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Madison Wisconsin State Journal (Newspaper) - December 18, 1920, Madison, Wisconsin FROM - A READ ER'S NOTEBOOK KINGS, a s well a s th e p ro le ta ria t, ; h a w been p lay in g h ill ia n ls for n early 400 year* . I t Is a g r e a t ' gam e, billard*? Is. a te s t f sk ill and b ra ins and nervy*.*. As one d riv e s tho b a lls a b o u t i t Is d o u b tfu l lf j BILL one in a th o u san d know s STARTED tire s to ry o f the gam e. . T W illiam K ew inven ted it. H ew w as a p aw n � broker in lo n d o n . H isto ry te lls u s th a t K ew. a t tim e s w hen b u sin ess w as alack, grew in to th e h a b it o f rem oving tho th re e g ilt halls, th a t se rv ed a s a ! sign on h is shop, and shoved them a round a tab le , h i tt in g one w ith the o th e r w ith a y a rd stick . T h e id ea of a gam*' w ith ru le s on a spec ia l tab le and w ith Ivory b a lls in s ta lled its e lf in h is m ind. H e developed it and b illiards is Hie resu lt. T he in v en to r 's g iven nam*', you ae*- w as Bill. H e d rove th e ti "ut halls abound w ith a y a rd s tic k . So i t becam e "B ill-y a rd s." And a g a in the in v en to r's la s t nam e w as Hew. T h e y a rd stick la te r th ey ca lled a "K ew ." N ow it is a ru e , p ronounced th e sam e, hu t spelled d ifferen tly . It c e r ta in ly is odd, th e beg in n in g of 1 th ings. . . .w Pleas?' luring b ack to u� fo r C h r is t� m as a l ittle b it o f th e sp irit o f urrself- ishm w s Chat we lowt a f te r we w on the , w ar.s B esto re to u s so m e th in g of th e love th a t . in t h a t w a r tim e, mod* ? D E A R fo lks th in k o f th em se lv es a s j S A N T A th e ir b ro th e rs ' keejicr. C L A U S ti h e Ikuck to us ju s t a sm all m ea su re of th e eacriftcla! Hjiirit th a t m ad e people so a n x io u s "to j do th e ir b it" a rn ' "to do th e ir a ll." . Jive us a l it t le of th e p e rfe c t u n � it? n sa n d in g th a t m ost fo lks h a d then of th e ir social o b lig a tio n s und re sp o n � sib ilities. G ive us m o ra l pow* r am i cou rag e , to win the v ic to rie s o f pence a s easily aa we won th e v ic to ries in w ar. W e will keep o u r h e a r ts w ide open to receive th ese g ifts , S a n ta C laus. W e guet*a th a t 's a b o u t a ll w?* have to say. HERE'S ANOTHER CHANCE TO FILL L ' J. McWilliams, manager of the Grand theater, State street, has turned over his playhouse to the Empty Stocking club for Monday afternoon, when canned fruits, potatoes and other veg- * . etables will serve as admission tickets. *'Three Gold Coins," featuring Tom Mix, is the attraction for the afternoon. Mr McWilliams says it is the best picture Mix ever made. Bags, baskets and barrels will be placed in the lobby of the Grand as receptacles for the foodstuffs, all of which will be turned over to Madison needy through the Empty Stocking club, If you can't give foodstnffs, money will be accepted and will go to the club. Two shows will be given-the first at 2 P. M. and the second at 3:30. City Edition EIGHT PAGES VOL. 136. NO. 78. 81*t Year. MADISON, W1S., SATURDAY AFTERNOON, DECEMBER 18, 1920. PRICE THREE CENTS BOB READY FOR FLOOR FIGHT MANY HELP; PUT BENEFIT " OVER BIG" Fifty Performers, Fifty Aides and Crowd Insure Happy Christmas for Madison's Poor People FAMOUS WAR HERO TAKES OWN LIFE IN LOS ANGELES HOTEL Lieut. P at O 'Brien Shoots S e lf A fter Failure at R e� conciliation W ith W ife, M ovie A ctress; Leaves N ote Branding Self A s Coward / l 'p to a c e r ta in po in t in th e ed u ca � tion o f a boy ever)' m an is an in te lle c � tu al g ia n t to h is son. T here '* n o th in g th a t dad d o e sn 't know. Hr* aoiVM w ith e sse every difficult pr?>blcm th e boy b r i n g s him from S H O W I N G web ooh U P He tell* bim how to D A D bound h is n a tiv e s ta te ; arid c a n 'a l l off th e oy, w hile in h is voice th ere it. th a t w hich says. T in su rp r .w d you do n 't know th a t lit t le th ing , d a d !" T hen dad s i ts d?�wn to w ork th e problem , b u t an h o u r k ite r w hen the liny a sk s fo r th e an sw er, he say s, "W illiam , I th in k i t s tim e fo r you to gi> to b e d '" H e h as flu n k 'd a t hist! H e is a def?*ated m an . H is c a re e r a* in te llec tu a l hero is a f an end, bu t It is w ith no f**eling of h u m ilia tio n th a t he re a lise s h is child is a lre ad y re a c h � ing out beyond h is own ed u ca tio n a l lim ns. I t 's a wwe fa th e r w ho can I keep u n im p a ired h is re p u ta tio n fo r I know ing ev ery th in g . And. b y th e w ay, w h a t's th e a n sw e r I to the wood ? p rob lem u bou t th e lo rd of | N ew spaper (tar a g ra p h ia s like to p ek e fun a t a d v e rtisem e n ts an n o u n cin g th e loss a t an "o p e n -fa r ud m a n s w a tch ." W ho an d w h e e is th is oi*en- f j rd m an ? th e y ffiquirc. B u t, tru ly , he Is no Joke. O PEN th e o p en -faced m an . Alay FA CED his th 'b e in e r t* ss. M A N Tin* co u n ten an ce ?�f th? o p en -faced m an is no m ask, concealing guile. H is c h a ra c te r is w ritte n on IL so th a t a ll can read , fo r h e h a s n o th ing w hereof to be a s h a m � ed. T hen open face is an open book. H rranrbilng m e tap h o rs , one m ay say th e oiH*n fa r# is �lie> a m irro r, re ce iv � ing am i ref!* .'tin g light, T he co u n � ten an ce of tho o p en -faced m on la a '. le e r in g I llu m in an t w hen o th e r m en's face*? a re shad o w ed by gloom and dewpoJr. Hut he is no p ro fess to n a S u n n y Jim . T h e lig h t in h is co u n ten an ce i s ' th e fa ith th a t is in h is h e a r t end o th e r m on find s tre n g th a n d t e n rag e in h is p rc s- e s c a D espite th e p .? rag rap h ere. the-** a rc indeed �ia*h p e rso n s a s open-fucod m en. T h ere a rc m a n y of them . b u l s t i ll not enough . H crip tu ro give*? honorabl? m ention to th e m en of open face, for in C o rin th ian s, it is w ritte n : " W e all w ith open fo re behold ing a s in a m ir � ro r th e g lory o f th e Lord, a re t r a n s � form ed in to th?* sam e im ag e from glory to glory." V A RIED and in te res tin g p rogram , c lassified ui>o sold cop ies oif the W is� consin l i t e r a r y M agazine and o f T he W isconsin Sta te Jo u rn a l, d o n a ted to in- c.r!son and AI ber! A beg� in#, tin* boy C aruso*, in H a rm o n y N u m � b er. G retchon Ke-xwner, in F a iry D ane#; S tiiniu k b?*rg a n d J onion, p re � se n tin g H*mgs o f to?lay; Ju l ia H a n k * V agabond Dan.x ; R enniston W rig h t. Wit* annul School of M usic, baritono . aocom panied by Mr*. G eorg ia H yde; movie* do n a ted by A rth u r I K**onri�iux of th # Hi "ami th e a te r , an d F. J . H e � w n Hams of the G ru n t th e a te r . H a w a i� ian s . x:?'I',?*. Jo h n P rn n ew ell, W hin ie r School of Musk*, leader, Mi** I a* 11 ti a Foe* I icon M organ, lM e* Ko m in d , lU v P ride ami T h o m as T ie rn ey ; Ja c k I ' a rso n 0 a re ankeii fo r th e son and I*.OOO fo r the fa th e r , T h e acc id en t o ccu rred a t u ra ilro ad c ro w in g in th e tow n of B urke. A c� cord ing t?� th e com pla in t, th* tw o o c � cu p an t* o f th?* e a r w ere not aw are of th e a p p ro ach in g tra in u n til they w ere s tru c k . T hey say th ey h?*ar?i no b**U or w histle , ti ult th*- a p p ro ach in g tra in wa* h id d en from view by in e m b a n k � m en t, b u ild ings and bu*! * - anil tn.*t th o w e a th e r w is foggy. T he cro ssin g I* sa id t?� be th roe o r fo u r feet �l*uve th e com m on g ra d e .# T h o boy w as th row n ' 0 feet nnd the t ra m w as trav e lin g a t h igh Speed, th?* com p la in t s ta te s . I le su ffe red a f r a c � tu re d sk u ll that, w ill n e c e ss ita te in - s�*r?ion of plat* .*?, h is r ig h t leg w as broken an d he su s ta in ed o th e r in ju ries . T h e fa th e r w as th ro w n IT? to 2*� f**et, had h is leg broken am i received nth? r in ju rie s . RA TE FIGHT TO SUPREME COURT MILWAUKJPIK W ith th e ad v en t of the ho lidays. M ilw aukee, w hich ha* been co m p ara tiv e ly free of crim?' all year, ha* b i n *uu?'k by a w ave of lawl?*ssn*?�is ran g in g from m in o r bu r- g la r i i 'e 'to b lackm ail, w h ite s lav ery a n i t ra in holdups. Official* he re d ec lare it is a jsirt of tho crim*' w ave sw eep in g th** ?*ountry, as d'*scrih?*d by M ayor l iy la n in New York. T h ey a tt r ib u te it la rg e ly to un- em ploym en t. Monte SO,OOO m en h ave been in id off h e re a in ee S ep tem ber. Pollee an d federa l a u th o r it ie s today a re sea rc h in g for a w om an here, be - J k* veil to i*e a lead er in a w h ite a la very ring , :ut th e resu lt of tho tes tim o n y of a 1 0 -y i.ir-o k l g iri. \ r DVN YORK W ith . >n* m ore m an I sh o t by a b a n d it, N ew Y ork's - crim e w ave co n tin u ie l today . C a rl T iede tn an n , an a u to m o b ile .mW? m an, w as held up and fa ta lly wounded by a h ig h w ay m an on a lonely *!re e t far* u plow ri. uM be a rm ed , h o � tel door* kep t locked, tho police n o ti� fied w hen large su m s o f m oney w ?m to be I rsn .s fc ru d an*! ?dh*?r p ro m o � tion* tak en . T h e W om en's R ep u b lican c lub, th ro u g h Mn?. Ja m es G. W ent#, pres', den t. w nH e M ayor l l y tan u rg in g iran to c a ll out th e m ilitia . Ju d g e Rosa! sky, fro m th e b e r cli, suggest*si o rgan isation , of a chis* ne v ig ilan ce .?oimnittee. G o v ernor Pm ith w a s a w a itin g re - aicipt o f a r**eolutton o f th o rttcrling Hi Ivor M an ufatS u*ers' tm sociation a.sk m g b e tte r t*?*�cc pr?>tec*tioM. M eanw hile th e pollee w ere h u n tin g th?* i>uislits who m u r d ir id H dw in An- ilrrw s, jew?der, in liis office; th e m?*n who held up fo u r jiersoris hi th* A stor hotel, and Ahs* slayer* who sh o t a nnui ti?** t im?.* anil left hi* boily ly ing in th?* e t re e t in H arlem . L ucille Brooks, Jo h n K uv a n a u g h and N icho ls* l i g i 'w h w�*r** lim ier a r "**st to d ay in co n n ec tio n w ith tin* killing ?>f I\>lice L ie u ten a n t H o rton , who tried to h a lt th**ir autom obih* a f te r a holdup. M ichael l a r v w i i w us held u s a m a � te ria I wain*.-a. HALF BROTHER OF WINSLOW DIES H w art8, w as f?er- a g o tty tw o n u m . r liner)' and a js�- we**k. \Va**ii they e r in to sn u!leg**d sh** **s ai** ii and . Th** girt, I koto th *uod�*d (*> go to Cl en w ho p rom ised I sition pa) ing |.V> t a tte m p ted to force d is re p u ta b le hotel, w as picked up by Mr. S eym our w as a n ed ito ria l w r i t� er fo r th e N ew York W orid an d a fo r� m er C h icago n e w sp a p e r m an . l ie w ut c ity ed ito r o f th** M ilw aukee N ew s from 1473 to 1H82 S u rv iv in g Mr. S ey m o u r a re h is w id � ow an d th ree daughter'* . Mrs. C. C. G rove and Mrs. Rex Jones, vhiicigo, and Mrs. Jo sep h A lbert. N* >t been rece ived from An au to , p lan ted " tra in p reced ing top a f te r h ittin g i* ho ldup in*-ri in in th e freigh t C lllC A G t) A bom b ex pi? te r in g a1) th e w indow s in hand! nill? H ep- ch. PAPERS HERE IN PILLMAN CASE R euu isition w;m mad** to Gov. K. It. l*hiHpp by th e - la je a t In d ia n a lo*lay fo r th e re tu rn of Mrs. G lady* C rocker, wIio is declared to hav# k iilnaped fl ch ild . T he l i t t le g irl is th e daughter* of M ra (v'oek�'T an d l l . B illm an, a form?*r huslvand. Th** child wu-s aw ard ed to th e m o th e r. Stie c lu iin s B illm tui. liv � in g in In d ian a , k idnaped -the child from I her. Khe In tu rn w ent to* In d ia n a and J took Hie child hai'k w ith her. Bi lima r* wa; . >! r*s. C ro ck er a re***ed j I'vn a c h a rg e of k id n ap ing . Mrs. Crock* j er rouble* In flocio#. N O P R E S E N T S ; S T R I K E lit IM RAY'. Iridift-k'ive th o u san d mill h an d s w ent on sink?* here w hen th e ir d em an d s fo r g if ts of c lo th fo r th e fe s � tiv a l o f D iwali w ere re fused . M IL W A U K E E - W isconsin c it* tig h t a g a in s t th* 3 ** c en ts ; ra ilro ad Yare to the U n ited Htat? p re s to c o u rt today. N?*tlco o f th** appeal w a s Ile*! th e fed era l d is tr ic t court hi to by I u ty A tto rn ey General M Bv Olbri Ari or?!? r w as burn* >li i!nth � a u to trill' K, a f t ' ' i* s i a k in g up the ?*Te w. Inform . a io n Ii to ie s n I. '..O il hand* of D istric t Vt t?>i ney W . C. exposing * L a? kina I Pl**; sr filch. said . has blist f lu ' W I'.ti th y Mi keoans of a t least. $1 .SO,OOH, T he a rin g is Iie in g int re*t .gatet , OU' w.m d sla ( *sJ, | h* rid it>g sigi mg of Zaie* A time b a n d it e a r ly l.tsi n ig h t Mt.f J�*w*?lry, T he hold Up *'.*?**> as a clim ax of a ?lav of crmi? d u r i n g w hich an a t t e m p i w a s m a d to rob a bank m e revenger in th a p lan w h r re b v they arui I ta ly wit! *imultan**i>ual> v i t h - il iaw lh * ir aHibannailorH frmn Ath**ft*. leav ing only c h a rg e d 'afTairrn t�� li>ok a f te r th* r inter***!*, th** foreign orth**? allumine* od un tl-K trikn p ro � v ision a g a in s t w o rk e rs in int?*g*tate> com m erce . Jo ineil w ith h im a re m anv sen a to r* who re g a rd such leg isla tion ; a* unw ise . T ho u g h th o se n a te adopt*-?# th e a n ti- s tr ik e p rov ision of th e C u m � m in* law , w hich la te r wer*' re je c ted* se n tim e n t on th e su b je c t fyo* u n d e r� gone a chang*?. W I L L D E F E N D B I L L S e n a to r Rolmlt x tcr. a u th o r o f th#* hill, dixJar? d he woui?l v igoro tisiy o p � pose La F o llette whcn�rv?;r he e x ile d u p h is rec*>nsid e ra tio n m otion . Poin - d e x te r could m ove to lay L a FolleAt* a m otion on th* tab le , b u t , he s a id tow liny, ho will n o t do so. I urn q u ite w illin g to le t th e op-� porten ts ol th?* m e a su re d e b a te a ll thev- w;*nt to on tho m otion to reco n sid e r." ' .cud Boind* ?t?*r. "T h e vo te on th a t m otion will, o f co u rse , indli a te p r t 't tv c le a r ly how th� se n a te s ta n d s tm th?* hill its e lf . F r ie n d s o f th# bill c an m u s te r m ore vote* on a reco n sid e rs - tion th a n they cou ld on a m otion ta� tab le , w hich w ould be rcg iird ed bv* som e a s u n fa ir , I - -cause i t e liu ts off d* - h in is ts a hi? h i th** I Sill' e p r nee T H IR D P A R T Y H I N T E D i >r I , F o lle tte w as th e prim?*. o f ft m ee tin g o f lib e ra ls F r id a y hall o f th o In te rn a tio n a l M a- inion, th?* av*>w#*d purt�oe*? or h to fu r th e r th o inter**sts o f *. leg is la tio n , bu t th� real i w hich, tt is h in ted , w a s to eetl* o f i new p a rty . Bena to r IgL F idh tt#, th e re .*nt a t the m ee tin g , H *nator .M aryland, a re p re sen tu tiv # N orris '.'eti e*l I cd Cloudy Air. Cot n o r th w e tt w inds. to n ig h t. fa ir . n tinued cold. S un d ay L ight M IL W A U K E E C olling of a f .'.cr. g ra n d ju ry ab o u t Ja n lf*, to condu? f new pro! hi in to u l l 'v - d who Ie ho] liijuor la a v io la tio n s In th*- eas te r distil? t of W bu'onstn , anre.??***! mum ti?*tit today. Th** ju ry , w h ich recen tly comp!* a prots* of th** �-ituati��n an d re tu r indictW tents a g a in s t 10.7 $>? rsons, w as d ism issed b? i 'e iie ra l Ju dge G eiger y e s te rd a y , a f te r b e ing held a s a epe*Ja l in v es tig a tin g body. D ism issa l resulte?! fro m th e adoption of a re so lu tio n , ad d reseed t?> W lv o n n in congTeummen, ?Lf�ktng them t?> tsk e stet?* to iunetid o r rep ea l th e VoUiteaLl law ITie ju ry w as e**ns'ir tin a dem o cra t. M oundsvii I# p rison , .# th e re su lt of a Warr?- n H. S tone . Die I sh o o tin g crowing oc t o f the p res,.ct E t c p.ii. k U. How*'. in d u s tr ia l war L lw i s n ' coal o p e ra to rs Hudiii* st on of T ex a s , W an d m in e r * in M ingo c o u n ty . �'oie w.m ator-eie* f laidd o f X ort I cha rg ed w th Killing C m est Le** Ripley, o th e r na tto n a l f ig u res w l a stat� pol ii em un a t V ulcan , n e a r hi re. d en cies T hose se re p re sen t who a tte n d e d v ska. a r* of Mass. E . B WILLIAMS MA Y QUIT U. S. JOB M IL W A U K E E -Bi. te rtia l revsnu* coll** sin . w ill re sig n w Rill Ai i ep t a jsjs itio n *�ff* \ \ 'is4n.Hin R an k ers' U ilii., ins, In - fo r W iscon- few w eeks to to him by th� so* tat ion, ac - I .-i W. H Jo h n s to n , he n a tio n a l M achinists*, ut I su re , finally issu?*d ii I d a r in g th a t th? rn* s tir ) cd ty d isc u ss na- in* f* . int? rc s t� *>f "p ro g re ss A m ong those wh > a fo rd in g to ru m or* in M ilw aukee, .Mr W illiam s a d m itte d th a t ho i� e n te r � ta in in g a p i '(position fro m the hankers* o rg an iza tio n , b u t sa id h** had m ad e no d e fin ite plans. MINE WORKERS RE ELECT LEWIS IND!ANAL*�LIB Jo h n L. !.iia] p resid en t of the U n fe d M ine W o rk e is ' o f Anier- l

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