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Madison Wisconsin State Journal (Newspaper) - May 20, 1920, Madison, Wisconsin
5000 u of w men served Many fell the memorial Union building will Render imposing tribute j in a Badger weather fair tonight and Friday. Cooter tonight. Light West winds. The Welsco in journal City edition sixteen pages vol. 135, no. 50. 81 St , w1s., thursday afternoon May 20. 1920. Price three cents troops keep peace in mine town session will open May 25th a no. Philipp issues Call .26 matters listed for attention Bills ready for introduction of. E. U a must today Ian und j a prod a Mot Ion calling the wlm Corwin a Jeri Shugure into it it a a a Tell a Ion in Madison on May 25. Anti rent profiteering legislation. Inc maned prove Muir and Normal school appropriations and higher a for teachers will feature the session the governor s Cali lists 25 matters for action by the lawmakers. Rills covering the subjects have Peen drafted by i Jeorge Hud Najt. Exec utile counsel. And Are in the hands of the mate Prmt ers. Quot with measures Mady and the organisation of the 1919 session holding Over the two houses will be Able to get Down to work immediately upon convening and listening to the executives Mek Saf gov. Philipp is convinced that the work will he wound up in time to adjourn so the Republican in pm in # will he on hand Al a he opening of the National convention in it Mitra go it Lune 8. Speaker Riley Young will again preside Over the lower House Lieut. Gov. E. F. Dathenar will wind the Gavel in the upper Branch. The Annat will probably be the scene of considerable political Pix. Roth duh mar and senator Roy Wilcox see candidate for the Republican nomination for the governor i p. Iowa youth held in Milwaukee Milwaukee Floyd Bordwell. 14 years old said to be wanted in Davenport la., for jail breaking is held by the Milwaukee police today. The boy is said to have been sentenced to the Eldora Iowa. Reformatory saturday for forgery and to have escaped sunday. Porter to urge Knox Resolution Washington the House will a i asked tomorrow by chairman Porte of the foreign affairs committee to agree to the Knox peace Resolution. Instead of one passed by the House he said today. If this is done the Resolution goes to the president at once. Pistol experts called to court mount Clemons. Mich. In an i Effort to prove that bullets found or the body of j. Stanley Brown alleged to have been murdered by his chum Lloyd revolt now on trial were tired from a revolver owned by Prev oat the a Tat today planned to Call several pistol experts. The state contends that Provost killed Brown because he was in love with the latter a wife. Evidence has been presented alleging affectionate scenes Between Prevost and mrs. Brown. G. O. P. Bonus Bill strikes Snag w a so int Itman Tho Republican Soldier Bonus Bill struck a Snag in the House ways and Means committee when democrats succeeded in writing into the measure a tax of to per cent on the privileges of issuing Stock dividends the to democratic members of the committee and three republicans. Treadway Massachusetts Tell son. Connecticut and Bacharach. New Jersey favored the tax making the vote la to 12. Gonzales to be chief for time Mexico City a general Pabl Hon Rales probably will be rewarded a nth the provisional pm Sideney for i agreement o withdraw his candidacy in the coming elections it was res it it. Al Here last night. Advices to the of pita. Indicated the Htu Atton throughout the country Grad tally was returning to Normal. Obre gon pm acclaimed by who i it Leopie w Hen he arrived it Queretaro and san Luis pot owl advice a no id. All revolutionary leaders plan to reach the rep Tutaj by next monday when the provisional president w ill a Rhodeen. Even wan two Villa was re. Joned to have pledged Hunt of to work with the revolutionary Pumi meet. Senor Saconia acting foreign omit ter hag notified All mexican Diplomat in torsion count Nee of the overthrow of of Muiza. Call lists work for legislature Civ. E. L. Philipp today issued the following proclamation the legislature into # it Ecial session a i Emanuel l. Philipp governor of the state of Wisconsin. Under and by virtue of Section 4 of article v of the Constitution of said state which provides that the governor shall have Power to Convene the legislature on extraordinary occasions do Issue this my proclamation to Convene the legislature of said state at the seat of government at Madison on the 25th Day of May a. D. 1920, at 2 00 o clock in the afternoon of that Day to consider and act upon the following subjects of legislative business to wit 1. Amending existing statutes and enacting new Laws governing the relations Between landlords and tenants in so far As said relations after office buildings tenement houses apartment houses Flat buildings duplex buildings and dwelling houses located in cities and in villages in counties having a population of two Hundred fifty thousand or Over provided no such Law shall affect any dwelling House that is partially occupied by the owner thereof for residential purposes such new Laws to provide Protection for tenants by prohibiting unjust and unreasonable rents compelling landlords to maintain adequate service and protecting tenants against unjust and unreasonable evictions such new Laws to also regulate the business of rent brokers or persons engaged in buying and Selling leases by preventing them from demanding or collecting unjust and unreasonable rents and such other provisions As May be deemed necessary for the reasonable control of such rentals. Also making an appropriation to the Railroad commission for the administration of such Laws and an appropriation to pay the expense. Incurred by the committee appointed by the governor to investigate the question of rents. 2. Amending paragraph Fri of subsection 14 of Section 20.3ft and paragraph in of subsection 2 of Section $8.39 of the statutes increasing the Mill tax for the support of the Normal schools and University. 3. Increasing the appropriations for operation maintenance and capital account of the University. 4. Providing for the establishment of a state general Hospital in connection with the medical school at the University and for the treatment of patient therein. 5. Making an appropriation creating a revolving fund for the preparation Cost of transportation and distribution of explosives for land Clearing and other purposes. It. Amending paragraph a of subsection 2 of Section 20 .38 of the statutes by increasing the appropriation for the general operation of Normal schools. T. Increasing the appropriation for operation and making an appropriation for equipment of Stout Institute. 8. Increasing the appropriation for operation and capital of the Wisconsin mining school. 9. Amending subsection 121 of Section 914 of the statutes relating to salaries for supervising teachers. 10. Amending subsection 2 of Section 9.04 of the statutes relating to salaries of county superintendents of school. 11. Increasing the minimum salaries of teachers in the Public schools and increasing the minimum rate of taxation to take care of such salary increase. 12. Increasing the state Aid for county training schools. Is. Amending paragraph a a of subsection 11 of Section 40 42 of the statutes relating to non resident tuition fees in first class state graded schools offering instruction in the ninth or tenth or in the ninth and tenth grades. 14. Amending the statutes relating to the creation and organization of Union free High school districts. La. Amending subsection <31 of Section 41.1ft of the statutes increasing the tax rate for vocational education. 1�. Making an appropriation to the free Library for the operation of the Library school. 17. Amending subsection it of Section 20.17. Relating to the Industrial Home for women. 18. Providing Comfort stations at the state fair grounds and making an appropriation therefor. 19. Making an appropriation to the state inter deportment committee on Community councils. 20. Amending subsections la and f5> of Section 59.57 of the statutes. Relating to the fees of Register of deeds. 21. Amending sections 959-33 and 959-33b of the statutes and reenacting sect Ion 959-32 of the statutes of 1917, relating to of contractors for Public improvements and legalizing proceedings taken and contracts made for such improvements in disregard of Rtia Pter 620, Laws of 1919. 22. Authorizing cities to Issue Bonds for the construction of breakwaters 23. Validating Ami legalizing Bonds heretofore authorized by cities and counties and the proceedings preliminary to such authorization 24. Authorizing cities of the first class to accept and pay for Concrete posts heretofore furnished ouch cities for the municipal lighting system therein notwithstanding the contracts therefor were let without calling for bids a provided for by the charter of said cities Ami notwithstanding said posts were made by a patented machine. And validating contracts heretofore entered into for said posts in disregard of said charter provisions. 2a. the Transfer of any unexpended balance in the Bervie Quot recognition fund created by Chap. 807 Laws 1919 to the general fund for the purpose of carrying out the provisions of Chap. 5 Laws 1919 special session. Known As the educational Bonus in deny . Aid Johnson to in Puttin withdraw foe on Germany and allies must May be induced to step Down work out own financial salvation president decides in return for promised support in 1924, belief a. By it Ashing son and guard will not be federalized Washington with ii arty lire obliterated. Inc hour a went Ltd of record wednesday against tiny proposal for Federal zing the National guard by a vote of 209 of 10ft, the army reorganization Bill was sent Bock to conference. With i net auctions to House roofer Cee to insist on the origins House plan of reorganizing the guard in we War basis. The tent Cam on a Compromise plan offered by chairman Kahn of the military affairs commute to make i optional with Cath late a to which form of organization it desired for its units the Senate it on frees had indicated they w accept this Compromise. Vote to probe Campaign funds Church names negro Bishops Des Moines the methodist Gin Era conference elected the Rev. M. W Claire negro. Washington d. A. A Bishop on the eleventh ballot cast last night. The vote. Announced today showed. Tho election of or Clair Complete the number of new Bishops recommended by the general conference. Fir. R. F Jones editor of the South i Western advocate new Orleans a i the first negro elected Bishop yesterday by the conference. He received i t2 More votes than the necessary two thirds majority. Charles l. Mead White of i Tenter was elected Bishop on the ninth bal Tot Cam Herr yesterday. Or. Mead received 553 votes. Hungary will sign trea to Washington the Senate Toda London Hungary liar decided to adopted the Borah Resolution for a sen sign the peace treaty under protest atonal investigation of presidential j says a despatch from Vienna late lat Campaign expenses. Night. L. Bradford ton a president Wil and his Cabinet have decided that the allies and Germany must we Crk out their own financial recovery unaided further by the United states it a Learnd today. This important decision is understood to have la Een reported at the Cabinet meeting tuesday. It is believed to have been precipitated by the financial agreement arrive at Between Premier Lloyd George of great Britain and president Millerand of France last sunday at their conference at Hythe. England. This agreement would heavily involve the United states. The following provision of this agreement Are regarded a a inconceivable by this government that the nver Allied debts such at the French debt to great Britain of billions of dollars be liquidated Only is Germany pays off her indemnity. This system would react against the United states it is held holding up the liquidation of great Britain a debt of billions of dollars to the or. Ted states. That there be a a capitalization of Germany a indemnity obligations presumably through the flotation of a German Bond Issue the Bonds to be discounted by the United states in order to give Germany the fur via necessary for the resumption of her economic life and to prevent the spread of bolshevism throughout Central Europe. Moth of these prop Roxal. It in believed Here in Eft it would put the United states in a it a Teton of underwriting the German indemnity said to have been tentative it by the allies at $.10,000,000 too. Scout forecast of $2butter Milwaukee Milwaukee in r chants today ridiculed statements by Eastern merchants that eggs would j reach $3 a dozen and butter $2 Al Pound. Quot a statement like that is i said Secretary Martin Kipper of the Milwaukee produce and fruit sex j change. J. K. Chittenden of the j. B. A. Kirk j company said a Elf flour begins get. Ting too High All the government has i i to do is to Stop exports to Europe an prices will go Milwaukee factories have adopted the plan of purchasing commodities j and Selling them to their employee in j an Effort to Cut living costs for their workers. Today several plants had 1 i inaugurated this Pian. Pastor awarded $5,000 in suit i Lac a jury in circuit 1 court awarded $5 808 to the Rev. G. C Gerlach pastor of the Rosendale i Ai i Theran Clyth. In his to too slander suit against Frank Gruelt. A member of his congregation three letters written by Gruett to clergymen in three Wisconsin cities were the basis of the verdict. Or. Gerlach charged that Gruett accused him of improper conduct in these let Terr. The name of Laura Grimace of Rosendale was drawn into the Case in connection with the charges Gruett was alleged to have made against the pastor. A the letters were actuated by malice Areo eng to the Anding of the jury. Virtually everyone in Rosendale came to fond do to attend the trial. I killed 2 Hurt in Street fight Limerick one Man was killed and a woman and a girl wounded in i clashes Between civilians and police and idlers Here last night. Streets. Were patrolled today. Exports and imports drop Washington exports i off $135.,ooh in april a compared w h j March the Commeree department announced today imports dropped $30 i goo too. April Export totalled. , 1 while Imti Ort it i were j49�?T> 800,000. Gold i import in april totalled $ j 0.000. Of 9 is against $17 too Nett in March and i 17 non. m part 191? april Gold were $14 000.000, or about he Sam Quot a previous month of the year Stiver inn is totalled $1 i it key of of in april wad exports fit too too. I x by Harold o. Jacobs new York for the first time in the pro convention political Emob Quot wer Are willing t Hazard a Groft regarding the presidential Nom Nee it of the two major parties. To the average person the Rue still appears to be a free for All for the biggest Field of aspirants Ever to seek the presidency. But today and the a a tuition May change overnight certain a experts a heti Ved the contest had narrowed Down to these entries Republican maj. Gen. A Onard Wood. Gov. Frank o. Lowden and senator Hiram Johnson. Democrats William g. Or Adon and go. Jam. M. Cox Wood Well in Lead if the Republica a. A to nod obviously s going into the Chicago convention a Aith the greatest strength. There is Orao tidally no Chance in the. Remain my primaries and state convention or through on contented deign Tkv no for any of his rivals to overhaul Bim on a first Choice delegates. On the other hand. L.ow1en is said to have the hacking of Moat of the recognized party leaders with Tho advantage this implies when the time Arri pc for �?�1 Johw nov. It is believed May be mane Vered into stepping Down this veal n return for promised support from ult factions in 1924. Madoo against Field the i Lem Cratie situation just now seems to la a Mcadoo against the held. And the opponent of Tho former Secretary of the Treasury Are. Reported o have United on Cox As the on candidate with a Chance to defeat Mcadoo at san Krch no i. They Hope to control new York. Pennsylvan i. Illinois. Indiana and new Jersey solidly. This to a. Bjork of 28.�?T Delegate. That eaves but 708. And 728 Are necessary for a c Holee. Heads delegation Indianapolis tire president Thomas it. Marshall today waa named to head the list of Indiana four delegates at Large to the democratic National convention by the state convention assembled Here. The other delegates Are former governor Samuel m. Ralston. Thomas Taggart and mrs. Alice Foster act Ullock. Split on Issue of prohibition May try to hold session All summer w by Herbert w. Walker Ashington a prudent Wilson will seek to keep Congress in session during the summer to revise the Revenue Laws and to provide for the sen oui financial Stuat on that is confront no the Treasury according to persistent reports among democratic members today. Several saw an indication of this intention in the letter of Secretary Houston to the ways and meant committee opposing the sold a Bonus stating some additional taxes May have to be imposed to meet regular requirements of the government. An intimation came from a prominent democratic Leader today that the president is preparing a Strong message to the Republican Congress m which a will charge that its failure to make revision in the tax Laws is responsible for the present unsettled financial conditions the Low Market value of Liberty Bonds and in part of the High lost of living. 9 killed in gun Battle on streets detectives open fire on min Ere who retaliate eviction from Homes starts bloody Row h bolshevik opens drive on poles Moscow wireless claims polish forces in flight North of Kieff Lon Don russian soviet troops have started a general Advance against the poles Over a 58-Mil front in the i a a lots Leport Region a my wow wire Lens dispatch said today. Russian forces pierced the polish front May 14. The Dispa or h said. The enemy s attempted resistance was futile the soviet communique a burned adding that the i Oliech Retreat continued to amount to panic in Nome District. The scene of the present bolshevik offensive presumably directed by general Brushoff would tie along a line West of the City of Vitebsk about 325 Miles North of Kleff. Polish communiques partly confirmed the Moscow statement the poles admitting their troops had been forced to fall Hack after severe fight lug South of the Wlna River which Dux s Northwest from Vitebsk toward Riga. Lloyd George in ill health unt Noton. W. men were killed in a gun Battle Between Matewan town official and citizens and private detectives at Matewan late yesterday. Mayor Cabell Testerman was tha first to fall. His killing set off a fusillade of shots which subsided after nine men Lay dead in the Street of the Little mining town. The mayor was killed by Albert Felts chief of Baldwin Felts in Etee elves. Felts it was said was killed an instant later by hid Hatfield chief of police of Matewan. A revolver Battle followed. The firing lasted until the detectives who sur a Rived the gunplay had fled. The gun Battle was the sequel to the visit of the detectives to Matewan to evict from the houses of the p. M. V. A Stone Mountain Coal company ins families of miners who recently went out on strike. State constabulary arrived in the i town Early today rid took charge of the situation. No further violence was expected. Dan version of the Story hold Tho the Battle was the Climax of a fight aver a new miners Union organisers having worked in the District. Tha detectives were in the town be Hun Sut members of the new Union it was alleged and see that they were evicted from their Homes. Mayor Testerman Eros protesting against the eviction pro Arr in when shot without warning by Felts. It is claimed who fired from his pocket and went Down the next instant As the town s chief of police opened fire. The general Battle followed. Australian Oil Deal is closed Melbourne Australia the House of representatives has adopted a blk by which the Anglo persian Oil com Pony will form a refining Enterprise in conjunction with the Commonwealth government. The company will Supply Oil fuel at australian ports being protected against dumping and unfair run petition. The Bill now will go the the Senate. Will inspect yanks on Rhine Izon Don prune minister Loyd George May is forced to retire after Tho spa conference on account of ill health it was reported Hare today. The prime minister Aas in lad Smaith during the recent Hythe conf opera get it was Learned Laid was near cd Ilaw Quot grand rapid delegation to the democratic National i convention was divided today on the i prohibition question and. As a result i will cast a divided vote at the ran Tate convention Tho Hon remo meeting Here yesterday voted 925 to 289 in rejection of i motion to instruct the i a l a i \ Calili to delegation for a prohibition Plank ill i a the delegation a not instructed is to president Tai preferences. Washington. D. C Gen. Peyton c. March chief of staff of the army will Start Junt i on an inspection tour of Tho american forces on the Rhino and maj. Gen John i Chamberlain inspector general will go to franc and England to close up army matter. Maj Ien William m Wright will Art on chief of staff during Gen Manta absence. Youth hanged by Accident Orange City. La la t7. Accidentally hanged himself while amusing the children of i employer de Jager a Quot Quot a playing Clown on. Pile Quot if Corn cobs in a shed and Hod a rope suspended from the ceiling. The die of cob slipped from under him tie lagers head a caught in the Loose. And his neck broken. Plan action to move traffic Milwaukee tensile a lion it planned her today to re Iee the car shortage which threatened to Caus suspension of Many Indus re. The a soc tax i on of Commerce a worked out Pinna for immediate or. Lense of Cai arriving Here Especial in Tho Quot it j a d in shipment of Groin Ami livestock. \ Pectal meeting of the City Council has been called for tomorrow to take action on relieving congestion Here. Would let in aliens As labor in Bond Case Board hearing rail arguments new York Joe Gluck alleged go Between and his brother Irving Luck today pleaded guilty to in die instill in Eon net lion with the i 9<>0 808 Bond theft plot. Temporary pay Bill is signed w Ashington d. C. President1wilson Hoe signed the army and Navy Page Bill providing for a temporary and i of pay a eaten for officer and it in heated men tending a Man edit in my j station on the subject at a. Later Date. Increase provided to id approximately i $60 800,800 a year. They a retract a me to Las Jan. I and will continue i until june so. 1922. Alexandra is critically ill la Nis n a Friend of Queen Alex j Arndra Mother of King George nay i the condition of the Queen Mother is much lots than has been allowed to become publicity has been announced j she is suffering from a simple exit old. A the Queen told her Friend a few Days ago she oui i not hear it Ould hardly see and do not know Why so had to i Ive so Ong Queen Alexandra is 76 j r ear Oki Ami has been a widow years. Phi to demands of Railroad a itch men for in hourly wage of 95 Quot cents and to were taken up by the United state Railroad labor Board her a Oday when k t. Whitter chairman of the conference committee of the Railroad manager a a Ocia Tion pre. Dented the Railroad a id it of the ase. The men presented their old at Washington. The demand included there Oucht by 30 000 striking outlaw switchman arid today hearing a considered especially significant because of the Cresenc Here of a a outlaw leaders from All part of the country. Manufacturers attending the Quot hearing urged the Board to Speed up and make an Early decision and expressed tha Hope that evidence offered by the Railroad might induce the outlaw to return to work pending a Ana decision. Hits methods of dry forces Chic ago judge atop ii a liquor i a Hilt he a. In tru it ordered District at Landis yesterday a violation Las a Ting the jury and urn v Civile and to w Ahu i no Quot a tary of latter v l Bill int Node a Quot a Reubi Ltd end the lit Quot or i provision of the i showing tha of farm labor i tints Aliena required under country it the unable at that entry Tuset. N. It. C the Sec re Ouid Xiv authorized by 1 by representative an new York to aus by test and head tax immigration Laws on Quot Here was a Short Agre Kiel household Erv so admitted would be the Bill. To trave this end of mix month if time to pass the lit Price too High butter returns maj a. V. Dairy male with his Aid. To be brought be fur him immediately. When they arrived he stored theme Vei in for alleged Lack of co pc Mottott in preparing eases. A Elf More of a kick is not engendered into the manner of presenting these Case Quot be declared a i will cancel Tho rent of i i term of court. To go Ort in la manner i a a to of my time i new York the american steam i nil time of tin jury. There ill i or South pole. Which arrived Here from rough ado about these cases when the Rotterdam brought Back a cargo of j men Are first arrested. Hundred of i 208 ton if american butter shipped i Gallons of liquor is seized but w Hen 1 to Germany by Armour a co. On i a he Case get to me there is Only a i account of the High Price the German j half pint of evidence. I consignees refused to accept the but i a Awby Don t you bring some of the iter. A big cares into court Quot
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