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   Appleton Post-Crescent (Newspaper) - October 1, 1923, Appleton, Wisconsin                               THE WEATHER Cloudy tonsght and Tuesday- in temperature- APPLETON POST-CRESCENT CITY EDITION SIXTEEN PAGES TOX D4H.T POST ESTABLISHED ESTABLISHED FIVE O'CLOCK APPLETON, WISCONSIN, MONDAY, OCTODER 1, 1923 FTIX JLEASED WXXB SERVICE OF THX ASSOCIATED PKE8S PRICE THREE CENTS GERMANS BLAME SHEETS PARTY FOR RIOTING Walton Orders Troops To Prevent Balloting i Lawmakers Determined To Test j Power Of Governor To Stop Voting ATTORNEY BACKS HOUSE Trouble Maker State Election Board Issues In- structions To Jail in- 'terferers BULLETIN', Tolsa, forces faced each, other at noon Mon- day at- tie Tnlsa-co court house as the hour approached for the distribution of election supplies to nrecinct polling places for Tuesday's special election. f Twelve "armed citizen volun- teers" commissioned Sunday gnt "ay Governor Walton's in- teUigence officer, it, B, Stevens were stationed ia the headquart- ers of the county election board in the county building, while more than 100 armed special deputies sworn in Monday by Sheriff B, D, Sanford .moved throughout the building, "The distribution of supplies will begin at 1 'P. the sheriff's forces declared. Stevens' men said that any supplies removed from the build- ing world be taken out "over osr ,-At Sheriff ..Sandford backed by a body of 200 -armed snecial deputies surrounded.the 12 "citizen vounteers" and or-} dered them from the building. They left in a body. OHahoma 'Pla-Ting- his trump card. Governor J. C. "Vvslton Sltsnday reconstituted toe state electioa coara, and orders issued by the new boarfi out at ones to all county boards to halt tne special state election of 1MB TO T1LON mm mm Boss War Finance Corporation Urges; j Cooperate Marketing On Wheat Growers i Twenty Slain, Scores Hurt As Schupo And Rhine Party Clash i Town Of Maine Farmer Bound; Over After Preliminary I Hearing j tThile one of the largest crowds ini j the history of the circuit co-jrtrooms looked on. Henry Bietzler. town of' j Maine farmer, was bound over by; I Judge A. M- Spencer of the municipal j i court Monday for tnal in the circuit, court for the alleged murder Sept. of Edwin E. Sedor. his Hej was remanded to the jail to be j held without bail until the date of his Smeets is one of the leaders) the Ehineland secessslon move-' ment, and is endeavoring to -wreck the German state as now constituted. i MILWAUKEE REGISTERS Crowd Of Demonstra- BT DAVID LAWRENCE xx- J923 Y Pnb-. DAKOTA'S FLOUR MILL of SHOWS LOSS, 42 MINUTE EARTHSHOCK: tors Assemble In Duessel- cooperative marketing associations j (jgpf Fof Demonstration By Associated Press i By of Bismarck. X. Dakota's Associated Press earthquake S would, irs the opinion of the "MVar Fi- nance corporation, do more good at ________ ___ _________ the present time !r. relieyir.g j sla.e_owned Sour a, Granfi Forks' minutes duration was recorded a; the TV-neat situation than anytnins else sustained an operating: Joss from Oct.; seismosraph oi Marquette university! the goveramer-.t coula suggest. ,3 192, to Julj. ,_ 1923 of si24.5S1.75. -Saturday evening at S P. IT. Ail j This advice was given the committee j according to the nrst public audit of- The distance estimated by >Ir. of bankers from the Xinth Federal the enterprise mace for the state in- j McCarthy at 3.500 mfles from Mil-1 Reserve district at the conclusion of j dustrial commission and issued by {-nraukee. probably south. their visit here. President Coolidge j that body here Monday. has let it be kaotvn that he -will rely] on the solutio-is proposed by the "War j Finance corporation as well as the partment of agriculture. The tssu-s FRENCH TROOPS QUELL RfOTt The vibra- Military News Sent Frorrfi Germany Subject To Censorship itions -nrere east to -west. ance of a statement by the "War Fi-; tnal xrhich be determined by; Judge. Edgar V. "Werner of the circuit; court. j Dletzler's preliminary examination brief, beginning at about i and closing about 11 o'clock. Only; three -witnesses -were introduced the state. They -were Roy G-- Sa-svyer, Shiocton, undertaker. Dr. Robert S. j Stresemaiin Mitchell, -who- attended Bedor at his ment s the complicated situation operation In St. Elizabeth hospital fas existing in the fatherland provoked by nance corporation outlining how ex- i L tended had been its financial help to the stales of !Xorth Dakota. South Da- i kota, Minnesota and Montana from i I -whence the visiting bankers came I j calculated to offset the impression i that the government hasn't been doing "its utmost to help the farmers of the northwest. Mere than 54 per cent of the total loars made by the TTar Finance cor- j poration to the -whole nation are out- j standing at present m the four states j above mentioned. And the loans of i Dr. Gessler. minister of dfcfense. j JFpance corporation exceed George Muenster Is Killed Instantly By Woman's Auto j 3y Associated Press Dnesselflorf The German version iof the outbreak sz a Separatist Sunday in which twenty Crews Search Two Days Without Finding Further Victims Sy Associated press evening of the shooting, and Leonard Bavarian Allen. Maine farmer, the state's star tumult who testified as-to Sector's which, fisr of tie murder. s The prosecution, represented byi i John A. Lonsdorf. district attorney and F. J. Roonev. counsel. Attorneys L. Hugo Keller and "Gustave J. Kel- ier. of the law firm Keller and Keller. represented the defendant- Attorney j Paul G. "vTinter of Shawano. also _ i counsel for the defense, was not pres-l j ent at the hearing. ___ j i HAS SPOKEN j j No public statement has as yet been the accused, as he was not! has'been appointed all] by Sl.COO.OOO the loans of the federal reserve system in these same four states. North Dakota, of the Xonpartisan League's radicalism received more money erarn-the Finance corporation in. propor- separationalist moves and the dissatisfied ied "popu- j tiojO Few Plums On Elaine Tree For This Year :were kiliec and scores -wounded .tains that the security police, the French hold for star ling: the shooting mace no move a civilian policeman had been killed. .by the Separatist "self -protection iice." This force, says issued by the authorities. tacked the blue took his swore and had begun to beat ;wber> the security police i Thereupon a shc-t -was Sred. G ;mans allege, from the ranks o j Separatists. This our res rest force and the iiVliss Marie Stephani Of Black. Creek 'Drives Car Strikes Him While In for Sunday's meeting- Of _- psodactich than otnsr state f City Oklahoma, which for inore ttia-n two -svesks has been a. maelstrosi of contention revolving the prerogatives of Governor J. C. "Walton, -was' preparing' for a ma- jor crisis iloaaay- Tuesdav. ts-hsti 7 o'clock arrives for believed to] have been trapped, ivreckinr crews j continued their work of excavating! the cars of the Chicago. Burlington J and Qmacy passenger train. least agitated, or if he was, he tailed to show it. From the moment he was conducted into the courtroom by Sher- Otto H Zuehlke up to the time he _ Z- KhirMsnd ;n z. great the terms of "bptr ;ew staie, 53. Tras tors, numbering: about but expire during the'next f-ont of at 69-i'mented to 40.000 from the ranks of ai the Urr.oit leaving only a relatively snail num-1 xorth-st at 1M5 Sancav curionE. marched to The Hfeden- COOFEKATIOX IS GREAT AID j ber of appointments to be made by and dragged on taelbnrg Strasse the Separatist Eugene Meyer, tead of the "War Em-1 Governor Blaine. as shown by records j of automob'> driven bv; leader Joseph. Maithes beskn a speech, ance corporation, called the attention j in the office of the secre-aary of state, j jrjss" Marie Stephani of Black Creek, j KTSH AT SPEAKER of.the visiting: the ex-. There are no S5.000 state positions, resulted from a broken neckf Se had said more than x perlence of the corporation in ar- j vacant ac present, and 110 terms of J a of the base-of the skull, ooseii -nrhen several shots tverat advances totaling: more than j officials filing these jobs scheduled to ivhc attendee.' A gf our> mace a rustf Si90.000.000 to cooperative marketing j expire during the next year. All of Ihe fasmediately after- the scci-.for Ker- Matthes the police a, associaaons. principally to crgsniza- j the openings rather are on boards and volley. The srooting taer! beoarnai lions handling cotton, tobacco and i commissions which pay expenses, or a iiouest -n-as ordei-PG bv' general, caasing the despatch of, small per diem, according to the state John Lonsdorf- district atrorney.! Frpp.ch troops 'O tie scer.s. Accorfi-i Three rice." He added that the associations have proven more helpful "in im- i proving- the methods of orderly mar- ketins of American agricultural pro- ducts ana that the loans Droved to be safe "l The was expressed- by i the directors of the "War Finance cor-1 S. Days Reported Receding At Sheridan poration also would be of great benefit to the growers of j the entire country if the relatively j small of the cooperative j -wheat associations could be extended BF Associated Press j cevelnped at the present time." from Little! sjr Meyer -srho has been mvesugat-i Contracts Expire i Goose creek, trhich spread over the j jng tne European situation at ____ -n and eastern sections of Sher-! flrst hand explained vrhy "under pre- the opening of the polls fora special j and searching for bodies. Search ofi !dan Sunda5" causing the sec-1 sent conditions of fiuctuadng excaaiig- election a measure -would be the chair car and puliman failed to, _ I ond 3cod here 'in three days, was the European buyers do not con- .rf tne ot drenal bodies and 9 a T_ haa qp .own o, Toted on naring the -way f or the legia-, ----1-Rof r lature to consider impeachment charg- j gave rise to the theory that they had; J. es against the execativs, the "zero i been trashed out into the stream. At j of the conflict is expected to be j least sfe persons knoro to have been! aistar.t parts oi me coan.y Preached. noiag in the two cars are stfll missing.; At that time-KiH be determined the j preliminary examination of the] of whether oScers actius on i it to be in a crder of the governor can preventthe j conditioa and'led! ceding ilOBcay. "Water from two to tract for wheat ahead but bui" from is standing in 1 And Engineers And.Firernen Take "Joint Action I bames. 'as the death. ;p the opinion of ing to the rrench omoers the security police, based upon the testimony cf 1 refused to obey the orders to ceasaa j several -witnesses, -was due to an un nre. thereupon rrecch calvarv [avoidable accident [rounded the police baracks attes? Several other accidents occurred I tsMsg ssveal prisoners succeeded but little consequence so far as'' restoring- order. jrcairtrhHe the Se I injuries to persons -K-ere concerr.ed- j arstists had becomf- so aroused i Srviii Eantschel Sgured in a collision! they attacked the green police and Saturday night near Antigo a "was only that thi j horse arrd buggy. A youngitary caspalitles. in the vehicle suffered a i The f rencn .scratches and bruises. !throughout ?he cirv and placed AZ.IGHTED FROM TRtTCK :taored cars op dutv on the srrseta. Sluenster. it -was learned, re.jTl3e occupatio-n authorities assert thag iturninc home from work at the security attacked the dss consirs'lJistribatine- company. Ke onstratcrs vHthour crovocarion driver, home in a "track'owned by policernen. acccrdira- this source, employes After the automobile pulled; aironsr billed. (Continued on Page electorate from going to the polls, me governor has declared the -whole j anaett of tie commoirsvealth -ssriH c be in tie field to fcar the election and j car- to keep dcvra. rioting that may result.! Opposins members of the lesis- j ar.d sponsors of the initiEted j bin To permit them to review the gov- error's actions, nave conducted a has- campaign to insure a e-f- fort by the citizens to vote. Their actions met the support of j Attorney General George F- Short. SEATS ASTOBXEF BACSS HOUSE j "The ejection is Mr. Short] dsdarsd. "and I have so iastractedj C7ttiy comity attorney -srho has in-' Quired opinioc- 3 Sunday aisnt printing- presses Inj err county- ran off tho-usands of bal-; t believe that the oeen swept oooJes! that It is impossible to estimate the; increase rstraests many j hand-tn-rnouth and do not carry tne' for of schedules in effect', up acrooss tfce street from h-s .'nonasl prs-wsr stocks of wheat in the approximately per cent i iluenster alighted and crossed Xorth-- has i-eduction handed down by the st near the intersection of Ourkee-st' posed on sent property damage. A troop of caval- IT sided creds afeovs the level of the wagon boxes a progress was diScuit, It is be- lieved. however, that no lives -were f This he thinks, can not., Htrt- Fr.r Out By Rasing Torrent Which J fr Lett New Army Dirigible. ZR-1, En- counters Strong Headwinds I Which Cuts Speed ?T. Sam's new-- est and largest air XjevifiXhaiL, the '1 left here at 559 o'clock Monday, momir.gr on the first leg" of her trip: to St. Hera's -crhere the air navy cre-K-. participate ia the international -air races Trhich begin next Thursday.: I States Railroad Jjebor in July Stephani driving a Ford roafi being presented by manyjgter belonging to Ijawreijce ?I. Fortt- Monday by representatives ner. 700 Pacific st. notices the pedes- of Locomotive Sp-'trian. signaled io him and did all gineers and Brotherhood of Ijccosnc- J her power. Hhe told the police, i the ms.'n. action' The roadster struck the man 5 as-bens- taker. 3r. many ir.star-ces. ifui! force and carriea him on iphasizes the importance oi oeve.op- Smown Monday fi- Genr-sir means :or America slower mar-cetsng., ti_6 and Sneineaen. -warehousing and nnar.cing ao- contracts Oct. i. .joint actic justed to slower distribution and th5 cooperative marketing j ciaiions Associated Press that further Jlosr of the propOsalE th-js far made 5 for the STsancli'g of the American tvheat export trade contemplate a. scheme "hereby the buv from icar; fa-rr.ers at a Sxed price and take _. the ris's or Joss due -n changing- con- ditions in foreign exchange. ______ by Tv-arren S J president of the >n instructions hsd been: :e general chairaiaa and! secretary treasurer of si 1 srenerai com-. mittees of the tasm ?o the reQuiied thirty oav notice3 Tnaaasenaents at: (Ccntiiraed on 3 -s cotrrt the United States meeting for Its term after a, recsss siccaj formd 2. neavy coc-ce.t_ AH ices retarr.e5 rmeh refreshed ijv thaj "OT ard justices Jl the senior me .lorjs past the age -s-hsn Jin Casper, grips the jt-was not yet dawn -svhen the ,o_ Moncavi lots, -BrhHe at meetings of the Bis: Iron river tor of the big r.a.val dirigible warped States 'district1 ed trpon the people to go to tae poOslTnCes bat-esn j.nerrnopolis. Out of the hangar and paid out. to _ atlorrW Jn defiance of the governor's TireaiJaad Grey BuE. TTyo.. !co-- u> .ae Kcmdav the state tvas at a plica of "-sriped otrt and al! ranches Soodefi. as ret tmeucaied sfajce the; estitsate of tie-damage has been giv- J Os3oers spent more than _ train of SncS-ien. It 5s understood that the vraterja J-rispectioTi before ere-rythlngs AOS clssnea in inakirisr ffirni- aj-ce o: it in congress unless caJs gsin control, in rtth a hour of the rapM dents wbica fcave led to the eve of baa rescued its hieheat rnark and iti-j-BS prono-nced ta psrfeot trtai. an election saparaEeled 2n the history slsrtec to aborat 3 F. M. Sun- A- tfee of the J dsy. _ ZR-i Tfce day win snswer tie- oJ3 EaiTtts reeSfients eg- GraySaH'vere AS led that since the: r to vote. Scr.oav tha bs streasti tc nsove. resulted fiTro tie strongs r. vrho on "Wefces- j driven frors properly d at a. 
                            

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