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Madison Wisconsin State Journal (Newspaper) - January 22, 1920, Madison, Wisconsin
Weather Cloudy titty me Wisco in journal vol. 134, no. 112. 81st year. Madison wis., thursday afternoon january 22, 1920. Sixteen pages Price two cent increased production Appeal to Industry yanks cossacks fight spend less than fou earn a a a a a a wig a when the Well is dby we know the Worth of water. a Franklin 3 cd urge mild group Otto callup pact g. O. P. Conferees would keep treaty debate from floor awhile longer agreement hoped for labor wars on sedition Bills Gompers charges measures Are veiled attacks on organized workers i Washington organized labor today throw its Force and influence against the sedition Bilio pending in i unit Row w Ith the declaration by Samuel got pors. Before Tho House rules committee that Tho measures Arr veiled attempt to Pas anti strike Laws affecting a1 industries. Lompre rss Chariton brought denials from several Mem toys of Tho committee who claimed the legislation of fort Only those seeking the overthrow of the govern own i Hgt Forte or violence. Rut Lompert claimed the word a a Force could to construed to mean Quot moral Force a thus making the Law applicable to peaceful Effort to i Tunge the government. Attorney general Rainier after a conference a the White How. Sent a letter of the Raynn do Claring he supported Nettlie the Sterling nor Graham sedition Bill and making no direct prom Mcneal Ion. The sedition Billa pending in Congress Are nothing Mon than anti strike legislation that will of Lyyii t nil industries Gomper tee Titi cd makes men slaves Quot the main purple of the legislation la to prevent a it venation of we Ork Quot he said. A it amounts to putting All the workers of th"1, country under involuntary servitude. It make slaves of All free this intent. Gompers said. A carried in Section a which prevents the circulation of All literature or publications advocating the overthrow of the government by Force it a violence or seeking to accomplish Hir through Industrial Cron Munwai or social thanker. Quot la it advantageous to our country to have such a Hill enacted a a asked Gompers. A does it to the inf div of our Republic and its instill finns will it bring about greater spirit of Solidarity Anil Tai riot Tam a Quot the american federation of tailor believe it will work the very opposite Fps shown by history an experience. La the Quot experience of other countries to have no influence on our Lourae it will not make our it country the la est in the world and lifter. Result of aspiration Quot strikes Are nothing More or lass than the aspiration of the working pry ple for a latter life. And thus you will find sue cessation of work Only in civilised countries. Then Are no strikes in ii Tia or India. The countries with few strikes Are the most backward in the world a Gompers claimed however that the american federation of i Ai Bor had clone More than any other organization to prevent strikes. Quot rut this species of legislation is rot going to prevent the things it seeks to prevent Quot he said a i declare this is Noah tag More than tying men to their representatives if the negro press protested against the sedition Bill. In a statement mid with Tho committee. James w Johnson Field Secretary of the National association for the and vane Merit of coloured people., said Quot the negro pres is opposed to appeals to racial prejudice but if this Bill becomes t Law. Negro publications May be denied the right to voice the just and legitimate protests of the coloured people Oday in a Thrift in Industry Day Quot of Thrift week. Increased production to bring i prices Down is the deep Arate need of the world therefore an Appeal for Thrift in Industry is especially sign j Beant today. A Trenkl is 91 per cent perspiration a says Thomas Edison. President in j Coin split rails. President Garfield was a canal boat mule Driver and president Johnson was a tailor. I All Progress is the result of the la a i Borer s toll in the Laboratory in the i foundry or in the Field. The common ground of employer and employee is the Challenge to work no employer who does not work will be Able for very Long to provide work fur his employees. No employee work 1 ing in a half hearted manner will Ery i Long provide a Market for the product i of his employer. The biggest production can come Only when the employer Recognises that his men Are not commodities for which he pay it a wage depending upon the Supply of men in the labor Market a Bot co workers Loyal helpers who a v As much at stake in the Success of the business. A waste elimination will Aid the a -1 lion lets add to our store by pro Din ing More let of you know the Val j use of dough Thrifty let us a for economic Liberty a an a Thrift in i Deatry Day slogans. Speakers at the Heaters today Are la of. Mile. Fuller the Rev. Henry Harris. Palace v. M. Wiley Orton n. J. Fry. Grand m. In Hovey Majestic and a. H. Graves strand. Find bodies of entire family fort wat or. Ind. Dead appear j ult to since tuesday the Bod Lea of William Spindler. 70. And his son his wife and three children Ware found last night at the Spindler farm near Harlan 15 Miles East of Here. Spindler had apparently shot the five to death and then ended bus own life i with a Shotgun. Suffrage loses in Mississippi i a i Jackson. Mis amid cheers and i j laughter and after Only �?T0 minutes i debate the lower huns of the Mississippi legislature rejected the Federal j amendment providing suffrage for j women 116 to 25. Furnace blast sets Block afire a a j in run n. Ii. A fire Early today j damaged the commercial hotel u do Par Tine it store and milliners re orc j and threatened adjoining buildings. The Blaze originated from an expo j j Aion of a Furnace in the deportment i i Blore. Firemen were still battling the j i lire shortly before noon. Freighter is caught in j Chicago the freighter Nett of j Chicago. Milwaukee and Racine line a ice bound eight Miles out of Chi i Cag Harbor today. The Illinois of the Northern Michigan transportation company after a 4h Bour tart tie with Tho ice approached within four Miles of the Harbor today. The no it is caught coast guard officers said in the same eight foot ice Jam which first stopped the Illinois. By l. C. Martin it a Khz i no ton re pub lean san Vav him attending the by parti Nan in ii it ont n tit i n a i in Ridge s offices today appealed to mild reservation lists to refrain from throwing the treaty fight once More into the open Senate. Senators Midge and new made tile Appeal. They told senator Mcnary and other mild preservationists than much or tigress actually had been made towards a Compromise and that nothing could by done which would Render further efforts useless. Not impressed Mcnary was not greatly impressed with the report of Progress and informed and a w that unix it they show better results soon he and his group will re open the debate in the Senate new today said the la it de group is trying to a Are arranged the Lodge reservations so an agreement would be possible. Democratic senators of the bipartisan group at a meeting today drafted new proposals on article to and the i Lenroot voting Power reservation to be presented to the republicans late today. Republican senators attending the conference today the Public in getting a wrong impression of the discussion. A lot of false information is being disseminated Quot said senator new Indiana. He was reminded that the conferees themselves arc responsible for erroneous impressions going out since they have pledged themselves to secrecy concerning their deliberations. Good Faith shown Quot i want to replied new a that there never was a More whole hearted Good Faith Effort to Achley a Compromise than the Republican conferee Are making we have conceded and yielded time after Tim t it of course there Are some Points on which we cannot give in Lenroot another member of the conference was asked for a statement indicating the status of negotiation. Which would give the Public a True idea concerning the possibility of a Compromise i done to know what is going to happen a Lenroot said. I wish i did. Everything depends on the attitude of the i democrats a a y sex Kaiser suffers stroke Paris travellers arriving Hare a rom a Mere a n reported the former Kaiser suffered a stroke of paralysis while walking in the Garden at Hie Home on the estate of count Bentinck Amerongen Holland. Sunday. They said rumours of his death had been circulated in Holland the United press was not Abl to confirm the report from any source. Dammit is dead College weeps Abilene. Simmon College dismissed classes Imlay for the funeral of a Al commit a the school s White Bull dog Mascot. A Marble Heo late erected our the grave carried the Elf staph Hammit or s Deal Quot taxi Drivers go on Zero strike it. Fall More than of Roplo a a of the hair tallow fab company called a Eold weather strike to Lay they captured the company s offices for strike with the thermometer below Zero. Drivers refused to run cabs without Side curtains they want the company to buy All the gasoline instead of half of it. As under the pre acut agreement. Find Stapleton guilty 2 counts Mileaf Kkt Stanley Stapleton was found guilty today of the most serious of three statutory charges involving two Young women and alleged by the state to have been committed during an automobile ride july 19. The penalty for the crime under the Eta. Ute a from one to 30 years in prison Stapleton also was convicted of abduction. The Mildest of the three counts. State journal opening set for saturday orm Al opening of the re a modelled Home of the Yvis Contin state journal Bioty and Carroll streets will take place saturday from 3 to 9 p. In. The Public is invited to visit the state journal anti inspect the building and equipment. The composing room the Prev room the stereotyping department arc to the average outsider a More or less of a mystery. Visitors on opening Day will be shown through All departments by guides capable of explaining How the newspaper is made. The state journal is now printed on one of the world s largest newspaper presses. It is a 41 Page goes with a maximum Speed of 72,f00 papers an hour the press will be in operation during the hours set for the opening Lafollette Here sees politicians senator and son Bob come to Madison o n business Beck Dithmar and Blaine Are among his callers senior Solon who is Here on business refuse action on Navy probe Senate against employment of counsel by sub com Mittee censure denied Washington by a tie vote 31 to 31, the Senate today refused to take up the Resolution authorizing the Hale sub committee to employ counsel in the invest ration of the Navy department brought about by Admiral Sims charges. Senator Horah Republican voted with the due Morats against the motion which otherwise would have i Arn. The Senate 33 to 30, also declined to take up senator Walsh Reno i it Ion censuring Admiral Sims for making the disclosure before the Hale subcommittee. Doubts girl held in South heiress a a he of if miss Jan Addams said today she doubted a girl held in Atlanta is Jeanne de Ray missing her is. A description of the girl tallied on slightly with that of miss deny she said. The girl at Atlanta was arrested for a it iring male attire action on medic course put off in finite action on a four year medical course at the University a put Over until Nett week by the Board of regents in session Here j Ester due the matter was up for discussion among other matters in connection with the budget materialization of la project is Only is question of funds according to reports of sentiment among Board members the regents adjourned until tuesday and wednes. Day of next week. Promotion of Wood opposed Washington promotion by con a Gross of major general i Onward Wood to the Rusk of lieutenant be enl As proposed in a Bill introduced by rep j liver. Missouri was opposed by Sec i rotary Raker today in a letter to chair j Man Kahn of the House military Coin 1 Putter. The secret Battle tin biggest i Rue Story of the world War will Start in the Wisconsin state journal sunday Jan. 2.1. Major c. L. Russell former Chicago new spa Permute who nerved us Provost marshal of the 2nd la. H. Army in France is the author a the rec re t rattle is the Story of How two american officers join the German Quot Council of five Quot in Spain enter Germany by a boat from san Sebastian to Kiel and secure the plans of Hindenburg for the last drive Onjo arut after the French and British spy systems had de. Dared it was impossible to obtain them. Von ii ind Burg and the German High command Are Beverly deceive by the pretended deserters on a thrilling adventure that leads to the of the Boche my the signing of the armistice. For the first time to told Tbs Story of the two mysterious prisoner sent from France to the military intelligence Blaff at Washington last july. Watch for Quot the secret rattle Quot in next sundays the Wisconsin state journal. United states senator Robert m la Follette is Home a it com Fain led by his son Robert i Follette. Or. The senior Solon arrived in Madison last night. He is a guest at the Home of his brother in Law supreme court Justice r. G. Siebecker e. Gilman Street. Senator lot Follette came to Madison on business in connection with Hie farm at Maple Bluff and the publication of his Magazine. This Momtag he was at his desk in the i i Follett and Rogers Law office in the Bank of Wisconsin building. It was evident that the coming of the Sina Tor was not i Complete Surprise to his friends. During the morning j. I. Beck. Viroqua. Lieut. Gov. K k. Dithmar and attorney general j. J i Blaine All mentioned for the Job of j carrying Tho la Follette Banner in the next gubernatorial contest called at the office. Candidates for the National Republican convention will he discussed during the senator s stay. Senator isl Follette will remain in Madison for several Days. A it am feeling in Good said the senator. Quot i was confined to the House for a time with a Eold but i am greatly Robert i a Follette j re a who for two years wits seriously ill is now regaining his health. Ile is serving As one of Ilia father s secretaries. Amendments to dry Law urged w Ashington amendments to the volstead prohibition enforcement Law to allow the Sale of Beer with 3 per ent of alcohol Tinct wine with nine Lier cent were proposed today by rep. Rabat Illinois. The present Law fixes the maximum alcoholic Content at one half of one j per cent. Another amendment Hub alb j propose increases the amount of j liquor physicians May subscribe from j a pint every to Days to a quart every la Days. I under recent decisions of the in preme court Congress Baa the Power to decide the Quantity of alcohol that makes the beverage intoxicating under the prohibition Law. Therefore wets argue the enforcement act can to amended to legalize almost any Quantity of alcohol. Troops put Stop to race rioting Dimah Ark. Race rioting at Burns Mills was believed under con Trot following the arrival Early today i of Federal troops from Vamp Bike i Ark. The troops went to the scene of rioting. Where enraged Blacks overpowered three Deputy sheriffs and took from them Duck Hays a negro w Hom they arrested on it barges of stealing a mule. Several shots were fired. No further disorder was reported Early today sheriff George Lacey believed the troops hid the situation in i Complete control. Dissension in Albany rulings Albany n. Y. The second can of i dissension Over rulings of chairman Martin in til judiciary committee i hearing into the members hip q a Lii j cations of the five suspended socialist i i assemblymen occurred this afternoon both William Evans and Mauric i Bloch. A Rel is of the com in Lite Dis settled from die chairs Access Ion to the motion of the prosecution thai a number of witnesses i introduced wholesale their socialist records i marked Quot for identification and placed i in the Cust a of the committee a flu Quot in Check no new cases i americans in Siberia Are killed five cossacks of sem nofts Force slain in attack on 38 Yankees latter take prisoners Robert m. La Follette 300 teachers at meet of normals Philipp opens first state conference Here with Welcome address gov. E. I. Philipp gave the welcoming address this afternoon opening the first conference of the Normal reboot teachers association. More than too teachers superintendents Pend Denit of boards and visiting educator were pres Oak. The three Day conference will take place in the Capitol. General meet tags have been arranged for tonight tomorrow morning and evening in the Assembly Cli am Lur. The other session will be divided into sectional meetings in hogfish mathematics social science Library work geography Dean of women a work manual arts music president s work Art. Kindergarten physical science physical Edu cation psychology and education training school work and the officers work. Several Well known teachers and instructors will deliver addresses during the conference. Or. Vav. C. Bagley Columbia University p. I. Flax-1 ton in United states commission of education and h. A Fitzpatrick Wisconsin state Board of education Are scheduled to talk f. I. Fare stat superintendent of Public instruction will discuss the a Normal school while the conference is a gathering of Normal school teachers under auspices of their own organization to diet Juss educational problems it is understood that the much mooted question of teachers salaries is coming in fur serious consideration. Fail to Transfer ship passengers new Youk a w ireless Moorage from Bapt. A. D. Randall of the disabled transport Powhatan received by Fol j. S Mitchell zone and transport officer of the port of embarkation Here said everything was a aft. K the message added that the Powhatan was making three knots an hour for Halifax towed by the lady Iglus ruler. A wireless from the ii Stroyer 0 uary standing by til Powhatan. Said two of Mats were lowered by the Powhatan in in Effort to Transfer passengers. One of the lifeboats crashed against the Side and the occupants spilled into the Sesi they were picked up by la o Jueary. Senator flays la Vish spending t ingress was i appropriations by i n i re Publ i i on the Bill. I it of claim to i i at a a p. In. T Day no new cases of influenza had been reported to the to ird of health. Indications a that i the threatened epidemic of influenza i will to held in Check with immediate j i quarantine of Home where the . J tis reported and with the co operation i of the Public the number of sufferers with colds and Lang up continues High the j rough estimate being 500 in the City let Octor have declared the to hat Ever it is a epidemic tata contagion and despite the fact that they hat not declared it a mild form of infill Enza. Urge Ere test precaution. A Ash no ton scored for or Birn senator or cuts can. Today during to authorise Impi wooden ship build trite doctored that while Congress is Busy saving a few thousand of do i ors it it re tic involving millions and even billions go through. A there should i no Extension of government aet Vitu until our sex Lien s Are within our income a he said statement on . Loans asked Washington two u. S. Soldiers were killed and one seriously wounded in a fight i hot sem nofts cossacks at to Solosky Siberia. Jan. To Secretary Baker was advised today. According to a cablegram to Rake from general Graves commander of the United states forces in Siberia the Crew of an american Arm or of car clashed with the Crew of one of Temenoff a armoured cars. Five were killed and Ond injured. The americans captured on of the generals six officers and 48 men. The dispatch to Baker said that Fofi an unknown Canon the russians with the armoured car attacked the americans of whom them were 38. After Hie fight the americans took prisoner the russian survivor who outnumbered them. The prisoners the dispatch said Are being held lie the americans. General Graves reported he believed the matter would be peacefully a cd busted with Temenoff. He said that Temenoff Coe 11 not have been responsible for the attack. Semenoff since the defeat of Kolchak. Has been the commander of All russian forces in Siberia. Carranza backed revolt plan fall Han Antoniotte Cammas government backed morally and with arms and ammunition the plan to Start a revolt among negroes in the frilled stat and form an Independent Republic with tile states of Texas. New Mexico. Arizona. Colorado and California senator fall chairman of la Senate sub committee investigating the mexican situation charged today. This schema known As the a plan of san Diego Quot was backed by president Carranza Fin. Pablo Gonzalez minister of foreign relations Aguilar. Gen Harrygan chief of staff Fau Saki. A witness will tie ailed. Fall said to prove these statements which a read into the record of the sub committee today. Chicago reports fewer flu cases in of Catkin a slight decrease in the number of a w Infix Cnota cases was reported by health authorities during the 24 hours Riding Early today. Thera were 2, Mhz new cases compared Attr 2 0ti the prey j us Day. Hixt one influenza deaths were reported. The farther the epidemic goes the More definitely its mild character in proved. Health commissioner i cohort son hits St. Paul St. Pall a special meeting of the City Council Lias been called for tonight to in a be preparations to fight influenza. According to doctors Rel it rth there a it 92 rates in this Eilf and to outside the City in the county. Tho attacks according to reports a mild. Aerial funeral dying request Han i Osk Cal. A Charles j. A Brame dying request a funeral in the Clouds was to in fulfilled Lute today when an air plane carrying to body will leave Here for Oak Hill cemetery followed by flying machine carrying Mour be re. All san jus was ready to watch the unique procession in the air. Planes from Redwood City and Sun Francisco will be in the cortege piloting the Hearse will be former Lieut. J. J. Johnson who employed a Bromes As a Mechanic. Woman jury in robbery trial ugh Angl is twelve women composed the jury which was my inc in the Case of Irmald of Groney. A cum a of attempting to Rob t Bank at Hunch Cal clan y s def i. I i Alibi. The Washington the and Means Orn Mitte to Coli Upo for a Empl Loans Mode of fore actin rotary an additional House ways i today decided i Treasury do part it i in statement of ail the to for Ign governments it on the request of a e and Herbert Hoover for authorization of la gel. Iofi too to rope. Feed starving Geo pm in k i weather partly Cloudy and continued cold to night and Friday. Light northerly winds
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