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Madison Wisconsin State Journal (Newspaper) - May 20, 1923, Madison, WisconsinA r A " b l i t w eek" In th e leg is la tu re I developed only p re l im inar ies e x � c ep t ing In the speclflo In s tance of th e tvet a n d d ry fight. V e ry sensib ly the se n a te te rm in a ted th a t f ight by kill ing th e S a c h t je n bill, sa id to have j bad th e su p p o r t of G ove rnor j T H E Blaine. T h e p u rp o r ted in ten t W E T S of t h * m ea su re w as to p ro tec t j LOSE th e h o m e f ro m u n jus t if iab le In trus ion on t h e p a r t of en- ! fo rcem en t officials, b u t th * blU w a s ' d r a w n a s if th e w r i te r looked upon th e e n fo rcem en t officers as th e c r im in a ls j I and upon th e v io la to rs a s In ju red in- ' I nocents in a n y case in w h ich th ey | I (suffered In terference. W iscons in is I not a s y e t r ead y to go on reco rd aa a t t e m p t in g t o legalise d i s r e g a rd for th e A m erican const itu t ion . . . . A fte r a p re l im in a ry co n te s t In which G overnor B la ine Jock a n d g a v e s u b � s ta n t ia l blows, th e a d m in i s t r a t io n t a x bi ll w en t over un t i l W ed n es- F IR S T day. An a m e n d m e n t by Ben- ROUND a to r H uber , w h ich m ere ly DRAW correc ted clerical e r ro r s a n d m a d * th e bill m o re plain, passed w i th o u t dispute. T h e g o v e r n � or 's p lan to have th* tax com m iss ion reduced to a o n e -m a n com m ission w a s defeated. T h e K irsch a m e n d m en t , a socialist m easu re , which w ou ld have c h an g e d th e ap p o r t io n m en t of tax e s ra ised u n d e r th# bill b e tw ee n cit ies, counties a n d th* s ta te , w a s dt�fea^d. ' T h i s w as backed pr incipally by M ayor Moan, socialist , Milwaukee. I t s p a s � sa g e would h a v e been a sou rce o f e m � b a r ra s s m e n t a s It would h a v e deprived th e s t a t# of revenues w i th o u t w h ich it cou ld h a v e func tioned only b y f u r t h e r in c reas in g tax a t io n . . * * W ed n e sd a y will be a field d a y on taxa t ion . N o t only will th e g o v e rn o r 's tax hill com e up. b u t o th e r m e a su re s will be In jected Into the a r e n a s t t h a t time. T h e y will Include t h e Severson t a x bill a n d h ighw ay ta x a t io n m e a s � ures. T h e Joint finance c o m m o te# reported th e T>ahl a n d Severson bills F r iday . T h ey dodged specific r e c o m m e n d a � tions, m ere ly say ing th a t th ey "ra ised sufficient funds." In th u s p a ss in g the buck to t h e legislature, th e co m m it tee m ay h a \ e laid th e g ro u n d fo r c o m � promise. T h e fa c t w as t h a t n e i th e r one of th e bills could g e t a fav o rab le recom m enda tion , b u t til* co m m it te e did not w a n t to kill them. Two h ig h w a y tax a t io n bills were killed In the sen a te on F r id a y . One bill would have ra ised fu n d s en tire ly by g&sulin* tax. T he o th e r bill taxes! ca rs accord ing to th e i r w e g h t . G a so � line would have ra ised $3,000,000 a n d the weight tax $8,000,000. T h e m ain objection ra ised to th ese bills wag to the m a n n e r In which the funds w ere to be d is t r ibu ted , it h av in g been provided th a t th e g a s tax should go to c o u n t ry roads. C ities w a n t p a r t of th is t a x fund. T he p r inc ip le upon which th e money w as to be sp en t in the c o u n try is t h a t th e r u r a l counties . % Usually poorer, have been u n a b le to keep up th e i r end of ro ad building. I t w as th o u g h t t h a t since th e c it ies profit th rough t r a d e t h a t comes o v e r the h ighw ays it would be to t h e i r a d v a n � ta g e to help ou t th e p oore r c o u n t ie s In the m u t te r of ro a d building. Tim Fo lakow sk i tax bill w as left In | com m ittee , p robably w i th th e id ea of j first d isposing of th* o th e r m easu re s . , No doubt f r iends of t h s h ig h w a y ta x a - i t lon w a n te d to see which w a y th e wind ; blew. T h e PolaJtow ski bill em ploys | both w e ig h t an d gas in a r r iv in g a t t a x � ation. T h ese bills will come up fo r r s - ' / c o n s i d e r a t i o n on W edn esd ay , which j will m ak e th a t day the g r a n d fo ru m on taxa tion . It is pred ic ted t h a t a c o m � prom ise h ighw ay taxa t ion m e a s u r e will be perfected. s e * Th* bill to reduce the civil serv ice I com m .ss ion to a o n e -m a n o rg an iza t io n , w as lost, th e only ch an g e m ad e being a reduction of $1,000 In sai- ONE a r r . Probab ly th e th ree - ; MAN m an comm ission, o r ig in a ted I BOARDS by S en a to r Lai Folle t te , is 1 sound, b u t th e red u c t io n of | p ay of p resen t s ta te officials is bad business. W e do no t pay e n o u g h to get good men and good service. T he governor won on only one of his p roposa ls of reducing com m iss ions f rom a th ree men to a o n e - m a n basis. T h a t w a s In the con se rv a t io n c o m m is � sion. Ulmer Hall. fo rm er s e c re ta ry of *v sta te , is the one man. I l e Is a n able m an. Also, he is a n e w broom. In o n e p ar t icu la r , however, It a p p e a ls t h a t th e new broom m ay sw eep too d e a n . Mr. Hall proposes to un ifo rm the wardens . Game hogs will like this . One of th e i r g rea t difficulties h a s been the ir Inabili ty to identify a g a m e w a r � den shooting n e a r them. N ow th ey can spot h im in an Instant. N e w York tr ied the u n ifo rm Idea and h a d to give It up. Never! telcss. lf Mr. H all employs co m p e ten t experts In tho v a r io u s lines of conserva tion , his g en era l p rudence and business ju d g m en t should m ake his ad m in is t ra t io n a success. He can (T u rn to page 7, co lu m n 2) IhewiSGQ Wisconsin Weather Unsettled in north, partly cloudy in south portion Sunday, rain in northeast portion, cooler south portion; Monday unsettled, probably showers in south and west portions. VOL. 150, NO. SO. 83rd Year. MADISON, SUNDAY, MAY 20,1923. THIRTY-SIX PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS DAMAGE HEAVY IN LODI TORNADO JURY ABSOLVES N.U. STUDENTS IN AUTO DEATH Verona Blast GALLI CURCI ARRIVES Victim's Body Awaits Kin O 'Shea Sells - m MADISON TONIGHT; House; Buys CONCERT MONDAY Kornhauser's Former 1021 Frosh President Wires " Another Tip" To State Investigators In Mount Mystery CHICAGO.- D eath of Lout* Au- b�r�, N o r th w e s te rn un iv ers i ty ? tudent killed In an a u to a c c i � d en t aa a n a lleged sequel to a h az ing eplaode, w a s he ld t o be an " u n a v o id � ab le accident'* by a co roner 's Jury la te S a tu rd ay . An a u to m o b i le loaded w ith s tu d e n ts sea rch ing f o r a c la s sm a te k idnapped by r iva l c la s sm e n collided w i th a n � o th e r raj*, a cco rd in g to police re p o r ts A ubere w as killed a n d severa l o ther s t u d e n ts h u r t . Som e 11m# a f te r th* acc ident . R o s � coe C onklin F itch , a a tu d en t be ing quizzed In th� L eigh ton M o u n t m y s � tery'. to ld J o h n Rharbaro, a s s i s t a n t s ta te 's a t to rn e y , t h a t one of t h e au to s coll iding w a s wilfully "z ig -zagged" a n d then r e t r a c te d th is asse r t ion , a s well a s a lleged adm iss ions In the M ount case. The co roner's Jury absolved th# s t u � d e n ts w i th A ube re f ro m all b lam e -a n d recom m ended t h a t a bridge a t the scene be "w idened to avoid fu r th e r accidents." J. Allen Mills, 1921 f re sh m an c lass p res iden t a t N o r th w e s te rn un ivers i ty . ag a in took th e spo t l igh t In th e Mount Invest iga t ion S a tu rd a y n igh t by w i r � ing s t a t e s In v es t ig a to rs t h a t C har les "Chuck" P a lm er , football s ta r . is In � nocent o f a n y knowledge of M o u n t's m ys ter ious d ea th . Mills, who wun b ro u g h t h e re f ro m Akron, O., som e t im e ago and q u e s � tioned. a lso te leg raphed Jo h n S b a r - baro, a s s i s t a n t s t a t e 's a t to rn ey , t h a t he is "m o ra l ly sure" two o th e r m en will "b reak u n d e r p ressu re ." Following his re lease from Jail, where he w a s held w i thou t charge. P a lm e r S a tu rd a y n ig h t w as a hero on N o r th w e s te rn cam pus. H e a n d his a ssoc ia tes com bined In describ ing Mrs. Violet B a c h m a n 's story , w'hlch caused his ai rest , a s "a -batch of lies." A re w a rd o f $10,000 to a nyone who Will p ro d u c e M oun t alive w ith in 30 days w as offered S a tu rd ay by Sam uel H a rr ison , fo rm e r Justice of th e peace of E v an s to n , a s ' a chal lenge to p e r � sons c la im in g tha t Mount is still all vs. LAW MAKERS WILL HOLD PICNIC TODAY AT SACHTJEN-FARM V E R O N A -T h e body of Henry' W es tpha l , aged 60, who was killed while d y n a m it in g trees S a tu rd a y m orn ing , has been t a k e n to H ln r lch 'e funera l pa r lo rs here to a w a l t a r r iv a l of re la t ives from A u ro � ra, 111. It Is genera l ly believed tha t W estphal had net n ch a rg e a n d then r e tu rn ed to It when It failed to e x � plode. He w as w ork in g a lone on th e H e n � ry Mennls f a rm th ree m iles n o r t h � east of Verona when the explosion, occurred. W es tp h a l had lived m o s t of his life In Verona, w here for som e y e a rs he occupied a sm all house alone. H e leaven � widow, five sons, and one d a u g h te r w ho live In Aurora , 111. T he sons a re A r th u r , William, F ran k , a n d Roy, a ll of w hom a re m arr ied . T he d au g h te r , E m m a, Is u n m arr ied C ha r le s W es tpha l , a b ro ther , lives In Verona. John , Louis , Kodolf, and Jam es , h a lf -b ro th e rs , live In M iddle� ton. THRONGS CROWD HUGE STRUCTURE AT ELKS' CIRCUS M MK. AM RTI J T A O A LL I-C U R C I, wtio will s ing a t th e un iv ers i ty stock pavilion M onday n igh t u n d e r au sp ices of the u n iv ers i ty school of m usic a n d tho A g r icu ltu ra l College federa tion , will a r r iv e a t Madison t o � n ig h t a t IO o'clock. All a r r a n g e m e n t s have been completed fo r rece iv ing the d is t ingu ished guest. M em bers of S igm a Alpha Iota, m u s � ical sorority , of which Mme Oalll- C u r r i is an h o n o ra ry m em ber, will be g u e s ts of the soprano s t a n Informal recep tion given b a ck s ta g e Im m e d ia te � ly a f t e r h e r concert. A ss is t in g th e s t a r w i th f lu te and p ia n o respec tive ly a re M anuel B e r- g en g u e r a n d H o m er Samuels. " T ick e ts fo r the .per fo rm ance a r e n ear ly sold ou t ," sa id P rof. C. H. Mills S a tu rd ay . T he p ro g ram follows: 1. N in a (old I ta l ian ) ........... Pergolesn T h e Loss W ith th e Delicate Air-(O ld E ng lish ) ....................................... A m e 2. H y m n to th e Sun, f ro m Le t 'oq d'Or . .R im sk y -K o rsa k o f f 3. U C ap ln e ra (T h e W ren ) , w ith f lu te acco m p an im en t ......... Benedict 4. C repuscu le (Tw il igh t) M assenet Cia veil toe ( in S p a n i s h ) . . .Val verde C hanson Indoune (Song of India* ........................ R im s k y -K onakoff Valse, from Romeo a n d Ju l ie t te LL-CVA MME. G A L L I -CU RCI ................................................ * Gounod | In te rm iss io n ! 3. C h an so n ......................................... C am us A u tu m n L eaves A 'W h l r l . . Sam uels Mr. B erenguer ! 6. Dry Be T h a t T e a r . . . . . . . . Dobson P ie r ro t .................................. S am uels A L it t le P r a y e r ............. Russell j 7. Shadow Song from Dlnorah (w i th f lu te acco m p a n im e n t) ................... M eyerbeer S ALE of Prof. M. V. O 'Shea 's home, 140 I-angdon s t ree t , to JI II. Koss for a p r ice reported to e x � ceed $55,000 aud purcha.-e by P ro fe s � sor O Rhea of th e A lexander Korn - h a u se r p roperty on P i n c k n e y street were annou n ced S a tu rd a y night. The price Involved In the la t te r deal w as reported at a b o u t $40,000. P ro fe sso r O 'S h ea h a s been un d e r p re ssu re for severa l y e a rs to sell his home to f ra te rn i t ies . Mr. Koss, who r e p re se n ts f r a t e r n i t y a n d so ro ri ty I n � teres ts . in ten d s to sub -d iv ide t h e property , w h ich h a s a f ro n tag e of 82'/ feet on L an g d o n s t re e t and e x � tends back 420 feet to la ike Mendota. Acquisition of ho ld ings a long th e lake shore by o th e r f r a te rn i t ie s o r eg lnduoad p ro fe s so r O U M lo sell h i s home. l i e has lived a t 140 liRugdon s t ree t fo r 25 years , th* p r o p � e r ty o r ig ina l ly be longing to P r o f e s � so r K err . HIGHEST CHINESE TO ANSWER F 0 R CAPTIVES' SAFETY STORM STRIKES CENTER OF CITY; STORES SUFFER Father And Sen* Escape Injury As Tree Falla On Their Car; Other Towns In Region I Deluged T h e s t a t e 's law m ak e rs will epeud today In t h e f irst a l l - leg is la t ive p ic � nic of th e session. T ho ev en t will t ak e place on th e f a rm of A ssem bly - m an H e r m a n S a c h t je n n e a r Madison. A ssem blym an Hiatus L indah l , S u � perior, a n d A ssem b ly m an Sa c h t je n will bo th e h o s ts fo r th e occasion. T h e p a r ty will be t a k e n from th e capito l to th# f a rm a t IO th is m o rn in g a n d a n u m b er of fe a tu re s Including a b a r � becue d in n e r a n d baseball game* a r* planned. A sse m b ly m an L indah l annou n ced th a t he a n d h is fellow host had c o m � pleted all a r ra n g e m e n ts an d t h a t all t h a t th e r e s t of the law m ak e rs needed w as to b r in g th em se lves to th e a f � fair. All t h e expense of th e ev en t has been t a k e n c a re of. he announced . A LONG flag-decked lane, flunked by two row s o f Industr ia l aud m ercan t i le ex h ib i ts th a t show th e h igh s t a n d a r d of Madison 's c o m � m ercia l and m a n u fa c tu r in g a t t a i n � m ents , and leading to a p roscen ium at th e f a r cml which holds s ty le show with models t h a t r ival In b e au ty and c h a rm the spo rt c lo th ing they exhibit , greeted the c ro w d s t h a t cam e to the opening of t h e E lk s' Indoor Circus. M e rc h a n t s ' In d u s t r ia l Exposi t ion and S ty le Show S a tu r d a y n ight. T h e enorm ous F o u r 1-a.kes o rdnance building t h a t houses th e big event seems filled wdth s igh ts . T h ree lanes have been made. each flanked on both aides w i th exhibits , d em o n s tra t io n s and fun m ak e rs . T he b iggest hall in Madison had a "full house" w ith th is g re a te s t E lk show T he e lec tro a1 d isp lay on the face of th e bu ild ing Is one of th e m ost unhjuo and beau l i lu i ever put up in Madison, The show Is a c ircu s on a big scale Each exhibit , each d isp lay is a "ring" In itself. To spend a n h o u r e x a m � in ing th e exh ib i ts Is t o tak e a s igh t . I s e e in g t r i p of M adison 's b u s in ess and j i n d u s t r y a r r a y in vivid m a n n e r . Despite the ra in a n d the c o n s tan t j th r e a t of .dow npour S a tu rd a y night the show' w as well a t ten d ed . T h e e x � hib its and concess ions and booths were well p a tron ized and examines! (T u rn to P age 4, C olumn 5) BOY 4, HIT BY AUTO ONLY SLIGHTLY HURT D. BENNETT WINNER OF MOVIE CONTEST MAID'S ASSAILANT SOUGHT BY POLICE PlUHp Bill i tteri, f o u r y e a r old son of Jo s e p h Bill i tteri. 619 Milton street. ) was bum ped abou t th e side of the head and face S a tu r d a y af te rnoon w hen he w as run over by an auhomo- ! bile while p lay ing in th e s t ree t In f ron t of th e hom e of his uncle Philip I RilLiteri, a t 6 So u th M urray s t ree ' He I w as tak e n home His In juries wore I alight. Curtis Believes Proper Buying Would Save City Cost of F ull-l ime Mayor By HENRY NOLL Br v r > ^ i OF CITY S U P P L IE S a t the r igh t time and a t the righ t p rices by a competent c ity official designated as city pu rchas� ing atfent would more than save the sa lary of a full-time mayor, in the opinion of W. I). Curtis, prom inent .Madison business titan ami mayor d u r in g the term of 1904-05. Mr. Curtis favors a full-time m ayor aud a reduction in the num � ber of councilmen from two to one in each ward, the aldermen to be chosen by wards but elected by the city a t large. Manager Not Favored The city m anager plan does n o t appeal to Mr. Turtis, ut least not at the present time. He th inks that Madison is not ready for the m anager plan but he is convinced th a t a full-time m ayor and a council with one member from each w ard would give M adi� son a sa tis fac to ry adm inistra tion. " The c ity is the biggest business enterprise we have and should be run on a s tr ic t business basis," said Mr. Curtis. Mr. Curtis maintains tha t the present council j i� nint h b e t te r than were some of the council of h e n r y n u l l earlier days on tile whole, but he i s satisfied there is room for improvement along flip lines *uirirf's1'''d by him. (T u r n to page 7, co lum n I) An unidentified m an, w ho a t tack ed H ow Hokolik, m aid In the hom e of Dr. A. G Sullivan, 930 E a s t Gorham s t ree t , M onday night, w as acqua in ted w ith the neighborhood, member.# of th e fam ily believed S a tu rd ay . The a t t a c k occurred a t 8:15 when all m em b ers of the family, except th ree small children a n d the maid, were out. Mrs Su ll ivan had left In h e r c a r a t 8 o'clock an d Dr Sullivan had left only a sh o r t t im e earlier . A m a n ap p ro x im ate ly 25 years old, a b o u t five feet ten Inches tall, l ight of complexion a n d clad in a g ra y suit a n d low crowned g ra y ha t , r a n g the dor bell and ask ed for Dr. Sullivan. Told th a t the doc tor w a s out, he m um bled th a t he would wait. The vest ibu le door sw u n g s h u t and the n ig h t la tch locked bo th In the v e s t i � bule. T he girl then walked a ro u n d to a side e n tra n ce and en tered , the s t r a n g � e r following Onr. Su l l ivan 's IO y e a r old nephew. Tile m an fled Just In t im e to avoid Dr Sullivan, w ho drove Into the y a rd a few m in u te s l a � ter. Mra. Sullivan sa id S a tu r d a y th a t in view of the fa c t t h a t th e m a n had chosen the t im e w hen all o ther* of th e fam ily were out, she believes he m u s t have been well a cq u a in te d w ith m ovem ent# of the family. The g a rag e of R alph VV. Ja c k m a n 802 E a s t G orham s t ree t , w as en te red und a key of a large sedan stolen and t ire cover rem oved la te r the sam e n ight. MRS. MARY GAUKEL DIES IN SAUK CITY M r a Mary Gaukel, 69, n a t ive of D ane county, died S a tu rd a y In Sauk C i ty a t the home of h e r b ro ther . Jo h n L am b er ty . Mrs. Gaukel w as b o m and ra ised in R oxbury . F o r ty - th r e e y e a rs j ago "he was m ar r ied to George Gaukel of R oxbury w ho for m an y y e a rs c o n � d uc ted a general s to re there. At the deu th of he r h usband , 15 y e a rs ego, she moved to Sa u k to live w ith her bro ther . She Is su rv ived by th ree sons. George, M art in a n d F ra n k of M ad i� son. a n d two bro thers . H ilbert L a m � bert y of liodl and Jo h n la im b er ty of Sauk City. F u n e ra l services will be held T u e s � day a t St. Aloyaiua ch u rch of Sauk City, the Rev. A. Schsuenbe i g orth d a t � ing. Burial will be in the Sauk City cem ete ry . FORMER DANE CO. VETERAN SUCCUMBS Rollin F a y e t te F a r r , aged 80 years. b ro th e r of ll L. F a r r , 842 J e n i fe r s treet , th is cty, died a t h i s hom e in Guthrie. Okla., a ccord ing to word r e � ceived here by rela tives. Mr. F a r r w as one of the ea r ly pion - , eers of C o t tage Grove a n d w as a vet- ! e ran of the c iv i l W ar , h a v in g served ! in the d rum corps of th* 13th Keg!- j ment. W isconsin V o lu n tee r infantry- ! The fu n e ra l w a s held a t Guthrie- I By T H E MOVIE EDI TOR D B E N N E T T , g iv ing the a d �d re ss a s Box 239. city, won * . the first prize of $50 cash, g-ven by the S t a te Jo u rn a l in the Movie S t a r contest , conducted for m ore t h a n two weeks in con junc t ion w ith the P a rk w a y th ea te r . The p ic � t u r e ap p ea red in the S ta te Jo u rn a l each day. ha lf of the faces being d i s � closed. Tile c o n te s ta n t s were r e q u i r � ed to n am e correc tly 32 of 38 s t a r s who a p p ea red in "Souls for Sale.'' which was show n a t the th e a te r all las t week. The con tes t was m ore difficult th an m an y c o n te s ta n t s realized. D. B e n � ne tt (we do not know w h e th e r D. B e n n e t t is a Miss, a Mrs. or a Mr.) had 31 o f th e 32 co rrec t . T h e p r e s e n � ta t io n of the p ic tu res was a r t i s t ica l ly a r r a n g e d a n d a l th o u g h n e a tn es s would have counted in s t e n t of a . tie the w in n e r w as tim o*ily person h a v � ing th a t n u m b er r igh tly guessed. T h e w in n e r jiasfed the p ic tu res on a sheet of white bond p a p e r of good qua li ty c u t o u t in the shape of a s ta r . T he cover w as in blue and do tted over the su r fa ce w ere sm a lle r si lver s ta rs . Each p ic tu re was fas tened to a se p a ra te shee t with small si lver sfa rs . T he l e t � te r in g w as n ea t ly ddne. O th e r schem es were cleverly used In p re sen ta t ion , but in m any cases f a i l � u re to guess the n am es of the movie .'-tars co rrec t ly p reven ted p lac ing n e a r the top of th e list. T h e Judging w as done by M ayor Kit tles on. P o s tm a s t e r Devine a n d M i� lo H a g an , vice p res iden t of the F i rs t N a t io n a l bank. T he second prize of $25 w as won by Hazel T horeson , 412 Mouth Few street , with 30 c o rrec t ; th ird p r ize of $13 by Lisle TV'. Hchroeder, 1 2 4 Sou th P in ck n ey street , w i th 29. T h e w in � ne rs of th e next five prizes of $2 e ach were won by L ean tim e Johnson , 334 W est Doty s treet , with 28; B e r th a A I>urlin, 605 fcjtate street , w i th 28; Je a n Morgan, 21o V irgin ia T erraoe , w l tu 27; Alice Bruno, 2025 S h e rm a n a v e � nue. with 26; J. M Rogers, 2370 West Law n, w i th 23. T h e nex t IO each w on a p a ir of sea ts to th e P a rk w ay . T hey a re : P e a r l C ram er , w i th 25; Ann L. Olson, w ith 25; Mrs. W ill iam Garake, with 24; Mr*. O. A Bewick, w i th 24: Olga Thom pson , Rose G e r � l a c h a n d M arg are t B acken , w ith 23 each ; F ra n c e s K rager , H a r r y R u d d and Arl ine H ogan w ith 22 each. Til# con tes t c rea ted a g rea t deal of in te res t a n d th o se w ho engaged in it showe�I a wide a c q u a in ta n ce with m ovie s ta rs . Til* checks for the w inners and t ick e ts for th o se who a re en ti t led to th em will be g iven out ut the Jo u rn a l office M onday a f te rn o o n a t 2 o 'clock B U L L E T I N H O N O L U L U - A J a p a n e s e g u n � boat wa s r ushed f r om H a n ko w to Shangha i S a t u r d a y night to quell a n t i - J a p a n e s e r iots there, according to a Tokio d i spa tch to t he Jij i , local J-apanese l anguage newspaper . According to th# d i s � patch, the r io ts w t r * caused when Chinse# s tu d e n t s boarded J a p a n � ese s t ea me rs to ascer ta i n t h e names of Chinese m e r c h a n t s i m � por t ing J a p a n e s e goods. B U L L E T I N H O N O L U L U - Representa t ive* of foreign g o v e r nm en t s a t Peking received a s s u r a nc es f rom t he C h i n � ese g ov er nme nt t h a t every d e � ma nd m ad s by t he S h a n t u n g b a n d � its to effect re lease of f oreigners held capt ive will be met , according to Tokio d i sp a t ch es to t he Ji j i , J a p an es e l angu ag e newspaper . BY RAY G. M A R S H A L L P EKING.-E x a s p e ra te d by fa i lu re of th e C h inese g o v e rn m e n t to secure releu s# o f th e fo reigner# held cap t ive by S h a n tu n g brigand*, the foreign d ip lo m a tic corp* S a tu r d a y served notice t h a t th e h ighes t t 'h in e s# m il i ta ry a u th o r i t ie s would be beld r e � sponsible fo r sa fe ty of th e prisoners . T h is notice w a s c o n ta in ed in a f o r � ms! no te to th e C h inese official*, fo l � lowing a m ee t in g of th* d i p lo m a te cbrpa. F ir ing Is s ti ll going on In th# v ic in � ity of til* b an d i t s ' m o u n ta in a tro n g - hoid, the note de* lured, d esp i te p r o � mises of a c essa t io n of hostili t ies. Ano ther m ee t in g of t h e d ip lom atic corps will be held Sunday . M e a n � while, C hinese officials declared they were ready l o t r e a t w i th t h e bandits , bu t held th e l a t t e r a r* co n s tan t ly chan g in g th e i r mind*. S E V E R A L th o u sa n d do lla rs d a m �age w as c aused S a tu r d a y a f t e r �noon w hen a to rn ad o s t ru c k Lg� di, blowing down b a r n s a n d silos, u p � ro o t in g trees, b low ing over te lephone I a n d te le g ra p h poles, a n d blowing o u t windows. IxJdl wa* h a r d e s t h i t of a n y tow a in th is section by th* s to rm , po rt ions o f w h ich s t ru c k M adison, P o r tag e , B araboo , F o n d du l a c , P r a i r i e d a Sac, E lroy , a n d o th e r p laces T h e a to rm In Ix>di h i t th e business section, w hich lies in a valley, a n d le f t t h e e a s t a n d w e s t e n d s u n to u c h � ed. I t s t ru c k a b o u t 2:30, com ing down. Main s t r e e t f ro m th e sou th . T h# c o u rs t of th e s to rm c h an g e d a n d w e n t west, th en n o r th w e s t a n d th en left a t th e sou thw es t . T h e p a th of th* s to rm w as b u t a m ile long a n d a ha lf m ile wide. A Bilo, ba rn , an d g a r a g e owned b y II. E. P a lm e r w ere b low n down a n d his re s idence dam aged . T h e cu p o la o f the N o rw eg ian L u th e r a n c h u rch w a s blown away. T wo Barely Escape Jo sep h T ho m p so n an d his young win n a r row ly escaped d e a th o r se r ious in- Jtlry when th ey left th e i r a u to m o b i le to seek cover. T h e y h ad barely le f t the c a r when a la rg e t ree fell upon it* w reck ing it completely.- P la te# g lass w indow s w ere dem o l� ished in th e genera l s to re of M. K. H egges tead a n d a g a rag e owned by J. R. M c F a r lan d a n d th e w indows in t h e home of H. C. Dybdahl w e re b lown In. Wire# axe do w n a n d road* w ashed out. At Baraboo, d u r in g a heavy r* 'n and e lectr ica l a to rm w hich las ted b u t 15 m inutes , a ch im ney w as s t ru c k by lightning. A f a rm h o u se n e ar R e e d s � b urg on the Loganvil le road owned by W illiam Gad# wa* s t ru c k by l ig h tn in g a n d burned to th e g round . H eav y ra in s accom pan ied th# e lec � t r ica l s to rm In Po r tag e , w ash in g o u t roads and d i s ru p t in g th e power, light, and te lephone a n d te le g ra p h sy s te m s fo r a sh o r t t ime. At E lroy t h e r e wa* no wind, b u t m u ch r a in a n d a n e lectr ica l d isp lay . P o w e r Linas Hi t L ig h t and p o w er l ines w ere out o f o rde r a t periods d u r in g th# s to r m b e � tw e en Fond d q l-ao a n d Madison, bn* no line w as com ple te ly o u t a t a n y ora# time, acco rd ing to K. F , Green, s u � p e r in ten d e n t of th# P r a i r i e du Sat* plant. Crop# in th e v ic in i ty of Madi#

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