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   Washington Post, The (Newspaper) - August 7, 1920, Washington, District Of Columbia                            Member of the Associated Press The Associated is entitled to the use HOT repubiication of all news patches credited to it or not otherwise n this paper ami also the local news published here n The Washington Post is a member of the Associated receiving the compYete services of the world s greatest news gathering organization cloudy to- day and tomorrow; probably occasional Temperature imum, 85, minimum, 69. NO. DAILY AND SUNDAY EJTTERBD AS VATTEB POSTOFFICE W VSHISGTOX I> O WASHINGTON: SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 1920. (COPYRIGHT 1MO BT THE WASHINGTON POST CO TWO CENTS. PREMIERS WILL CONFER ON SOVIET NOTE; WILSON CONFERENCE DECIDES ON ANTI-LENINE, PRO-RUSSIA POLICY Lloyd George Will Meet Millerand Sunday. ARMY HEADS CALLED IN Russians Closeted With British Officials Five Hours. SEPARATE PEACE POSSIBLE No Break in Negotiations at London Result of Moscow's Replv In- sisting on Guarantees Against New Polish Attack and Calling for Poa  the legation f i om W arsaw counter action in the. i egion of Brody is developing satisfactorily. We occupied and Brodv The line of the River Bug is in our hands In the fighting in the region of Wizna we advanced and defeated bolshevik regi- ments The attacks on N'aburz ire repulsed Countless lef- ugees from the territories oc- cupied by bolshviki filling the countr> and especially War- saw Food help is necessarj The feeling of civilian popula- tion and volunteeis good." 11. S. Favors Assurance of Territorial Integrity. OPPOSES LLOYD GEORGE America Would Not Fight Whole Nation to Down Reds. WAR IS SOIVETS' SALVATION General Attack on Russia ould Unite All Factions Behind lienine. Placating of Whoe People Expect- ed to Lead to Disintegration of Armies Battling for Befense of Territory Rather Than to Support Bolshevism Troops Red in i Name Only. he I Fran I 1 L o d pan been decided that Premier George who will be accom i bv Field Marshal Sir Henry ilsor ill meet M Millerand the h premier and Marshal Sunday either at Folkestone or Boulogne to decide upon the future course o events at Five-Hour Session i tnda-v held of the ft h representa Kameneff of R r] f n and which r P ffa t ne whole ovin and An nr 1 v seal ith M KamenefF he T r t sent thro g-h M itr- M I nvd riT-pw R nar Taw were in onference and M Krass n another soviet rep resentative for more than five hours a thp premier nfffc al rep "e In tuatiori wa bai a af I t re ed and rhe e romm in to the Russians F a emphasis w laid on the for pmm ng he advance r.f t ie red arm% nto Poland proper s a --PS t the onference VJ v- 1 n w. be in a poB t n t ornmunirat" with Moscow and get v-i soviet government answer h> nda> A, h en t an he >ns h the al ed conference and de is T; taker wh rh w I be cnmmun cat e l to the ho JSP of commons TR has prorr sed by Mr 1 lovd I c be na France ts wl 1 Mr L, i eorge v. i agree to arp e nc a.te 5 rt rett by Po and and Russia Tt genera c t ha.t n ac orian e with the p-a t re of irev o is Russ a is no cal 1 ipon to s operations n an is signed The f de to tie bolshevik con nee v, expected to arrive in M T r, lav an i heg n negot ations Polish Resistance Stronger arsaw ''par hes la m that th r oTens on the River Bug t- H heen I is lear that f Pn PS ar p itting up t itter resist a n e tisp labor party is taking a rongr n matter of Po sh Rus1- an sit lation w ith a ew t arousinpr h oun rv aga nst war fth Russia The London says the confer between Prpm er LJovd Oeorge M MUlerand take pi are at the residence of r Phi p bassoon at L-vrnpne Kent Sunday It u-as here n Mav ha tre and J-ren h rialegat anP met o consider certain points o th-3 treatv of Versailles KameneflTs Arswer Is L.eo Kameneff sent I rermer (reorye last n g-ht a long commumca t on grving the soviet government s to Great Pr tain s not of Tuee dav The statement de lares the so et never desired to com h the negot atiors for an armistue -negotiations for hut that t demands that the erms of he arm T c" nclude reasonable guarantees ch uou d ent attempts on the part of Po and to use the peno i of the armistice for the renewal of hos ti e acts The sole obstacle m the way of the beginning of negotiations for the BUS pension of military operations sa> s the note is the absence of the Polish delegates whose rturn is bing aw. ait d by the representatives of the soviet govemmen n order that n-gotia t ons rray be immediatel> opened The note continues Recogn izes Polish Freedom The Russian soviet ern ment aga n declares hat it is firm In the' recognition of the freedom and inde pendence of Poland and its willing ness to grant to the Polish state wider front ers indicated bv the council and mentioned m British note of July 20 With regard to the proposed Ixm- J don conference the note says' in substance that the soviet govern had proposed that the confer- ence be only with the leading powers of the entente because the usefulness at a conference a ose fiom the fact chat w thou he ass stance of the eading powers war could not be waged by other states against Russia and so the peace of Ji-urope would be guaranteed The Kamenefr state rneni con tinues "We are still of the opinion that d rect negotia ions th Poland for peace would the interests n Russia and I olish peoples Would Fix Russian Status The conference in I ondon between Russia and the leading powers of the entente the communication wo ild have for its object the regii lanzation of the nternational posi t on of Russia and the settlement of all o itstanding ons between her and the all es for the benefit of general peace The the soviet ern ment de3 res thai. 1 oland II not he arm stiee period for a renewal of hostilities it s sp-t forth mcl ide her partial disarmament and the cea sat ion of the recrxutmg of conscript soldiers as v, ell as voluntary enrol rnents w M KaanenefT also refers to his in jterVitew with Premier Lloyd Georgre WedcesJSJAj- night and states that he to .the soviet government tne statement with regard t tne of the British go ern ment to side with Poland and to re new the blockade in consequence of the invasion of ethnographical Poland he troops of the soviet ern ment Accuses France of Aiding1 Of the guarantees desired M Ram eneff s The history of the Polish attack ipon Russ a the patent facts of sys t em a tic and xminterrupted assistance t Poland on the part of France and the p on the right wing of the Po ish armv of the t oops of Gen Grange! who also is sxipported the French ernment render it a mat ter of necessity fot the Russiaji soviet go v ernemnt to demand the inclusion in the terms of th arm   which is now the subject of cable code exchanges between Wash ington London and Paris, may be summarized as follows Would Protect Russia. does not believe that the bolshevik menace can -be re moved by fighting or antagonizing j Russian nation President and the I State Department favor a solemn i declaration by the and the United States f by the Unites States sS "Urrjtory to the lIQl (except I ing Finland and Poland) shall not be taken from the people of Russia and that such Russian territory as is now held by allied forces shall be regarded as simply held in trust to be delivered to the Russians when they are ready to receive it toward Russia and willingness to assist the Rus- sians should coincide with an un mistakable opposition to recognition of the present soviet government and all that bolshevism implies Oppose Lloyd George Policj. The Pres dent s conference with bis d plomatic advisers lasted upward of ail hpur The situation with particu lar regard to the bolshevik menace was reviewed and attention is under stood to have been devoted to the present L-loyd George policy w hich does not meet the approval of the Th situation is rgarddEttsxsoettan United States The s tuation is regarded as very grave but not hopeless But it ts ad- mitted that if diplomacy blunders at this cr tical stage Kurope may be plunged into a war of great magni tude with bolshevism the extent of -which none can foresee There never was a time when it was more impor tant for statesmanship to follow the r ght course late which e been com municated to the State Department picture the situation like this The Polish attack on Russia came at a time when the bolshevik militarv machine which L.enine and Trotzky had bu It up to spread their doctrines had begun to disintegrate on account of conditions in the countrj The bol ik promises of a soviet para disc had failed the peasants were dissatisfted and the prestige of the soviet leaders w AS at low ebb There w as furthermore no w ork ,for the machine to do and the idea City's Fate Undecided as Soviet Drive Is Slowed Up. Harding and Callers Arrange Many August Meetings. REDS BRING UP TROOPS Rush Munitions to Front, Where Shortage Has Hampered Guns. American Officials and Other For- eign Representatives Hurry Prom Polish Air Squad- ron Moves to Wa rsaw Front Tanks and French Cannon on Way to Battle Line. V- lliam G Guthrie and EUhu Root counsel for Christian FeJgen span a brewer of Newark N J j es filed with the L nited States Supreme Court a petition for a re consideration of the court s decision on June sustaining the of the eighteenth amendment and parts of the Volstead enforcement act The petition contended that the eighteenth amendment was designed to deal el> with intoxicating liquors Mr Feigenspan in his original suit sought to prove that beer of 2 7a per cent alcoholic con tent was not Intoxicating The latest petition pointed out the importance and magnitude of the constitutional questions olv ed and declared that ao far as the peti- tioner has been jable to ascertain there is no record of anv important modern case olvmg such ital questions being disposed of bv a court of final resort without explain- ing1 its conclusions The petition declared that the meaning: and effect of such an amendment was necessarily the subject of discussion and concern in the forum of public opinion, the failure of the court to Assign any reasons for its decision has tended naturally to invite criticism and create much public of waging war to propagate bolshevik theories was repugnant to the major- ity of the soldiers War United Russians. It was because of this diamtegra tion known in all European capitals as well as here tnat PHsudski at tacked in the hope of graining tern- I tory at Russia s expense by means of Poland s army of a million i The Polish invasion united Russ a just as Napoleon s invasion uni ed them in 1812 The cr> of danger to I the country aroused a patriotic spirit which brought imperialists ant bolsheviks milita-ists pacifists all 1 factions to the co ours to battle for 1 the defense of the country Instead i of disintegrating the bolshevik mil- itary macnme became a real and tre I mendous power The base of iti strength is the proverbial fighting caliber of the Russ an peasant It is bolshevik in name but Russian na- tional in composition This is army which PH- sudski K force of a million Having driven the Poles out otf SECOND PAGE (07 the ABBoclated Frras.) Pans Aue 6 fate of War saw still hangs in the balance The latest news reaching Paris tonight which was somewhat sparse ind i cates that the bolsheviki are making; little progress that the impulse which carried them forward continuously during the past week has spent itself but that they apparently are gather ins force for a fresh onslaught Mill tary observers here at ill cherish the hope that the situation may yet be saved The situation of the Polish armies although most critical by no means is desperate writes Gen Delacroix in the Temps Since they still have resources and are disputing foot by foot all the territory of the "V istuta and the San all depends on their powers of resistance and the means at their disposal In war despair is only Justified when moral strength and the power of a reaction are de stroyed That is not the case with Poland Enemy Ammunition Short. Advices received by the French for- eigrn office from the Polish front give the impression that there has been a lull in the fighting: and a stabiliza tion of the line during the last two days The enemy artillery apparent ly is short o-f ammunition and there has been delay in bringing up guns and shells to a position from wh ch they can be rushed for the final dasn to within shelling- range of Warsaw Airplane scouts over the red line probably members of the Kosciusko squadron Deport a heavy movement across the Bug River of stores of am munition guns and materials of all kinds by the enemy Sevsral squadron m ol cava.1 ry are haws biiWUaclng on the same for the last 24 hours resting Weygand Offer Unconfirmed. The foreign office has reo official confirmation of the report received from Warsaw that Gen Wey- gand assistant to Marshal Foch has offered to assume supreme command o fthc Polish army No official bolshevik communica- tion concerning the fighting: was picked up by the Eiffel tower wire less station from Moscow today The only received confined itself to reporting the meeting of the third Internationale and a protest against Polish atrocities The virtual cessation of the bolshe vfk advance in the region to the north of Warsaw (along the Prussian border) declared in the reports of the allied missions to Pol and to be due not only to Polish rallies at certain points but primary to the Russians lack of ammunition Relj on Machine Guns. It has been ascertained from the Grate vj region on the east Prus sian frontier that machinle guns were the main w capons of the soviet troops during the r recent advance there The artillery was not brought into pla> as there was no ammuni- tion for it it was declared The Russians have JTIritish German' and Japanese rifles but they are short of cartridges to fit them according to the reports Their cav alrv ia ex cellent but the mfanto is said to be tired badly clothed and sometimes short of lood Americans to Front. Aug o (By thp ed Press) to the despciate situation on the front nearest War saw the Roscuiszko squadron the air force composed for the most pai t of Americans attached to the Folisn ai mv is being transferred from the southern front The squadron will aid in the defense of the Polish cap ital The American consulate in Warsaw will be closed and Consul Rankin is making prepara ions to de part Fndaj n ght Most of the reco-ds already have been shipped away The American legation here -also is prepared to close within a very few days The legation employes have shipped their baggage to Camp Grappe the emergency headquarters, of the American typhus expedition The operations of the Koscittfizko squadron w 11 be begun in its new leld within two or three days Meanwhile bullet battered tanks w hich saw service in the great war rumbled through the streets of War saw today on the way to engage the Russians The arrival also began of 75 millimeter guns which the FYench used against the Germins on west ern front Several artillery djptach ments w ith these guns as their veap ons le't for the nearest front Where fighting with the Russians was jn progress These batteries were ex pected to begin action on The defensive line east of Warsaw has been p erced in several places; ac cording to reports from the t ron t Prrparations e been begun for transfer ing the government it that move is necessitated by the Rxuteiaa advance The officials however, still hope the soviet forces will be somewhere of the Vistula. CONTINUED OS SECOND PAGB. AUT. you think of wri think of- WH1TO PROMISED OHIO BY BIO VOTE Change in Administration Said to Be Issne Engrossing People. Large Turnout of Republicans Ex pected at State Primaries on to Be First Outside Talks Speeches Into at Columbus Club's Links. By HARRY IV PRICE. (Copyright 1920 bv Washington Post Co Marlon Ohio Aijg Republi can campaigrn so far as it relates to Marion the home of the nominee marking: time until the candidate of the Democratic party, Gov Cox has delivered his acceptance speech at the Montgomery county fair grounds near Dayton tomorrow Senator Harding the Republican nominee took the opportunity toda> to motor to Columbus with Mrs Hard ingr and the senator spent the after noon on the golt links of the Club just outside Columbus Mr and Mrs Harding were unaccompanied on their trip to Columbus and the sena tor did not know who would be h.s golf opponent when he left Marion He just wanted a days outing }le returned late this evening after a pleasant day Ohjo Claimed for G. O. P In the morning Senator Harding received numerous callers and if he himself gave less attention to the campaigrn than is his custom the headquarters were busy The candi date however received a number of callers among them Judge Harvey C Smith secretary of the State of Ohio and Frank M Ransbottom of Zanes ville State central committeeeman The vistors told Senator Harding- that they are confident of the result in Ohio Judge Smith estimated the Republican plurality in the Buckeye State from 75 000 to 125 000 It is not to be a walkover in Ohio said Judge Smith We arc confident of course but we are not to let our confidence run away with us We shall have to fight My observa tion of conditions in 1 pre auzne the same conditions in that the the men who go to the polls and vote not thinking go much of the league of nations as they are about a change of administration In othei words the league of nations iq not to be the great big vital issue with the common people Thev don t under stand it The spellbinds may talk about the league but the people aie thinking more deeply about what seven and a half vearq of Democratic administration and Wilson have done lo the nation They are not satmfted They want a change and they are de termmed to have it Wool an Issue Before Farmers. Take the faxmer for instance He is not so much interested in the league as he is in the price of wheat and wool The men in the cities are think ing about the cost of food and cloth 'ng The farmers of course want as high a price for their wheat as thej can gel 4.1 the same time here in Ohio the farmers who are raising and Ohio is an important wool grow ng "wondering what is to become of their wool for there is no market for It So the farmers are in a nx Thev are therefore far more interested in what they think are practical ques tiona than (n the league of nations All the Ills that e come to them all the problems they face they blame on the Democratic administration and they want to gel rid of it That in my judgment will be the b'g issue in Ohio Judge Smith opined that the pri election on Tuesday w ill not give a proper index to the general political situation in Ohio so far as it relates to The Republicans wil poll a big vote in the primary be cause there te extraordinary interest n the contes inasmuch as there are ;everal cand dates for governor and Lnited States senator as well as lively contests in the counties whereas the Democratic candidate for governor State Auditor Donahe> is unopposed and the content for Lnited StlLes sen a.tor is occasioning only passing m terest Democratic ote to Be Lught. tl only natural therefore there will be a big- Republican on Tuesdav s primary while the Demo cratic ote will be compara tively small and no line can be had on the election result in November While here Judge Smith and Mr Ransbottom asked the candidate to fix a date for the visit of a delegation of Republ cans from Muskingum countj, which l sin tha Fifteenth congres- sional district The thing will prob- abli resolve itself into a Fifteenth distuct however and the date will probably be Sepetmber 15 The first delegation to visit the front porch from outside Ohio will be one from Indiana on August 28 This was arranged today when Ealias C Jacoby chairman of the Indianapolis Harding Club State Senator Arthur R Robinson and Judge Bash asked for a date Mr Jacoby told Senator that It la wish of the Rardinff Club to make this visit than an Indianapolis affair, rather that it should take the form of an In- CONTIWUBD ON SECOND PAGE TO Dayton Is Lavishly Decorated for Notification Today. LONG TOUR ARRANGED FOR League of Nations Declared to Be Uppermost of Issues. Will Go to West of 15O.OOO Promised at Visit to Gravesend Race Track, New York, August of Montana, Heads Senate Campaign Commit- Headquarters Chosen. (By tbe Associated Dayton Ohio A.ug 6 Cox will carry to the country in a few on speaking tours continuing until November the Democratic gos pel he will outline here tomorrow in accepting" party s presidential nomination The governor announced after con ferences late today with party man ag-ers here for tomorrow s notiflca tion ceremony that he would speak throughout the middle and Kastern States until September 1 and then toui the entire West including- the Pacific coast We feel that we can win he said w herever folks are and where the case can be stated State lines don t amount to much Confers With Managers The nominee s speaking plan1? were arranged with George White chair n an of the Democratic national com mittee and Senator Harrison of M s 3 ssippi head of the speakers bureau in perfecting: campaign organizatjon affairs ahead of tomorrow s celebra tion During this month no elaborate speaking tour will be attempted but numerous addresses will be made principall> in Ohio W est irgmia Indiana and the East Vhe governor stated Among definite addresses fixed were those for the Ohio Demo era tic convention at Columbus Au- gust 17 and at New York city on gust 28 The latter will be made at the Gravesend race track at the New Rorjt police field day games and a ero A. of 150 000 persons has been promised Dates m New England The grovernor also to at the Ohio rifle match, AuffUat 12, the Virginia. Democratic convention at heeling: 14 and the Indiana edjtors meeting- at South Bend later this month Speaking in New land this month also are under con sideration The September estern trip will be the first general tour for Cox and Senator Harrison said It would cover all out M est to San Prancisco and also Los Angeles Vmong" organization announcements of Mr "White were se ection of San Francisco for Pacific coast and Rocky Mountain headquarters w ith feerruor Key Pittman of Nevada in charge They will open in two weeks Mr White said, declaring: the Democrats have good reasou to hope to w in m both mountain and coast States 1 It also was announced that Senator Walsh of Montana on September 1 J would succeed Senator (.Terry of Rhode Island as chairman of thf 1 Democratic senatorial tampaigrn Mr Walsh probably will divide t mr between New York and Chicagro head quarters League 1 ppermost Issue The league of nations appeared the uppermost campaign issue according to a brief statement by the governor and in the talks between party lead ers The m a said he was informed that a count of his mail showed so to 90 per cent was from Republicans writing about the league Many ministers a so h  unt I he p to the fa rgrounds about 1 o cl c k tomorrow afternoon to review the parade of march ng de egations fol lowing a buffet I a noon at Trails End for rhp not on and national committee and other Notification b> Robinson Gov Cox g expected to teg n sptak ing shortl> before 3 o i lock f< ow the no 11 flea t ion address of Robinson of T ie illiam A Hale of the Ktformr Chu-rch will pronounce t tion and the Rev Marl n I e of Holy Roman   i d r Robinson J I Tun Itj F deni Wilson s secretir and ofncets and members of the nationala nd notifl cation comm itu es Fifteen thousand pilgrims were pected In the parade I in on special trains and motor parties eartv tomorrow The weather man promised no ol and waj m tjeinir his foi ecast Delegations in I nifonm Oh promi t f nsh the notification throng aHh arp; delegat rep rted n ro i r ft m outside nclude I Oflf i om I rid an it ol s ''OO G iffev C lub P t sb _h 0 F rt a n e Ind 00 Ihiladelphia 200 IroqvH Cl ib hu ag ftT d a I ouisville (Iv. Cine nnit nlumb Js and elind worn ep ed sending the ai gp Ohi d eg tions except ng that of >a n T bert Cox the ernor father w CUNTIM FD ON ON P I Uproar in Commons Over Irish Bill; Speaker Suspends Devlin Shouting "I Have No Respect for the House! I Despise It" Nationalist Assails Premier. Coercion Measure Is Passed Amid Cries of "Gagged." August 8 (Bv the lated Press) an overw helming majority the government th s eve ing jammed through the Irish coer on bill designed to restore order in Ireland Lengthy debates preceded the voting in the houst. of commons but lacking the" presence of Premier L. ovd George and Herbert H Vs juith (hey did not stir the interest vhich attached to v esterday s d scus ;ion and were far less acrimonious notable exception was a fur ous >utburst by Joseph Devlin national st nember from Relfas who defied the minority of the house to bring him to >rder and precipitated an exciting scene as a result of which he was suspended He stalked out followed b> all the other Irish members and most the entire labor representation Colsl for the Premier For a time it seemed as f there was no way of suppress ng Mr Devlm ex cept removing him He un loosed a flood of invective against the bill demanding that Mr Llovd Georgp be summoned to share responsibilitv for this fnqu tous measure and ve hemently asserted the reason the pre mier was absent was that he might roncoct another war with Russia. From the government benches cries of "Order1 Order arose with ad monitions to respect the house Mr Devlin shouted in reply I have no respect for the house of despise it Bedlam then broke out When the chairman finally man aged to make himself heard he se verely admonished Mr Devlin threat ening to expel him from the chamber if he continued to ignore the author ity of the chair Xtorltn, had now worked him- self ttp to a high pitch continued de- fiant, whereupon the chairman called serareant-at-arms to remove him. Devlin refused to budge, and the chairman found ft   i handful of prals to continue the fight on the bill and there was not further excitf met with shout ofctaoinshr nent until apphcat on of cloture met with angrj shouts of gagged Year's Limit Refused The only interesting point of the actual debate was an in effect ua1 at tempt to induce the ernment to limit operation of the act to one jear Sir Dona d Maclean who moved an amendment to this Affect declar mfe that to place Ireland under per manent martial law would Mr ke a blow at anv fu urp at empt at rap prochement between the two Sir Greenwood chief secre tarv for Ireland opposing this amendmen d the government w ould consider the matter and it RENEWED; 3 KILLED Federal Troops Ordered to Restore Quiet. TOTAL DEATH ROLL, 5 Machine Guns on Buildings; Armed Men Patrol Streets. ALL THEATERS ARE CLOSED M on L  Judge, ho Deiref-s That Strike Must Be earl> 5OO Ameri- can Legion Men and With Sa-Red-Off on Guard in enter of the Associated Denver 6 Three men were k 111 ed and t h i rt pen i n J u red when noting return d striking car men and their at tl e east  i later thap the morninjr f ist a cording to a telegrram re eived here tomgiit Gov ishoup from the centraj de- partment of the I nited bUttes annv at Chuaeo Felera] troops at. Port I ogan f >lo have been ordered to hold in readiness for im- mediate a 1 e ording to the tele- gram Sti I Hold I n t r A PI n rdered th r K s eel car T f> i A the or iri fri Ik-5 on i n w i f-m The v rnn 7 I irmen a un on of i r n i for ailing the si T w. t Hen s, iberg J larUfL T F X 1 h. M Kidd P 1 I And: S H. s ep n T e leade were to ir jun htaned I v t f f v, jsro i P f- f i o i lucirg1 iifo ng I Arint d in Kcadinrss B w ep n 4 f i i f m e an Le p: o i r m t re i forms h K t- w or d, a r i n L. ou rgda r f i, the eg-ja i n r f iu n he In n n nred i a I rd w th n n t d n i h i iatr th 1 t w n d Other n d h nr e i w e n id on tops h d r g- i ea -il trn i t n l e r M in atJou'-and i T- p pd the po cf- ite n n i n a. n der f f a med w th t fie1- aved f h j_ n and A th A s n d ig mt ng pic- re h i t h o w r l n w erf- 1 t n gh itizen1- vt f t rfif1-- Mi Jievlo erm r at h n P da h h p p v. e e grather ns r i ktT-- and n path ?r v I nions Blame t at n ght re a v-embl> and In n prr ng nat f r the ot nj r, t r a-d e and a that th bam n nrection b ad ad lab I ran "A a> Mpn s t h e a' ei 10 n P re ble an rg-an ?r lared 1 ca ing f r j t h l t h ir at. d tn 1 mad t horn HP had t t> Gov. Cox Will Receive Antisaftrage Delegation e Tc-n Aufi (j Bea tr f Shi 1 tc of C nc nna an ant leader r O! now ir Nash e tr Qt the fls' l against i at fj ng the sjlTrapp mendirent Thurs da} nigh rece a e egram from COTS secretary in wh ch the latter ox -wou d be p eased to a d e frorr this p ace t -n e npx v, eek Oh o 6 Harriet o' Lpton o' t L I ce chair man of the Repub in com m ee ee tor for He Ten" t) represent tre RepuTlican partv n t e fight for w ornin puff rage n Tennessee C ha rman AV H requested Mrs Ipon ta represent the hoped it would be poss ble to repeal t. and Mrs arr e Chapman Catt the act before a vear expired The asked hoT lo rep-e8ent the amendment was rejected by a large VVomens Quffrage Association majority Dublin Aug 6 hundred sol diers today raided and v. recked six houses in the of Doon, ac cording to received from Thurtes The Lecky road police barracks situated In heart of the nation- alUt district 
                            

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