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Madison Wisconsin State Journal (Newspaper) - May 13, 1920, Madison, Wisconsin
_ Badger weather fair Anc continued Cool tonight. Friday fair with slowly rising temperature. Diminish no Northeast winds. Thew co tub a rms 21 _ Lif it nil a ski i nil j a till Llu lie journal City edition vol. 135, no. 43. 81 St , w1s., thursday afternoon May 13, 1920. Fourteen pages Price three cent Madison Man jumps to death says Sims used forged cablegram Daniels Springs serious charge against Admiral before Senate naval investigating committee Washington her rotary Daniels today Char Jet Knar Admiral Hima with introducing a forced cablegram in the Senate naval in Imti ration. The Cable As offered by Sims bore the signature of a Daniels Quot but the Secretary today offered the original ropy of the Cable and denied it bore his name. The dispatch in question related to the Convoy by Tofu and held that vessel having armed guards were safer sailing independently. Daniels said the original bore the signature of a. F. Carter of the Bureau of naval i operations. Quot the instigator of this attempt to a upon the civilian Secretary a Telegram signed by another official ought i to be produced by Admiral Sims who j produced this altered Telegram and j who owes an apology to me and to the country for the impression undertaken to to made by his testimony based on a false signature Daniels told the commit too. A somebody guilty Quot Quot this shows that somewhere some body was guilty of signing my name to an official dispatch which the original Here produced shows i never signed or of altering a dispatch by erasing the real signature and substituting Quot i knew i never had sent such a Telegram. I knew that if my name appeared on such a Telegram it would be because somebody had forged my name to it. The dispatch had been sent to Lindon through the British embassy which had retained the original the sentence in the Cable to which Daniels took exception read a in regard to Convoy i consider that american Veturis having armed guards Are safer when sailing Daniels also told the committee that Sims opposed using the Leviathan As a troop transport for the reason that it offered too Large a target. Latter he instated that it he sent to a British port asserting no French ports were suitable. Would have Quot fired Quot Sims the department accepted this advice and. On her first trip she stuck in the mud in Liverpool and bed to Walt a month until the lunar tide came in before she could lie floated Daniels a Aid. Daniel went into his chevre previously made that Sims warn More solicitous about safety of merchant ships than of troop transports. A Elf i had believed Admiral Sims cherished any such idea Quot Daniels said. A that he valued supplies More than the live of american Soldier that he was willing to endanger troop transports in order to save cargo ships he instantly would have been removed from he quoted Sims As writing to Admiral Batty British commander Al Queenstown that Daniels insistence on safety of troops a Quot largely i 500 Sil v Fox skins on Sale St i Joi a in fifteen Hundred Silver apr Alcine were placed on Sale at the fur Exchange today. Yesterday fur a Alee totalled . Tho principal offering wag 550.000 american opossums extra Fine Akin brought $3 each. The Hoot Black her and grisly Bear Akin no id at $20. A few Polar Bear skins wept h Gher. Shot by officer verdict of jury Dublin the coroners jury Ai Kilm Ihil. County Clara investigating the death of John Breen a civilian decided he was slain by Coll table Martin a while fighting for the Freedom of the the jury verdict declared the present government barbarous and unjust. Postpone spa Parley report Paris a news Agency dispatch from Brussels today said St had Boeji confirmed there that the spa conference be teem Allied and Jarman rep reap Tat Ives had been postponed from May 25 until after the Curtmn elections probably june 20 two dead in Hospital fire Ottawa. Ont. In a fire which started from an unknown origin Early today at or. Eagar a maternity Hospital two patients lost their lives and three persons were slightly by Ned. The dead Are mrs. B. Morris and or. I. Mitchell Boll of this City. Kiddies a a Elope to \ Republican leaps from evade separation of a ninth floor journey Westward with a a duds in Little red sex i i p a it 11 i i in lift press Wagon threat of Foster parents drives Pool Boeuf building boy away girl follows Kearney n. A a somewhere in new Jersey hauling a Little red express Wagon loaded with their clothe Are a boy of 13 and a girl of 10. Thay Are Vara tartan and Roy Davie who have been inseparable companions Over since or. And mrs. Davis of Arlington adopted Roy five years ago from the state Home for boys. They ran away tuesday night together when Roy s Foster parents threatened to a end him Back to the Home because he was backward in his studies. Vera was being punished tuesday night because she came Home late from school. Mea. Turton heard Roy come into their Home and kissing Vera. Say Quot Good by. In a going Back to the Home tomorrow. The men is coming to take a few minutes later Vera asked permission to go on the porch and Call her dog. She did no to come Back. Neighbors said they saw the boy and girl trudging Down a a Arby Road next morning Roy Little Wagon behind them loaded with their clothes. They had spent the night in in vacant garage. Bey companion of Roy say he told them he had saved up $55 and had hidden some canned goods. Obregon wants u. S. Friendship political refugees pardoned by new government Lack word of car Panza Washington a policy of friendliness to foreigners and Pardon for All offenders against previous mexican regimes a been put in operation by the Obregon government according to advices received Here today. The United states consulate Al Piedras reported it had been told by rebel authorities that americans and other foreigners would be safeguarded. The Obregon government desires Friendly relations with this country the Consul was informed. Pardon for refugees Obregon representatives at Piedras Negra and other towns announced that All refugees from Mexico regardless of their political affiliations Are invited to return without fear of being molested. There Are Only scattered group of Carra Zistas left Here and there in Mexico rebel Headquarters Here was advised and order throughout the country is rapidly being restored. Reports As to the Fate of Carrara Are confused. Credence is Given the a tory that the former chief made Good i escape from the capital City. Last night s dispatches said he and hit dwindling forces were at Bay Between Mexico City and Vera Crux waging a hot Battle with Obregon units. Control East coast revolutionists a reported in full control of All gunboats on the Gulf of Mexico assuring them command of the entire East coast. The International Bridge and ferry tines Between Brownsville Tex. And Matamoras were expected to be reopened today As no signs of Federal troops had been seen by u. P. Army planes Parolino the Border. Church to name 14 new Bishops Dos to i Nib the a Poopal committee of the methodist general conference today flied i la report recommending the election of it new Bishops and creation of seven new Church Arew the new episcopal area recommended for creation Are Indianapolis Mexico City. Tarts by Pensgen. Calcutta. Singapore and Foo Tiow. The conference voter to postpone vet Ion on the report. Election of the j new Bishops will be hold after the i conf Ore Nee has a War i on the report enforce ruling on sugar profit violators of the Federal ant i profiteering Laws will be punished. I. S. District attorney a. Wolfe announced today following telegraphed instructions from attorney general fainter limiting profits on sugar to one cent a Pound for wholesalers and two cents a Pound for retailers. A if complaints Are made to this office that the Law is being violated me j will Send out our investigators. Or j Wolfe said. A if the investigator finds the charges Are True arrests will wholesale and retail dealers protest that the margin of profit permitted is too slight. Gubbels join War on h. L. Succession of Cost sales employed to bring Down High prices Milwaukee Milwaukee has joined the movement to bring Down soaring prices. A Label Brothers store Here today sold goods at below Cost in the Hope that by cutting the Price of merchandise the Price of material will drop for merchants a Well As people. A by a rapid fire succession of these Cost sales we Hope to eventually reduce the prevalent a sky High prices on All lines of merchandise a j. H. Hoff Heimov of the go Marl store. Said. An example of the Price slashing. Picked at random from the store follows Twenty four sacks of floor w hich coat wholesale l.s5, sold for $1 79 window shades costing 75 cents in Job Iota were disposed of for 49 cents frocks previously ranging As High a-$95. Were on $20.50 Racks. Sugar should be 11 /2 Washington sugar should sell for 114 Cen i a Pound and present prior ranging from to to in cont Are due to profiteering. W. Jet i stuck consulting economist of the Railroad brotherhoods told the Railroad labor Board today. Huger a a gouges Quot Moll exact a total of $500,000, oho from the american people this year or $30 from each person in the county a Fluck who is urging the Hoard to Gran Railroad men increases said. Income taxes for 1917 show that a i Gar producer had earned 52.29 it or j politicians not so sure John Thomas Wilkinson Dies in son faction would not cause split despite assurances to contrary n by Harold d. Jacobs j new York revival of goo hip regarding a possible Bolt from the Republican rank. And the formation of a new Quot third party Quot a led to speculation among political it it a movers regarding the effect of this contingency on the Chicago convention. Senator Hiram Johnson about whom this talk centers has declared repeatedly that he will not be a party to such a revolt. Borne of his strongest supporters Are not so certain How Ever that the californian will be Able to control his own destiny. Several Veteran politicians profess to see in the renewal of a third party rumours the Shadow of a club that May be wielded by Johnson s followers at Chi ago. They figure it out thus the Quot old guard Quot while saying that Johnson probably is the Best vote getter of the Republican aspirants frankly do not want him of it becomes apparent that Johnson cannot win the nomination because of conservative opposition one of his emissaries could inform the Quot old guard that the senator would Bolt. This these politicians declared would threaten a serious split in the Republican party that the party would be faced with a repetition of the 1912 situations when the democrats succeeded in electing Woodrow Wilson As a Quot minority in the face of such a threat a. Cording to the political do pester the conservative would More than Likely surrender. Republican leaders generally Are go plunge from window of City Hall Chicago believed suffering from mental trouble hic ago Thomas Wilkum. Son Madison wis., today leaped to his death from the ninth floor of the City Hall building Hare narrowly missing a dozen persons on the sidewalk Balow. The Man a identified by John Wilkinson of Madison his brother. The brother is employed by the Democrat printing company at Madison. Wilkinson was arrested last sunday when he is alleged to have tried to commit suicide by taking Gas. He is behaved to have been suffering from mental trouble. Thomas Wilkinson has been away from Madison for some years. He left the Capitol City and went to Chicago where from accounts of his brother John Wilkinson who is manager of the Job pre department of the item Socrat publishing company. Thomas had gone into thai Mobile business. It is understood Thomas was married. Mrs John Wal Kinton. The Mother of the men is seriously ill at her Home Here. She Lias not been informed of Tho tragedy. Will auction off throne of Kaiser Mew x Rio a a the Impe in German throne is to be sold her at auction. Household effect of former Kaiser Wilhelm. The former Knierin and other members of the German Imperial family seized from the Imperial palaces of Berlin and Munich for unpaid Bills after the emperor abdicated and went to Holland also will be sold under the Hammer Here May 22, one of the City a largest Art collector announced. Sixty five Pisces a in the Imperial collection which was brought Here two weeks ago by the purchaser and importer Valdemar Pov Alaon. Authenticity of the Art objects is vouched for or. Hovelson said by one of Berlin s Moat reputable Art firms. Socialists nominate Eugene Debs unanimous vote of convention goes to Federal pm Oner Stedman to be running mate n new status for labor is plan Washington work on a program of Industrial reconstruction in w hich labor will receive greater recognition starts in Congress tomorrow. _ a a _ _ Senate education and labor ing on the Assumption that the in in j committee will open baking with the Oratio nominee will be William i. J aim of drafting a legislative program Mcadoo. Relief of car shortage seen to give labor a new status in the in a dub rial world. Herbert Hoover will be the firs witness because of hts Long expert a ence As an employer and his experience As a member of the president s second Industrial conference. Liter Samuel Gomper and labor leaders Washington a the nation wide it ill be heard and then sex prodded t car shortage is being reduced daily. Taft Mal Charles m Schwab. Chairman Kendall of the car service i a a. A on Mission said today the shortage j cannot be a it eminently eliminated. Railroad officials say until the roads better their financial conditions to an extent enabling them to order thousands of new cars. Heating Plant contracts let structural work and piping bids accepted by Board at special meet contracts or structural work completing the Rev waterworks Law Tang Plant for Tho City High school and Public Library were awarded at a spc-rta.1 Nealion of the Board of Public works thie morning. A object to approval of the. Common Council. They will be submitted at Council meeting tomorrow night. The contract for Concrete work including furnishing of Send. Gravel awl Cement was a Ward so to of Duff and Schaefer at $20,500. Installation of pipe and fitting was awarded to the Paul k. Mueller company at $ i �,.415. The old of Johns Manville to Mitny of Milwaukee $�,$52 for pipe coveting was accepted. Final work on the heating punt will new Tork Eugene v. Debs. Who is serving sentence for violation of the espionage act in the Atlanta Penitentiary was today nominated As the presidential candidate of the socialist party. The vote of the convention was unanimous. Edward Henry of Indianapolis made the nomination speech and seconding speeches were made by s. John Block of new York James Oneal of new York and Irwin by. John Tucker of Illinois. Stedman favored the caucus of the nominating Coni Wittemen has decided upon Seymou Stedman of Chicago As the vice presidential nominee. Other nominations were expected but. It was said. Stedman would be chosen by a Large majority. Radicals in the convention received their second defeat at the hands of the conservatives when an attempt to substitute the loft Wing platform declaring for a soviet form of government in the United states wag defeat cd 74 to 56. The platform drawn by the conservatives. Headed by Morris Hillquit was being considered and the preamble bad been adopted with a few minor changes when Irwin by John Tucker moved the substitution of the radicals is introduced. Near anarchy charged Tucker charged the Hillquit platform As a a surrender of the socialist party Quot and q. A. Hoeben of Missouri answered by declaring the Radical platform a a soap Box speech closely approaching William Kruse of Illinois in attacking the Hillquit platform said it could be endorsed without change by a third party headed by Johnson and la Follette. By june i. Of no unforeseen difficulties abolish Honor system at. Vav. Wilson vetoes printing Bill Washington president Wilson today vetoed the legislative executive j and judicial appropriation Lull because j he objected to a provision giving a Quot a d Efti / of int 1 i Mumm it on print vex a be Jill if u i supervision Over Iii government a a publications Chicago a Farmers co opera i cent on the capital Stock 59.2 on capital invested and y33 on their capita Farmers plan actually invested after All taxes were deducted he said. Cane producers earned 27.2 percent on Cappal Stock 23$.34 on capital actually invested and 191.04 on Capit Lofter deducting taxes according to j t in. Movement which would abolish of pm Gra Etc Ike Lam cd who Avn sugar w As then Selling a he middleman and broken i j i for 7.7 cents a Pound. A if the producers showed such amazing earning then a a said Tau cd a what must be their earnings today with sugar above is cents a pound1"�?T English suits coming suffrage drive soldered Here today by a committee of Farmers appointed by a group of farm j organization the plan would provide for establishment of warehouse and stations in j Tho principal cities of the Middle West i instead of shipping livestock pro new i Orke All Wool suits made i Duce and Grain to Market to sell to a i in England will he offered american local broker the Farmer would bring he Itu Tiona amendment Baton Houge i. National j democratic leaders today threw their i influence into the fight on ratification of the Federal woman suffrage con i in the Lamia j retail clothiers by j. Shannon of j his Good to Market where his own i a legislature. Homer s. Cum j the firm of John Shannon Ami son. Agent who would represent other far in inf. Nation a democratic chairman t ltd., of Walsall England at Price Mer As Well. Would take Over his ship to it Mililani Jennings Bryan in Tel Helow those of any american Manu rent and dispose 0f it direct to tile Era in to Miff Range workers urged fact users of men wearing apparel. I retailers. Passage of the ratification r according to Shannon who arrived j Grain brokers and produce commis j Here today on the Cunarro liner car i Aion men oppose the plan mania. Shannon said that because of cheaper production Cost his company could deliver to american retailers men suits of the Best Wool at $32 a suit. Appear Tho Plant will ii in operation by oct. I Tho Paul la. M Heller company St aloud that shipments of piping can be made within 30 Days barring accidents. Six prisoners in jail delivery Akron o. Six prisoner three of them charged with murder sawed the Quot in Way to Freedom from the county Jai Here Early today. The men used saws smuggled in by relatives it a. Thought. Two children smother in fire Menominee. Mich Hose and an a Hemr two year old twins were a of for myi late yesterday when they net fire to a Wood Box in their Horn two older children Are in a serious condition. Bank robbers Are identified Oum Ion Evanston. indignant modems and co eds at North we Tern University prepared to protest today against the decision of the faculty in abolish Long the Honor system. The Honor system meant the students at examination Tim would go into the class room Ami take the examination without supervision. Now professors will stay in the Ria room and watch to see that there la no cribbing tile system was installed five years ago but there Hal it Een no let up in cheating professor said. Strike fails to mater a Lize Pittsburg the reported Trike of Engineer and firemen of the the railroads entering Pittsburg to he effective this morning had failed to materialize officials claimed and trains were operating be during the previous outlaw Quot x in it the report originating from men attending a secret session of Union rail roader Here last night a branded by Railroad officials As an attempt to bolster the courage of a rebel a strikers. French to american dead legion to urge vote on Bonus a Strong woman Dies in St. Louis Milwaukee Gas Supply per led Milwaukee Milwaukee Gas Supply is in danger due to a serious shortage of Coal and Oil. According to announcement today by general manager r. B. Brown of the Milwaukee it Ian Light company. The shortage is attributed to shortage of Railroad care partly due to the strike of out Lawr Quot switchman Paris thousands of French troops will Parade to the various i american cemeteries in France on memorial Day by special order of the government to a Honor the memory of american Soldier who gave their j lives for the common cause and whose j i Bodle rest in the soil of Aerial mail official killed. Washington the executive committee of the american legion Ila been it ailed to Washington next week in an Effort to for e through Congress a Soldier Bonus Bill la before the convention recesses it was Learned today at legion Headquarters Here. Red murderers slain by poles Minneapolis officials of the Fidelity state Bank today identified William Hathaway and John Furlong a i members of in gang who robbed that j institution of $10,000. April 17. I Hathaway and Furlong w it re held St. Louis mrs. Ocasie Lynan. Who yesterday on a charge of being imply Jwa a puss to medical science a of caned in the theft of $30,000 from til i who could lift a 700 Pound weight with Minnehaha state Bank recently. J oho Finger die Din an am by la Nee on the James King also was held but not Way to a Hospital lath yesterday. Be fully identified. I sides her ext in Ordinary strength or Hunan who weighed 250 pounds to i sensed a pet Lidar faculty of being Able i to increase her weight at will. Lab chief talks to Box makers eighteen men and will Confer on adopt report on fortifications Washington a the conference report on the fortifications appropriation Bill a adopted by the Senate today. It now goes to the president. Kings footmen Wear Irish badge i Condon the sinn fein colors now Are part of the uniforms worn by Irish footmen at Buckingham Palace i by special permission of King George. W Ausa is n women were executed by order old a a bolshevik extraordinary commission Oskaloosa. La William j. To in Jomir Jum before the capture of Dandles. Washington. D. C., superin that town in the polish drive on Kiev pendent of the Chicago Omaha dial the members of the commission at Grainge Aranoff a a. Raj Mau a a Vlco was killed tempted to escape by train. On. Suicide than the 1 seriously injured when their Plant col fugitives were surrounded by polish lapsed near Here yesterday while Mak lancers ing a forced Landing Johnson the the other it is declared offered Pilot was thrown Clear of the und were killed by la a Uva laymen Washington a conference of government official congressmen and Railroad executives to discuss the possible necessity of continuing Guaran i a Odule Mccandless was pinned beneath teed wheat Price after june i when wreckage. It expires according to present Laws t hts been called by Julius ii. Barnes or Fern n a a director of the United states Grain ask warship by corporation to meet in new York. May sent to Armenia Abaca cd id it Paris lieutenant beget the first i a ill Ivi the la i the Washington the nato to i. I a a to Fly a a Rte them do or Mea r or p q a tied i a v isl i Resolution n j and sack v a i the i3i4 i a to a i mating Iii. President if no get Lincoln he i Rem h record bout of flight spends 19, hours in sky Washington the Senate agreed to vote on the Knox peace Resolution at 4 p. In. Saturday. The agreement was reached by unanimous consent at the request of senator Lodge Republican Leader. Pattle w Ith Public to Send j to companies m warship and marines to Batum for Protection of american interests in Armenia the Resolution further extends congratulations to Armenia Over the recognition of her Independent always by his dog. Up. Win Low director of the for jest products Laboratory j about 50 i Nix manufacturers from j Eastern and Central states at the Park hotel thl morning on the a importance and need of Industrial among the representatives of the 4-one associations who arrived for the May meeting Are k. H. Mckeaver Chi i Cago Secretary of the 4-Onc Assoc la j lion a a. Grier. Chicago and j. C j Marshall Chicago. Col. A w. Lab i Rin k Chicago president of the wire bound corporation and honorary Memic Rof the association is at i tending the meeting. Princess i cog joins shop girls London Princess Mary. Only i laughter of the British King and i Queen has been pay ing secret visit a to the Metier a ptts Quot it was disclosed today. I ast night accompanied washouts halt Western trains Denver it of washouts of Bridge and trucks due to heavy ruin and melting Snow badly tied up Railroad tra Tif in Wyoming Western Nebraska and South Ikiz Iota. And Montana today. Tho worst damage wits reported Between Alliance Nebraska and Edgemont s. I with a dozen Railroad Bridge washed out. Burlington train were re route j. Landslide and washout in Montana Beta it in Billings and Point and in the bitter Root mountains in interfered with traffic Over the North we pm Tho Northern Farfie and Burlington lines. Painted yellow denied damages recently granted by hic i muted states. I they were shot Down three times. Mank at Minn. N. R. P Miller. I ,.if Pipestem lost his suit for $10$.00 it i Oil cola. Beget a made a new record Only by her maid the princes joined j damages for men charged with of 19.udo hours in the air the record a queue of shop girls in front of co i dripping him and painting him vet comprises eight years of flying exper vent Garden and paid 50 cent for a Tow and forcing him to i Arad it the Lance for dog and Man. Thev a ticket to the opera she was closely streets of Early in 191$. Then in 200 crashes. During the wat i veiled and remained unrecognised but i Surv returned a verdict for the defend today the Secre lined unrecognised but i jury t leaked out. I anti a at Midnight last night
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