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Madison Wisconsin State Journal (Newspaper) - June 16, 1920, Madison, Wisconsin
A Badger weather rain and colder tonight thursday unsettled. Strong shifting winds with squalls. Chewisco Ite journal City edition twelve pages vol. 135, no. 76. 81�t , wis., wednesday afternoon june 16, 1920. Price three cents16 Blacks held near Duluth la Follette trades vote with a pcs senator puts league Organ a Izer on his state ticket a a steamroller cries fill Turner Hall i a Fri Lett a non partisan league vote Trade negotiation Ware completed today Wien the league i first Hgt Litt Cul convention on Dor sri the Follett to cot for state office. Tho lax Follette ites draw a he league s o. K. On five candidate and in return accept a Nonit Rel it to league on a Nizery George Chi Unkn of flan Claire As their candidate for lieu tent tint governor. Despite who Birt that leaders Ware confident that the convention wus Quot Cut and dried and that Tho program would he pushed through As planned Erie j of Quot ate car Yoller Dis urged the serenity i of Turner Hall Thim morning. Some of i the Delegate. Demanded that they be j a permitted to run this convention j without interfere a from the state office of Tho Blaine is heard attorney Lien ens. I .1. J. Blaine i i Follette candidate for Tho governorship and who received the approve of the1 a True pc is the a incl pay speaker at the morning ses Don. Or Blaine did no Overlook the Opportunity to in pros upon Tho convention that he was torn and Rais d on a farm. No selection worn made for the legislature it being determined by lenders1 and a a Suggs it i Quot to the conv Onmon that i to various d strict be allowed to con j or with labor and other elements i their selection for these offices. Tho fight on the gubernatorial Choice was bitter Cheboygan county Home of Hen it Krumrey demanded that he., a a True a Man who has Given a life to the Farni be nom1nacd it was at this Point that j the charge of steamroller a was made. J it warn unanswered. Instead Leader hurriedly demanded a vote and balloting began. Krumrey a in the Hall at the time but made no attempt to enter in the fight. It a Learned that at a caucus before the morning cession that the Ballard and Krumrey forces had j agreed on Krumrey for governor Selth Ballard am his running a. And com j Inga for set nary of state Blaine cheered when or. Blaine was introduced As j a Wisconsin s next governor a he was greeted by cheer. A i appreciate the splendid outburst of enthusiasm with which you greeted or. Blaine declared. A i want to introduce myself to you and for that Reasor i am going to he somewhat i personal i shall do this that you men May know Why my sympathies Are i with you Farmers in this great farm movement and also to explain to you Why i am a lawyer. A i was born raised lived and worked most of my life on a farm. In my youth i sustained an injury to one of j Ray members which while it will not prevent me from getting into tills fight with you would prevent me from pitching Bay heart with Farmers Quot my Mother therefore thought it Best that i enter a profession and j took up Law. That to Why i am your attorney general i have always been interested in farming always had it closest to my heart. My Dearest friends Are those following farm Pur suits and i want you Mon to know that my Hopes my Success my Ideal j Ike pc always bean attached to the or Blain Bald Quot my heart la with you and fallow i citizens if i understand it right the j program you have undertaken to touring Back to the great mass of people the government that is rightfully theirs. You have declared yourself for the initiative and referendum representative government la Good enough but the people Muat have Ute candidates to carry a pcs Flag to polls Fri blowing is the state i ticket to be sont into the september primary by the combined la Follette nonpartisan league forces u. S. Senator James Thompson la Crosse attorney. Governor a. J. Blaine Boscobel present attorney general. Lieutenant governor George comings eau Claire nonpartisan league organizer and member of the state Board of vocational training. Secretary of state Elmer Hail mayor of Green Bay. Attorney general Christian Doerfler m Waukee Long an ardent la Follette supporter. State treasurer sol Levitan Madison banker and treasurer of the Republican state Central committee. Gompers isg.0.p.slate wets Edwards City quiet opposed to wont do after death labor party s a y Drys Marshall Smith ambassador Davis also advocated tammany bitter against Wilson and Bryan keep a. F. L. Out of politics slogan of Veteran Leader convention refuses to o. K. Soviet ticket and platform for Wisconsin race business of party convention Here today student shoots College seniors bulletin Mun trealy organized labor is drawing lines for a second big steel strike it was indicated Here today when the question of Organ a nation of the steel workers was brought up on the floor of the annual convention of the american federation of labor. A hot fight developed Over consideration of a Resolution calling on the amalgamated association of Iron Stool and tin plate workers to rejoin the steel workers general organization committee. Dartmouth Man dead following quarrel Slayer claims self defense by Ralph f. Couch president Samuel i it rapers and his supporter in the convention of Tho a. F. A it of l. Livre today stood to defeat any attempt to win endorsement by bulletin the slate that probably will be adopted by the state convention of the prohibition party was drawn up this afternoon As follows l. A. Willis Milwaukee governor. F. R. Derrick Brodhead lieutenant governor. O. S Ballinger Baraboo Secretary of state. J. A. Berg Galesville treasurer. Mayhew Mott Neenah attorney general. A. R. Buckner Harris u. S. Senator. T Quot hat Tho pm o. P. Ticket for the presidency and vice presidency and the platform drawn up Ai Chicago Lam week in unsatisfactory to the National prohibition party was no a i temp. In a a a i we Al today by William c. Madill convention for the labor i Dit Taj j Lgon it former gubernatorial candidate a of crts a i on the state prohibition ticket and Avn Var v it Henry e it Aren Gompers has fought the labor party chairman of thie stale comr a a we Medford Mas a Dart movement since its inception on the which met in the Assembly chamber of m nth Roll Eire at tide it was hot and Brounty Hal tend is to Render or j la it Capitol in Van of the convention Mouth College student was of we i ilm a Poi Lical a impotent. A i this afternoon. John Fitzpatrick of i Hie ago head of j Only a few of the too delegates from the labor political party today was adj part 0f the state Are attending jockeying to prevent the question be j coining an Issue. So far the Gomp ers element has Given no indication i of forcing the Issue unless it should j be raised by Fitzpatrick the labor party nominating a on j a non and w. E. Mack. Fort Atkinson. I vent on is scheduled Tor july to at Chicago. The nominating convention of the nonpartisan committee of forty bight also is scheduled for Chicago july to. Under the original plans of Fitzpatrick the two conventions will collaborate on a platform and selection of killed today in i Deb Chi fraternity Louse Here by Robert t. Meads of Lagrange ii. Another student according to Meads own confession to the police. Meads declared he shot Maroney in self defense. He said he had been drinking with Maroney and the noting was the outcome of a quarrel three years ago Meads a involved in another shooting affray in which a classmate was killed. It was fated at the time that Meads was holding a Shotgun whee h was Mav i. Oily uncharged. The shooting of Maroney has created a tremendous stir in the student body at told by from the cording Sod other Early this morning. The one Day convention. Among the prominent prohibition leaders of the state. Oliver Needham. Midway vice chairman of the state commute a. Johnson. Portage former Assembly member of the state committee were expected. A the platform drawn by the Republican party a declared or Benn. A Means nothing to the pro i by Uoo. Party. Senator Harding and governor Coolidge. Both of whom Are undecided or have made Little or no declaration in sup turn to a Ftp 6, column Quot kills wife with Butcher Clea ver Phi i a Delphi a after chopping j his e Ife to death with a Botcher s Cleaver Ernest Ca Pease la grocer. Butler his ufos tuesday night. The bodies Wert found after neighbors had heard children crying in the House. The wife Lay on a bed her head Cut and chopped almost beyond Recagni i lion and her three children the eldest Tittle More than two years old. Were slinging to the Baxly. Gape Well s body ass hanging to a Bannister of the third Story stairs Ile had first knotted a rope around his head and then shot himself As he jumped. Business troubles Are believed to have been the motive. Belden again on visitors Board Judito u b. Balden in to appointed a morn Bur of the unt Vonty Board of visitors b. Gov. In i. Philipp today. To j a Ain. For a pc. I of four Taux the shooting followed. Dozen injured in rail collision work Liktor mass a twelve passengers were severely injured and a score of Odiern badly shaken up when a Braston Lound Worcester train crashed into the rear coach of a new York express train at Westboro near this City shortly before Midnight. The exp re a which was standing it ill at the time of the Quot. Collision was bound for Boston. The injured were removed to the Worcester general Hospital. Storms flood Dakota towns Mitch la. K in the most severe rain storm in seven. Years swept Over the Section from Murdo to wet Quot Mingtoi brings Laic on tuesday. Cloudburst inundated Many Square Miles of country 8oor#y of head of Stock perished. Kurly a dozen farm Houser were washed i Way. Many washouts Wert reported along the Milwaukee Road tracks at Wessington Springs there was two feet of water reported in the business Section. Very basement in the City was flooded. Clear Champion of All charges to Mously adopted. J Thi. Afternoon. In reference to to the convention without discussion nominees or to the paltry of the endorse the action of pres id it it morn a Jvan said pers and the executive Council in or of Felt it a Mccratic. Republican or i Gan lying the National non i arts san pm nonpartisan organizations nominate j 11 tical Campaign committee to elect a candidates who will act in to opera Congress Friendly to organized late or. Tif it a with the v Fry int pit it in he stale. Full approval was voted the exec. For entire prohibition vote will be live Council for its Prog rant to reduce j swung in line with those candidate. Living costs and jail profited a a j the ticket will nevertheless. By drawn program provided for confiscation of., afternoon. Gov. Philipp s or practically All War profits for four. Tittemore s nomination will mean that i years Buck. Rrt abolishment of a govt a Drys will have to select their own ment Agency to administer credits Anil gubernatorial candidate. T tip by the government at Cost of a we be no reason Why we should Eta Elan Nee Itic of. Support Blaine. Wilcox or Dithmar. Refuse soviet Aid since none of them have As yet made j movement to Call on the unite themselves be a on the dry Issue. Mermaids government to recognize the j in mull. Secretary of state another j soviet government or lift blockade i a publican possibility is the Only one against soviet Russia was blocked in who has expressed himself decisively the convention tuesday after a heated a supporter of effective dry Tegt Sla i Lemite. James a. I tuns attle cent nil i Abor Coati tight in behalf of the gov to Cal with the Aid of reps in of Tim ii led to govern san Tutiven Tion. Quot a National conspiracy has been formed by liquor interests of the nation to Amend the volstead said of the Ladler to Irmenta workers hut or. Bean. A and it is the atm of the a. The convention adopted by an Over to it Nat to re Hilt on to Ltd re in terho t whelming vote the it i Ort of the a it Sola s Lut Lons Committer opposing any action. The a Ron sention will Clos with a a John Frey chairman of the resold j la to on of 14 delegates to i Lions committee said it had been Ash ,1<5 selected in tie Spring that the soviet government is an a. J Ioctl on wisc on in will be repro d it had been As soviet government is an a Ati rest signed on the a highest authority a toe rat in militaristic government that Dos not believe in democracy and is ruling by Tho Quot Iron hand of the fir. Duncan said the comm tree had made a a camouflage report to deceive the workers of the country As to the situation in rus la. David Grange a new York Delegate said the greatest trouble in America win the bolshevism plotters who Are trying to disrupt organized labor. U. S. Good enough Quot i done to rare what president Wil 1.�?� ser fed by 4g at the National Phi Billon convention at Lincoln neb. July 21. The National convention it is said. Will offer Bryan the president urn to p a Nillon 41 f i Inch Mck. Ind. Democrats of it noted state made their existence Felt Here today. Teje Grain and letters i earing on the pros peels for a wet platform poured in on governor Smith of new York. Charles Murphy of tammany Hall senator Watson and Tom Taggarty a office were strongly for governor Edwards of new Jersey As a presidential nominee. From gleanings Here it was Learned new York pen Hably will vote for governor Smith at least on the first ballot at san Francisco. S via Tor Watson believes his state we a make ambassador Davis its first Choice and Taggart la known to favor vice president Marshall. Should Marshall indicate strongly he Doe not want support the Indiana delegation probably will split. It is not giver end by a unit Rule. East anti Bryan it was known that tammany s bitterness against the Wilson Atlman Strati is exceeded Only by is Tern is against w. J. Bryan. It was believed certain the solid East would stand against Bryan and much of it against Wilson. Hoover As a Pooai Emty developed out of the desire to defeat Mcadoo or anyone Savouring of lha administration. The leaders Here counted on Quick Eli min amp Tion of favor a sons. The league of nations has figured Little to Date. There was an indication that its ratification would be approved but made Plain the big fight will be on the wet and dry Issue. Would cause issues san Francisco vice president Marshall will throw his influence against any attempt to raise the liquor and Irish questions at the democratic National convention he told the in. P. Today. He will represent Indiana on the resolutions committee it by i loved. Marshall declared he Wilt urge no action of taken on the eighteenth amendment. The Irish question he said is a none of America s Marshall Saki he would support enforcement of the j prohibition Law. Marshall Alen let it he known that he is not a candidate for the democratic presidential nomination and said that he did not want it. Davis As Compromise Washington of the ban fran i Cisco convention deadlocks John w. J Davis ambassador to great Britain. Will be one of the first men considered As a Compromise candidate Promin j ent democrats agreed Here today. This was based on the belief that j Davis would the acceptable to All Wing j of tax party except the violent anti English group. President Wilson it is known regards Davis As an Able and tactful Public official who sympathizes with the presidents own View on questions of foreign relations Davis nips Rumor London american ambassador John w. I Zia it today announced that while he a not re eking the Ixo to j Crattic Nomona Ion for president he would not refuse if nominated. I uni my id he made this Annn tire ment As a a ply to friends who had j Leeq urging Bim to make a declaration. Davis also declared that the Story current in i Ondon that a it. E. M. House Wax Enro Ute to London to offer him the democratic nomination wan he wid he had no knowledge of the purpose of Bol. House s Burnt in trip Drys oppose Cox candidacy death takes City a oldest woman today of negroes Tiree Are lynched following attack on White girl angry mob overpowers police mrs. Ann Healey mrs. Ann Healey. Madison s oldest resident died this morning at the Home of her daughter mrs. Alite Hank. 301 West main Street. Hhd was 94 years old and had lived in Madison More than a half Century. Mrs. Healy came from Ireland in ims and Nett led in Madison. Rho is survived by two daughter and three son. They Are mrs. E. A ital it of Katina try. Mo., mrs. Alite Hank and John healer of Madison John Aln of Haven aah. Ill and William Caln Hunt Mont. If $100 club ranks boosted to nine one teams reports show Strong beginning in nonsectarian drive with Only one t earn reporting by noon today nine Mem to a have to far enrolled for the lion huh organised to put Over i Ane county a share of Timio in the National non sectarian european Relief drive. The member of the Hoo club secured by this team Are Joseph m. Boyd i company. Bank of Wisconsin hoi i eve i ran Cantwell printing company lain i in w. Mead Wisconsin to Tate journal Alexander Kornhauser or. And mrs. I i. M. Hanks Andelson brother. The inclement weather has inter j Fer cd with soliciting work but teams i Are plugging away and indications Are that the drive will go Over the top. Twenty five teams have been organized and the City will be thoroughly canvassed find Man lost near Milwaukee son or Lloyd George have approx san Francisco Jack Dempsey i he # us. A but i do know a have i heavyweight Champion and Jack Rod enough form of government Here Keams his manager were cleared of a America for me and i in not goal charges of conspiracy to evade the eng to take any Chance with Trotzky draft Tillay w lieu Federal j mire feeding dismissed the remaining indictments against them. The motion to dismiss the charges made by Gavin or Nab defense attorney was not contested by the government prosecutors. Banker worried takes own life Syracuse. N. Al a suffering from depression believed to have been induced by worry Over americans future and fear that the country faces ruin. George Timmins millionaire banker Ami steel tube manufacturer committed suicide foday by shoot intr himself through Tho head in his Home he a. Tim Ninx retired from the Syracuse tube works of which he was an organizer. At the time a National organiser bought out his interests several years ago since then he had been engaged in no Active of cup Atton and had sent most of is time in the study and eos Lection of work3 of an Imi Leniner a bolshevik crowd. They Are not any More the Friend of lax it a than the Czar in an amendment to the report offered by Joseph d. Cannon of new York which urged the government to a cease it activities in upholding the blockade of Russia Quot and protested against i supplying munitions to nations at War i with Russia was Defeated unanimous a in. Chinese civil War breaking peking civil War which has been smouldering in China is rapidly approaching a crisis Cabinet author a Iez Here believed today following the Cap Ture of Chang so capital of Hunan province by South China rebel Force Chang Cha pivoli.1 Point in the civil War Between forces of the North and South Haw been bombarded and Cap lured together with a dozen adjacent a ties according to rejoin reaching Bara. Seek murderer at Camp Grant Rockford 111. Military intelligence officer of Camp Grunt were working today to Clear the in yet by j surrounding the murder of mrs. Maud j la life mom daughter of col. Bion j. Arnold believed killed try one of five Soldier Here kist night. Mrs. Moss Wax Riding in an autumn i bile with her husband and four other persons stationed at tin Camp a hot a she wan killed the party had passed five Soldier standing along the Road Way when the shot was fired. The soldiers fled. Washington league today came oppose ton to ins of Ohio a the or Wayne Wheeler league declared in the Quot anti Saloon out unqualified Day in Ruer Jam m Cox candidate counsel for the Quot a formal statement Milwaukee be Willi Yan b of the Flint. Mich Patty a in emergent today for observation found wandering in a v a arty play Llu told Deputy whet him that lie Iliad wander during a heavy storm. He said he Wax it a Mayo Hospital Iii Bitch realm tit. V Man claiming i i Hoyan a Telephone it gency Hosp after xxi r Vav to f Der. Minn that Cox a is the logical for the wets but now that the nation i und a sons tilt tonal imbibition i candidacy in unthinkable and a menace to Law and Wheeler statement was an a i rpt from a statement by w j. Bryan also declaring against a of 207 graduate a t West Point new York a j Ker awarded Dij a ate at the unit i a a Demy at West it ral i railing att c it Ary of War Llamas to 207 Grorud state military Point today denuded he exercise. N Flutha All was quiet Here today following a night of rioting in which three negroes charged with assaulting a Young White girl a a hanged by a mob. Sixteen More negroes arrested in connection with the assault Are being held a out of town Quot according to chief of Pollee John Murphy. The girl whose name i withheld identified nine of the negroes As having taken part in the assault. Two companies of militia from fort Snelling arrived Here this morning. All the negroes were attached to the John Robinson shows. The assault la said to have occurred at the circus grounds. Police said the girl assaulted came from a Good family and that she was a school girl. She was Able to go with police to the train As the circus was about to leave town. Am the negroes were taken from the train and she surveyed them All attempting to pick the offenders. Of the three negroes hanged police believe one was in not ent. They were Isaac or Gale Elmer Jackson and Nate Green All about 22 years old. Six More arrested i More negroes connected with the circus were arrested at Virginia minn., and held for in Luth police. Following the Lynching Here last night it a reported 4� truckloads of men were in route to Virginia to Quot get Quot the six negroes held there. All was quiet at Virginia today but chief of police Fred Witt said he Aas prepared for any emergency. Authorities today began a detailed investigation of the Lynching end the county attorney announced prosecution flu begin at ome. The six negroes held at v Irginia ars Eugene Jefferson Frank Pleer nor a Man Ordway. Max Manor Clarenc Ray and lout Hayes. Tie circus showed in Virginia Yea Terny and left there at 3 11 Thia morn. I ing for fort franc to. Ontario. Canada. Nothing had been said about the at a tack on the girl until yesterday after i noon. Newspaper reported the Asj Sault and a mall Grout began forming in the streets Early in the even a ing. Start wrecking jail. Quot i knew there a something doing Quot said Pollee lieutenant k. H. Bar Lier All of a mudder the group seemed to melt. Into a big howling mob and they came tearing Down Huj Vertol Street it sure looked like they meant business. Quot they came to the jail door and de mended the negroes. This of a our was refused hut they a Aid they would either get the negroes or wreck tin jail. Then they started wrecking thing. We saw it a useless to resist the mob hut in the line of oui duty we did the the a we could to protect our prisoners. A a i Xix of the negroes had in a it arrested on suspicion. I do not knots positively w in tiler any of them War guilty of assaulting the girl hut i think two of them were. I believe the if Rioh May Haw killed one innocent be Igro. Three released Sun j Quot As soon As they got tile negro i he re the mob leaders decided Only three of was i them looked guilty. They took then h. In Down the strut a Block to an electro i Light pole and a Trung them All up vol i a shot was fired As soon As the be Grues were dead the mob dispersed Anil quiet reigned again. A it All happened so quickly ii does t Stem possible. The taxi in no tit negroes were but Down shortly after Midnight and taken to Craw uni x undertaking Parlours. The three negroes who were not lynched War taken out of limn for Safe keeping Isaac Mcgill was tile first negro taken from till Jai. The mob took turn out about 10 3. Fifteen minutes later to lib it got Elmer Jackson and nats Green. All were at Mut 22 to 25 years to i u of Ltd in the for colonel Arnold to it of no motive for the Day mime re a1 he knt w Pershing nips candidate talk new York Gen. John j. Persh ing a Al today Reejo eating Rumor that i he might to a presidential candidate Quot i authorize you to deny specific ally for me that i have now or have Ever had or Ever to have or Ever will have political ambitions. A i have not the least idea that my name will lie off red at the Sari Francisco convention and i will not permit its us if the attempt should be made in no circumstances whatsoever would i think of becoming a can for tile presidency or for any Oiler Poliuc Ai washout delays Madison train the Northwestern Road train due in Malison from i age St Jwj aft Wax delayed several hour today and had not arrived at 3 p. In a washout near Oregon following Thi mornings heavy Rains is belie Vee to have been i the cause. Schiffeneder gets two years Milwaukee to uni Schiffeneder i termed by Nix counsel a passive in frument Quot in the hands of Stanley Stapleton was sentenced to two years in the Houe of correction foil Wing his Den. Of guilty before circuit judge Cis i old. The three Negr is who a leaped vol in my a of Ltd of the a a of ital tem a were latin William Johi which graduated i years a Quot we Rej Thomas Anc Harry Richardson. Posed As Yankee Ace checks bal Milwaukee alleged to have Poe it a Eddie big Ken Barber Columbu it. Automobile nicer my american dec Edward Baker a youth from Kentucky was under arrest Here today charge with having Cash d checks for $ and do ii to said also to have used Bicken bathers mime Ltd a lock ii hotel uniform a Uto Laws Are urged it Louis a Campaign for enact ment of uniform automobile Laws it fill state wms authorized at a meeting of the Board of directors of the National automobile dealers association Here on tuesday. The proposed Campaign is expected to get under w. Next theote Macc. Present. The lax of 1920 was the last Cia. To be graduated with a two year course because of the War. Polish forces retake Kieff constant Noble j Oll a retaken Huff in a Strong a nun j ice attack upon the bolsheviks a i cording Lei a dispatch re a Ivy Here today. The in Ole inflicted heavy a us j unities on the re d armies. French to get Copper from u. S. I Paris announcement was i today that no of la Lions had been rom Jjo end what a Rel the american get pts to j exp dirt association will Fumi a French j industries 75, ton of Copper on i credit the Metal will to delivered in Quanti. Of 2,0041 tons monthly i
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