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Madison Wisconsin State Journal (Newspaper) - June 19, 1920, Madison, Wisconsin
Badger weather fair tonight and sunday. Not much change in temperature. Light variable winds. Chewisco in journal vol. 135, no. 79. 81�t , wis., saturday afternoon june 19, 1920. Price three cents my ado and Glass out of race Colby and Davis possibilities la f 0 l l e t11\aer Al freight lines will approached by liberals cover nation buy big planes 3000 Mammoth machines purchased for United states service huge Birds will carry thousands of pounds of cargo from coast to coast before end of year declares capitalist behind project proposition of heading third party put up to senator says report no answer Given As yet United state senator Robert m. La Follette of Wisconsin a been approached by a delegation of Liberal with a View to bounding him on the Prospect of joining a third party movement and becoming the party s Standard bearer in the fall election it a Learned today. Lot Follette it wan stated has made no answer. The delegation it a said Law the senator at the Hospital in Roch ter Minn. The delegation did not press the question but went away leaving la Follette to think it Over. See working pact that i a Follett is considering favourably the idea of going with the third party is the View taken by political observers As a result of an announcement by libero that a a working Alliance among progressive organizations in Wisconsin has completed a three organizations Are said to be the Wisconsin non partisan league. Wisconsin socialists and other Liberal organization. Indicative of the stand which May be taken by the proposed third party were plan of the committee of Horty ight to give wide circulation to resolutions adopted at a state convention of the party in Minnesota last Satur a it surge United action the resolutions urge the committee to join with other Liberal Organ. I to one in establishing a new National political party. The Aims of the labor party and the committee of forty sight. Read the Resolution Given out today in Chicago a Are so similar that it May reasonably be expected the two bodies will unite on platform and candidates thus launching a new party whose ideogram from the hour of its organization will be backed by millions of people. Quot our people educated enlightened and self determining cannot be expected to vote the old National pity tickets. We must have a National Means of expression. We the committee of forty eight must help create the new Sena Tor Lenroot sees third party Milwaukee United states senator Irvine Lenroot of Wisconsin who received Tho second urgent number of votes cast by the Republican National convention for vice president expect i third party in the presidential fight next fall. He declared Here today. Lenroot leaves today for his Horn in Superior. He expressed the belief that die third party would take As Many votes from the democratic ranks As the Republican. Olesen named u. S. Surgeon or. Robert Olesen. Acting epidemiologist for the state Board of , has received his permanent cornus rom from president Wilson Asur go so of the United states Public health service following an exam Ina ton at Washington last april the commission is retroactive to april 9. Or. Olesen is attached to my Wisconsin department on indefinite leave. Former naval officer Dies Annapolis my a Commodore Theodore Porter 74 yours old. United states Navy did at the naval Hospital Here Friday of pernicious Ane Mia. The Commodore was a son of Admiral David d. Porter of civil War Fame. He leaves a wife Henrietta Mccullom purer of Mon Toju Canada cd two children. Gotham la Wyer takes own new York the suicide of Henry Humphrey Parsons. 30, member of a prominent new York family found dead in the bathroom of his aunts Home Here was unexplained today. A deep Cut under i Eye led police to believe he had been attacked before he returned Home and shot himself. Parson had a distinguished War record and was connected with the Law firm of Root Clark. Buckner and Rowland. He graduated from Yale in j913. Cleveland America is to have the Aret All freight commercial air plane service in the world. Within a month the first planes will Wing their Way Between new York and Chicago and before the end of the year huge ships will carry thousands of pounds of freight from coast to coast. Thie is the prediction of James Randolf Welker new York capitalist and Ona of the backers of the $15,300,000 Aerial transport corporation Here which has purchased he cays 3/100 British War planes for exclusive freight service in the United states. A we have 200 planes in new York Harbor now and by july 4 we expect to establish the first unit of our Continental network of airlines a says Walker. A we will have a two each Way rach Day service Between new York and Chicago and a rapidly As traffic warrants we will establish feeder lines to jut four stopping Points along the route. With tins exception of Cleveland we have not Dei Nitsky decided upon the other cities to be made main line the company incl use Tome of America s Tine technical experts and pilots col. Joseph a. Jordan who mapped the air routes Tor the first Aerial mail service commander a n. L. Bellinger Pilot of the distorts nc-1 m her trans Atlantis flight and cel. R. 8. Harts piles of the Martin a around Tho rim Quot piano Are among the operating officials. A it was the Success of the government air mall service that decided it to form thie company Quot Walker says. A Small la new being carried Cheeper and falter by air than by train. We have been assured of a 100 percent Lead by tha american express company but it is probably we will bid on Soma mail contracts no passengers will be carried by the transport company a planes. The planes purchased by the company for the most part a Dehaviland Type planes with a cargo capacity of 350 pounds but there Are a Large number of hand Ley Page planes with a capacity of 1,500 to 2.000 pounds. A your transcontinental service will require us to keep about 30 planes in the air All of the time Quot says Walker. A we have gone Back to tha old Overland stage system the Pony express. The Load will Start in one plane end be shifted a dozen times to other planes in its Way across the continent. Well Cut at least a Day and probably More from the railway colonel Hertz thinks that within a few years there will be planes Able to make the transcontinental flight a straight four Cress country lines Are planned Denver is chosen for labor meet 1921 federation convention goes to Colorado political program will be pushed during coming year soldiers again patrol Duluth t machine guns bayonets and tanks ready for threatened outbreak bulletin Duluth a sheriff s deputies were rushed to Gary a suburb of Duluth this afternoon when a mob formed there after the steel works closed Down. They feared a Raca not. Troops also were sent to the suburb and trouble was expected. Many negroes Are employed in Gary and Whites there were said to be embittered against the Blacks. The Lynching of three negroes after an assault by Blacks on a Young girl easy in the week added to ill feeling. A report that the assaulted girl had died last night brought feeling to a High pitch. Deputies denied the s h had died although they admitted she was in a serious condition at St. Mary s Hospital As a result of a nervous breakdown. I Luth state troops armed with machine gun and Bay netted Rifle were �fttrx4ing Duluth again today prepared for another threatened outbreak of my Rule. Sheriff Lam magic declared he had information that a mob wag forming late last night to March on the jail where 14 negroes Are held on charges of assaulting a 17 year old White girl it the circus grounds last monday. Exist tuesday night a mob of More than ave thousand wrecked the police station and hanged three negroes. Adjutant general w. F. Rhinow brought a machine gum Eom any and infantrymen to Duluth on a special train Early this Morniing from fort kneeling. Members of the Duluth tank corps already on duty prepared for any emergency. A special grand jury is investigating the Lynching the conduct of the i it ice and Tho assault Case. Resolute Victor in ninth trial Newport. In i the yacht Resolute won the ninth of the trial races with the Vanlue off Here today by 21 seconds crossing the line at 2 44 22 p. Rn., closely followed by the vanities which crossed at 2 44 43. The race was Over a triangular course to Miles to the cast and to Miles to the Southeast and a beat to the finish. A Light Northwest Breeze a blowing and both yachts had every stitch of Canvas they could carry. Wedding guests tra Vel in plane new York John m. Larson and c. F. Redden were in route to Omaha today in the All Metal air plane Jln a to attend a wedding. The bridegroom is an aviator named j Martell a Friend of Larson. The plane will pick up col. Gilmore of the United state air service at Dayton and at Chicago Eddie Rycken Backer american Ace will join die j party. The plane carried a wedding cake three feet in diameter and eighteen inches High. The wedding will be june 23. French heels popular even men buy pm Mobile heels for Miladys dancing pumps have gone up in Price also in height. Artificial fruit for the adornment of the chapeaux for tha fair sex Are much sought by men. Why thereby hangs Tho tale of the latest exports of whisky runners to evade the prohibition blockade. It All became known when a group of loungers in the Park became hilarious. Investigation showed they had two Large paper sacked one filled with Metal heels for women s shoes and the other with artificial cherries. The Heel were fully three inches in height and Tho cherries were Large enough to furnish about half a Swallow each. Six a hernias or on Heel that s How they sold. Harding to stay in Washington i m. P. Comes to get 3 sailors Maslen. Talbot and Moran turned Over to Navy for punishment a naval m. P. From great lakes a i Rived in Madison last night to take j into custody Earl moslem Niagara i Falls Fred Talbot Chicago arid Ernest j Moran. Stanford conn., Sailor who were reigned in Superior court for taking an automobile belonging to Hook Brothers. They were turned Over to the Navy authorities for punishment and taken Back Early today. Arthur Follansbee Syracuse n. Y., said to have been the Leader of the gang is going to the Green buy reformatory for Throe years. La Jeune to head Marine corps candidate plans to continue conferences in capital till mid july Washington senator Warren g Harding today announced he would stay in Washington until mid july when he go. S to Marlon. Of. For the be remorse in conniption with the formal acceptance of the Republican party nomination. He will continue conferences with Republican leaders outlining the fall Campaign. Harding has in mostly senator to Date and in these conference has collected considerable mater id for his speech formally accepting the nomination. The meeting monday with will Hays National Republican chairman and other members of the committee will help Harding organize his speech and arrange detail of the formal notification. The 1/vague of nations Mexico agriculture South american relations and reclamation policies already have been discussed Between Harding and his advisers it is said. Other Subj v to have been brought up including labor foreign Trade merchant Marine and the Tariff senator i Edge and Brandegee Are understood to be helping the nominee on i letter of acceptance. Senator fall new Mexico has discussed policies with Harding and senator Smoot Utah has talked Over reclamation train Lea ves rails Aberdeen. S. D. Train no. I East bound o ast crack passenger train known a the a wrecked near a u Tau a. West of Here yesterday evening eleven coaches left the rails All remaining upright except the mail and baggage cars passengers in the Day coaches suffered minor bruises when thrown about in the cars but no serious injuries were reported. President of Carroll quits by Ralph Couch o Var Ualk Denver today was selected As the meeting place of the 1921 convention of the american federation of 1,0bor. The convention will be held in june 1921. The contest was Between Birmingham. Ala. And Denver. The vote was Denver 24,047 birding Ham 12,411. William o Shea Louisville representing the Kentucky state federation of labor was unanimously chosen Delegate to the Canadian trades and la Bor Congress. Shea is a member of the Painter a Union. Organizer Nhor of the United states is armed for an aggressive year in the world of Polit Ira economies and Industry As a result of the. Program framed at the convention directed by the Veteran skill of president Samuel compera re elect d for the 3th time members of the federations executive Council planned adjournment to Rush Back to Headquarters at Washington to Tegen translating the program into action. This program is embodied in a eerie of resolutions Aud reports adopted by the 54 delegates. Through the program four million organized workers Are ready to sound these demands to employers autocracy in Industry will not be tolerated. Abandon the fight to establish tha open shop. The right to strike never must be de Nied. Advance wages whenever necessary to maintain the american Standard of ii . Establish the six hour Day if necessary to prevent unemployment. Give the worker a share in tha management in question of hours wages and working conditions. Punish profiteers in food shelter shoes and clothes. Give up thoughts of compulsory arbitration labor never will refuse arbitration when voluntary. Accept i Bingly the demands of workers to organize and bargain code timely through representatives of their own choosing. To political parties pledge non a interference through injunctions. Endorse government ownership of railways. Repeal the Esch Cummins transportation act. Fight legislation denying the right to strike and providing for compulsory arbitration. Enact a child labor Law which shall be proof against Legal attack. Jail the profiteers. Reduce living costs through adoption of labor s six principles. Ratification of the peace treaty with its labor provisions. Hands off in Mexico to permit the free development of their sovereignty by the mexican people. Behind this program org nixed labor stand with undivided front the convention demonstrated despite defeats administered to president and other official it various time. Innumerable duties were Laid on the executive Council by the convention in carrying out the program for the it ear. They include building up a Kyo percent organization of steel worker. Charge Gimbel with gouging first Aid to Westward Demoor a to san Francisco or. And mrs. Delegate about to leave for the democratic National convention can obtain herewith some inkling of what to put in their trunk and what they will be up against when they get to san Francisco. A brisk walk of 15 minutes Down Market Street will take or. Delegate from the Palace hotel where the National committal holds Forth to the auditorium. But he must Cross Market Street. With four parallel Street car Tinas Down which runs practically very car tha City possesses Market Street is a terror to the visiting pedestrian. Soon a will Isar however that scattered her and there a Little safety zones where autos dare not Whiz and clanging Street cars do not intrude. The Hasty walk from the Palace hotel to the auditorium will not cause mrs. Del stats any discomfort for though the Sun will be shining the air Wilt be Cool and bracing. The Democrat who looked on the scenes at Chicago will find san Francisco s Breeze and the fog at night make this City something new in the convention line. So bring the Light overcoat and discard the Straw hat if you want to. Of mrs. Delegate wishes to make or. Delgata comfortable a he should slip a Cap into his grip. Each afternoon from off the Golden Gate Springs up a Trade wind that sweeps through san Francisco. It is some wind Hare is a tip of mrs. Delegate. Let her bring some coloured specs for the old of he should visit any of the beaches the dazzling whiteness of California limbs might make him uncomfortable. A uninstructed Quot delegates might easily be stampeded by one of California s Mermaid demonstrations. Democrats in dark on candidates big convention fight to come on question of planks belief Cox opposed by dry faction w urges embargo on Export Coal Washington Secretary Daniel of the Navy announced today that a had appointed maj. Gen. John a. Lejeune who commanded the second division of marines and infantry in the 1 War a major general commandant of the Marine corps to succeed Genera Barnett. Daniel praised Lejeune record or the War and declared the appointment is no reflection on general Barnett. Appointment of Lejeune was derided upon immediately after the close of the War according to Damiels. A general Barnett a the right to retire As a major general i present rank or remain in the service a a Itri Gadier Daniels said. A a Barnett told me he had not decided which course he would report Kaiser seriously ill berlins a dispatch from the Hague to the Neue bad Lee he inde Zeitung quoting a Quot trustworthy i source Quot said the former Kaiser was seriously ill at i it porn. No co Tirma new York Frederick a. Gimbal millionaire store owner a arrested today on a charge of proffering Gimbel and two of Hilt associates were held in 1,000 Hail referred with violation of the i it ver act. When arraigned before United state being considered commissioner Samuel Hitchcock Gim been head of the j he i declared he a unaware that Price had been raised by i subordinate in the store. Department of Justice agent swore that in one Case a $5 suit was sold for $20. There were four counts in the charge. Gimbel a vice president of Gimbel Bros. The company today gave out the following statement c to i of it a Etc of it/1 Vyp win la complaint j / Ai a. Ca a c. J u Ivil la Aga n of la proper . We do a a a a. Knowhow Ever that we have alway Waukesha a or. Herbert p. Houghton president of Carroll College has announced his resignation to to cume effective july i. At a meeting of the Board of director it wits stated several applications for the position Are or. Houghton has school for two years. He May accept a chair at the uni a verify of Wisconsin. He is a distinguished scholar having graduated. From Amherst and John Hopkins. Outlaw w rail a y Philadelphia outlaw Oil Way strike were resumed Here today. Leaders claimed 2.ooo men have quit work on Idle b amp q., Pennsylvania and Reading lines. They claimed freight traffic is completely tied up on the Reading and to he Pennsylvania. The Reading claimed its service Faith freight and passenger san Normal. The Pennsylvania said some freight Crew were out but passenger service was not impaired. The b. In o. Claimed its service is tried to More than live up to eminent Lii gov Philipp appeals to Palmer to insure Wisconsin shipments an urgent Appeal i made by gov e. L. Philipp to attorney general a Mitchell Palmer in a Telegram today for immediate Relief for Wisconsin Coal shortage. The governor declares Coal shipments i must not be deferred until fall a i transportation facilities will then be j even More overloaded than now. He urge an embargo on Export Coal. The Telegram from the governor says Wisconsin and other Northwestern state Are facing Amott ser iou Coal shortage. The ajl rail Supply is not adequate and the indication Are that when crops begin to move the Quantity of All rail Coal made available will be materially reduced owing to shortage of motive Power and equipment. There is a shortage of cargoes received at Lake Michigan it and the head of the lakes a received Only 476, to ton to june Aret As against 1,693,000 to the same Date last year. Tike people of Wisconsin must be Given a Supply of Coal and Minnesota and the Dakotas which rely upon the a the source of Supply Are in the same situation. It will not do to defer these shipment until fall. Because we May j reasonably expect that our trim Portal Ion facilities will he even i More overloaded at that season than at present. The situation i i serious and i awk you in behalf of i the people of this Section to give us Relief. I respectfully suggest that it would be the part of Wisdom to place an embargo on exp port Coal until our own people Are supplied. Police chief goes to prison Indianapolis Edgar Schmitt chief of the Evansville police today a sentenced to two year in Atlanta Federal prison and fined $2 too and costs for complicity in the Evansville a whisky ring Quot conspiracy. Mon was obtainable. I u Nailhead. Sinn seiners in raid on marines students taken in raid fined Dublin sinn seiners attacked the coast guard station at skin Bercen bombarding it with machine gun and Rifle Are. The Marine had anticipated the attack and were prepared no casualties. Leonard fat. Walde and James h Hile jr., two Superior students at the University were fined $50 each for disorderly conduct by Superior judge a c. Hoppmann yesterday. They were apprehended wednesday there were night at the Stag hotel with two mad i son girl. A Hington a administration democrats were leaving Washington for san Francisco today frankly in the dark a to candidate but with very definite plan a to planks for the democratic platform. The uncertainty a to candidacies resulted from announcement of William g. Mcadoo s decision not to allow hit name to go before the democratic convention. That president Wilson might have to throw the Admi Nisi ration strength behind some candidate to avoid a Long deadlock in the convection we regarded a probable. President Wilson s interview with the Prev York world supplementing i previous endorsement of the Virginia democratic platform left no uncertainty a to the policies the administration democrats will seek. Drys oppose Cox i pm or rata Here deck red govt. James m. Co with Mcadoo withdrawal would get the democratic nomination Early of it were not for the opposition of w. J. Bryan Anil other dry. There was talk of an attempt to get Cox and Bryan together by having co declare for a Law enforcement Plank. Democrat expected co would carry new York. New Jersey and Ohio and j Tho demm Ratic solid South on a Light i wine and la her Plank. The. Movement of Carter Glass which Mcadoo supporter started apparently Llo to momentum shortly after it got under Way. Glue pointed to the weak a spot of his candidacy when he said he lived in a Section a which is relied upon to furnish the Etc Coral votes but not the it also was pointed out that Mcadoo strength came from labor and that glans could not How to inherit this. The name of Secretary of stats Colby a also on a number of democratic he and there a a spurt in the. Talk of John w. Davis ambassador to great Britain. Third term rumours the Mcadoo withdrawal coming on the Heel of the Wilson interview brought a revival of report that president Wilson would seek a third term. Two democratic senators denied that Wilson would seek a third term and declared that the report were started to injure Wilson. Both the a senators Are clo Quot to the White House. Senator Ola of is slated to head the Resolution committee on which administration lickers believed they to assured a majority of the members. The Glass platform Calls for nit i Al cation cd of the treaty a without Reserve Mon which injure its essential integ. Rity a condemn the Republican Oon Green praises Wilson Calls for a reduction in the Cost of living and de Clare agonist a so Kiter Bonus. Still in the making Are the prohibition and labor planks. See Long a r the san Htun buy a Tai tile of ii hot a in the Ike Macradd National convention to decide the presidential Nomine a forecast today no the widely scattered apportionment of Delegate on the initial vote became apparent. It it of the 1,092 delegates Only 390 had been instructed by tata convention or primaries. These wet divided among the following candidates and non Candida is attorney general a Mitchell Palm or. 104 gov. James m. Co. 74 her to Ert Hoover 36 Bree tary e. T. Moro h Isth. 26 senator g4a�?, 24 gov. De j Ward 26 Kenai or Sam drum .44 i Berta tar Robert Gwen. 20 Hen Luff i ii Ber Hitchcock 16 hone r s i Tau linings 14 James w. Gerald to wifi. J. Bryan to we. G. Mcadoo. 10. I of presented Hoover a can i la to for the a publican presidential n out i a Ion probably would get All of Michigan s 30 votes on the first ballot mors t Tutti he obtained at any time during the Republican convention by virtue of h King carried Tho presidential primary in that state before to repudiated the democratic party. Vote for Hoover William of Gonnolly National committeeman is since confirmed tha i fact that Michigan will vote first for Hoover. A palmers bad in instructed delegates it wan threatened because of the contest j filed by Tom Watson Over Georgia i 28 delegates a Tho Only i get Moo ratio contest flied to Date. Owing to the two thirds Rule lit democratic convenient 728 votes arg necessary for a Choice. Another Factor rescinded As indicative of a Long session was the fact that sentiment had failed to a rental Izz about candidates sufficiently to give the Dulo Gattea w Rau it in Poult
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