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Madison Wisconsin State Journal (Newspaper) - May 1, 1920, Madison, Wisconsin
Badder weather fair tonight sunday increasing cloudiness. Light variable winds becoming southerly sunday. City edition eight pages vol. 135, no. 31. 81 St , wis., saturday afternoon May i 1920. Price three cent Louis Krueger at Bay in swam rep. Caucus in turmoil Over Bonus Soldier Aid legislation faces further delay As House republicans fail endorse Bill w Ashi Qto n Soldier Aid legislation in Colima today j indefinite delay due failure of House Hgt Ubl Cana. Meeting in caucus last nigh endorse the j Bonus Bill a reported from the ways j and Means co men it re out sex Ken dissatisfaction against j several features of the measure broke j suddenly in the Republican ranks. As a result All plans Force the Bill through Tho House monday have been abandoned. Republican leaders admitted it probably will be impossible pass the measure the Nab both houses before lha . Recess Early in june. I. Of the session was a . N t., u. Preventative Fordney Achipan chairman of the ways and Means committee in which he charged his party associate with cowardice in not acting on the measure. He wanted action then and there but the opposition the Hill was too great and an adjournment was taken subject the Call of the caucus chairman. Sixty eight Republican signed round Robin opposing the sales tax peopled in the Bill and ii was evident that with this Gri at dissension the caucus would not endorse the measure in its present form. Five optional plans the Soldier Relief Hill As drawn up by the Way and Means committee con j gains Fivi optional plans for payment. Of adjusted compensation As follows adjusted service pay at $1.25 for each Day s service in sex Ess of sixty Days Between april 5, 1917. And Jan. I. I #20. Axtens of vocational training atii.75 for Ach Day s attendance on a course of instruction declared suitable by tile Federal Board for education. Purchase or improvements of City or Yih Urhan Homes with compensation at Lite rate of $1.75 for each Day s service. Issuance of paid up insurance at the rate of $1.75 for each Day s service. Such issuance will be payable Twenty years after issued or in ease of death i Tana could be obtained at any Lime after two years. Establishment of a Quot National Veteran settlement Hoard composed of the Secretary of the Interior and four Mcm items Ive appointed by the president at least three of whom shall be for Mer men which would be authorised make Loans service men not exceed mgl it 0 or reclamation and development of farm lands. Four Revenue plans revenues pay the compensation for which it is estimated $1,800,000,000 will he required would be raised by four plans As follows increase cd sur taxes of i per tent on net incomes Between and $10,-000 2 per cent incomes ii when $10. 000 and $26 too. And .7 per cent on incomes Alcove $26,000 Fine per cont on retail sales be paid by those making the Aalt and apply in Case of All sales contract Sand leases whenever made. Tax on stocks and i Ond sales Ort transfers at one fifth of i per cent on i the Market value. Tax on produce sex Bange transactions at the Sam. of 25 cents each for each $50 of the total amount of sales or sell lands tenements or other property. To a a i on various i my. Of cigars tobacco and manufactured products ranging from 15 per cent 66 per cent depending on the Grade and a tax of $1 per thousand on Cigar ets. Taxes imposed under the Bill would become effective Lier. I 1920 commissioned officers in the army or j Btu. Be corps above the Grade of Cap Tam and lieutenants in the Navy and coast guard would not receive compensation and enlisted men absent from their commands because of furloughs would not be paid for the period it their absence. Tubers tempted include civilian of flyers or employees in any Branch of the military or naval forces contract sur Couk. Coast guard cadets and members of the Reserve officers training corps. Those entering Hie service after the armistice and those enlisting Liefer a declaration of War anti for a 1 period extending beyond nov. La. 1918. A would la excluded the Federal farm loan Board would is tailed upon upon the desirability of any land investment. Mrs. Archie Roosevelt is arrested hic ago mrs. Archibald. Roosevelt daughter in Law of the late col. Roosevelt was detained Friday by a traffic policeman at the Point of a revolver because her automobile did have a License tag. Mrs. Roosevelt was hurrying a Railroad station take a Tram for new York. As the car came a Stop the officer pulled open the car door and demanded Quot who Are Youfu Quot i am mrs. Archibald Roosevelt a replied the occupant who was accompanied by her two children and a maid. Quot related Teddy i suppose a and the officer grinned sarcastically. Quot yes i am his daughter in Law and mrs. Roosevelt produced her card and other articles which proved her Stateler. Mrs. Roosevelt was released but the chauffeur was taken police Headquarters. He explained that the License plate on his car had been lost. Wil son t0bed coup fails mov7�s threaten up in n r or materialize kill spoken drama veto peace Resolution adoption of Knox measure conceded by Hitchcock Many democrats vote with g. O. P. Strike situation through out country on May Day Best in weeks bulletin Chicago waiters bus boys and Cooks at leading Chicago hotels walked out on strike today following the refusal of hotel proprietors Grant their demands for a 35 per cent wage increase and recognition of their Union. Hotels affected include the Blackstone South Shore auditorium Congress and Lasalle. Magnates control spreads As new purchases Are reported in film world x the the. Normals ask increased pay Wah Hing n adoption of Knox peace Resolution by Nevate was conceded today by i senator Hitchcock who win Lead the opposition. He expected president Wilson veto it however. Quot my expectation is that it will pans i by a strictly party vote and that the president will veto it a Hitchcock Slid today. Quot the Resolution is a mighty Wajc affair and some of its provisions Are absolutely the peace Resolution will come up in j the Senate wednesday senator Lodge Republican Leader announced. Many join g. O. P senator Underwood democratic i Leader stated he would Back senator Hitchcock in any moves he May deem Wise thus leaving the Nebraska senator who handled the treaty fight in virtual charge of the opposition the peace Resolution by h. P. Burton Kwh York the american theater is in a death grapple with the american motion picture in Justry. And certain authoritative observers declare that the United states j May soon awake find itself without la single new play of real Merit on the Washington the general strike j boards called for May Day failed material this. They further predict will be ize reports government depart Jehly the beginning of the strangulation Mem today showed. Of our native spoken drama by the in the strike situation throughout the eloping movies which will soon Dic country is better than it Lias been for j a of character of a very stage in weeks according Hugh win text aliment produced in tins country director of the Bureau of conciliation f newly made movie magnates Richer labor department. By countless millions than the old time Kerwin was in Possession of reports i producers of our theatrical fare have show ing that in the week ending last j suddenly become the masters of Broad night fewer strikes were reported i the department than in the previous j two weeks. Chiefs in stage film armageddon at 1 15, the Justice department had i received no exports of May Day Dis i Turba nees. According Secretary Hunt at the office of attorney general pal a Mer. Quot the Industrial situation As indicated by the attitude of labor. Appears i quite encouraging a a said Kerwin. J Quot the strikes of the Railroad yardman and the Coastwise longshoremen Are regents decide upon request come before special session increased pay for Normal school teachers librarians and other employees for 192a-21 will be asked of the Wisconsin legislature when it convenes in special session. This was determined at a meeting of Normal school regents in the Capitol yesterday. The regents unanimously adopted a proposal Quot that a request be made of the legislature if a special session is called increase Normal school a number of let Emo rats Are sex pc Ted now in the w a of adjustment and the a join republicans in voting for thelk neral situation appears be Clear measure. Among them ire senator of Reed Missouri and senator Walsh j troops on guard Massachusetts. I Hartford. guard Quot i do not see How the democratic party can afford oppose the peace senator Walsh said it would amount opposing peace a second Lenroot in air whether i Odge will be Able hold his party associates in line for the Knox Resolution a it now stands was in doubt today. Senator i Root Wisconsin one of the mild preservationists declared he is not yet ready announce his position senator Mocumber North Dakota another mild reservation is expected a Ubati-1 War at salaries for the year 1920-21.�?� no amount was specified. The re i move his own Resolution As gents will take this up with the joint Lute. It does not declare the vocational finance committee. A had but merely directs resumption i the special session will be called a a rom Mereial relations. Within a few weeks with the rental report before him and other important matters be included in the Call prepared gov. Philipp is preparing his Call and message the request for additional pay Normal school teachers and employees is certain be included As governor Philipp has expressed himself in favor of increased teachers salaries. Not guilty is Bisbee verdict lip stick chalks death message Chicago a red lip stick was used by Marie William write her death message Ehe was tired of singing and dancing for a living tired of Rouge and the lipstick. She left a party i and went Home and opened a Gas Jet. The janitor who found her body on 1 the floor and a in stage. Written with 1 a lip Tsick. On a Mirror. Quot have no Pencil. Tell Mother i am i at her Mother mrs s. I. Williams a Wilmington. De., was notified. By D. Tracy Tombstone Ari the Bisbee deportation trial was at an end today. It closed last night with a verdict acquitting a defendant Harry Wooton of kidnapping Fred >1�?T. Brown one of 1.182 men deported from Rahee Columbus. A m., on july 12. 1917. The verdict was reached on the first ballot. The a Cowboy jury had been out an Ever two hours. Today. County prosecutor Robert n French whose conduct of the Case has made him a popular hero in Tombstone was arranging put 159 defendants under joint indictment on trial on june 7. French announced he would press this Rase with vigor despite Winton # acquittal hut would not press any individual Case until Tho outcome of the Blanket Case was determined. De tec Tives Are Mil Waukee theft suspects ration Coal new York Lime Tod i David j. Haines private detectives of Milwaukee this Cliv is forced Montreal were being held Here today i ration Ila Coal Supply. A fuel regu Ion suspicion of complicity in the that i lation committee with Powers con of $5,000, Worth of Liberty Bonds and i tool the consumption of Coal is be i other securities from Wall Street firms Grga nixed monday. It will he vested Here several months ago. With Power somewhat similar those held by the War time fuel administrator. Stoughton is track Winner Stoughton ii at h school today defeat cd Mildton and Wisconsin highs in a triangular track Kiel held meet a i Camp Randall. The Wagon City squad scored 57 1-3 Points Madison. 511-6 and Wisconsin High. 26oint. Stoughton won through strength in the i Field event. Nip plot Arm Sonora rebels u. S. Ship sinks off Mexico St. Louis a plot furnish Obre Genista revolutionists in Mexico with american arms was walked Here today. According an alleged confession by Manuel Pietro who said he was the former mayor of Juarez and member of the mexican Congress. Pietro taken into custody last i night with another mexican who gave san f Ranu i Suot the Steamer san i Hub name. A Raymond r. Moraln. Mateo owned by san Francisco people about $50.00b in american current a a Ink off breakwater at Sal Ai a Crux on wag found in their Possession police the weal Mexico according detectives said. Pietro said he came advices received by the Marine de Ujj. Buy arms officials said Martin it of the Al chamber of com elections off in rec today. San Antonio the mexican pres i identical elections Cath for july 6. J his Horn i have been postpone because of thae j i Tivi ties of revolutions a dispatch lift Prensa a mexican newspaper her declared today. The dispatch was from Mexico pity. Cengr a. I Lee called in exr for i Aster Tina re a name provisional i fell twelve i president assume Tiffin in la Cember David Jones j when Carranza a term expire the Dix Aune Patch declared police said Keene was proprietor of a private detective Agency in Montrea and that Haines a one of his operatives. According tile police Joseph Gluck and Edward h. Flirty also held in connection with the Bond theft disposed of some of the Bonds n Montreal through Keene and his Agency a la tic Fleet inn. Y. Harbor new York eight battleships and two destroyers from the flit entered it w York Harbor today and started up the River Anchorage Iii Fin Hudson. Heavy weather prevented tic entry of the a mire Fleet As planned. The Fleet was scheduled remain in Harbor Here two weeks permit Shore leaves fair officers and no n who have been attending Maneu vers n Southern Waters. In me old men and police guarded the Capitol Erlanger state armory and East Hartford Bridge today following a mysterious Quot tips that the structures were be blown j up by radicals. A mobilization of the troops began it 2 a. In. Under orders of colonel Charlesw Burpee of the first state guard regiment. Reserves ready i new York Quot an unusually Quirt i night was reported by police author i Hies Here today on the Alert for May Day disturbances. The entire Force of 12.000 men was j held in Reserve for duty in Case of an outbreak. Federal forces were working with the police Kelt it order. Homes of financial and Industrial leaders were closely guarded. 100.000 american reds Washington a at least 100,000 native americans hoi a membership in a Radical societies which had planned 1 demonstrations today throughout the j United states according i Vestiga a tons of Justice department secret j service agents. I the communist party alone claim a cd a membership of 25,000,�?� said Spe dial agent Keohan today. A thai in j a animation i the smallest of three i Radical organizations the i. W. We a the i communist Klaibor Patty and the socialist among themselves members of Rad it Teal societies refer their local groups i As soviets according assistant i chief Burke of the Bureau of invest gation. Quot this would indicate that at least i too soviets Are in existence in the United states according Justice officials. In new York alone More than i sixty soviets have been organised according one report the department. Other cities where Many soviets Are at work Are Chicago. Roches i ter. Philadelphia Cleveland. Seattle a and by. Louis. Observed in Europe i London British and european 1 labor today generally demonstrated it Quot i Complete Solidarity by stopping work i for 24 hours in Observance of May Daya Itic european Lala or Day. Quake shakes Illinois cities mount Vernon. Iii. Two earthquake shocks that rocked buildings were Felt Here thin morning. One lasted 15 seconds at 9 15. A Shorter be was Felt at o clock. Reports from Centralia were that similar disturbances occurred there and As far As could be Learned tremors we it Felt in most parts of Southern Illi Nois. So far As tee i damage d be Learned a done in this no a Section. Tabor Jur y Dis a Grees movie control spreads within the week the famous play i Era lanky co., already in control of the major portion of the picture product of the country has become the Holder of the purse strings of the Famou Krohman co., the John d Williams co., and George Broadhurst and Oliver Morosco. It has also proposed buy j out too Arthur Hopkins the manager i of John Barrymore As Well As the Sel i Wyns. Sam Harris. We Harris. Or. And it probably every other Broadway manager of any standing. Furthermore j the movies have now turned from the i producers the booking houses and with what approaches a half intr re St the old a a Syndicate of Klaw and Are said be making arrangements control the choicest bookings of the Shubert organisation. In a statement made after a conference of the independents. Edgar Sel Wyn said Quot of the 50 Heaters in new York not j More than Are owned by the inde i Pendents and Only five of these Are in. The hands of men who Don need movie Money and can afford tight the movie producer for the artistic Good of the american stage. Goodbye drama for if we take orders from the j movie magnates and accept plays on their motion picture merits then it is j All Over with the american drama. Quot just one thing publicity can Stop this. The drama cannot old against the great movie wealth. It can pay As tag rentals Lecause its Cost of pro. Duration is so High. The Only Way out is for the Rich people in All the cities of America build theatres in their i respective town House the spoken drama of America because they be i Lieve this drama in its Hest estate. Is j essential the artistic life of our i millions will lie pitted Ugai fast i thousands in this new War of the tile i Aire hut those holding the latter plan carry their tight All across America i and mobilize the drama Loving Public i in every great City. Only the first gun i is tired the real sensations of this National Battle for the theatre Are just i beginning come. Lasky defends films Jesse i Lasky first vice president 1 of the famous players Linky corpor j anon says in defense of the movie in i \ asian Quot the action of famous players in j helping finance plays and in securing control of various theatres is not go j into Hurt the stage but is going i help it. The fact that a play is a i untie in no Way bars it As film material on the contrary of any Broadway producer puts on a production that is artistic no matter what its i Conier Cial Success May lie. He will find j us first bid for its picture rights instead of seeking lower standards of the legitimate drama a e seek raise them. Quot dramatic critics has assailed the Atricia managers for years As having an Eye Only the Box office. These Are tile managers who have raised the american drama the dizzy Heights of the bedroom farce the Crook melodrama and the six play Aik Thuv i Are the managers who now loudly pro. J test that our concern is seeking i drag the drama Down from tins High state a i believe that whoever their probe Good plays will cumin a and poor plays fail in a name proportion its they led or failed hounds Hunt Down fugitive alleged draft evader found a Home scene of famous a a battled dudes arrest at night in will the movie magnates with their matted millions eventually dominate the spoken drama will they get Edgar Selwyn leading producer in the death grapple with the movies Here Are the principals in the movie fight Selwyn above Adolph Zukor cent Erand Jesse l. Lathy below. Order recount of Jersey vote supreme court edict follows petition of Johnson after primary defeat a Lur exactly the two workmen die of injuries Dat it 61. Mew Al Kee i May of injuries sullen Harold Tucker from a ladder arid fell from the i of warrant for Many a assailant Milwaukee distr attorn y in k. A incl today issued a warrant Harg my miss Rosa Knotx Ger with it Saul with intent kill. Her victim m ii i i is in a. Klatte clerk of civil courts. I allot three times while in his office j thursday was removed late yesterday and will recover. Detroit papers increase Price Detroit the Detroit news my the Detroit journal today announced increase in Price three cents a copy beginning monday May 3. Avn i a i in ii. M of. Saran Kim Chi urged w till. Auf a the de her a i ugly or i Maude Tat go. A at i its arty i today urn r 2 too. The try which lie id Jence Ltd gain her disagreed of hour of de by it. I Quot jury w a i Ted have it nod 8 4 ton. T lie net trial probably ail i in St item be gouges drive Many from City new Ark n att Tarder for re. Count of the it Ems i in tick Jer sey s pre Dent Iii i Pri imry we h the Huck today by it Hief. Juedel will Hirn a u in in of in new be Rai a a a pre me i court. The Ord it was i f f.4 \ a Al on Peti lion of senator la int in John no who Chil flied he a til f of r Tine pre y Wien i i preference Volf 4 h major 4 Jenera Wood thro ugh a in us s the Ort pro vide i of a a la it a riot in of the co i out it Khan of Given Wood of the re suit of r the count Doe not i change til ii real lit i he of pen he Iti in i he born by John non. The re-1 Hunt will tin i in 10 in Essex. Moi Rutn c Temh j us ter and Gap May count he j it fill non St. A Over the Ipoh inter i wish a a tend Johnson in Umi do p in too with if or Fifer it try of i ult of a Tref it on be i fore the Toto ii of Ray sex Perigee. It a Claire a lug posse of mein. Led by sheriff Weaver of Neill Ville and marshal Elliott of Owen and Bartholomew of a Rhee Are surrounding the Awa Mil at the rear of the k re Cej Home near Withee Clark county scene of the famous a Battle of Krueger farm Quot in september 1918. The posse Are awaiting the a Rev bloodhounds before entering the swamp in search of lands Krueger fugitive and brother of Frank and Ijo Miil Krueger. Draft evaders now serving a Lff Send views in Waupun for the shooting of Harry Jensen boo station agent at Owen killed during the Battle. Louis who Hai successfully a Isle arrest since the Hattle was located last night in the Krueger Home which a been occupied lignin during the last few months by hts Mother mrs. Louise Krueger. But when a posse surrounded the House and a item Pic a arrest him by leaped through a window and amid Shower of bullets from tile guns of the posse escaped into the Large swamp at the rear of the House. Swamp surrounded it is not believed any of Iii Bull. Took effect. Other pounce Are immediately organised and the swamp was surrounded and under guard nil night it is not believed that in made i escape from the dense a i of in which he Book Refuge during the a irk new i bloodhound were at once set for and were due on these end at noon we Hen the posse expect i enter the swamp in search of the fi.gilr�. During the past few nay anon Mons message had been received that was living at the House yv. in Mother under charged with in a i songs draft evasion. I test nig tit a tip w As again received ii at i it uis a in the House and Hie unsuccessful attempt a made or re him the Battle of Krueger farm a precipitated when Federal Deputy marshal attempted tit arrest the Krueger boy a on charge of evading the draft. A Long Hattle followed luring which Jenson. One of the posse a killed and four others wounded including Frank Krueger who with his Mother finally surrendered. Leslie and Ennis Krueger escaped at the time Ennis being killed a few Day afterwards by a Federal agent and i Eslie a arrested several months later in Minnesota. There la some doubt As whether 1/ouis wit present during the Battle. The supreme a a Urt of Wisconsin is Hedu led tuesday hand Down a decision on an Appeal by Frank and i a lie Krueger from a sentence of life imprisonment for first degree murder. Tile Case came up in the april Calendar and was argued before the court last month. Tho men Are claiming a new trial on grounds of a prejudiced a court atmosphere and technicalities in bos handling or the Case. Reedsburg wins District meet Wai naked Reedsburg Peak it won in Isth the oratorical and declamatory events in the District cont it i Here Friday night. R. J. Johnston delivering. A America it m ii Quot thy sin Mars Quot a brat in oratory and miss Ruth Stolte speak my a the Man and the song Quot won us j girls event. Rus Ell Mcfarland of la do was in i Ond Iii oratory Richard or Cora Waunakee third and Robert North Fredon. Fourth. I second Iii declamation Wai Ruth Draper of North free Florence Ford of Waunakee Blanche a a Atterson of Lodi b Johnston and miss Stolte pet Iii the state contests water. H wart a taken Hon urn with Inird. And Iirth. W ill com a White continue probe in mutes Case m Hava i Kei having a w a a open conference of methodists they can or smaller Tow buy my Horn a or no the rent profited Nemesis. People Are or Milwaukee. Have had rent increase i in figures have figured conduct their Busti in in the state figure qua a rental at killing results from crap game from in i ugh Rel Juir. Weal time it granted in Reynold ter Day granting Al id 422 and or a further do orc 1 de e ii i Vaa i re a both or. Do irk wit w it -1 Ivy purim or. Cruel j or. Al the a pol i k id rut de Usu d. Of h Des Moini it Arf of the a conference Lier of the apostle Ere g/ite.-. By top Joseph f. Phia presided. A move annul card playing Ami expected in i v Smy the. Jr., a methodist minister he intend Lead methodists front ill 1 opened their Glt Neikai inlay with the Reading Reed by the 200 Dele Berry of Philadel figures. For example one mail $85 from $85 for rent Beaver dam my Hought $3,500. Real estate nun prod ii movement continue the fall out of the real estate for Bott m try it Dempsey trial set for a y 18 King Calls for new Cabinet Frane lie ban on dancing other amusements bunched. A , son of a has served notice neb a movement. Senate passes budget Bill i Washington the a Nale Loday paused the Mot inn a Budge ,. I nun i King Jack a tit it it no draft will begin mourned Bere Toda was scheduled a postponed. I Federal judge in ointment of a Tor of tile a for Folio v m will be that i a Post in i i dispute had matted ii a new cauda me mar a i Borg Amati considered Hist worn a danish eau
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