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Steubenville Herald (Newspaper) - August 19, 1920, Steubenville, Ohio THE SUFFRAGE IS RATIFIED BY HOUSE BY SLEN Thus Completing Ratification of the 19th Amendment to the Constitution - First Vote 47 to 49-Speaker Changes Vote Making 50 for Ratification Ask for Reconsideration - Tennessee 36th Leased Aug. 18.-Tennessee today became the thirty-sixth to ratify the Susan B. Anthony Federal Suffrage The constitutional change thus will become effective in time for the 17,000,000 women of the country for the Presidential election in Na unless the lower house of the Tennessee assembly rescinds its action of today in adopting the ratification 49 to 47.; Speaker leader of the put opponents in a position to demand reconsideration by changing his vote nay to aye and moving to The had the advantage of todays victory and expressed confidence that Speaker Walker's motion would be voted down i The next in ratification would the certifying of action of the assembly to the secretary of state of the United who upon its receipt would issue a declaring the amendment * 7 i Suffrage leaders declare they will iot slacken their efforts as they to least one other state ratify before the November as thy expect a to be made against Tennessee's because of the clause in the state constitution which prohibits any assembly from acting on an not sub mitted before the members were Both United States Solicitor and the Attorney General bf Tennessee have declared this to be in light of the recent decision of the supreme court in the Ohio referendum 1.-Ratification of the federal suffrage amendment was completed today with favorable action by the The vote in the house was 49 to 47. The senate the amendment last Friday by a vote of 25 to Speaker in an attempt to have the changed his vote to aye and moved that Buch Walker's change of his vote gave ratification a majority of 50 to 46. Mr. Walker is to call up the resolution for reconsideration at any time within the next two Adjournment was taken until ten o'clock Aug. 18.-Ratification by the Tennessee Legislature was the culmination of an intensive drive made by suffrage to have the amendment made effective in 5tirae for the women of the country to vote in the presidential election in The drive was started when West Virginia became the thirty-fourth state to ratify early this Washington was the thirty-fifth ratify and on the same flay it March 22, Governor of called a special session of legislature of that state to act on the The Delaware assembly met early in May and the senate action by the house was delayed despite pressure brought to bear by the leaders of both great parties and by President Finally on June 2, the Legislature adjourned with the ' ratification resolution still in the home committee of the Meantime the Louisiana met and efforts were made to have it act President appealed to Governor Parker recommend but the Governor declined to The ratification resolution was taken up late in. was debated at intervals through the month and into Governor the Democratic presidential threw his influence on the side amendment declaring that the Democrats of the legislature owed it to their to the N. Aug. 18.-Suffrage leaders predicted today that an attempt would be probably before to North Carolina senate reconsider the by which is decided yesterday to postpone action on of the federal suffrage amendment until the next regular session of the Opponents on the other planned to their by bringing about the defeat f the ratification resolution in the ouse Representative floor said be was confident a vote would in for his line up of the Democratic and Republicans on the vote for ratification 35; 34; absent 1. 15"; no 12; absent 2. The Tennessee legislature met on August 9, and North assembly convened on thV following The Tennessee senate than a or on 1' day after Governor Bickett submitted the the North Carolina Efforts of opponents through court action to prevent the amendment coming effective are Long before the legislature suffrage an at Nashville and launched their ' President Governor Cox and yther loaders of the Democratic party urged the Democratic members to ratify while leaders of the Republicans par ty asked Republicans in the lature to vote for the These messages led to charges of 18.-The suffragists won the preliminary in. the house today when a motion to table the resolution lost This have put over action until 1921. Some of those keeping tally of the votes the vote on this motion as. 49 to 47 in and first reports were that suffrage had - The official tally showed a tie and to make assurance doubly a second roll call was The vote again waa recorded 48 to 48, and the to table was declared Aug. 18..-Mrs. Abbey Scott political chairman of National Woman's who has been working with Governor Cox and also at Marion with Senator the presidential in behalf of made the following men have splendidly we thank them but American women can take to their hearts the happy assurance that women won the enfranchisement of American - 5000 Immigrants Arriving Daily in The United States Associated Press Leased Aug. 18.-More than 5,000 immigrants are arriving daily at Ellis the department of labor announced today in reporting that the tide of which after the had heen more than balanced by the increasing inflow of Only the lack of transportation fa and the difficulties of immigration Central officials of the of labor has prevented the outstripping of all previous records during the past Despite these unfavorable conditions 800,000 immigrants arrived in the United States during the 12 months ending June 20, as compared with during the corresponding period the year before and the record of 1,285,349 in 1907. Foreign steamship companies have reported to the immigration authorities that all accommodations for a year in advance have been booked by prospective TO nE INVESTIGATED * * New Aug. 18.-Jns. federal prohibition enforcement today started an investigation to ascertain whether there was really a in the bottles passed out Inst night nt the opening performance of at a local While singing an encore t o one number We've Got the chorus girls passed down the aisles carrying baskets filled with tiny labeled Overcoming n wholesale a few in audience opened smacked their lins and exclamations and that left rio doubt as to their opinion of the KIWANIS TO CITY INTERNATIONAL OFFICER HERE ARRANGING FOR A K OF C. FUND INCREASED 081 CAMPAIGN PORT MADE LAW And Turn in Over as Fruits of theif Drive or Subscriptions for munity Center Fund - Teams Active The campaign workers for the fund for the Catholic Community Center met last night at 7:30 at the K. of C. club rooms for their first Chairman Brady called the meeting to and George Maley his called for reports of the Major team of the reported the largest amount the their f 3,330, Major team has amount to having a total of Major Wolpert's team reported the largest amount subscribed for the day for the their total being while Major Gallup's team has the largest amount to having The teams reporting and their total to date is as Monday Major Feist 1545 Major Maurer Major Polcyn Major Hennings Major Wolpert 1940 1635 2130 2410 Total 2795 5290 3485 3485 3180 Toledo Has Another Traction Proposal Associated Press Leased 18.-The Toledo car often referred to as a hero since the days of Brand another phase when it announced that a franchise had been completed and would be submitted to council next Monday night the ordinance be passed by it is it will be presented a of the people at the regular election in The franchise Issue follows refusal of tho approve the municipal ownership ordinance submitted a week ago THE Fair tonight and Not much change in Monday Total Major Nolan Major Powers 1798 3548 Major Shannon Major Gallup 1584 4638 Major 1021 1931 Major Hughes 3330 4389 Grand Miss County Red Cross gave a graphic description of her work ' which brought homo forcibly the workers the need for such work as the Catholic Community center to Miss related many Incidents occurring during her short which illustrated the influence which environment and i est have o thp est have on the mental and moral stamina of the growing and the of and amusement for children under proper religious listening to her and enthusiastic talk the workers were spurred on to new and expect today to got the total amount they are aiming ' Reverend Fathers Powers and also made short addresses calling attention of the workers to the fact the obtaining of this was no child's but a strenuous task which they had set for and on attaining the goal they would bring honor upon Center in Short addresses were also made Fred Ed. F. j Gos i and several the closo of the meeting a substantial lunch was served by thp Catholic Women's Practically everywhere that solicitors called they were and large Continued on Page Ten t Regarded as Great Outstanding Movement for Better Business in United States and Steubenville may be the next potential link in the virile chain of Kiwanis composing the Ohio wanis district and have a fixed place on the International Kiwanis I Hal P. of representing the board of trustees of I the Kiwanis Club is j in the city making ed survey and arranging for a conference of outstanding local business men to be held Friday evening 8 o'clock at the Chamber of Commerce In accordance with rules governing the parent the club nearest a city contemplated for organization must act as At the intercity meeting of Ohio Kiwanis Clubs in Cincinnati a few weeks held in conjunction the regular meeting of the board of trustees of the Ohio Kiwanis the Wheeling Kiwanis Club made a formal request that an effort be made to interest Steubenville in this great movement for better Mr. came here from where he aided a group of business men in introducing the Kiwanis will return tonight city where on Thursday he is scheduled to make an address before the Alliance Kiwanis F. governor of the Ohio the in- Kiwanis board of will be the guest of thiB and - Mansfield and other near-by Kiwanis are to in propagating the Kiwanis spirit in ' Mr. Denton return to Steubenville morning at the conference here in the evening Willi outline in detail Kiwanis will mean to Steubenville as i and individually to those who may be en fortunate as to become affiliated with the word said Denton means It is an Indian The organization's slogan is It is an appellation fitting for a body composed of not in the sense bricks and but in. civic spirit and community I might say that in every community we are the strong right arm of the outstanding civic more often termed the board of trade or chamber of by reason of the fact that we a cohesive force of red-blooded men minimum of dead builder spirit of Kiwanis extends also to the relations which exist between business their fellowship and their ideals and standards of the Kiwanis movement is the deep-rooted conviction that exploitation chicanery and downright dishonesty in commercial affairs will have short shrift in business circles where the closely observed rule of unto others as ye would that they should do unto - are more than 300 Kiwanis clubs in the United States and Can Mr. a gross membership greatly in excess of 30,000 outstanding retailers and professional and not to exceed two in a given line of endeavor in each In Ohio there are Kiwanis Clubs in Alliance Martins Warren and the movement has never gone into any city without a formal request or of the Cleveland Kiwanis Club particularly interested In the growth of Kiwanis in the Ohio District this as tho international convention of Kiwanis Clubs is to be held in our June 21-25 of next when it is expected that fully 7,0-00 Kiwanians will be in Gus J. treasurer of the Guardian Savings and Trust and president of the Cleveland is chairman of the general convention SETTLEMENT IN THE CENTRAL COMPETITIVE COAL Ohio Western Penna. Operators Said to Oppose Readjustment With Illinois and Associated Press Leaked Aug. 18.-A division of the bituminous coal operators of competitive field Illinois and Western separate bargaining with the miners of each is it was learned after meeting the ' two appointed by ' the joint scale who reported a disagreement to the In deadlock the miners request an of alleged inequalities existing in the recent of President Wilson's bituminous coal exist among i the operators of the four j William Secretary-Treasurer of the United of may result In the disruption of the joint wage movement in was learned from an that operators of Illinois and Indiana are in favor of the controversy existing over the in the wage the operators of Ohio ami Western Pennsylvania are opposed to adjustment ET ARMIES XV A. WORKER FLEES BEFORE REDS RUSSIANS HAVE LOST TOUCH WITH BASES OF Polish Counter Offensive Successfully Clears Danzig Corridor of Enemy Troops - Poles Driving Eastward Russians are Forced Ordered to Give Priority to Transportation of Road Making Materials and Associated Press 0, Aug. railroads in Ohio today Were ordered by f State Utilities Commission give priority - to transportation of road making materials and and to immediately assign cars for filling of such Action of the Commission was the of the State Highway which declared that of new roads and maintenance of old has been held up 50 per cent because of failure of railroads to furnish cars for of Highway Commissioner Taylor estimated that the state would have spent more than on roads by had materials and machinery been Completion of the highway projects is essential before Rood weather Taylor He will file data with the Utilities Commission as to the number highway completion of which with information as to of materials number ' of cars the the of Miss in chaw of A. work in Polish has been the of Her homo is in Cal. PS ADD RE SS TOUCHING CAMPAIGN ISSUES IN GENERAL Senator to Members of Ohio Assembly Tomorrow Important 1 Election Expenses Of Few Aspirants 18.-Roscoe C. spent in his unsuccessful campaign for the Republican nomination for Governor according to his expense account filed today at the secretary of state's C. Q. of had his account He was defeated Republican nomination for Joseph nominated for Attorney General Stephen A. defeated for the Republican nomination for auditor of spent according to his Poisonous Booze Increases Patients Elaise of Railroad Rates is Refused Aug. 18.--ThiB Ohio Utilities Commission today ' refused to permit in ' the state to raise passenger rates 20 per milk rates and excess baggage - 20 per and place a 50 per cent on Pullman spaco ns in the recent order bf Commerce Associated Press leased Wire New Aug. 18.-The number for in. Bellevue hospital has increased August 18-Sanator Harding was invited of the Association of Marion a picnic today park on outskirts of the It- that - late in the afternoon he would deliver a brief touching in a general way on campaign issues of the the nominee spent working the address he will deliver 'a porch delegation made-up and former of the - Ohio This it had been indicated Harding will deal with several will be of the most important he has delivered in A feature of the day was a call on tho Senator by a of members of of an organization founded several years ago at State University for the promotion of the the Indian Tomorrows to the Ohio legislature delegation probably will be the last during the It been arranged for Republicans voters from Lake to call Saturday been postponed in order to fit in with the plans of Indiana delegations that arc to come here Aug. 1.-Senator Harding received his little front porch delegation It consisted of Blx barefoot urchins who marched up in military dignity under the o a cocky Utile bearing an American flag and a Harding picture nailed to back Associated Leased Aug Poles havo captured a short distance east of according to a from tho polish The battle of Warsaw be to the Foles the dispatch Aug. 17.--A message from stated that the Poles had succeeded in ing the Russians back from the Vistula lor a distance of 15 Aug. 17.-The KusHian Soviet peace terms were road Polish delegates at their meeting with the Soviet Republic in Minsk The Polish answer will bo returned Aug. 17. - Bolshevik forces into Poland march any concern for their lines of according to of refugees gathered by Warsaw They have lost all witSi the bases of and Refugees state had not In ing their was nothing the relatively thin Bolshevik front Thoy declared it was possible to travel many miles without seeing a Single Bolshevist vigorous effort on the part of sufficient to in- a defeat upon the vlet tho newspaper decla is ' why the Bolshevik high is anxious to finish the struggle Poland as quickly as Soviet Officers who have been taken prisoners confirm that the successes gained by General Russia causing considerable anxiety in the of the Bolshevik ' believe the capture ' of Warsaw will end the war with a ballef which is by no shared by the Soviet tho cf encouraging are holding out dazzling prospects booty in Little impression upon the men is being for tho morale of the decreasing In the region of a number of worn cut hungry detachments have to obey orders and It has been necessary .to replace them with executions had no effect upon the The Soviet soldiers are tired of tho The are hurriedly thu railroad to a broad guage and are employing men on this Aug. Polish counter offensive with Thorn ae its base has successfully cleared the Danzig corridor of Russian according to received from the French mission The Polish forces are still driving report Fatal Aug. 17.-French troops clashed with the tha town of important mining town of Upper eleven persons being killed and 26 Workers in all the towns in Upper Silesia struck at noon as a test against the war between Russia and Aug. 18.-The French government intends protest energetically against the decision of Reginald T. High sionor at who further of French it learned - - Several French munition arts anchored outside Mr. according a report from the Fronch Ambassador to the attitude that he has sufficient troops to Liquor Pirates May Have Been Crowned New band of river pirates early today attempted where | now pending I the arrival of will a snow They serenaded the Senator with a - were rewarded with j if i further munitions ore unloaded and smile apiece and | at I a wun port of Commissioner of Public made public The difference between now and former he Is in the symptoms ailment and the - ui t HAND OVER of the he pirates early today attempted I Leased down in a Without any to where j Mexico Aug. 17.___ warning and recover quickly if at worth of liquor was stored a presidential commission will In nearly every case It. is and driven off by a watchman tonight for Lower covered that the person has had Several of to arrange for Cantu only one or two after which who jumped from a hand to Luis M. Salazar j his mind becomes He knows launch in drew up to the | office of Governor of that state until he in the in- police to j to an official in the have been t iH maintain the council of is acting tho supreme council does not meet again until early in 1\ 1 late
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