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Waterloo Evening Courier (Newspaper) - August 23, 1919, Waterloo, Iowa The street nale price In Waterloo of this edition of the Courier Is THREE CENTS Newshovs arc all supplied with change an1 buyers arc asked tu insist UJHHI paying only the advertised price j AND WATERLOO DAILY REPORTER WEATHER FORECAST AIJK Partly tonight util Sunday probably wild s no WITS in iKirlljn somewhat cooler SJinJyy and in north west IoriliiM lili tonight Courier Entabllsbcd 1858 1868 ASSOCIATED PRESS LKASED WATERLOO 10 W A S A T I It 1 AY A I C S T 2 I 1 S I X T 10 K N 1 A I K S MOMZ XSITZOV xnua HOOK nro ESCAP PBT OF COUPLES Til J Row Between One Pair Shortly Before Husbands Tragic Death Given on Stand WITNESS KEPT COMPANY WITH WOMAN SUSPECTED When Latter Went to Chicago Girl Prompted to SayHer Trip Was to Hammond Danville 111 Aug tons from the past lives of Mr and Mrs Walter Whisman and Mr and Mry Charles Holtz were brought from their closets yesterday at the preliminary hearing of the two women charged with the murder of AYulter J WhiKinan at the HolU homo the night of Aug D The entire day was taken up with testimony the hearing being held in tlucircuit courtroom in stead of in the justice court of A M Parks in order to accommodate the late crowd in attendance The forenoon was taken up with the hearing of witnesses who had testilied at the coroners inquest andlittle new was brought out un til late in the afternoon Tells of Family I5nv One of the new witnesses was W A Parker former Danville man now of Columbus Intl He told of an altercation between Whisniau and his wife at the interurban sta tion in Danville on the Friday night preceding the murder He told of Whisman and his wife meeting that Whisman spoke rather rough ly that thej appeared to be quar reling and that Whisman caught her by the shoulders and shook her so hard her hat was jolted off Mrs Whisman and Parker both boarded an interurban car occupy ing the same seat States Attorney Lewman attempted to show that Mrs Whisman had stated she was tired of her husband and wanted to pet rid of him Parker stated he heard no such statement from her but that he did hear Whisman say he was all thru with her Parker whose wife died last March ad mitted having taken Mrs Whit man into the country for dinner having been at picture shows many times with her and without Mr Whisman He also told of having been on a trip and meeting Mrs Whisman in West Lebanon Ind Typist on Stand Miss Dolly Barton another new witness testified that she had worked one day in Mrs Whismans place as stenographer for the Bur roughs Adding Machine company office in Danville while Mrs Whis man had gone to Chicago This she said was on Aug 4 five days i before the murder She said before going to work she had forgotten where the place was and called Mrs HoHz over the telephone to find out Mrs Holtz told her and also slid if Whisman returned and asked where Mrs Whisman was to fell him his wife was visiting in Hammond Ind The girl also told of Mrs Holtz coming to her home which is less than a block from the Hqltz resi dence and saying she wished to show them where Mr Holtz had kicked her Mrs Holtz then ex hibited a bruised place on her hip This the girl said had taken place a year ago Mrs on Stand Mrs Holtz was the first witness placed on the stand for the defense after the state had rested its case She told in substance the same story she has clung to from the first that the deed was committed by burglars The long strain to which Mrs Holtz has been subject ed was beginning to tell on her She appeared pale and worn and a continuous twitching of the mouth was noticeable During the crossexamination of Mrs Holtz the attorneys engaged in many heated arguments attor neys for the defense saying the states attorney was Questioning her in that manner merely to get a big story in the newspapers At this juncture Mrs Holtz turning to the newspaper men said I thought there had been enough in the newspapers already Charles the husband fol lowed Mrs Holtz on the stand He was unable to appear at the coro ners inquest Friday hut was able to be present today When he en tered the courtroom he was affec tionately greeted by both Mrs Whisman and Mrs Holtz He told practically the same story that he had told at the coroners inquest Policewomen of YWCAAskcdby CzechoSlovakia New York Aug Four women of the Young Womens Christian association have been asked to heroine tlie first police women of CzeehoSlovakia This request was received today by the overseas committee of the organization from the com missioner of police at Prague The women are wanted for so cial service work U S Army Fliers Held by Bandits in Mexico Now Free After Payment Lodge Suggestion to Relations Committee Gets All G 0 P Votes but McCumbers CAPITAL OVER CARRANZA OIL SEIZURES WITH POLAND is REQUESTED OF PRESIDENT By the Associated Jrcspj Washington D C Au I Officials here are somewhat disturb it was learned today by an ap parent determination on the part jot Carranza and his official advls jcrs in Mexico City to confiscate the loil property of foreigners including i Americans in spiie of the protests i lodged with the Mexican govern imcnl by all the nations whose na jtionals have investment in Mexico Mexicans Ior toiwt Solution Two public declarations by Mex jicans close io Carranza have ex I pressed the presidents stand on jthis matter which public opinion official and unofficial alike except the Carranzistas have declar ed to be vital Tnc opinion of all classes in Mexico as reported in ithe Mexico City papers and trans I milled to the slate department is for a prompt and correct settlement of the petroleum question which been declared to be the key to i relations between the United States land Mexico I Newspapers and citizen es jpecially those of the educated class according to reports to the slate de partment urge that because of the recognized danger of intervention Mexico can at least protect foreign investments even if she can not the murder of foreign citizens Foreign Necessary I Rhine Occupation Protocol and other Papers Should Have Been Had Weeks BULLETIN TOIAY nun nos 8 i IhiluMphiii nun niL oon X 1 King LlUliie mid Mra ws and cr Impires1 iiicago UIK fiii i 1 KEEPS UP iYou Must Prove Liquor Dealt Kind That Makes People Woozy Court Ruling Huston Vaughn and Killifcr Canriy and Wilson Mdnrmick and Harrison Allies Teut But Mountain Fastnesses Gulf Fleeing Band of Kidnapers American Troops Seek CHICAGO JUDGE LETS GO l Restitution for HOWSE FROM OVERSEAS ACCUSED JNjSIMILAR CASE Mines ASSIGNED T0 FORT BLISS Effort to Pay Outlaws Money Matlack Held Out Will Be Didnt Give Us Time to Have Stuff Analyzed Plaint of the Prosecutor Voices 1 By ihc AtsociiHtccI rrpss Washington 0 C Aug By a vote of nine to eight the te foreicn relations committee adopted an amendment to the peace i treaty by which German rights in Shaniung province China would go ito China instead of Japan All the Democratic members and Senator McCumber North Dakota voted against the was bought for Lieut Davis wis rescued by apt Mati hick of be Kighth cavalry who wenl unaccompanied tn the bandit j i Chairman Lodge offered the rendezvous and brought about the relonsn of both aviators Me paid pmendmeiit under which the word i for the release of Lieut Peterson but outwitted Ihe bandits in the deal would be stricken from for Lieut Davis freedom Mhe Shantung sections of the ireatyi UOMI M C PolPrson of llutchin son Minn and Lieut Ianl II Davj ii of Si rat hinorp Cal American army who were captured by a bam of Mexican bandits and held for lriuno ransom are safe on Kclublicani the United Sillies side of HIP Mexican bonier Lieut Petersons free ffly Ilir ii oil IITHF AIIJJ tixlny hol lies of IXMT Mljll lO IIMlllill per cent alcohol which had IIPOII sliipptvl from KciTioslui mi a pIcaMinymht lo a Chicago saloonkeeper taken nil for lie iiriost of Ihc captain of tlir yiichl uiifl iiioiiilMrs of lis and ThoiiiMs YotinK Ihcsn llv hr AspuUvUl PICSH Paris Any Huvns according l iracliini he bureau of indus trial reconstruct ion rr tnriKNl to Ions of nutlorial taken ho mir A similar is lteiiK loaded for shipment Thrco liundivd thousand pieces of French machinery It is said alroiuly luivo been identi fied in irrinnnv POLES INTERRUPT SILESIA PARLEY ALLIES WILL ACT isources because Mexicans nave not ithe capital to put into the exten sive enterprises and would not in i vest it if thev had it iand the word China substituted Want Treaty With Iolaml i The committee also instructed j Chairman Lodge to request Presi ident Wilson to send the senate the treaty between the United Stales and Poland signed June 2S at Yer sailles and such information as ho ihas regarding the treaties now un jder negatiations with Austria Bul igaria and Turkey Without taking jup any other proposed amendments to the treaty with Germany the com By the Associated Press j mittcc udjoirriieduntil Monday Berlin Kriday Aug 22 An inj Debate is Not Jxjnjrthy jtcrallied mission will leave ihis cilvj aken without1 for Upper Silesia wilhin M hoursj shortly after theirm Polish commission which its work onllos Dccn conferring with German under a plan to report officials will return Iho senate if possible VVSAV al1fl nKkc a repoiT i Ibis new development was the After the meeting Chairman qutconieof precipitate action by the j Paris Aug supreme council has decided lo send two i more notes to the German ddlogii Ition at Versailles Tlie first will jnsk thai restitution be made to the JugoSlav government for Ihe Con Incaso Aug 2r A Mariison ormiins Wis special to the Triln says 1j lho vvllr exploited The Heers and wines that are nonmj pom wil nllko it clear there foxicaling may be sold n be br nn of the Ircaly of ern Icdenil distncl of Wisconsin and it will be for the prosecuting rttorney lo prove before a jury in each case that the liquor consumed Made Dickman Says By the Associated Press 1 CjiIrxioo Cat Aug 23 Two hundred Mexican cavalry men working undor the direc tion of Barane arc con linuiiifC today a ncarcli in the northern portion of Cal iforniii for Mcuts Connelly and VVatcrhousc American army who have been nussfnj since Tuesday know to wm If BoiieS Ale Human j plans of leaders for quick action Triple Murder Seen Poles who on Wednesday cd negotiations with claiming the Upper Silesian situa tion was such that further dlibcni Maple Hill Kan Aug Two dozen small pieces of bone un earthed late yesterday on premises formerly occupied by Kufus jiving who is in jail at Topcka on charges of murder in connection withthe mysterious disappearance of three persons here several years ago were to be subjected to analy sis today to determine whether they were those of a human being Meantime state officials said further digging would he done about the former King property i The charges against King are based upon the finding on tnc prop ierty of three skelelons partly iden tified the authorities believe as of the missing persons extent the request for more infor i mation might interfere with the plans of leaders for quick action on Ihe Versailles treaty and declinUons were npossible led to predict when the committee j would be able to report to the ate He said that while there was j inloxieal inp Tliis is the i Iecl of a decision rendered by Fod cral Judge A b San horn Tho United States district attorney will appeal but moan lime there will be further prosecutions Didnt AlltiSe it IntoxiratiiiR Charges filed against six saloon peace with Germany TOURISTSFLEE FOREST FIRES IN GLACIER PARK Bv the Associated Devils Lake N D Aug report reached here today that the i C Aug 2S The McxiesLti chamber of ileputies in swrot meeting yes lorday afternoon defeated a rnsnlution to appoint u com mittee to cooperate with Pres ident Gnrranyji tlie senate and lie court in forming a on intcrnntional ques tions according to advices reaching here The senate passed a resolu tion instructing the commit w on foreifrn relations to in vestiKate cause and character of he international crisis and to make icconuuendations jate He said that while there was a movement in the committee for a report next week he had never ex pressed any oninion as to whether1 action then would be possible I01 Karly lleport i The committee the chairman j said was making every effort to i i each a report as soon as practin able but had been hampered be nf VI Packers He Stales But Raps Regulation of Ally Help but General Pleads They Unite Ky the Associated press Washington D C AUK James A Henderson Morgan Uiah canning man who said he was both i a comnetilor of Ihe fun big packers i i 1 cause it had been compelled to get alu Of sunnlfor nroiiuis H lhc l h information here and mere which IroluUly see a cnsis in iheaf Uhould have been in its hands ctmniUee todav ngulilnirs lhc government weeks ago Besides the Pol ti0n proposed in tin Kenyon bill treaty and the information for the packing industry was IMI the others under negotiation necessary and tlangerous isenUai to intelligent discussion of the treaty provisons mis The motion io ask for the addi dent Miona information was said to have in jmet no objection Because of that failure motions where an American camp has to quash the charges were granted Rla7x in Park established it was announced to today by the judsf who rendered st paul Aug 2Persons arcav trails are not considered IthP following decision riving here williin Ihe past S4 i however and as the bandits I think HIP plain purpose of hours from Glacier Park declared nave reached the mountain fast congross in the act of 1018 was tothis afternoon that several tires nesses it is feared they nave es ironsorvo be of the nalwere burning in the park when they j taped ition by prcvenliifg intoxication or left One fire of considerable pro US Picks New Border Chief ili unkenness and that the word portions was in the timber near Washington D C Aug beerin the statute means only such Two Medicine camp and a smaller Maj Gen Robert L Howse who 0 aw iiclualiy is intoxicaling 1 conflagration could easily be seen has just returned to the United rOrCGS opllt Dy LaCK am satisfied that the better reason from Glacier Park station Great states from France where he coni ing is that used by the judges of j Northern railroad headciuarters manded one of the regular divi ircuit in New York The hero had no new information has been ordered to proceed garding the fires it was announced immediately to Fort Bliss Texas to fake command of the El Paso border district Carranza Federals Aid Chase Marfa Tex Aug forces of troops Carranza federals operating far to the south and American cavalry further north to day are operating in the Conches river region of Mexico in an en deavor to clear that section of bandits who precipitated an expedi tion into the southern republic by kidnaping and holding for ransom two American army aviators Five known dead bandits was the net result of the expedition at the beginning of the fifth day of op eration below the border progress in the pur jsuit of outlaws was expected today yesterdays chase having been largely delayed by dispatch of sup plies and forage to the American isoldiers Maj Gen Joseph T Dickman commander of the southern depart fRy Afsnciutcd Press Washington D C Aug Ambassador Morris who was sent by the stale department from Tokio to Omsk lo report on conditions in has advised the govern t he second cir motion to quash is granted Musi Thoy Jive This does not mean thai Judge iianborn lias determined lhat cent beer is not intoxicating said U W Jackman attorney for the wets That question was not before the court That is a mailer ot fnci to be passed upon by a jury in is they may arise Slcullis Ciinl Trap Sellers Chicago Aug i Saloonkeep ers are made practically immune from prosecution for selling whisky Ambassador Morns in his re according lo a ruling given yeslcr t learned today asserts j day by Judge Hugh R Stewart in jtne committee voted to ask for copi Monopoly ought to br lhi11 Admiral Kolchak has bad to ho South Clark street court in the ies of the protocol regarding tbei Hendersonconceded Senator devote so much attention to tin case of Wolf Silver n Inother of Rhine occupation signed by the bigKenvon Republican Iowa procm military campaign against Ihe Bol George Silver proprietor of the Mafllnn nve powers and Germany on Iuneed the question shevik that he bus been unable to rine bar 30 North Dearborn street i 3 I UU ifi These things the chairman pt mononolv doesnt exist Sanizc sullicicnlly the civil gov Silver was accused of selling n 4 paid he considered ahFOhitely lie added and itdministnition in Siwhisky to two investigators for Ihe UUI thefederal trade coin ena lo kct lho People contented Chicago Law and Order league of ission in a repon to the prcsi lnu nevertheless Kolchak is the which A B Farwell is head Two nt has declared the packers io he for ho ask mfronting policemen witnessed the sale and possession of a monopoly alui llial ls l Question of his the whisky was produced in court I OF POLP CM I Is Jlesi Man 000 for Probe on Papers j Outlook and Conservation Sen Watsons Aims Outing Turns Tragedy Storms Undertow Is Cause of Three Deaths ator Kenvon continued would success or lho triumph of the Bol you wantregulation Analysed n1on D le ueut left last I dont want to expres mv on n Lack of aid from the How do you know this s AS i step lowain me uc after comnlptine an inshpc ion of the commission Ilenderpon allies has been a tremendous whisky asked the judge YOUBasins supply ot American said but Ive had enough oxreri handicap for Kolchak the report say you drank none of it and this vood used in the manuiactuie 01 himself with the details of the ence with their cost investigations states and this has led to friction liquid never was analyzed There is news print paper benator vv atson punitive expedition Before leay of my own business to iosc confii between the miliiarv commanders no proof it is whisky Besides this uepublican Indiana today the general saidan effort would dence iu them of the Kolchak Tones Admiral is a case of entrapment Your a resolution authorizing tne be lo pav tjje bandits the ST Senator Kenyon developed 1hf Kolchak has called on his officers vestigators induced this man lo sell secretary of agriculture to make 500 remaining of the ransom mon i Hendersons experience with the whom he can not replace because bis stuff That is entrapment i survey and preliminary investigaey jor aviators Chicago Aug t be commission had arisen out of of lack of other omjHloni to lead under our laws ition of ihe nations available pulpi Mallut Pairf All latest H C lv scare to the government during she war the armies to sink their differences When Silver WHS discharged wood timber supply The secretary j Childrens schoolbooks are going You lost confidence in hem bo for the of ihc ioiintry mid is Howard Harpel counsel for the leajlso would be directed to make recjp DJVin h 7T to cost more this year But maycause thev found your cost too hinh endeavoring to make a determined cue anounced he would take a nonommendations for pulp wood utili resident Wilson s cabinet is split jbp after Rutheres how it isriat that limo anrtried to cinyour stand on a now lino more than 10U siij in apinst J C Kenration The sum of is OH tollowing ques Chicago Textbooks to Advance Direct Sale to Pupils A im Chicago Aug mothers devotion yesterday cost the life of State Superintendent of Schools receipts Senator Kenyon asked miles from Omsk His forces are ndy West Washington street to earnon the survey and in Flair has informed the Chicago Yes because they put i lower small numbering not more than accused of selling whisky to the instigation hoard of education that the schooltnan did cenified accountant men the ambassador ad ssmo investigators book law of 1P17 is still valid and Tn witness fxnlained that he visnd and their is not Stewart refused to pive the in remain so until bviiarl H flaim with the government idequatr vestigators time to have the liquor KlVort San Felice Clears 3 for 20c Americas niost popular cigar I FOR WEEK Washington T5 C Aug Weather predictions for the week beginning Aug 25 are Region of upper Mississippi f and lower Missouri valleys Normal temperatures general ly fair excppt that occasional showprs and thundprstormB lire probable ing company who was drowned in Michigan at Lakeside Mich in a futile attempt to save her two young sons who also drowned The Shaffners Chicago home is a S4l6 Harper avenue tmlertmv Drags Children Out The wo lads are Alfred aged n and Robert The family had been spending the summer at their country place 18 miles from Mich iigan City Mr Shaffner spent the weekend with his wife and child ren and returned to the city early This week Details of the mothers heroism could not be learned yesterday but it is understood a sudden storm came up while the boys were in bathing A strong undertow swept the tiny forms out to sea Mrs Shaffner hearing their cries rushed to the waters edge and altho fully clothed threw her self into the waves She tner to drag her boys to safety but failed Gramlfalhor Is PnKiraled Charles Shaffner jrriidfrilior of the children and picsident of th Manhattan Brewing ompjiny was prostrated at the news age 12 another son is in hoys i camp in iSmoko Diamond 100 Cigars Good The commission But the publishers claim the cost Competent he asserted of school books has advanced since July inm and that tho 1917 cona sn tract merely unilateral andanr Kenvonsaid can t be enforced n isn FClted vet The matter will be discussed at reiterated the school board meeting next Fri day I cant say now what legal CQf 711 course well have to enforce the 3Ox ifl contract said William A Bilher V hfior chlitlren will assured Presidenf to Minumim of L jn LI 11nuni MJ for os he protected Davis Several publisher announced an intention of increasing price on books and await a court COnUlllOu IM in ing The Atlar School SuppI anri rut companies for the work jn 11 nr i 1 Military authorities in Paris and before There is riiliiiK of the rnmiMil ore however that the BolTnited States Supreme court that are making their last descovers that very point 1 believe perate effort against Ihe Kolchak ondrrson troops and if they tail ibis lime the soviet governincni in Russia wil f ttl IJl UWfiei flVCS collapse Recognition of tho Kolchak gov ernment if it succteds in survivinc the next 30 day has been urged by Ambassador Morris it is under stood To make his recognition bassador has urged that this gov With the professors of ethics who fBv thp Assoclatco New prnmpnt he ready to assist in the wlljn has for S onl P years is the reward given ogdall by Mrs Vesta Bryant tions Was Capt Leonard Matlack jus vimi Sources Ocpoiulwl On Uificcl in bcatins the Mexican bana Senalor Watson warned that Jts out of S oOO of the ransom for nlvypd sid Mr Tarwell AmPriril newspapers are beinguie sid MI i arwpn nlorr alui m0re ropeT1dent upon for eign sources for the rtw materiar from which news print paper isjbecri no authorities to turn made that the raw material is a ruling and it looks as if PresideiU bpin exhausted in the who instructed the senate where ihc domestic industry is concommittee last Tuesday on the dif ceniratcd and mills are moving ferences between moral and a legal from this country 10 Canada while obligation will be called on to ae at the samp time ihc United States cide this moral issue at the meet Otitains forest resources in the ing of the cabinet today northwest and in Alaska that prom One group ot cabinet members abundant supply for many yearscondemns the cheating of the band rnd indefinitely under proper as dishonorable declaring it sprvation if the industry can be reprehensible to break a promise luilt up in these regions madc even to a criminal Ways Ior StimuIaMon Another group of cabinet mem Faithful Tenant Rebate Cedar Aug of the 2 ew York The arnial negotiation of loans for Siber SPrutivrroars is the rewirc 1 Lvrn To stimulatr American producbers contends the breaking of a lition of clearing housr banks I3 government and o rlispajch adivor Vestil Allowing govern promisp Bunder duress riitional armies and munitions and later food and clothing company plan to open a bookshop shows that they hold SSI r opposite all school buildings and serve in deficit of legal v e direct to 1he pupils nients This is a decrease of MfllJ Dl png400 from last WPPK and M Stick to Oinco Its deficit this yerr Thn oth 7 preserve the quality pr was onJune M Vih advprtiicment drawal of balances by interior banks in preparation for the crop movement is the roasrm awignpd for the prpRpni leflcji ownpr of thepronertv in sale ncntai policy siioiiia be carried Then there is a utilitarian school completed this morninc l Rr out of thought maintaining that the ant hap heeni an invalid and unable immediate and adequate govbargain ought to have been earned to visit the farm for a number of ornmental survey of American has been sources in this ficlfl The Courier should be deliv ered at your home before oclock If thru error of the carrier boy or other cause yon rail to receive your paper by that nine plpiFt 1lione and a copy of pappr will be sent Hiorp alls nnist reach this Suporior Wis Aug 2 The appraise Jts value which was thus will be lessened upon and eventuallv An important step toward the adop i qiipstion of abandoning the present set at 3 50 an acre Because of her i wil be not more than equal to thelion of measures tending to pre IAIM o eommlflsion form of city govern tenants fairness toward her durSrowth clashes between Mexico and By the Associate i ment Instituted in 112 for theiing the long term he occupied thei Development as soon as practhe States was taken last Tnmiui Ma Aug Seven forn no submitted to farm Mrs Bryant made him a price ticablc of the industrv in tliPiniBnt when Cabrera secre thousand cigarmakPrr oi Mrikp voters at lho special stte refof per acre total amount northwest and in Maska tary treasury and Rcncral indax lo to work nrondnin Plection Sept 2 The call 5BO000 as against the value of1 regarded as the mouthpiece or They HIP manu issued vpslprdnv following he 584000 mnrle by the committee i Hnlidnv lno Prnsci1 administration said in ia 1irPSS jntorview that the Mexican offor f a IT per cent Intiling of a petition wilh more thanlThp farm is in niack Hawk town1 in wages Iho rnfiitirod number of ship The brand t lnt equals Butter advertisement tCONTINLlJi ON PAGE
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