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Madison Wisconsin State Journal (Newspaper) - April 16, 1920, Madison, Wisconsin
Mew score journal vol. 135, no. 16. 81st year. Madison wis., Friday afternoon april 16, 1920. Twenty pages Price three cent allies warn Berlin to disarm volunteers help to keep trains going All lines announce increase service jailed strike n. Y. Cumbers gasp up Long stairways in Heads ready to propose Compromise it of Levator strike affecting Many skyscrapers new sensation for Goth mites labor up 34 floors in one building japs l 0 s e Carranza troops 237 killedj0ins0n0ra army in Siberia min general situation in the a a Rump astr ikes of Railroad switchman and yardman was reported improving in Many parts of Tho country today. Colleen students and business men Troh meters were joined by Small groups i of a a outlaw strikers returning to work Jin operating trains throughout the beast. In All tines announced increase in a Ervle and some reported efforts to More freight. Strike leaders. Jailed in Chicago were said to be ready to propose to Compromise by which they would Cal off the strike in return for recognition of their organisation throughout the country and their own release from i Tell. Workers were still out in some a Hies on the Pacific coast and in Tho West but the situation War reported hundreds of thousands of workers thrown out of work by i he strikes were still Idle in industries crippled by the walk outs. Further arrests were predicted by Federal authorities. Members of the railway labor Board were hastening to Washington to meet is soon As possible As requested by a resident Wilson to take up the strike situation. Issue ultimatum new York Railroad brotherhood officials renewed their efforts today to induce striking switchman and Yard i men to return to work immediately. Railroad managers sent notice to the brotherhood representatives in the new York dirt rect stating they would keep their books open until sunday noon Only for the strikers to report for duty. Brotherhood representatives warned the men they had better a go Back while the going is Compromise sought i 1hicaqo a outlaw Quot strike leaders % led in the governments clean up Ste Day of alleged radicals a the strike it re expects to propose a i Compromise to the government today a whereby they will Call off the strike in a return for their release and recognition i of their a outlaw organizations w throughout the country. I Federal off cars indicated there wit in Little Prospect of such a proposition s being accepted. Quot we can accept no Compromise Quot an a official said. Quot we Ham two things to a do. First end the strike and second m get the plotters behind in Quot Treasury aide quits office Washington r. C. Loeffl Newelt assistant Secretary of the Treasury a i reigned and his resignation Haw been accented by president Watson. It was Inonu need at the White hone today. Won toss and joined army Cincinnati Alva Harrington 21, met sergeant George i. Edmondson recruiting sergeant on the Street said Tho sergeant Quot Hows your sporting blood i toss this dime. You Call in Call it right you Don to and Call it wrong you join the he flipped Alva called. They looked. A you win Quot said Alva. Quot right of snapped Edmondson. A Quot fall in Quot Alva a a fell by Harold d. Jacobs n new York there say puff puffy elevator strike in whew new York today. Tens of thousands of workers who daily commute Between a puffy the Earth and top doors of the sky scrapers on lower Broadway were thrown Back several sons in civilization by the walk out of scores of elevator operators and scaled the Heights to j their Meyries in the mountains of steel and Granite to an Altitude that no respecting Cliff Dweller Ever attempted. A reporter thought it would be fun i fierce Street fighting with russian forces reported orientals take 1,500 prisoners. Railroad labor Board organized l wage demands of organized workers pending several months taken up Washington the Railroad labor Board organized temporarily today and immediately took under consideration the wage demands of organized Railroad workers which have been pending for several months. Henry Hunt of Cincinnati one of the Public representatives on the Board. Was named temporary chairman and u. W. W. Hangar. Another of the Public representative temporary Sec rotary. Following the meeting hangar said the Board Hud received the Railroad wage canes from the he partisan Boort of workers and executive who adjourned without reaching an agreement several weeks ago. W. N. . Stokes Man for the trainmen and k. T Whitter spokesman for the Railroad managers were called into the meeting the boat will meet again tomorrow. Church society gets old wine on done japanese forces Ion 237 killed in fierce fighting with russian troops at Khabarovsk Siberia last monday a news Agency dispatch from Tokio said today. The russians lost 400 killed. Japanese claimed 1,500 prisoners. Fighting continued throughout the Day in the streets of the City the Dis by to swipe a ride on one of the few elevators operating in the City in i Patch said. Vesting company building and puff. The russian forces presumably puffy watch from a Vantage Point on j would a. Horl la revolutionaries in the seventeenth floor the newly created i sympathy with the Moscow soviet gov i or Jenhi Orwid Xvi Jine mountaineers labor by. He Rode up i neen ordered stopped by tie egg All right but gosh he walked Down. I ? x. A let a i it i a a Ailea state commander in Chic the City investment budding is 34 stories High and has 23 elevators. All of the operators walked out. Leaving Khabarovsk is an important siberian ten thousand persons stranded in the by. Formerly seat of the general government of the amur. It is at the Junction of the Amor and i Surri Rivers and on the in Surri Branch of the trans siberian railway. Lashed with the japanese at Vladivostok. North u m Berea n d. la. Reimensnyder a Bim Bury lawyer has thirty Gallons of forty year old wine and is sadly at a loss As to its disposition. Under the terms of the will disposing of the estate of which it is a part he has but two choices. The wine must be Given either to the i Rosby Terian fund for retired ministers or the presbyterian Home and foreign missionary society both of Philadelphia. The w Hie was found among the effects of mrs. Martha j. Campbell widow of a presbyterian minister who died Here recently. Iteni Sensny Der was appointed As executor of the 125,000 estate. With the exception of Money Grants All the remainder of the property was to be divided equally Between Tho two named beneficiaries. Under the prohibition Law the wine cannot to Given away or sold. Efforts Are being made to obtain a permit to sell it to druggists for medicinal purposes. Says enthusiasm l ent hens life leave hero dead in France Colby Washington Quot no one who has is in the great american War Cems Erie in the North of France could Ever argue that the bodies of our men should be brought Home a say Secretary of slate Bainbridge Colby. A i saw those Graves with the great la american Flag flying in a soft Breeze Hove them Ami wits glad the men %. buried there Quot he to. Will not oust von Brincken Washington a deportation proceedings against Wilhelm von Brinek in indicted in 1017 for complicity in the to called germs it hindu con Epir Ley have been cancelled it a announced at the department of labor. This action it was explained was taken pursuant to an opinion by the solicitor of the department of Justice Aho is attached to the department of ibor. Chicago be enthusiastic if you want to live a Hundred years. This Saki my. Harry d. Hammer in a speech before Tho he rid red year club. Is the secret of longevity. A there is positively no use in giving in to old father tune a said mrs. Hammer. A the is a cheat and the Only Way to meet Hun is to use his own weapons. Just cheat him by failing to fall into the traps Slih h have been set for human beings throughout the centuries. A now the Only thing that will do More than anything else to defeat time and enable one to live a Hundred i years or Long r is enthusiasm. One i should keep ones intellect keenly Alert and should always have some j thing that is of tremendous interest j to them. Quot enthusiasm makes the blood flow faster it keeps the mind wide awake and it makes one forget those ills and ailments which if Given Way to will break one Down in no time. The enthusiastic person will he Young at 90 while the unenthusiastic person will iwo old tit 20 Quot permanent u. S. Marine favo red Washington a the conference of american Fina Nevers and officials of Hie United knifes shipping Hoard to determine the Best Means of disposing of the government merchant Marine concluded with the unanimous adoption of a Resolution that a the ships be sold under so a terms As Iii result in the establishment of a permanent a or clean Rechani two aviators killed in fall Handerson Tex Lieut. D. N Haskell and Hergt. A t. Maxwell of the 90th Aero Squadron were instantly killed today when their plane crashed near hero. Lower corridor and an overflow meet lug on Broadway. Now new York is used to walking a horizontally with Street car elevated sub Way and taxi strikes but walking straight up was a new experience. Hundreds stormed the narrow winding stairway in the City investing building High in spirits and Light of foot. Their spirits Sank in inverse ratio to the floors they passed and their feet began to drag and or a a and or a a. The Peculiar phase of the whole thing though was that nobody got sore. To far As could be observed everybody men and women alike took it Al As a huge joke. In the City investing building office employees who had had some experience As elevator chauffeurs before they graduated to the typewriter or Ledger i volunteered to run the cages at least j until All the employees on their floor Hail reached their office. Tho service was inadequate however and Many workers refused to j wait their turn and walked anyway. Trick operator the reporter Rode up with a Volunteer operator. It was a dizzy sex i Prience. A trick operator could j learn a few stunts from that Young Man. I at the seventeenth floor a Parade was passing along Forward. The a Jority of the climbers were girls. Aii j were us tired As though they had walked seven Miles rather than seven floors. It was Learned later that a few Hardy ones went to the 33 and i floors. The few elevators running would j take no passengers downward. When the reporter started he was out of i training when he collapsed on the ground floor he was out of breath. Similar conditions existed in the equitable building a the metropolitan life. The Flatiron Trinity and a k. Realty buildings. The longest vertical railway in the world in the Woolworth building 51 stories or 792 feet High was not affected by the strike. Girls on Job today a walk out apparently demonstrated that men arc better strikers than women As in every building i where worm n Levator operators were i employed they Miek it their posts j there was no interruption of service in the Singer building. 48 stories High. Three trainmen die in collision Mobile. Ala three trainmen were reported killed in a head on collision Between two passenger trains on the Louisville and Nashville Road near Bay Minette 23 Miles from Here Early today. Number 2 was hound from new Orleans to Cincinnati and no. 3. Tile Cincinnati new Orleans limited. Was southbound. The dead reported were two engineers and a fireman Load too heavy girl would die federals beaten in Battle. Turn around and enlist with victors Agua Urieta. Sonora. four towns in Sinaloa have fallen before the invading Sonora elate troops according to a report to divisional Headquarters Here today from general floras commanding the invading column. The first Battle Between Carra Zista troops and the Sonora secessionists Loos place at the town of choir Sinaloa. Where the Carran Olsta Garrison surrendered after Onei hours rests Ance. And joined the Sonora movement. The Sinaloa towns which have fallen into the hands of Tho Sonora army Are Vara Adodaca Toro and choir. The. Sinaloa state capital Culiacan More than too Miles Distant is the objective of general Flores invading column. Dry lid is on with War Clouds lowering Over Mexico and troops passing through Agua 1�?Trio�?~a, Enro Uto to Sonora to oppose Camini Isla forces reported approaching Sonora has the anti Saloon lid clamped Down. Gambling also has i fellas Hief. It is believed will tilt that. Lid considerably within a few Days to keep the soldiers and Public contented. The secrecy surrounding Carranza s plan of attack on Sonora is causing the Rumor factory Here overtime work. Eight Hundred federals under col Fox. Who left Juarez this week for Casas Grande Are reported to have reached there and to be making Hasty preparations for the Overland March to the Sonora Border. This feat has been performs Only twice by an army in re be n mexican history. Another Rumor in circulation today was that general Manuel Diegue Carranza commander in the Campaign against Sonora will Lead 10,000 men to attack Sonora from the rear through Sinaloa. Ask to Cross Border Washington the government Bas asked the state department to permit transportation of mexican troops Tii rough United states territory to tight the Reinela in honors it was Learned today. Carranza wants to Send his troops on american railroads across Southern new Mexico and Arizona from Chihuahua to Sonora. May renew blockade unless foe carries out pact provisions France great Britain Italy and Belgium agree unanimously on Sharp ultimatum to Berlin German troop gather in Pomerania meningitis kills Madison woman Milwaukee at the emerged Ike Spital Here ii a girl of 14, crippled and Bent. Valiantly fighting for if i she was found late yesterday in a a j filled room and with traced of iodine on i mrs. Edna Pottenger died Early Toller lips. J Day at her Home 1921 Madison Street. She is i Rose Whalen one of j of cerebral meningitis. She recently seven brother and Sisters to whom she j returned from Florida where she spent his it it n a Little Mother sine the death tile Winter with Ber husband. W. A. I of her own Mother a year ago. Bey-"4 eral year ago she became a cripple through infantile paralysis her father has beep unable to work All Winter because of Little.-#. While an older sinter worked As bread Winner. Rose conducted the household. But the Burden began to lie too great. Yesterday she hoped she might take a Long Long slip madisonian is speaker in n. Y. New it my for St and in Manilla turn i a face with a shortage Geo dam n. A a a i paper and i a prodigal methods Quot in have brought pay or and Consumers face to xenon and increasing go Vav. Bisson jr., pots silent of the american Alp association said in where j2 girls Are employed in the., Telephone and Telegraph building j a in address before 1.000 members of where there Are 20 girl elevator or i Bat organization Bere today. The a actors or in the Hudson terminal i Bon fares the most critical pulp and building where there Are 40 elevators paper situation in its history. E. T run by men. It was reported sever Meredith Secretary of agriculture told a1 employees including girl in the the convention in a letter read by car Pottenger. And parents. Or. And mrs. James Gilbert before her graduation from the University. She taught Iii Madison and other places in Dane county. After her graduation she was assistant in tile Sun Prairie High school her specially timing a Nollsh literature. At one time mrs. Pottenger a president of til literary society. She was married in Ion to w. A. Pottenger of Chicago. Their twin sons Gilbert William and Austin Hamilton died in infancy. Mrs. Pottenger was a member of d. A. R., easter Star White shrine of Madison and the first Baptist Church. She is survived by her husband and Parent her brother. Arthur Gilbert Napierville. 111., and her sister mrs. Hah Zeidler. Palo Alto Cai. The funeral will be conducted sunday St 2 p. In. At the first Baptist Church. By Henry Wood Paris France great Britain Italy and Belgium have agreed unanimously to notify Germany they will break off diplomatic relations unless immediate and Complete disarmament is carried out As provided by the treaty of Versailles it was Learned today. The allies will threaten renewal of the blockade in event any i Surrec i Flonary government in Germany refuses to recognize and carry out the treaty. Ims patches to the French foreign office from Germany said heavy detachments of troops were concentrating in Pomerania. A coup de eat. Similar to Tho von Kapp movement was expected. Berlin barricaded Burlini fearing a new military coup the government took extensive precautions to guard itself the District around government buildings was barred to the Public. Fifteen tanks Twenty armoured Rara and a number of machine gun companies wire brought into the City and placed on guard. Armed detachments patrolled the Wilhel Strass and under Den Linden. The government denied a report that major Wischoff and general von Maiett Waltz. Allege 1 monarchist potters had been arrested. Belgium to join Paris Belgium has a pled an invitation to participate in the conferences of the Council of premiers scheduled to open in san remo tomorrow. According to 1-Tench officials Poland the French said has assured France of Ber approval of occupation of the German Rhine cities and announced her willingness to co operate in measures designed to Force Germany to Jive up to terms of the treaty of Versailles. Confirm death report berlins american army invest i cattleman pays $750 Fine Here Monroe breeder changes plea on charge of misusing mails Leo to. Logier of Monroe who had previously pleaded not guilty to charges of using the malls to defraud changed his plea to guilty when arraigned today before Federal judge a. L. Sanborn. He was fined $750 Logier specialized in full blooded Holstein cattle on his farm near Monroe and was a member of the stat Holstein frisian association. Horn years ago he was expelled from the association. Sigler then mailed out matter which advertised his a pedigreed Stock and which stated he would furnish purchaser with Pedigree papers. Legler was unable to do this because he had been expelled from the association so when purchasers bought Bis calves a was unable to furnish the necessary papers. Probe charge of reds in dept. Washington a Republican leaders of the House today indicated the pro raised impeachment proceedings against i oui f. Post assistant Sec re a tary of la sir May develop into an inquiry into the charge made several times on the floors of Congress that gators today confirmed the report of the labor department was packed German Reichs Wehr troops that Paul j with radicals representative John a Demott Paterm n. J. Was killed Washington. A Smirman of the Demott. While trying to Carapi from the tier i committeeman military prison at week negro hanged for murder Uhi ago William y. Mills. 23, negro was hanged Here today for the j murder of two men last summer. Mills 1 w he convicted on Finger prints. The trap was sprung at 9 18. Czechoslovak Cabinet quits i a a a a a a a a London the czechoslovak canine has resigned a Vienna dispatch today said resignation followed heated debate in the National Assembly Over tin cabinets policies. Equitable life building , High us the Fortieth floor the reporter was too tired to confirm this so Vecial officer paraded the corridors of All the big office buildings but no violence was reported the operator did t have the heart to mess thing up any worse than they had by just doing nothing s i list p. Wint eral Forest Madison i pre. Director of the fed ducts Laboratory St child slain by Grandfather former wire chief is Dea d fair tonight becoming unsettled saturday. Continued Cool. Light to fresh Northeast winds. I o Iii a isl Lar Perl to in Resit Ila rat Hep City temperature precipitation highest i it a i pm t 2 4 hours Yea ter Day last night to a 7 ii m Matson. 50 30 Al Milwaukee ,. A 3 us t hic Ifo. Ioie .7 4 Green Bay. 4� to Wausau. ,. A a f a Duluth. 18 a m in spoils. M to lot Crosse. In a Dubuque 6 2 31 la it Giuin u i i i Iii it yes temper relative wind Clouds tiday lure humidity velocity Ness noon 46 74 15 no 7 p. In. 38 76 12 i of today 7 a Iii 32 in 14 56 nabs escaping prisoner by foot St Paul Frank Cavanaugh Ai leg cd parole violator came within a j foot of escaping custody today. I. A. Whittier state Psi role agent bringing Cavanaugh Hack from St Lamia grabbed a foot As Cavanaugh Jurn Jueil through a Rock Island window mar Here and held on despite ruts. While Cavanaugh dangled out Side. The train a stopped and Cavanaugh alias Silsby was pulled Back through lha window met was Ikon to Stillwater prison. Muskegon Stuart Moon 7 of this City kill granddaughter h la eighth Mich. Wealthy Lumberman de his ten year of a re today try cutting her head open with an axe Moon attacked the Bibl with the aeon the school grounds Here and Hun i dress of children witnessed the Trage by. It if ii ers a a a Moon a insane. In i a reporte i to have said the child i had not he it i raised properly and that lie wanted to kill both her and himself Baltimore Theodor n Vail. Former president of the american Telegraph and Telephone company. Dost at John Hopkins Hospital her today. On immigration which made amp preliminary investigation of the charges that i oat and others in the department prevented deportation of reds a Aid he desired to turn Over All evidence to the judiciary committee. P. O. Fund Bill passed by House Washington the House today passed and sent to the presided the Post office appropriation Bill providing for the Extension of the Aerial Matt from new York to san Francisco and i giving the postmaster general Power to j make extensions to St. Zarui or other i Points hat he deems advisable. Says mex policy in Cour a ged foe Washington Germany was Ennu raged to override american rights by president Wilson s a inexplicable handling of mexican affairs Quot Henry Lane Wilson former United states i in Bas ador to Mexico told the Senate foreign relations sub committee today. World is too Loose Bandit takes asserts lady Astor i Amity along a Jis �a8y divorce in parliament speech declares world also would be better off without liquor but Britain not ready i Notri slicing the 4 Forth with if i san Fra Sci cd i motor Bandit who far j and family. I Hogan Hammer shipyard worker i was confronted lost night by a Man i who alighted from an a of Mobil and. Levy Jyo a revolver at him then a woman of gtd out and extracted a 17. Right on Job Sil ver lining t Light temperature ill t 11 a in. Lowest temperature is at 3 a. In mean temperature yesterday it nor Tai 44 total precipitation since Jan. I a l 8 i. Normal to 17 in Toi 4 i i \ ohm Khz i kills warmest in 1894 la. Goldest n is. 12. Wettest in i Iso i to inches. Sun sets at 6 41. Wilmington Del. With thou Santt of cases of eggs ready for shipment on station platforms the pre of eggs in Delaware towns today drop j Ped to la cents per dozen. Deputies Down socialist plan Paris during Deli Iii on tile new i budget measures in the chamber of i i deputies last nigh the t vol cd i 402 to 201, to reject the socialist cutin i ter proposal for a tax on capital. While the Holdup War Ordog to i Lammens began crying in the Cit the victim. While in it Holdup was ii Progress a a i Jort a in a by i car i a i remark to him. You must Haw the family along to nigh Quot asserted i Hammon a but lie got mad told in to i shut up and drove away a l six a re killed in mine blast it night of n i think this entirely too Loose. To tighten up on men declared lady world i want is Well Astor new Orleans. Be six i killed in a gasoline explosion at the Bottom of a Salt mine i Iberia Daj Lear Nev thursday in amplifying her speech delivered in commons wednesday night in connection with a motion to Amend the divorce Laws. A i agree with the necessity of amending the divorce Laws Quot she declared a especially in removing a x inequalities hut i object t to making divorces easy. It militate against Happy marriage. The up t ritual idea started in the East. But it is further developed in the we St and it hits elevated the Western women above Thor re the East. Worn to wish to preserve the dignity of marriage i do not believe there is any great outcry Tor a in a divorce but there a a i tails in in outcry for Tex Quot vip will never get Rno Ruilt a Lardy Astor declared emphatically a so Long As a double Standard is recognized Tor men and women a personally i m for prohibition but Britain is not Ripe far it vet a said lady Nancy Astor on thursday Al Portsmouth in a Campaign speech for state Purchase and control of the liquor trait she add cd i am fully aware that i am prejudicing my future Carter. People want to drive in out of politics because they know i speak the truth. The world would be five times better find happier if thers were not a drop of liquor in
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