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Madison Wisconsin State Journal (Newspaper) - October 03, 1920, Madison, WisconsinJHE WEEK by A . Af. Br ay ton S LU SH fund?" "Slush 'and** "Ym i're a lia r!" "You're a lia r!" "Cox special w recked'" "Hording special w recked!" Carr pal arn com petition seem s to nx- a even to ra ilroad sm a.sh-upe, but Harding ls a fcrtr-k behind, fo r T h u rs � day trainm en chasing: a tru a n t rooster from beneath Cox's special discovered twisted J on m a I w hich m ight have intrerupted th e political am bition* of jt irm ia Of course had Cox born elected to a m ansion in th*; skies the occupancy of the W hitehouse would not have been a ltered , foY irrespective of railw ay acciden ts h is chances for I wings and a halo a re fa r Netter than tor the p residen tia l chair M iso* T s^ u b i 'g ,S h . t i in i.? . t . a . I r n TA Ie Journal Badger WeatherW E ATH ER-G enerally ta w Sunday awd M onday, w w ewa r Sunday. VOL. 136. NO. 3. 81st Yen of Follette and th e Non pa rti sap leagueiHlapldatJon �r*er> w here No *ign of j ^ pta,.|o g th e lr hop*H of bl"rk ln * tbe new equipm ent. All abou t evidences re -e lec tion of S enato r l e n r n o t af a r*u�-down cond ition R ailw ay Thom pson wax defeated for the re - _____ -. . . . 'p u b lic a n nom ination by S ena to r Ix-n-deprerlat ion ti .in* u�k of a.rvice. root In the recen t p rim ary . A few miss m eans dan g er to hum an life, oven m inutes before las t m idnight, petitions ae the livre of p r e l im i t s and pres!- ask ing th a t T hom pson's nam e bo I placed on the ballot Nov " wore filed Scotia! m n d m ; - . | Secretary of S ta te Merlin Hulk i _ , , .. . L. B. N osier, form er a ss is tan t socre- j Some people k xwaeUoa o flus a lt- 0f sta te , and convicted In federal ; ai ion in to d a m s th e railw ay ow ners, cou rt fo r \ tola t Jon of tho enpionag� j -.peen la turn. wa (ere.! e*�ch. ayetem a �*'t. Informed tho secrotar> tha t ho nl- ^ . ready had Thom pson rn acce ptance, nekl for gam bling ami an n u lla tio n KNUTSON IN RACE aud robber) of u p -k o rp and better - W ith tho Thompson papers were filed : /mantel Thoro la a heap of tru th In petitions of R. B. K nutson, L a Crosse, j and C. R. Bal lard, O utagam ie county, a s independent cnnd tdatcs fo r sta te senator. Thom pson. K nutson and B aJlard will run on platform * em bodying the " la* Follette progressive republican n a tio n - { a1 p latform ." accordlug to th e petitions, j Thom pson is 't la t G rosse atto rney , _ . . . . __. . i popular in h is home city , Ha m ade hisn rh t Of rno mc* th a t w ithout ample iRUJ wtAte v,.umbled in Iienver, a "froo silver^* c ity to hoar republican speai. era. Two Ll. O. F. o ra to rs "duckuM!" the �asuo o f bl m otsJisw , Tboodore icnosevait lollow ed. KolUng unto the .S.-UC* in ch arac t .sn * a fash iou. he .dbasayod bm h is to ric toefh to *�m pc- hour tho pap**!* w**re filed w as euliv- B two nohenitoiiara -nu J Armies Near Utter CoHapw,European DiplomaU Be� lieve; WoHker* Strike; Poles Aggressive KULIN cesses a re re -ad ju s tin g th�ir m atrim on ia l affairs , aorordlng to rum or hot*. lY incess M arie, wadaw of Prince Joa'thirn o f lY ursia. w1k> shot himself In Ju ly , Is now engaged to H err G u n aril. r ich G orm an fac to ry ow ner. He recently divorced Ills w ife, w ho w as a Hinger. I 'riiicefcs G attiortno, in h*-r book, "Th* I hi.Illusions o f a Crown l*rm - coaa," tolls for Ute first tim e w h at sh* sa y s a rc tho rea l fact* behind tho p e rs is te n t rum or of an A m er jean in Iovh a t t a the ox-ejrown prlnocss, Ce- dllio. of flcrm any. Tho A m erican, say s Prlnccnn C a th � erine, first m ot tho crow n p rincess a t C airo and in th� Shadows o f die j Sphinx held ber band and e ven kisjs- *il It. Tho crow n princtm.*) w as h a v � ing m uch troub le w ith the crown prince then an d tho A m erican offered sym pathy . Sh*) received an unsigned ty p e � w ritten le tte r tolling hor it wow beat Tri m em ory of th e Sphinx fo r tie r to re tu rn to B e r lin .' Silo carried the l e t � te r ba a silk bag around h e r neck. j T he prince found IL to re f t up, and b ea t her w ith a rid ing w h ip until, the se rv an ts hau led him off. . L ON I MJN C om plete overt hi ow of tho Bui�eian sov iet governnw iu . a s the roeuU of its p resen t p e ril� ous m ilita ry and economic niiuaUon. w as force.oil in diplomatic, c irc les her* la s t n igh t. U nder p ressu re from the ro le s from th e w est and G eneral VV range! on tho sou th , boiJiUevik artnses were re p o r t� ed crum bling and in dong** of a t te r collops- T he m orale of the troupe, accord ing to advices from H eir nig ft-r% has been sh a tte red by rvpeated 'ie fea ts and m uss m eetings a re being held on the w estern fro n t a t w hich �i� m onde a re m ade fur im m ediate peace. A co u rtm artia l is understood to hay� I>eeu ordered fur �d in rid B udenny, noted U u u h o cavalry of� ficer, who recently suffered a ecmsh . mg d efeat in the I A m berg reg iota C IV ILIAN S R E ST L E SS W ith th e m ilita ry s itu a tio n growing enure gloomy, civ ilians lo th e inner T rv txky haves a a th e goo PR IN CESS CEC I LIE 'PR IN C ESS MARIE GUNMAN HOLDS UP EAST SIDE STORE Tho A m erican called on h e r during j a re becom ing greatleao, Htuslngon- tho revolution, declares C atherine, I repasted . Iii P c t f o f n d ' m ost of th*- an d induced h e r to s ta r t divorce pro- j w orkers w ere ra id to have gone on | �'codings a g a in s t the pruv*e. Stv- - nirikft. T h e ir announced reason � m tabbed nu* b e r t r ouble => ie tho A m or- the nhortagu of b read , bu t d ispatches icon 's a rm s and prom ised to m e m ( declared th e ir rea l purpose w as v im him wliun she's free , say s Priacosv th row o f the �ovkt regira* C atherine. T he obvious willingni-JM of th e lo ts _ _ _ _ _ _ _____ - in vt- i t-'.*1 .. R iga PMM '??i* STEAM ERS SEEK j LO ST L A K E TUG ^ 1 ? , ' --It ' ! t . d i , - k i v i t f l from d a n '. T he M c . since A cg- IS. have re g *ru s ta ti ami along the, w estern gained abou t ha lf lh** ground they ''hor� of I a k u M irdugan B.atm*!ay in - yielded before th e Kure ism advance dicat* th a t no trace o f the m issing which began early in Ju ly and woe steam tu g Loci!* Las yet been found. ] stem m ed only a f te r soviet troops had Th� iiO-foot vessel left G rand H aven, j hem m ed W axhaw in on th ree sides. ftlich_ T hu rsday night, on a n o rth - p o i ism ARMIPH ADVANCE w estern emirs*. C aptain W a ite r WH- * L . J . " helm , tieonto, an d a crew o f tw o men* " b e n th� Poles defense etiffen*d i against the soviet d riv e in A ugust tbov Hi I nod Ihmui I'Aeod b ark of the I lanai** i co rrido r and across lh e ^ io u n d a ry lins 1 iirwpos'-d by tb e a l l iA Bv Hie middle , of rte pi >ui ber the Poles had regsdneil > I the boundary line ru n n in g th ruugh I Grodno. B rest U to v ik and soul beastFOR MINISTER I to K iun inetx-Podolsk, on th� H ungai J 1 tan l��r�ler. I \S ithm tile Ixfcht wee! !ije !'o '�v ob- u ,. ^ **rJ lxori ntl viuusly in an effort to Kid th e ir peace iicogo hit� S o \ ball team . seven aunu*Mioiieni a t tbe R iga oon ierunce ,> m em bers of which have b e n suspend- . . " r l ,.,t them selves all *iung Un- line, I ali�-g�*d ai-tm ns iii f ix -1 pu^nitj^ x.kr beyond the allied boundary j I lo a line running .Uinoa! north und I H YD E CRUEL, SA Y r WIFE IN DIVORCE SUIT IT A N & A S CITY. K France# Swope H yde wife of Dr. B. C. C lerk Hyde, who w as tried th ree time� on a ehsrpe of m urdering Col. Thorn* as H. Swope, a ph ilan throp ic uncle of Mrs. Hyde, on Satu rday applied to a court here to seven� th s m atrim onial bomi "fo r the sa k i of her ch ild ren" and her own "p e rso n aI sa fe ty " D uring th e 11 years since Dr. Hyde b re t w ent to tr ia l, Mr*. Hydo, th rough her loyalty to hor husband, has endured public scorn, various su its and es� tran g em en ts from her own fa m � ily. She a ttended each tr ia l in w hich Dr. Hyde w as defendant, under th e accusation of having poisoned Col. Swops, who died limier m ysterious circum stances. She lavishly paid out her p e r� sonal fo rtu n e to save h�s fife. Friends e t th e Swope fam ily now bellow Mea Hyde's repud i� ation of hor husband will recon- pile hor to the fam ily. Mea. Hyde, it w as learned, dtd not ro re u tt h e r m other, Mea. M argaret Swope, New York, r e � garding tho divorce action . In the petition . lire . Hyde charged hor husband w ith re � peated cru e lty and ac ts of v*e Sente. S he charged th a t th re a ts aga in s t herself and the ir two ch* Id ran have bean mac*# by him. St*# asked the custody of the children. Tho couple �res m arried in 1W> end lived to g e th er anti! Aug. I, .he petition alleged. ARRESTED IN FREIGHT CAR A T R A C I N E Lynching Threatens TF Pruwv* cr Is Returned to Viol*; Admits Talking to Child, Denies Assault A are aboard . All Lakr ^trainer* have been al� to be on lh� lookout fo r th� boat. SOX TEAM TEXT BORAH TO CONTINUE ON G. 0. P. STUMP ^ " , , t .JU I a - n u " ! �- -?..!� I"T rear j Tie i f * ; att "te * pnlkn� w ere out J (Hut and w elting when eh� tram p i SENATOR Y/lk-L MA*. ITIN ERA RY ; HARD I TEN D S COUNTRY PICNIC >iU�!vX FAY �-non srtth th� footlight?. *W� �Sand on a 4 utorodo exactly ho tint* f f u iu r r t 4 gold pkfctform In w� do In M.io*:*- T . KY T ho am new re w ont a d d w ith a p � H um Thew won� fo r firer w iver- N it tu es saw a nasa! * paper* aa an Iud�- J i i�* n*i tn t cand id a lo fo r liru tre ian t gov- j I em o r ngaiitst George C om ings Lu. fbi* | le u bite and nominee on tho republican j ticket for th� ofllea I Th� tim� i-m it to r fi.lng p a w l a t m idnigiit and un T ittem o re papers w ere re �rived. PETERSON CON FID EN T fin top of th� cntran--� of i � tr ied to r z r tv wale- on both shoulders. KgioUly Im- tmaelMo ie the utak of the mon Who He* to carry w a te r art one ah* �oIder .od w iae an th* otbog. Cox' a evaalve to d rya �bo have d�oa*n*ie Iby w;vi th� only person in th� iter� and he w as checking up th " day i i . ) -h. Tin* front do*�r wa� nu lo* kc*l. Th� s tra n g e r w alked in, pointed a t the p rop rie to r and conin to pu t th� m oney in a pap er hag and hand it to him . Mel by com plied and tho m an d isappeared in tho d irection of the ra ilroad yards. Th� holdup m on wa* described a s about r- feel I i""h� i an d w earing a blue suit and a black hat. Hi* w ore no m ick and th is fac t led th e police to believe lo v of Na* governm ent Is tak ing shag' tkm s. C red ito r nation* would secure revolver I I he loans mud* them by issu ing bond* idcd birn , based upon the ir revenues. To decrease th� �-ffwt o f tho d ifier- e iu o in i-xchiifig� ra te s on w orld trad� and to acce le ra te inter -con tinen ta l ex- chaiiK� of products. Mctjlen prunoned an In te rra tio n a i contaiercuu loan fund for us� of im porter* in ail coun tries. T he congress ad journed urdil W�d- ncsdaj'. blow- SHIP SINKS; FIVE DEAD, 13 MISSING NKW OKLKAXK- - Thn*� men and tw o women are known to be dead; l l 1 o ther* a re tiussing and tho s team sh ip sp*-*-*lw�ll is a t the b o t'om of th� �lulf of Mexico as a resu lt of th� hu rricane th a t sw ep t th rough th� gu lf W ednes� day n igh t. F irs t word o f the ^{.��dwRir* sink lug wits w irelessed h*ue lost n igh t bv , -- th.- s team er C ity of Mobile, a Facifkv, PAIM .I, Italy 'Pwo bundled %ii*l O rien t boat, which .sold th a t it had j j " b*r>i�ging a g roup �f final; e igh t su rv ivo rs aboard and th a t, iu th� j la lei ow ners, whom tJiey have m r - ;Lfr.*.'- t ! . / r" " :a ,v.',M ,:v - n .und . .1 . a. .. - i n. . t,e � , here- o n e person has been killed alai i'U wounded. Th� .and owner* pro- some w I m apped t n t fo r h im by th� .National head a u w te r *." H ard ing w as ch ristened 'U n t ie W ar- I re ii" w hen he a ttended a a old I*�h- fhe heels of p ress d ispatches th a t a . tQmd p icnic m ^ Kr�v� a t WH son's w ave of an ti bolshevik feeling �* C om ers n ea r lien* rtaL irday. sweep)rig Itufwim, com ing from ti� j ah IL'irding steppe*! out o f h is a n - j m en tliu t ra ilroad factory worker* a s W- ll its p resa /its . J tomobile, a g ray be or tied .'arm er J titled bv teiepho) Mliouled. "H urto ti for Uttcl� W ,irren ." | fo r a ravo iu!ion ag a in s t th e Moscow | Tho farm er* took it up. H ording drove bd m iles from M ar� ina, a rriv in g Ju st in tim� to .s i t down a t a fried chicken d inner. Head* were bowed a m inute wlille a pardon from a n�artly viltig� said grime. la te r ded ica ted a cd th e crow d over to a big Lent. x h e r r he spoke. "F lu i� H am '' ttobiiiaon, th� village blacksDulth. pr�M*nt�*d ll.ixding w ith a silver horseshoe, -stymg im hoped lla rd ln g would "p itch a riltger" Nov. ii. A relig ious feeling pervaded th� a t mosphcr� in Hie heart r f Ohio's m ost strong republican dis Irk t. T aking not� o f th is, rte a s to r H ard ing said he wdthoot I w an ts a mib-mn invo lu tion spoken wevH/us I from Do- h e a r ts of eJt A m erica, if h� in M -Nner h am fo r th� s-wsl'n n t ' of 13 year-o ld itu th Barekiev. Vkvto. Ric.blond county, ended ' lout night w hen I tai-In� police anre** -I �d a m an giving h ts nomo o s F rank I sick. Ii� w as found in a box m r in tile M ilwaukee road yards a t ( 'orliw , near Kochs� I*> k M lm ttud having a sm the B vrckiey girl ou tie r w ay to schoo l, three* miish from Viola F riday moi n I mg, bu t denied th a t b� had assau lt sd I her and fled. leaving ber unconscious I In a ttuokst . I awk in dem ented lb* in� police It*- , IU VT. KhtwffT Htrv will leave K iehiand, 1 Ceafi-r th is m o rn ln r for R acm e ti* j bring bara th e prisoner. I rick w ill; * tm kept andor heavy guard Iw o u ii* of th� th re a ts of lynching by th� IAE men who tra iled 1dm from tho tim * ' Kutli K arrk icy woe {bund e t noon ! F riday 'in 'l l n e** of rh� a rre s t re a c h � ed Viola Lu�t n ight. CHILD WILL RECOVER Ll ti Ar Hut ti. HUH confined to a b e l in th� iU rh lsnd {Tenter hospital, win* reevnr, a tten d in g physic ians say . Cine� thai led to th� a r re s t of L e k wrr� furn ished by ra ilroad e m p lo y ts . A b ra s -m an hod armii a m an u s w m \ ing th� descrip tion of B u lb 's assail*) s a t rf m�l� un board a Milwaukee* I��mu fre ig h t a t JKasnuda. A out* ducto r to toe M ilwaukee y o n is had '?ore bim Pim p from a e a r and board i i i i*l�4 Ii. W ire fo r H oetna T h* I ts w ere hi an av in olk d lr I th a t eliy I to Ch iia rea ley , en rou t* to a hoe! *tfh-r a road tiled, w ound its w a r th rough woods, wa* uslseu bv a strong� m an and dragged sevcroi hundred fac t tat� dense underb rush . T here site- n -jia iu v d unconscious s n t i nearly a tm .. when ah� --ants to and craw led bock ta th e bigiiw ay. 1'a s s - Ing I iii inst* d iw u rr iw l b rr . Hli� wa* ahi� to tell a f th* a t ta c k and described iter a ssa ilan t a s a m an of 4s y ea rn h ie Cace bearded anil, w earing khak i o re ra lln s o d a A a/a coat. T R A IL E D TO MUSCODA T bs child w as m ob �a to Ki*.idand ev ille r fu r �ted �-a: a i I �ut iou whit� rtherilT S try am i iH st/ic t A lio n v v . B n od ley wen* miuinKineil lo heed tw o ' l*o nom� of voluuteer* w ha dropped tlwor w ark an d ru-dud to th� B a n k ley horn� iro tu tw o iow iudtip) a* th e nows of ti*� a tta c k spread. Blood h o i rids w ore sum m oned from M aus� ton. T he dog* follow�.! (h� fra il th ru u g tsiu l I*'riuny nig ld bu t las t I* Sat ii day m orn ing near MuH�oda. TJ�� sheriff w as �-onvinced Gull til** a ssa iLairt had lnvcri given a " lift" l i � on au to is t und taken Into Muscod u wliore he could Ism rd � tra in . It n . ^ in ploy�* w�re no .. _ tho sd * virrei r tat�. T here is ovMrno* tlvat now* of tho d ,soh!4 St'� Vi sin is on� of tin new-? significant in d ila tion .a of th� urift of s-w id o p in � ion. in l.iurop� a Simi ta r a tlitn d o ta Te-tng ' a. miv- T he so tth n e ut of i t aly** industria l revuiiRJon soviet in et hods is an o th e r th ree m en and tw o worn en w ere dead Til* *:U w ith 13 o ther* iii u J and wim try ing to raecu� th� p a rt) Th� Speedw ell was bound fo r Now O rleans w ith a -a rg o of m ahogany to r C L / A LA t i I / r^ 'T */ K l th" O tis Mxnufa* lu ring com pony aiel Tx L- I I L / i i is supposed to have tound�r'*1 in th� I storm . pr�Hlig� of th e ixitolrvlkL I i b r t e l p iw id w t , j "VA� need a lot am i* rcfhfloos rev REDS BESIEGE Aithoug!') I Larding dealt w 'Ni m any i a a i n c * i i ..... !*sa�*. he pliV"d p a rticu la r w u j m a i I - A / V I J O W N E R S I un iiUf t a t th� p resen t (I p rosperity ma� not con*mu� linier! . iitteiy. "I adm en Isl) yon to tr u a y o u r h�i| * ? for a ruer� dependalrt� day," Ie* Maid 1 Ah to hi* �cand on tho l r agin* o f! N ations, JBariling saki: " W hen I am president, I w ill be ae t- j tag so a d ifferen t capacity' th an I am I province-W W - c'rlk� now. I w ill be your negotiatin g a g en t I i and I prom ise > on U a '. Hex nr so long ut I ism p residen t will Hb�r� be .-wiy b�rf�r of Amerlcstn la t io iu iIHT." i tes ted agast) s t a FOUR WOUNDED IN CORK RIOTS M EJE T TO EXPLAIN SCHOOL B U D G E TC O Itk Owe puhocm an avid th ree civilian* were wounded her* when n o ts brok�- out du ring the funeral of two policemen who ta d been killed in am bush in ertson, r i b a . j health rcm m iininnr.-, vnnotirv-fd T>i-ne reason lo r a Steger ar rte .ai nun - __ I ti rest iucivft r�f int ON COLD FLA TS 3 0 ARRESTED A S PROFITEERS will be explained poren t - bewit-.er*' a : �h� m eeting o f a il asNoatatJons in the I first wav j IOO com pi winter brough! alm ost int.*- of ins ut!)*! u t h�*L BALL S T A R SUED r e - - � � � TE CONTROL C D I ? A S S A I I i T Mum Elliott, new tv atppofta'jwl I r e tf i i * r t s A J / 1 U L I dfrector fo r the *ehooi-�. wit] speak a f th� plan* fo r befrerm ent o f The h ea lth CW CrV N A TJ L u ther I kwmnedy, | of the (�fiiooi children. "Wyoming, O., has b fought mitt for j J/ofter* a re boing cen t out to rh� $19,000 agam id W alter R euther f i n - I mmmbnrh o f th " o-gan:satIon* {tsking w ere untied foe �?* ff*i �tale * e n '-id of MTJkcs in ports j a rrest a f tw o FYird, Ok is . m erchan ts . and >n raiAread* Th� m easure pro I VO of thr -c are*-iced gave heeds of uh- of tb" ebvte ranger* in J J; Obi' " .c h hic, a .It i*e ir r a ig n r e ji v;de� f�hniinei* of rn m or/- op�a ' T 'J 'w lif . A Free Package o f Political Booklets ml th-* r th o gov - cquaU y I) wha t I? con tain* '*,� 44p�*�cti, Hi� I'Jai bi nu Sp*.-�t*b* devil ie th� i.jujet. u�-l Vfiier� tho iU,is ami women votur*. Th* y will be om s to an y a d Ires* w ithout any eliarg� *xregd. ftmr oentM iu AUDtM fu r r� tim postage. O n P - f |wen (�1st I se Ct# tempos*. F rederic X Ii asitia, D ir^ tc ir, T he W isesnmn S ta te Jew cr tai J a fo re ei i Km fiar�-*nL W ashing ton. 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