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Albany Decatur Daily (Newspaper) - June 23, 1920, Albany, AlabamaSir he a Quot v 11 a ,. A. Spas Felss �.-t-�?., a Milf my a Quot a a Quot quo Quot a whiff Iii a ii s no a a a a a a j8� i web last time a today a Elsie jams in a a regular girls Pershing says a she s great you la Quot say so too v this is not a War picture. Princess today coming tomorrow Dorothy it Rothy Phillips a paid in advanced a a devoted to rile interests and up building do Albany Alabama and Ducat us Alabama. # vol. 9 no. 98. Or Albany Alabama wednesday june 23, 1920. 85 Price five cents Ethel Clayton in a a sporting chances Here is an especially Good picture. You will like it. I a also in do o a Good comedy delites today = to Mufti to nominate Wilson for Thiro ter two thirds Rule May give Bryan Chance deadlock Are that none factions will have Neces a aary votes. Of Chagos m sighted As delegates gather senator Owen and nebraskan Are expected to Forra coalition. Late National Newa service san Francisco june 23.�?possibilities of a Sta impede for a third term for president Wilson in the democratic National convention Wen seen Here today by party leaders following the announcement of miss Mary Foy of lot Angeles that she would cast her vote us a Delegate Foi Woodrow Wilson. Miss Foy is recognized As one of the Niota Able women leaders in the party and is positive in her determination to present the name of thu president to the convention. She intends to suggest to the convention that a Strong vice presidential candidate be put Forth and that if president Wilson is elected he May retire when his duties Are completed and turn the office Over to the vice president. I Quot i want a Strong Man for vice president a Man such As Homer cum a. Ings a she said. A 1 of Quot Quot general i or wac a Railroad strike threatened conference of Union executives to be held at Chicago next saturday to decide. International news service Wahington june 23.�?events of the next few Days will determine whether a general Railroad strike will be called to hasten action by the Railroad labor Board labor leaders bounced Here today. The whole matter will be decided at a conference of railway Union executives to be held at Chicago saturday. An spend july 5th International news san Francisco june 23� Chicken a with its head Cut off flopping ground in the Back knows exactly what it is doing compared with the hosts of democracy gathering Here to a elect a candidate for the presidency and build a platform. With two thirds vote necessary for a nomination instead of Only a majority As with the republicans the chaos of Chicago pre convention Days has descended upon san Francisco leaving the arriving delegates confused and a confound ill win Jennings Brjan it is claimed by some with Bis dry backing can prevent the nomination of anybody who does t suit him. It will take but 366 Fea a third plus one of the 1,092 delegates to do this. The friends of nov. Edward t Edwards of new Jersey on the other Blind con Troi at least 365 votes it is asserted and can prevent the nomination of any candidate unfavourable to them. Senator Owen of Oklahoma it is believed will form a coalition with William Jennie tag began and precipitate a rough and Tiff Noble opposition the Mot neat the cohort of the administration insist upon in out and out ratification of the league of nations Plank. A a m there Are Fretty nearly albacore of candidates in the open or potential already under consideration. Alphabetically they Are Bryan Cox clerk. A Cummings Davis Edwards g us Girard Hitchcock Mcadoo Marshall Meredith Owen Palmer Payne Simmons and Wilson. It a Wilson urges haste International news service Washington june 23.�?rresi-D�&Ltt Wilson today telegraphed the Railroad labor Board at Chicago to expedite its report and recommendation for increased pay for Railroad men the White House announced. Officials say that the decision will end the present unrest among Railroad workers. Denied by Lee font Ernah Aal no i Hervie % Cleveland Ohio june 23 a a none of the fifteen Railroad organizations have thus far even discussed a strike Quot declared we. G. Lee head of the brotherhood of railway trainmen today Quot however we meet in Chicago on Friday and i am unable to say what will be the outcome of the congressman Rainey is asked to Bac k project by a surgeon Neffs service Washngton june Home coming1 Day at my Riun Ohio july 5, is calling senator Warren g. Harding the Publ a Cun presidential it a i am trying to arrange mar affairs so let pet Back to Marion for the a or. Harding said this morning telegrams and letters Are pouring in on the senator notifying him that his a Home folks Quot Are to be in Marion on july 5. No. Five derailed when hits cow one Man killed capital Stock of Tennessee Valley Mem hotly contested game won by locals in tenth inning = Wilson Thompsons double turned tide of Vic Imja i a cd fill Pii tory against Cullman. Will a Tofu Usu Lull fifty thousand dollars for immediate distribution is voted an equal amount authorize later on civil War looms in Ulster Street institution is rounding out its Twenty eighth year. Resources ja5,000,000. In Inte rational news service Montgomery ala., june 23.�? Sam Mai pm negro fireman was killed and Ocmer Wilson White Engineer wus badly scalded when l. Amp Train no. 6, was wrecked this morning Nar Chapman ala., when the train struck a cow. The cow was hurled against the switch which was thrown derailing the train. An immediate increase of its capital Stock from 6150,000 to 6200,000, with a discretion Al increase of $50,-000 later on was authorized at a meeting of the stockholders of the Tennessee Valley Bank held yesterday at the banking rooms in deca Attr. The second distribution of $50,-000 will be made at any time the directors see fit. With the issuance of the additional $50,000 in Stock the Bank one of the leading financial institutions of the state and with a Chain of Branch Banks that covers All a Orth Alabama will have a paid in capital of $200,-000, surplus and profits of approximately $300,000 and resources of More than $5 000,000. Next week this Bank rounds out its Twenty eighth year of service in the Tennessee Valley having been organized july 2, 1892. It has shown a steady consistent growth during a these years and has paid in divid and amp a so stockholders pm yw8 per cent and added to surplus and profits a further 150 per cent. Its deposits have More than doubled since january 1, 1918. A International news service Belfast june 23.�?one person was killed and several others wounded in another outbreak of Street fighting Between unionists and sinn fein ers at Londonderry during the night. Fighting was particularly violent Ami covered a wide area of the City. Several buildings in Dis one woman was by snipers. A a reign of terror is apparently spreading and armed entered the fight at Londonderry Early today. The Unior st in this City Are debating the advisability of marching to Londonderry to reinforce the unionists ther the situation is tense with excite merr. It is admitted that the whole Ulster province �3 on the Brink of civil War. By Barrett amen to All you erring Brothers. Fans of Albany Decatur who were not among the bleachers at Between the times of 4 and 6 at the Call of the clock tuesday Meta stat the beat Diamond tight a a a a Hyta Najr of president Weakley the modern age. The Cullman hard hitting Crew arrival after practising for rate Advance to install meters tract were burned killed late tuesday All night at throwing rocks Over the Cullman Cou fity Hills and were in Fine Feather to go homeward with the decision on the right Side of the records. However owing to the Mace work or the messers. T. And w. Thompson they travelled to the southward somewhat minus the blessings of a Victo. The contest settled into a hurling Duel until the seventh episode and from then on both outfits waived the Willow right lustily. A a Jimmie Johnston held the visitors in the Diamond until the aforesaid round when instead of the very much expected downpour of com to appear before Albany sky Council tonight. Is first increase since franchise Given contract for sewer construction is let to i Leftwich amp company. For 4 rooms 2 faucets .$4.50 for 4 rooms 4 faucets. 6.50 for 8 rooms 5 faucets 7-50 the foregoing is the new rate which the Alabama water company will present tonight at a special meeting of the Albany City Council. The claims of the company for an increase will be presented by John b. Weak the. Tamper of Thi Union us w hon tw0 my by or la to the a Quot a with the misunderstanding of six deep pressed atmosphere a rain of clouts it Ley of Birmingham its president. A for the initial sack opened up. 1 similar request will be later present Lle local gang started the argued to the Decatur City Council ment in the sixth when after Green this is the first raise in rates ask the Cullman heaving Power had 1 de since the company was granted the local franchise in 1898 and is Neces by the foil owing editorial printed to. ,. _ Day in the Northern whig a a the one8�?T he croaked w. Thompson with will endorse suffrage by mrs. Antoinette Funk noted suffrage Leader san Francisco june. The democratic hat Al convention will without a joint a platform end losing try Federal amendment for woman s suffrage a be with the polity of 1�?~resident the league Imp fits he Uty to announced by the Saipe turn in Ore por democrats the or i Francisco that he Kim it a Han Fra less Someth the White Gadsden ala., june 23.�?congressman Rainey is in receipt of a letter from or. John a. Wyeth the celebrated new York surgeon urging him to do All in his Power to help build a Bridge across the Tennessee River at Guntersville As it will do More to Benefit the people of his a live country the doctor says than any other project on foot. Or. Wyeth says that on his recent return to a new York from Gunter Ville he attempted to see Congress Man Rainey in Washington but failed he recalls the fact that at one time he owned every Dollar of Stock in the Oil Tennessee it Cooea Railroad Between Gadsden and Guntersville and a gave it to the n., c. Amp st. L. To Indice it to enter the District. The latter Road had plans then to Bridge the Tennessee but the panic came along and in-1 ter be red. Or. Wyeth believes that the Railroad could be induced to share the Cost of a Bridge if the government and the people would help. Captain Rainey states that he is working on a plan for the government to pay for a part of the construction and he believes that he will succeed in carrying out a scheme of government participation that will insure the people of Marshall county a magnificent Bridge possibly with the help and cooperation of the no a c. A st. L. Railroad. Loss $1,000,000 music is feature of the wayfarer Many local vocalists will take part in production. Henry director. International news service Baltimore june 23-�?fire starting in a building at 37 Hopkins place matinee and night in the same blog where the great fire of �904 had its origin today spread to four buildings gave fire fighters a hard Battle for several hours and caused a loss which May reach $1,0<h ,000. The fire followed a mysterious explosion. Italy demands s share of spoils american legion meets thursday International new service Paris. June 23.�?the calculations of the Allied statesmen regarding German indemnity have been More or less upset by Raj re a demand that the Boulogne conference for 20 per cent of the reparation secured from Germany according to the paria Presa today. It. Of the music is one of the big features of Quot the wayfarer Quot the motion picture pageant to be produced at the Princess theatre pm Friday june 25, Muhy difficult scores will Fie Sung by local Vaptistis practically All the Best Talent of the two cities having volunteered for this occasion. The musical program is under the direction of e. A. Henry who has been most capably assisted by mrs. Senaca Burr mrs. R. M. Mcglathery and mrs. B. B. Pickens. Rehearsal have taken place frequently during the past three weeks and others Are to be had a the wayfarer Quot is Given under the auspices of the woman a. Missionary society of the Central methodist Church. Government seems to b afflicted a Vith creeping Para Sis if it continues As weak As it is at presont.,. A a a Ulster men will flow that they Are and second Peg. Quot re a j Strong enough for the task at \ word received from Londonderry at 9 30 of clock this morning said that fighting was in Progress at that hour o the sphere and thereby issued a Pas to Pillow no 1. A a Check a amp a Brooks followed the opening wit i a stinging the Watkins then Deli red a the direction of. The outer gardens and Thompson ambled to the plate. Halbrooks was caught on the Way to _ j Spika the count at the plate when the a i a i. A a a ecu Iman �n�up7 including the Auu lot Tot mine Mascot and manager blocked a Ontina work arc in killed of in on the pathway a Ulk Flo 12> a hit l i a Fajg Smau i eat harboured Johnston no Good and the visitors crawled Forth International new. Service Suomi Hwy a Mew in Wood. Wal. Detroit june 23.�?police this morning Are trying to solve the my Liams singled. Patrick pushed a Rol 7 a a i i f 1 Ler at Johnston and was thrown out Story connected last night with the. A to t sacrificing Williams to second. Link killing of August Dwyer 48, travel. Ing auditors for the United mine 1-00 workers of America 1 up a hostile position with a continued on Nav Thra Blair gives impressions of labor leaders who a met him at Montreal women a party to conference the local Post of the american legion will meet at the Albany Chamler of Commerce at 7 30 o clock on thursday night several business matters will be taken up and a luncheon will be enjoyed after the meet. Scottish risk dog conferred he i Oeal scottish Rita masons announced today amt they had received 38 applications from candidates fur tha scottish rite degrees from the fourth to the eighteenth and that this number would probably be increased to fifty when the degree is Given Here Newe bees ire Jun 23- the a arty will Call a con Vot Effs to decide on lie be l aug an ill be class dilates fro Tel Otho in hip pita cities. The de Greenm pm conf Rev it Here either at the masonic Temple or at the Knight of pythias Hall the Date to be definitely announced soon. At Are about Twenty Boot Inglewood needs no outside Aid a International news it re be los Angeles june 23.-Ingle Wood los Angeles suburb which suffered a the Center of the earthquake disturbance was Well on its Way to reconstruction today refusing All offers of outside assistance. The additional tremor reported yesterday did no additional damage. Allied Council to meet on july by j. K. Blair Tern a As friends say to submit the or. Editor you know i agreed to evidence of or. Butler As he had care give you my impressions of the big fully detailed it to me and As his col a. Of l. Convention in Montreal league had to the convention along and the big men whom met me.�?T1 As the convention is Nea ring it.3 close and after near two weeks More or less close association with it leaders these Are my conclusions Sam Uel compers patted me on the Back the first Day so of course he is right Frank Morrison the Secretary has been 23 years on the Job a a Typo has had his wages raised today so he is alright. Anybody that has heard me a ilk knows i have not been Overly Entwis a International new service Paris june 23 dissatisfaction was expressed ill a Grioua quarters today Over the meager reports of the inter Allied conf Tente at Boulogne. The Allied statesmen will meet again at Brusset on july % a a preliminary to the spa conference when the issues involved in the Germin indemnity prob pm will form the Central subject of discussion. A Mastic for the Boston Polke but paradoxical As it May a Erin Seymore but or descendant of Benj Butler and a Boston police striker turned out to become one of my and what he told me came very near getting me into a big speech before the convention but about that later. Well or. Butler did not seem to be the least i it and i companion a Man who looks just like a College professor said that Foi five years they held the same views i had expressed on the highest court of authority for police but said it finally occur them that concerted action was sary. He explained that the his ical strike was Ull settled up bet the Boston City authorities and police who struck but that As a Cial state Law of Massachusetts Wivag the governor absolute control Boston gov. Coolidge undid the agreement of the local or decentralised As Well Tell now How or. Ler s talk came near getting the big mix up Over the gov with similar evidence produced by John Frey editor of die Moulder s journal and Secretary of the resolutions committee and who had been pointed out to me As one of the a a brains of the a. F. Of l. Or. Frey a masterly defense of his committees a non concur irenee report on ownership of the railroads where a substituted the word a a control for ownership would have been much greater if it had not been shown by j Secretary Morrison that or. Frey had stated by the increased Cost of operations and the need for improved equipment it is stated. It is understood that a million gallon sedimentation tank is included in the improvements proposed so that filtered water or y be run into the Mains at All seasons of the year. At present during excessively hot weather when the faucets Are allowed to run raw water is pumped and oium discoloured the Advance asked for is from s3 cents per gallon to 45 cents per gallon or slightly More than 35 per cent. The wholesale rate to factories end Large Consumers will be 10 cents per gallon. The company will also ask that the minimum rate of $2.50 be doubled. Meters installed in addition to increasing the rate the water company is planning to install water meters. This will not Only prevent waste but will also place All Consumers on an equitable basis it is pointed out. Six Hunam Fiew meters have arrived Here ready for installation. A special meeting of the Council was held last night at which the contract for laying the sewers on first Avenue through to second Street was awarded to Leftwich a co., whose bid was $9,000, a. 8. Harvey is not a candidate nominee for president of the Council out of politics practically taken the opposite View a year ago. It is a Good thing i did not say anything As i was a along for the plumb plan and it turned out that Frey seemed to be again it. It was my hatred and fear of Over lordship on the part of anybody or any government especially since the worlds experience with the bismark an Conception of Golem ment a Conception that made the world War that caused me to wish to emphasize the Gravity of the sit Pat ion in giving Power to a govern it sufficient to make millions of its a employees a As president pern said. Gompers opposed out get government ownership. As the Umb plan will surely be the one located and As it safeguards a Al e racy in Industry Quot and for other iterations i was convinced that vote for government ownership was thing to do especially As i knew the people Whone Delegate i was the plumb plan r interesting personality who e a waa William to Foster. He he so mild and a like just a Yan the most important development today in the local political situation which is somewhat mixed because of the action of the Central labor Council in postponing the mass meeting that had been called to ratify a labor ticket recently placed in the Field was the of a b. Harvey that he Waff not a candidate. A while i am deeply appreciative of the Honor i am not t candidate for anything and would the daily a saying so a said mrha a i am not in poli or. Harvey was the Strong men of the rated being u leading Albany a former Council and popular and masonic circles. We at or and thurs carried with my vote in the majority or. Butler s evidence went to show the great danger of governmental authority As an arbitrary Power in wage disputes and when the discussion pro at a nil Golm filly a ked a Witk Whit. Of cd. Time i did speak. I congratulated or Foster on his formal abandonment of a synd Aliamo or whatever it is which waa right in of course of my Quaker Bon Southern Clu magic City for Riv Birmingham following Resolution Willis Barnett at the at the Southern club last unanimously adopted a the Birmingham Commerce u it movement to River at Heartiest

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