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Madison Wisconsin State Journal (Newspaper) - April 29, 1920, Madison, Wisconsin
Badger weather probably Shower tonight or Friday. Cooler. Light to to fresh Northwest winds. The Welsco Miti anti to . Vie journal sixteen pages vol. 135, no. 29. 81st , wis., thursday afternoon april 29, 1920. Price three cents fix rent profit at 10 per cent Utju Sis jul Sis demand n. Managers pics Quot u ,111 of Johnson drive a a kick Palmer tells House committee hundreds of gouges have been prosecuted declare senator out a Wood Headquarters replies recount welcomed general has slim Lead n tip York a recount of Tho vat on in la now Jersey primary will bin demanded by the managers of senator Hiram Johnson a Campaign it was announced Here to any. Following a conference of Job Neon lenders. The recount a decided upon. According to the announcement a a following report by Many politician and resident of new Jemy that Johnson had been counted with 53 precinct to be heard from general Wood a leading Johnson for the a Tate a presidential preference vote by 572. Angus Mcween Johnson Eastern Campaign manager who announced the it Cajet in of the committee said a new count would be asked for. Attorney will in employed to take charge of Johnson a int pc is. A sworn said. is howl the charge were mired by William p. Verden Republican Leader in Hoboken. Who said today that if Johnson had not a a 1%% would have carried the state a by 10.000 to 15,000�?� Verden called attention to the fact that the Vole in several District was Atli missing Early today a Kwh yes a the Law provides the return shall he submitted to the county clerk s the following statement was issued from Wood Headquarters Here every primary Johnson lose is mused every on he wins is on the we have every reason to be Washington a a hundreds and hundreds of profiteers have been j prosecuted by the department of jus lice since Congress amended the i ver a a counted act last fall attorney general Palmer a i the = a i Junei. Car it Cornin my a a Eluting its investigation on the sugar situation today. Palmer declared the Law against j profiteering has been vigorously enforced. The specific matter under investigation is the alleged action of Palmer in allowing the Louisiana sugar growers to charge 17 and 18 cents a Pound for their crops. Palmer charged the investigation was mainly for partisan purposes. A for anyone to say that my action in allowing Louisiana sugar growers to charge certain prices for their crops was unlawful shows a lamentable sorry ignorance of the Palmer said. Quot the Lawr gives the attorney general discretionary pow ers to decide who shall 1� prosecuted and that is All he did in $ Sis Sis Sis Sis j. Recount no arms Raras mexicans u. S. Warns speedy state entire committee matter is put up to legislature action covering urged by probe Northwestern trains crash head on engines and four cars smashed Tracy Minn. Five men were killed and la men arid one woman injured when an eastbound northwesterly passenger train crashed into a westbound train. 20 Miles East of Here at Daybreak. The dead Edward w. Clerk conductor Winona. Minn. John c. Fuller Engineer Waseca Man. J. L. Larson fireman Waseca m in. A a a a a two unidentified men Passee by Harry b. Hunt for a. All of those killed were on the East 1 l in Ted j hound train. The w de i Ani my train stat. A government will no j pm j come to a full Stop when the exportation of arms or eastbound train crashed into it wit nestles estimated the eastbound train state department refuses to License Export of munitions to any faction in Southern Republic Doug Hurt in film Avalanche Lor Angeles Douglas Fairbanks is suffering from severe injuries As the result of an experience with a too realistic Earth Avalanche which descended on him and the members of hts company. Fairbanks head and face were badly lacerated and his body a painfully bruised. He will be a Laid up Tao weeks doctors said. Publish service Minden munitions to the seceding mexican state of Donora. Charles m. Johnson chief of Bureau of mexican affairs of state department declared today. All exportation of arms munition and explosives from United states is prohibited by proclamation of the president made july 12. I sift except under License issued by the state department. A the state say Johnson a a a refused and will refuse to License the Export of arms or munition to any faction within any coun drought All the eastbound passengers Here and they were re routed to St. A the Only licenses granted for ship i Paul ment of arms munitions or explosives the injured none of whom Are Exino Mexico Are made for tile personal was travelling Only about 15 Miles an hour. The trains should have met at Sanborn. The westbound Crew is said to have misinterpreted orders. Both engines and four cars Are wrecked. One empty baggage car burned after the crash. All of the twelve injured were brought Here on a Relief train which reached the scene of the wreck _50 i minutes after the crash the train i made son was made up Here and carried four doctors and several nurses it also report to Philipp reveals cases where rent has jumped too per cent since May 1919 gouges take advantage of patriotism displayed by the people during the War committee charges sensational disclosures in the matter of rent profiteering and recommendations fur drastic legislation that will limit rental i profits to to per cent Are contained in the report of gov. E. L. 1 Philipps investigation committee which was filed with the executive today. Cases Are cited in the report revealing boosts of too per cent on some Milwaukee apartments Ainee May 1019. While tile committee confined its hearing to the Milwaukee sit nation it Points out that conditions found there Are general throughout Wisconsin and urges that the remedial legislation cover the entire state. With the report now in his hands gov. Philipp began this afternoon on his Call for a special session of the legislature. The a Cut problem will be one of the major questions to come before that Jody. Urge Quick Relief so serious Are the condition found by the probes that in their first recommendation immediate Relief is urged a special sea lion of the legs the residence of Joseph Masai no alias i lature being suggested to enable the raid nets seven barrels of wine Adison police confiscate Large Supply at Home of Joseph Massino seven Tiar rela of a Dago red win were hauled from the dark cellar of use of american citizen travelling in Mexico or for american mining Coneen. A american citizens washing to carry i a revolver or Rifle and a Hundred or so rounds of ammunition on their j travels in Mexico Are issued a License also Are granted for the neither Mary j ment of a reasonable Quantity of rifles j and ammunition to responsible Amor a 20, off ammunition provided their request is endorsed by the american Consul for. Level. Pickford nor Owen Moore is in Nevada to served in the stat suit to set i ,r.,n mining it on Ems say to or aside the divorce decree granted to in j a few Hundred rounds miss Pickford judge Langan a ordered service by publication in a paper to be sent them by mail. Mis Pickford is referred to As a Glady m. Moore known As Gladys m. her attorney say they will contend Bernice by publication is insufficient. Peeled to die. Were c. In. Hee. Williston n. D. Alta it Keeler. Winona. Joseph fierling. In Crosse wis. William Jennings Winona. Christian Snyer Gaard Lake Benton. Minn. Herman Enke like Benton. Minn. Albert Roe. Altamont. 8. D. W. H h a ack. Winona. Minn John Cassidy. Sleepy Bye. Minn. W. H. Lessen Waseca Minn. Albert Sisseton a d. Mrs. W. F Lathrop. Tomahawk. Wis wrecking Crew were ele1iv� Joe Mason h15 Regent Street this morning during a raid by chief of police Thomas Shaughnesy and several assistant. Two trucks were used to transport the liquor from the old House to the police station. A close search of the House was made but no further liquor was discovered. Mamo left for work Early today but a Friend hearing of the raid. Informed him of the police activity. He immediately left work and went Down town according to la factory officials let Teot Lve William 8 Harte and sergeant i co Kinney Are in search of wreckage today and Normal traffic i maws no. Lieve the vote in not a Jersey a conducted fairly for both candidate. We have nothing to fear from a recount vote is close Columbua o. Official figures will be necessary to determine whether William if. Boyd Jenera Wood supporter. Defeated Harry m. Daugherty Harding candidate in Ohio s preferential primary tuesday the Secretary of slate declared today. Returns today indicated other Harding big four candidate a Myron t. Herrick. Mayor John Calvin of cd ctn Al rat inches ult Nati and former governor Frank b. J years Obi Millis pulled through. Girls body is found in Park Minneapolis the body of a pretty Young woman we Ltd no Mark of identification a found on a bridle Pat i in Glen bowl Park Lade wed to Day by a Park policeman death War i caused by a revolver Bullet and the i revolver Lay mete by. She had dark i ter National Bridge i Brown hair Brown Eyer and a five j App. Their District. Explosives for mining j wi4�?z i to be resumed a. R Thalen Are licensed direct to these com min by night ponies. A there will he no licenses granted to any faction of mexicans and exportation without License will tie closely guarded u. S. Cavalry ready Al paros the Aam of revolution is sweeping a Rosa Northern Mexico. From Tho american Border Down to Mexico City revolutionary lenders have laser tabled Strong forces and president j and let us Loca to the it Carranza s regime is threatened the seventh United Stales cavalry stationed Here was ordered to the in the chief of police had been informed by reveral Cut Siena of affair passage of Laws fixing the amount of legitimate in teases St 20 percent a year in rental and extending the control of court to Cope with offenders and to enforce the Law. The report is signed by the entire committee without a dissenting opinion. Members of a he committee Are senator David v. Jennings chairman. Frank Weber. Gustave Wollaeger. Garfield 8. Can night und assemblyman Clarence c. Coe the investigation covered nine Days of exciting sessions in Milwaukee. In it report the committee Point Cut that when it undertook its closely watched task it found that a the pub what probes found what they suggest do. E. L. Philippe a rent j investigation committee found that rents in Many instances were advanced beyond the amount necessary to make a fair or even Liberal return on investments some As High As 100 per cent Ainee May. 1919. The rent situation is due to a shortage of Homes. Large number of owners and lassies of property have taken advantage of the situation to in create rents. The least justifiable and most pernicious evil is the leasing of apartments by certain persons and re leasing them at greatly increased prices. No foundation to claim that High rates Are necessary because of increased Cost of Tabor and Upkeep. Families divided several families living in places designed for Only one family Many evicted and unable to find place to move. Remedies for immediate Relief special session of the legislature to enact legislation that would fix net return on investments to 10 per cent and giving courts Power with severe penalties to enforce the Law. She was about i or y goods firm buys air planes new York a a dry goods company of Minneapolis a purchased two planes Here to la u�y1 in Rushing shipment Between new York and Minn polite the machine Are of the Oriole put Etc j Gers or an equal amount of freight j the pilots will reach Here tomorrow i morning by train and will return to at 9 o clock Lase Minneapolis by air. Carrying half a toil troop took up favourable if goods with them. Position Rind will Cross tha Kin j grand to protect american lives and in the House and consequently sent i lie mind a found greatly incensed 8>r�>unt Kinney. Patrolman Romaine because of i extra Ordinary increases in York Robert Putnam and Patrick rentals not Only of buildings used for Power in search of the liquor Early residential purpose but also of buildings used foe office and other places today. Maestro a it Dren. A wife and nine Chil porn. Healy Complete in off a1 returns Chica go hair today a the bold Daugherty Rar e a m Bax to grow Long gave Woods candidate 104.59. And Daugherty 10.1,04. The a returns gave Harding nearly a 17.000 plurality Over major general Wood. The vote stood Harding 124.520 Wood 109,390. The bulk of the to too written in vote go to senator Johnson and Herbert Hoover. Wood captured eight of the District Legates Harding 34, according to lays return. Turn to new Field new 10rk with the smoke of. Tuesday s primaries still hovering Over 1 the Tittle grounds obscuring the result i in new Jersey at least the Republica divisions were moving on to new i a a a tors today where the pre convention Campaign will be renewed next week. 15 percent increase in wag1# and other i world minor Concession. Ber they also refused to accept the propel of the operators that president Wilson be ask d to appoint a Committer of three to arbitrate the differences. A ppe a a for labor on farm the republicans will hold a primary in Maryland and a state convention in flab on monday primaries in California and Indian tuesday a slate convention in Missouri wednesday and s state convention in Colorado thursday. The democrats will hold a Pix Mary in California and a state convention in Kentucky tuesday and state conventions in Connecticut and Rhode Island thursday. The principal contests will he staged in the Republican primaries in California and Indiana. The candidacy of Herbert Hoover will be put to it most severe test in the. Pacific coast stale. Two a favorite sons both he and senator Johnson Are bidding for the a favorite son Quot endorsement. They Are the Only two entries in the primary. Indiana will and Johnson. General Wood governor i Laden of Illinois and senator Warren Harding arrayed against each other. In that state a candidate must poll a majority Over All other contestant to win the 30 delegates. Wood and Johnson again lock horns in Maryland. A Short time ago the states 15 delegates were practically conceded to the general but a Strong Johnson sentiment a developed the uninstructed delegations Are sex i Cleveland a Samuel Gompers peeled from i us Missouri Colorado j president of the american federation although the Wood Fortes claim Hie j of labor prophesied an end to the support of Utah tight and Colorado a j labor unrest soon. In hut closing ad-12 delegates and Lowden followers j dress to the International cig urm us believe they can win the sentiment of Era i Nion convention which ended Missouri s 36. There and in. Property in Juarez of the revolution results Iii hostilities Between the mex ican factions there 700 americans Juarez a been crowded with Amer Chicago father Dearborn today Iran tourists. Many of them were in was Laking lessons in braiding hair. Joying Winter vacations there and a Barbers Here announced they were j loons and places of amusement at considering advancing the Price of hair traded americans from ail parts of cuts to 5 cent. They have not j. Country. It was estimated More reached an agreement. Higher prices than 7oo americans Are in Juarez. Are coming they Sav. Carranza totters they Point to a new increase in Tut larva wages to employees and other advanced 1 Han Antonio costs. Carranza government in Mexico if a tottering Ani Mexico fity is in a stats of panic colonel Enrique be Reed a brother of Alfredo Bercedad. Governor of the Federal District of Mexico declared today on his arrival Here from Mexico City. A revolution has broken out in Wen for states in Mexico a re veda declared predicting entire country would shortly revolt. Bercedad renounced Carranza aril pledged support to general Obrego ii when he arrived Here. Meeting last night min ithe revolution has encircled Mexico e offer of operator of a it completely cutting it off from the Anthracite Coal strike held near new York strike of Anthracite Coal Miner was declared imminent today by Union mgt a tiers of the scale committee which a been in conference with the operators committee Here. Negotiation were apparently deadlocked. At a Era refused the offer of o girl is bound Home looted Minneapolis Terra. Windit tied min Jessie Hudson 14, to a Bod Post last night while they robbed the Home of Knapp. Nil Hudson a pairing for two children while or. And mrs Knapp were at the theatre. Boost Price of Sunda y editions Columbus o the Ohio state journal and Columbus dispatch announced that the Price of their sunday editions will tie increased from 7 to to cent effective sunday next. Rot Ari ans pick four directors c. G. Media Hon. William a. Irvine Willard Parker and Harry Teckemeyer were elected the Board of cretors of the Madison rotary club of the City y. I. C. A. Today. The new Hoard will elect officers. J. B. Davis of grand rapids. Mich., Secretary of the inter Church world movement and a to tar Tun made a Brief address. K. E. Parker City Engineer. So be on the City planning convention. Charles e. Whelan presided. Lea ves $5 to beloved wife new York Charles f Schwarz of Brooklyn left a of his 11,000 estate j to a this beloved wife a to his i Louise Miller of Brooklyn he left $ >00. I the residue got to Ernest ring tem la an Uncle of Yonkers. According of the term of the will the widow mrs. I Edith b. Schwarz must Waif six months for but r a it. Scientists Honor prof. C. K. Leith University of Wisconsin Man named to membership in National Academy or. C. K. . Professor of geology at the University of Wisconsin a ejected yesterday to membership in the National Academy of science. The National Academy was created by Congreve and limited to a Memler hip of too from All branches of science it is a self a Protu attn organization and elections take place once annually in Washington. Preceding or. La Ltd Only four i Condo scientists have been mad members. They Are prof. It. I com Stock. Pivo of k. B. Yan Vleck prof. C. U. Mendenhall and the late or. C r i Van hone. B. G. Hall Dies in Minnesota Woll hissed a a spoils to sail by convention spot a for America Bercedad said. A j redacted Carranza shortly resign. Would poles bombard Kieff from air 1/on done polish troops advancing bolsheviks in vol have sent out air i Craft which bombed Tho in it Octant City appealing for farm a of Kieff. Kitling ten and wounding four a prr0ofui a Moscow wireless Dis Patch today said. Timers i w ran gel. The anti bolshevik commander in South Russia attacked the soviet armies in the Crimea at the same time Tho polish offensive started a news Agency dispatch from constantinople today said Range i claimed to have inflicted severe defeat on the reds Laking Many prisoners. St Paul Hor Hugh j Hughes Market director of the state department of agriculture to the fact that Leas than one third of Minnesota a population is on Tho farm although this is an agricultural stale. This. He said. A one of the chief reasons for the High cot of living. Gompers sees end of unrest news of death proves fatal Crivitz wis mrs. Fred Yod died j when she heard of the death of her a daughter Mem eat n Rumaker a a Bride of a few months at Bushel ill Atlantic City n. J. Mathew Woll. Vie president of the american federation of labor was forced to discontinue his speech before the United states tramber of Commerce reinvention Here today because of hissing Anil cries of delegates. Woll was delivering an attack on the Kansas compulsory arbitration court when cries of a no no Quot and a we want governor Allen a forced him to sit Down. Governor Allen father of the Kansas court Law sat on the same platform from which Woll made i address. More paper next year forecast Vav Ashing ton print paper pro due lion w ill be increased by Joo to tons next yet a Paul Patterson. Baltimore Sun told the Senate Prim paper investigating committee today. Ally sky Clear commons told i>1n Don Gray misunderstanding existed a Twe n the allies before the Sam Reno conference but the sky is Low dear a prime minister Lloyd George told the Bouw of commons to Day. London a Lone German warship will a a ii for an american port sum time next week and stay Quot there. It is one of the a it oils of the Quot great War to go to the United states under the Versailes treaty. The hip the of Friesland. St tuned into a. Firth of Forth wednesday together with the War hip Hessen which will go to Japan denies Penrose Serio us y ill Philadelphia the report that senator Penrose is seriously ill is denied by his brother or. Charles ii. I Penrose. Quot the it senator wiil be at tin Chicago convention with Bells said the i doctor. A that is us Oln Tely certain. U. S. Ready for red uprising Washington the gov eminent is ready to Cope with whatever revolutionary demonstration Max he attempted saturday May i. International Laborda Justice department agents in All part of the United a talks have received their instructions it was Learned i today. Of blame Home shortage through a or co operation of Milwaukee new i it lax pc is a questionnaire was sent out and the Public invited to submit a a ewer. Response was immediate. Landlords also were asked to appear before he committee the committee had no subpoena Power. I bul the had advised that he would Call on the legislature for Aid should any owner refuse to testify Quot it is a matter of common knowledge a the reporter soya a Thath rent situation in Milwaukee is due to a shortage of dwellings and it would be unnecessary to mention that fact Benjamin g. Hall aged 72, g. A a except that its he underlying it in in and form deput which must he constantly kept in of internal Rev my Here died last mind when considering any proposed j night in Redwood Falls. Minn remedial legislation or other j or Hall left Dane county about 34 the committee found that a a Large i years ago after serving under Gen. Number of owners or Lessee of prop-1 Henry Hamden in Tho internal i Ety have taken advantage of the is j Ruc a Pat raiment he was a member i Imti on created by the shortage of i Lucius Hoir Bild int cd. A r dwellings to increase rents beyond an surviving Are or Halls widow and amount no Ary to make a fair or of Quot or adopted cd Illren. Howard who even a Liberal return on their invest a Quot the rih _ ice. I Ayd of Winthrop Minn Marg a it committee made he Dis a w it f Art a. A xf., of Eov by that owner and quote it in Madison and or. B. Jour add of nor lease i Ppd re leased apartment Falls Minn he also leave. I my houses thus further greatly in two pol finl it or Inu a. Of Madison creasing prices a in Ltd r k. Hall of Lotke Mills and a regarding this practice the report sinter mrs , a. Oghlan of Wood j asserts Lake Minn. A in most instances he rental a Mil to the funeral will take place saturday j the landlord by such persons is Sufall Jat Redwood Falls. A a it to furnish the landlord a fair a i turn on his investment and the rents i which Are exacted by such persons Are j greatly in excess of hat amount a a a the person thus enering the Field i an unnecessary and unjustifiable Hur i Den a ton the occupants of rented premises Evert in the Case of renting alignment a a and in one instance at least the rental exacted was Suffle i Dent of make a Rte return of too per cent upon the investment in furnishing and too percent boost i the committee does not attempt to \ Minimise the situation or its findings bluntly is the statement made concerning the percentage of increase in rentals. I Quot our investigation shows that Ren a Tai have been increased in the City j of Milwaukee As much a too per cent above the rental received for the same property May i 1919,�?� says Tho j report. In the next sentence the report a that none of the landlord or i estate men who appeared before the i Monte j committee claimed to justify an in-1 five i crease of rental in excess of 25 per pretty cent above a Fajr rental in May. 1919, j a and no one appearing before the committee produced figures to jux a tiny in our opinion even an increase of 25 per concerning the claim made by own Era of the increased Cost of material Ami labor the report says that a was a matter of fact there a been no in bluebeard is put to shame Cairo the work of a Moder n bluebeard has be n discovered at Tan to. .&Quot/4 Miles Northwest of Cairo noted for its Mohammedan festivals mid fair women a a tried into a House on the pretext of meeting a wealthy admirer have been a it shed of their jewels and then murder i. Were burned except for of which wee found in their body the Bead the House. A Polly French Lea ves husband turn to Figario column ii new York Back in the Spring of 1903 miss Pauline i Croy French beloved us Quot Polly French Iii exclusive lays i circles of Newport and Tuxedo read a real i i i r b fore the Eclectic club at Del s on Man. The years later also in the Spring Vlist Polly apparently cast aside the major motive of her Earllar Esau and became the Bride of Samuel j. Wagstaff. Clubman and a on of col. And or. Alfred Wagstaff. Now. 12 cars later mrs Wagstaff apparently a adopted once More. The belief of her youth that Man is obsolete she Ami or. Wag Sis it have sep Iru Ted and the authoress of a Man the of Olure a intend to apply to the courts to trove her Point
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