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Madison Wisconsin State Journal (Newspaper) - May 15, 1920, Madison, Wisconsin
Badger weather fair tonight and sunday. Slightly warmer tonight. Increasing southerly winds. City edition ten pages vol. 135. No. 45. 81st , vvis., saturday afternoon. May 15, 1920. Price three cents Arnstein surrenders in n a prom most Sasha of shoe Mexico City red Russia orderly in Price Clear profit n r d pm p held on eve u history half million Dollar event goes off on schedule governor and mrs. Philipp in receiving line retailers absorb third of margin Lauck tells rail labor Board manufacturer Tanner wholesaler get generous slice he declares recognition of collapse president May Call Cabinet Trade plans abandoned As Vyvy i Conrin s half million Dollar prom it is estimated that the final Hill for Tho week end of j Kayota will approach that limit paused j into history with Tho commit of the Lieut rays of Dawn this morning. The Junior promenade was pronounced la Moat. Orderly in the history of the University of Wisconsin by j those who have witnessed most of the 25 preceding major varsity social in i Kaw Mon to of the years. A personal inspection made of every Box in the Capitol and recesses in All parts of j la building Imti Bdl Italy Affler the j last guests had left the building Short i to after 3 30 did not reveal a single empty bottle an unprecedented record for the morning after the prom. Quot it was the Twat arranged and Best j behaved prom Ever held in the Capitol a j Saki m. F. Blumenfeld state superin i pendent of Public property today. Quot it j was efficiently managed by the com i Quot this prom has been the most decent i and orderly that has Ever Lee n held in the said s. T. Dodge state Capitol guard who has been on the Job i for the in ast 13 years and witnessed the four proms in the Capitol in the five years they have been held there. While there was evidence of some drinking j this behaviour was the exception. Governor in line every thing from the grand March to the last strains of Quot idol of them a a special prom Fox Trot. And Quot on wis i Oisin a which concluded the dance a program at 3 o clock was run off on i schedule two score Ushers were on hand to j direct the dancers to their huge on arriving thus eliminating most of tin confusion. The reception which followed was doubly significant inasmuch As the afternoon reception a been j abolished. In the receiving line were love nor and mrs. Pm Nanuel i. Philipp. Lieutenant governor and mrs. Cd 1 Ward Dithmar. Chief Justice and mrs. John la. Winslow. Secretary of state and mrs. Merlin Hull. Dean and j mines. George Sellery and Scott la. J goodnight. I Nan f. Louise Nardin. Or. And mrs. Henry g. Cox. Frank Follette 1 chairman i sit Hrop Follette with miss died re. Cox and numerous Heads of the govern prom committee. Following a Brief of Welcome by governor Philipp and the popping of the prom picture the dance program Tese f was underway Anil was Only interrupted by a Brief Intel Mission the t Ashington a half of what you pay for a pair of shoes is Clear profit for the retailer manufacturer Tenner and wholesaler according to a Survey of the shoe Industry presented to the Railroad labor Board today by w. Jett Lauck. Economic expert and former Secretary of the National War labor Board. Retail dealers absorb More than one third of the profit Lauck told the Board. A the retail dealer has increased his margin of profit 102 per cent since 1917,�?� said Laue. Quot in 1917, a pair of shoes for which the consumer paid $8.50 Cost $3.46 to Lauck s Survey was made in the interests of railway workers asking wage increases. A considering $3.50 a representative Advance in shoe said Lauck a labor received Only 15 cents of the remainder according to Lauck represents additional profit. Quot the shoe Industry a said Lauck a is n0 exception to the general Rule that the War made possible higher margins All along the line of Industry and that these profits Are absorbing a much larger proportion of the Consumers Money than before the Lauck cited rates of earnings on investment of 237 shoe manufacturers during 1914-1917, showing he said. That the general level of profit in this Industry advanced approx innately 15 to 25 per cent during War years four of the biggest shoe concerns had average annual earnings of $4,800,000 for the 1912-14 period he said while for the years 1916-17, they had increased to More than $10,000,000 meeting to discuss whether or not reply shall be made to Huerta reds weaken disintegration in Lenine system steady says Ryan told Price of pot a toes drops dead i one Apo list of. E. La grave. 45 years old. Walked into the City Market her today asked the Price of potatoes and when told what they would Cost him dropped dead. Heart disease was the cause of death the Coroner said. Bulletin Elpaso a former president Carranza has been captured in the mountains near san Marcos state of Puebla. Mexico according to a wireless message received at rebel Headquarters in Juarez today. The report was unconfirmed. W a bostonian is Lafollette gets elected Bishop 5 men alternates or. L. J. Birney named on first ballot at methodist general conference mom i Ihu or was fleeced a hot vast by the inference Bere do Bori it first i Oral i result of the or. Limey of a total of fc�?~25 in a thirty seven in elect. Thirteen elected by l. A Limey Bishop on the methodist Gen Veat erday. Th1 vote today showed received 549 votes out n25 cast. Five Hundred votes Are necessary More new the Confer Bishops Nee. Will be the joint in cafe people the supper shifts and the rendition prom Fox Trot a idol of them All.1 posed by Karl Carpenter with by John Maroney until the final Ber. 1.200 at tables it was stat by the Capite authorities that about 1,291 were served in the basement four super shifts. The lighting feature of the evening were Superior to those that Hun a a been i provided to enhance the Beauty of that Atar Capitol building tinted lights carried out the color scheme in Laven i Dar and old Rose with Smilax climbing the great pillars and paints lifting the j Marble stairways and balconies con j Vertex the business House of the state into a Ball room which a As probably j Superior to that enjoyed by in oui Xiv j and guests in All the luxury of his Royal Ravello. The Chicago country club orchestra \ led by Cope Harvey rendered a most j delightful program from a Speciall const meted orchestral Box which was raised on the main floor directly in j Der the Rotunda bringing the music i inns Midway Between the main and j second floors so that the Musk Petie j treated All parts of the intricate corridors. The prom Aas also the most successful from the St a of Point of tile spectators More than 750 of whom crowded the seats in the second galleries this was the first year that pc tales were allowed on the second Balcony. Heretofore they wire compelled Tux be Content with seats in the third gallery which did no permit of a fill View of Iii dancers below. Today big Day with the two thousand dancers wearied from the four hours of dancing on the hard Marble floor of the Capitol. Saturday s prom program consisted mainly of rest. Alarm docks rang in vain for the saturday morning cd. Of noon however Post prom of the week end were again to be under Way. Picnics. Tics. Formals at the fraters. Poet prom dances at the i and at Bernard s Park Ake and dinners and Lay Are on the program for ors of the 1921 prom skirts Tobe slender longer Cleveland skirts a going Down this fall but not in Price. In the opinion of the National cloak i and suit Manucal tuners association in convention her today skirts have reached a precarious height. The knee length May be popular in j Paris but. Except on the slag it a has no friends m this Oun j try said Valrintz. Chairman of the style committee. A styles for fall and Winter Call Fot conservative models Anil slender designs. Wilson rapped in Lenroot talk Holton Anteri a formal As Well As of Campaign issues. Harding of Ohio at a de mantis peace j actual regardless j a a declared Hena Tot the annual dinner Market club Fie i her it of Wisconsin also on or Haggod the Horn night. I senator la it spoke. I am Root Marie an attack j Dent Wilson. Whom he i solely responsible for the present unsettled Industrial conditions in this country Princeton has disastrous fire Pri Norton. N. J fire which i started in Dickinson Hall. Princeton i University shortly after Midnight de. Elroy de that building. Marquan Hal land damaged Mccomb Hall with a total loss of $290.09�. Daniels hands Palm to self three Madison citizens Chob in by Republican state Central committee i Liva Akk r three Madison tans were elected alternate to the Republican National convention by the stat ventral committee. They Are Herman l. Kern alternate for Delegate at urge. And or. George k. It Lemon and sol la Vitan front the third congressional District. The late will be represented by in women alternates both alternates front the eleventh District being a Nien Wisconsin is entitled to 26 delegates. Of the ten men elected file Are sup porters of senator Tai Follette. Th-1 la Follette men thought they should i have 24 alternates a 24 of their delegates a re elected at the primary. The list of alternates by District j follows leg Tea at Large or. Ii. M. You mans. Waukesha miss Katherine we j i lians. And Christian foe ruler. \ Kee Herman l. Kern. Madison j first mrs. A. J. Harris Janesville j. K. Barr Geneva. Second or Lynn Smith. Jefferson Thomas la. Sanderson. Portage j third or. I Jeorge k. Gernon and sol Levitan. Madison. Fourth mrs. A. A. Wendt and Agues Wessney Milwaukee fifth or. William Stark Smith and mrs. G. F Patterson. Milwaukee. Sixth mrs William Mauthe. Fond do Lac let a. George go Hbl Oshkosh. Seventh mrs. C. S. Aukon la Crosse and Henry Freehoff Coon Valley. Eighth mrs c. It Ingram Wau Sau George m. Hill. Grand rapid ninth mrs Joshua Hodgin. Mar Inette John Kreman. Green. Tenth mrs. \. H. Shoemaker and George comings. Kau Claire. Eleventh mrs. Ii l. Lewis. Rhinelander or. C. It. Wergen. Ashland. Bascom is name Given main Hall Armington a Cabinet meeting May i called to decide whether the coiled states it Hall reply to the communication relived from mexican revolutionary government saying the new regime is a disposed to promote cordial relations it was Learned today. This message signed by provisional president de la Huerta was regarded a an open bid for recognition. A re i port from this government to d la i Huerta aah prov Lyional president would constitute virtual recognition of the de i Facto government in Mexico according of no reply is Avn the it will be put in the Pong a Friendly com nun regione which May Heel a viral government. It a a advice has already is understood. Iran gave is keeping toe a cording posit Ion Tat rip it a to. I revolute j to and vie i was con Mon Here depart Sci of ignore i f rom a the Otiel Lent wit sought to t Bay but h a Here today it cred hopeless expert capture Al i a As it surfs ode r or capture of president it Carranza to i a was pre Slid cd in in sages s Here from Jenera it a it up. I Uhel in Yon finned a to its Here How a Ever <1 eels d Carrana i h and etude 1 la Force of t Cerii it it a go n which have had the of a fun git i be Presten t la min <1 in. Obrego is in Shuge h a Duclai �<1 a Strong Rex Tut Tobt fur of had a i to liked Carr a it Lei n i met. To on for f. Or Days. Jails it Colima St ates Are held by input in its today a co a tag to word Here. A Raj d Cruz c Terra Tim Mandet voted late verday. Presi Den Huerta a called a a he Etal Sessio i of the m i can Coni Iress reports d it will a of a provi atonal Prat Idem in a i until Luna a tonal Lect Ion. July 4 matter of hours \ or a a Riss re vol it to nary in Tilers Here is Light claim i he capt in of in Ocsid tit m sex i s in h of Ai z tin Washington d c. Soviet Russia is on the eve of col laps in the opinion of the Best informed officials Anil diplomats in Washington. The beat confidential official information has for some turn i nil Ira Ted t Vett the soviet lenders xxx Ere confronted by such a failure of their economic and social Experiment As to probably bring about Tho downfall of the Venine regime this year. Col. Kab aril very an s report from i North Russia after a visit to that part j of the country with the St Honan peace Mission that soviet Russia will i not be Able to hold out for six months. Is considered both important and significant by High officials Here col. J Ryan s ability As an observer of rus i Alan conditions in Well known to Lotfi j Cia is other reliable reports reaching Washington through offic Ial or Diplo i magic channels during the last few Days indicate that the soviet govern i mom of rus. Is no longer Able by i any outward manifestation of strength j to conceal a general disintegration that has been steadily taking place within the bolshevik organism. Froin a Neutral government inform mat Ion has reached Washington that i conditions in Petrograd Are extremely j had in Vry resp this condition will prevent or consideration of proposal to a Trade relations with that country vial indicated Here. While it is recognized that a plan for commercial re Bat Iona with he Asta i eventually must get evolve officials Row believe the question must i a j preached from an altogether different j Angle. Poles victorious London desperate bolshevik Colin ter attack.1 in the Kieff Region hive been repulsed with heavy losses to the enemy to Warsaw communique today j sent Nim o in Norgord opens planning school work particularly for far mers. Says commissioner county delegates Here it oms desert to reach Ion mountains but Beauty lies where All can enjoy it. The Beauty of River Lake and Hill Are interwoven with practical agriculture a declared to. P. Norgord. Commissioner of agriculture in the opening address this morning at the first Rural planning school held in the state Capitol or. Norgord spoke on a Rural planning. Its operation and Rural planning work a he continued is particularly for Farmers. It develops the recreation idea and connects it closely with their religious worship it encourage the desire to gel together. Quot Rural recreation should be tied up with inspiring places. Upper Wisconsin has fortunately permitted nature s lira lines to remain available. Rare beauties of immense value still for the waking. Their improvement will add i to adjoining commissioner Norgord explained the composition of the committees and their line of action. Lev Era i bundt d county Ile Lagatos Are attending the school. Tither speakers include prof f. A. Alist John a. Hazelwood c. K. Crown Frederic i a Nefeld. Mrs. Nellie retitle Jones. H. G Packer w. Of. I arson it l. Harrington w. J. Anderson of it Witt Neil a. C. Cia. John <1. D. Mack. Gives self Over into Laws hands alleged notorious Bond thie refuses statement appears at District attorneys office with wife Arr it a be had adoption and immense value a ship four armoured bolshevik been sunk in la unripe River the polish statement claimed. And Morel than 2, prisoners taken in recent fighting. Press dispatches reported tycmier1 Skulsky of Poland had announced he soon would reopen a Are ingot lit Ion xxx la Xiv ral i roofer i d. Adding t trapped or Mal a min lit i Ivy time and arrant plans for Many holdups nipped Apt urd to ii dash cute ran. The Frau Amel a a red my in i Al cd Rev a i it Lon a a r outlaw Metw Cement int i trams Ion Friday Irhie Cumpia. Chicago a Wiyott. 24 a Here Early yet a awfully he Illinois Central rain wide train Hod up the slaving of Horace irs old. In his apartment verday after he Hail silent a mail car if an prevented Nat arest to not s. Federal hexed red d they i kill a i at my Ai Pas in Hall will in the new a it g nation of University Hall which will by renamed in june. The dedication ceremonies will be one of the chief features of the commencement exercises. University or main Hall has never been formally dedicated Anil has no name of its own. The Ixia re of regents decided to it Nam the building after John la scorn who headed the institution Between 1874 and 1887. Fur prices on decline claim no Ern ment placed Al of sugar j Era i Hun i route to j Donora i cons Imp order. I Don by i j month i i ban. Ban Alks on a a a Gill red the i is unde sugar a the i a m sex lied is a ads of Tell St n lire held billed White a it Horn i today la Affons will in made to conned an Al 1 ton definitely with the robbery of Ai Santa be mall car near Lexington Aloth Quot night of april a Bowren i Quot too and my Iii was stolen a Hornier declare tit Lexington and Chicago hold of were similar. Investigators found marked Railroad Tim tables an<1 other indications that Walton i tried wholesale train robberies t bet said. 40, Mill Folk Given increase sugar in it i from for bom 11 in in t it i thin this thaw rom ounce men aft Mph s an to 4v,Lino a m t of to a i a i employ june i my 300 the inc raging Iii work it Cen t owing he an Woolen a in uld be of. Sharp action on Irish forecast j i / in Xin interest in the Tri Situ j St ton Here today entered in reports of Stern repressive measures planned by i the government through it new of i finals for Irish affairs. Fattest a Sumatra placed the number of Polit Barracks burned since wednesday at 10t. Mote Titan 400 have j be n Thorn sine Laster. \ belief thu rigorous action might in exam led. All divisions in Ireland will tie brought up to fun l strength la a claim cavalry already has been stationed in some parts of the is land. Forty Constable have been stud in the last 17 months. King demands new Cabinet 1 i it Wmk after lax spent in almost continual conference with party leaders or the Linnet crisis. King Victor pm Mamie i late fast night asked Signor Nonomi who was minister of War to form i Tow Cabinet there xxx As grave i it ult whether Longmi xxx on id be Able to Tarry out the King s request. Deputy killed in Cycle crash a Ink Arthur Herman sex set a i Ltd Man recently appointed motorcycle Deputy so Riff a killed 1 Iii morning when the Mon Rayfe which hot was ruling crashed head on int a Street car. Til Nae Hin was wrecked and the oven with Herman a distance of forty feet he sustained a announced exclusively in tha stat journal yesterday the Bond Coupon theft in Madison lost of a Comber is bsh sved to Hays Bosn connected with in int Ernst ions gang of Bond hooves headed by Arnstam. Tho arrest of the Leadar of Tho alleged gang May Load to clearer a up Tho local mystery. It Kwh Tork a five months i in a ii for a Nicky Matein alleged master mind in wholesale Ond thefts from Wall Street broker was ended today when he walked int the dint riot attorney s office Here. Arnstein arrived from Pittsburg a a re he had been hiding at 9 a. In and motored to nineteenth Street where a met his actress wife. Fannie Brice. A Cen m pail i of by William j. Fallot attorney Tho tarty motored Dos fifth Avenue and passed through Ion Imp of policemen gathered for the annual Parade. Am the automobile swung past Clio Square Arnstein tipped his hat to Hig police officials gathered in a Gran stand erected there to witness the Parade. Refuses statement the automobile a driven twin around the courthouse without Bein recognized. The first official to recognize Arnstein was William Hann clerk of courts. The new lip read rap idly and a Large crowd gathered w i Arnstein and his Wolf a nosed for i Lur Aramein refused to talk regarding his experiences. A i will Tell shout them tomorrow he said. Asked if he had Bren hiding i t Cleveland. Arnstein said Quot i was there Only once i met Gen met a in Cleveland fms 22. John k pooling assistant distr ice attorney in charge of investigation i the Bond cases was not at i offi when Arnstein arrived. Arnstein waited patiently. According to reports Hail had let be a arranged for Arnstein. Bondsmen a arranged to put up $0,000. The reason Given by Arnsten friends that he did not give hims up sooner was because Loo High bail was demanded. Broker suicides the Arnstein surrender shared interest with the suicide at Montreat of we a Ham Graham Browne a broker Short tufted to arrest on charges of steal ii $50,000 Worth of Bonds. Assistant District attorney Pool a Aid he had been trying to get Brown to come to new York for a Long tin to examine Bim in connection with to disposition of Bonds stolen in be i York. Montreal authorities paid a sect in Mil to new York authorities last War i r a a Learned and conferred a i tooling in connection with the Brown Bono is fixed judge j. A. Knox in United hat District court fixed Arnstein a Tor in the bankruptcy proceedings at a. Non. He was held is a witness. A ton. Arnstein to attorney asked that the proceedings be started at once As i stated his client was not prepared i furnish the required Bond. Judge Knox granted the request a arrangements were made to Start la bankruptcy in question at one. Council will answer Lenine affecting ii Etc pm Mort eight o Clr this of act to it irs scheduled dinner a Washington today Ossa lie Mer presiden daring they a totes to Power of i lie Many to Pas the Greate the Navy a Wilson he re continuing a a rotary Daniels i the naval policies of for is Roosevelt and Taft de i permitted the United its place As second naval world and allowed Andy so the Pica on the Funai a on. H strides in the history of i made under president dared. Los defense before the Senate naval investigating committee. Daniels asserted the Wilson adminis i Talion retrieved the Navy from the Po-1 sit Ion it drifted into under the Quot stand pie path policy of Roosevelt. Between March 1913, and september 1916, the Navy increased in personnel j efficiency and material More than in j tiny similar peace period in our his tory. Daniels asserted. A further drop pre. Milwaukee Milady furs for in months occupying the Pinnacle of the clothing Price Heap Are making a decided downward sweep according to Milwaukee retail dealers. Since february when the Price of furs reached the highest Ever recorded the to j average Price has dropped 30 per cent dealers said dieted. A the Price drop is to National reaction following the stupendous Hetchl reached by the fur Market in says Herman reel of the Rel Quality fur shop one of the largest mid West dealers. Quot i believe prices will continue to according to keel even the drop Xxiii Kilt p fur prices at least n pet cent higher i fan a year ago. A annul marriage big paper form fractured Skull and limbs Ruml the Council of i he Langu of nations at its session opening her to Nav. Will consider two questions e has big growth a a Quot a reply to the me Cage of Nim x she not in 11 Iii a to i it Sui Lenin. Russian soviet Premier so Detroit suburb with brother is organized of if i. i Mil a i kid the in try age of s Kart Edna Cool in a i a i Ier Broth r. Richard i own Coupe r. Or Der to a a name of Arthur j in t a Ifni. In a i Waul a Egan. Iii aug it i Nom 19i7, xxx a s Ord re i annul cd i by in int cult j Olge Halsey Here Toff it a Kip j corp recently xxx is sent need to s pen year in the the a your a pen in worn ent iary. In said site and her $6 Brot he i Ila 1 been separated while in Fanis and at the Tim of Tii to mar Ltd Rise she till hoi know he a w us hoi Broth cd Kuk in i 461 j d h of i or Matt Aper Coni Panyi qua be uni fix of to count v. Quebec a re. Montreal Atul i Iceni if it i wll is,615. Accord i Thiu Cement. Ii Highland in i Urb. To tined. I Antram k. V percent i the highest jointly Anontine i was Soo per i and it population refused to allow the league s Investi-191 my 1920, it gating commit Ston to enter Russ and calling of meeting of to popular Ion of league general Assembly which do a Quot to us in it vol yes on president Wilson. In i oat to Cru crease of i.031 increase Preti census bureaus potato acreage shows slum veterans pass before Wilson the Bah l id Reft. Higa to quor valued thousands of Gallons at $600,000 and seized a Oree to Dela y spa conference Complete Bonus Bill revision ii the. King crime Joyd George and Premier in conference Here have postpone the spa conference la it xxx As re he red today according to reports has i Georges plan for a for German reparations. Minister Miller att agreed to until june a him lid. Agreed to fixed Washington revision of the i Soldier Bonus Hill was completed to 1 Day by the Republican me a bars of the i House ways and Means committee urn i in it present form the Hill curries benefits $ i ,000,000. Sailors burned in ship blast new York naval officials today said four enlisted men of the in. S. S. Penn Elvania were burned a int it Tho head when the engine on a launch attached to the ship exploded last night. The Pennsylvania is moored with the Atlantic Fleet off Riverside Dixe in i the Hudson River. Trade body in plea for peace san cd dial b adopt Quot Raf Guardi stat i of i if est the conv pm iou Cran it Mac a recommend. Do Sarics. Urging imm a of the treaty of peace very fundamental Pron Ern ment of the unite foreign Trad y unanimously adopted is for handling of in in government in evidence in my prohibition have been Stol thu government warehouse a Vertial Revenue collector h 5v. Announced to by. The disappearance of in Jeo Pard pcs Moi than i Tut against allege Quot Bootlegger a the Nisei of that seize 11 Ween of 1 hand Jan. F for do Par men i Bibit Ion xxx As insists Vernon i w Hen by of orc i from a in mag. R liquor it a aes t win a a to in Washin it it a Farmers Boontem i plate planting five percent lower 1 be in xxx Tatoole la is your than Iaz i seconding to an Ann Cain Cement of to of agriculture a Xian. Them or a in me through Fie j ii i to vex in recently Russ Flonoi to w j xxx a so i not Iii a president i Unet in Imi a rant pita Lucung males sitting of it uth port i of tile potatoes no a one of the bight in i today reviewed a Parade flt of minorities on the mar Lor High Price of potato a eels and Aholt Ige of farm labor Ara the two Reasor Given for reduction in acreage. I of veterans of three wars. Marching in the dedication of the memorial Amphitheater at Arlington National cemetery a the Parade paused the whits House a no Saenger delivered to the executive offi hrs a letter protesting because tile names of Confederate it i it ref Hud been left off the memorial i in filth Aler. Tins Ett xxx i writ to i by or. Clar i in o j. Of us. Tilt i of it Southern i to Kig the government scored ufos Mig xxx a Malc it i Van n the parliamentary e Quot a Tom Public. Gaining i majority in the diet. Jap government wins e Lection
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