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Madison Wisconsin State Journal (Newspaper) - February 18, 1920, Madison, WisconsinWEA THER WARMER TI TV 7"IheWisco Ie Journal VOL. 134, NO. 139. 81st Year. MADISON, WIS., W EDNESDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 1 8 ,1 9 2 0 . FOURTEEN PAGES PRICE TW O CENTS ENTENTE ASKS WILSON ADVICE U. S. PROBER FURTHER SUGGESTION ON ADRIATIC INVITEDINC A L L E D ELROY CASE Federal Prohibition Commis# sioner Investigates Poison W ine Facts; Borchard May Face Charges Conciliatory Tone to Allied Reply Reported; Text Not Yet Public; Bonar Law Emphasizes Need of Good Understanding With America BY R O B E R T S. A L L E N C K. M A R TIN , d e p u ty fed era l p ro h ib itio n m arsh a l, re ach ed . K lroy to d ay an d s ta r te d a n in � v e s tig a tio n of c irc u m s ta n c e s s u r � ro u n d in g use o f th e red w ine th a t cau sed tw o d e a th s a f te r a p a rty , an d of th e m a n n e r In w h ich ll w as o b � ta in ed . M artin , a s s is te d b y D is tr ic t A tto r � n ey C lin to n U. lY lce, in te rro g a te d se v � e ra l w itn esses, a m o n g w hom w ere im � m ed ia te re la tiv e s of th e v ictim s. A b ro th e r of M rs. N e llie W ard gave P ro se c u to r 1'rlco a p in t b o ttle in w h ich s till re m a in e d a sm all sw allow o f w hisky . T his, he sa id , h ad been fo u n d in M rs . W a rd 's room . T ho b o t� t le reek s o f wood alcohol. T h e s to ry a d v an ced by Jo h n W ard , th o b ro th e r. Is th a t th e po isonous w h isk y w as ad d ed to th e w eak sw ee t w ino to p u t "som e sn a p in to th e stu ff." T he s to ry alia* w as lea rn ed from se v � e ra l c h u m s of Jo h n H a r t, young so l� d ie r w ho is one of tho dead. th a t H a rt, w hile a t w ork S a tu rd a y n ig h t l i f te r th e p a rty , blew h is b re a th ln(o the fa re* of sev e ra l lei low w o rk ers and b o asted of h a v in g h ad som e "hom e brew stu ff." An in v es tig a tio n of th is in fo rm a tio n b ro u g h t rep o rt* th a t Mrs. N ellie W ard h ad a tte m p te d to m ake som e so -ca lled "hom e brew ," b u t w h e th e r It tu rn e d o u t bad o r w as s till unfin ished , th e "s tu ff" w as no t u sed a t th e p a r ty S a tu rd a y n ig h t. JO H N DOE IN Q U IR Y F R ID A Y T h e liq u o r u sed a t th e d e a th fe a s t w as b ro u g h t to K lroy by th a n k B a r � ch an !. bag g ag em an on th e N o r th w e s t� ern . T h is Is c e r ta in . B o rch ard ta iled to a p p e a r on h ts re g u la r run w hich reach ed Filmy u t & a. rn. I PC Chry to C hicago b m u g h t In fo rm atio n th a t he w as III. INHire. It is understo o d , h ave B o m b ard u n d e r su rv e illan ce . Ho p ro b ab ly will bo b m u g h t to Filmy f r i � d a y fo r th e In v estig a tio n . T he tw o I .a rs e n girl*, C e lla arid Mabel, c la im ed to be too III to s ta n d a c m s s -e s a m ln a - tlo n y e s te rd a y . T h ey Inform ed D ep � u ty M artin an d A tto rn ey I Vice th a t th ey w ould be re ad y fo r q u estio n in g a f te r th e fu n e ra ls . T h e Jo h n Doe p m eeed in g s will lie co n ducted FYIday. D is tr ic t A tto rn ey P rice believed th a t B orch ard d o u b tle ss w ould be ch arg ed w ith v io la tio n of th e p ro h ib i� tio n a c t on se v e ra l co u n ts an d also w ith m an s la u g h te r . T h e w h isk y b o t- W A S H IN G T O N -T he a llies h ave a sk ed P re s id e n t W ilson to m ak e f u r th e r su g g estio n s for se ttle m e n t o f th e A d ria tic qu estio n , acco rd in g to a v a ilab le In fo rm ation to � day a s to th e c o n te n ts of th e rep ly to W ilson 's p ro te s t a g a in s t th e proposed se ttle m e n t. T h e re p ly w as decoded a t th e s ta te d e p a r tm e n t b u t It w as sa id It will no t be m ade p u b lic an d th a t th e te x t of W ilso n 's o rig in a l p ro te s t a lso would be w ith h eld . A t th e w hite house It w as sa id th e re wa* no im m ed ia te In � ten tio n of m ak in g pub lic e ith e r d o c u � m ent. W ilso n 's In tim a tio n th a t th e tre a ty m ig h t be w ith d ra w n from th e sen a te , lf th e a llie s p e rs is t In th e ir course , w as m et, it wa* re p o rted , w ith a d e c � la ra tio n th a t th e a llie s do not w an t th e U n ited S ta te s to s ta n d aloof, or to re ca ll th e A m erican sh ip s an d me'n In th e A d ria tic p a tro l. T h e p re s id en t. It is believed, will a n sw e r th e a llied no te by o u tlin in g a co u rse of ac tio n w h ich w ould he a c � cep tab le to him . D E N IE S H A R S H N E S S LO N D O N - A ndrew B o n ar I.aw , g o v ern m en t spokesm an, sp e a k in g In th e house of com m ons today , denied re p o rts th a t th e a llies a t f irs t d ra fte d a h a rsh , u n com prom ising rep ly to P re s id en t W ilson 's A d ria tic note. "K very body Jn th e g o v e rn m e n t u n � d e rs ta n d s the su p rem e im p o rta n ce of a good u n d ers tan d in g w ith th e U n ited S ta te s ," B onar L aw d eclared . H is s ta te m e n ts w ere In rep ly to a q u estio n by S ir E d w a rd C arson , who asked fo r an ex p lan atio n o f re p o rts th a t a b ru sq u e reply to th e p re s id e n t's note w as d ra fte d im m ed ia te ly a f te r its rece ip t and la te r ch anged w hen V is � coun t G rey and la ird Cecil In te r � vened. C a rso n 's q u estions w ere based on F 'reneh n ew sp ap er rep o rt* w h ich d e � c la red th e alite* ch anged th e ir h a r s h � ly w orded d ra ft o f a rep ly to W il� so n 's no te only a f te r B ritish lead ers had po in ted out it m ig h t s tra in r e la � tio n s betw een the U nited S ta te s and th e a llies, possibly lead ing th e p re s i� d e n t to c a rry out h is th re a t to w ith � d raw from K uropean a ffa irs . CAR LINE HEADS GIVE ULTIMATUM O N E -M A N CARS A N D P A V IN G COST R E L E A S E . OR R E D U C E D S E R V IC E . C H O IC E O F F E R E D (T u rn to p ag e 14. co lum n 4) REPARATIONS HEAD RESIGNS PA R IS - M. Jo n a r t, p re s id e n t o f th e re p a ra tio n s com m ission , h a s resigned , it w as sa id today . JT e m le r M iller- und ha* offered th e position to A ndre T ard ieu , b u t T a rd le u baa not accep ted IL MA Y BOOM COST OF BEING SICK CHICA GO- T h e cont o f be ing sick will so a r lf a sch ed u le o f p rice s p ro � posed by th e C h icago M edical S ociety to d ay is ad o p ted by physic ian*. T h e m ax im um fee fo r a "call," u n � d e r th e new schedu le , I* boosted from IS to 115. O th e r p rice s schedu led w ere: N ig h t calls, JIO to ISO. O p e ra tio n s Invo lv ing f ra c tu re d ribs, too to $500. M ajor o p era tio n s . $1,000 to $10,000. A g en era l in c re a se o f IOO p e r c e n t j is p roposed fo r a ll m edical work. R ed u ctio n in s t r e e t c a r se rv ice if th e ir su g g e s tio n s to th e Jo in t council an d c itix en s' ra ilw a y in v es tig a tin g co m m ittee w ere n o t acceded to w as In su b s ta n c e th e u ltim a tu m p re sen ted by official* of th e M adison R ailw ays co m p an y a t th e co m m itte e h earin g last n igh t. R ep lacem en t o f a ll It* c a re w ith one m an cars , e lim in a tio n of a ll p av in g charge* to th e com pany , ex tension* to th e confine* o f th e c ity to be paid in p a r t by p ro p e rty h o ld e rs benefited, an d d e fe rm en t of p ay m en t of i ts deb t to c ity , w as th e p ro g ram fo r Im prove� m en t o f M ad iso n 's s t r e e t c a r se rv ice p re sen ted to th e In v e stig a tin g co m � m ittee by officers o f M adison R a ilw ay s com pany , an d th e ir a tto rn e y . D ts 'la rin g u*e of o n e -m a n c a rs w ould re su lt in b e tte r se rv ice 4s well a s cu t th e c o m p an y 's o p e ra tin g expen ses, now so heavy a s to re n d e r im p ro v em en ts a lm o st im p o ssib le , D udley an d H ugh M ontgom ery, officers of th e com pany , an d FL J. B. S ch u b rin g . a tto rn e y foi th e co ncern , su b m itte d d a ta In a n sw e r to C ity A tto rn ey R y an 's co m p ila tio n s on b eh a lf o f th e c ity . A n o th e r m ooting will be held nex t T u esd ay n ig h t, a ig re t a s ha* lawn th e e ase th u s fa r, a t w hich th e co m p an y ag a in will be p e rm itte d to p re se n t Its side. DETECTIVE WAS POOR CUSTOMER L O N D O N - B ecause th ey tr ie d to sell a r in g w o rth 20 c e n ts to a d e � tec tiv e fo r $10, J o h n D onovan and C harlo* B urcholl a re In Jail. T he tw o m en m et th e d e te c tiv e in a s t r e e t c a r. J T h ey c la im ed to h a v e s to len th e rin g from a d ru n k e n sa ilo r. CHOKES TO DEATH ON FALSE TEETH PLAN FAILS FOR LA FOLLETTE TALK F R IE N D S U N A B L E TO A R R A N G E M E E T IN G BECAUSE OF S E N � A T O R 'S IM P A IR E D H E A L T H D esp ite a tte m p ts o f hi* friend* to a r ra n g e a m eeting In th e assem b ly ch am b er of th e cap ito l T h u rsd a y n ig h t, S en a to r Rol*ert M. L a F o lle tte will not speak d u rin g hi* p re sen t vi*!t here. T he se n a to r h a s n o t been In th e b est of h ealth th e p a s t w in ter, and expect* to go to R ochester. M inn., for an o p e ra tio n in th e sp rin g . F 'riends of the s e n a to r y e s te rd a y m ade a rra n g e m e n ts to o b ta in use of th e assem b ly ch an d ler T h u rsd a y n igh t, In ten d in g to have th e se n io r se n a to r sp eak on "T he L eague of N ation*." FOE REFUSES POLISH DEMAND BF1RLIN-T he G erm an g o v ern m en t ho lds th a t B oland's d em and* fo r d e � liv e ry of G erm an g u ilty a re Invalid a n d re fu se s to fulfill them , It w as lea rn ed officially tod ay . T he B olish d em an d s tra n sg re ss th e a g ree m e n t concluded betw een G erm an y a n d B ol� an d la s t au tu m n , th e g o v e rn m en t holds. DRAFT DESERTER ROUNDUP STARTS W A SH IN G T O N - A m um ) up o f w il� ful d ra f t d e se rte rs Is to tie s ta r te d a t once, th e w ar d e p a r trm-nt an n o unced to d ay . T here a re 173,911 lienal as d ra f t d e se rte rs . T hey will tie v ig o r� ously p rosecu ted , It wa* s ta te d . T H I R T F E N SAYLE HURLS HIS HAT; 1 nu a 1 c a t BLIEDS M E N T IO N E DLOCALS AT EQUITY MEET Mayor Announces Candidacy Printing Firm Head Urged By For Re-election; Says He Friends to Enter Contest; W ill Stand on His Rec- Says He Will Consider ord Plea LENROOT IN DENIAL OF CANDIDACY Tittemore Invited to Address Dane County Convention; Houston Denounces Se� cession Agitators 'T 'H I R T E E N of th e 37 local* in th e I co u n ty w ere re p re se n ted a t th e a n n u a l D ane co u n ty E q u ity m ee tin g w hich opened in th e c o u rt house to d ay . C red en tia l, re so lu tio n and c o n s titu tio n and b y -law s c o m m it� tee s w ere ap p o in ted . T hese co m � m ittee* w en t in to ex ecu tiv e session im m ed ia te ly an d will re p o rt today . M em bers of th e co m m ittees a re , c re � den tia ls . A. I I . Sholtx. O regon: Je sse U tte r , S to u g h to n : G eorge W estby , Sun P ra ir ie ; reso lu tio n s, J . B. H o u s � ton, M ad ison ; C. O. B erg, S to u g h to n ; a n d ' J . FL H olies, D ane; c o n s titu tio n and b y -law s, W . S. Stoppel w orth , C ross P la in s ; O tto M. Olsen, S to u g h � to n ; M iles C. R iley, M adison. T he c o n s titu tio n and b y -law s co m � m itte e w;ia ap p o in ted to d raw up a se t of re g u la tio n s and ru le s to app ly fo r c o u n ty local m ee tin g s . I t wa* found upon ta i l in g th e m ee tin g th a t th e re w as som e q u estio n a s to a q u o r� um. I t w as decided to hold th e m ee tin g n o tw ith s ta n d in g , hu t to d raw up a s e t of ru les to app ly fo r fu tu re m eetings. B U S IN E S S IN C R E A S E S S e c re ta ry J . E. H o g an read th e q u a r te r ly financ ia l rep o rt, w hich w as u n an im o u sly adop ted . T h e re p o rt show * an a p p rec iab le In c rease In v o l� um e of b u sin ess tran sac te d . P re s id e n t ti N. T ittem o re o f th e s ta te un ion an d A rth u r S am pson , *ec- r e ta r y - t r e a s u r e r o f th e n a tio n a l u n � ion w ere in v ited to a d d re ss th e m e e t� ing In th e a fte rn o o n . E lec tio n o f o f � ficer* am! th e re p o rt of th e c o m m it� tee s cam e before th e con v en tio n th is a fte rn o o n . H IT S S E C E S S IO N IS T S J . B. H o uston , s e c re ta ry - t r e a s u re r o f th e s ta te union, de livered a s e n � sa tio n a l ad d ress . H e d enounced th e a tte m p te d m o vem en ts o f secession u n � d e rta k e n by sev era l fo rm e r E q u ity o f � ficial* ousted by th e so c ie ty a t th e la s t s ta te conven tion . "I am n o t going to d e liv e r a n o r a � tion . I am ro ln g to g ive you m en fa c ts ," Mr. H o u sto n dec lared . "You m en a re now h o ld ing a m ee tin g . In th is c ity a t th is tim e a re tw o m en. fo rm e r FJquitv m en, m en w ho w ere th ro w n o u t of th e E q u ity like th ey h av e been e a s t ou t by o th e r o rg a n i� zatio n s. W hy d on't th e se m en face u s h e re In th e open an d tell th e ir s to r ie s ? T h ey do n 't d a re . T h ey ta lk , yes, th e y ta lk , b u t on ly w hen th ey a re su re th e re is no o n e th a t k n o w s th em is a ro u n d "T h e W isco n sin s ta te un ion is an in co rp o ra te d o rg an iza tio n . I w a n t to know w ho it is th a t is p a y in g tty* e x � penses of those m en w ho slink a ro u n d end sa y It Is not. W h at o rg an iza tio n ha* h ired th em to a tte m p t to d is ru p t the Fkjulty so c ie ty ? It is no t h a rd to say w ho th* y a r e or w h a t is th e o r � g a n iz a tio n ." ISS UES F IN A N C IA L D E F I Mr. H o u sto n d ec lared th e s ta te union a t p re se n t ha*- In Its t r e a s u ry about l l ? . f>00. In a ld itio n th e re w ere bond* M AYOR G E O R G E C. 8 A T L E to �d ay an n o u n ced his can d id acy for re -e lec tio n . Im p o rtu n itie s by his f r ie n d s u rg in g him to een low' th is y e a r a g a in , he said , if It had not be*yi fo r th e so ld ier bonus tax o f 2 m ills a n d th e co st of o th e r w a r a c tiv itie s . W h a te v e r reco m m en d a tio n s th e jo in t council a n d c itiz e n s' s tn -e t ra ilw ay in � v e s tig a tin g co m m ittee marl**, would be hi* s ta n d on th e ra ilw a y q u estion . M ayor S ay Ie s ta te d . T h e com m ittee, he said , Wit* com posed o f som e of th e m ost a b le an d pub lic spirit**! m en in M adison. W h a te v e r finding they- mad** a f te r a n in v es tig a tio n , he w ould be g lad to indorse , he said . M ayor S a y le I* se rv in g h is second term . TW O REPORTED MISSING IN FIRE ITM �V TDE NC FL IL I.-T w o p e rso n s w ere re p o rte d m issin g to d ay in a fire w hich p a r tia lly d e s tro y ed th e I jo rra ln e h o te l h e re . PR O M IN E N T In th e po litica l gossip of th e w eek is a su g g estio n of FYank C. R iled, p re s id e n t of th e Riled U rln tln g com pany , fo r m ayor. I t w as s ta te d to d ay th a t c itizen s who h av e confidence in M r. R iled h av e u rg e d him to m ak e th o ru n . b u t th a t th u s f a r h e l a d been n o n -c o m m itta l. Mr. lilied w as fo r e leven y e a rs a p r in te r In th e em ploy of T he W isco n � sin S ta te Jo u rn a l. T w 'cnty-A ve y e a rs ago he lau n ch ed h im self in business, s ta r t in g w ith a o n e -p re ss Job p r in te ry , from w hich th e p re sen t su b s ta n tia l Riled company' h a s g row n. "I t Is t r u s th a t I h a v e been a p � p ro ach ed to ru n fo r m ay o r," Mr. lilied a d m itte d w hen q u estio n ed by a r e � p o rte r . "I h av e no t th o u g h t m uch a b o u t th e m a tte r . T o Ju s tify a m an in seek in g th is h igh office a m an should h av e th e am b itio n to pe rfo rm im p o rta n t public serv ice , and he should !>e called by a public se n tim e n t sh o w � ing fa jth In h is ab ility . T h e ch an ce to se rv e a City lik e M adison w ould he a n h o n o r an d an in sp ira tio n to a n y m an . I do n o t th in k lig h tly of su ch o b lig a tio n s . I sha ll have n o th in g to sa y u n til I h av e g iven th e su b je c t v e ry se rio u s co n sid e ra tio n ." DESCHANEL TAKES REINS OF OFFICE PA R IS- R aym ond P o in c a re to d ay tra n s fe r re d th e p re s id en tia l pow era of F 'rnnce to P au l D eschanel. T h e c e re � m ony too* p lace In th e E ly see P a lace sh o rtly be fo re 3 p. rn. BUTTER PACKING HELD EXPENSIVE ? ( LIBERALS* TO LAUNCH P A R T Y ST. L O U IS- A th ird po litica l p a r ty will c o n te s t fo r th e p re sid en cy In th e com ing cam p aig n a s a re su lt of a n a � tio n a l con v en tio n o f lib e ra l* to l*e held in U hlcago J u ly 3, th e "c o m m it� tee of fo r ty -e ig h t'' an n o u n ced h e re to � day . SAYS KILLING OF LA WYER MISHAP (T u rn to i*age 12, co lum n I) Unsettled tonight and Thursday, probably light snow. Slowly rising temperature. Light southerly wind*. HMH r ia l I i-p u rl b r I . S. 4% r a th e r l l i* r e * u I C ity T em p era tu re P re c ip ita tio n H ig h est !/ west 24 hour* Y esterday L as t N igh t to 7 s. m M adison . . . . 24 4 .02 M ilw aukee . 30 iii .04 c 'Ii lcago . .4 . 38 22 0 G reen Bay . 18 - 12 .02 \V .iv, san I t - 14 . 0 D ubuque . . . >4 12 0 D u lu th ......... IO - I .04 M tnneapolis IS 6 .0 4 La Crosse . -- 8 .02 B A L T IM O R E -G a sp in g fo r b re a th d u rin g an a t ta c k of a c u te Ind igestion , S a ra h FL B lack, 57 y e a rs old, aw at- t lowed h e r fa lse te e th and choked to d ea th . N eighbor* w ho w ere a t her bedside th o u g h t sh e w as n o t se rio u sly ill and w ere n o t a w a re th e aet of te e th ; wa* s tra n g lin g her. PROBE OF HOUSER CHARGES ORDERED W A SH IN G T O N -A tto rn ey G enera l 1 P a lm e r to d ay o rd ered th e d is tr ic t a t - f to rn ey a t P o rtlan d , Ore., to m ak e a th o ro u g h In v e s tig a tio n of th e c h arg es a g a in s t M. H. H o u ser, an official of the U n ited S ta te s g ra in co rp o ra tio n . T he charg e* w ere m ade by th e federa l g ra n d Jury a t Spokane . MVIIIYOY MiK (T ilK H Yes- T em per- R ela tive W ind Gloudi- te rd a y a lu re H u m id ity V elocity ness 24 92 IO IOO 14 17 4 IO Noon 7 p. in. T oday 7 a. rn Noon . Know HOOVER FA VORS RA TIFICA TION 4 41 4 IOO 15 S 4 20 -24 h rs. .4 inches. On g ro u n d 1.1 Inches. H ig h e st te m p e ra tu re 27 a t IO a. rn. Ia>w es t te m p e ra tu re 4 a t 2 a rn. M ean te m p e ra tu re y e s te rd a y 14. Normal 20. T o ta l p re c ip ita tio n since Jan . I, 1.1� in. N orm al 2.40 in. TOBAX IN O TH ER W A R S W arm est In 1913, 50. G oldest In 190*. - 14 W ette s t In 14*2 .43 in ch e a bun se ts at 5:32. N E W Y O R K - H e rb e rt H o o v er m ade know n hi* a t t i tu d e on se v e ra l n a tio n a l and In te rn a tio n a l q u estio n * in a speech before th e A m erican In s t i tu te of M ining an d M e ta llu rg ica l E n g in e ers of w hich he w as u n a n im o u sly e lected p re s id e n t H e d e c la re d for: P ro m p t ra tif ic a tio n of th e peace trea ty . E s ta b lish m e n t of a fed era l b u d � g e t system , R ig h t of em p lo y es to b a rg a in co lectlvely . R e ten tio n o f a la rg e m e rc h a n t fleet to p ro te c t A m erican oversea* com m erce. H oo v er sa id th e re wa* lit t le d a n � g e r of rad ica lism e v e r c o n tro llin g th is country- b ecau se of th e la rg e fa rm e r j p o p u lation . J A GUIDE TO READING I t id in the fo rm o f a hook w hich h a s c lassified anti indexed u nder each ca lling th e p u b lica tio n s th a t lead m o st eas ily to a b e tte r u n d e r � s ta n d in g of one s work. T he book Is b m u g h t o u t by th e A m erican L ib ra ry A ssocia tion , th a t o rg an iza tio n w hich looked a f te r th e re ad in g o f se rv ice m en d u rin g th e w ar, and w hich is In th is w ay a tte m p tin g to follow th em to th e ir hom es. It I* d is tr ib u te d th ro u g h th e W ash in g to n In fo rm atio n B u reau of T h e W isconsin S ta te Jo u rn a l a s a p a r t of th e free se rv ice to read e rs w hich th is p a p er re n d e rs In It* a tte m p t to be helpfu l. Its In ten t is to po in t th e w ay �o a n y m a n in a n y c a llin g to a line o f read in g th a t will th row new lig h t on the w ork he is doing, th a t w ill b rin g him an u n d e rs tan d in g o f th e p rin c ip les b ack o f th a t w ork, th a t will p u t h im in th e p a th of ad v an cem en t. I W E W A N T TO H E L P A M B I T I O U S M E N F'ill ou t the coupon below an d m all It a* Ind ica ted . W h a te v e r y o u r ca llin g find ou t w hat a re th e books th a t w ill h e lp you in IL G et s p e � cific d irec tio n s a s to how to g e t those book*. R esolve on se lf- im p ro v e � m en t today , A N D ACT. (F ill o u t th e coupon. W rite legib ly .) [ J I E W ISC O N SIN S T A T E JO U R N A L IN FO R M A T IO N B U R E A U F re d e ric J . H ask in , D irec to r, W aoli mg ton, D. C.rn I enclose h e rew ith a tw o -c en t s ta m p fo r re tu rn p o stag e on a free copy of Flight H u n d red U sefu l Itooks. N am e .................................................................................................................................... S tre e t A ddress .............................................................................................................. C i t y ..............................................................................S ta te ............................................. CH ICA G O -V ern o n O lds, a n ig h t w a tch m an , to d ay confessed to k illing J a m e s B. G a llag h er, a n a tto rn e y , lost N ovem ber, police s ta te d today . O lds w as a r re s te d in connec tion w ith a ro b b ery an d w hile being q u e s � tioned a u th o r it ie s s ta te d , ad m itte d k ill� ing G a llag h er. T ho sh o o tin g w as acc id en ta l. Olds, c la im ed , He sa id he w as leav in g a bu ild ing , a f te r m ak in g h is ro u n d s as n igh t w a tch m an and ha*! h is rev o lv er cocked and in h is h and . l ie a t � tem p ted to let th e h a m m e r dow n b u t h is fingers w ere cold and it slipped. G a llag h er w as p a ss in g by and the bul j let s tru c k him , cau s in g in s ta n t d ea th . O lds fled but wa* tak e n In to cu sto d y a few d a y s la te r. M 'ADOO REFUSES NAME IN PRIM ARY NEW YORK-W illiam G. McAdoo to d ay declined to p e rm it h is n am e to be voted on it. th** I >ernoeratic p re s i� d en tia l p r im a rie s o f G eorg ia, d e c la rin g * "ev ery e ffo rt should be m ad e to send j u n in s tru c te d d e le g a te s" to th e n a tio n - ' ul co n v en tio n "fro m ev ery s ta te w h e re possible." But. M cAdoo wild. he re g a rd s It "as I tho im perative d u ty of a n y m an to a cc ep t a n o m in a tio n if it sh o u ld com e to him , unso lic ited ." M cAdoo m ade th is s ta te m e n t In a | te le g ra m to M ay o r M iller S. Bell of M illedgeville, Ga., h is boyhood h o m e . t w here h is nam e had been en te red in | th e p rim aries . JOURNAL BUREAU HAS RECORD WEEK Bor tho week en d in g F'eb. 12. T h e ; W isconsin Stat** J o u rn a l's W a sh in g � ton B u reau received 554 le tte rs from read er* of T he S ta te Jo u rn a l. T h is e s tab lish e s a new reco rd fo r th e bu- | r e a u 's w ork. T he W ash in g to n b u reau i* m a in � ta in ed by T he S la te Jo u rn a l to servo ; it* re u d e rs in m an y line*. I ts in fo r� m atio n d e p a r tm e n t is one of its m ost IHipuiar, 208 re a d e rs h av in g su b m itte d q u e s tio n s and rece ived a n sw e rs from F red e rick J . H ask in d u rin g th e week. in ad d itio n to th e q u estio n s , 75 | T end er* w ro te th e b u re au fo r fre e m ea t re c ip e Itooks, 229 re a d e rs w ro te in fo r "F lu " books, on** a sk e d fo r th e booklet on fuel sav in g , w hile 225 re - j q u e sted f r e e ca len d a rs . I In all, 1331 p ieces o f m all w ere se n t , to read er* of T he S ta te Jo u rn a l d u rin g I the w e e k by Mr. H ask in and h is a s � s is ta n ts . j T he p o p u la r ity o f th e W ash in g to n I b u re au is g row ing by leap s an d ' bounds. All se rv ice by the b u re au is free to S ta le J�*nt*n�l W isconsin Senator, Favored By Many to Lead Repub� lican Hosts, Issues Neg� ative Statement _______ I V X T A SirT N U T O N -S e n a to r I rv in g V V I-, la -n ro o t of W isco n sin is n o * a c a n d id a te fo r th e Republicaru house. " l ie w as fo u r y e a rs sp e a k e r of th*** W isconsin ass* m biy . Ho had a g reat; p a r t in th e leg isla tio n th a t drove tho* ra ilro a d s o u t *>f politics. T h a t law** wa* tile first of its kind. an d b a s se rv ed a s ,i m odel fo r o th e r s ta te s an d tho* na tion . Ho w as in s tru m e n ta l in e n � a c tin g tho first d irec t p r im a ry law off W isconsin . " I ti cc o g re ss I .enroo t h as been a s p e � e d ie s t . ii tho ta riff an d co m m erce a n d un I r t4e wood. " P a rk in g b u tte r In tu b s of a sh wood Is a tra d itio n ," B o u sk a said . HIGHER CLOTHES PRICES FORECAST N E W Y O R K - B rices n ex t w in te r i rn III i*e h ig h er th a n a t p resen t, s . p . j H alle, C leveland, p re s id en t o f th e N a - I tarn a l R eta il D ry G oods asso c ia tio n . ) to ld th e a sso c ia tio n 's n in th a n n u a l ! con v en tio n here to d ay . M erch an ts ( a re buy ing th e ir nex t w in te r s to ck s I now, H a lle sa id , a t a d v an c ed p rices. H e sa id he could n o t p red ic t w h e th er p rices w ould c o n tin u e to r ise a f te r I nex t w in ter. WILSON TO REPLY TO RAIL UNIONS WAH K IN G T O N --R n ll w ay un ion offi� c ia ls w ho ta lk ed w ith P re s id e n t W il� son la s t w eek will receive a n o th e r co m m u n ica tio n from th e p re s id en t co n � c e rn in g th e ra ilw a y w age c o n tro v e rsy In a few- d ays, they s ta te d a f te r a c o n � fe rence to d av w ith S e c re ta ry T u rn u lty . P re s id e n t W ilson, It is u n d erstood . will rep ly to th e c o u n te r p roposa l d e � livered to h im la s t H a tu rd ay by ra il� road m en. T h ey su g g ested lie a sk ra ilro ad ex ecu tiv es to agre** to ab ide by th e decision of a Jo in t w age t r ib u � nal w hich would be e s tab lish ed a s q u ick ly a* possib le to in v es tig a te th** wag** d em an d s T h ey naked th a t th is bo done so th a t w hen ra ilro ad un ion h eads m ee t her** F'eb. 2.1 a defin ite p lan of ac tio n m ay be laid before them . ALBAN Y, N. Y.-T h e so v ie t g o v � e rn m e n t In R u ssia Is a " lim ited d e � mo* ra c y " and n e ith e r a ru le of p ro � le ta ria t nor a d ic ta to rsh ip of th e p ro � le ta ria t. acco rd in g to M orris i li l lq u it , S o c ia lis t ex p ert, te s tify in g In th e I h e a rin g o f th** fly** su sp en d ed S o c ia l� ist a ssem blym en today . I II** a lso dec lared th e p re se n t g ov- I e m in e n t Is m e r e l y a t ra n s ito ry s ta g e from "lim ited d em o cracy " to a "full am i com ple te d em o cracy ." H e exp la ined th is by sa y in g th a t u t p re se n t 95 per t e n t o f th e people of R u ss ia tak e p a r t in th e g o v e rn m e n t, am i th a t ev en tu a lly IOO p e r c e n t of th e people will do so. D R A W 44 NAMES FOR M ARCH J U R Y T h e su p e r io r c o u rt ju ry w ill be called in M arch 2. a t IO a. rn. B ecau se It is expec ted th a t sev e ra l Juror* will be abs**nt on acco u n t of illness, S u � p e rio r C lerk FL J , W alden Is d ra w in g a lis t of 44 nam es, in s te a d of 34, fo r �H� M arch term . M O N T ESA N O . W ash .-T h e s ta te to � day closed i ts e a se a g a in s t th e l l a l. I eg od I. W . W " c h a rg e d w ith th e A rm - istle*; I *ay sh o o tin g a t C e n tra lia , w hen thro** A m erican le g io n n a ir e s w ere killed. I-ess th a n n ine d ay s w as r e � q u ired fo r th e te s tim o n y of th o s ta te 's w itnesses. CHARGE BASEBALL STAR WITH THEFT N K W YOUK - B enny Kauff, G ian t ou tfie lder, w as to be a r ra ig n e d h e rs to d ay c h a rg e d w ith g ran d la rcen y in I co n n ec tio n w ith a lleg ed th e f t of a u - I tom oh iles . j K auff w a s a r re s te d Inst n ig h t and w as In Jail th re e h o u rs befo re his ball wu� a r ra n g e d , H e sa id he w as inrto- j cen t. Po lice sa id th ey h a v e been w o rk in g on th e case sev e ra l w eeks an d first I a r re s te d F'rur.k Hone, K auff'* h a lf I b ro th e r , who w as connec ted w ith th e b aseb a ll p lay e r In an au to m o b ile ac* cesso ry e stab lish m en t.

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