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Madison Wisconsin State Journal (Newspaper) - October 26, 1920, Madison, Wisconsin\?FROM- A READER'S NOTEBOOK Register Today! It's Your Last Chance If You Want To Vote Next Tuesday / / T T 'l I E h a b it of m ak in g an d using. I t ic k - ta c k s H a llo w ee n is an old and m em orab le custom . It d a te s hack to th e lim e w hen H ecto r w as a pup, w hen y o u r T IC K -T A C K S g ra n d fa th e r w as young FOR in sp ir it and flesh. H A L L O W E 'E N T ic k -ta . king, though , h a s suffered c o n s id e r� ab ly by th e p ra c tic e o f keep ing th e m ovies open a t n igh t an d by reason of th e fact th a t th e "cops" have d e � veloped a h a b it of s ta y in g a w ak e H a l� low e'en. RUH, th e re a re boys w ho will tic k - tac k even th ough th e re a re no fen ces to h ide behind. A nd th e re a re o th e r boys who, no d oub t, w ould tic k - ta c k lf only th e ir fa th e rs w ould com e ac ro ss and tell th em how to m a n u fa c tu re a re g 'la r tic k - tac k . Now th is is tho w ay one boy (no lo n g e r in th*- t lc k - ta c k ln g gam e) m ade th o se n o ise -p ro d u c in g im plem en ts T ak e a s tr in g ab o u t IO inches tong. F a s te n a fish hook, o r ben t pin to one e n d ; tie a n a il to th e o th er, an d to th e nail fa s te n a n o th e r s ir in g , long en ough to reach fro m som ebody 's w in � dow to th e n e a re s t fence, o r o th e r p lace o f concea lm en t. A fte r dark , th e h a p p y t lc k - ta c k e r slips Into the ya rd , fa s te n s th e hook, o r pin, upon th e w indow cas in g , n e a r th. m iddle, seek s th e o th e r side of th e fence, and d ra w s th e s tr in g g en tly to w ard him , le tt in g it go th e n ex t second. T h is p ro d u ces a sound upon th e w indow id en tica l w ith a tap p in g of fin g ers or b r ick b a ts , .m d brings l a t h - I e r to th e fro n t door. I le d o esn 't soc th e boys he th in k s threw the pep- ! hie a t th e w indow , im ag in in g he f r ig h t- en ed th em a w ay . T h en th e t ic k - tao* j s t a r t s a g a in . W hy, boy, som etim es y o u can b r in g j f a th e r to th e door a dozen tim es he- y fo re he d isco v ers th e t ic k - ta c k on tile � ^w in d o w ! T ic k -tac k in g is a g re a t sp o rt, bu t. a s w as s ta te d above, th e "cops" c a n � n o t be persuadi-d to see a n y th in g f a n � n y In it. M aybe it w ill he ju s t a s w ell if yon s la y indoors and duck fo r ap p le s w ith y our lit t le b ro th e r a n d Sis� te rs . Amonfr th e cam p aig n sp eak ers is one n o t unknow n to fam e in o th e r w ays, to w it. L illian R usse ll. 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W hen he knocked at th� door o f h is d a u g h ter '. hom e th e fa m � ily w a* terror str ick en , th in k � in g he w a* a g h o st. H e is in good h ea lth . A b low upon h is sk u ll, b eca u se of w h ich a s liv er o f bone p ierced h is brain tw e n ty year* a go , im believed to have ca u se d am n esia . HITS ' BOB' S' ' D A M N A B L E FALSEHOODS' C R O W D H E A R S LANGER B n n r n r n n r A N D M O R G A N A C C U S E D n u l n c n u r NON PARTISAN LEADERS DEAD KING TO HAVE CROWNNorth Dakota Lenroot Charges I J I Follette With Deception; Says Col� league Saw Benefit in Discontent Ex-Leaguer Badger Attorney General Can- j Hurls Charges of Graft didate Urges Republicans to Vote for Col. 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F t r tw o h o u r * b� p r e s e n te d e v id e n c e c h a r g i n g til� le a d e r * o f th� N o n p a r t i � s a n l e a g u e w i th ahu**** a n d c r im in a l m i s m a n a g e m e n t M A N Y F A R M E R S P R E S E N T I 'a r r n e m f r o m a l l o v e r th� c o n n rd y w e r e p r e s e n t . F a m h r ld g � s e n t i lo w n a *p*'<-ial d e l e g a t io n o f f a r m e r s to I n v i t e M o rg a n a n d i a v n r e r to lu td re * * th e m in C a m b r id g e a m e e t i n g s i l l a r r a n g e d f o r t h s t c i t y n� xt M on d a y n ig h t M o r g a n w a* u r g e d rn (T u rn p* p age I� colum n 6i S ' MIM IN G u p h is a t t a c k .A gainst I be Nor i nor* nu* o league w ith a pie** t h a t W I� n n m n v o t e r s "S|>411 tie* rc is i td l* -a n t i c k e t tv* make I t s t r a ig h t .* IN I ll nu ll J M o rg a n , r e p u b l tc n n mourn�� f,*r a t t o r n e y g e n , s a l . s p e a k in g a t th e h 'g tt .a b o o l i u i d P o r iu n i l a s t n ig h t , i ir g e il t h a t I6r>h�*ri K MisY�> t*� e le c te d g o v e r n o r a g am a* . J o h n J . B is m e , w h a , h� c h a r g e d , ut n o t a r e p u b l i c a n b u t a to o l in th� h a n d * o f A- �* TX�wmle�, s ts 'iiW lst l e a d e r o f th� N o n p a m s a a le a g u e . ' It I* o f g r e a t e r im p * � r tsn c e . o f m o re I v i t a l n e c o s s t ty t o th e m a t� o f W in- J Ch m a in .'' M o rg an doe lu m rt, " th a t B la in e , T o w n le y '* 'o o i . i�e in th� l a s t 30 yc-arw in tis* HIW�, t h a t Iu lh b e e n frau gh t w t i i i j w� m u c k v ta lig e r t h a n t h i s ISKI!� o f th e I c o n t r o l o f VS is c o n .d i i by th� **�*taii�t h a i l e r s o f th e N o n ;* s rt urn ii !**�*? u� n . - s id in g in N o r th IhckiH i*," M o rg a n s a id . A G A IN S T L E A D E R S H I P " I a m n o t a g u i l t* ! f o m p r s ' . t rg m n l- zatloiiM . " h e c o n 'i n u e d . " In f a c t . I th v > n m g h ly l� e liev e t h a t ?h�*y haw * �v- (T u rii to img� I�. Oulu m n 7) Blood Poisoning Fatal to Alex� ander Following Bite of Pet Monkey; Ruled Since 1917 B U L L E T I N L O N D O N P r in c e P s u f h a s b e e n c e l le d to th e G re e k t h r o n e to s u c � c e e d h is b r o th e r , A le x e n d e r , t h e G re e k le g a t io n a n n o u n c e d to d a y . B e r s u s e of P a u l '* a b s e n c e f r o m t h e c o u n t r y , a r e g e n c y w ill be e s , t a b l e t t e d , a c o u n c i l o f c a b i n e t m i n � i s t e r s r u l i n g t h e c o u n t r y u n t i l t h i e is e s t a b l i s h e d , i t w a s s a id . T h e le g a t io n m a d e p u b l ic a m a s � s a g e f r o m t h e c o u n c i l o f m i n i s � t e r s to t h e p u b l ic . I t r e a d : **1n a c c o r d a n c e w i th c o n s t i t u � t i o n a l o r d e r , P r in c e P a u l h a s b e e n c a l le d to th e t h r o n e , b u t o w in g to h ie a b s e n c e f r o m G re e c e e n d e x i s � t i n g r e l a t i o n s b e tw e e n t h e g o v e r n � m e n t a n d E s K in g C o n s t a n t t r e e s f a m i ly , t h e g o v e r n m e n t h a s c o n � v o k e d t h e c h a m b e r , w h ic h w ill e le c t a p r o v is io n a l r e g e n t . M e a n � t im e t h e c o n s t i t u t i o n a l p o w e r o f r o y a l ty w ill b e e* erc i# fcd by t h e c o u n c i l o f m in i s t e r s . ( T u r n t o f�sr� I�, c o l u m n 3 | 9 S T O K E R S DIE IN SHIP B L A S T H A V f m K i n s g i i k r n i , k i l l e d in n u i e x pkM rton o n th� l i n e r lac F r a n c e , wu-ru D ik en M b or� her� la!� y**st�r�lay fo r | b u f la L F iv e m o r e s t o k e r a w� r� in Jure*!. 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