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   Manitowoc Herald News (Newspaper) - December 29, 1930, Manitowoc, Wisconsin                                \ Weather Generally fair tonight and Tuesday, except clouUy tonight; considerably colder tonight. woe Herald-News More Than Double The Net Paid Circulation of Any Manitowoc Newspaper Fourteen Pagdj Telephone 350, VOL. XXXIII MANITOWOC. WISCONSIN^ MONDAY, DECEMBER 29,1930 NO. BILLION STEEL MER GIGANTIC DEAL ^ ENJOINED BY COURT ORDER Death of Dr. John ord but who no longer held any financial interest. While the Blocliholders' election was in progress, Eaton obtained an injunction restraining the merger pending a trial of his numerous cliarges. Tlie suit went to trial June 24. Tho rjuestioning revealed much confidential informatiOTi including _ ilie basis of Bethlehem's bonus sys- i ,   ^,     ,     ,....  ,        I tern and the fact that its bonuses! tAssoclnled FTMS Leased UIre 1 ]       ^gog  ^yere  $3,000,000, Of which i YOL'NGSTOWN.  O., Dec.  29.-; received approximately $1,-i The proposed billion dollar nii'rger ^ 000,000. This was one of the many Of tho Bethlehem Steel Corporation i Items which tho plaintiffs charged Sheet  and ! ^^^''^ ."covered up. First Round of Battle of Millions \ Won By Opponents of Bethle-j hem-Youngstown Merger THIRD PARTY MOVE ALL TALK LEADERS SAY Accidental Discharge of Sawed-OH Shot Gun In State Bank Office Perils Pedestiians On Stieet Saturday fiight and  the Youngstown Tube company was denied by com nion pleas    Judge David G. Jen kins today when he granted minority stockholders an injunction restraining the combination. Tho decision was based on tiie merger negotiations antl the subsequent meeting on March 12 of the Bethlehem's witnesses countered witli tho assertion that this would equal only 30 cents a share on the shares to be outstanding after the merger. Campbell, the 75-year-old Youngstown president, testified his company would have to spend ?30,000,' Sheet and Tube directors. Consid-   l*^-, J'^"'"de^^^^^^^^^^^ to con- erlng these proceedinRs illegal, the i '^J^-^V,^ independent judge saw no reason for going into ' J^^lZ'J" l�,V^\JiT'^-!''l ^"^1^�" �l the numerous controversial points 'f;},^,"^, l^^^^ T'"" '''f �" J'-"*' irivolved in the Sheet and Tube   " \V'l l?,^'^ '"T.fr' him Htnfkhnlflprc;'    meetine-    Anril     IS almost on the eve Of the dl- whera tle meriiPr^^^^ rector's vote.   They accused him of decision sl.x months from the in- ,''^"^.'^'^ ^l' cepUot. of one of the hittxest leRal   . "director of both lights in corporate history, a struK- 't'l.panic?^_ gle of millions that was carried out | first with proxies and tlieu with lawsuits. Forces marslialed by Cyrus E. Eaton, Cleveland financier. ' went into court with charges of [ fraud after a spectacular battle tor, roxies. : Stockholders Not Informed Tho judge snid that the Sheet and Tube board of directors after they had   approved   ilie raerp-M- , early this year, did not ptve nde- ; quale information lo their stockholders on tho nierj^er wlieii they met last April and approved it. 30,000 CHINESE SLAUGHTERED REPORTSAYS i ed injury and death, a plate glass _ : window of the State Bank of Mani- , , 1 IT  c" -ri nr.II towoc was punctured with a four-Borah and Norns bay ihey Will inch hole and an automobile owned by J. J. Noli, parked outside the bank, was damaged by pellets when a sawedotf shotgun was discharged in the offices of the bank Saturday night while being inspected by Traffic Officer George Darbant Two persons miraculously escap-1 hole in the window and the close- Not Break Lines of G. 0. P.; Fight to be Adjusted f.Xssf^-'intt'rl I'ross I-tvi^cU \\ rcj WASHINGTON, Dec. 29 - Tlielof the police department, assigned hui; and cry of recent days over a; to special duty as a guard at the But Details Lacking The ratio   of   exchange of one;.� , i      r>i       i n    t share of Sheet and Tube stock for 1 Mohammedans Blamed ror ler- a share and a lliird of Bethlehem : .i .   t        i      v        n      was also attacked.   He said iii.s ribie 1 ragedy in Kansu rroviHce study of the accounflnK phases of the "consideration  "makes  to  my mind no deflnire conclusion  pns- _ Bible that tho final ratio was ade- [AssorLited ['ro�� Ledscd wire! qtiate. I    SHANGHAI, Dec. 29.-The gov- Censures Deal in Decision        ernmenl looked apprehensively to-Judge Jenkins snld tho court was j ward Ivansu province today, await-wiliioul sufficiently supported facts  inR Kroaler details of the reported clearly to pat^s a judgment on tho , siauKhter of .lO.OOO Cliinese by Mo-price involved in the mcrt;er. Also, i lianimedan  armies. third party movement appoat-pd considerably cooled today political weatliermen for^-saw continuance until 1932, at least, of things much as tliey are now. SeJiator Bbrali of Idaho, one of the Republican leadei-s, said: "I do not see any new parly, but I do see some realignments whicli will be evidenced more in legislative matters tlian in open {in-nouncements upon liie i)art of either leaders or con.stjtuenis. That has already taken place to a marked degree." Independents Wont' Quit The western band appeared dis-' posed to follow in this both Borah; and Senator Norris of Nebraska,' who has refused to leave Repub-i lican ranlis to head a third party.! Norris yesterday_made clear ai-' 80 he had not promised any support to Governor Roosevelt of New � I York should the   Democrats   pick � ! him for the prci-jdency, ; ' Row to Be Adjusted Senator Moses. Neu Hampshire, one of the R(>publlcan party lead-: ers, discussInK Hie row o  presence of Harry G. Daltnu, partner 111 Pickands. Matlmr .t Co. of Cleveland and director of 13ethle-hem, at tho Sheia and Tube direc- ' tors meeting March 12 wlien they yitified tho mer.cer. ' Whether he voted nr did not vote 1 the merger contract his prcs-ICO and approval of llio merger . that time "were in ociuity a nreach of tru?t apainst puhllc pol- -icy." This was one of the important points of iiit.uk by the inei-iicr fo�s. Fiflht and Its Leaders Tho terms of Ilic hillion dollar deal provided for Hetlilclicin to acquire Sheet and Tulie. a ?2:!.'),Oi>ii,OiiO corporation, on  the b.nsis of one and ono-third shares of Bethleheiu t:ommon stock for one of Sheet and Tulie.   Sheet and Tiihc siockhol<.i-ers Rave tlieir assent .\pril      hut more thnn 2iio,umii of the 'afUrma- ; tive votes, a dr-iidiu!,- iiiimbei'.'Wcre � challengr.d    liy    tlie    ant iiiierjrer forces. Among tliose who led the fjglit for the nier.ner were the voterau Bteel man, .lames M. C:iuii)hell, chairman, and Fi-uiik rurnejl. president, of Sheet and Tiil� : � i::uKene G. Grace, pre.'^liieiu of Jleihlehein, and Henry Ci. i'aUon, a director In both compnnios. Eaton, organizer of the Jfl'.aO.iiriO.- � 000 Kepuhlk: Sl l corpcualion, ami largest   stocliholder,   throii!?li   his holding  c.'pmpanies  in  Slioei   and Tube, led the opjiosition. Death Stalks Ca�e Tho actMal plaintiffs were the international Shiires corporation, an Eaton investment coiicei-n, and M\- ; ron WJck. Jr., VounRstown broker, whose heirs continued as co-plaintiff after his di>uth from luieuino- : nia which   was   IiroiiRlit   on   by ' strain    during    tlio    court   battle which lasted neatly Ihrei^ inonths. Giie orhcr death occurreil durint; the hearings, the suici'le of l.eroy A. .Maiicliester, i-liief coiiii.'ie) for Sheet and Tube. His ju-t wa.s laid to, averwrouRht nerves. ^'lie objcf t of the iniTKcr, accord- , to lis spon."'' diJj'' "'' record. Knfon ho- � lleved 01 Igj^ise and after the d:iie f record )i;issed. houglit .Jv.niio.iiiiii h of   -lorK     He   aflirilied |,r. ' ITifnui lot'' It. but r-l,-iiiued that noitljer cdiild  the  former owuf r.^i who were tiiil the hohlers of roc- Communications �ffiTo JCansu are virtually non-existent.    y I-ancliow dispatches/said the roving followers of Isl/im severed what cotnmunicatlon l/nes existed and censored all mail/plunging into Kreator isolation /a reprion already linown as on arked at the ci\rbin.i,'. indiraied that the charge had not yet begun to he well-spread. Not Seriously Injured The two men were not seriously injured. Both were taken to tho bank where the particles of glass were extracted and tliey were able to proceed on tlicir' way. Officer Darbant made inquiries in the district to determine whether any others might have been struck l)y the pieces of glass but found uo one. The Noll car had a glnss broken and the pellets of shot were imbedded in the bod.v of the car but no very serious damage was caused. No one was occupyiiiK tho machine at Iho time. Banks of the city whicli have been opened Saturday niphts for convenience of patrons have been provided with police protection, an officer being assigned to the several banks and Darbant had the State Bank as.'^lfniment Saturday night. Air banks are equipped with guns for use in event of trouble and Darbant wanted to know about the sawed off gun it is said. The excitement occasioned did not suli-I side tor hours and all day Sunday crowds visited the hank to view the hole in the window and discuss the tragedy whicii might liave been. Damage as a result of the shooting will be only minor as the plate glass will be replaced Iiy the insurance company and tiie bullet indentations In the Noll car were not extremely deep. While the prospects of possible serious consequences are now being minimized with the officer and the bank attache, both of whom are known to be experts in the hSudllHg of firearms, being the ob-�jects of considerable kidding, the escape is regarded by authorities LOVE LETTERS FIGURE IN THE ANTIGO MURDER CIANIS Confessed Slayer of Farmer Had Wooed Sister Accused of Plan-^uing Death 13 Years , ,,   and bank officials as being nothing because  the  comparatively small i short of a miracle. Noted French Warrior Sinks Into Coma and End Expected at Any Moment Now DIES AT CEDAR RAPIDS WHILE ON HOUDAY VISIT TO MOTHER of .Midianunedana "entered a town ol' 20,1100 inluibltants, looted every thing and then killed every person lii^fore luirniiig the town, with Its streets piled high witli corpses." Shoot 4000 At One Time "The Mohammedans entered another village," dispatches continu ed, "lined up -1,000 men, sliol them all. then left, takinji ttie women as prisoners. The children were aliandoiied. destined to freeze or starve to deatii. Messages have been received in the city of the death at Cedar Rapids, la., last Fridav of Miss Marv Drvota, 22, who'left here a month ago to spend the holidays with lier mother, brothers and s'isters. She f A.i'^n.-'.itfi.l I^r'^ss I.''-iSf"(l W'irol PARIS, Dec. 2S.--Marslial Jnffre, � Dispatches    described    horribleJ ^'Vl'vir'me we'll'' '        stricken suddenly ' and"pas'sed scenes.   On one occasion an arniyU^y     "i, b     idn-sie iat^is is-'i ? "l" ness toda\ .md h:.- phj.sieiains is-; np^s. The deceased came to A'ani-sued a buleiin a three o Hock    e- : , ^.^.^^        ^j,,, sci-ibing   his   condiiiou   i;s   most : ,,1,,^.^,,       f|,p xational Tinsel Co grave. ' -�        ..... few minutes tiefore the bulle- 153 IN STATE GET REFUNDS OF OVER $5000 [A.ssiiolaicd Press Lci-U'd Wlrel ANTIGO. Wis., Dec. 29.-A trail of love letters spanning 1.3 years, written by Cortis Cockerham, confessed slayer of John Murphy, 65, to.the dead man's sister, Mrs. Rose Murphy Nichols, today were before authorities seeking to connect the sister witli the crime. The letters, most of them dated, liegan in 10111 and continued until 1020, Sheriff Tom Ford said. While i-'ord refused to divulge the contents of th.o letters, newspapermen who read them said that Cocker-ham proposed marriage in one, luomising lo provide well for and to he good to Mrs. Nichols. In another, tliey said, he "demanded" that she marry him. .^Irs. .Nichols, 5(;, and her son, Lawrence, 23, are held in jail without bond on cliarges of accessory lo murder. Cockerham is held on murder charges. The mother and son were taken into custody after Cockerham. itinerant farm hand, confessed shooting the aged backwoods farmer in a purported plot to enable the Nichols to inherit the Murphy farm, on which they lived. Cockerham said he was to receive an automobile for the killing. Several articles stolen in minor rol.ibories in tho district were discovered in the two-room frame farmhouse where the Nichols and Murphy lived. Sheriff Ford said. Among other articles taken by authorities was a marriage license I issued in Ifll.S to Hose Murphy and Arthur Nichols. Sheriff Ford said Nicliols lived with his wife but a short time and later was believed to lj;ive secured a divorce. He is Ividievod to he in Ohio at present, the sheriff said. CITY IS BILLED FOR CHARGES IN p.^.., WILLIAMS-DEATH VICTIM FATAL STROKE SUNDAYj ' About Downtovm Saturday Aft* emoon and Evening, Death is t|| I      Shock to Community An attack of apoplexy,.atiffer^g The reshleni nt iri2n N. Eighth street denied this morning ttiat iie , WHS dead. Records of the city that indicated that Fred Williams, city employe who cominirted suicide Friday afternoon, !i\ed at ]Ojn X, Kiglith street are in error, it was explained. The remains of the suicide have been sent to Michigan, the city being billed for $60 lo cover fees of the undertaker.   It was said that Su'sV^^tL'-dtnoofctr^'b^lti- '7,-*^^ '^'>'� TV'l'HA had been taken oft the official list I t ranklin stTeot^at 4 o'clock yesteh.v^ wdien he was placed at work by the city in its efforts to reduce tlie number receiving aid from the municipality. Status of the claim for the undertaker's service w-as not given by officials of the city today. LLFAVORUSE FULL DROUGHT RELIEF FUND Treasury Department Lists Large Number of Wisconsin Concerns Who Got Refund For Year TWO SISTERS FOUND SUIN INOKUHOMA 29- BI.ACKWKI.L, Okla., Dec. , Oklalumia officers today sought the ; slayer of two sisters, school teach- ''^'^"^ ers". who were returning to tlieir duties after the Christmas holidays found shot to death. Tliey were found visterday by the side of a road south of Tonkawa. The motive was not apparent. ; 'I'he victims Jexle Griffith. 8.", and Jessie (iiiffith, 21, were slain, and robbed   nbtiiit.   ihe doors. \ .She told friends on leaving hero that she planned to return here af- ter the holidays. Besides her" mother, two sisters ;ind two brothers survive. Interment took place in the National cemetery at Cedar Raidds, la. PRISON BREAK IN INDIANA FAILS TODAY Guards, Police and Firemen Unite To Force Surrender of 12 Who Led Outbreak KOHLER GRANTS CONDITIONAL PARDON TO ONE the insane -at Norman. Okla.. was i arrested In Kuid. Okla.   for  questioning.    Officers   said   Constant appeared  ftimiliar \\iih details of the crime. Brtico Potter. Kay ciuinty attor-nev. said the women had not been criminally altaidied. but the sheriff later said one had been atiack- rAsso.-lni.'rl Prf?:'� l.en.oid \Mit-1 MADISON, Dec. 20.-t!ov. Waller Kohler todtiy ga\o one convict i couditonal panhui and c(unniiite(l the sentences of four others. 'I'hir-teen tipplicatious f(M- pardon were denied. .\ eorrdltioual pmdon was grant I'd to K(iu;ud Hauniiiari ner, .Mil waukee, who was ."enfi-nr. d :\la>' 2:i, lillie (o one to three \ e,-US ill the house of correction for obtain ing money under f:ilse pretenses The state bo.-ii-d ru control w;is luimed iis his cusioduui by the go\. ernor. l-;arl Mealing and    Guy   Siege!, tnembeis   of   an auioniobile fence', who were coinirteil   in   Waupaca county circuit couri on 2t'> counts on   two   gambling i of   reciM\iiig   stoU-n iiroprrt>, re )ff Southern Call- ' ceived comnoiieii s.-iitences as did Clarence    1 ninh.'i i;i.   Kacnie connu �"mil    1.'. K:e'lo�,   .Mar'ailioii WASHINGTON, Dec. 20.-.'.-ri- The treasury deparitnent reported to congress today that 1:".;' Wisconsin taxpayers received income tax refunds in excess of ^JOOO during the fiscal year. 19^0. Largest amniig these was the rebate of $l.ri-i;i.TiiT to the riankiiig-ton Packing company, .Milwaukee. The Kohlor company lieaded by i!ie retiring governor, W. J. Kohler, received a refund of fl f,,-lTC., Other iniiime tax refunds of more than .flii.i'iio included' Allen's Sons cimipanv, Kenoslia. ?23.9r)4; Allls fhalmers :\Iamilac-turing company. .Milwaukee. jiU), 1)11; Herzfcld-l'hillipson company, .Milwaukee, Jll.Tor,-, Indian I'ai'k-[ng company, ?ri:!.:iiii;; Kearny am' (.\ssnc!,ili>d Press Leiiscd Wlrel WASHINGTON, Dec. 29.-Appropriation of $4S,000.000 for drought relief loans was approved today by a house aiipropriations sub-committee. 'the sub-committee will report to the full afiproprlations committee next .Monday. It acted following tesMmnny by Secretary of Agriculture Hyde in favor of approjiriating the full amount authorized by congress. Hvde said he had not changed his position that .$2,5,000,000 will he sufficient to meet demands for si'ed, fi-ed and fpriilizer loans. Chairman Wood of the appropriations committee, predicted the full committee would approve the $15,-iMiii.iiiiii fund as soon as it meets on .Monday ;ind said action in the house may take place the same d;iy, Hyde- said the department will be ready lo distribute loans within NO. DAKOTA CAPITOL BURNS, RECORDS LOST Historic^ Structure of Territorial Days Destroyed With Many State Documents TA'isndntPd Press Lcnssd Wlrel BISMARCK, Dec. 29-North Dakota's government was without a home today and many valuable state and historical documents had been destroyed as a result of fire which burned the capttol. Once the pride of the DakotaS)^ the four story brick structure which dated from the pioneer ter-ritoidal days of nearly half a century ago was burned yesterday, almost on the eve of the convening of the state legislature which was to have considc ed aiproposa! for a new building. Defe/jtlve wiring was believed by state officials to have been the cause. Records Destroyed Witl) most of Its records destroyed, state business was thrown into confusion. Officials endeavored to arrange temporary offices and a meeting placefor the legislature. Estimates of the loss to the state ran upward from $1,000,000. The building itself was Insured for $4SO,000 and its contents for $298,-000.  However, state officials said day morning, brought the life ol> Dr. John L. Shaw', 61, proiiiineni' Manitowoc physician and surgeon,*!-, to a close after a gallant fight b� -I had waged- for many months In aiti-" effort to overcome the effects of; a stomach disorder.   Members oi, his immediate family were with', him at the time of his death. Dri% Shaw  had  retired  only  a short;^ time previotis to the fatal attactelfM News of the death' of Dr. Sha'�.;$l flashed   through   the   city   anqi brought sorrow   to   hundreds   ot.r'J homes where the  physician's  lf4^ represlble humor had won him- . wide friendship and where his'tact SHAW and his skill had alleviated 8Uffi?SM, ings of many in Manitowoc,:anii|Pi Mcinlty. Although it was knowafs that he had been critically ill and)<^ Gambling Boats Off Los Ajigeles Raided LOS  ANGKLKS,  Dec.  29-Spec tai-iil.-u'   raids ^hips ani-hori-( tiMiiia are said ny District Attorney Huron Pills to (-onstitiite a declar-jam aiion of war on gaming outside the'county iliiee mile limit. As a r    \-le:,i   i-;i,-;i,e- I   of ,\lai\in   l-'.ic.;e,!-. t   .ii and Haifild Kii Isor-t. -.-f.id- : Pniv.r.' !t\ e f i � guest s of n !,i! I'.-, i holida-. ..lel a!--. . : reunion � infill I, M,:'.\:i:i- I ";l:';ii.'0 I   ,.t   the w . 1-  -, . �   I he a :  11 i,-. t.\i�nr>r!nlf{1 I'ress Irf.-iscrt Wlrel MICHK;AN CITV. Ind., Doc. 20. --\.n elaborately planned .iail break atienipt failed at the Indiana state, prison today when a combined force of .guards, city police and firemen forced 12 desperate criminals who had gained control of their cell block to surrender without bloodshed. The 12 men, most of them bank roldjers or murderers, had overpowered their guard. t";uy Hurklow, but not before he shouted an alarm to outside guards. Machine Guns Subdue Men The convicts barricaded (he doors and prevented prison gua''ds from entering, but when city p(dice set uj) machine guns i side of the door o( the cell bloi-k and arnieil firemen augmented the watch on the \\alls, the men surrendered. 'i'lie 12 men were' released from ihi ir cells by a kev which prison idfici.Us said h.ad been fashione.l fpiun a spoon by the leader of the plot. Joseph fiuins, ser\ing a te.ui for participating in the Cii!>-.'i. Ind , bank robberv of 102!-,.. Plans Well Laid Prison autluu'iiies found se\eral otiier indications that the aitenip' | was well planned.   One   man   had sawed away two -iron bars  when' luillce  gained  control   of  the  cell i)lock-.   .-VnoMicr had a it'pe ladder-retidy for usi'. Ni") siiots vw-re   fired   on eithei side.     Th"    [insoners   ;ipiiaren'l\ , had no hiihl, ;i fuearms and guards inside tlie        blocks do Ui.'t carry d ; .Noi-t liw I's-teru Lumber lompanv, Knu Cl^iire, ! $17,911:- Racine   Auto   Tire   company. $37.7b:i. I Keinhardt  l-:sia!r.  Inc., Alilwau- j kee,    iJIb'.OfcJ.    K'lchtirdsim-lMi.-iHx i company. Ft. \\       . Iiul , .r 11 ."il: � Simmons conuvi:.-.  Kenosha. S20; Wisconsin      'Kiiies        .^l:!-waukee, S51.:'.".2. Other Wisconsin Refunds Behlt  Cater.  i..i-  .'uid   Id.-Co.,  $(5,701:   nem;-  Kiddell   Fibres, comiiauy, Sliebos .i;.-.-   .''i.:;!!}: ('. 11.: Pdiss.   Kenosha,   K' '. IT:    Coni'-II : Wood Products C-. ( liii-ago. HOLD STUDENT FOR SLAYING OF SWEETHEART replace only Bt.chdoc.ime^^ I f-'        'walls' ^IceX'lSl Mfs^if ct^uld   be  duplicated   from   other, ^nj^jj^tg recovery was looked for- ^ no first unit  of  the  building! ^^^^^ Vas constructed in 1S84, five years i ^ ^fIJ lu^^^^ pnhancpd hv th** before North Dakota was admitted , fact that he hid been abou^t m to the nnion._as the seat of gov-1 [.^^^Ihe'^Sevlous  tfterno^l.^... and had greeted   friends   in   Ixlsf'*^" usual manner.  While ho had not . practiced since stricken last sum-;5 ifluer, as soon as he was able tte"! continued   his   dally   walks : artdv greeted acquaintances as late as-S:: o'clock on the  previous  eveningiv, Idleness   bore  heavily upon him|., after an unusually active life and � he made it a point to read late into the morning as he slept the.' greater part of the days and he:'5 ' had retired only about an hour be-I lore he died. \ ; Here 17 Years i    During tho course of his 17 years - j of active practice  in  Manitowoc, . r.vs.socioi.vi I'rt.^s T.c.iscd wire] I many stories of his kindliness, of-WASHINGTON, Dec. 29.-Again ; his popularity with children and from within dry ranks has come a : adults and his unfailing tact in his call for reorganization of forces ! dealings with his patients werb supporting prohibition, coupled i heard. The extent of his popular-wiih gloomy forecasts for the i ity was well attested to at the timo cause as the alternative. I of his critical illness when scores.-: Stanley   High,   editor   of   the i of persons, learning that a blood Christian Herald,  in  a statemeiii , transfusion was to be reso.rted to,-.'; yesterday, asserted   an  authorita-1 volunteered themselves. For'weeks before North Dakota was admitted | to the union, as the seat of ernment for Dakota territory. SAYS DRYS MUST REORGANIZE OR LOSE CAUSE a;.!."); Heinernaun i.r.- ' sail,    $7,4171 � Jail''-" Stamping Co., Mil Lake Superior Dis': Ashland, $9,207;   1-:- � .Ml Lurg. Mlhvauket and Bush Shoe Co., '�'.. lili.'i: Rahr Brewing ?,"i,ri77:    Second    W �> Lank. .Milwaukee, $7 ma  P.  Suiltli,  Milw.i I'nited   States   fJlui-ville.   JS.702;   Wisco:: Light   Heat  and  I'o.\ pleton. $S.OlU. -r Co.. 'I'ool I ..'we -     nl U'au-a-ui i-r,-y .�'.I'iii '. .Ill!�;�-��  .r' eii-eii !     Sa\-n:i Ml--. . !'':.e!; ,  r.iri'o; New Holstein Man Seriously Hurt When Struck By Car I .\ ^�...�1-1(1.(1 l'r,.^.q l.^is 'cl Wke] P( dM' AHTIILU. Tex., Dec. 29.- It(d..-ri L. Williams. 1^', I'niverslty of Texa-; sopliomore and son'of an .\u:-'in .Methodist minii^ter. faced a preliminary iiearing today In tho sl,(.vir:L' of his estrat�iged sweetiieart, .\ll-s Kli/alK-tli Jotinson. !�!.. .\ luurd'-r charge was filed Sat-iird.i.;,  I'v H. '1'   .McWhorlei. assivt ;iMt   r(]iinty   sitKirney.    'Tlie com-pi.ii:;! \v:is signed by .-\ndrew Jolin-.-�on   eiK le of I he girl. W;'li:niis (ounmied last night to di      le- -/m'I. .Miss Jidyifon. I I'e -,,id- l!.- ar-l-red her lo go with !i:i-i lo .-�e ihi-' iiev   Cb-nii Flini), t I'a-ioi in I'ort .\r'hur. In '� I'l   lo  I'ei-oncile ;i (ju.'irre! I u\ei n'leiiiious a marri'-d II w.i-;   (Ut'anlza'ions are no'. ;iii>-i;':ate to save proliibi tion as thi-v .--land today.'' lie saij. THIEVES STAGE SIX RAIDS IN .\]i-M:i Miss \'.\ A i iniienlii . '-: ii ' il from f: : .i;:o w !ii--!i- s r. laiiv. s  .1' -1  in-��!�.; �>  o\, r.-t i;ni-\ Isi'i d I 'hri: 1 Mr   HiK^   Ml      '.   I    We'>.|(:r r" ti.iiled lo .Miivvaiih'-e alter a .-horl      Xc.-   ;ii:il    Mr.-st,.i>- here   'I'liey also atte;id>'il th'..> , Mar-rhall ttr-.'.l l' funeral of Jlrs.' U'ebster's si.sier.   i ents of a ulue i''.'i'Ud baby I i.i:. pr.. rar \ ::. ,   Si liii-id. '� ..f "".U kee \lsitcd  in  the  c!t.\   u\i r i^ctk<'nd and rrJiurued. St ru' k I'V a  , .�\fli-r   ill-   .;i   idi'lit.    � i-iMid:ni'li        li.e  .niureij (If teruiitied    le-    ".v as    tai. I'L' mouth anc9. I.I i.M I!. � (III":. � i y.-1 Cirard  to  son-i;.' Ill tuo \iar-- in the Ilou.--e- -'ay u. :-� :  'lie: I �: V.I I.I a married �'''' -' ':'::�:' -  <� << !  of ti-'irlli  lb-   "!ari- � ;�; i -i:j'-L-i.". r .-if"' liis ;i(ir... I.. iv 2'i    H-,:rL-Ia rs �� - -    li|;o e-,   i-lll i:)i ..11 :ici-ivl. e. : V,      c-i-h. ni. . ks loi I :i!n; l:;ie.' 1.1 li:.-liw :;.ii. -a; I a '< '.irr- pub Joim ili-d V to-'-�ih!.- 1'.. OI le I :.-:d.iv a I'l.-s ,id'. r- ':''ed '.t-ail i;i I' i|i:iiauv of Ke a i''':i-a..;o hi''l"l diiig   to   .\ssociat- ......    niasn'r W A. .-.lire' v; re:sl. He was otfe i.-'i!i.i- holt'.Liy and rcinrn&d to of the first siibRcnbers of the old Mii-^aukee, I Daily Herald. I    Although   widely   known---tts  a : physician, his name was a familiar ' one throughout the state as an un* usually capable surgeon.   In spUo of [irodigious strength ^Oiich enab-M. d him to carry the heav'^iest of p:tiij'nts with ease, his touch with , 'he knife was declared to be unusually firm and gentleness marked hi.s refiitlons with his patients. Here from VsWers r�r. Shaw located in ..Mauitowoa ; Jn  liii:.'. after having practiced at I \'Hl.|.'ri for two years itn.vious to ;th.n lime.. He 'graduated from Itio H:irn.'s Medical (~olli.ge of SL Louis in IsO:; and took two years of post gr;^duale work at Uu.sh Medical (.'.ilb-g.- at Chicago ani] gr; oii!ig rnan he .!:-.r-il ih-' Hritlsli .irm\   and b�'� .:'.!.-�� :i!i iusinictor in artillery at :! ..irlv ,i-e   later taking up'lh� �   "-. ol nil d.icme. I';  N'o.embec ix. ho mnr- I . i! M).-s L-iio-e Suilih wiio with ..:,. diu-'hiir. J;uiet Lennre. and one - -.-.i, Mrs Mina Hell of �L 1,111. -aivive him.- A son died In 1 lii.1 .'i- y. M.5sonic Funeral i;:;is of the Masonin order wlll-be  used at  futi' r.il 8eft4< I n f�f

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