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Madison Wisconsin State Journal (Newspaper) - June 4, 1920, Madison, Wisconsin
Badger Wear he partly Cloudy tonight and saturday. Not much change in temperature. Light variable winds. We sea in journal City edition eighteen pages y of. 135, no. 64. 81st , wis., Friday afternoon june 4, 1920. Price three Cen Slowden. Wood delegates seated Philipp kills Severson Bill Southern Law body to wind up meet today National head of mothers at meeting Here governor will use present funds to meet educational pay boosts 20-s also sent to death a. I. Philipp today font w the Everson sur tax Bill. Pro Vidins funds to meet increases granted University and Normal educators. To its death. The executive will Call a meeting of the emergency Board in the rear future to vote Money now in general Star a funds to meet the pay boosts it is said. The governor also killed no. 20�?8, i appropriating $6.non Fop a count training school. The governor s message vetoing the verson by a age was son Ltd by the a legislature this afternoon Tho it Ever Eon Hill a t the Only piece of legis lat Lon Enactor by the special session that failed to receive the signature of a the executive Quot the Bill proposes to calf Taliah a new policy in taxation in \ the state of Wisconsin by placing a special tax upon the income tax payers for a specific purple Goy. Philipp informed the legislature. Cary urges firm Union of mothers quiz witnesses on fatal crash Drivers of cars that figured in death of coed to take stand today opposition to Johnson As journal artist sees a Keynoter f t groups Are untangled More definite organization and aim necessary to accomplish ends welfare Congress told Frederic Schoff equity a a rebels propose to Bolt will adjourn today with Only a handful of member in either House no attempt will to mole i to carry the Bill Over the veto. Final adjournment of Tho special session is expected late today. Tho governor s message follows Quot to return herewith kill no 2, k. Without my approval. Quot in my Call for a special session i a aked for amendments to sections l0.3 and 29.11 of the statutes Nereas ing the Mil lax for the support of the Normal schools and the University. Quot in my message to you i explained at length the it i Emerus of these a Salt unions cause by the Large Ini creased attendance the necessity for a additional lint emotional Force the Public advantage in establishing a four i year medical course and the const mention of a Hospital in connection a a herewith and the. Advance in salaries Tuatara demanded by the teachers in the a Natl Tutins Quot this Bill instead of following the recommendations that i made of you for in increased Mill tax proposes to raise the Aura required which is up proximately $1,600,000 for the year 1921. By levying a surtax upon the income tax payers of the state. Meet today to consider Transfer to United far mers of America that the a a rebel meeting of equity a n in Madison today upon Call of j. Weller Lorig was an attempt a to hand Over the Wisconsin equity Union to the United Farmers of America Quot was charged by directors of the Wisconsin Union. A letter signed by j. Weber in gang and addressed to Christ Krubsack of county asking him to attend this meeting contained the following sentence Quot the proposition transferring the membership who Are dissatisfied with present conditions under the equity Nanu to that of the United Farmers of America we by assemblyman c. B. Ballard a non partisan % miser a Henry Thiel of out Agamie county was chosen chairman. The afternoon session attended by about 20 men. Cider Legal but not Home brew saturdays program saturday 9 a. revision of by Laws and report of committee by chairman or. Jessie a. Russell 10 30, round table departments of education prof. M. V. O Shea presiding Home education division loan papers on child nurture Mother circles Home and school gardens Parent a teachers association Thrift americanization children a books. Reports and Dia Cushion. Address mrs. Ben Hooper Oshkosh league of women voters. 1 45 p. to University by automobile 2 45. Address by president e. A. Birge of the University of Wisconsin 3 15, automobile ride 4 30, recept on on Lawn of residence of prof. And mrs. M. V. O Shea 140 Langdon Street. 7 30 p. address e. C. Lewis director savings division u. S. Treasury address 9 p. Rn., p. P. Claxton u. S. Commissioner of education Washington d. C. Fit joke of a constructive a turn . The organisation might heroin More efficient and might morn Casily accomplish its Aims and Nils waa made by c. P. Cary stale superintendent of Public instruction in an address before the owning meeting of the 24th annual conference tit the National Congress of mothers and Parent teach a is associations last night in Tho Assembly chamber of the Capitol. Quot i feel your organization with a Quarter million of people scattered Over the United states is a great influence for Good but you Are too loosely organized to get the Best re-1 suits Quot declared supt. Cary. Quot if you i want the Legislatures to pass the things you desire Vou i have to get a firmer j organisation. You la have to go after definite things in a very definite Way. I i strict attorney roman Heilman Coroner w e. Campbell quizzed several wit Nesses today to fix the blame for the death of miss Amanda Hanson coed who was killed in a collision on monday afternoon. After conflicting teat into by failed to produce satisfactory evidence the District attorney advised the jury to revisit the place of the Accident and to review damaged cars the inquest was adjourned until 2 p. In. Further witnesses were failed on the stand this afternoon. It is expected that frill Gratz who claims to have noted the Speed of the colliding automobiles will take the stand. Miss w. K. Barry and James Barry will also tie called to testify. Describes injuries in Joseph i it Ean testified this morning that miss Hanson s death a caused by severe Skull fractures on the right Side of the head. Joseph rank 214 North Broom Street a janitor at the state Capitol who was on his front porch when the a Trident of erred claimed that the two cars met in the Center of the Road. A the car driven by Cali Star Hilgers came South on North Broom Street he said. It was hit by the car driven by Robert Weaver which earned three occupants in the Bai k seat. The Overland driven by Weaver struck the Hudson in the rear end and. After interlocking smash is i into a Telephone pole. He claimed that he saw one girl thrown to fent from the car. Differ on Speed Clifford Campbell 1706 Madison Street a student was also unable to testify to the opes is of the cars when they came together. John m. Rice 225 we it i it Ayton Street claimed that the Hudson car was going to Milf an hour. Another witness claimed prior to this that it had gone 20 Miles per hour. Kakiou. Louisville. Kyd a also took the stand. The Drivers of the two rare will probably testify this afternoon. The jury consists of Dean s. H. Goodnight a c. Netherwood a. P. Felton Tabula Geffert a. R. Rent Ley and o. A. Sherman. Mrs. Of Dell gets heavy sentence developing Wood and Lowden forces if Defeated will Combine to beat californian is latest belief sets new policy Quot this Bip proposes to establish a new policy in taxation in the state of Wisconsin by placing a i a Cial tax upon the income tax layers for a Spe Nolc purpose. Former legislature pro Feder Al commissioner gets ruling hints of arrests in Madison turn to Page la. Column i missing boy is with Quot grandpa Mai Avau Kriv Albert Hundhauser. Hought to have been kidnapped who Ras the object of a three Day search by Milwaukee police was Safe at a he Tome of his grandparents at Lake Dills today. The boy said he left the ram of his parents because of til re Alment at the hands of his step Ather. Receiver for inter vib an co. The Wisconsin interurban railway system dispute a revive in it. To i strict court today. The City flied a petition to have the franchise revoked and a receiver was appointed by j judge Geiger tile City will sue the company in i Federal court to have the tracks ties and wires removed from fast wok ? in ton Avenue when judge Sanborn returns from sen York the Esse this morning was the suit of the Northern Timber products com Pany against the Central Wisconsin i oust auction company for an old debt for railway ties. Hard cider is the lost remaining solaris pm a knitted Tho convivial by inclined. Of you brew the pleasant Beer or ferment tee tasteful wine in the Kitchen Laboratory you violate the Law As much As when you distil the wicked Quot Moonshine Quot in the secrecy of the attic chamber. Disturbed by a widely circulated report recently Given credence in All parts of the country j. A. Simpson a Hief Federal prohibition agent of the Western District of Wisconsin with of laces in this City asked Washington for a ruling. A wire received today i replied that the eighteenth amendment prohibits Home brew and Home made wines. The department is preparing to take Active and widespread measure against those who violate the National prohibition Laws by manufacturing Beer and minor. Simpson said. He hinted that Many arrests will be made in Madison end i Kine county at an Early Date. Tile manufacture of Sweet cider however is not a violation of Tho Law rider ii Corm a hard through a natural process without the Aid or encouragement of Man. Hence according to or. Simpson cider is Legal though ii is hard but must not tie transported a in of the Beautiful things about women Are their sentiments they i Are delightful but have Little to do i with putting measures through a leg-1 i lature Little to do with the problem of schools Little to do with the problems of the teacher and Little to do with securing the proper teachers and other proper things for the schools. I Hope you will organize yourselves More tightly. I lie live you can do More by giving thought to the precise and Deal Nice organization and definite notion of what you wish to tells state work Kulp Cary spoke of the work of the i Are it teacher s organizations in Wisconsin. He told of the 16 people connected with the state Board of education who trave the Sta a doing everything possible to improve child life not Only educationally but in a recreational physical and Oil other ways. He Tolu of the backing the depart ment win giving Parent teachers Organ i pm ions and that although Many of the organizations in the state Are not affiliated with the National organization. The health work pertaining especially to child welfare phases As worked out by the various Parent teachers associations during the past year wan dwelt upon. The desire of the department of duration and the women particularly interested in the work of the organizations to carry out a Fuller program of work during the next year. Which would include providing not Only for Rochester. N. verdict of guilty of murder in the second degree was returned against Pearl o Dell in the supreme court Here at Midnight. Sentence of from 20 year to life imprisonment in Auburn prison was pronounced by judge Robert m. Thompson. Of Dell convicted of murder in the first degree is awaiting execution in sing sing. Undersea re tary Polk resigns Walkington undersecretary of state Hyanlin i Polk has tendered hts resignation to ites ident Wilson and the president has accepted in i was announced at the Whit House today. Ilk s Rea Ignatins came a no Surprise. It has been known for Nome Tim that he wished to resign because of poor health and financial conditions his resignation is effective june 15. Quot the Argo Mon of necessity on account of you health in the matter of your retirement is one which i am stopped from answering or combating a president Wilson s letter to Polk stated. Quot i feel that i have in conscience and warm Friendship no Choice but of accept your resignation though i do so with the utmost by Don e. Chamberlain Quot to Hig ago it wits the Field against senator Johnson in the re pub than pre convention presided Ial race today. The californian coming into the Arena at a time when the Lioom of his lending opponent were Drifting somewhat unsteadily for the moment gave him at least a psychological advantage in the Headquarters of Gen. Wood and gov. In tween there was a distinct tendency to begin a counterattack on the senator. Lowden who has Lawn much More under the weather than had been generally supposed will inaugurate conferences with newspaper men councils of War with his advisers and delegates within the next five Days. General Wood is understood to be planning to get out a newspaper daily in his ii half. Hoover May hold aloof announcement a made that congressman William Rodenberg of Illinois will nominate in when. At Hoover a headquarter it was stated he might not be nominated at the outset but his friends would hold off their moves until a deadlock was reached very Fiody is watching Johnson move. He will soon i a joined by virtually All of those in the United stat Senate who bark his stand on the ague of nest tone these he will have conduct the fighting before the Resolution committee Ami he will not go personally he Ore the committee unless he deems it necessary. Just How far the Money probe at Washington has reacted against the two leading candidates Wood and Lawdon will not a determined for several Days when the Del Gates from the different states begin to arrive in Large numbers. At Lowden Headquarters every Confidence we expressed today that the storm had been terminated with the governors Sla Terne tit repudiating the Missouri delegates win received Money. Fred h. Sterling one of Lowden Campaign directors said today hat Quot if Lowden cannot win the nomination squarely he does not want in he has demonstrated this in i action laying All of his cards face up in the Laid at see Long balloting out of the confused situation it seemed certain that the nomination will come Only after a record number of ballots. In the past the Republican nominee usually has been named on the first ballot. In Isis it required three ballots before Hughes received a sufficient number of win. This year few predict there will be a material break before the third ballot and then the final swing they think will not come for some ballots later. Talk of Quot dark horse a a has grown with the coming of Johnson Many political leaders believe that if Johnson succeeds in eliminating Wood and Lowden the forces of these candidates will turn against the californian and demand some other Man. South Carolina and Mississippi members Given o. K. Lie passed in committee hearing _ 4 sat Chicago senator Lodge of. Massachusetts will deliver the keynote address at the opening of the Republican National convention next week. Here a Satterfield impression of the be whiskered senator in a few lines. 2 appropriation measures left deficiency and District of Columbia Bills must be passed before to. Journ ment bulletin Washington the Banat today accepted the conference report on the merchant Marine Bill 45 to 14. The Bill outline for the United states shipping Board a general policy for gals of War built ship to private american interests in so fares it is possible in the Board opinion to find american purchasers. Washington Cong re today still ha<1 two appropriation Bills on which action is necessary before it a adjourn tomorrow afternoon. Unions these Bills Are acted upon before adjournment ites ident Wilson May Call an extra session. In inform ing Congress yesterday that he would interpose no objection to adjournment at this time he stipulated that All appropriation Bills must be Paa Aari. The two appropriation Bills Are the urgent deficiency Bill Aud the District of Columbia Bill. The conference report i to come up for adoption in both House and Senate today. The urgent deficiency Bill which has ten passed by the House must now be acted upon by the Senate. Reds offer Turk Aid is report Carik the bolshevik have offered to give the Mussulman material Aid against the allies to renounce All claims Russia might have for posses Sion of constantinople and to protect Persia from domination by bog land according to information today from the French foreign office. The soviet government also was reported to have offered to assist in fomenting a revolution against British Rule in India. By Harold d. Jacobs hic ago eleven delegates Sun j Chi Ned to he Lowden supporters were Given seats in the Republican National convention when the National convention committee decided in favour of the Quot Elul Are delegation pm Rev South Carolina the Ken the Carolina hearing dealt largely with charges that attempt were made by outsiders to disrupt the regular organization and shod their own choices to Chicago previously the committee seated the regular i Sippi delegation comprising eight member Smth delegations involved were reputed Wood supporters. Claim outsiders attend the regular South Carolina delegation was headed by Joseph w. Tole he of. Its attorneys asserted three outsider. Notional commit iceman Georgw w Pean. Florida kidney Beaver of Washington p. A. And Charles Hammer of Virginia attended the stat convention and various District a Eon vent tons in an Effort to a a fake in tests. Beaver was named by Tolbert s counsel As Quot a Hitchcock lieutenant. The contesting delegates were rep ated Wood supporters. Charge that Effort were. Made to tamper with convention Rovi were made Alan. Brings laugh asked Why they had into rest re themselves in sooth Carolina affaire Beaver and Hammer said they we re attorneys Tor Conte ants and that the other factions had done the Aam thing. The first Sta Dement brought a laugh and the second a flatly denied. J. R. In a a negro preacher Delegate from the seventh District presented i own ca., Lff maid he was outvoted in the District convention hut declared eight of the vote against him illegal. Quot who heated the eight illegal voters he was ask Quot i he replied a but i did t know How they were going to the Wood organization a counted it a Hilling 396 votes on the first Bai lot the Lowden people 2s0 and the Johnson us a modest 254. This Survey Wka made before the cont get hear new began. It was apparent however that with the present strength granted them by Many political observers none of them could Hope to poll anything like the foregoing figure on the initial ballot even should Wood or of Iowa Den make a clean sweep of the remaining contests. Political Manu evening contest delusions Quot outside influences Quot and just Plain Quot Trad a a Quot cause such hourly fluctuations in lha situation even the political observers closest within Tho on fid Rich of the practical politician a Annot acquaint themselves fully with the a hanging conditions. Prexy does no to like Joy cubes Palmer attacks judge Anderson prepare Sena Tor for opera Tion Chicago crap shooting is not listed in the curriculum of Northwestern University Dean it. C. Flick Inger of the College of lit it eral arts said today in explaining his threat to banish five students. Paul in magi freshman from it. Joseph to left lha is Hoot Lai t night Dean flu Kinger admitted. Four others alleged to have been teasing the galloping dominoes a will be expelled Dean Flukinger said. Sued i turn of Page 9. Column in pinned Benea the tra in kills four labourers tractor Dies incorporate u. W. I masonic club Church women enter politics a significant move on the part of Church women was made yesterday at the meeting of the woman auxiliary to the Madison Baptist association. These women about tit in All including representatives from Reedsburg. Baraboo Iradi. Richland Center Ash Ridge Stoughton. Verona and Madison voted to join As an auxiliary organisation the Wisconsin league of women voter. The speaker of the afternoon meeting was miss Alice Brinson of Chicago and miss Helen Hudson also spoke c a Boyd of Milwaukee state director of Young people s work for baptists addressed the Young people of the Church who met for a banquet to the Church at 4.33 last neg he i tile Square tub compost d of masonic students at the University in i corporate yesterday with the Secretary of state i a Corpora ors Are k. A. Ragman. K. N. Carpenter and ru-1 pert h. Rasmussen j other incorporation were. J Liberty Prairie Canning co. Picketts $125,900 big Bend mercantile co., big Bend. $10,090 Darlington Dairy products co Darlington. $7.one Rusk county Wood pooling Asa Ocia a Don. Bruce $.�0 the it Quot Lunic Ashland non Stock Calumet county Guernsey i breeders association Stilton non i Stock. La Cro mkt Walter horus 24. Is dead Here today As the Rouit of being pinned under a Small tractor that reared and toppled Over on him. A. A. K troeder a former local Engineer is dying in r Rochester Hospital As the result of injuries received when his automobile threw a wheel and turned Over White he was on his Way to it. Paul. Train kills two Keno Cha Charles Fritz and a. Galten Onk Are dead Here today of injuries received when the truck on which they were Riding was struck by a fast moving train. The two were thrown against the train and died on Way to a Hospital. Akron o. Four men were killed i and 29 injured several fatally when j an Urie passenger train crashed into j a truckload of labourers near Here to i Day. The a treat of Alvin Wassie Gateman at the Grade a Rossing was j ordered. Bowton a in u statement through the department of Justice Bureau Here. Attorney general Palmer attacked judge George w. Anderson of the United states court for his attitude in the recent trials of alleged communists. Quot his judge Anderwon is statements to the effect that the government owns and Chi rates some parts of the communist party Are without foundation in any manner shape or form so far As they May re Fer to the department of Justice a palmers statement said. Rock ter mini. United Sla a i senator Robert m. Lafollette was taking treatments Here to it my in preparatory to an operation scheduled for next j monday when surgeons will remove Hie Gall Sac. Hospital attendants said he Quot was being built up Quot to withstand j the Shock of the operation. Suffrage turns to Vermont vote super visors Pla n meet in August two warships off Irish coast Hungary signs treaty of peace Paris the hungarian do gation today signed the treaty of peace with the allies. Ambassador Wallace signed the Eaty for the United states. Rabbi Given prison term French flyer in new record girl identifies her assailant i on Don that a. Battleships Warspite i and valiant this morning were off the j Irish coast with 1,000 Royal marines on Board it was expected the troops would he landed today when the battleship would return immediately to Devonport and a Burk on a second i trip to Ireland with 1.000 soldiers. The Irish situation was comparative i by quiet last night. Lloyd George in a conference with a deputation of officials of the a i tonal Union of railway men warned that the government would not Taler j ate the embargo on munitions. The county Board will meet tonight j to continue work and prepare for a special session in August. Tonight s meeting May not Complete the work j being considered. A committee of five a appointed i last night to investigate with the View of purchasing a building to House county machinery. The a Ommittee consists of Simon Farness Frank j Houser Albert Asleson Eugene Barry i arid a. A. Linn. It was voted to secure additional electrical Tower for the county farm arid Asylum from the Prairie do Sac plan. The Board tabled a Resolution to pay a four cent Bounty on blackbirds. Washington suffragists will turn the a attention to Vermont in hop that the legislature there will ratify the Susan b. Anthony a mend men Mia Emma Wold Secretary of the National woman party a hid today. Quot we received wort today from Baton Rouge thai makes it seem doubtful of a Victory in la Gnu i i she said. Quot so we Are now baking our Hopes on arrest two on Kidnap charge new Vork rabbi Jacob Rabo Witz. F>6 years old was sentenced to serve from six months to three years n the for the a iced i Selling of Wood alcohol. Papajik b. Bernard French aviator established a new world s record for an endurance flight when he landed today afer having been up for 24 hours i minute and 7 seconds in continuous flight. K in duh a a. Michael Tismis a foreigner is under arrest Here today charged having attacked 17-year-old Margaret re while the Quot girl War picking Flowers on Jacobs Island near Here. It a Terdy. The girl was said to have identified Siamis. Has both arms broken Darlington Leo i Donald 17 years old and president of the graduating class of Darlington High school is convinced that accidents do not come singly. A week ago his left Arm was broken while >�1� vaulting. Thursday while cranking a car his right one air of was fractured. Girl in denial of indecency phi1.adelphia the first arrest connection with the kidnapping of the 13 month old son of or and mrs. George h. Coughlin of Norristown was made today by i no Ite detective or. Catherine Dundon. Who worked As a servant for the Coughlin was taken to the Norristown jail and held on suspicion. James Malone 27. Lauy was taken into custody and will by questioned. Extry Snow is falling on Mars v to n re Man of paint of District attorney. Cambrai be Mas the first Snow Heilman. Miss Krona Rosen j of autumn is falling at Sld is a Tith Bank a arraigned in Superior court today on the charge of lewd conduct. Judge a c. Hoppmann released her on a $399 Bond after she pleaded not guilty the Case a continued to june i. Planet mar according o a Telegram from Drof. William h. Pickering who is stationed at the Mandeville Observatory in Jamaica. Did is in Tea Wyrtis major Region of Mars. Quot a
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