorado a letter of thanks to the the city read at the meeting Among subjects discussed were auto use of chemicals in capturing barricaded criminals and identification by means ol finger RELIEF FROM CURSE OF CONSTIPATION A Battle Creek physician is responsible for more misery than any other But immediate relief has been A tablet called lies has been This tablet attracts water from the system into the evacuating bowel called the The water loosens the dry food waste and causes a natural movement without forming a habit or ever increasing the Stop suffering frora Chew a Rexall at day Get 24 for 25c today at the nearest Rexall Drug adv. OPEN FRIDAY EVENINGS Shoe Specials For Friday and Saturday Special 3 Values to Oxfords and Strap Patterns in Red Honey Biege Kid and White 310 W. College Ave. 2 Doors West of Ford Oarage subject were Aldermen Mike First Me i Gillan Fourth and Fifth The final vote showed and supporting the Very little other business came be- fore the There was the usual number of requests for street repairs and street among a petition from residents of the village of Grand Chute asking that city water be made available for The matter of making repairs to the S. bridge came up for dis- cussion and it was finally decided to advertise for bids for repairing the second a report of the street and dge committee and an engineer showing that section to be in bad Some aldermen thought the con- struction company that built the dam could be held responsible for the age but it was decided to advertise for bids and go ahead with the repairs and conduct an investigation as the cause It was pointed out that the work was necessary at once and that any delay might prove costly in the Work at this time also was deemed advisable because of the fact that the water is low and that job would be easier than if it became to build cofferdams around the weakened The only other action taken by the council was to allow a claim of recommended by the judiciary to George for damages to his automobile as a result of striking a For the convenience of our customers store will be open on Saturday J. C. Penney HARVARD OARSMEN LOSE TO GERMANS All plans for the convention have been made and slated on the program widely known speakers who have addresses at state i tions all over the The en- 1 committee claims its gram is the best ever arranged for a state SUGGESTS COOLIDGE COME TO APPLETON TO HEAR BAND If Freak ent to tbt 120th Field Artillery it- much cheaper to brine him here than to talte the to cap- ital C. D. Thompson told dty council at meeting The subject was brought up by Mayor A. 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