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Racine Journal News (Newspaper) - December 31, 1920, Racine, Wisconsin Tue Racine Jour x a in news Fri Day afternoon. Dec pm mfr 31, 1920. 17�?capt. Walter Haight s Book Quot a i settled when they get their de a 16�?George Peterson resigns As a 27�?lucille Fleurant Marinette and i Kuehn Kiona wis., and Frank pcs a ale Lena Kark and Earl Kinner. Cine county in the world War Quot is mands. Trustee at the county insane any laites Hemen. Ter. Madison Jennie Tuttle and Frank off the press. 13�?census reports prove that Racine j Lum which stops the resignation of 28�?Gladys Nolte Milwaukee and 30�?Amanda Stracke and Peter per Giannoni. Harry Jefferson a bar room 209 is second City in Wisconsin. Sup supt. Lewis. William Hood named in Bernard Miller Gertrude Grabe and ills Chicago Adelaide Ruzicka and 4�?Anna Christiansen and Fred main Street raided by prohibition error s population is 39,624 or 18, Peterson a place. 17�?supervisors vote to increase their and Thorwald Thompson the Jou Mal news presents Here agents. Arrests May follow. 869 less than that of this City with its Annua review of the year 19�?engineer and fireman both from 16-�?school officials Are considering covering All deaths marriages and in fond do Lac killed in head inputting the High school on a half portent happenings occurring in a freight wreck at Honey Creek. Day schedule in order to accommodate Cine while great care has been sex 20�?dairymen of county hold meet the Many pupils who wish to attend. Erci a cd in getting up this review in at Corliss to protest against a1 21�?City Council taking Steps to bar j id City tax rate fixed at to Mills which going Over All the legend ill treatment at the hands of heavy traffic from Asphalt paved j county must raise $1,041,970.85 for papers issued during the year or the nestles food company at burling streets. State and county purposes rows have undoubtedly crept in. H or ton. Nestles food company refuses j 23�?life savers Rescue three boys who 29�?Many burglaries these we ask your indulgence and to Purchase milk handled through the were blown far into the Lake in a 30�?strike at Hamilton Carl Jorgenson Kenosha Mae Evans Harry Krueger Milwaukee Florence Lange Dorothy Jensen and Charles pay from $4 to $5 per Day. Is Bounty Board decides county will assist town of it. Pleasant in providing Lake Shore Protection. Fox and Albert Brennan Emily be Ortell Florence Thomas and Ralph for any omissions. Co operative marketing company to life boat. Results in a riot. Local authorities 0 to a Var a Thomas the review will show tha the City which most of the dairymen belong. 26�?warrants issued for five local Send to gov. Philipp for help. He. Janesville. Hit its usual stride in 192. The of 22�?county Road committee awards Saloon men who were trapped in a threatens to Send troops Here. Affairs a h ,ar0usset\�?T in rear and contracts for Cement roads to be raid by dry officials. Settle Down without further trouble. 1 k p n u 4 Trosen Denmark. _ 5�?Agnes Goebel Caledonia John december Mutchie Lucile Reinhart Lonroe 30�?lena Erna and Jacob Lohr Hart i Terson Huntington and John Christ Millar Kankakee in. Sena Hansen Ford wis. Lucia Miller and George i Pherson Amanda Faulkenberg and and Edward Ditlevson. Nelson. J William Kuehneman Frances Miles -5�?catherine Leuker and Edward a Chicago and Edgard Sadousky Zlevor Ethel Norton Wisconsin May Anna Dahl and Alfred Ludwig both rapids and Joseph Richards. I Kotun Inq re a of North Cape Ida Reiter and de 6�?Myrtle Naleid and Charles Kan j1. A attn Jota and a iar5 Ward Hueffner Doris Healy and Rev. K Nen Herg or. Marjorie Nelson. York reported Here. Aai to atthe a John Corpe Beloit Josephine Krain Ville and Henry Eric Klinoff Florence a Beach factory jiv1 vlf0 a a Dorchester and Earl Meyers Miller and Bryan Correll Martha Lenzke Caledonia and Ernst trick. death rate of the previous two years caused by the War and in Laid at Union Grove and Yorkville. 27�?Wisconsin Telephone company flu Enza fortunately coming to an end. 24�?August Eisenhut elected As City 1 petitions state rate Board for higher july Ellen Evans and Leland August Viola Brunn and Einer Christoph Erson. 9�?Grace Beaumont Beaumont and Robert Bonner Lake Villa 111. Clara Kark and John Barta. There were slightly More weddings treasurer by plurality of 1,526 Over rates in this City. Inc Frances Mutterer and Nicholas 12�?catherine Farrier and Christ than usual which were probably caused William Bayman his opponent in 29�?officials of Klinkert Brower by the Soldier boys uniting with the primary election. Other results an. Company fined $1,500 in the Federal by caused by the resignation of judge girls they left behind them in the pounced i court at Milwaukee for manufacture e. B. Belden. Local tax rate fixed at in Edward Harvey named president i Hafl a a i Heyl Carolyn go Hui to Lauretta Moeller and George flatten. Of the y. M c. A. To no the Varan i Jacs,b�?z5f&Quot car ,e"ny1s 6�?Mary Miller and Albert Hoffman and establishment of new Homes. As usual deaths exceed marriages in the Winter months while the reverse is True in the summer. 25�?first annual Road school opens at ing Beer containing a court House. J 28�?Racine swy ept by Tail end of by i a us St i $28.33 per $1,000. J 3�?supt. Longanecker and clerk Joseph Moritz Given substantial raises 8�?Anna Lotz and Harry Schoolcraft Watertown Florence Jelliffe and Taylor Brokaw Martha Knolle and Walter Grau. Sommerville x. To 13�?Lydia Hansen and Marlin Mickel sen Spencer. La. 15-�?Julia Franke Berryville and or january 2�?mrs William Bower burned to death when a can of Coal Oil exploded at her Home on new Quot ieans legion goes on record As being of Olone which devastated Elgin we j 2�?baby Carriage containing the twin salaries by school Board Evanston 111., and killed Many pee Vear chd son of or. And mrs. John 6�?Hamilton-Beach company starts pie. East Troy woman Only one to Nelson 1711 Mead Street dragged $100,000 damage suit against spec die in Wisconsin. Three blocks by interurban car. Child Ial machinists Union no. 767. 1 i fret in Racine Post of the american escaped uninjured. 7�?t c i a a Truta George Pfleger Gladys Mills Wales Owen Roberts Kenosha. 2�?Helen Mogensen and or. Lynne cliche Champaign in. Nest Schwarm Helen Katafiasz and 3�?Dorothy Jensen and Edward Phil Walter Smolenski. 19 a to 1brich Louette Mohr and Theo. 16�?Marie Dastrup and Edward Bijj ? a Wco son. I Christensen Marie Shemanski Fred Behm. Ripon Clara turn u and Lillian babe. Franksville and a Reedsburg and John Donohue. Log sen Mary Kearns and 31 posed to any further Federal Bonus to service men. April 1�?traction company agrees to Continua Selling weekly passes at $1.00. 2�?experts say the stat Street Bridge is in a dangerous condition May be closed to All traffic. 4�?Council May abandon plan for the Llu state rate Board fixes new rates Purchase of the Gas works. For water patrons which will go 6�?school Board authorizes running into effect on Jan. I. The High school on a half Day 13�?Council to discuss raises granted school officials. I 4�?school Board asked by Council to schedule. 7�?fire at 1737 Thurston Avenue discloses big whisky still owned by Stanley Pinkow ski. Day 3�?seventeen arrested Here in Federal raid on radicals seven More warrants out. 4�?julius j. Goetz to continue As per Fex Radiator company a trustee on court order issued by judge Belden. 6�?Federal agent grills Radical suspects in Racine county jail. 7�?225 in attendance at annual convention of state master builders which opened Here today. 9�?George Karnani elected second Vic president of master builders. Will hold next state convention at Janesville. 10�?thirty people mostly girls pm a a played by Rahns. A Epe ened while v inner for treasurer of Racine Llu Franklin Roosevelt. Democratic eating soup at the y St. C. A. A c to it rect a a a a a c1ub 12�?four Kenosha people injured a was struck 10�?councl to order work on 1 a convention Pill than. ,. Mrs. L. C. Hahn loses Long court 15 a hip put pro red wine Minn 3�?Racine county a population fixed Battle for the $90,000 estate of Ai , red my. Linn., at 79,011. Theodore w. Johnson. And Laurence Maynard. 17�?Ethel Gulbrandson and Emil Chevalier Appleton. Minn. Flora Mickelson and John Giannoni Annie Feuerer and Otto Oertel. 18�?edith Fellows and Fred sow Ell. 19�?bessit Shannon and Otto Kosch in Ragnhild Peterson and Frank thur Bartel Franksville Gertrude a sport ind. Spillum and William Hanson. I 19�?Elsie Gresen Seymour and Adam 8�?Lydia Johnson and Laurets j Miller. Beck. N 21�?Mabel Thompson and Robert pot 9�?flora Swenson and Ernest Styberg. Tinger Grace Linthrop and Carl 12�?mrs. Emma Peterson and Viggo Peterson. Peterson 23�?Viola Otto and Walter Clausen. 15�?nanna Johansen and Louis Par 25�?Esther Lahr and Paul Boehm. R r Rad a7ian Eving unasked for gauge r ,. Viola ,.-.ukanrath and raises in salaries to school officials. Charles i Orf Nee r it a psf her Pere 3�?old Secor trunk company Plant 8�?eight Hundred nmn out at the 16�?Hamilton-Beach strikers Start am Oscar Tob no san Theresa Kahot purchased by Racine investment Hamilton Beach factory. Confer damage suits for si.100.000 against Stevent Point and Alfred Wuerker a company for 1100.000 ence leads to no settlement. Fred Olua and others. Nellie Bennett. Norway and Eugene 4�?Armstrong divorce suit opens in Ion Bond Issue of one million dollars ii in olde Mill at the rapids Burns re Rani Hrisi Rhonn to Nsengi circuit court. To be used for school purposes to to the ground with a loss estimated a a 7�?la Follette men carry Racine Coon be submitted to voters at next Clee j at $30,000 to in Spring election. Eisenhut is Tion. J 22�?gov. Philipp refuses request of Indiana authorities for the extra be de dish and Steven White san Antonio Tex. Elsie melding and Arthur Bittorf. 20�?Louise Vanbree and John Chap i Man Pearl Flanagan and Lark Mel is when their automobile by an interurban car at the intersection of seventeenth and Villa streets. 13�?Caledonia Farmers offer to Settle with government on a Cash basis for their land which was taken Over for the int Plant. 15�?start Sale of Stock to raise funds for the erection of an armory $75. 000 is needed for purpose shares sell at 150 each. 16�?revenue agents arrive Here to see that the eighteenth amendment which goes into effect saturday morning at 12 01 is enforced 17�?several new cases of flu Are reported in City. 18�?worst blizzard of season grips City traction lines tied up tugs caught in ice. House candidate for vice president talks action of mrs Gladys Crocker and Vin mrs. Hannah Jones and Chati Lvere charged with Krause Eugenia Sharpe and Celt in the 18�?Wisconsin state horticultural kidnapping her daughter Pauline Denman. Ranf Luella Field. Walworth and Philip Carsten Chicago 16�?fern Lang and Clayton Dow Pernell Eckstrum and Alvin Nelson Kenosha. 17�?Clara Schneider and Reinhold Liedick Eva Nelson and Oscar Christensen. 19�?Emma Jensen and William Ries Milwaukee Rose Hayward and or thery. Nest Peterson Elizabeth Kurth Mil 30�?Emma Mickelson and Roy kid we Aukee and Frank Bahnemann. Der. 23�?hannah Vader and Frederick Gross. Milwaukee. J november ecu j 24�?Mary Chaslavsky and George j Jna Martir Freier. Kenosha Arshalous Torosian and Eikor doctorian. 26�?adela Kottmeyer and Lester Ching. 27�?matilda Dietrich and John Braun Ulasta Kriz and Theodore Owen. 28�?Lillian Stephen and Bernard Rol dus Lillian Jorgenson and Elmer proposed new Bridges rushed. J piety opens two Day 13�?local Gas Plant hit by Coal Here. A Council tentatively decides to shortage. 24�?City to erect new isolation hos Grant to the Edward Gillen Oom 14�?police and firemen granted in Pital at an estimated Cost of $125, Pany the contract for tim constr to crease of $25 per month in salaries too. Tion of the new Bascule Bridge at state to go into effect on june 1st.30�?senator Irvine i it Root candidate Street. 15�?Council considers putting Day j for re election gives local address. 31�?the Greiling company of Green Bay whose bid was declared in of september valid is still contending for the con 1�?mayor Armstrong explains Why he tract having guaranteed the City a vetoed the franchise which would bid not in excess of its first figures in have Given the traction company the 21�?loretta Haas Dubuque. Ta., and mrs. Anna Ecklyn and i. Freid Moril Lehman Elsie Schmidt and Man. Arthur Rick. 24�?Bertha Johnson and James Lew 28�?Esther Neff and John Curcio Rose Fuerer and Charles Stark. Light saving into Eft not Here. 17�?-residents of Racine county ask for better schools. 19�?Gas famine near Coal Supply Low 20�?Council defers action on Daylight right to Lay switch tracks on Layard saving ordinance. Avenue and Good Street. 21�?John Seib named president of the 3�?parents of children living in the new City Council. Fifteenth Ward demand better school 23�?George Hamilton who served 23 facilities. Months of a life sentence for the 4�?James Cox democratic candidate event All present bids Are rejected and new bids advertised for. Marriages Anduski. 26�?Margaret Welmer Kirsch. Plain View. Minn., and William Boehlke Rochester Minn. 27�?genevieve Beaugrand and Burt Olson. 28�?ruth Kaig Rockford 111., and Donald Oliver 29�?�?alma Brown and Herman Christensen Beulah Davies. Camp Douglas and Earnest Mundstock. Mable Bagios and Peter Kiehl. Milwaukee. 29�?mao Kupsch and Max stopper. 30�?Florence Stellberg and Anton Thiele. August Viola trucker and William Starr. 9�?Anna Hansen and Fred Catley. And Irving Raatz Mary Wilsey and Albert Sanburg Grace Keeler and Georgeen re tag on August 27th. 4�?jessie rappers. Caledonia and Henry rappers Cecilia Bernhardt and Bernal Azeltine Lillian Mccarthy and Ronald stauss. 6�?Elizabeth Hughes and Owen Jones. 8�?Katherine Hanley and Conrad Lahr. Alleged murder of Edward Warner freed by judge Bolden because of Lack 20�?-mrs. Maurice Luckey knocked Sunjic ent evidence. 30�?May create five new wards in this City. Unconscious by burglar at her Home 1536 Owen Avenue. 26�?industrial co operative Union starts suit against e. E. I Ewis Racine county Farmer to recover face value of note. This is a test Case affecting 42 Farmers in this Vicinity. Company later won Case. 27�?twenty-one new cases of influenza City Purchase the traction company reported in City. Appeal sent out for 6 May in fear of Gas famine dispelled when company gets cargo of Coal. 4�?mayor appoints Council committee for president Speaks Here in his swing around the Circle. 7�?iceland Yorke and h g. Stiles die from injuries sustained when their Auto crashed into an interurban car South of the City during a heavy fog. 8�?large vote polled in Racine county in the primary election. Many women vote. Cooper re elected As Republican candidate for Congress january 3�?Rose Jesse Roberg and Arthur Otto Fehlberg. 5�?vera Korber and Alvin Rubjarg. 6�?carrie Peterson Fresno Calif., and Harold Hansen. Llu Elizabeth Little Gary ind. And Cleo e. Walton. 17�?meta Belding and Herbert june Irene Lepine and Otto Dahlquist. Nellie Johnson and Robert Leslie new Orleans. La. 7�?Charlotte Giesler and Carl Niemann Thornton 111. Irma Klaus and j. A. Dunse Edythe Erni Milwaukee and Charles Jandl Martha Gonten and Ernest Spreng Chicago i Freda Luedtka r. I and John Betty Walling and Harry Zahorek Hauch r. I. Purses to care for the sick. 28�?state rate Board hears Many complaints against local Street car service. 29�?John s. Allen member of state t0 of Havins 1001 band Issue Defeated 24 �?clara11 Baker Busher and August Jenson Gladyce Griesmer and Stanchil e. Hardy Henrietta Visich by City voters. Downtown land values to be boost 13�?nate James announces that he of by City assessors thus year. Will make the run for sheriff on the 7�?James Rodigan elected president Independent ticket. Jack Jones res of the Board of education. Cued after Drifting in Lake off this 8�?City Council decides not to convert City for 18 hours his Bride who was to Square Park into an automobile with him on a a honeymoon a Craft rate Board promises citizens better parking space. I drowned Street car service. Ion Home Scarcity being Felt Here is i 3 5�?expert to set valuation on the 30�?Street Railroad officials want to tim ate City needs 6,000 More Homes. Loc in holdings of the Wisconsin try out one Man or Birney Street Llu James Hettinger elected chairman Gas a electric company. Cars Here of the Racine county Board of sup 17�?defeat of High school Bonds 31�?cost of remodelling present City Ervi sors. Bits out fact that school Board Hall building estimated at $133,000. 12�?local masons plan drive to raise had already bought the plans for the a $200,000 for the Purchase of a new school from a Chicago firm of Archi be Brit Ary t Home. Tests. Paying $5,000 for same. 3�?Council decides not to bar a a Jazzy 14�?friedman company leases old a 22�?Robert manch a prisoner at the music in local dance Halls. Sonic Temple for a period of 99 county jail tried to hang himself 4�?traction company tries out two years at an estimated rental of one but was Cut Down by Deputy sheriffs car trains on West sixth Street Dur million dollars. I 23�?alderman George Jorgenson 15�?deputy sheriff Arthur Herman in elected chairman of the Racine stantly killed when his motorcycle county Republican committee crashed into a Washington Avenue 24�?body of mrs. Jack Lone was Street car while he was chasing a found in Lake off port Washington negro who had broken out of jail. 2 5�?Many accidents mar safety week 17�?Hamilton-Beach company takes which is being observed Here this Over a huge Plant at Waterbury week. On conn., at a Price estimated at from 29�?aldermen sidetrack plan to Pur two to three million dollars. I Chase the Gas works. 18�?Council decides to go ahead with the building of a new Hospital for the care of communicable diseases. 21�?.Bridge hearing set for May 25 by state rate Board. Or Kenosha and James Heusdens. 26�?Alice Mcgrath. Fond do Lac. And William la Rastall. 28�?Verna e. Gillen and m. J lock Gladys Risberg and Erickson of Marinette wis 31�?Lillian Peterson and c g of Chase. Kansas. Knob Harry revel Lucile Monian and Lawrence com to Caroline Stephen r. I. And Theo. Jensen Charlotte Gevers and Edward Septon. 2�?betty Greb and Joseph Yunkes Milwaukee Ellen Christofferson and Theo. Schlegiel and Howard Pecker. 3 a Mildred Albrecht Herbert Tommerup and Austin Mosher. 4�?ruth Hannemann Milwaukee and Edward Zahn Myrtle Vand Ellioff. Charlotte. Mich., and Rosco Parks 5�?Myrtle Collins bail 9�?alma Dettman. Chicago Joe Weng Chicago Myrtle Larson and Emil Sommers. Llu Anna Roselle and Ernest Payne Pansy Underwood and William Walley. Marie corny 14�?Mary Wolfraim Cadillac. Mich., and Harry Brinkman. 16�?winnifred Keith Galesville wis., and Rene Pinto. 17�?Florence Lalomie and m. J. Lloyd Evanston w. Peshtigo Atill Olive Bryant 10�?Louise Kanetzke and Roy Buff Ham r. 4. 11�?-Clara Mueller and Frank Braun r. 4 Arshalous Tekeian and Armens median. 15�?della Norman Escanaba and Andrew Wendt. 17�?catherine Meyer Caledonia and Charles Vrana Marie Meyer Caledonia. And John Braun Caledonia Beulah Dudley. Rock Island 111., and Edward Richow. 18�?Irene Fraser Honey Creek and Ellsworth Mcconnell Louise Kohl Man r. 4. And John Jensen Martha Kohlman r. 4, and i red Kanetzke. 2 2�?wanda Walker and William Cruetzburg Regina Barra and Peter Schwartz. Hartford. Wis 23�?magdalen Bauer. Caledonia and Wenzel Wagner Oak Creek Margaret Dailey Equality 111., and Earl is Anita Peterka r. I. And Vincent Mulqueen Charlotte Anderson Chi Novak. R. I Leslie brie and Rob Cage and Frederick Jepson chicagoan a 5y.k. it Hendrickson. Irene Pilger and Charles Hassell and Linier Breckenfeld Clara -j9�?Margaret Fergus and John Allen. 24�?marian Nelson and Arthur 21�?sophie Kraftcheck and John Wuerzberger mrs. Gertrude Peter Schwengel. Son Madison and John Frederickson. Rochester Elizabeth Christensen and ing Rush hours. 6�?county Highway commission awards j. R. Griffith contract for laying four Miles of Concrete Roadway on twelfth Street Road at $22.-500 per mile. In six Are arrested and 40 Gallons of Raisin whisky taken in raid place at 961 Milwaukee Avenue. 9�?decide not to organize local guard companies until some plans a made for the erection of an armory Here. Ii on the grounds that the prices Are too High the City Council turned Down All bids for the remodelling of the City Hall. February 4�?Peter Tiedeman and Bertha Bro Bach. 11�?richard Robinson and mrs. Mable Baker. San Diego Calif. 12�?Marie roster in an and Wallace be rth. 16�?iren Ellicott Chicago and Alfred Wright la Ethel Peterson and Alvin Christensen. 2a�?Gladys i be and Herbert Bloudek Pearl Nelson and Louis Cadwell. 2 4�?Gertrude twombly and Roy Johnson. 23 Emma Christensen and Georg Lister mrs. Etta Flora and John Miller. October in Plizner Smith Dies at the county insane Asylum after having a struggle with Henry Tyler an attendant. A Hood named assessor to Tyler was arrested and charged with fill vacancy caused by the resignation of John Liegler. Who served in Percx Radiator company mix up that capacity for 28 years. Is aired in circuit court. 13�?conductor on fourteenth Street line hits mayor William Armstrong in the eve during an argument 14 a Strauss Bascule Bridge com pan v will probably be Given the contract for the new Bridge to be built Over the River at state Street. 16�?dr. Luther Schnetz appointed surgeon general of the uniformed ranks. Knights of pythias. 17�?City to make efforts to sell old isolation Hospital site to the county. Is jury returns verdict against City in attempt to open Holmes Avenue South of the St. Paul tracks. 19�?bids for work on Franklin school and new Mckinley school found to exceed $4 50,000 Bond Issue by $150.-000. 27�?mrs. J. D. Fox. 1539 Augusta Street died three hours after by 23,.�?rate Board hears evidence As to need of new Bridges Here but reserves decision until later. 29�?impressive services to Mark memorial Day Here on monday. June manslaughter but was found not guilty. 2�?according to the new census the population of Wisconsin is 2,631,-839. 4�?Frank Roach arrested Here on a serious charge involving a Little girl at Richland c atm. 5�?downtown merchants stage a successful Dollar Day. 2�?auto parking ordinance passed by 8�?school Board is a new sit in the Northwestern part of the City. 12�?state Street Bridge which has been closed to traffic for some time past opened for Small City St Root cars. Ii elks Ras $14,000 ii local drive to Aid the Salv a Ion army. 20�?mayor in annual message says Racine is out of the Village class Dent of u. C. T. And and that the City my it or should get a City Council. 3�? Twenty second annual convention of the United commercial travellers now in session Here. 4�?martin l. Smith named assistant superintendent of the local school system. Has been principal of the Franklin school for the past 45 years. 5�?John g. Zesiger. Re it Quot Nwa Falls Chippewa Falls Given toe 1921 convention. Llu twelfth Ward Booster club asks for fire station in that District. Ing accosted by a Masher while shop 14�?church and a amp la destroyed by fire Ping on main Street. Marcu 3�?residents of City to vote on $685.-000 Bond issues in Spring $300,000 for state Street Bridge $145,000 for West sixth Street Bridge $40.ooo for Milmine Road Bridge and $200,000 for other purposes. At Honey Creek wis. 15�?City s new $100,000 isolation hos salary of $5,000 per year. 22�?water Board asks state Railroad commission to readjust schedule Here. Cite s tentative budget is set at $993,61 4. 26�?assessed valuation of property in Racine is $7.840,388 which is near plug to be erected on the Brooker in $12,000,0 0 More than it was last property in Frank Street. 17�?state Street Bridge closed to traffic. 22�?City attorney claims poor service Given patrons of the Gas company is because of the fact that 30e/c o March 2�?Hazel Stephan and Herman Kranz. 3�?-Faye Jacobs and William Klespe. 5�?dorcas Christensen and Albert Gerber Martha Clark. Marquette Mich., and j. W. Adriance. 10�? Florence Johnson and Charles Perkins. Indiana Harbor. Hid Florence , Kenosha and Mimer Lortz. 11�?Bertha Raetzke it. Pleasant and George Gerber. Franksville Estell Chiconsky Corliss Ami Russell Bronson Margaret Anderson and a. J Mueller. 12�?zolla Rasmussen Lansing. Midi., and Walter Gregory Theresa kill Berer and Walter Barth. 15�?Martha Christopherson and n. P. N Elson Standard. Alberta Canada. 18�? a Atherine Wallis. Rochester and William Laskov Boston. Mass. 2 2�?Anna Luedtke and James Johnson Myrtle Mathews and Walter Christianson. 23�?Rose Ila Steimberg and Joseph Oliver. 24�?blanche Sharkey and John Cooper. 25�?ada Dykstra and Garrett Fries Ema. Franksville Minnie Gruel Chicago and Nels Anderson. 26�?Amanda Finch i. R. I. And William. Pooch it 29�?Minnie Talbut and Harry Brown. Jacobson and William Glide Frances Iva in h and Edwin Hahn. 7�?Emma i Illert and Herman Quinn 23�?cathrvn Bongarts and Harry Worts and William huge Rutledge Alice Cahoon and Ells Seena Hansen and Ernes v. Agner. Worth Jones Pauline Kanetzke my so Martha Gotsche and Raymond pleasant and Theo. Drefahl West Smith Kathryn Greb and Edmund Allis. Karkow Amanda Haas and William Buhler Mabel Halberstadt and Ernest Mischke Claire Shim mag and Percy Henderson Moberly. To. Gertrude Orme and Georg Pierson. Ion Angeline Evans and Leo Harter or Kina Krenzke and Victor Wol Langk mrs. Mary Dranson and p. W. Jensen Verna Thomas. R i. And Bias. Werner. Kenosha. 12�?Emma Luedtke and Edwy Ard in Sepmeyer Margaret Rasmussen and Harvey Cook. 14�?lucille Jacobs and Walter oohs. Two Rivers Ethel Boose. Sycamore ii and or. J. F Henken Agnes Wizi Ute and Joe Aleknovicz. Log Lillian Dolenak and William Gur sky Eleanor strophic and John Jameson Mildred blood Antigo and Walter King. Carlyle Green. 25�?Eva Johnson and Arthur Jorgenson Nina Royer Shawano and Charles Erickson Anna Newman and 25�?inga Halverson and Elmer to Steven Thravalos Alice Kuehn. Leland Rose Lehmann and Richard n0sha. And Eugene Wiertz Ethel Sor Siegmund Vera Fox Anji m. J. Blumberg. 26 Elsie rust and Rex Sims. Crawfordville la Bertha Nelson and Adolph Jensen Margaret Hanson and Carl Christianson Enson and John Lepow r. I Anna Siepler and Lewis Schrader mrs. Julia Wells r. 4, and Edgar Ward Lillian Jacobson and Edward Kraepel. 27�?mrs. Nellie Kuschman and William Therkelsen Gertrude Shaw 28�?Ethel Stoffel and Joseph Kolin and Foster Kelly Minneapolis. Sky Marvel Larsen and Gustav egg Nellie Hanson and Arthur myer Dase. J Lucia Perry it. Atkinson and de 30�?bettie tether and Arthur billow Ward White. Akron o. 31�?cornelia Reynolds. Los Angeles. Calif., and George Kimball Muskegon. Mich. So Adelaide Mertins and Ralph Keller. September in Alice Runge. Franksville and Thomas Collen Katherine Kropi Loski and Frank fell Evelyn Titus 16 Hazel Buenning and Harry John Waterford and George Nordberg eve son Gertrude Krause and Edward Anston Emily Davis and Lester Bur Jung. Milwaukee Isabella Fulljames and Albert Frederick Veronica san 2�?hose Olson and Herman diem drs yith Edward mutter Kansas Julia Burns. St. Louis mo., and Ville Norma Klenz. Milwaukee and Arthur Stoffel. George Danek Irene Cook North Chicago and Lester Kionia. Kenosha Hazel Parks Knoxville Tenn and Earl White. Chattanooga Esther Stoffel and Martin Overson. It yer a Johnson and Chas. Illingworth Bessie Christiansen and Edward Bittorf Ida grail and Peter 3�?liliian Hanson and William Oais or Christine Fredlake and Joseph Klinkhammer. 4�?Mabel Weisner and Arthur Andersen Irene Burg Monroe wis. And families Driver Chicago. 7�?lorraine Henningfield and Fredo Lin Robers Minnie Ludwig Keno a or Martha Hansen and Theodore Sha it and Russel Harris Sarah mar Henningsen Katherine Owen and Rno and John Gianforte Verna har John Roberts Crystal. Minn Edna Ler Anc Herman Rothe. Johnson and Bruce Mcgregor i a a a Lydia. Rome and Stuart Sloan Verne Peterson and John Durant Jessie j lodes and Frank Whitacre mrs. Anna Welky and Cai i Jorgen Mayme Katafiasz and Walter Wilson. Son Mary Lehman a id Julius Ray. 9�?Anna Lekowitz and Frank Thome. December 2�?Lillian Jensen. Cambridge wis., i and John Hawdon. Llu Henrietta Kortemeier and Edward Dudek Wausau Myrtle min How and Frank Houdek. 22�?freda Baker Franksville and Tony Christopherson Marion Connell Montague Mich., and Dan Robin. 24�?mrs. H. E. Holmes. Chicago and Alfred Hans chm 29�?Pearl Sauer. Ironwood Mich., and or. W. J. Maag. 30�?tiilie Siepler and Willigan Grady. A Amia Reitsma and Sam de bore. Hinda Meyer and Harry Rayner 5�?the sum of $60.00 is to be spent the plants output goes to Supply rein this county during the coming Nosha patrons. Year for maintaining the county and 23�?carnival Man pleads guilty to state Road systems. 6�?one Man Street cars to be installed on the local traction system Barney seat killed by Federal Quot dry Quot agents while resisting is Arch of his Saloon premise. 1326 Frederick Street. 9�?superintendent of schools Longan Ecker says miss Eva Gordon was gambling and pays $100 Fine. Row on Between sheriff and District attorney because of Case. 24�?dennis Fitzgerald local sealer of weight and measures elected president of the state association at convention being held at Madison. 26�?officials of the Klinkert brewery of this City summoned to Milkau transferred from the Jefferson to Theka by Federal dry agents Tempo Gilbert Knapp school because of action taken by Alderman de. Milker. 9�?state supreme court Grants George Hamilton charged with the murder of Edward Warner and serving a Long sentence at Waupun a new trial on grounds of Lack of evidence. 10�?City scions Rush through a soft drink ordinance requiring dealers to a Jay a License fee based on the number of tables in their places of business 11�?racine�?Ts population is estimated by journal news to be about 60.000. Ary restraint brewery. Order issued against year. 29�?dry agent Bloodgood is Given warm reception in Burlington. April three men Are arrested As a result of j. His experiences there. 5. 30�?racine�?Ts share of the state tax is $258,s45.4 8, which is considerably 7 less than it was lat year. November 2�?women Bray Chilly blasts to cast first presidential ballot. 3�?nate James elected sheriff of Racine county on Independent ticket. Fenry Allen Cooper returned to Congress. 5�?petitions circulated to Force an Lansing Mich. Other vote on the Purchase of the 10�?Rose magi Avellano and Joe Gas works. Wells Dorothy nastier and Wil 6�?John Wnorowski pleads guilty to Jam Harris. New York. Killing his wife on july 17 and is �?~12�?isabelle�?T Gagnon and Caspar 21�?frieda bulge. Milwaukee and Edward Hoeft Claire Canville and John Geb. 22�?carrie Karlsen and Joseph push Elk Eleanor Callender. Union Grove and George Jones r. 3 Grace Pease and Horace Simms Agnes Jacobson and Peter Kisser Mil i dred Wheeler and Leonard Moryks. 23�?Grace Stephan and Robert Roberts. Milwaukee Victoria Peterson and Walter Vogel Elgin 111 Lillian Heileman and Nels Johnson Mabel Behrend and Cornelius Rooney Ethel Aile and Alvin Haumersen Esther Piper r. 4, and Philip Milker mar Reinholdt a ret Gallagher and Edward la Weer Victoria Iavan and Victor Ham Madi july in Gas rates in City Are Given boost by rate Board. 3�?garbage Wagon Drivers strike for curated Here calling for a new elec a raise of $3 per week. J Tion on the matter lacked the re 6�?John Plosives run Down and killed quire number of signatures. Sentenced in circuit court to serve to years in tim state prison. 8�?Gas Plant pure has sidetracked for four year because the petitions Cir Mabel Stuebe and Edward Murphy. 7�?cora Brask and dam Tessmer Josephine lady and Albert Kousek or. Louise skewed and Ager. 8�?Florence Hintze. Milwaukee and son. Or. O o. Schaefer Susan Kenney 24�?nancy Driver and Lyle George Menominee and Georg Barber lil Alice Pomeroy and Lester Hughes ban Ringlund and Bernard Magrud Mamie Elk and Edwin Kaplan Rose or Edna Johnson and Edgar Olson Nelson r. 3, and Christ agerholm Annie Parker and Eugene Brunet r. 3. 25�?Helen Giftie Portage Frank Koloske Edith Christensen and Herman Jensen mrs. Margaret merry r. 3. And Peter Anderson. 26�?angelina Stancati Kenosha and Natali Giardina Mae Sumpter and Ion Edna Laper and Harold Frand son. 14�?Alice Dickey and Lynne Nevitt Bradford in. Bernice Craig and Frank Layton. 15�?Elsie Fischer and John Itzen Hauser Louise Kuehn and John Mikolai mrs. L. Docken and Charles Christenson. 16�?bel vie Stephens r. I and Roland Boldin Gertrude Mundstock and Earl Rankin. 18�?Eleanor Schimmel Pfenig and Charles Wuerker. 20�?hattie Gerber and Fred Weigert. 21�?Mary Landenberg South Milwaukee and Aloys Mangold Anna Shepski and Elmer Fritz Milwaukee Eleanor Jones and Charles Burt Wisconsin rapids. 2 2�?beatrice Mechutan r. 2, and George Krivsky Caledonia Margaret january 2�?alonzo Lobdell. 8 5. 3�?Joseph e. Paddock 81, Sylvania Frank Hagendorf. 49. 4�?hugo Heinrichs. Mrs. Emma Gates 61, Aspin wis mrs. Elmira Nobert 63. Donald c. Nystrom infant Corliss Irene Whittaker 8. 5�?mrs. Mathilda Anderson., 77, Raymond. 6�?mrs. Emma Evans Madison. J. C. Jones 46. 7�?jes Peter Jensen 83. 8�?hugo d. I. R. Peterson 12. John Pescinski. Mrs. David h. Flett. Ion Alfred Blackburn 72, Yorkville Courtland Bones 84, Caledonia. 12�?bolslaw Banowski. Walter a. Hatchwell. 14�?Peter Rasmussen 5 4. 16�?christian Enders infant Corliss Christina j. Henry 81. 17�?John Olson 53. Mrs. Augusta Gomoll 82. Mrs gust Hedlund 32. Mrs. E. D. Briggs. Portland Ore. Lorraine Cherie 13 Deshais. 15�?blo Christensen and Glenn Down Robert Reinbold St. Paul Minn. Of Witt and William Rulle or. Williams and Thomas Owen. 23�?Mae Olle and Fred Huntoon san 19�?George s. Haven 86 Francisco Calif. Anna Brandt and mrs. L. C. Owen. Milwaukee. John Selsus Cecilia Toohey and de Edward Kusch Nann 31. Ward Whelan. Muskegon. Mich. Irene i mrs. Mary Kiefer 89. Corliss Murray and Frank Bron Enhart. J mrs. Jena Nelson 7 6. 24�?maude Minniick Platteville 1 20�?julius Kitzman 20. And Alpheus Roberts Esther de Edward Rantanen 22. 25�?sophia sindbad and Ingvald Amundson Ada Smith Caledonia and Fred Hammes Gladys Linstroth and Harold Smith. 28�?Anna Frisco r. 2, and Joe Kriva Frances Leinenweber Kenosha and i Sling. Milwaukee. A Halwig. Franksville and Otto Jac 16�?veronica Itzenhuiser and Peter ohs. Caledonia far Hie Julian and Henkes r. R i. A Domenico Pascale Helen Kormack 17�?jeanette Welsh and Fred Peil. And John Herchen. R. 2, Emma Han 19�?Margaret Hauser and Peter san son and John Nelson Vida Thomp by an automobile whose Driver ran 9�?Council to consider redistricting Sale. Son and w. J. Mueller Ruth Rosen away without stopping at Hamilton of City and creation of new wards 20�?Elizabeth Prill and John Juliff. Quist and Jack Miller Ernestine Wal Ray Hastings Portland Ore. Hattie and North trip streets. A be douse of the increased number of Washington d. C. Marie Monson tors and Benjamin of West sixth Street Dis voters since women suffrage went in and Rudolph Aksland Frances Buka 28�?catherine Collignon Ashland i Newberry and Earl Behrend i 23_george Talyna 29. _. _ met petition Council to have the to effect. Cek r. I and Walter Tobias r. I and Archie Anderson Roseline Ber 29�?evelyn Jones and Henry heels ?n,�?~�_ca_t1�?~ _ in. 1 Illust office of City comptroller created. Isma Woodard. Muskegon. Mich., and Nard and Clifford Ludlow Grea Dens Florence Anderson and ver a a. A i ,.pays to veterans of Bernard Stellberg. J lakes Agnes Siegel Caledonia and non Marlow Detroit Mich Florence .Roa l bldg which h was at Tann a it it i feet As desired w Oral War on armistice _ Day. 21�?louisa Robers. Burlington and Clarence Rasmussen Ivy Iverson be Naleid and James Brehm Hazel Wil Tan of a it officials. 12 Coal dealers Here quizzed by state George Thomas wash., and Bartholomew Smol i Liaison and Edward Stilb. J1171 Rostran found guilty in Cir Price probes who find everything 24�?Alice Hanshoe and John Soren Len Isabella Butterfield and William cult court of murder of Tom math in the s City cd k. J Pon my pleasant. Dile Natu. Waukegan. I october Oruis and Given life term at w a 15�?one Hundred people elven work j 26�?Elsie Yenkei Caledonia and 29�?Myrtle Jacobson Kenosha and in Estelle Sawyer and Chester Grob no at the Hamilton Beach factory i Harry hamper Caledonia Olive Abraham Gordon Catherine Reinke Bens Milwaukee. 14 garbage Wagon Drivers strike which opened today. Mears and James Lincoln. And Philip Thoennes Elizabeth 2�?Rose Dacquisto Joseph trax n. Engelrup 87, mrs. Hans Union Grove. Mrs. Joseph Cowden new Orleans. La 22�?John s. Austin 80. Mrs. Vergilia Quadraccia 35. John Vonasek 62. Mary Sage Parmelee. Buffalo. N. Y. Reutz and Thomas Hueller Lucille i Walter v. Jannsen Chicago. River on a log when a Jam at the i full Width in front of the Eisendrath which he was tempting to dynamite broke. 13�?tom Mathonia is shot five times by his partner j. S. Pastras. Because of trouble Over Money matters. Law Armstrong divorce Case set for april la. Herman Halbach 58, Waterford Emma a. Yonkos 36. Frank Donnelly 35, Chicago. 26�?Frank Pingatore 16 month. John Smith Caledonia. Thorwald Peterson 29. Emil Danzer 45. Mrs. Mary Randall 63. Mrs. Serne Calles 42. Mrs. Franca Grieta

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