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   Waukesha Daily Freeman (Newspaper) - December 2, 1927, Waukesha, Wisconsin                               XOAH KI.OATKI) A Brcal when lire :niirlil WHS In 11 slule of lln.ulrtji- (Ion, Ilie Her. 0. Iivmim, Wcs iai; in ivhich Wankesha mer- lo be witl Waukcsba is making every pos- sible effort, lo protect the health of Its children and each month at the nurses' rooms at the court house, an Infant welfare clinic i being held. Dr. Cora Allen, in- fants' specialist, of the state health department, assisted hy Mrs. Barbara Fletcher, county nurse, and Hiss Sue Norman, city nurse, conducts these clinic? which are free of charge. Chil dren up. to school age arc ex- amined and mothers advised as to the care of them. Mothers have shown much en th.us.iasm and 'their co-operation I with the doctor and nurses IB Many mothers bring fthelr babies each month, nnd in tihis way can correct any deflcien- cfp the children may have, by keUpIng track of their gain or loss weight, and their health -in gcilcral. And so these future cit- izens are carefully guarded hy solicitous parents. When they reach the age where they are no longer under the Jur- isdiction of their parents, often young people neglect their health, and hesitate to attend the chest clinics which are held frequently in the city. A large percenlage of people who contract tuberculos- is are young men and women in their fecns and twenties. The somewhat hectic existence which young people are living at the present day, makes precautions more necessary than for older men and women. If they feel that there is the slightest reaspn to he- Ifcvc they have symptoms of tu- bsrculosis, and take no precau- tions, their negligence is tearing down the splemild work done for them when they were infants. chants win largely profit ir> lotcd and a hnppy fpclim; rcvail among many citizens as result of Ihe mailing out of lliristinas savings club checks y banks within the ;ext few days. A lotal of will be Ustrihutcd to the patrons of the Waukesha National aud National Exchange Imnk. The l-Mrsl Stale's '.Inb was started one week later ban the other two institutions and the total amoiinl saved In bis bank will net 1'e known unlil. lexl week. Of the SI20.161.77 lotal, war, saved in the Waukesha Na- ionol bank since last Clirislmas checks which will be Ihe means of giving lappmcss. This means beller than C5.00 per llml The National bank will mail mil a lotal of -1IT, checks olajing The amounl is a higher average than In surrounding cilics aud speaks unuhually well ofr Ihe Ihrifl and shows jirosperity which now exists amonk Watikcslia citizens. Some of Ihe bunks' patrons save Imt a few-dollars a week others irtore hut it is, nni-pi-Ssing said Waller 11. Frame, of the Wauke- sha National bank how the ac- count grows during the year aud how happy it makes Ihe, palrond feel. SCHULZE'SW IN JURY'S HANDS MILWAUKEE. With prose- cution counsel .taking thai the self- blindecl slayer be aetit to Waupun for life a ni] the defense attorney insisting Hint his clienE was insano when IIR shot liown hi.s wiTo ant] her lioy defemlcr, Ilic fate ol" was plnoctl into the hands of (he jury of fh'e women anil aev i men before noon fiuJay. Municipal Judge George II. Shanghnessy, in his charge to the jury told the twelve that they were to consider whether Die former milkman was yuilty of first desiee murder whun he shot to death his wife, nntl Gordon GoeUHnger, 1G, on Oct. 18; whether he not guilty because of temporary insan- ity governing his acts on that night, or whether he was nnl -guilty of the crime as charged. AN A, III. Hli-am Heed. 24, KOI] of a prosperous fnriner. today confessed he iit- to blow up a country school house in order to murder .its .sweet heart who I aught there. The young woman, Miss lohi llradford, 23, daughter of a retired minister, entered tho ni'lmolhi-iiso yosloi'tlay inoniiug and started to bnEId :i fire in (he stove.. The mulch luid scarcely hneii struck until two slicks ol" dynamite plue- in the .stove by Heed discharg- ed, the windows atid sending Miss llradford into a leap. School of whom (vas in the building when tho Lilast the (irst lo iliscorer the tragedy. One small girl was walking up the palli and uljunt to enler when the windows crashed. Miss Hradford was seriously iujarcd. She taken to a near- by farm house where attending physicians said her cluniccs oT re- were slight. Authorities succeeded in keep- ing news of the near-tragedy noti- fined to the few nearhy farm- They conducted their in- vestigation ttuietly and lust night trrested Iteed. After all night quest ioniag, Heed confessed this morning lhat it was he who planted the ilyuu- mile. Tlierc were two1 sticks, he said. Ileasou for the attempfod innr- der, he said, was I lie fact Miss Bradford was nn expectant moth- er. Me was to have married her Sunday. Heed held out slnblHirnly against, making a confession when he was first iirrealGtl. hut after hours of entloning throughout Uie night, he turned to the shim-in" and said: sir, I was to have married her Sunday ami I went to call on her Wednesday evening Ht the house where she hoards. Somehow gol Ihe idea of removing her from the picture and' the was y 1 Ml on this dynamite, idea and HO- I went to the .school house and placed iwo sticks in the stove. 1 put a ton-inch fuse on Mic end of tho dymimite." L FOR mjOTED EXTEND SUPER HIGHWAY FROM "COUNTY LINE TO GEORKE'S CORNERS The super highway, now heing constructed from Iho .Milwaukee county lino lo the Halfway house, will extended in 1I12S "to Goprke's corners, the county hOi'ini voted tliis montiug. funds made availahle from state and federal niil will he used for the extension. It was agreed. 1'lie was one of tho provisions embodied in three res- olutions introduced by thu county hliihwtiy comnutlee and passed by thu boni'd relutlug lo the highway program outlined for 11'2S. The super- highway project passed upon today was not to he authorized until hut Joseph Stnmski, stale highway official lielievys an urgent need exists lo advatire the project a year. The plan of Ihe state ifi to build a two- way concrete road forty feet "wide from Ueorke's corners into tho city of Milwaukee. Milwaukee con iily will ben in next year lo pave its share. hi (Missing Hie three resolutions, the board uulhorjzcd the issuance or a liond tiinoimtinp; lo for itnproveincnt anil construction besides inaklnt; available funds aiuounling to n quiirter inillinn for the same purpose. Supervisor C. Jones. Pewau- kee, hi opposition to plnc- Iho suiier highway project nhoitd In llic RcliQilule. wlle Hald ,o' tjroat need for Highway 110 exists, Tne paving nf that highway was deferred in Hen of the most recent plan. CROWDS R1ISH TO SEE S NEW LIZZIE The new Ford auloinolnli.', for months the myalvry of Hie commercial world, nnide a dramatic lioforo the world, today. and was accorded siihc a reception as has rarely been uchk'ved liy tho mnsl adept press Krom all pads or Ihe Unilcd Sidles and from aljrond came re- ports of impudent Ihousaiuln in luie, for a-cliance Iq sec the successor of the the (rim, eonventionally designed car. winch replaces (lie lanlitinr If nll'galhly machine so dear lo (he cartoonist and the jokcsmlth. In New York. lllclu owls searched out Hie showrooms nl :t A. M., (ti sec Hie new model, and Ihousands upon thousands JnmmciV p'nsl the show places, after dny- came. A steady rnlu did not disctmrage tlie curious. In CliIcaKo, leas wild enthusiasm but Broil inlerest wna shown. A line stretched u block from the nijiin showroom, on Slate alroel, by' noon, and uncounted thousands had. Iteen shoved through the dls- pjay room, while .salesmen, them-' selves, scarcely acquainted with Ilie descrihhed it. police were called out, in lo protect rom buhiB broken by the crowd. 11 Detroit, forty of Hie new ears vere displayed hi Convention iall, while nnifilc front Iwo bands Ihe crowd. JI'IKJK Kl) TO K1VEII PATROLMAN'S HOUSE IS RANSACKED, LOOTED MILWAUKEE. Anthony Atkielski was tho victim of a thief while walking his beat. Seeing n light in his own home he knew Ihe family was ab- sent, he investigated and found the place ransacked. The robbers got which he had saved to pay laxes. COLLEGE co-Kit MTKIf WANTS KOOJF OALES3UKG, ty comment was withheld to- day on the editorial in "Si- K n o x college monthly magazine, advocat- ing a smoking room for co- The article said Knnx col- lege, as a llheral institution, "would do well to allow co- eds to "At present the co-eds must sneak their the article continued, "and since it no loner is a secret that fliey smoke, would it not be much more honorable and more convenient if thcy wero allowed to enjoy jheir cigarcts without sneaking arounrl the corner out of vision of the Two barrels of nil dumped inlo the Fox river mill .stream hy Clar- ence Wcnilt. employe of the Und- gcr Motor company, drew a line of ?2a and costs. in .Municipal court Uxlay and a stern rebuke from Judge T. W. Parkinjon who charged that such work' was the cause of much complaint coming from here regarding wa- ter pollution. "Tlie people of tiiis rily are en- titled to rlc'.in tlie judge stated, "anil they are going lo have it. I hope this'arrest will ho a lesson to others, for the pollu- tion of vvuter here has been a shame." Officer lien reports that he traced a stream of crank case oil from the river proper up tho mill race [o hebind the lladger garage where Wendt -admitted he hnd dumped it in. "It was orders." lie todny. "and I had to do il." lie averred the barrels were.not entirely filled with oil but contained water also. To questioning lie admitted that the barrels contained mostly Mnnson Bahcock. 32. 735 Pleas- ant si., was arraigned in court charged with stealing coal from car that was spotted for Hcst- haven. veterans' hospital. Kil Keohel. Milwaukee, was fined S100 and costs or 90 days in the lions, of correction this morning for driving in the Town of Pewaukc while intoxicated. The car lie was driving was damaged when h collided with that of another Upon complaint of the other driv er be was arrested. F. C. Woodford who several weeks ago was released from the county jail after serving a sen- tence, appeared today in court as a vagrant without worh or money. COUNTY SCHOOL BOARDS MEET coniity, school hoard mcmhcrs ninl -were Tiual ReKBion at Ilie hifcli sclmnl to- dny which Mine school Hiihjects were dismayed hy HpenherH ami in "roimd 'Sneakers at the morning session Sncluiled P. Uowmnn of the.Ktnte who npokc on choo] health problems and Hlafe Hick gnve a di8- onrse on the now .school Inws, eH- the cquallxiitlon law. Cfinnly Stipcrintemlenl Arthur C. cws In the afternoon on cliool following which Supervisor Dick had charge of the ncHtion Iwx- The meeting In helil nnunlly under the direction of itpt. Tews. SHKMIh KIKK LOSS liSTIMATKI) ANTIC.O, Wis. Fire which destroyed the "Washington liHlrict 1T> miles cast of lie re yesterday, caused a loss of according to I he estimate of direclors. The school and fix- tures Infilled in Ihe town of Kver- greon, were a total loss. STHAMKU CHICAOO FROM KKKr SAULT STR ftfAHlR, Mich. (U.- The steamer, Chicago, en- 1011 In from Diihith, with a load ol flour, was free, today, from Orcy'fl rt-ef, 20 miles west of Mackinaw Oily. En Lake Michigan, where i had been grounded since' Saturday Removal of a large part ot Its car go airlal In its release. county or fa nil. threatened the poor KIDNAP GIRL II DRIVER SOUGH THROUGHOUT SOUTHERN WISCONSIN MILWAUKEE, WIs. (U.P.) sheriffs, today, ex- amined the trtfck In Dorothy EggleBlon, 13, prin- cipal in Milwaukee's latest missinp girl mystery, was last seen Jt was found today on the KUbourn road, four miles south of the city limits, by Tanlcy Nowlcki, who lives nearby. Nowicki said the truck had be'en deserted three or four dayr aflo. MILWAUKEE, WtH. (U.P.) Spnrcli for IX-yeiir-oltl Dorothy ISp- Kton, missing from homo, here, .Moudiiy, oxlenilod throughout lotlny. fol ihilnction Wcflier. soul horn Wisconsin. J lowing Issuance of au warrant hy Louis assisUint dtntrict attor- for Charles u roomer ul the Dirt's home. The girl WHH last scon An- na She was heing helped onto a Dodge truck southbound nn the Green Bay road, Monday af- ternoon, hy a jniui; belie vod to he FYaxor. From the dfi-scriutlon of the truck, Dorothy's fnthcr, George Kggelo.ston, a contractor, leu mod that it was owned by Jack Adums, neighbor. (old KggtcHton tlia'- ho had tinned the truck over lo Krav.- cr. that day, to .do some repair- ing on it- Krazer worked on the truck then took it, for u iryout, and never returned, Adams said Frav.or had been living al! the IS SUBMITTED FOR SECURITY COMMISSION ADJOURNS, SETS NO DATE TOR FUTURE SESSION OF BODY By Henry Wood United Press Si uft" Cori'os incident. IKiN'IOVA, Ke- en flty commission met unit ad- cm nied today, witlioul flxli.K n late for 11 n no.xl moot In Tho llsurnuunont cummins! tm will de- cide ou time for tho next Sillier-Inn. The commission i-.nnvonud n consider concrete iir.iirosuls of nndlliiK tho problems ol' surm'ity ind thulr Kindred (muijlUmti of uriniinienls. Thu bureau of the comu'.lsstoti iiitimUted a ttsntiilh H Tor study of the Imsla of the Hfuii'ity irojecl. This program roiislnied of live mnfn purls: The Program Kirs I, drafting of (rocillcH of ar- ittrallon; Secondly, proposal for thu draft- ing or optional agreements luv- Iweon Ihe nations, for the ohltga- lory arbitration nf nil disputes. Thirdly, unman res for pvomol- Inn of security agreements. Kourthly, tlevehipiuents nneRlhlo In mat-hinory of the l.eutsiiQ nt Nations... which- will enable.; the rneinhrr.i M pL-r-'-n-m their duties umlor the League covenant. Fifthly, schemes for llhutirhil slat a tiro of thu slates Ihul aro e victims of nggreKsiim. The commission named its sec- retaries of its HuljcoininlHslouK legates- 1 hflstl, Kihl'ind, arbitra- tion; I'olllis, (.iruece, auc-urlly, timl llollnnil, articles of the covenant. IJiiluUin Miirkovlc. Jugoslavia, ftiiuii .'thai, il was necessary to find u form of treaty, to lie alr.nud hy aU Uial would supply Llin dulk'lf-uey mid muke private trralles' unnecessary. 1, Collaborate Efforts Coiinl Von (.lermanv, sserteil ihnl Ctermany was ready lo cblhihornto aU BUcurlly ef- forlH. ,.Mut Ilift. commission's real object, he unlit, innsl he to siip- >HH war as n means of soUling Intermilfunnf tliAjJntes. Pacific Hell luii) ant of ill] dls- pntGri. he argued, wus unsriilile mi- tier Ihe Lcamin ot' Nation.i cove- nant mid the HntMO luteruatlonut Court treaty. DlsarmamonL confi roes iren- erally' were astounded ul news, published loday, of Urn interview given in Warsaw hy .Marshal P1I- tnulskl. Polish dtrhitnr, In 'which he slated that he spent all of one night, ]aet week, considering whether lo jnoljIliKC UKJ army, he- cause l.Hlnianiu a" ft- was report- ed to he REPORT DEATHS DUE TO COLD Here's Your Date .u IUL au KRdloii Kggleston home- When he quit iodny. will work, a monlli :IKO, and stopped pay Ing rent. Kggleston lold him lo move, he informed the illft- trlcl attorney. Frazer is said lo have a wife and five children re- sldfng Canada. REVENUE INCREASE AMOUNTS TO MADISON, of the Madison for the monlli of November amounted to 77, marking an Increase of over thai of Kovemher, IftSG, it was Tlfc FRIDAY p. m. WaukeBha No. 37. y. A. M. p, Equitable FYaternal union. p. m. Daughters of Union Veterans. m. American Legion Auxiliary sewing circle. annannced today by William A. Devlnc. Postmaster SATURDAY p. m. "Old San Fran- court ordered him out of the rlsco." Park theater. Divorce Prevents Celebration of 50th Anniversary CHICAGO .Mr mul TiTrs. l-'red Lehman, hail to livfj together -10 fours lo liinl out thai llioy isroc, liul iinw, with 10 of to llii'ir marital experience, neither is very lumil a (iulik-ll wodiliiu: luii. They wc-vo granlort 11 nivnrio nl'U'i .liulgi- .loseph Stib- itll had uvgeil them lo bet-dnip nclled ami celcbnitr tlu-ii1 mnlvorsary They ik'i-aili' :IKO when nnlon-d Mrs. (.di- n's brother mil of (lu-ir Vow Iliey have divided Ihrir prop- erly- -enough lo admit thoni to lifteri'ill homes for the HKCil. I.i'hiiian is 7fi, and Mrs. l.uluiian, S6. HE UK iiukCKha has reason lo hnast of Hie suriii'H.ifiil inul noteworthy numerous rlnhs ;inil orjiiinliciitioiis ii'rnmpllslinnMils anil which furnish not only rccrrnliun for LmC information anil ednfiuion. A now Hnli, rwiuilly orennixiMl vVaukcsha. lias ntnv hognii act- i1 work and liaii Ms olli- cors anil drawn up UK TOnslihilion. 11 Is Ilic The Jlnslf Ktinly clul. headed liy Mrs. Waller t'ulil- woll, as presifiunt. Oilier nllicors Include: vice-presi- dent, Mrs. 10. Sniarl; scrrclary, Mrs. Ward May; irpaniircr, Mrs. Williilni Stare. the iiiL'iiihertiliip is limit- ed In lull Iv.-mty, amf" has nlmn.st reached il.s it u-jr, jiui known for anyone wishing In ninkc application for membership Ilial Ilicru nrc still a fuw vacan- r.jc.i. [eligibility for membership t'on- aisfs of tin; alilllty lo or play musical instrument in public erfoi'inance. as well as in (he cllllb's privnlu programs. jiA etiroaoloKy of UuH.Hian m.Viiic opura and '.tie L-allcl will Ilir wnrk. tu'iiiik's Ilio sftniy of ojii-ras wlili-li licliiK prusmlcd this .li'lison lii Mihvaula'O. (ho first lo 111! .Ti'urlH of Ilie U'alf-I'Vrrari. U, S, HAS LESS HONEY TILL INSURGEHNTS MEETING; BLAINE AND'VV-' -v (U.IO r who recyiilly hui fM-rsidcullLil: vjntr.; was ul for majority leadership 'pi" Ihu SL'imlo ul u oaiiL'.iKi LJ, V. ataon. ciionilnji'l-. M.AISIXKS OltllEHHl) TO is TIIK KASTJ SAN DIEGO. hundred marines, ordered from the San Die- go base, to duty In Honolulu and Shanghai, will sail on January 7, on the transport Henderson. Two hundred nf the party will dlnem- bark at Honolulu and the balance will proceed to .Shanghai. weather wan i of Ihe Hit rising temperatures and snow forei for many parts of the district to- nighl. deaths of tlie season ilir to (old wnre reported in Ciiii-jiK and Bt. I'anl. A man and a w< man tiled from exposure here, and nn man was found dead In SI. Paul. Zero temperatures extended south Inlo Iowa. The mercury rcglale.retl 12 below at St. Paul and Ijclow al f fibbing, Minn. 11 was 15 a hove In Kansas City, 25 in SI. I-onls and Ul In Denver. Warmer weather, was forecast for the area west of the Mississ- ippi, and colder for the Ohio val- cy and lakes regions. Uncle Sum less money In his till lodiiy tluui at Hiiy time since (he World war. The treasury net hula nee for No- vember 30, the last day on wblcFi flguien are available, was an- nounced as and the cof- fei s held even IO-SH loday. With this stnnll tuish surplus on ha ml, thu government is .spending about more daily than it takes in. H may bn before tax- es due Dccciutior Jii, are collected, '.o Dtip-diiy In-asury rcrtiii- i eiicvr'ablu fiom to day, ami with these money 1'rnrn the f-'oflera] Kcscrvi- bank, lo run the government, Under Secretary uf the Trciumy Ogclen Mills, said. The nation is still howi-ver, Mill slated. fin.nv TO FOR nivoiiri; PARIS 11 under- stood. from 'Intimation given his lawyer today, dial Bainliridge Colby has filed suit for divorce in a small French town. ItUsui what he vv-anls And IXMVM a [Ic knowj liul all he tier joU li fist another lie. 1 as assistant lender.. was no contest over two pnstn. IIP caucus tool; up no roinis facing the S.V: Pro litni nary nniuod slin-t aiid'flio iusui'jTciit liltje was rid'- hlrd to reproseiiluiion' on- nuinlUee OH cnnmifttuuu. "-.'..'V Senator Xyu. XoVLh Dakota, was designated lo fiila-1; pluco. This was regarded as offcrhtK. serving noUee'thni: no longer exists Iho "cij'iil I betweL'i] rctjulurs. ami which resulted llmjo years In misting the Ul- Kcnal id's SiniUi, HE tints, anil Vnrr. who face :i lifrhl for Uitiir souls, look purl thu caucus disonssiuus. AfleV- wiird Smith uuluved (lie ttenatc elmmliL'r lo select, a soat. U Is the; lan( seal u Uie lasl to the door al which next week ho may lie barred. Vnrc has a seat Just a row ahead ami also close to thn nxll. of Ilie independents de- cided t liey would ahsent them-. selves from the meeting'hut: they offlcisiUy accepted Iho "olive braueh tendered liy" tlie vcKuiars? mid thry sent. Hotintor re- publican. NoVth DiiUota; one' of thc-lr yionfj, to HIP eiuu'iiH lo .run- fcseiil Ihciii. Nyo hns hucn ti place on Iho committee ou committees which will sulecl rhnirmen of the seriate; coin m Ul ccs. Other erst- while ''ijiHiirKonts" liavo as- sured (hoy will ho treated na regr iilar.s ami ciinirmansliips. nfcor'ltnt; f o rank. Hven- Senator. rciJUluicau, is to yet ihc of the nmnni'arlnrers committee us a further mark of faith. Them is no ul' the wurfart1 which threo ynan in oiisllng- frrim ttin "itf l.tuid. hurt nnd ami Ilio hitc Senator l.n-. I'olleUe. Ihu nniier Imubc coiHaiu- hiK 4s -17 democrats, and I I'armer-liilioriU'. the Ears feel they ciiimol iillovd to dis- miss anyone who may bo of. 'as- sistance, to them in ors.imzlijt; The four independents who ,id they would not attend the conference aro ISorah, Hrookliavt. Inwu; I.aKollo.tte, Wis-'f consin; njnl .Vovrhi, Xcnrnaka.f- S'or.e of them, however, hns ex- pressed open to Ihu orKaiilzlnK .program. They said were staying away because Lho) do not consider the meeting of liiKh. inijiortance, i1 importance.. Ken at or illnim: was also absent. SALARY ODESTiBN BMADE'PRIYATf Their iro arouHcil by too nnich- puljlicfty, tile Hi is .iftorhonn nl. oYlofl; IVPIU inlo -iit ivn .session, lo co MS id or tlifi insiller oT salaries of coun- ty olTicora. Kvc-rvon? Imt nieni- bovs of tho l.oanl from meeting. When tlio special order to con- siilnr snlnrios. cnmc up. Judson Hall, who. yesterday admitted that lio [o Cic Stolen. regard to Uie appointment of a hnraanr officor for county, asked tli at an oxfcutivc session cnMrd. "Hocnnsi1! (lie publicity we are receiving on this (juestion. 1 move you, Mr. Chairman, tliat wo har tlio puljHr from meeting. Chairman Koy Hcndei'son ruled that it was not for tlie boinl fo proceed thus, hut undaunted, the hoard resolved iu-t.-lf i.nto a com- niideo to oonsidrr the salaries re- and tiH'ii en I led a' private ses-   

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