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Madison Wisconsin State Journal (Newspaper) - September 17, 1920, Madison, Wisconsin
Badger weather Attr tonight and saturday. To Lalit Fraih winds. Ite journal City edition sixteen pages vol. 135, no. 167. 81st year Madison w1s., Friday afternoon september 17, 1920. Price three cents Trade body hits Packer Sale plan would not result in divorce of stockyards from packing interest opinion of commission u. W. Medical Dean to wed school aide r Wash Kutok the cider Al Trade in a. Report to Aurum a general Painter Public today. Conte Nind pro Posada of the packers to sell their holdings in in Largo Stock Yards to a holding company to be organized by y. Ii. Princo Nyrl company Boston. Tha packers proposal Ted recently to local courts which Bave charge of thai voluntary injunction entered against the packers its . Of Tho Orr Cement that hey would dispose of their business not i a Cully related to to killing and dress in of meats. Thyl reasons a even by Tho commas Olon Cor its cosi Lorn nations Wero that Tho Long time relations of h. Trunco with the Packerd have been Buch thit the plan As outlined Wlsh not result. In the opinion of the commis Sion. In a Divo Cement of the Stock Yards from a Cirei and Siut Tho wll rps it in an of the monopoly Law of land i renter Nurt More Cerious than Tho existing Infra Choiu greater monopoly the Ihnn gives a his tory of Thyl connect Una of t Rinco and comp my with the packers and Tho Uso of bearer warrants a the ownership of the Chicago Stock Yards. Pronco ant company Taos in this Travisi Ilion. The comm Leb on that tha plan now presented to the court will result in a j monopolization of the Stock Eer Luc of Tho country than now exists is shown by Tho fact tha it will Nanial Vanir of into new holding rot Pauy la of Tho principal Stock Yards in which Tho different packers now hold vary ing the commission s statement the Lor rile will permit to own at curly tic. Watkins left Madison Early this morning by. Mito Sobelo for White Watkins not preparing to move says so or. Aaron prohibition Date for water. It will ape Alt in Klov Horn to night. Ills trip a will be with a prohibition rally in Racine saturday night. The speaker neither praised last Nicht. Has Only it Vic acc to loj Lions of the dry a a s. Watkins parly Candi president was joke in Madison Lait Nuht does t Lake his for ejection very seriously. Me said so himself in a Chat with a re Porter for the Wisconsin slate journal. What a you think of your evian pcs for Freiny elected the candidate was of with a Sinift net much. There Aro no Strong that i will be lie it would be quite a Surprise net a deafening one 1 would say. You see Tho trouble is that our people Scal Ier their vote because they think the matter which of major parties will go into the White i can t say. I have found a tremendous floating vote not the Type 01 this kind of vote loafers arid drifters but among our solid people. They Haven t made up their mind because they have n t much to effect will the vote of women have on the i Dan t expect any revolution bemused of he woman vote. They will their vote in the majority of cases Hus bands fathers or folks in general Dan t you trial women will have a conc effect on Ameri Cin eventually of course. They will bring cleaner and wholes Mer conditions. Women arouse the in Mon and we can Lack Forward i am sure to a belter political aspect. But Rich to or. Walks added smiling broadly women Are is it True thai the prohibition party now that it has won its fight for a Federal amendment abolishing liquor will turn its efforts to curtailing he was asked by the reporter. There is nothing to do. 01 course most Prohl Bitimis s Don l us tobacco but the prohibition party a Cen t belief the in any legislation on or. Watkins said. Seized Man who wrote warning notes is arrested in Canada seek Driver of death list reaches 35 n. Y. 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