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   Washington Gazette (Newspaper) - November 5, 1920, Washington, Indiana                                Game tut on New new he first Hviloaal matchos aro open 541 fora to bout inflrrt Join tho mfcflnwi which the and b the only members who the i announcement Intri Inc both arn rriorntxi this riub Thft thlnwt the t diplomacy Win Ja nt thatb By the Associated today wired his congrai tho IANAPOUSi returns todav made prac n thp kM and Everett intEe dis Dunham AjuTJolm dictates for Thy led their opponents by i practically a third of the precincts in the dis r of eleven of the republican candidates for noW seems T Sejiator Harding to maintain his lead a chance of his plurality mounting over United Statfs Senator James Watson and Warren Me candidate for followed Harding with slightly smaller leads Ur the Associated three hundred fourteen precinctsout of in Indiana for president gives and hundred sixtyfive precincts for sena fre Watson and Two thbucand ninety precincts for governor give McCray 1 By the Associated repnbfigta presidential swept Indiana at Tuesdays Jtis plurality over Governor his democratic witt be over if returns which are yet to come maintain same ratio as those already v tf x Returns from precincts of the in the tabulated tins votes for for a lead for the Ohio senator of in the republican 1aders success wem James candidate for United States and Warren candidate for to from had S02 votes while Thomas his democratic f m nurlc othc Japa tbfll Unit 1 hinn Unit by tot VI jct 1 at nhlcl bpa U6n or di poraj Ktt II Ja a inv i county Senator Harding a conrfortabhyphir 164 wcincts out of 177 received as against for Governor Senator Watson also carried Marion for in the compilation he re ceived as against for Thomas Taggart Hat Ilic Ot land ownership lf Iof Jtiatead of jof her ownaccordrwjtricted ItrraUon of her the itAtw hy uifl ipan now taWriic thf Jatman similar to that Bentoward Japan 67 years of patlenco aftd forebear ht Knneko that the Japanese Amirirnn was of thin Homepeople talk of 1 went iV xallcd Intelligent claiuiM feai hwsrd war In the near future ily convaiced that auoh talk lit In merely to attract tho alien jjlher Hi that tho two nations were each Amrkja will her operations Jh Hawaii I mater how economic advantageanil bow military and naval Mrngth may she will not por nhipplnr from Mo Oje shores of Japan torn She Willnot be able to deal Jcrti jto nor land n sin the aofl The win permit such r4MJapan been her How marin pr ray sfc thol And1 naJJWal has I many i that be aWe to lartif marines from ful fleet In San Japan transportthe mfllion to make the landlnir of llow will rnenfl U If altoKfther iin even If Japnn ar I occupy aportion of jheweirf of the AtnerUon the LpltMl States wfll 4iot b Quite lhaton VMll pny to Anurlri not acivuhplliib Jert arid becauiie of very i will never bo L which tho kpnrt for btcn eachto be by JieouUoniy orii given by a wy rift two by j of htn four laid down under Is to Fiicn hh decision and htn r if they tnttrf ihv cothi ricnB nilffl thnro onn lw no 3 with a tj be rtfi ma IraJner iJr twfoodl Thn phvMliHan Jiulred in examine the U before tho bout and to certlf j LeJvinnh Mlchlicnn of i20 mlesot year In to take a or ihe iSi Late returns enow tnat me repuoiicans i with uie idea of preventing on their national ticket and their fiz H that will be than rest saWj wfll pnve npnrdxtmatelj fifteen of the to the from ami ihe nhnoxjmrtteb Unit Completes Its in Europe and Returns District 11 Coal Miners to Hold Election Dscember 14 of copdldateR for elec rnlttu Mine Workf of which tniiudcri the vttyt coal I Those whono names Boanl XriAjbcr r D Een IPoieo frkt and William DUTES ON Jnhn Jld Stownrt Scbmldt I W iltinm llarrj James Thoraaii Jnhn John Andrea Fivonmn and M TICKET f il 816 WIN TIIOMPSok PLlRitHT IN EXCESS OF HfNS AHEAD IN DAVtRSS Davicss count became imbued with tl r idcu tljti UcdsllitCs arc popular an K5l Thoninn Itwlf mu cf Bnrd Member 8 lunlinv onllon TiKKlai Th tfljCial tabulation was jah tho boara of fccUcn couilnfa Btard i nlxut 1 o clock Wednesday aft that Allen Karvls nnd rl republican cnhdilatr mniolloi n menihi r CunsiOei tlv the I unit Associated The ame to ivftf fd n tKe in Jlnil ThK would jimeiirAUy fthe nnHOnol wrt frnrft Terr Haute stote i The Tpvlnjp ahoot twentyHtit road In Ilnnroek llfftry nnd the rtT the 110 throuijb anl fTfrf the pledging supp citjfzen to the executive authority in whatever emergei THE governors telegram read In the spiritof I accept the ileosion ma jority and tender as the defeated candidate congratulations and pledge as a citizen my support to the execltfcive authority in whatever emergency might that each boxer Li By the Associated feturns received today from yesterdays election in most state i served only to in crease the lead gained early last night by the republican candi Late returns ehow that the republicans Ohio were vic and Jurtwn nr chp co authorize bouts their to hpectatorn Is not knhwn until thoy ihnlr place at Ibn Thin I jurther check against fraudulent ro Inder 4hf law itate Returns from approximately half of the state continued to give Harry a lead of than i over The vote from prscmcts gave Davit i and have authority xlrnllar tn of ajty jpoUhcilii In require the tcMilmonyfof nil mntPtrH lurlwUctlono linuts In city prcvioubly only In male ore now allowed equal privileges i nialv followent of the and at nriit of the boutH unler the new nlnlty tian Kprlnkleil throughnut has prphllil orilcrfnl to d lertionnbfe actira In presi to Senator Postmaster Examination i to Be Held Here Tho Inited States civil service cai LsKinn un o he heU a roFult fitwl I In trrtincatlon jl ill a contrmplatryVaninev In BihriroJMi nnrtnc Kokomo and fortv betwrrh Sejmour rtrid fho wnrtW hnve n ff nr Nflrhlpnn onth n florheoter on Kite drawift A nunl Eton t and regions and man jf UH fhave returned to r Ambrlcal nrnrk vian accornpllflhed 1 itioo consisted of 5 Tho American architcolH town to selected Thin pliai Stall of JBoston ana FrenciT of jtf town ilftiUc approval of thf mqmberjt livuiB at lolomto 1 Ifa moat ttna I of that This by Nathaniel KnowjN of Joseph ot fflevf r1 Olddlngs of Yoik Wilder of were rpaklny thp members of unit liiclud Ird of and 1 Elaine of aps of tho district which the ri designed and of the church of Saint Claudo llcldcn and Sri Aftrfntnnt 4p Lesal AVilllnm Alex Charles Jamex Lnorr and fliilin John i count by Senator Watson curried with It iqtelmn tt wfcrk uftderthe W Myron of Mlnneapo llale Wolkw co fwlth the town architect In town plahjltiwlf nril Isnm itb and Warron McCroj off with pi tec packww labeled Congreiuman Bland Increased his plu rallt of two ears ago and flnlbhc4 Br stwat Vance wcured a majority the tmlt a of new and sanitation nontechnical of engaged tor two tine V nt flf lie iv vxiniu o M f i tie ITI I i nirr Fttite whriv it I ill It ii i i a4 i i u the jti i iitiniitiii AJ are of t lie i i iuoe f j t i u lUl H the rnal ttdlakSoldi Will Be Given Fating Burial NOT now nute wt Who died on and jnountnln and ftlfnt Sntl It that rtoble erected Vhleh tll JMt tn irether offictpt rfrh and of thelwd of Wr wan the Alfflcijjiv of bunrln who fell The aotiort he fiarto rtnitB te Jhln which th mminUtln thst dynv had In ordwr to 4 deep MTierial i Form t futt lifofonaJClf the requl rawrtfiof can he from U of Of front Stai tehjl service r snQujH TiS properly trtTniKi Died Oi at By the Associated NEW of the most sf eping republi can victories in party history today stood retooled Senator Harding for president and a republican congr In the absence of the final the plurality early today gave him assurance d electoral college as against 127 for Other statss regarded as doubtful have toral i States conceded1 to Harding are Calif votes 6 7 Delawar 13 10 18 IS 12 8 4 New 14 New 4S 24 Or 38 Rhode S 4 7 Wezt 8 13 Wyo Cox had safely the 9j 6 14f By the Associated NEW conbfolfof for another two years with an increased majority increase ta the senate was a major part of tl i A net gain of votes in the house was the fifteen republican senatorial candidates ners today for the nineteen democratic senat of th minority party had been returned wi ijul in By the Associated Kentucky gave G stantial re sleeted United Mdemocrat and on face of the and three republican from threefourths of the voting precinctSm 1 a lead of more than Uifr fu Average Temperature for October Was The wmpeniture o Oct was degreeiti to of I maximum of 88 grrva wui regutered on October and minimum M degree reicUUred on tober and The toifcl rainfall durtncthe p UUIoh In any H wax of an I October Killing frosla occureJ October tmd were Cl I Debs GetsSe m A I I III If HI I II I 1 1 U nil III nUnill FQfi Txhs rteelvcd CARRJIKS OplO i D parti cloudy and flve Medical Student Executed lift by Authorities at MAX JRXT4 8CIWTANTIAL nlclit in th i where he b Tiontlon nf the tiimu reached tl from tho Atlant telephone and munifntrd to I Cox Hing tids of hi in the Iventyfive elec 13 electoral 3 29 ew onv 5 Pennsyl v 329T 12 Ar election Eight of state gave Cox in Prison G at ci ndjdnto for ylecllbn jjdturna tvderal penUcnthiry ins a sentoncA for Tho prlimn nuthpriUen nrnpnpcr by promptly com hlK WAS execul nt Jat Joy 1rlsdn iriornlnK for Ing part in an attack on A military I i cort tlbe last sumni with tUH aoUUera were filled dur When the hour totatc that of Fall Dnnng Runawmy tvr point Wtwey and orer aWbi dectea coroner Jy Ryan by SOU In the the BW result that jnany defeated jtWownfro way 100 off in A the tram Ut UM tothe Oebrgand Ind Ipon the fhoc ait tho imoffrjfll Ilar1lnc arc loni rnlcuatul from comethins like komo and haved 60 of reported Oscar pnlitn without a congnwrnan of nextdoor ne Secomldliiirlct has defeated WHUVun fenco ncparatin I Cullopof Vincenncs by a plurality of i Cut will ttirry bui onu Sul reduced plu mllty uheniihe ordinary and averasjo Sullivan county referred to the precincts piat have will Kivc to to carry Sullivan county by but in order to m the mfe Sidehe la gtven tho county by Returns Orecnn county Indlrotp that Blandbaa carried Greene coun ty by BOO by 1SOC Monroe 11MKnok by Owen by 150 and f DaviefB by and the official j tabulatlrin of county gives tho confcrenman I friends of the congressman are elatedover in the oountyi by CTt HarclingFind Cnx voted for Hiirdlng I Cox Penetrating Wo naw penctraU the the I try that That was the t thronyhv the cutV klthoucb without and rifr vioied foe Election Polls r Wt ipy VV i In beannmroccd Thms r I V jrniUeianiJ   

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