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Madison Wisconsin State Journal (Newspaper) - April 24, 1920, Madison, Wisconsin
I 9 /. ,. /. ,.badger weather fair tonight and sunday. Brightly warmer tonight. Light southerly winds. Them so Rte journal City edition vol. 135, no. 24. 81st , w1s., saturday after noon april 24,1920. Price three . Recognizes armenian nation Unity of world plea of Butler speaker at science Academy a Celebration at University favors policy of internationalism t j try Quot he world is at Tho Cross roads. Shall to turn to Tho right or to that left shall we make Nae of Tho Groat moral lesson of the last Avo years or shall All Tho sacrifice have been in vain a thus or. Nicholas Murray Butler president of Columbia University con inhaled his address on tasks of hereon in Urt inn at the University Congo Natton yesterday afternoon As port of rho program be Bra ung the fiftieth anniversary of the founding of the Wisconsin Academy of science arts a Swid letters. The speaker did not declare him a a Alf in favor of the peace conference insults nor favor a by reconstruction project confining his remarks to a j presentation of the tasks confronting the people. Favors Unity of nations it was evident from the talk How-0 a Ever that the presidential possibility j is heatedly converted to a policy of Init manorial ism for the world from which the United slates cannot afford to stand aloof. Relative to Unity of nations or. Butler said Quot a that la Best in our reflection should be inviting us into a co operative society of nations to care for the weak and suffering and to extend More widely the Rule of Law so that Justice May tie strengthened and peace tie made pm Rea amply secure i wish that terms might have Speed ily been settled at the Paris peace con pc renew and then a few years could have been taken if net Saary to study All of the elements of the great problems concerning the Unity of it is the same with nations an it in with said the speaker. Quot who believes that these new struggling a lion can stand alone there is a moral obligation upon a great people i that they shall not selfishly limit their i Nvvf n purees but that they shall make use of their great intelligence and Power for the Benefit of other men and other tracing the development of the Dis try of the German Umpire through b m of the conflict. In i Lei h plea for a realization s taught by the expert it hat no nation can to so it a to be sufficient unto itself a defying All Law and authority for its own selfish motives. He continued with a warning that not Only must the United Stales coms to a realization of her place in the intentional scheme of things hut must curb the selfish interests within the country As Well. Commemoration dinner following two convocations and a business meeting the commemoration dinner took place last night at the University club. With president e. A. A. Birge presiding. The feature of the evening was the formal presentation of the Bronze medal a permanent appreciation of the regard of present members of the. Academy for its founders. Bishop Samuel fallow oldest living graduate of the University pointed out the importance of continuing a Broad attitude toward research work. President m. A. Brannon of Beloit urged that the danger of specialization to detriment of the human Point of \ Lew a foreseen and guarded against to attain Tho highest Benefit in scientific research work. Prof. William Trelease of the University of Illinois urged that the Academy co operate with the National organizations both for the Good which that institution with its wider Outlook and greater problems could give the Academy and for the benefits which these larger matters could draw from the scientists of the Academy. Superintendent Joseph Schafer of the state historical society urged that Ai whose interest and ability warrantee the Hope that they might develop usefulness to sciences arts and letters be taken Alto the Academy. Resolutions from All Over the country congratulating the Academy on its 50th anniversary were received. The Wisconsin archaeological society it Milwaukee announced it had made president Birge and Secretary Beatty honorary members. It a voted yesterday to affiliate with the National association for the advancement of sciences. Many dr1nx, few Baths is wife a charge new York it was a Long time Between Baths but Only a Short time Between drinks for Frank j. Gould his wife or. Edith Kelly Gould former show girl charged in her suit for divorce on file Here today. Mrs. Gould said her husband became intoxicated a almost daily Early in the morning often drinking As much As a quart of Gin or whisky before 8 a. she charged that at times Gould a could not be induced to take in Bath More than once a month and at one time did not change his clothes for six weeks. Mrs. Gould named two other women who she said her husband was associated with in Paris. A divorce was granted Gould in Peris a year ago but his wife claimed this was invalid As his residence in in new York she said. Uncle Sam Johnson iss�kk��m�k�.,�6reece is to protect far in Lead a a a a it rss a �s6iven Abe people helpless before gouges capper asserts interests in Montana extortionate charges blight Only Hope of Canning this year Price Avia Ting warships ordered to mexican ports As revolt spreads action follows Appeal a to Washington Madison boy of 17 disappears Clarencele Roy believed to have accompanied Bara boo youth in flight Clarencele Roy 17-Yenr-old son of or. And mrs. C h. Is Roy. 304 went Wilson Atmo has disappeared. It is thought that the boy ran away with Clark liw Innell of Baraboo a Friend who t is b arned. Of or run Nung away Troni Baraboo came to Madison where it it thought he induced clan Tice to accompany him. The Dwinnell boy is about j7 also asked about the boy mrs. Is Roy Auld the family did not know where he vat. But thought he a with relative. Old glory flies above Windsor London Quot a the stars and stripes flouted Over the Northern Tower of Windsor Castle yesterday morning. Someone had hoisted it but mistake. Prince Albert King Georges second son. Was having his Ante break fast Hor Elk ack ride. He galloped to the Flag master a office and asked wha was what. Promptly old glory was hauled Down and up went the Root Al Emblem who made the mistake and what the penalty a remain mysteries under Wood to be floor Boss Washington political signify Ranee a attached today to senator Hitchcock s withdrawal from the contest of the democratic leadership of the Senate. Hitchcock said he withdrew from the race to break the deadlock Between him und senator Underwood. Underwood s election by a unanimous vote now is believed certain. Thl undoubtedly will help him in i fight for re election to the Senate his Fried say. Maniac spends night on wires Mobile Ala a Charles a a red Sandora alleged cocaine user who spent the night on electric Light wires across the busiest intersection in this City was coaxed to the ground today. Police tried in vain to dislodge him from his lofty Perch during the night. Traffic was blocked by persons witnessing his acrobatic stunts on the wire. Sander was taken to the county a amp it where he will be held for examination by a lunacy Board. More troops in Butte City quiet Butte another detachment of regular Arm troops from Camp Lewis arrived Here today since wednesday s rioting followed by arrival of the first troops Early Friday they imm been quiet Anaconda Copper mining company officials today predicted full operation of Miner text week yep we were says Coal men expecting it fight rate Bill Chicago Gingham dresses were offered for Sale in shops Here today for $69.50 each. A we could not develop the most simple gown in Gingham for less than 1100.�?� one Modiste said. Quot the Price of Gingham has gone to $1.50 and $3 a Yard and dotted wish models to imitate Calico were priced at $42.50. Wilson signs p. O. Fund Bill Washington president Wilson today signed the Post office appropriation Bill which authorizes establishment of trans font menial air mail routes. Washington Coal men Are fighting the Bill to Grant lower Coal freight rates in summer because they fear it would Rob them of the excuse to raise prices during Winter Scarcity. Senator Frelin Hausen new Jersey author of Tho measure Sadi Toda. 2.75 Beer Bill passed in n. Y. Albany. S. Y. The Assembly late today paced the Walker Bill permitting the manufacture and Sale of 2 75 per cent Beer in new York. The Senate approved the Bill earlier in the Day. The measure now goes to governor Hmoih and it was reported by wets that he would sign it. Bulletin Washington general Alvar do representative her of the of re goo revolution today telegraphed governor de la Huerta of Sonora that immediate items Ahou a be taken to afford Protection to american and other foreigners on the West coast of Mexico. Washington. D. A american warships have been sent to both coasts of Mexico i espouse to request from american citizens for the disputed of such vessel a to prop it american interests and during the situation. The scout it i Utt Salem has been ordered to the West Cor St with the destroyer Mccawley in response to appeals from americans in Mazatlan and Topo Sobampo. The scout Cruiser Sacramento. Which is already at Tampico has been notified of the Appeal from americans at Frontier. The Sacramento has just arrived at Tampico after a tour of the Guif coast and i la understood this vessel will be rent Back to front Era. Trouble feared the commander of the Sacramento reported that there was considerable apprehension among americans and foreigners at Frontera. Wiirre a local uprising was expected. An urgent Appeal for the War vessels was received from americans at Frontera on Friday and it to probable that this Appeal was based on the actual development of the threatened uprising. The latest confidential information received through official channels from Mexico City gave a More reassuring picture of the general mexican situation. These advices expressed the opinion that the Carranza government would probably be Able to hold Down the situation developed by the spread of the new revolt Iii Sonora into other mexican Stales. To Mexico City George t. Summerlin Counselor and charge d affaires who had been Here on official business left Friday night fur Mexico City Lotaki charge of american interests there until the arrival of the new ambassador. Henry Morgenthau of new York there has been no indication us to when the Senate foreign relation committee which has before it the nomination of or. Morgenthau will a. Unit. Authoritative information reached Washington that Gen. Gomez formerly ii command of the mexican Federal Garrison at Tux urn. And Gen. Palaez the rebel up Tymander who has been in control in the Oil Fields a Ong the East coast for several years have joined forces and on april 21 arid 22 were attacking the Federal Force it Tux a us. War hero wins alienation suit 9 a Biola fall h. D. John Henderson world War Veteran won a $45,-<00 verdict in District court her today in his suit against j. C. Blenkiron of Mitchell h. Do a in which he Askov $75,000 damages on the grounds of seduction and alienation of the affections of his wife. Henderson claims that while he was in the army Blenkiron persuaded hts wife to get a divorce from Henderson and marry him. Sensational testimony marked the trial. Testimony of Deadman read Tombstone aria. A dead Man s testimony caused a halt in the Bisbee deportations trial Here today. A deposition by Clarence Ingram one of the defendants stated he had Given Fred Brown a plaintiff witness. An Opportunity to avoid deportation. Ingram died a few hour after the deposition was taken. The state sought to impeach the do portion and the question whether Arizona Laws permit impeachment caused a recess to be taken. Wood running second Hoover Heads Democrat ticket returns coming in slowly from state Butte beat or Hiram Johnson of California has won in Montana m Republican preside ia.1 preference primary returns indicated today. According to the returns 201 out of 1.500 precincts gave Johnson .�i,h2 Wood. 2.864, Hoover 1.123 Lowder 1.4031 Harding. 303. A candidate Lur the Republican presidential nomination Hoover apparently has won for the second Tim the democratic preferential vote in a Sta e primary. Incomplete returns give Hoover the Lea pc Bere democrats wrote in the name of their Choice for president. The re were no democratic candidate other democrats whose names were written in were president Wilson attorney general i Aimer and governor Edwards of n a Jersey i rider the Montana primal Law Hie people vote directly on their Choice for president. In addition to expressing their pre identical preference electors and delegates to the National it unveil tons were chosen. Stewart unopposed gov. Bam v. Stewart is in unopposed candidate for the vice presidential nomination. Johnson a sweeping Victory had been peed Ted 1 ii supt i 1 Quot 1 a h Garden the Montana Vine the first real test of popular sentiment uninfluenced by machine politics and lavish Campaign expenditures. By win Ning Montana senator John of added eight to the number of delegates already lined up for him. Delegates sent from Montana will be instructed. As the state Law provides that delegates must Abidi by the expressed presidential preference of the voter. Supporters jubilant Johnson supporters were jubilant on the newest Victory of their candidate. Coming As it does on top of tile sen Ator s successes in Nebraska. Michigan and Booth Dakota and the Strong showing he made without campaigns n Minnesota and North Dakota where thousands of dollars a spent by the Wood and Lowden forces. Borrowed baby starts rumpus Milwaukee woman desire to compile her Hull Send s married life by preventing him with a child a led to unusual complications according to the polio who arrested or. W. E. Fox prominent physician. The police say mrs Jennie Yeubert 44. Whose husband. Conrad is 30. Took the child of an acquaintance born in a Hospital to her own Home and summoned or Fox to certify the birth of the child to her. It is on charge of in alleged false certification that or. Fox was arrest a. Mrs. Set us it has two sons by a former marriage on of whom is 28 Ami quiz suspects in murder Case Chicago gunmen and police continued today in their search for James Quot lefty Lynch believed to know who killed Edward j. Coleman labor trader. There thursday. Several suspects were rounded up and questioned. Officials feared the murderer would be slain by gang Nen before police could find him. Washington a seizure of All sugar and its distribution to consumer at Cost was urged today by senator capper Kansas. Republican to thwart sugar profiteers who be declared Are appearing to a shamelessly Rob housewives during the Canning Tho profiteers he said make Captain Kidd look like a sunday school character. In a speech on profiteering capper urged taxation of War profits instead of a sales tax to pay tha proposed Soldier Bonus. Permanent regulation of profits was Alto urged. Profiteering in Cotton and Cotton goods has bean open flagrant and scandalous he said. And charged similar conditions in Oil. Lumber tobacco flour meats and foodstuffs. A even the Humble banana Baa become a kingly profiteer Quot capper striker cases set for May said. A but the Moat Brazen Challenge of the government we have had m this Long saturnalia of greed comes from Nambler in sugar. This body and this government Are soon to hear very emphatically from the people in regard to profiteering m sugar. The Canning season raid is on. The Price already is rising a Dollar a week wholesale in Early anticipation of tha Canning season. For years the sugar interests have annually shamelessly and openly robbed american housewives. They have with their extortionate charge regularly blighted the poor family Only hop of putting up and storing away a cheap and wholesome Supply of vegetables and fruits for the Winter which every principle of healthful diet demands. The people Are he predicted a no Steak Quot weeks enforced by Quot necessity instead of by proclamation a at no Distant Day unless profiteering is checked. Oft Roland awarded big Concession by Council of premiers held Victory for Venizelos will control Smyrna bulletin Washington recognition of Tho Republic of Armenia by the United states government was announced in a not rent today by Secretary Colby to Panda Ramdham representative her of that nation. San reme influence 41 defendants arraigned Federal court on con Spir Acy charges 5 in by Camillo Cianfarra of the sphere of greek Quot in the Smyrna District of to Ralfh Asia minor decided finally by the Council of Premier today gives i recce on of the Moat valuable concessions yet awarded any of the Powers in the partition of Turkey. The greek Concession extend mom than fifty in la East and West of Smyrna and some sixty Miles Back in it to the hinterland. Boundaries of the greek zone Are starting from a Point North of thai Gulf of Adarme opposite the North coast of Tho Island of my Eleno run Ning to the East including hate Hysham thence South crossing the railway Midway Between cassava and Alesh. I Frier mar Saliko which la excluded 19, a it a let .--jl.? Thi ii i i Ivy i re in owing the water shed of the Little Groat meander Tho Odeh to die in electric chair degree returned after i 12 hours Chicago fort one defendant Quot outlaw strike leaders were arraigned in Federal court Here today on charges of violating the lever Law. Their ease were set for hearing May 5. The specific charges against the strikers was that they induced switchman to remain away from work there by conspiring to restrain transportation of necessities of life. Efforts to end officially strike Here again failed when John Grunau stalk j Leader again was absent from a mewling called to vote on the subject. Offt Jelal report schedule rapidly returning to Normal. Palmer takes hand Washington attorney general Palmer today gave personal attention j to the so called Quot outlaw Ike. Seemingly More acute than for i several Day s. I Palmer got reports from Cleveland where Bis representatives yesterday j communicate with outlaw strike leaders and from other cities where Hun tired of men still Are Idle. Late yesterday Iii a conference with new spa up a men Palmer characterized the strike an Quot far from fun Laird rapid improvement a new York officials of the Quot outlaw railway Union were making every i Effort today to induce railroads to take i Back strikers w without loss of seniority. Railroads reported til situation gradually i Day i Atli unbroken in Many Roch fat or. N. Y. Quot Public opinion was blamed today by James Odell for his conviction on the charge of murder in the first degree for killing Edward Kneip. The verdict was returned lust night after 12 hours deliberation. He was sentenced to be executed during the week of june is. Odell was confident that his wife. Who remains to he tried on a rim liar charge will he freed. Odell and his wife were alleged to have beaten the Man to death on a lonely Road after mrs Odell had told her husband of misconduct with Kneip prior to Lier marriage. Two bodies Are found on farm Green by he. A. The irodies of or. And mrs. Way Luau Crew s profound buried in stalls in a barn on the Vii Bradley farm fire Miles South of Here. Lute today following an All Day search for the couple. They Illier excluded with the City of adm and finally reaching the sea near a Casanova which is outside the greek zone. The Concession vim considered a Victory for Premier Venizelos. Greeks to control while nominal sovereignly remain in Turkey Wilh the right to raise her Flag on one of the fort in the outer port Greece will exercise effective control it was understood. Greek authorities will administer the City of Smyrna and occupy the country. She cannot however impose military service As Long Els the present statute is in Force. Greece must submit an electoral Law within six months after ratification of the turkish peace treaty. Election will be held six months after the league of nations has approved the la w glasses for protecting turkish minorities Are included in the Myrti statute. The Fiort is opened to subject of ail countries belonging to the league of nations. The statute however can be changed of request of the District parliament two years a after convocation in the sense the parliament can ask annexation to Lake ship brings cargo of autos Milwaukee the land of Cleveland its with an elevator and ii stalled arrived Here automobiles consign1 he t Mer Lake to runs formed i extra deck in with a Load of i by Eastern new yorkers in Overall Parade new York ten thousand men and women dressed in overalls patched or frayed clothing were to Parade Here today in protest against profiteering in wearing apparel. Borne participant were expected to stroll through Tho retail District from which they were barred by City . Chicago woman takes o in life Milwaukee mrs Gertrude Frank. 38 of Chicago was found hanging from a window screen in Lier room at a sanitarium Here today. Mrs. Frank had Iteen a patient for nervous trouble. Madison of the future for years c. B Chapman president of the Madison association of Commerce a made a study of Madison a growth and the City is needs. In sundays state journal or Chapman will outline the problems that will confront the City during the next ten years. Every business Man every property owners yes every residents will want to read this article by or Chapman in Tomor Row b Wisconsin state journal. I1 manufacturers to Western dealers. Tic shipment establish a precedent in transportation on the great Lak it ,. The automobile for Milwaukee Chicago Minneapolis and other Points were carried lad Ween Lake port at a saving of at least to Days under i Ordinary condition Ami to Day under i present conditions the Lakeland has gone to Chicago i and will return to Kenosha and Katrine to take on automobile for Eastern i dealers. The cars chipped Here for Minneapolis and Fargo s. Do a will be driven Overland leaving today. Print paper Bill signed w a hink it it a president Wilson today signed the print Fri Ier Bill the print Aper Bill provides that imported papers coating eight cents or lest a Point shall not be dutiable. It raised this exemption from five cents a Pound As a Means of stimulating imports of print paper. Von Kapp Given Days of Grace Stockholm the government suspended deportation preceding against or. Wolfgang von Kapp. Lead or of the relent German insurrection were Ihm seen Munday when the brought their Only child her to go to i it re Ece hut not to Turkey school. Will control relations James White a neighbor who had in supreme economic Council with been negotiating for the Crews a to it k j regulate economic relations Between and who on tuesday moved into the Turkey and the greek zone Crews House was held and will be j completion of the Smyrna decision improving throughout the a ast to charged with double murder j woe practically the Only important striker claimed thir ranks were i a Shotgun wound was found in or Woric done by the Council so far Dur Crews Side while there was a wound eng the present session. In mrs. Crews breast. My official communique Thi after noon said the Council continued discussion of the turkish treaty heard military experts regarding Batum and decided to ask the British representative for further information on this on estion a request refused Berlin Allied military observer in Germany have derided that the German government should not be allow Eif a single Man in it armies More t in the 100,000 permitted by la treaty of Versailles it was Learned today. The decision be earn known shortly after the Berlin authorities had a patched a not to try court to of premiers meeting in ban Rem asking permission to increase Germany armies to 2oo.0oo. The military observers decision also included the following Reich we Tyr should be withdrawn completely from the Ruhr District. Tit Buhr workmen should be disarmed. Delivering their weapons to the allies who should destroy them in the presence of representatives of Iii i workmen. Dissolution of the German civil i guards. I permission to Germany to maintain i the same number of police a before i the War provided they a men in i which Hie people have conf Lynece. This number might be increased i where local conditions require not offered mandate i Ottawa. a not j been offered the mandate for Armenia lit was stated auf Ontive a Here today. Tho Canadian government has to it de Aire to accept Ruth in mandate ii was i said. Even if Canada is requested it wit a Aid. So would not consider becoming a mandatory for a nation it far i Distant. And inn liberated him. Von. Kapp j up will be permitted to remain in Sweden i a fortnight subject to police supervision. On condition he does not take part in propaganda against the German government. Caillaux freed has ser Ved term a his Joseph Caillaux former Premier of France convicted of holding communication with the enemy was released today. Caillaux left the Hospital at Neuilly where he has been confined after a lecture by Senate off Lait who warned him the order of liberation forbade him to sojourn to Paris or any of the big French cities. Ii Mut Ltd to his re Tidence in Paris from win re he will leave soon far the country. While tin former Premier a. Sin tended to three years imprisonment the tune he was kept in solitary confinement was credited As offsetting the sentence. Wilson praises Hines services Washington president Wilson today wrote Walker d. Limes praising his services a director general of i Railroad Hines will leave his Post i some time after the meld be of May. I the president letter to Hines Fol i lows Quot i cannot let you retire from tit j duties of director of railroads without j telling y of How i have personally i valued and admired the quite unusual i service you have rendered the govern a ment and the country. I Hope that the future hold for you something worthy i of your ability and character. With warmest appreciation. yours. Quot Woodrow Wilson Hines successor it was Learned at i the White Bouse already has been Deli waa stated Hines him a Man. Plan hunger strike Dublin political prisoner in Wormwood subs prison have decided to go on a hunger strike beginning tomorrow unless they Are released unconditionally it was understood Here today. Bishops meet in Kansas City it a Xvi kans a City to to methodist episcopal Bishop were ii sent annual conference Here today they conferred on matter to be pre seized at the quadrennial general con Fere Nee of the Church opening unix Moines to ext wreck. Would make 25 a t men slim Chicagon Appeal for 25 Usaj men w no w ant to be slim was i Rte a i of i by Antoinette Donnelly who w la blast a class in flesh Induc. I t Ion Here. I Dnn Neby unde in t it make fat men slim while or John Dill Robertson health commissioner is supervising the weight reduction of Twenty five women. An invitation to fat men issued by Roberly of. Wee i
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