Madison Wisconsin State Journal (Newspaper) - March 15, 1920, Madison, WisconsinWEA TH ER
COLDER Theism Ie Journal CITYEDITION
/O L 134, NO. 165. 81 �t Year. MADISON, W IS., M ONDAY AFTERNOON MARCH 15 ,1920 . TW ELVE PAGES PRICE TW O CENT�
LODGE RESERVATION ADOPTED
W A S H IN G T O N -T h e senate today adopted Jhe Lodge substitute reservation on A rticle T en on the League of N ations covenant. T he vote w as 56 to 24 . T he senate rejected the F reylinghausen reservation. T he vote w as 17 to 59 , on ly Republican and D em ocratic irreconcilables supporting it. T he vote show ed that W adsw orth, Sutherland and F reylinghuysen have joined the Republican irreconciliables, as they have been threatening. F o llow in g rejection o f the Freylinghuysen reservation,
Kirby, A rkansas, D em ocrat, introduced a resolution to w hich 4 0 D em ocrats had pledged their votes. T he resolution w as defeated , 31 to 4 5 . Kirby fo llow ed d efea t o f the
reservation by offering the T aft reservation.FOUR YANKS OIE Forty Democrats also had agreed to support this
. . . _ . reservation. It was quickly voted down by the sen-IN BARRACKS FIRE ate
Concerning reports that he had received a letter
V l a d i v o s t o k b l a z e ^ ^ t a l j from President Wilson rejecting the Lodge substi- N ^J AJlY�. I 0
.tute reservation, Senator Hitchcock today said that
ARREST 2 SCHOOL
BOYS AS AUTO AND
O FFIC E ROBBERS
B L A Z E
S A IL O R S K I L L E D IN
A C C ID E N T
Leslie Carr, U. W . High Student, Confesses
Burglaries in Business District, Police
S ay; John Lancaster Held in Con�
nection W ith Theft of Cars;
Stolen Checks Returned
WASHINGTON-Four American rn
limed men were frilled in a fire which
rom Dieted y destroyed a barrackt of
United States troops at Vladivostok
March A, t,he war department was ad -
vised today by General Graves.
The names of the men were.
A lexander V . Labeau , 412 T h ir �
ty Seven th street, O akland , Cal.
M errill D. M artin , mother, M rs.
M a ry M. M artin , Tu lsa , Okla.
Ju l iu s W . M orris, cousin, R ay
Goodm an, Ridgefield, N . J .
Ja m es A. B ran tle y , F itzgerald ,
I E S M K C A R R , 19-vcar-o ld Chiegjro boy , s tu d e n t d i v e r m i s h a p f a t a l. , , 1T. v- i t i KAN DIEGO, Cal.-The destroyer.it th o I IU Varsity o f \V isconsin (Mph Sbhool. Woolsey was en route today lo th*'
. _ T ^ ---------- .submarine
maim to d a y , .John L an caster , 17-ycar-old E vans- crew' were killed in an accident, ac-
rn: boy, a student at the R.nd.11 .school, was e,un- STTT
portM Jlh� n i. , " . ., here which rave no details.
ok RUI p iaoo fit ( arr s SKIP. f&n a it watrr in the batteries of too
v .J, .T, M cM anam y en tered plo-aa o f boat requited in formation of chorine
l h . y o o t ln . t� h n ic � ll j r r h .r p M w ith W""" "* * ,h"
T h . o.hrr vlcttm . w, r,:
H. N. G ila*, m ach in ist's m ats.
Joseph Koffm an, saaman,
M. H . De La ma rn o, seam an.
It w as a s s u m e d f r o m m eager d is �
patches that, when the ga* waa g e n �
erated, the com m ander ordered I he
.7UIV4 , | t U l
he had not received such a letter but had "verified
his bel ief that the president would not accept the
W. J. Bryan w as expected at the capitol during the day to urge D em o�
crat4! to disregard W ilton'* v iew and accept either of the Ixslg* reservation*.
H itchcock m ay offer an arm idment late today to the Lodge substitu te, pro�
viding that for ten years after ratification o f the treaty, the reservation on
Article Ten shall not apply to m atters affecting the territorial integrity or p o �
ll t i a! I n d e p e n d e n c e of F r a n c ', Belgium , Italy, Czech o -Slow akin or Jugo-S lav ia ,
A sim ilar proposal w as rejected by the senate last Novem ber.
K> nator King. Utah, then presented a new su bstitu te, sta ting the u n der�
standing "of the United Staten of Article Ten." It was rejected w ithou t roll call.
Senator Kimmons followed K ing with a reservation providing that the
United S tates would use its friendly offices, but not its men. m oney or resources
to protect other nations or help settle controversies betw een nation*.
S.m m ons said he <!<' that the United S tates would e s c a p e ob! gation to uee its army o r navy! Sew icty wom en at social gathering*
under Article Ten "or any other articles o f the treaty." The am endm ent w as I In Pari* knew o f troop Mailings before
defeated 22 to 65
IS to 40.
Kena'or Simmon* subsGtuto for the Lodge reservation
"GODGOODTOUS," BELIEVE REVOLT IN
d e c la r e s SIMS GERMANY DOOMED;
PROTECT TROOP SH IP S EARLY
IN W AR, ASSERTIO N
W ASHING TO N - The Am erican >
navy wa* pictured a* being utterly I
unprepared to m eet a Germ an raid on
troop ships early in the war. by Hear j
Admiral W illiam S. Sim s today.
'G od wa* good to u*," Sim* Raid, j
.luring his testim on y before the su b �
com m ittee o f the senate naval affairs,
conducting an inquiry into the navy's
Senator H ee l read cab les to show
the navy departm ent w as relying on
the grand fleet to cope w ith any G er�
man rsiders "until the I tilted State*
Sim s declared he w as "horrified" at
lack of precautions d iscovered c o n �
cerning troop m ovem ent* and asserted
that the first transjm rl* reached
France safely largely through "good
lock." Inadequate arrangem ents were
mad*- for destroyer escort through the
V on Kappa Only Hope Lie* in Organization o f
Purely Prussian Cabinet, B elief; Majority
of Elements Repudiate Militarist
R egim e; Elections to Reich�
stag, April 11
J J A K IS
BY HENRY WOOD
Latent information from Germany, re-
r e iv e d by th e F ren ch fo r e ig n office, in d ic a te s t h ^
re v o lu t io n a r y m o v em en t o f D ic ta to r V on K ap p is
d o o m ed to fa ilu re ,
The majority socialists, dem ocrat*! an d ev en
s u b s t i t u t e f o r S i m m o n s ' r e s e r v a t i o n , w h i c h w a * d e f e a t e d .
;hcn w.tM rejected.
H A D K IC K IN IT
DKS MOI NKS The office force of
the Anti Halo*in L eague here held a
fudge jMirty. Tho next day two s te n �
ographer* aud a bookkeeper failed to
appear for duty.
W th the arrest of these b o ' s, Chief of Police
Thomas Shauplincfwy believes the mystery of a
chain r f Madison office robberies in January and
February, rn which tenants of the (Jay building.
Badger annex and Washington block were victims, I KA A Y R F F t I H C F
md th theft of four automobiles within the last |
three davit, has been solved.
CONFESSED, POLICE SAY
According to Thief Shaughnessy, the two boys
confessed Sunda) to the theft of ihe automobiles,
while Carr admitted lf) office jobs in which safes
were opened, and l ib er ty bonds, checks, rash and
I 'n r e n ts of th e boy* h a v e been notifi n\. NO JAZZ, N O WOR K , LI. S. Supreme Court Grants "Pull Together", Appeal to
Meanwhile, Madison relatives of young Iianeaster, S E R V A N T SLOGAN
p�mong them J. N . Dahm, university instructor,; ______
have conferred with Chief Shaughnessy.
NEW JERSEY HOOVER FOLK
WET ACTION ORGANIZING
IS ADMITTED FO R D R I V E
T O L K XU "Has lh* fam ily a phono-
" I have n o th in g to s a v " , sa id y o u n g C arr w hen iind do Play jam record*
, , , * * in the querv at an em ploym ent bureau
Plea for Institution of Suit
Progressive Voters; Eastern
a n d Western Head�
her* "No jazz; no work
be 'he slogan
S W A T B Y COURT
questioned thus morning.
Burglar!** lo which Carr confessed, according
to Chief Shaughnessy, anil articles and cash taken.
fnii.�w: Madison lea th er Good* company, six bill
folds, $5 cash; Geislcr Insurance company. $10 in
stampK, $500 Liberty bond, $10 ca sh ; Neckerraan
Insurance company, bank books, K. J. Fisher,
cheeks, $50 cash; II. J. Dahmen, checks, $15 cash;
Creal Northern Life; C II. Sanderson, checks, in- supremo court today aiiow.-d to stand
i i* D . i j .- i ii .. j - decision* of the low * suprem e courtG'c "?upremecourt today grunted th* app li�cation o f N sw Jersey to in �
stitute a su it in th* hitch tribunal a t �
tacking constitutional prohibition.
Th** court granted th� stat� perm is�
sion lo flic a bdl o f com plaint against
w i m n w , a i n u d 11 i i I federal governm ent official* chainedW ASHINGTON By d o s s i n g ar I enforcem ent of prohibition
ppeal for want of Jurisdiction the | Th( prJ , ^ dm g. Hr" .im U sr to tfcose
brought by Hhode Island, now a w a it�
ing Anal decision.
Chief Justice W hite asked the g o v �
ernment and New Jersey lo ezpedite
argum ent In th is case, expecting Anal
B Y H A R R Y B. H U N T
NKW YORK O rganization work to
put H erbert Hoover definitely before
lh� country a* the man behind whom
the progr. -iHtie Miters should unite is
boing begun here under the direction
of Ka!pit Arnold o f Ixia Angeles, R e�
publican, m ining engineer and ir rsonal
friend o f H ooter .
E astern headquarter* for the ''Make
H oover President" c rrT rtr�* of n**w i n * ba*been constructed in the li-Jglnn n a �
tl mal foundry st L iege and has ast on
lam Harte, among them th** $500 1 **hed artillery experts The speed ofi , |ner
new device* em ployed, It is
Liberty bood taken from the Geislcr office and the J*** -* ,nrn"*,'nrt 40 p*rcen
drawing inatrumcnta taken from ('laude anti Htarck.
CAUGHT W ITH CAR
Shortly before midnight, the boys were arrested
b\ Patrolman Castle as they were driving a car,
alleged to have I .en stolen, cast on Winnebago
street. The car which they arc accused of taking
uhs OM ncd by C. J Radtkc, 425 West Gorham street
manager of the �L fferson Transfer company, who
had left the machine in front of Christ Presbyterian
W E A T
d e c i s i o n on the Rhode LLund and o t h e r Hoover B readen! club wa* organized,
and central headquarters Witt be o p �
ened in Chicago before April I.
Aa the first step in building up a
nation-w ide, cohesive organization,
dedicated to the support o f the H oover
candidacy. Arnold is ca lling on Hoover
supporters and H oover c lu bs and o r �
ganization s "verywhrrv to register
with hi* national headquarters.
W I L L U N IT E C L U B S
To date there has been no national
or central c r r m la i'iiin through which
the scattering Hoover clubs, organized
In m any Mate* and district*, could be
In addition to bringing together u n �
der th is central organisation the lio o v -
(T urn to page i . colum n l j
M ARKESAN TRIAL
SET FOR MARCH 25
Poth buys carried .'�2 calibre revolvers aud Carr
had a dangerous hunting knife, it is said.
Captain Harry Davenport found the ear of
I! IL Stark, stolen Thursday night on East Dayton
street, at the foot of North Park street Saturday
t gilt. The Ford coupe of ll. J. Findorff was also
t ken Thursday night hut recovered on East Day�
ton street. Another Ford belonging to the Lake
Forest Land company aas stolen Wednesday night
but recovered on*- mile ea^t of Madison
\S hen questioned by Chief Shaughnessy yester�
day. ( arr told him that he had mailed back practi�
cally all of the stolen checks. Some of the victims
among them the Menges Oakwood avenue pharmacy
informed Chief Shaughnessy that the stolen checks
had returned in th*1 mails. This had not been re-
ported to the police previously. Carr is also al
icged to have told an attorney yesterday that he
was advised by some other boys to try to pass some
mf the cheeks, but was afraid. Investigations arc
tinder way to link other youths with the robberies.
Unsettled tonight and
Coldsr Tuesday. Southw est to west
> .uncial Report bp ti. S. W eather
M u r r a i n
C i t y T e m p e r a t u r e P r e o i p i t a t i o n
M i g ' t a t l o w e s t 24 h o u r s
I e n t e r d a y I a ui t n i g h t t o 7 a. in
M a d i s o n . . . . 44 40 0
M it W a u k e e . . 4 A 31 0
C h i c a g o . . . . 60 42 a
G r e e n B a y . . 4* a
W a u i a u . . . . 4 J! 3 s 0
1 m i o t b ........... 39 Sd 0
Mi l i i e a p o l t * 4 � 4 0 "
I - t C r o s s e . . . 4 2 e
D u b u q u e . . . . 48 44 0
At 4i 111 S O V VA K A T H I . II
i s # - T e m p e r R e l a t i v e W i n d f ' l o u d i -
u * r d a y a l u r e H u m i d i t y V e j o c i t y n e s s
N o o n . . 42 58 I I no
" p m . 41 79 12 IOO
T o d a y
7 a rn. . 4& S I 18 IOO
N o o n . 54 Kl 44 t o o
, r a l r e a d y a r g u e d w o u l d tx d e
layed unlit the New Jersey suit is
The governm ent then asked that the
N w eeks ago. holding
the Voiatead law un coastitutionai, wa*
appealed by I ho governm ent.
naval officials and e n te r a l Pershing so in o section* of the reactionary c lcm ciltA have re-
werr aware o f them , Sim s declared. - - *
Mims declared the navy departm ent
used an outw orn peace tim e code,
even a fter he w arned that the (her�
man* knew the key
Failure to Bink m any transports wa*
due largely to the desire o f the G er�
man* not -undu ly to em bitter the
United States. Mims though;.
. Mailing o f the bret destroyer wa*
published In palier* in Berlin four days
before the sh ips a. tuftily reached
Q ueenstown. Mims Maid.
WONDER IF ALL
O F 'E M H AVE IT
A S O K A . M inn.-Three autom obile
load* of bandit* entered the sta te a s y �
lum early today and r e c s |>ed w ith 80
case* o f liquor.
W. M. WILLIAMS
W ASHINGTON - W illiam Martin
W illiam s, solicitor for the departm ent
of agriculture, has been �how ji by
Pr-sid.-nt W ilson to be camini**toner
of internal revenue, it waa announced
at the w hite house today.
W illiam s wa* horn in Georgia, He
I* a graduate o f Harvard law school
and practiced in N ew York until 1917
wlten he becam e a depart meat .ti so -
I Th� nom ination probably will go lo I
' th� senate today. W illiam s succeed*
I Daniel C. Hoper, w hose resignation be- I
come* effective March SI.
I W illiam* i* a native* o f A labam a and I
J has *een several y ea rs of federal serv- I
I .. " - i
E L PASO Joseph A W illiam *. I
Amor.can m ining engineer arrived | , . .
J her** to d ay fo llow ing hi* re le a se by I nO U flfP il n f i lc |t i i l \
i I ranclsca Villa, w ho todfr W illiam s | T h e c o u n c i l ,
1 prisoner a t the hold up of a M exican
Uentral train n e a r C orralitos on
March 4 , m a tis
'?Villa treated mc Ane, said nothing
about ransom , and his men actually
I.-tit rn.* m oney w ph wht pla> DAKIS DiM'Ht
t>oker " said W illiam * "Villa at
peared fat and wa* well dressed ."
pu throw Germany* into
LONDON Alfred Kym�* explained
to th* police that th� reason he took
'iff all hi* cloth''* on th� street lay in
the fai t that ho had lost his money.
I was looking for it," said h*.
C H I C A G O R e t u r n o f full e n g i n e e r �
i n g corp* to the railroads probably
m eans renew al o f railw ay con stru c�
tion ai cording to K. K. Bennett, ch ief
engineer o f the St. I -oui* anil NL nm -
ai*)! s ro a d , lo u sy .
B ennett a t t e n d in g the a n n u a l m
wa* postponed until March 21.
D istrict Attorney 61 J. pau l hr id he
will tie ready to "go through" with Ihe
Snow-24 hr*. 0 inches On grouuU
H ighest tem perature 44 st C a rn.
Lowest tem perature 4* at 2 a in
Mean temperature yesterday 36 Nor�
Total precipitation sine# Jan I, 3 43
in. Normal 4 IO In
TOI) A I IV OTI! HH I KA It 4
Warmest In t*Rt, (S.*
c o l d e s t in 1900, 3
W attest in 189*. 24 tnehe*.
Sun *r''* ,,rnahly established b% tho deposed Ebert govern-
DOUBLE ARMED FORCES
France has decided on this stand, it was said,,
despite the tact that Herr Mayer, German charge
ti affaires here, act nip under instructions from Von
Hamel in Berlin, notifi