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   Chillicothe Weekly Constitution (Newspaper) - April 3, 1919, Chillicothe, Missouri                             ic J VOLUME XXXL 8 UNITED PRESS SERVICE BY WIItE MISSOURI APRIL BfSrjJ GENERAL STRIKE IS SPREADING SOLDIERS UTILIZED TO SKIUOUS QUELL MEADVftLEMAN EXPOSES GRAFT LAND SWJNDLLVO CONCERN OP ERATING IV Hart Already ScrnpiHl in One Hundred Thousand Dollars in and Kansas April office inspectors and Kansas City fed eral authorities have uncovered levy of on the valua Spartacuns Relieved to Bo 1rcparliig For a Third Revolu tion April The general strike spreading thruout Clashes have occurred between work men and troops In various cities re sulting In Indications are growing that the uprisings are in spired by the Spartacans who ara be lieved to be employing these disturb ances to weaken the governments preparations to flght a third revolu The government has proclaimed a state of solgo In the whole Rhine land miners on strike The situation In that region endangers food shipments and tho coal supply and may even effect the payment of tho allied army of oc During riots in Frankfurt mobs several food Throe persons were killed and First evidence of tlve fraud was ob woundod by rifle and machine gun tainod when of Government troops now control I who owned a farm I VICTORYFOR SCHOOL LEVIES IT WAS A CLOSE CALL FOR THE SECOND ONE The Unofllclnl Count Gives Only 13 Majority Levy Canled With The school lovJos wore victorious at the election The regu realty swindle in Missouri and which they estimate in volves nioro than Evidence of the which consisted large ly of speculations in forged titles to farm has been received by the postoffice authorities since the arrest two weeks ago of a man at mi id to tho Tho man under according to the is Perry a realty dealer of lion had a majority of 40 while tho GRANTED DECREE TO PETITIONERS GRAND RIVER DRAINAGE DIS TRICT TO UE INCORPORATED Down Decision Most Import ant Case A decree of incorporation of the Grand River Drainage District was granted lu tho Livingston countycir cuit court Wednesday by Judge Cooley of who special levy 50 cents on the sitting as special Judge In the Tho case was taken up this from an adjourned term of valuation for improvements and furn ishings had the small majority of 12 j March 14 at which time practically Tho total vote cast In the city was all the evidence In tho case was sub 698 which Is the largest vote polled ut a school In The largo Is believed to have been caused by the race for county superintendent of schools be tween Jordan and FloydThomp who maintains a suite of elaborate Tho vote in tho city on conunis office rooms there and lives In a mag1 slouer was as follows j The next step In the nlflcent He was released on giving Jordan a ma bond nt Louis shortly af ter his jorlty of 316 in the The case was argued by both sides this morning and after hearing the argument the court Ina well exr pressed opinion rendered the peti tioners a degree of The district involves approximately movement will be to call a meeting of the land owners for the purpose of electing the Many persons were killed and wounded in fights with soldiers at Wurttemburg has Joined tho genera At Stuttgart the bonrgoiselo have started a counter In Fluey valued ut learned her property had been sold and a deed The alleged colved by tho county clerk who will purchaser of her land was given as canvass tho At three oclock this afternoon board of who it is as thore wore 02 school districts to will lend assistance In the se heard from and therefore It is imposj lection of a competent drainage engl siblo to toll who IB tho successful can It probably will bo Friday before the complete returns are re completely paralyzing the April Copenhagen dis patch to LeMalin declared today a general strike has been proclaimed She had made no such I transfer and pronounced the deed an outright j Immediately after tho discovery of tlio fraudulent of discovered the same ac tion had been taken with a section of land he owned In Logan ARRIVE TODAY MORE THAN ARE ON ONE In The government is exHeemployed a Baldwin realty dealer pocting an extensive outbreak and is said to be prepared to suppress U AN EI OF MURDERING WOMAN Houston April 28 years found guilty of the murder of Pauline Ho was sen tenced to 10 years In the McConnell was killed on tho to look after his and laid case before Fred Unit ed States attorney for The district attorney telegraphed officials of Flnney county to watch for inquiries about tho Two were received In a few days one from a man in and another Americans in British Army to Be Repatriated and Sent New April troops were scheduled to arrive here today from The first trans frofn a farmer at to reach port was the Orizaba Price postofllce followed by the hurried and Liberator with men ot the the He learned a man nam ed Wiles was trying to sell Williams night of February According totitles to two Kansas When 363rd The giant steamer Levlthnn was to dpck here shortly before noon Harts story she was accidentally shot deni was about to be closed on to be followed by a revolver which he had given her j nmn now admits he is Carr was by the Henderson with the ma Several other titles wereMorIty of whom were members of coif in his bearing tho valoscnnt detachments from to protect She was the wife of a soldier from said to have boon the son of a former Illinois state senator and she was the daughter of said to have lived In Her hus band was a couvalescant at a base liospital In Chicago when his wife was Hart and two child ren were In court when sentence was Hart received the sen tence without typewriter letter aa tho two forged Currs ofllces wore searched by In Heghi April of Kjioctors and ninny more deeds of Americans In tho British army similar character were Its Tho first contingent of WILLIAM HALE THOMP SON AGAIN ELECTED MAYOR OF April Hale was the victor today in his racefor reelection as mayor of He defeated Rob ert in yester days election by Mac lay ran Thompsons vote froni the men was and from tho women John candidate of tho new labor received vltes and John Tho liquor question went to the wets by The drys had made no asking why dead issue should have been re Bonds of for city improvements wore voted by a com fortable Louis April Complete un official returns today showed tho on tlre republican ticket victorious in yesterdays According to these figures Lewis Aloe was re elected president of tho Board of Aldermen by a plurality of nearly votes over his democratic op ponent Flint Official Voto County Clerk Gallatln today received tho official vote cast at un election held in Sturges last Wednes day on the consolidation ot the Slur tors corresponded with all tho Federal authorities say Carr ad mits using the names of Curl Ov Wiles and several others Since his poslofficos have received nearly one hundred such deeds from persons in Missouri and THE LAW ENFORCEMENT LEAGUE DEMANDS SAFETY If one has a he demands Safety for so surrounds it safeguards that he will know in whoso keeping it nnd that he receive it back again We demand tho same safety for our boys and girls Wo ask that the city be cleared of bootleggers and other pestiferous Wo ask that you show as much consideration for your children as your money or Come out In the and help us this is an agoold and the Law Enforcement eaguo is making it to tho citizens of where you stand when the morals of your city nro In over and help Mabel Publicity Agent for tho League Soldier En Roulo who has boon in ser vice in Franco for tlio past fourteen was In today on route from Fort Chey where ho received his dis to his homo in Newtown to visit his Katon was a member of 116th ammunition train which was organized In River Ho arrived In New York Ho was in practically all Maple Grcon Grove i the Important engagements and es and McCormJck Tho vote was 19 for the proposition against 03 caped Try a Constitution Want sailed for New York A special American repartition de partment has boon opened at Win The Americans will be col lected here from all neer to make a complete survey of tho district for tho purpose of enab ling the board ot with tho assistance ofthe engineer and to obtain Information as to the most practical system of assess ing damages by flood and The supporters of the drainage pro position are elated over the opinion of Judge Cooley now feel confident the last obstacle is removed from the path of tho work of reclaim ing Grand River Valley in Living CLEMENCEAUS ASSAIL ANT REFUSED NEW TRIAL BV A COURT MARTIAL April as sailant of Premier who is under sentence ot has been denied the right of a special court martial to review his His ap peal is now expected to be carried to a higher INTHEPGiPlT A NEW STUNT BY A PASTOR AH Had a Small Electric Heater Install ed on tho As Mo pastor of the Williams Street creat ed considerable of a sensation Sun day night when ho baked and served pancakes to the says the Moberly He began by saying that some had doubted bis work when he said there Would be pan cakes for all who wished at the services last night but he al ways did what he adverttsedtll pos he would show the con gregation that he would keep his Removing the cover from a table which stood on the he re vealed an electric a pancake a dish of Switch ing on the current he soon began baking remarking that he always used bacon rind to grease the While he was busy baking cakes boys were busy serving them to Presently It began to dawn on the preacher that some thing was wrong and when he de manded somewhat Indignantly Why the people did not eat his a boy on the front seat called out It aint only baked on one said the thats my and youll find It In Hosea and read Ephralm Is a cake not Then in a Sparks described some half baked the worldly church the one who compromises with the hypo the dishonest buyer and the unfair employer and the Not one These half baked Christians are like the half done is why the church is not more attractive to the JKENATE VOTES TO KILL CIGARETTE SMOKING IN THE STATE OF Jefferson Smoking cigarettes and tho pure air should be prohibited by Death of Former The Moberly Democrat ojt Tuesday gives the following account of the death of a former well known resi dent of this county Lucy Strouville died this Senator Gardner Haul today Inj morning at In the family borne urging passage of Senator Mares anticigarette He said smoking cigarettes Is harmful anda public The bill passed by u vote of 25 to 2 after warm President Grunt New Port April With mile after mile of white and blufe this cky represent ed a gay appearance when Ires Went with moro than docked here The casual companies aboard included one from There were 73 casuals and 092 sick and wounded TKAUB THINKS IT UNDIGNIFIED TO ARGUE WITH A GOVERNOR Kansas April Porter who commanded tho 35th division of Missouri and Kansas national guard today lauded those troops as tho finest among the expeditionary forces In an address at tho Chamber ot Commerce lunch eon Traub refrained from discussing charges of lack of artil lery or saying he felt it was not dignified for a general to argue with Tho gener al gavo interesting details of the1 Ar gonne JJurial Miulo The body of Jack whoso death occurred at tho family homo In Sullivan county was laid to rest In ISdgowood cemetery at oclock this Short services wore held at tho grave by San fonl pastor of tho Christian Preaching at Lilly Nay will preach at Lilly Grovo church Sunday afternoon at All are cordially PROGRAM of Pleasant Grove Cliula High School Friday Vocal and Piano Solos and Orchestra Admission 25c nnd Direction 1 STOCK MARKET Kansas April receipts market slow to Steers to cows and heifers to stackers one mile east of She was called out of life at the age of 56 having been born August She leaves in her immediate fam ily her Joseph and two The sons are Colorado and Jay Other near relatives are three sis Mary Su sanna Celo and Flora Three Ezra Frank Strouville was a good woman and a loyal follower of the Great Mas She held membership with the Methodist church at The remains will be taken to Chll licothe tomorrow afternon on and taken to Norman Funeral e t Washlngtoni athjr has the support his effort that the get action is found QhanceUo finds Europe more dlvld and there la cessfut culmination ference Jn many con firsttfjne a voices is pressing thati stillhas the power to Authoratlve advices rsh r the can leaders Is fell force at the peace It l those close the President continued indecisionIn authority pass fromi theyi tains to the glowing who are overriding to the and feders to calves Thefuneral will be held Thursday In the Mount Olive Burial In adjoining to Hogs market strong to lOc Bulk of sales to heavy to 20 medium to light to Sheep market Lambs to owes to Stackers and feeders to Kansas April receipts 81 market unchanged to Corn market 2 mixed to 3 mixed to 2 white to Varnished by HENDERSON SON PRODUCE 801 Locust HENS 23 ROOSTERS 17 COX 18 TURKEYS 28 OBESE16 BGGS 37 BUTTER FAT53 Want Ads Fay Cole To Kansas Alvln who has been travel Ing for the Goodyear Rubber Jn this territory for several has been advanced Assistant Branch Manager at Kansas City and he and his family have moved to the Kaw city where Cole begins huj new Mas Blan who has been with the Inter Harvester In the truck department at since his discharge from the army several mouths has accepted a position as salesman for the Goodyear com pany and will take the territory form erly traveled by making his headquarters speak and parttiiefc necessary conference old order of are thejr feel can and beat April the important I peace will lief expressed In certaik ters Meantime Marsnl Is expected tomake plaintoti Erzberger at tomorrow allies will stand Tor no any sort at Danxig or any In the light peace apparently bued wltli the s up the work to prevent J of prestige which Germanys attempt at sidesteppingat An effort is being ItIs5i ed to Insert a peace treaty for exacting from Germany specific This ly the pdnciple which Germany may leav special allied commission the 1 determining how The a wouldcontinue over a period oC years I man and assessing damacssli It would also be emp an Inventory after the peace foe theInitial and Italian understood to be i inclined toward knotty are said to be occupying it nei sitlon in the the or being merely to afd tnejl April fore the peace and concrete proposal from 1 The local Red served coffee and sandwiches to thirtysix soldiers passing through here qnthe Milwau kee today Texjisto a sian government for cassatloftfi U bears the slgnati There tive information that KarlJT German trying to between oni R the light ot these twcf factst delegates are giving moretbou Russia than the daily w people have been rioting Telegraph dispatch reported To District C Gale Pnrdln   

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