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Chicago Daily Illini (Newspaper) - February 10, 1924, Chicago, IllinoisMember a associated press leased night wire service for sports and general newspaper of the University of Illinois the on Gnu i morning daily in Champaign and Urbana a Ai Community of a 35,000 vol. Pm five cents Urbana Champaign sunday february 10, 1924 Twenty four pages number 129 Herrin is placed under martial Law by edict mayor my 10 for shooting of Constable state militia to refuse visitors admittance to City courts to function Herrin. Fob. In i a restricted martial Law prevails in this City to ii in lit. Having been proclaimed by col. Albert Culbertson in charge of state militiamen sent Here after disturbances last night Between a a wet and Quot dry Quot elements. The militia has taken Over the police Powers of the City and visitors have been instructed to refrain from entering the City Over sunday and monday. The courts will be permitted to function with civilians in charge. Col. Culbertson said. He added that full martial Law would not be proclaimed in the county. Send additional troops decision to apply restricted martial Law was reached tonight after col. Culbertson had been in communication with adj. Gen. Black at Springfield who ordered the dispatch of 10 additional companies of na-1 tonal guard to the county. Col. Cul j Bertson said the situation was not j As satisfactory As desired. A Tolman leaves for Herrin with local company assistant Deanii of men entrails with guards Urbana troop departs under Buchanan to minus Leader special executive committee to direct anti Saloon activities Gloversville Nve a feb. 9�? a special executive committee will direct the activities of. The anti Saloon league of now York pending appointment of a successor to William h. Anderson who resigned on february 5. It was announced Here today by Rev. W. F. Spicer vice president of the league. The resignation of air. Anderson was accepted tuesday at a meeting of the leagues Board of directors. Or. Spicer said. The committee then appointed consists of Benjamin j. Rand of Tonawanda b. H. Fan her of new York league treasurer. And Rev. George Caleb Moor league Secretary. In announcing or. Anderson designation. Or. Spicer said the fact bad been kept a secret until after the former superintendent had been sentenced in court at new York for forgery growing out of his conductance of the league s affairs and accounts. It was explained that the resignation was accepted to take effect immediately and that or. Anderson now is definitely out Quot of league affairs. Ask Preus for group to probe mine disaster Duluth. Feb. 9�?the Federated trades Assembly last night adopted a Resolution petitioning governor a. O. 1�?~reus to appoint a commission composed of five citizens of the a state to investigate the Milford mine disaster at Crosby tuesday. Crosby inn. Feb. 9�?the first concerted Effort at pumping the water front the Milford mine scene of the Guyana Range disaster got under Way this afternoon when punts began sucking from both the mine pit and from Foley Pond water which had flooded the mine. The water in the Shaft where 41 miners lost their lives tuesday afternoon is Down 57 feet from the top tonight. A Large pump throwing 4,500 Gallons per minute has been mounted on a raft in the Pond and is rapidly lowering the level of the water there. Herrin feb. 9�? a a eleven men including mayor c. E. Anderson and Hugh Willis official of the state miners Union and one of the defendants in the Herrin mine massacre were placed under military arrest Here tonight in connection with the death of Constable Caesar Cagle who was shot last night during the disturbances growing out of the liquor raids in Williamson county. Young a a informant the arrests were made on a warrant sworn out on information furnished by s. Glenn y Oung dry worker and one of the leading figures in the recent dry raids in the county. Y Oung said All the. Men were in the party when Cagle was killed those under arrest in addition to mayor Anderson and Willis Are Jim Davis John Murray j. W. Brown Alvin Thomas. Bezzic Byrn m. J. Trout Pete Smith James Johnson and Ora Thomas. Sheriff George Calligan also has been placed under arrest in Eon j Section with Cagle s death. J local troops Springfield. Feb. 9�? Pic ten More companies of state militia late today were ordered to Williamson county to augment the five companies already in duty there. The order was issued by adj. Gen. Black following a telephonic conversation with col. Albert l. Culbertson who is in charge of the troops at Herrin and who stated the situation was not As satisfactory As desired. Black leaves the companies Are first battalion of tie �30tli infantry consisting of the service company of Sullivan Headquarters company of Decatur company a of Paxton. Company b of Champaign. Company c of Springfield. Company d of Danville and the second Squadron of the 106th cavalry consisting of troop. E of Urbana and Tro frs f and a and Headquarters company of Springfield. Adj. Gen. Black left this evening on the special train carrying the Springfield units to a Williamson county. The adjutant general said the 10 companies would reach that county before Daybreak. Y Oung summoned Banville. Feb. 9 is y Oung. Who has been leading raids on bootleggers in Williamson county was today summoned to Danville by assistant District attorney l. T. Alien whose message to y Oung stat d that he wished to consult him concerning a a padlock injunctions a ought by the latter to permanently curb roadhouse and Quot other places where liquor has been sold in that county. A Paris iii., feb. 9�?company a a machine gun company of the 130th infantry with three machine guns departed for Marion today. Capt. Robert g. Tolman. Assistant Deanii of men. In of cosy Pany a 130th infantry Illinois National guards entrained with 10 Champaign men at 9 o clock last night for Herrin in response to a Call from adj. Gen. Carlos. E. Black issued at the direction of gov. Len Small. Troop e. La oth cavalry composed for 60 Urbana men under the command of capt. Kenneth Buchanan departed for the riot area with the Champaign company. Lieut. Col. C. W. Neunan is in charge of the twin cities militiamen As Leader of the detachment mobilized from Danville Paxton Decatur Sullivan Champaign and Urbana. The special train which left Champaign last night carried besides local units company a of Paxton service company and regimental Headquarters company of Sullivan. Maj. John Powers is in command of the Decatur and Sullivan troops. Students among troops i University students who went wore . Apple 24 of in Coria c. S. Gris Wold. 37 of Brooklyn n. Y r. L. J Webb �?T24 of Farmer City. J. E. In Man 25 of Chicago and w. B. Wisc a Nan 27 of Urbana. N capt. Tolman received a Telephone Call at 3 o clock yesterday morning from adj. Gen. Black of Dering mobilization of the local units. At 5 of clock he was awaiting a. Command for departure to a Williamson county. The troops remained in arms All Day the officers of both units expecting an emergency Call at any time. Company 1� was stationed in the armory Headquarters 76 University Avenue Champaign while the Urbana contingent waited in the stables North or the Fairgrounds. Both detachments were fully equipped from Early morning. Pyle offers theatre before orders to entrain for the riot District were received Charles c. Pyle manager of the Virginia theatre offered to entertain the Champaign Solt Liers last night and arrangements for troop e to use the Urbana High school swimming poll and gymnasium a for recreation. Local units of the National guard were called to Herrin when the bootleggers War situation took a. New turn Friday night with a the killing of Constable Joshua Cagle. State troops were encamped in the same area a month ago when sheriff Glenn George Galligan stated in a message to gov. Small that he was unable to Cope with the situation but were recalled a few Days later when the sheriff reported the condition again Nonata. Federal liquor raids conducted by s. Glen y Oung Volunteer dry worker Are alleged to be the cause of. Tjie disturbances. Tip a can a ram of w. H. Anderson anti Saloon league superintendent was the culmination of More than eight months of charges and counter charges of corruption in the management of anti Saloon league affairs. Anderson a n has been conned ties in several sentence entails the Penitentiary Ive of Carlinville. D with dry Aei Ivi Iii Tois cities. His. Two year term in w forgery. Aim clean up Campaign it 1 open Ball Sale for alternates fifty eight men to apply for Cadet hop tickets tomorrow fifty eight alternates May get tickets to tie military Bali from 2 to 5 a Dock tomorrow afternoon at the Union desk. K. L. Dynes 2-1. Student colonel announced last night lifter the regular ticket sales had closed. Another list will be published on tuesday morning if these alternates fail to Purchase tickets torn on of. The alternates who May Purchase tickets tomorrow Are w. M. Liscom l. . R. M. Olsen s. E. Herrin. R. P. Hackett m. F. Denton k. D. Carpenter t. T. Butterfield t. V. Mcdavitt it. I. Kew ans b. G. Poag. H. H. Hill. F. A. Doii incr n. C. Debevoise. Dorsey i Dayton h. G. Challman by. K. Stafford. Yvo. Y Olentine a. V. Samuelson k. C. Sieh to. . Mande. S. C. Mal Zulo. C. D. Edmonds. Jerome Berger. T. G. Donnell b. A. Nader. M. F. Langellier. D. Harrison. R. E. Has Well j. Xiv. Greene. L. -0. Birchell r. F. Everett. R. M. Arundel. Donald Murphy Paul Vandervoort j. C. Dougherty. Yvo. L. Branch a. Yvo. Bos Wortlie g. A. Beatty w. C. Reddick h. L. M. Horn. H. Yvo. Carnwright j. E. Deiseh Park Richmond t. A Murray. A. P. Natenberg d. D. Richmond b. E. Schmitt. A. E. Hammer. H. Hartman s. A. Haw. G. E. Holder r. Hoffman. I. H. Quad. A. N. Zachor. T. J. Hynds j. A Jaques and k. N. Bowen. Marshall will address Lincoln service tuesday former vice president will be speaker at annual memorial convocation in auditorium Thomas k. Marshall veto Percsi Dent of the United states under the late Woodrow Wilson will deliver the principal address at the annual Washington Lincoln convocation at 4 o clock tuesday in the auditorium. The invocation and Benediction will be Given by rabbi Benjamin m. Frankel of Sinai Temple Champaign. The singing of America by the audience will Complete the program which has been made Short As possible in order to devote most of the time to or. Marshall s talk. The former vice president is a historian and speaker and is a Leader among those who have an intimate 2 of Lincoln according to i. Barton who secured or. Give the address. Speakers at Wilson services weather forecast. By associated pres Illinois fair Suhd in and monday not much change in tempera Tifre. .i1- a. A final freshman cuts made for illi0 staff the final Cut has been made for freshman assistants Oil the business staff of the 1925 Lillo c. E. 25 announced yesterday. Those who survived Are the following men p. Curtiss r. In Jones Yvo. O. Kreschmer w. P. Marquam. W. Pugh and part Tilley. This selection is the result of two cuts the first of which reduced the staff from 20,to 12 this list is now subject to revision by the Zillini boy re of trustees. A prof. Hirshall t classes will be dismissed fit 4 o clock so that University students attend the convocation. Hiram will Campaign in Illinois this week Chicago feb. 9�?senator Hiram Johnson of California will begin a tour of the middie Western primary states this week if plans now under consideration by his managers Here Are carried out. Tender a tentative Itonery approved today by the senator. He will begin his Illinois Campaign next thursday. After a three Day tour of Illinois he will move into Missouri for a speech at St. Louis february 16. From Nebraska the tour probably will swing into Minneapolis South Dakota. North Dakota and Montana. Detailed plans beyond Omaha have not yet be ii approved. Final memorial drive to open tomorrow committees Are announced glean up solicitation in the senior memorial drive will be launched at a meeting of All committee members and solicitors at 5 o clock tomorrow in the Union building. Twelve Hundred of Riith year men have not been reached. New committees to take care of the carry on Campaign were announced last night by j. C. Bell 24. Chairman. Hallen Elliott leads solicitors from the last drive with $1s4.50, Bell said last night. G. J. Maclennan is second with $182.50. Mary Bransfield third with $1s0 and Helen Vreeland fourth with $170. Almost $1500 was collected in the first drive. A checkup meeting of All solicitors will to held sometime later in the week Bel said. Funds contributed arc turned in it the alumni University fund of Hiela the executive committee of the alumni association is in charge. Bell As chairman of the drive is sex offi Cio a member of this executive committee. Building May it memorial building of a Union building or a building of Fine arts or museum May be the use to which the fund will be put. Bell Asid. Committees Are Veta Holtermann chairman Corn Jane Stroheker Louise Adams Florence Mckinley. Coral jury. Pearle Nesbit Gladys Hall Alma Stroheker Ella h. Ileide a finn Katherine Stanley and Elizabeth Edwards. Hallen Elliott chairman Irene j Maurtiz Georgia Parks Mary Lind icy Helen Stone. Gentte Kilburn Bernice. Hosken Frances Donahue Emily Senft and Grace Vina is. I lord acc Fry chairman Florence Fry. -. Heien Mcadow zoo Brady Del Miller Maur inc Parker Juliette Armstrong Elizabeth Fiona Jacqueline Thompson Winifred Green Rose Janowitz and Elizabeth Rhoades. Mary Bransfield chairman Nita Clark Irma Vanderbeck Marcella Graham Georgiana Hudson Mildred Thayer Charlotte Gilbert Florence Goldde Marion Arcuri Margaret Packard and Elvera Glanzner. Helen Vreeland chairman a. V. Aquart a. L. Crozier r. Yvo. Concy Elizabeth Phillips Lucille Van Antwerp Wilma Johnson Villa Hamlin Marie Johonnott and Geneva Sti Henninger Heads team Merit system will be basis of new Union president David Kislev left and prof. Laurenc . Larson who will eulogize the Lute Woodrow Wilson at the University memorial services at 4 o clock this afternoon in the auditorium. Kinley Larson to Lead service for Wilson today in auditorium fraternity target practice results in murder indictment Stillwater okla., feb. 9�? in it a indictments charging Mur Der and rioting were returned by a District grand jury Here against Roy g. Doak David i. Zinkes and 1. Karl Nutter students at the Oklahoma a. And m. College Here As the. Result of the death of a mrs. Mathilda Hodges who was accidentally shot and killed february i while the students were target shooting in the Hack Yard of their fraternity House. Senate on p. E. Report definite action May be Takeji at meeting tomorrow afternoon g. G. Henninger e. S. Hanson m l. Doty r. F. Milner d c. G. Ancier son w. B. Anderson 1 \ b. Popel k a. Beach. B. F. Do Ivyll and d l. Hedgcoe. 1 g. A Melin. Ohan i a g. O. Bates h. A. James. In. M. Edens t. E Zyvith w. S. Pm to a and c. Yvo. Price w. C. Garmont r. Cha Man a. A i Davis e. E. Arabi a i. W. Davis e. W. Lynch d. L. Ross f. A l Flagg. J. G. Grant. H. Baumgart nor. If. A. Frederick a and r. Yvo socialists pick n. Y. St. Louis. Feb. 9�?new York was selected As the place of Tolfe 1921 socialist National convention by the National committee meeting Here today. The convention will be May 17. I f. A. Nth. Chairman a. S. Landis k. D. Wilson. W. H. Gebhart r. V. Pearce 1 m. Pettis e. H. Pierce j. L. Ewing h. G. Weick and h. It. A Siekel Lucian. Dresses chairman i. G. Rowley a i. W. Dapper. E. Yvo. Wolf continued on Page 2 All knowledge is acquired through senses if any sense is irn paired. All your judgments Are warped. Of the various lenses it is estimated that 85 per cent of All knowledge conies to us through the eyes. Every function of the Eye ill calculated to Aid our knowledge increase our usefulness provide for our entertainment or insure our safety. Correcting errors of refraction is. Our. Aim for this we Are fully equipped. Glasses prescribed and fitted if you need them. Albert e. Wuesteman opt. D. 610 East Green a a Over Mead s cafeteria yes Lerda if the University Senate pressed the belief that e report of the commission on Valet is nud physical education will acted upon when it is a reseated a consideration at the regular big monthly meeting of the body at 4 j o clock Tomor vow afternoon in 100 Commerce building. Four r Ecial meetings which have been add to Date at the Call of prosit1-. Lit David Kinley have disposed of All the recommendations if bodied in the report except the proposed Constitution and by Laws of the athletic association. It is expected that some of the original provisions of i he report will have been amended by the Senate. Two of the main recommendations Are for an increase in the requirements of physical education to four University of a department of Phy years and for Estail ashment in the Sical welfare. The report was submitted by prof. E. J. Townsend whose special commission worked for Over a year in investigating the University a athletic system at the request of president Kinley. The Senate will also consider recommendations for degrees to be awarded this month. Sheep skins Are Given out four times a year for fulfilment of the University s requirements for graduation after the candidates have been approved by the Senate. The committee on educational policy Ivill report on the proposed increase in requirements for professional training of teachers. Tile Central association has requested that teacher in its territory have 15 hours training instead of Tjade 11 now required. If the athletic report is passed upon it will be necessary for the Senate to define whether or not it will effect students who Are upperclassmen lit the present time. The new plan would give University credit a to varsity athletes. In the same manner in which it is now give ten to freshman varsity athletes. Prof. Stiven will play Rev. Baker will offer prayer and Benediction a memorial service to Honor Woodrow Wilson Twenty eighth president of the United a stares will a be held in the University auditorium at 4 o clock this afternoon. 1 urge members of the University Fatu Ity students and townspeople to join in this service in paying tribute to our deceased year president. David Kinley president. Tribuz e to the Date Woodrow Wilson will be. Paid by he University in a memorial service to be held at -1 o clock this afternoon in the auditorium. President David Kinley and prof. Laurence m. Larson of the department of history will deliver the addresses. An Organ prelude and postlude will be played by director Frederic b. A Stiven of the school of music who had been scheduled to give the Regula Vesper Organ recital. Director Stiven will play Quot lament acid a Quot by Guilmant and the funeral March Lay Beethoven. Tie Rev. James o. Baker of the Trinity . Clutch will give the scripture Reading prayer and the Benediction. Two hymns will be Sung a Quot the Day is dawning in the West Quot by a double Quartetti and a fight the Good fight by the audience. The latter was or. Vilson s favorite hymn. /. Boy scouts of the twin Gities will pay homage to the Man who was once their honorary president by ushering at the services. A University convocation was deferred until today because the University was not in Active session when news came that the former chief magistrate of the nation had died and because it was thought Best to allow time to arrange an appropriate pro president Kinley returned yesterday from a trip to Chicago in order to. Speak at the services but he Lias not announced the Content of his address. Flag incident up Berlin feb. 9�?the Flag incident at the German embassy in Washington on the occasion of Woodrow Wilson s death will. Be brought up i the Reich Stag when it convenes the latter part of next week according to the Neu Berliner Zeitung. Read the news woman a news 3 editorials 4 bulletin Board sports a a g 7 Campus scout 8 City news a u society churches. -----10, i scout news 12. Theatres markets 13, 14 15 radio 16 elections for major offices to be under Board of directors re of Illinois Union to place it on a Merit basis As suggested by the daily Illinik a committee for student government and approved by the Union Cabinet was yesterday endorsed by the Board of directors and recommended to the Union association. Members will vote on the proposed changes at 5 o clock tuesday. February 19 in the Union auditorium. The suggested changes will go in effect immediately upon adoption by a vote of members. Election of president vice president and Secretary under the plan will be in the hands of a Board of directors consisting of six elected students one sex offi Cio Slu deist. Two faculty and two alumni. Members. The nominating Board was changed by the Board of Dii tetors yesterday to exclude Tho colonel of the University brigade and to include instead of the director old athletics Ami the comptroller. Tavo pro embers of to los. Faculty to be appointed by lie president of the univ i sity. Four directors four directors will be elected every Spring two for Junior directors who carry Over to the following year and two seniors. Thus the personnel of the Board directors consists of four seniors and two juniors. A vote of seven members is necessary for president vice president and Secretary. A simple majority or six votes Only is required to approve Ull the president s appointees. Treasurer of the Union shall be the comptroller of the University with the consent of the president. No member of the Board of directors May become a candidate for or be appointed to the office of president vice president or Secretary. The annual election of student directors will be the ii St Friday in april. F this Date conflicts with the easter vacation the election will be the preceding Friday. Vacancies in Trio elected Board of directors will be filled by special election. The Board of directors will Inanc appointments within 10 Days after the election of Board members. The nominating Board As constituted prior to the plan will nominate five directors for 1921. Three from the Junior class and two from the Sophomore class. T. J. Gallivan �?T25. Present Junior director will hold office during 1924-1925. Two faculty members president of Tho student Council is the sex offi Cio student member of the Board. Two faculty members will be appointed in alternate years by tie it resident of the University to serve for two years one officer of the alumni association and one resident alumnus to Seive for two years will be chosen by the president of the alumni association. The Hare system of voting will be used in elections for the Board of directory. This insures adequate proportional representation according to prof. R. M. Story of the department of political science who suggested this manner of election. By this plan it is almost impossible for one faction to sweep an election if another or others Uro Well supported. The vote of seven on the Board however makes it impossible for the four newly elected members if they were All from the Sapie a faction to Block the vote of the other directors. Changes explained because the president of tie Union is sex offi Cio a member of the student Council he will not be Able to be elected president of the Council since thereby he would become automatically a director. And a director May not become a candidate for nor be appointed to the office of president vice president or Secretary of the. Union. The sex offi Cio faculty members were eliminated in both the nominating Board and the Board of Diree con used on Page 2
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