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Madison Wisconsin State Journal (Newspaper) - April 22, 1920, Madison, Wisconsin
Reunion Here for two of famous Trio thews co vol 135, no. 22. 81.1 Yew. Madison wis., thursday afternoon april 22,1920. Price three cents Camp Lewis regulars Are ordered to Butte big building revive plan yanks will firmer Ansito soften. F1 who Rise in flour and wheat quotations and expected City water Short crop throughout world Given As $1 demand Union carpenters Hail Wor Den Auen agreement As step toward Settle ment of strike reasons for boost Council to take up question $150,000 Plant to mean big saving for City claim copyright by m. E. Diemer j Dean w. A. Henry professor emeritus or. Thomas c. Chamberlain a president of the University and s. M. Babcock professor emeritus inventor of the famous Babcock tests. R Quot pm i la ii picture w i i t Ikon in Tho building Ait the time the thru famous Clu evict is wire pain Ltd Tho Tacoma of Tho University Tho Abe Cecii of Henry w to is in of tories prevent Che reunion of Tho the it we the return of or. T. C. It Bani Bor la in this week end. Tho Trio of authorities Arn still connected with Wisconsin although or Chamberlain is the Only one engaged in astir work in i Field. I it Esin Horvie still on Tho Stilt of Tho agricultural College As is also prof. Babcock. Who pm some time Dally his Laboratory Kach ranks As a in hts particular fir Al. Chamberlain to be Given High Honor University will Confer doctor of Laws degree upon former president at convocation to Morrow celebrating science Academy anniversary before Thom Crowder Chamberlain Only living pm president in of the t Niv Zrnity of Wisconsin addresses the audience in the a biology building tomorrow morning on a the founding of the via or origin Academy of Helenee arts and letters a the University will a Confer upon him the degree of doctor of Law one of the highest honors it is possible for tile institution to i in Tow. A or. Chamberlain Wil the Intro Neeti by prof. C k. Leith an As a i opiate in Tho Field of geology to a which or in be rain has Divot Ped hts life. B the speak it will address students a and mein a re of the acad Encl y at la a. A to. Tomorrow in Tho a Ahwai ton of the a institutions fiftieth anniversary. The sex president rave initial impetus to the organisation and was one of its charter member or Chamberlain is recognised As the greatest authority on geology in the United states and the worlds most Sinai geologist and no Thorley on the Earth a origin. At in went or. Crawl Buri Ain is devoting most of his time to research i work at the University of Chicago. Where up to the beginning of this or Enol year he was Active head of the department of geology. Builds up department after Nerving As Wisconsin s Prest premiers split Over treaty Millerand alone in demand for 8trict enforcement others for leniency Parins indications of the breach Between the Allied Prears in the meeting at ban Homo were seen in newspaper dispatches Here today. French correspondents made no Effort to conceal the situation. On the one Side they said stands prime minister Lloyd George of great Britain favouring modification of the peace treaty with Germany and asking prance to pledge herself not to act Dent from 1887 to 1893 he resigned to alone to enforce the treaty in future take charge of the geology department the British Leader is backed by front Chicago. Birne lie took the reins j Miler Cru of Italy and Baron Matui there Tho department a been recon i of Japan. Nixed throughout the country As the i opposing Lite in is fremier Millerand Best of its kind. I holding to the pre Rah decision that the Bonners up in prominence in the Field of geology in this country Are for the Moat port tonner pupils of prof. Chamberlain. It wan while he was president of it it scone in that an effective organization was built up Here As a foundation for Tho University s later successes. In addition to Active research work in Chicago. Or. Chamberlain is connected with Many other institutions and geology enterprises throughout the country. He is a trustee of Beloit cold be consulting geologist with the Wisconsin and Illinois surveys consulting geologist of the i nit d states geological Survey and head of the department of research of the Carnegie Institute. He has made glacial studies in Greenland Switzerland and other places on the continent a Well As in Many parts of Tho United states. Volumes Helo models hts Early work was done in the Wisconsin Field and the first four of ins turn to Page 7, column i Reedd Elega the to convention Joplin. To. A United states senator James a. Reed standing on his anti league record today was chosen a Delegate to the democratic National convention at san Francisco at a caucus of the fifth congressional District. The Choice is subject to approval by the state convention. The caucus adopted a Resolution saying its delegates would not be hound by convention instructions. Treaty of versatile must be forced to the letter reserving for France the right to enforce those clauses which most Vitaliy affect her. Only Light skirmish the correspondents agreed that the conference so far has Only skirmishes i about the real business of the meeting i a Germany prolongation of German occupation of the Buhr District which the French have opposed. Probably will be granted tin Petit parisian correspondent said i while a dispatch to the Matin said i that Lloyd George and Notti had proposed to Millerand that the conference Call in German representatives including Chancellor Mueller to discuss Fiji tical and economic relations Between Germany und the entente. Be journal mud French military experts had proposed to solve the dim bullies confronting the league of nations which refused to accept a mandate Over Armenia because it Batt no Power of enforce its order by giving the league an army of several thousand men fully equipped with air planes allow Over 100.000�?T the inter Allied commission has recommended that Germany be allowed an army in excess of the i men provided by the treaty of Versailles the newspaper l in transit ant said today in a dispatch from its correspondent at san remo. The present conference of the Council of premiers the newspaper said will end april 26. Reconvening in Paris May 6. Coincident with the general revival of Industry in Belgium came a great increase in Mem a Reship of Trade unions i Here. From 120.714 in 1914 m Jaber ship has risen to 613.100 aha first significant break in the car in on lera co n tractor deadlock which Lias Jostle d More than two weeks Over a new wage scale mater j Nyji Revl this morning when the won Len Allen construction company of it i Cago signed a year s agreement with the Union men grunting their full demands of tinn hour. Tho Worden Allen company Bas a Branch in Madison and is constructing the new Gisholt machine and Burgess Batter plants. The company has i done Nome of and Tsong a biggest con i struck Lon jobs and was employing at the time of the strike 75 carpenters 1 while the company is not a member j of the Madison contractors association it had stood by the employers in refusing the Union demands. Tho agreement with the Worden Allen company this morning after failure tuesday by contractors to secure a Compromise at 90 cents an hour is taken by labor leaders in Madison to indicate a speedy termination of the strike. In addition to the Worden alien company nine Independent contractors in Madison have accepted the men s demands and Are employing carpenters. Strikers kept Busy the strike in a Way Lins not been an Ordinary walk out Union men instead of remaining Idle have advertised that men would be furnished for carpentry by Union Headquarters at the Union Ecol. The response kept the men so Busy that there were not even div it in a men available to supervise picketing of construction jobs. Two offers of Compromise were extended by contractors. One was 87 i cents a Mise of 2% cents Over the original offer and the last offer was 90 cents. Both were turned Down. At the Worden Allen jobs bricklayers who went out in sympathy resumed work with striking Carpenter. Several other trades still have agreements pending. Madison plumbers just signed a two year agreement for a la an hour wage scale. Twenty five Union men left this noon for Rockford where they will be put to work at 81.25 an hour. A Telegram received at strike Headquarters yesterday asked for 50 carpenters. It is understood another meeting of contractors will take place tonight real estate dealers interested in Home construction said today the situation looked better than it has since the walk out More than two weeks ago. Shettl Emru. Is expected before the end of the week. Contract Era say that should any Tett lenient be reached work would be resumed immediately. Quot we do not face any Handicap because of Lack of Nail a was the statement. Janesville scale $1 Janesville work on the new Structure for the Parker pen company in this City has been resumed following the acceptance by a Milwaukee contracting firm of the Union carpenters demand for is per hour Quot pub question of a water soft j 8 come before the common Council for consideration at an Early meeting. The project a. Been discussed for six years. In his inaugural address mayor i. Milo Kittelson recommended that the matter be conspired again at the earliest Opportunity. Superintendent of water works l. A. Smith estimated today that the proposed water softening Plant could by erected at a Cost of 1150,000. The annual Cost for maintenance would be about j38 000. Tile location advised by the special committee which conducted an investigation in 1917 was the present site of Tho City barns at Blount and Dayton streets. Tho committee suggested that Tho barns a removed to Paterson and main streets the situation in 1917, when the up Elal water softening committee inv Tina Ted hag not changed materially according to supt. Smith and when action is taken again on the matter tilt 1917 report probably will be used. Means big saving a a water softening Plant would Nean the saving of thousands of dollars annually to Madison a supt. Smith said today. A the average water Bill would increase 40 to 50 per cent but the saving resulting the first Yea would pay the Cost of erecting the Plant. Quot each citizen will save As much As 815 a year in soap alone which is More than the increase in the water Bill which the water softening Plant would bring Quot or. Smith said. Quot there is no noticeable difference in the taste of soft water and if the citizens realized the advantages and the great necessity for the Plant there would be no or. Smith said All manufacturing plants must go to great expense in softening Madison water to make it fit for use in boilers. In Many instances a water Coil in the Furnace must of changed twice in one Winter because Quot of the corroding effect of Madison hard water while where soft water is used a Coil lasts indefinitely. The special water softening committee in 1917 recommended to the Council that the Plant be erected immediately. The project was dropped because of the War. The committee reported that during the year 767 permits were issued for installing cisterns and plumbing systems for soft water in private residences re resenting a total investment of 876.358. The estimated Cost of repairs and maintenance of private soft water plants and cisterns was 816,000. Haro water injurious quoting a statement of William k Fitch vice president and manager of the laundry owners National Asso by Ralph f. Couch a a8h1noton bread prices will Vav by increased again following rising flour and wheat quotations government reports indicated to j Day. Wheat now mailing for the government guaranteed Price has not reached a High level according to Tho crop estimate Bureau of the agricultural department. The 1926 crop report will lie Short not Only in the United slates but throughout the world said statistician Nat Murray. Quot this will affect prices inside the United states. It Means what the Trade Call a a healthy it spells the reverse of reductions a flue Hoover meet to attract throng City wide enthusiasm re ported Magnus Swenson to preside from City wide expressions indications Are that the Hoover Public mass meeting in Madison High school tonight at 8 o clock undoubtedly will be the largest meeting of us kind in Madison of recent year. Men and women in All ranks offices shops schools have expressed enthusiasm. Frank Jenks temporary chairman of the Madison Hoover club under whose auspices the meeting will be held tonight has been swamped with applications for membership. Magnus Swenson will act As chair Man of the meeting speakers Are k i j. B. Schubring. C. F. Burgess the Rev. Henry Harris and miss Abbie Marlatt of Tho University. Singing will be led by Milford Witts. It Sirgant ution of the Madison Hoover club will lie completed. Permanent officers will be chosen and plans discussed to crystallize popular sentiment for Quot Hoover for president Quot mating Market and perhaps also further advances in other signs also Point to a rising Market. Tine is dissolution june 36 of the United states Grain corporation which has Power to control prices to a Large extent. Senators and congressmen from agricultural states today predicted dissolution of the corporation would bring sudden increase in prices. Two factors however May tend to keep prices at Thor present level. These Are cd fluctuating foreign Exchange rates which will restrict foreign buy ing of american wheat. It 2 it a big carry Over of 1119 wheat announced today by Tho agricultural i department. Take hand in strike zone statewide strike brewing following clash of police and i. W. W. In which 15 Are shot makes Poison does no to work Spokane Lucy Martinez mini a can. Arrested for a Misdemeanour at i tempted suicide Here by drinking a i solution she made of the Lead of an i indelible Pencil in water stomach i pump. Recovery. Bet he ill not Board again t turn to pug column i St. Paur to girder at runner he took never i timer Max Wagner was a House of to Christ butt mrs. Boettner Riding she obtained a divorce Wea t showers and probably Thunder storms this afternoon and tonight. Friday probably Cloudy and Chidder. Fresh to Strong shifting winds. I Ohi rial it Piirto i. A. V in i lie r Hare ii i City temperature precipitation highest lamest 24 hour be Stenian last night to 7 a in Madison ,. 76 56 .04 Milwaukee. 54 40 .01 a Hirago 72 58 .98 Breen Ray. 2 0 �?�4 Wausau. 4> 4 42 ill Duluth. 4 4 3 4 ill Minneapolis. In 50 68 la Grosse 52 4 i Dubuque. 7 58 0 i yesterday noon 7 i in today 7 a. In noon it Huson mkt the Al temper relative wind to Loudi nature humidity velocity be 63 Quot it to s65 63 7 6 stage shatters Quot kids a illusions Chicago actors have a growl lift 1 stage fair pcs Are tainted up arid not i Uke the kind you read about and the j i stage a Saint real a William o Donnell a and Junior Blair told the court Here j i today. J William and Junior 7 and 8. Took j i part in rip Van Winkle Here for four i j Days and their fairy Tail illusions were i i shattered. I this was in song made a teat ease to j decide whether or not children should j by allows to is in opt. Dog saves lives of four persons Kenisha jewel Airedale terror and his mauler Carl wend Wroth wer heroes Here today. Jewel awakened his master when i fir broke out in the Home and thus j helped in saving the Olvea of Annie 7. Carl and Freddie 3, children it of i Wenderoth. The Mother dil recently of infill Jonza from her husband and then a Juettner us Wagner for a Lineal Ion of Aff turn. The jury gave him 8350 Grunau freed May Call meet groups of switchman returning to work it a Tion is near Normal Chicago John Grunau tender of the striking Railroad switchman a Hack in Chicago today for a from jail on let and. Reports were that tinman would arrange a second meeting of outlaws a to end the strike. Following the break up of the striker1 mass meeting railed a a to Nav to officially end Tho strike. Shannon Lunet and Al s. Murphy in Tau Bowers led groups of strikers Hack to their jobs they were called Quot rotate and traitor a a when they attempted to have the strikers meeting vote. The j strike ended. J Railroad officiate today reported the Suu Adon nearly Normal. Quot the movement of la wet Ark continues Timve the report of Railroad said declaring freight and past a Tiger service was Little affected now by the strike. Managers firm new York member of the general manager committee of the railroads in new York District today remained firm in their refusal to take Back Quot outlaw striker without Joel seniority rights. Great risk told Washington switchman run More risk of injury than any Othet Cia of Railroad employ. K. He i Erling told the Railroad labor Siard j today in support of claim of Lite in i Ion for wage increase averaging 58 Lier cent. Heber Ling a the first of several Union chiefs who argued before the Hoard today l. E Sheppard president of the of a Der of Railroad conductor followed Heb rung. Increases asked by Jris organization averaged More than 25 per cent. Frank Boland representing new i Jersey striker. Relay declared the men will not go Back to work until the Railroad agree to restore their full seniority right 56 7 to 58 71 25 highest temperature 70 it p. I i to West temperature 56 at 7 a. Or mean temperature yesterday 54, Mal 47. Total precipitation since Jan. I in Normal 6 96 in run 4 v a other warmest in 1879, ii. Boldest in 1884, 28 wettest in 1878, .50 inches. Hun sets at 6 48. Boy raise cry for Sherlock a or j Akron guests at a ing hotel Here a a j it it say a Man seated in a lobby chair fell j when the chair Bruke Down and split j i head he a carried a1 gory i say other guest to the elevator. Quot no j j body Burr Here Quot declares the hotel j management. Scores saw the aces i Dent they Ray by cops l in t find the i in inra. New York had seemed so wonderful Art had seemed so big a but new York turned a cold shoulder a Art proved hard and bitter. Alone in the big City at the end of her resources she was too weary to cry. It is special Day she went out to seek not glory or Fame hut just for something to eat. She found but let the Story be told by o. Henry which appear daily in the Wisconsin state journal bulletin i Butte Mont a Hugh b. Harare 19, a shot and kilted in the press room of the daily bulletin her today. The bulletin is the Organ of the striking miners. To Rabat 23. Arrested on a charge of shooting Haran claimed it was accidental. Both men Balong to the Radical group Many of whom heavily i rms assembled in a mass meeting. San Francisco regular army too it from a amp in it Uit. Wash., were ordered to Butte mont., to connection with Tho Miner strike and reported disturbance. Announcement from general Hunter Liggett Headquarters Here a that the Nix of the Force sent to Butte would he left to the discretion of Gene i j Morrison commanding the amp. Seek general strike Butts. Mont. A general strike throughout the state of Montana a brewing today following the strike clash near the never sweat mine late yester Lay in which 15 men were seriously wounded. Telegram calling on workers to strike have been sent broadcast throughout Montana and favourable replies were coming in today according to labor leaders. At on indignation meeting dirt night called by Miner an i craftsmen. It was charged Tho shooting was done by paid deputies of the company. Strikers who had teen on picket duty devised firing a shot. J of Trad. They Chulio they ran when shooting begun three wounded Mon who Are believed to be dying Are themas Manning shot through lungs. Jams Mccarthy Aho through lungs. Jamas Sullivan shot through spin. The other won injured by being shot or struck Over the Hewi Witt in Iasi i a and weapons in the general free for All attending the clash. A report it a re today said the my of a Man killed during the Eho Timur was found this morning. It could not to confirmed however situation quieter in anticipation of the arrival tonight of regular the situation noticeably improved to Way. Tim striker withdrew their pickets from the i to non today. City authorities declare the sinker i i untied what was claimed to let of a a it Vin go Yemi int. Witt Lawly Jartem i in Tho i. W. W. Hail. Tire outbreak occur rent Vest in toy. When policeman ironing through a Street a it re tired on by it unknown a . A near riot vaulted both police and a jeering Mot Oien i my Tiro with revolvers. Tho fir of the fire with revolver. The fire of the guards and deputies finally dispersal the crowd. Til strikers Are demanding 7 fat a a six hour Day. Pardons Driver of death car a Pardon was granted to Joseph a Thomson of Racine today by gov. K. I i Philipp. Thomson is serving a on i year sentence for fourth degree murder. He was sentenced in october 1 1919. Gov Philipp found that Thomson was not guilty in the Accident 1 in which a killed a nun with his automobile and that Thomson was i a Oie of an ag1 Mother. The Pardon be establishes Thomson s right to citizenship horse thief kills sheriff Iutta. Mont. Sheriff u k Wyman of reaver head count a shot and instantly killed it Monida when he attempted to arrest an alleged to ran thief. The fugitive Jum a a i on i hours and a c Erk shot ii Hoise from 1 und it r ii irn. The thief Den escaped a n foot. We try holy land goes wet Toledo Road for palest Al american Brewer Ore invading tip i holy dind declared mrs Alice v. Morn Tempe rum worker ii a meeting Here
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