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Madison Wisconsin State Journal (Newspaper) - May 10, 1920, Madison, Wisconsin
Badger weather Shower tonight Arvel tuesday. Light to fresh Southwest winds. La t Viz the Wisori to Raj it Ite journal City edition twelve pages vol. 135, no. 40. 81st , w1s., monday afternoon May to 1920. Price three cent Obregon Gonzales clash feared Street car demolished by train South Madison Tram stranded on Railroad crossing carried Block after Impact bars placed outside president s window family fears executive May fall belief still unable to walk alone is report in Washington Sot his a 1x80x Wlton eased lain night Ruji sensational a min and car Ama a up att any Ever staged in a movie thriller. An of Tarot be South Madison ear making it 7 p. In. Trip jumped the track juju East of Tho Houth Madison Railroad crossing and a soon afterwards was struck by an incoming train which carried it fully in. Block. The Motorman and conductor Ware unable to move the derailed car and a flurry Call was event to Tho car hams for a wrecking outfit. The wrecker in their Effort to run the car Hack onto the track and Clear the Road wore to Shin in it across the Railroad Croes-1npr. In the excitement and Effort to pet the car retired and relieve the Jam in traffic no Effort wan made to watch for trains hear train too late just a the ear was pushed directly across the int me Ting Railroad tracks the shrill shriek of an incoming train was heard rounding the curve hut a few Hundred Yards away. The train was unable to Stop Liy time and struck the car amal so i of carrying it to the Edge of Tho Lake. A few in Wen goes were in the car when the derailment occurred they All left Tho car. When struck the Street car was empty it was wrenched Loose from the car in 1 shins i. The wrecking car was untouched. Investigation planned the cause of the derailment is not known. Engineers of the Railroad commission Wilt make in investigation about three year ago a similar mishap occurred. Nobody a injured at that Elma either. % the crossing while not unusually dangerous has a tendency due to the constant passage of trains and Street cars to work up the inter crossing tracks so that without warning they spread stranding a Street car. The crossing la hidden from View of incoming to sons and while the intersection is Well guarded and policed there is not sufficient Tim to enable the moving of a derailed Street Cai from the danger zone. Factions line up for convention Spring Field 111. State factions lined up for a show Down fight today when the Republican state convention opened Here although eight delegates at Large to the Chicago convention were to he named and instructed interest entered about the fight Between mayor William h. Thompson of Chicago and governor i Frank o. Lowden presidential aspirant. The Thompson and Lowden factions each have nominated a slate of Delegate which will is urged upon the convention. Effort a to effect a Compromise during the last two Days have failed it was definitely announced shortly before the convention opened today. Edwards has bottle milk new York a report thai there Una a bottle on tap at the Headquarters of gov. Edwards of new Jersey sent several newspaper men whose throats were a dry a the a Tiara desert scurrying to the hotel Manhattan they were pact by Walter Vick manager of gov. Edwards Campaign Quot yes. Boys thee is a bottle but for the love of Bill Andersn keep it the bottle waa produced while expectant Tongue licked parched Asp. But the Label read Quot Grade a pasteurized milk Quot Washington a the keen foil fit Udo Felt by president Wilson s family Ami physicians for his physical Well being a Movel the White House attaches to place heavy Lars Over the window of the presidents bedroom which faces South on the second floor of the executive mansion. The barring of the presidents window which was effected by the erection of a heavy Iron Grill work Over the entire aperture was completed without any explanation Erry member of the White House staff has been extremely reticent on the subject. It is known however that the president s physical condition is such that it la feared he might inadvertently fall from the bedroom window unless precautions wore taken. On warm evenings the lower Sec Tion of the window is left open further increasing the danger of a possible fall. Of it insure against this it is understood that a member of the president s family Gore orders that the bars be erected. So far As is known the president has never been Able to walk since the Onset of his serious illness last september. In this connection it is known that recently a new driveway was constructed which led directly to a door immediately underneath the president. Bedroom this door is invisible from every Side of the South grounds of the White House. Kuom this door the president presumably lifted into one of the White hour motor cars when he wishes to go for a ride. Lightning kills Dane co. Farmer charges Trust of publishers Wilson May soc i Alist push Colby red faction As nominee voted Down democratic leaders believe conservatives Rule Conven new Secretary of state Ion after bitter fight Choice of president for next executive tentative platform shows spirit of moderation belgians on Bond Mission new York Emile Franjul. Mel Rian minister of state and f hanker president of the National rank of Belgium were passenger Ltd a the red Star liner Finland which docked Heron Kinda it. Franjul. Who is head off the largest Hanking institution in Bel i glum said that he and i associate j were Here to try to postpone the a i Turley of lid of Bonds issued subsequent to the armistice. Says u. S. A a wont forgive Sims i Washington the american pro pie will never forgive Admiral Sims for his a Persona Quot attack on the i nit j cd state Navy. Secretary i Init de a dared today opening his defens be fore the Senate naval investigating j committee. John Randall Token Creek struck while standing in Sheo John Randall a Farmer living about three mile East of Token Creek was killer by lightning about la a. In. To da., during a Brief rain storm. Randall was Middle aged and is survived by a widow. Randall and his wife wars standing in a shed when the storm came up. Lightning struck the pole near which they were standing burning Randall a head badly. Mrs. Randall a not injured due. It is claimed to the fact that she wore rubbers. Do. Carlson of de Forest was called but Randall died before he could reach the farm. Judge Henry Casson jr., acting in place of Coroner a e. Campbell who is in Milwaukee will go to the Randall farm tomorrow. No inquest will be held. Bluebeard gets life sentence los Angeles a a bluebeard Charles n. Harvey today wag sentenced to life imprisonment for the murder of Nina Lee Boloney one of big to wives. More big shops slice prices i Trenton n. a Dosen of j this City s largest stores have followed the example of the Wanamaker stores to new York and Philadelphia by announcing reductions of from 20 to 3a for cent on their Stock. Father saves lives of boys Minneapolis a. Lorenz was in j a serious condition in a Hospital to . After he had pushed his son and a neighbor boy out of the path of a train yesterday and himself was dragged too feet by the train. He is not expected to live. 8 dead 38 Hurt in train crash Portland Ore. A eight persons were killed and 38 injured eight Miles South of Here on sunday when two electric Tram on the West Side line of the Bouthern Panfic company collided head on. Railroad official said disregard of order by la Crew of the Portland bound train led to the disaster. Factories feel Economy wave Borton leading Woole i and Cotton doth manufacturer throughout new England today confirmed reports that Mills an receiving cancellations j on Hundred of orders. The cancellations were directly attribute to decreased buying on the part of the . George Kun hard and m. T a evens Boston manufacturers said Tim situation would have a tendency to decrease Tbs Price of clothing. 300 horses Burn in Chicago fire of a he Carlo fire swept through a portion of the Chicago Stock Yards sunday. Causing a property Low of $250,000. To a mile of bams were burned with 200 head of horses. Three tin Cru ii were injured. The tire raged for three hour and was not brought under control until late last night. Texas representative de clares a a combined most harmful Ever organized Washington a publishers Trust Quot More harmful and dangerous a than any Combine Ever organized a been formed by the owners of magazines my big newspaper. Representative Mansfield Texas charged today in a statement for the congressional record. At present this Trust is trying to defeat the zone system of Ugto for Aee and class mail matter he asserted in presenting a poll of approximately 6, 000 publisher throughout the country on the Law. It showed that -1.027 were for the present system while 1,-084 were against in a a not More than 18 men dominate the editorial policies of the great magazines and metropolitan edition Quot said Mansfield. The publishers Trust la More harmful and dangerous than any other Ever organised for the reason that it represents not Only a a combination in restraint of Trade but a combination in restraint of human intelligence that practically has control of the Means of the transmission of information and thought in this country. A it docs not admit the Little newspaper Man to its fold. It is composed of the publishers of magazines and those newspapers which have a wide circulation those that carry heavy sections of advertising matter and which Are transmitted great distance through the mails. It embraces but a few of the publishers in Point of number but in it Are those who Ara in a position practically to dictate just what shall be sent out and printed for the american people to read a a under such a system i10,006,606 people Are As so Many pawns on the Che boards and their destiny a so much Clay in the Potter s hands. The Power of the pres to make and unmake men and measure at will and to conceal and misrepresent facts is the greatest menace that could confront the american governor to be easy on shoes new oru amp Ane John m. Barker j governor elect or a Booster for the 1 lid cloth club formed by Tulan students. A i have Bougert one pair of shoes in three year a said Parker j Turk delegates to get treaty Paris credentials of the turkish peace delegates were verified at versatile today. The treaty of peace will lie handed to them at the foreign office tomorrow plan for sales tax abandoned by Herbert w. Walker Washington a Republican members of the House ways and mean committee today definitely decided to abandon the proposed tax of one tier cent o Nail retail Sale As a Means of raising Revenue for a Soldier Bonus. At us same time a tentative agreement a reached to make every Effort to reduce the total Benefit originally proposed from 8l.7a6.thi0 to slightly in excess of $1,066,606,006. Possibility of recount ends Newark n. of Ai recount of vote on the new Jersey t presidential preferential primary Al j lion ended today when Johnson forces. Who obtained the Tourt order for the j recount failed to Post the required1 $56,000. At Lohn in Headquarters in i Manhattan it was said the $r,u,000 waa not available. I by l. C. Martin or Ash i n pit n Bainbridge it by Secretary of state is the men president Wilson has picked to Earry on the fight for Tho league of nations a democratic presidential nominee it waa reported among Well informed democrats Here today. One report or to the effect that the president took Colby into the Cabinet with the exp Ess purpose of grooming him for the a it democratic nomination of the league Issue. Mcadoo a been mentioned but i friends Aren t keen about having lather in Law Wilton endorse son in Law Mcadoo they say Mcadoo is winning now on own in rats and can get the nomination without White House help and in spite of White House preference for somebody else. Fight is on Tho fight for control of the democratic party was in full awing today with president Wilson determined to commit to the people the ratification of the treaty without reservations. This a Tho Only interpretation pm it mans Here today could put on Wilson s letter to the democratic organization of Oregon made Public at the White House. The president demanded that the tarty make itself a the uncompromising Champion of the nation s Honor Quot which he const Nicee Fie going on recoil for Lingua fit a acceptance of the versatile a peaty. A Quick response was expected from the Bryan group which wan to keep the treaty Issue out of the Campaign. The letter to the Oregon democrats is the first move to Force nomination of a a Wilson Many at the Hen Francisco convention according to information Here. Wont Send it Back it is considered certain Wilson will not Send the treaty Back to the Senate. His letter puts re question before the american voters to tie settled at the polls. Wilson wrote the letter in reply to a Telegram Felt a g. E. Hamaker chairman of the mul Tomah county Democrat committee who asked whether it was important hat delegates favouring treaty ratification should a sent to the convention. New strike in France failure by Henry Wood Bari Effort of the confederation of labor to win the railway strike through a sympathetic strike of Street railway subway Metal and air plane workers apparently failed today Only a few of the men ordered out quit work. Government officials believed this last i failure would cause a speedy end of the strike. Husband of dancer killed i Mohrland. My. Frank Carter new York. Who took the juvenile Lead in the musical comedy a Seesaw which closed at Wheeling saturday night., waa killed sunday when his automobile in into a bunk near Grantsville Charles Escaje new i York sustained a broken Collarbone and three fractured ribs. Guy Robert on and a Hilda two other member of the company escaped injury. Carter had started for Phil Adele phia in the Hope of joining his wife. Mani Ynn Miller Star of the Ziegfeld follies sunday night. Parade Cra ving causes strike ran ant Niox Gir employees in a laundry her. Were forbidden by then Braw to Stop work and watch a Parade go by. They promptly went on strike my announced that they would no come i kick until their in by had beet raised from $7 to lf.56 a week. Soviet to bar ally delegates London soviet Russia cannot allow inside it Borders a any delegation whose members include representatives of nations which have renounced their neutrality in a War imposed on Kiis in a the mom of government said in a wireless communique -4 Odny on la soviet reply to the league of nations t Uhi to m in a i legation into Poland which is a member of the league the commo Tuque pointed out a started an of Tensive against Russia and apparently is actively supported by a several Powors also belonging to the league. New Torki the a a conservative element demonstrated its domination of the National convention of the socialist party Here today when the tentative platform and declaration of principle were drawn up both documents were considered the most moderate put Forward by the socialists in recent years. Radical made a bitter fight against them. The statement of principles said a the socialist party of America seeks to obtain its ends by orderly and constitutional methods a and a socialization of industries should be brought about As. Rapidly a technical it ondi tons the conservatives were led by Morris Hlll ult and Seymour Stedman supported by practically All the Eastern delegates. The Quot Radical faction Drew its strength from Western socialists principally from the Illinois delegation. The conservative spirit was shown in the following principles adopted the socialist party does not seek to interfere with the institution of the family. So Long As the Ballet Box and the eight of representation and Civ liberties ars maintained violence will not Appeal to the people. Violence in not the weapon of the socialists but of the shortsighted representatives of the ruling classes who stupidly believe the socialist movement and Deate Oan be destroyed by brutal Phye ical repression. Socialists Depene upon education and organization of the masses. The socialist party in the United states will keep with All similar parties in other countries in furtherance of their struggle. Drive less car in wild career new York speeding More than four blocks a the heart of the City. Wih u dead Man at the steering wheel. A taxicab plunged into a atone Wail skirting Central Park after narrowly escaping collision with other automobiles. William Dell 47, the chauffeur was seized with an acute heart attack. A he expired his body Sank Forward in the or throw no pressure on a he foot accelerator. Only warnings from passersby saved Many pedestrians from being run Down. Mrs. Gompers Laid to rest new to Vic dimple but impressive services for Man. Samuel com pers wife of the head of the american federation of let Bor were held Munday. Interment took place at Washington cemetery in Brooklyn. There War. More than 366 Floral wreaths sent by various labor unions and by Cabinet Mem Chi. Or. Gom pers Fain of during the services Over Home by grief. Village split on hair tonic bullets no Novelty to housewives i Laredo a revolutions in Nuevo Laredo Mexico of posit a re mean no More than a Battle of the West Side panthers end the North end sluggers in America. Mexican women cleanly swept their porches during the Battle Here sunday Between Cerra Zistas and revolutionists for Possession of the town. Destroyers to protect americans fresh strife held possible Between rebel Heads both aspirants for mexican presidency j Ohel Aik eke ski a the people of j Driftwood <�k>a., have drifted apart jail because a tiry Gran Abu y and Hie wife sold hair tonic a a Beveran. Gransbury a a found guilty of eel Ling hair tonic for drinking purposes. I one half the town Sid d with him while tie rest of the town in against both Gransbury and Hie supporters. A few neutrals Are endeavouring to i smooth Over the difficulties and re a store Normal conditions. I Green on Tria l at Lancaster 1an< Akter initial step in the Roo of Jack Green coloured Farmer charged with Tho murder of George Duncan non. 3, 1919, were taken hero when selection of a jury was started i to Eft Moon. The defend will contend a justifiable i Quot it n in jail since a god to have shot Man whom he had Young daughter. To had warned Duncan i urn Hgt a taught r but Ted Nhi att nations. I found i id in an riddled with Buckha Green who i arrest i a 11tinn. A u Biti found w till h Green claim to to keep away i Duncan persisted Duncan a Tom Bihy his hot. Hil car and i it Iai Rod Thi it i. I torn and my Mio a Ria n f has charge of the prosecution. Lodge Choice of committee Wilson message to democrats on league believed clincher for senator Chicago the election of senator Henry Cabot Lodge As temporary chairman of the National Republican convention was predicted Here today. It was believed the senator who led the treaty reservation s fight would be chosen by the committee on arrange made without a dispute. Resident Wilson s message to Oregon democrats urging that the league of nations be made the Campaign Issue was believed to hav solidified Lodge support. It was Learned the Republican National committee will meet Here May i 31 to hear contesting delegations. Six women amended the National committee meeting Here today. Or. Frank Dobson of Iowa and mrs. A. H. Breuggeman of Missouri were proxies for regular committeemen. Says. S. Needs mexican Oil Washington i interrupted flow of Oil from Mexico is essential to Tho United states Franklin k. In former Secretary of the Interior told the a Enate mexican Conand Lee today. I ast year the linked states Ron sued 80,006.666 to 40,666.060 More barrels of Oil than it produced he declared. American in Mexico bought their land from private owners with Tho Law clearly entitling Thyn to any Oil beneath it line said. Lame disputed testimony that the mexican leu sing Law Are similar to those of the United states. Urges Speed in fund inquiry y Washington to get Quick action on his Resolution for investigation of Campaign expenditures senator Borah today had the measure taken from the Senate elections Committer and referred to the expense committee. Borah said it was almost capos table to get a quorum of the ejections committee. Body of missing Man is found eau Laire the dead body of Cheries k. Wiggins 64. Who disappeared mysteriously from his Home Here three weeks ago a found flouting in the Chippewa River late saturday hts drowning is believed ac-1 client Al. A widow and six children survive him. Potatoes taboo for Galveston Galveston in an Endeavor to drag Down the Price of potatoes housewives of this City have pledged themselves to use Rice Beans and other substitute for took pretties left old a uns Seattle a cops can t de id whether it was an act of kindness of heaping insult on injury when a women thief stole Ell the a pretties Quot of mrs Hilda Cowan and left her own old one behind. The thief stripped he j a s Ward Roo Waukesha paper changes Han Swai Kesha a. I. Campbell pub j usher of the daily Herald has sold i i he paper to a new company composed i of b. A. Hoffman and others. Hoffman is a Well known Wisconsin new put or Man. Having been at Osh Kosh and Milwaukee several years. He resigns As Wisconsin Bureau Man Ager for the United press to become editor and manager of the Herald. Plans Are under Way for consolidation of the Herald and the Waukesha Freeman a weekly Over �,2 j ear i old. Published for Many years by h. I m. Youmans. Who also will become i interested in the new corporation. The j Herald is to but it published at the free i Man Plant As soon As ii1 consolidation is effected. F. B. Campbell son of the founded i of the it it raid retain i interest in the paper and remains of it a Dent. Bulletin Washington a the United states battleship Oklahoma today wet ordered by Secretary of Tao Navy Daniels to proceed from now York to key West foe possible duty off Mexico. Bulletin Houston u. S. Sacramento has arrived off Tampico a radio Gram declared today. The message declared Tampico had been captured by revolutionists without fighting. Bulletin Elpaso of in Federal massacre of prisoners in Santiago Penitentiary including is generals just before the revolutionists captured mex to City was contained in a message received Here today from general Alvaro Obregon. Warmington the Etal department today waa confronted with the problem of framing a new mexican policy following overthrow my in Pill re of car ran go and sri Tai re of Mexico City by revolutionist. Hee ret Ary Colby Wam expected c ret to Lake Steps to protect american a a malts it Mexico. It to considered Likely president Wilson May roil a Cabinet meeting this week to consider what course Tho United states shall take. This government for the present. Will not Accord recognition to any mexican faction which May attempt to take chary of the Federal government it is understood. The next development mar be a clash Between the Force of Oregon and Gonza irs. Both rebel leaders and troth aspirants for the mexican presidency. Tampico quiet while official dispatches reported that a he important Oil Center of Tampico has fallen to the rebels reports Here of the american of company in m six co declared they had received no disturbing reports from Tampico. Four United states destroyers were expected to arrive today at Tampico to protect american interests. The destroyers were ordered from Roy Wost Early yesterday. They ars the Isherwood Putnam dais and Cass. The destroyers Flusser and Reed Ere being held at key West ready far action. United Blate Marine ordered to Koy West saturday for possible mexican duty were expected to Sod late today from league Island it was Learned from Tho Navy department. On Tho Texas Boudar new alignments of l. So regular army forces Are being made. Leader for years Tho Ca Pouf of Venustiano i Rren a president of Mexico Al a i Asea probably will Brin. To an end the career of a Man who Hoe played a leading Rota in the South in Republic for years. When Diaz was overthrown Carranza assumed leadership and emerged in Howcraft r the Stormy Days of Madera and Huerta. His leadership a made possible according to general opinion by Tho Barking of the United Blate. After two years a ruler of Mexico Carranza called an election and was named president to serve four years. Almost immediately he found himself faced with widespread opposition. In the North rebel bands under Villa. Felix Diaz and other leaders robbed and plundered in open defiant # of the government. More troubles Carranza s trouble began brewing in the presidential Campaign. Generals Alvaro Obregon and Gonzales announced their candidacies and began Strong Campaign. Carranza accepted the resignation of Ignacio Bonillas his american ambassador in Washington and Bonillas returned to Mexico to run for the presidency. The Obregon Gonzales forces charged the president with throwing undue influence to Bonillas. The a nation reached a Climax when Carranza announced he would Send Federal troops into Sonora to prevent election trouble there. The governor do la Huerta telegraphing the president announced the Sonora government would consider the t Tep an infringement of states rights Carranza replied with a so. P message saving any opposition would be it on a dered re hellion Sonora then announced its Independent and mobilized troop under Vera p. Calles. Meanwhile general Obregon a Popup had been. Placed under Mexico City. Ltd Bra gon wit Benjamin Hui escaped an capital he a followed i Gonzales and the Tau Cai Der in r a the r to a
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