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Madison Wisconsin State Journal (Newspaper) - June 8, 1920, Madison, Wisconsin
Badger weather probably local Thunder showers tonight or wednesday. Light variable winds. Vol. 135, no. 68. 81�t , wis., tuesday afternoon june 8, 1920. Price three cent Lodge flays administration avoid split Over Power Iii q t d a m of c Chicago following is 111 i Quot i Llull Llo opening session of the keynote speech of sen. Henry Lodge mothers decide to work As whole Headquarters question raises state National Issue following a Long braid discus ton concerning ownership of the National Headquarters building in Wuoah Egton la. Cd a by the National of mothers and Parent teacher associations a motion was adopted by the conference Here today providing for a committee to submit a plan to the state a to the Way in which the organization might own the National Headquarters the matter involved the question whether the state organization or the National organisation were supreme in Power and the Delegate were divided in opinion. A second motion made doubly sure that the first motion a not meant to separate state and National organizations but that both should work a a whole. Greetings were read from Herbert Hoover. Quot if we could systematically grapple with the whole child problem in the United states a seed the message Quot if we could insist on the proper conditions of birth upon proper safeguarding of the general health of the child and upon proper education we could then say with cont Dence that the whole problem of Amor ionization would be. Met in 20 years by its Complete accomplishment that our Public health and efficiency would be enormously improved that Tho sanity moral and stability of the whole population would be advanced beyond anything that any natio has yet aspired to. Quot we Hava amply demonstrated in this country that if this sort of thong 1 to to accomplished it must be developed out of Tho cons Covieo of even1 s separate urges humane education the keynote speech delivered today at the the Republican National convention Here by senator Henry Cabot Lodge of Massachusetts temporary chairman. We Are met Here to take the first the most decisive step in the political Campaign which is to determine the party control of this great government for the next four years. It is a solemn moment fraught with vast possibilities of either Good or evil. Well Worth our while it is just Here a upon this Hank and Shoal of time to pause for and instant while we glance swiftly upon the scene in which we Are to fight our Battle. Behind us lies the greatest War of history now for the most part fallen silent together with All the hideous advances of science in methods of taking human life which battened upon it halted and quiescent. The tempest has subsided but the Ocean still heaves and Rolls with cresting Waves while the dead seas of the storm which has passed crash sullenly against the shores that shelter and sustain the vast fabric which we Are wont to Call our civilization. Gross Heads resolutions committee Milwaukee an chosen by Badger delegation after Thompson withdraws to preserve Harmony caucus quiet by e. R. Moak state journal Headquarters 254-366 auditorium hotel Chicago 111. N the intercut of Harmony and of political considerations relating to the november state Campaign we find ourselves gazing upon the problems and trials which the Friend of James Thompson of la huge convulsion has left to us and with which we must Cope and coi Ltd to withdrew i Nam from con j in. Aside ration for the Wisconsin Post on successfully if we Are to rebuild and again move Onward. I he ruined Fht on resolutions and the towns the broken industries the desolate farms Are there before our delegation squabble Over this internal eyes wherever the Battles were fought. Countless Little Mounds Mark �?~vi8.1.10, the resting places of the dead in the Fields and on the hillsides Tom and gashed by shot and Shell. Signals of mourning throughout Tho world Tell us of the irreparable losses of All nations which have swept away such an appalling portion of the youth of even land those in whom were garnered up the Hopes and strength of the future. The splendor of the achievement of our soldiers and sailors Theira a a ii i a the afternoon session of the delegation dauntless courage and a shrinking service will always remain one which waa not an open gathering of the proudest memories in the history of the Republic. But the a somewhat less harmonious. Dei dead return not and the Shadow of the great sorrow for those forever 1 refused to the gone will never he lifted from the hearts of the people who sent them that the rep a considerable Dis Forth to Battle. The material Side of War results is like the spiritual Cushion apparently were substantiated Ever with us. We feel in daily life the grinding pressure of the vast to the fact that the meeting occupied debts and heaped up taxes which have been piled upon our shoulders i �>e7 it that ? truants cd and upon those of posterity. Great empires have been swept from the mutely a it re pledged to secrecy. Earth ancient monarchies have crumbled in an hour and Long Stab a deny division listed governments have tottered fallen and passed away like a watch thsldectum1 in Toad off in the night. I Thompson for the position forecast a All these things stare us in the face Pierce our attention and a vision of the or Toilette Wing of the. I r. Awtar nth or , it Mill re Gross of Milwaukee who has been conducting a determined Campaign for the privilege of presenting the Wisconsin platform to the National convention. All a Harmony at the open caucus last night at which this decision was made Public but reports Are that rest our thoughts. But this is not All and what remains perhaps More a he senatorial that some other momentous than anything else makes incredibly difficult tile immense task which fact Lay behind the result were Ridi-lie8 before us one not to be escaped but which will Strain governments cud he member of the progressive a an interesting address a Given by i in i to lip top Quot a Thor la it it of a a the a Niakas Elf Quot it it Rah robing consideration is under mrs. Jennie r. Nichols chairman of living is to it survive. The wrecked towns the shattered forts the stood to have been simply a question the department of education for effaced villages the sinking ships were not the Only victims of the of political strategy in which that 7�?or other Thi Ogk the palpable of Tho mind a is Sam is amp a 2itst52 society of the Northwest. Mrs. Nich cd heart have in like fashion been wounded and crippled. In the Shock uppermost Thompson had Strong of said the recent War a stirred in of War through Long years of bitter conflict moral restraints were from the delegation although the hearts of multitudes of youth those i i a a. Ii ii he had no contest for the Post More or less dormant passions that kit sided mid All the i Ailts All the conventions All the customs of Conr parable to that of Gross who has a Trike at the Sanctity of Law and the life which More even than Law hold society together were swept aside been writing letters and attempting i Karl of human rights. By i one passion one purpose to save the country to save civilization. To pm delegates for weeks. How a a i 1 ��i�?�?o&Quot-1 _ a a Ever when it was pointed out that As to preserve Freedom Rose supreme. It could not be otherwise. I p of the committee on Rosoiu-1 there could be in that hour but one question asked of men and women Nous the Wisconsin member would by Are you Loyal to your country and her cause ready to work and Toifl re let to take positive stand on one or question or another the liquor Issue was mentioned Spect tidally it is said said lawlessness violence the spirit of indifference to and even hostility toward Many of the things we have most cherished in our american life a Ere never More in evidence than at present. Mrs. Nichols told in a few sacrifice and if need let a to die for tie to of that single demand was a us a Quot a n a a liquor word what humane education rightly answered nothing else mattered in those Days of stress and which might permit of a it nent to a it begins with the attempt to teach the child the right relation be should maintain toward those Howlier fellow creatures dependent upon Many a Protection and care a she said. A this is not in the interests of the animal chiefly but in he interests of the anguish. No one inquired further. Inject unwelcome into the we a so the War ended and Victory came the great adventure was Over i Cash Quot Vav of he latter and men and women came Hack to find the old ways Dull the old life Thompson supporter agreed to per tame the old restraints burdensome and they themselves possessed Mit la selection of Oro and the by a longing for excitement and a hunger for change unknown before j by the Tete Tuon v he la to sees the result Iii the restlessness which is everywhere in the Crosse Man to nominate i Mii Wau a there is no greater Agency to get Mere trifles of life in dress in amusements in pleasure seeking in the Rovai at Tho Fornai Ryou. Zzz slur 2un2l\r or a a a a a a Quot it i the expenditure and. What a in-1 John Blane 18 a quote j finitely More serious in the discontent with All forms of government opposition i is understood a the the delegation St the foiling which framed up. I i Alfred t. Roger had on educational helps in promotion of i Law and order organized society the possibilities of Progress and the of difficulty in being dated for re. Child welfare followed by a Short and chs co for happiness cannot Xiii Letlon As National committeeman thie state of mind born of the War teacher organizations a stated in. I i Quot cd for Money and the reek i Otis Otis of expenditure and what is ill-1 John j. Blain a selected without n in hoi. Finitely More serious in the discontent with All forms of government opposition i Charles a in it Wii on. Secretary of the or control and in the readiness and eagerness to destroy even the i chairman pc to i Tunda Nentl principle of a free end orderly without which a a Quot a a a Dreifu by i Jessie Burall of the National geographic society. C. Ward cramp Upton. Dean of the Normal school of physical education at Battle Creek. Mich also spoke. Favor physical training i Blessing to Mankind is the gravest obstacle in the Essen and restraint. The Complex prob. Jem cannot b a Mal work of restoring a shattered with in such a Way a to pre world and making the great Victory a serve the foundations of society and in order to sue enable us those once secured to and thus All the wrinkles were ironed. Out in private before the open caucus. A Era cannot be evaded and it must be i it ended by the women and other alternates and a number of Wisconsin visitors. Was held in the evening. Peace and Concord reigned in that gathering and the proceedings moved although the delegates Are ardently j need at All we must understand thin j Vance steadily never hurriedly but Al opposed to Universal compulsory Mill mental and moral condition we must i ways in order toward every Reform i with decorous restraint to the destined tary training the mothers Congress allow for it. We must be very patient every improvement every form of True conclusion. The organization of the stands in favor of the fess Bill now in j we must steady our nerves. We must Progress which will help Mankind. It delegation according to the afternoon Congress which favors physical train be tolerant and above All open mind j a. A Quot Quot it session s Alai Quot was adopted without a my of boy and Girts in the elementary cd. We must Call on our common sense1 turn to Page 5, column 1 j tink vote. It was As follows grades and High schools. Tonight s session will take place at the University and will open with a turn to Page to column 2 steers swim Sharks feast Havana hundreds of Ane steers stampeded on Board the american Steamer St Charles outside of Havana Harbor saturday and after creating a panic on Board the ship plunged into the sea where they became the Proy of the Sharks which infest the water off Morro Castle. Except for a comparative few that swam Astore and Are now wandering about in the suburbs of this City All the 800 steers on the by. Charles Are believed to have perished. Labor watches g. O. P. Conclave Montreal delegates to the annual convention of the american federation of labor today were anxiously awaiting the result of their big political venture As the Republican National convention opened at Chicago the Republican convention is to be asked to endorse labors economic and political program by president Samuel out open who today was speeding to Chicago to appear before the Republican platform committee. Lockney will dissolve Coop support Hoover in Stormy meet Waukesha Delegate sees former food Boss As logical candidate by a 8taffcorrespondent state journal Lle u1 Quarter 254-256 auditorium hotel Chicago 111. Henry lock by. Waukesha one of the two Philipp delegates in the Badger crowd will throw his ballot to Herbert Hoover. Quot Hoover is the logical Man for the White House and the Man who is sure i of Victory if Given the Republican i Lockney raid. The Waukesha Man is floating about i the hotel lobbies boosting Hoover to tile crowds. John m. Whitehead the other Philipp Delegate to the gathering Here will cast i first ballot for Lowden and join the Wood forces if it to shown that the Illinois governor can to swing the convention he said. Charged with larceny j. R. Reed charged with grand Lar conv on the complaint of d. D. Basker Ville will appear for hearing on june 12. According to decision of judge a Hoppmann in Superior court today Joo Farmers Here in final session of packing concern three Hundred farm pc from ail Over j the state stockholder of the former Madison co operative packing Plant chairman . John j. Blame. Secretary Peter Leach Milwaukee. Resolutions committee. E. J. Get Oes Milwaukee. Credentials h. J. Mortensen new Lisbon rules. Theodore m. Thomas Ladysmith. Permanent organization Henry Krum Ray Plymouth. National committeeman Alfred t. Rogers Madison. Sergeant at arms list. Gov. E. F. Dithmar Baraboo. Veteran Republican fires opening gun urges . To a redeem american senator in keynote speech a convention opening delivers blow after blow at Wilson regime c Lodge mrs. Gernon for Hoover but can vote by a staff correspondent state journal Headquarters 254-256 auditorium hotel Chicago Iii. If Herbert hoover1 Camps in Leader could lock a. T. J Torge third Wisconsin District Delegate in Hie room in the Atlantic hotel when the balloting begins the former food administrator would be sure of another vote. Mrs. George Gernon Madison society Matron Here a alternate for or. Torge is for Hoover first and last. Mrs. Gernon told me this monday night As she left the Wisconsin caucus in the Atlantic hotel after listening to several thousand words of Praise for senator Robert m. La Follette and the thing he stand for. Supposing or. Torge should step in front of in automobile tomorrow and you were to take Hie teat in the convention mrs. Gernon who would your ballot go to a was the Way the question was put to the Madison woman. A Hoover on the first ballot and Hoover right straight through Quot was her reply. Mrs. Gernon is attending her first National convention. She will occupy a coat with the other alternates directly behind the Wisconsin delegates in convention Hail. Lafollette Man of hour Levitan Madison banker declares senator. If nominated could sweep country Chicago Quot the i or publican party j of the country faces a crisis which can in solved by an overwhelming Victory at the polls next november if the coliseum Chicago a Dasno Tion and reconstruction of the United stat Arth twin tasks to which the Republican party must pledge itself declared senator Henry Cabot Lodge of Massachusetts in Hie keynote speech a temporary chairman of the Republican National convention her today. The big meet was nailed to Ord it by chairman will Hays at 11 34 a in. Hay announced Bishop Charles Al Woodcock of Louisville who delivered the opening prayer while the immense crowd stood. After Secretary Miller had read the formal cell for the convention Hays opened the conclave with a Brief speech and introduced senator i a it de temporary chairman. In a bitter attack on president Wilson and All his supporter i Lodge declared the primary Effort of the republicans in the Campaign must be to remove from control or influence Over the american government Quot or Wilson and his dynasty his heirs and assigns or anybody that is his anybody who with Bent knee has served his scathing criticism of Wilson and his administration marked the Emir speech. Must push rebuilding after the country has been Quot redeemed a i stage said the work of Post War reconstruction must be pushed we a vigor and intelligence. He paid tribute to what the Republican Congress has done in this respect outlined measures for dealing with the High Cost of living demanded a vigorous mexican policy instead of watchful waiting called on the party to stand by the Republican Aena or in the treaty fight and said the people now would choose Between the Wilson plan and that of the Senate advised Harmony and opposed government ownership of Public utilities. Applause came at frequent interval As Lasage a Ore to pieces the Wilson league of nation ixe Ige s charge that Wilson went personally to Kuro a a Quot because he trusted no one else was greeted with cheer and laughter. The crowd eagerly followed i it de a references to the peace treaty and there was renewed applause at i every period. More interest was shown in convention nominates senator la Kol league Fca urea of ledges speech Jette of Wisconsin for president. Than in what he said were the dome this was the it if ment of hoi Levi 1 ,1. Problems. Tan a presidential elector for i aft in Cri pub treaty defeat 1912, an alternate Delegate to this Eon cheer treaty it test mention and Tho president of he com i prolonged cheering met i Lodge s ror Mercoal National Hank of Madison. Or. I Terence to the defeat of the Wilson Levitan said that his close touch with i treaty without reservations. Faith conservative and Radical factions in the g. O. P. Strengthened his Eon j Votion that iat Follette would meet the greatest approval of All classes. Public sceptical Quot the people of the country Are sep Quot wll surrendered the principle of Freedom of the seas whatever that May have been to great Britain said i Odge and the Delegate laughed. Quot today the number of american willing to accept the covenant As Ileal Over the nomination of the men i nought Back by the president is nog who have spent Large fortunes in at i the senator said. The am a tempting to get the Republican pres Lohn Tropic will never approve thai �?n,it1ur a or i to with foreign nations re la r of How Oun i the a crowd listened with unusual in tothe Farmer the labourers and Appl gave incl Smull businessmen want a Man in this 1 National crisis who will restore peace. A ution that he Quot thab endorsing his statements rather to non seeking an excuse to cheer. Girls escape As seminar peace and Prosperity. A the unrest today has been cd used by injustices. Of the Republic a i a try i nominates la Follette it will sweep the country. Back of him will be the toilers everywhere Back of him will j be the Farmers and the business men j can afford to take a Man whose states i a Rishi p is a guarantee that they will i he fairly treated. He is neither a wild i Radical or a Stalwart conservative. Ile i is a real statesman of the people. Would satisfy people in a v it he i Puhlin ins to no it Man it v hits rail a a Experiment delegates in front Row vigorously applauded i Ridge s reference to the Railroad situation and there wer cries of a right a from Buck in a throng wins he said the men who run the railroads should not run a he a government and declared against government ownership a the Experiment of government ownership failed and should not renewed a he said. Ledges Appeal for by stronger hand bad Wing Minn the lutheran i laddies Seminary Here a National in institution for girls whose commenes-1 ment program was scheduled today 1 burned to the ground at 2.30 this a morning. The loss is estimated at i nearly a half million dollars. Nearly two Hundred girls presidential publican Friend. Eugene we no to Milwaukee was night Ithma. Now the Oscar Mayer i ack Mig com appointed to the committee tin notify Pany. Crowded the Senate Cham Ber of cation of the presidential nominee and the Capitol today at a Zaat Stockhold j Era meeting. It Teal decided to dissolve the company. A e. Moore president and state senator Herman a Logrien of Iron Ridge Secretary pros reded. The meeting called to determine whether the concern should dissolve i or elect new director and continue was Brief but Stormy. Farmer stockholders Ai lot q neat ions Ami Jalaw at office and various incidents in of the company. Colby will go As Delegate i it a. Joseph Barber of Marathon was chosen to assist in notifying the View presidential selection. D. T in Trier of Fennimore was selected honorary convention vice president. Stalwarts take Issue the on Quot sign of a Ripple on the ordained surface of the caucus Cam when James Thompson offered the Resolution committing the Wisconsin la Jias entered the primaries delegation to a Thi k and thin Battle Bela Friday Colby also has mate la Follette i no a Nim Ted by a love of Rountry and a love for the in Mexico brought a Short Sharp cheer Republican party. I have always sup j a one of the most enthusiastic of Hal ported that party. I resigned the bpm sch presidency of a National tank in 1912 j senator in age concluded his in order to serve the party a a Taft. T res m having spoken urn 1hd Psi by a a hem and la minute i he i. Country toil myth Legate and galleries Rose to and the delegates to this convention i v. I to that the on Man who will satisfy Keir feet in k escaped in their this nation arum the people whom in a chairman Hays was it Coin loved is senator la Follette. His temporary a twi Man i i nomination will merge All elements of i purpose of presenting the nation into Union and insure vie a Lions for temporary officer tory. It will bring order to this country and business Prosperity to the farm the factory and the Market waving Ting Ogni sed of rage for the i Oro Ronda place. Washington Secretary of tute Colby probably will go to Tho demo i erratic National convention As a Dele j Gate from the District of Columbia p in i been it last Hope of wets in Congress the list included reporter Purl in Mentar lans Etc the list was elected by acclamation. The convention appointed commit Leo on rubs. Permanent organza ton resolutions and cry a dental and adjourned. The roman Trees were to go to work mined lately after lunch. In the resolutions committee and on rent a and a a possible the floor if need be. For the wisc on presidential candidate sin platform on which two dozen i a t the treasurers re kit showed a bal Follette delegates were elected. At Mer of j248.540, which include them a Jonii almost the last item on the Purchase Price paid by the Mayer program of the caucus the two Stal come any. I delegates from the first District the Money will be divided Between a a a Ted themselves. The 5.226 stockholders Henry Lockney of Waukesha Start a it by declaring that the impassion Zimmerman to Chicago j c.,-j speech of the lot Crosse Man de county judge a. G. Zimmerman has i scribing How in past conventions the gone to Chicago and is to rat Nuan in i �?.�?�?�?. A. Til next saturday. A turn. To Pue 4. Column i eau Claire has 20,880 in census Washington the census Bureau today announced the following 1920 population figure eau Claire win 20,Sio, an increase since 1910 or 2,570, for 14 percent la mourn till Washington the Las remaining Hope of the a wets Quot today rested with Congress. That this Hope was slight and might yet tie Cut off by later court action a claimed by the Drys Quot and ruefully admitted by the . Congress yesterdays the right to set the alcoholic Content of beverages and May tie Able to raise the one half of one percent limit of a abolished by the volstead Law. La Follette to recover rapidly not Only was senator Robert m j at Follette out of danger but Accord Liq to messages received by mrs. La Fol was Jaunted out. Under a it a w. J. Mayo declared to gtd preme court action has Ana Quot or will recuperate rapidly. Do Mayo expressed Mir use at the senator s strength and vitality. Or. Pm i Follette is at the la Follett farm Al Maple Bluff. I
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