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East Liverpool Evening Review (Newspaper) - August 11, 1920, East Liverpool, Ohio / a s 9 Usuki. Kirk and Hawley opening ecu ictus 1 a Mph Omi hated final edition East Liverpool Ohio. Wednesday August la 1920. Three cents delivered week 15c defeats future the be Willis wins of ands leads ticket in City with Ley second b racy Victor for state Kerr and Mcnicol Are Nomi ship nomination while Archer naked commissioners third Price and Geiger also get places lacks doubtful. On state tickets judge o Neil Armstong is Defeated and Julian in close race for democratic senator ship. Foulks Reark and Hanley set fast Pace in vote getting. I polling 1,611 votes of an estimated 2,000 cast City auditor John t. Burns candidate for the Republican num Lna ton for clerk of courts led the to publican ticket in tuesday s primary Here according to Complete but unofficial City returns available wednesday. Assistant prosecuting attorney \ Cole forces still hopeful other state ticket nominees appear to be for lieutenant governor Clarence Brown Republican Karl let. Bloom Democrat for Secretary of state Harvey c. Smith Republican Guy s. Wine Gurner Democrat for state auditor Joseph t. Tracey Republican i it a e. Butler Democrat for state treasurer Rudolph w. Archer Republican Chaa. Horwig Democrat for attorney general Jeri jul g. Price Republican j As. Albe Dan oct for chief Justice supreme court Frank w. Geiger re pub moan Hugh l. Nichols Democrat for judge supreme court Long term a Thomas a. Jones and k. S. Math Kut republicans d. B. Cull and k. W. Hughes democrats Short term a Benson w. Hough Republican Coleman Avery Democrat. Seemingly Stab quot supreme judge Wanamaker Akron ran last in the Republican senatorial race and congressman Roscoe c. Mcculloch Canton occupies a similar position in the Republican gubernatorial oui test. Davis displayed great strength among the Labouring men. Prediction is made that Hie gubernatorial Campaign will be waged with lax amp tion As the Paramount Issue. Davis appears to have carried Cleveland by 25,000 Cincinnati by not less than 10,000 Toledo by 5,000 and Columbus by not less than 2,000. Walter f. Brown. Toledo former Bull Moose Leader As a candidate for the Republican senatorial nomination curried Tol Hgt by several thousand votes Cincinnati and probably Cleveland. He seems to have fallen away behind Willis however in the Rural counties. Continued on Page two nominations made for Congress at primaries f. D. Roosevelt begins i congressman Frank Murphy Campaign tonight unopposed for renomination on Republican ticket in eighteenth District democratic nominee is i doubt Columbus aug. Ii indications based upon incomplete and unofficial returns Are that the following nominations for Congress were made at yesterdays state wide primaries first District Nicholas Longsworth Cincinnati rep. John h. Alien on i Cannati dem. Second District a. E. Stephens. Cincinnati rep. Thomas i h Morrow Cincinnati dem third la. G Fitzgerald Dayton rep. W. O. I Pickerel. Dayton demo. Fourth a. L. Cable dam rep. B. F. Welty Lima dem. Al Fhy a. J. Thompson Defiance rep., Juba s. Snook Paulding dem. Sixth a. C. Kearns Batavia rep. C. Leona Searles Batavia dem. Seventh a. V. Fess yellow Springs rep. S. H. Dye Urbana dem. Eighth a. Clint Cole Findlay rep. Fred e. Guthrie Marion dem. Ninth a. W. Chalmers Toledo a r. Columbus aug. La. Returns from Over half of Ohio s nearly 6,000 pre a incas available at noon today indicated that former governor Frank b. Willis has Defeated Walter f. Brown his closest competitor for the Republican senatorial nomination by at least 25,000 votes and that former mayor Harry l. Davis is Victor Over former congressman Ralph d. Cole his nearest opponent for tis Republican nomination for governor by about 10,000 votes. Although Early returns warranted the expectation that police judge of Neil Akron had Defeated w. A. Julian Cincinnati manufacturer in the democratic lace for the senatorial nomination later returns indicate that Julian May win by a narrow margin. The g Newill Julian race is a close one judging from available upturns. At noon leaders at Cole Headquarters Here expressed the Hope that belated returns from Rural counties will give Cole the gubernatorial nomination a Bho d. Hanley tins City seeking Tho Republican nomination for prosecuting attorney won second honors in the number of votes cast receiving 1,528 against 330 cast for Charles Connell Lisbon his opponent. Seven Hast Liverpool men carried fast Liverpool in contests for District county and state offices. Thomas h. Stephens Defeated c. J. Howard of Telmont county for member of the state Republican Central committee William s. Foulks led a held of four candidates for state representative. John Burns Defeated Frank Ballantine of Lisbon nearly eight to one for clerk of courts. 8. Proctor Ankrum one or two East Liverpool candidates in a six cornered fight for county sheriff led William b. Nicholson of Wellsville his nearest opponent by a margin of 122 vote. Patrick Mcnicol. This City seeking election to his first full term As county commissioner set the Pace in the City for county commissioner polling 1,274 vote. John f. Kerr of Salineville candidate for a a coid term trailed Mcnicol by 200. William n. Wright of Lisbon shaded William Dairymple former sheriff by 81 votes. John r. Reark this City won the county recorder ship nomination locally by a substantial plurality George ran jr., this City trailed 600 votes in the rear. Lloyd c. Kirk of Saline Ville was accorded the support in Bast Liverpool. He polled 885 vote to 725 Given h. C. Armstrong present incumbent. On the state ticket. Harry l Davis former mayor of Cleveland led the held with a comfortable majority. Roscoe c. Mcculloch Canton ran Sec mid in Bast Liverpool and Ralph d. Cole third. Clarence Brown was supported for lieutenant governor Harvey c. Smith for Secretary of state Joseph t. Tracy for state auditor. Harry s. Day for state treasurer and John Price for attorney goner al. C. T. Marshall shaded Frank w. Geiger for chief Justice of the supreme court. Frank b. Willis former governor led East Liverpool s vote for u. 8. Senator Over Walter f of Toledo. Here is the unofficial City vote to s is a new picture of Princess Wiliona the Only child of Green of hollan4 and future ruler of her country. The Chicago aug. d. Roosevelt democratic nominee for the vice presidency will inaugurate his Western Campaign Here tonight he will speak at the auditorium theater. From Chicago Roosevelt swings into the West on hard campaigning. He will be followed later by governor Cox according to present plans. Tax proposal voters in City also approve exemptions from tax limitations. Hah Davis sets Pace county vote former mayor of Cleveland is leading gubernatorial race. Willis gets big poll vote for state offices in 44 precincts of county announced. Harry i Davis former Mayer of Cleveland is leading the Field for the Republican gubernatorial nomination in Columbiana county a primary election tuesday according to returns from 44 out of 86 county precincts available wednesday. Congressman Roscoe c. Mcculloch Cantor is run plug second with Ralph d. Cole of Findlay and David Wesley Wood tail vol and fourth respect Ivory. Clarence Brown present Lieuten Peter Clever nine Accident victim Dies in Hospital Coal Miner was injured at Salineville july 28th. Crushed against Wall dragged 20 feet by mine train after sustaining injuries. Peter Clever aged 42, Coal Miner residing in Salineville is dead today As a result of injuries sustained in a mine Accident in Salineville july 28. Clever who was employed it the medal by Coal mine in that City suffer cd a badly crushed Abdomen and other internal injuries when he was caught Between a Wall and a moving mine car in one of the narrow shafts of the mine lie was dragged inure than 20 20 feet before the cars wore Brough to a halt. Clever who is unmarried died in the Bast Liverpool Hospital where he was taken following the acid Otic gov. Cox and wife return to Columbus ponzi admits he was sentenced for forgery Boston August la Charles Ponxs whose financial operations have amazed the world today admitted that he was the Man who was sentenced to three years for forgery in Montreal in 1908. He expressed a fear that he might be deported by the United states As an undesirable citizen. But he insisted that while to confessed to forgery in Montreal to was innocent Aud made the confession and served in the Penitentiary to save the Man for whom he worked. Come made Throe statements to newspaper men at hts Lexington Homo. Lewis leads s. P. Ankrin in a but is army Miles , Ali Huv it Cir of i i Cox democratic presidential nominee accompanied by his wife arrived Here Ivy train from their Dayton Home shortly before i o clock this afternoon. Trom Warsaw bolshevik forces drive ahead on eve of armistice Parley. Seek to Cut railway polish armies aided by armoured trains defend capital. Tandon August la. The russians Aro approaching the great fortress City of novo Gyorgi Evask. On the vis Tula River Only 18 Miles West of Warsaw according to a soviet War office w fit Renny a i hmm Moscow today. The text of the communique follows East Liverpool a candidate for court clerkship polls 1,611 votes Here. Mcnicol gets 1,274 Davis for gubernatorial nomination polls comfortable Lead. Although returns have been tabulated from 56 out of 86 precinct in Columbiana county the Winner in the la cornered race for sheriff in tuesday s Republican primary was still in doubt wednesday with Corner Lewis of i Jabot alight by in the Lead Over h. Proctor Ankrum Bast Liverpool. By i Snyder of Salem and William a Nicholson of Wellsville third Ami fourth respectively Are still close a i digit to Hie leaders to be considered in he running. John of Kerr of Salineville candidate for a Holt oui term is county commissioner set the Pace in the commis non Erthis fight Patrick Mcnicol of lust i Ever Pool is a close second for one of the three commissioner ship places. William n. Wright of Center township is leading j ii Haneh Luffe of Lisbon candidate for re nomination by i he narrow margin of four votes. Tina pm our Irlam la i Hoai time b vote however was the overwhelming defeat administered h. A Armstrong i be Fen or me communique pillows a we have occupied Biala West 0f a for a fourth term est in Tomsk. Fighting for posses i it al if 9/ for Vladova the Miles Mouth of a quot i quot Urmit , rooting us in the novo afternoon at the executive offices in Jirku Vojt re Kloo Ulmido is fore the state House attending to stall affairs. He plans to motor through to amp Perry Early tomorrow morning. Police answer Call find Many a body Georgi Omsk Reg j fighting. We have reached seven Miles East of twi lit Middletown q., aug to ans Warsaw Augustio via London aug la following a series of thrust and cavalry raids the Kus stuns Are now developing i heir main attack against Warsaw despite the fart the armistice Aud peace Neotia Lions scheduled to begin at Minsk to continued on Page two runaway horses crash into windows by substantial margins the three fill tax Levy for general school Pur Sherwood Toledo dem tenth i. M. Roses initiated by the fast Liverpool pouter Athens. Rep. Ben f. Reynolds Board of education and the municipal proposition of exempting interest and ratty Over John b. Hurst and Carl r. Kimball in his fight for renomination. Harvey c. Smith was favored for re Norn nation for Secretary of state in the county vote. Joseph Tracy has a 20dvote Lead Over Stephen a. Stillwell Bis nearest opponent in the race for state auditor. B. M. Pulling ton is trailing Joo i votes in the rear of the Leader. Hurry h. Day is leading Rudolph w. Archer Brown of it More la a1 3 h votes Forth Tate Tress 1 user. Former gov. Prank b. Willis was Given a substantial Lead Over his four opponents in the race for United states senator. Walter f. Brown of. Toledo is second Man in the county j figures. R. M Wanamaker of Akron is a poor third. Here is the vote in 44 precincts of i the county on the More important a a state offices on the Republican Iskat becoming frightened at several i governor Cole 700, Davis 1651, my boys who were playing in Drury Lane Tulloch 1062, Wood 155. A team of horses hitched to a stand lieutenant governor Brown 1729, Ard Oil Wagon ran off this afternoon Hurst 530, Kimball 729. Shortly before 2 of clock. The team. Secretary of state Hildebran t i too passed the Carnegie Library and in Harry Clay Smith 630, Harry c. Smith turning into fourth Street the Wagon 1374. I Wii j., a a swerved into the blaster tire shop de j auditor of state pulling ton 844, an. Come try him. Damage to the exterior of the build a treasurer of state Archer 1274, lag the horses stepped of Lur the Del 1596. Waring an emergency Call last night policemen discovered the body of Jack s. B. Hammon beneath a clump of Bushes near the foot of West sixth Street. A woman who registered at the United states hotel As miss Minnie Welch said that while she was ant governor won a comfortable Phi walking with Hammon he suddenly fell. He was dead when police arrived. Both aru strangers Bere. The woman was nut arrested but was placed under guard at the hotel until the Coroner completes bus investigation. Resume Horseshoe pitching Akron August la rain again Stop play in the National Horseshoe pit Hing tournament Here this week. To make up time lost because of had weather the matches starts at 9 o clock this morning and will continue throughout the Day. Police seize dinking fund levies on outstanding indebtedness from tax limitations were approved at tuesday s primaries according to Complete but unofficial returns tabulated Early wednesday. The school Bond Issue carried by a vote of a yes quot 1,413 to 794. The City tax Issue propos d by City Council was approved by a vote of 1,066 to 808. The school Levy will serve a double purpose in relieving the financial Stringency in school affairs Here. It w ill not Only provide funds from local a sources extending Over a period of five years but will also pave Tho Way fur state Aid for the schools. Had a Issue been rejected the City coaids lot have received any financial aleut Ance from a state source it the City proposal which was in tin i ted Andor provisions of the new Gard rep Ber act will give the City Council and j dem a dem. Eleventh a. D. Ricketts Imogen rep. George h. Pontius Circleville dem. Twelfth John c. Speaks Columbus rep. A. P. Lat neck Columbus Clem. Thirteenth James t. Bogg. Sandusky rep. Alfred Waggoner Lindsey dem. Fourteenth a. L. Knight Arkon rep. M. L. Davey Kent dem. Fifteenth a. E. Moore Cambridge rep.? John 8. Talbott. New Concord dem. Sixteenth a. Ross Ake Canton rep. We. Thorn Canton or w e. Weygandt Wooster. Dem seventeenth a we. Morgan collision. Columbus votes for More school buildings United states senator Brown 951, Walcutt 120, wa1aer 108, Wanamaker 662, Willis 1812. Columbus August Llu by Over. Whelming majorities voters Here yesterday favored the proposals that $5, 844,000 Worth of Bonds be issued for More school buildings that an add j c. W. Name committee to audit c. Of c. Books truckload of liquor confiscated near East pales Toine tuesday night. A truckload of contraband liquor reported to contain Between 20 and 30 cases of bonded whiskey is being held under guard at the county jail Lisbon wednesday following its seizure by Columbiana authorities on the Cox Highway Midway Between Kant palest inn and Columbiana at 8 30 o clock tuesday night. Three men giving their names As Robert Weinberger Matthew Wheeler and Amos Martin All of Mckeesport pa., wore arrested on the truck and i Morrow. Masses of russian cavalry Are now moving Down the Bast prussian Frontier and have reached . Which was captured Cle Rhinow and lava the object being to Cut the Warsaw Dai Itzig railway. The Lins klans Are bringing up guns to thu front. The aim of the new russian operation is to oui Dank Warsaw from the Northwest by a Boid sweep across the Vistula River. General mud any n red cavalry army is developing a new push moving far in Advance of the russian infantry. The i al isl armies Are engaged in the defense of Warsaw and armoured trains Are playing an important part in the efforts to Stets Hie russian Advance Tho poles occupy Strong positions along the Vistula West of Una City and the army command reports that the polish army la the West quot can hold out it la believed that tile russians will attempt to Advance Westward in the direction of Thorn. Between the Bug and Nares Rivers Tho poles Are resisting with epic Gal pantry and violent fighting is raging i Over that Section of the front. There is no change on the Battle front in Gaviria. Stephens Galbreath leading in county William s. Foulks Bast Liverpool. Is holding a substantial Lead Over ii. D Cope of Rogers in the race for late representative. David a coins this City is tunning third while John Buffin Mahon is trailing. John r. Reark wast Liverpool it Well in the Lead in the record thip contest. Paul h. Smith a North county aspirant is running second with George ii. Co inane or. Of this City third. Edwin Thomas Winona to Mph o. Thorpe Washingtonville and l. Ii. Johnson Esbon Are trailing in Tho order named. Jesse c. Hanley present assistant prosecuting attorney Defeated Charles Connell of mob pm for the Republican nomination for prosecuting attorney. John t. Burns is conceded the Winner Over Frank Ballantine of Lisbon in the two sided al Why for clerk of courts. Here Are totals in 56 out of to pre Meta in the More important county offices sheriff Conter Lamia 1,252 s Proctor Ankrin fast i vet Moi 1,213 my i. Snyder Salem 1,083 we ii Nicholson Wellsville 1,042. County John of continued on Page two Hays mls rot suffice g. 0. P. National chairman urges Tennessee legislators to act Newark. Rep. W. A. Ashbrook John Yonai tax of three Mills be levied for hag bean appointed to audit the books Youngstown at the request of retiring Secretary _ _ a i Lewis a committee composed of re being detained at Lisbon awaiting i f or counties in this District wed non Arr Vai of Federal officers from Hendershot and Bruce Kirby. Town dem. Eighteenth Frank Murphy Steubenville rep. Democratic in candidate in doubt nineteenth John g. Cooper Youngstown rep. James Kennedy Youngstown or h. H. Tom by. Asb to Hula dem. Twentieth minor o. Norton Cleveland Hep c. A. Mooney Cleveland dem., Twenty first Harvey c. Gahn Cleveland Robert crosser Cleveland Twenty second Theodore e. School purposes and that interest and of the eat Liverpool chamber of com Buquor cargo is alleged to have Dit ional revenues for general and minis Burton Cleveland rep. M b. Excell ii Atlon purposes. J Cleveland dem. Sinking fund charge on school and in Ani cd Bonds be exempted from the Smith one per cent tax Law limitations. Unofficial returns form Franklin county give Willis a majority of about 2100 Over War maker and give Davis �118 Cole 6603. A majority of about 230v Over Wanamaker and give Davie 9618 Cole 6803, a majority of is votes tor Davis Over Cole Mcculloch. 6267. Meres. I by a Enro Ute from Braddock pa., to or. Lewis win sever his connections Arkon n9 truck Bruh a Dowa on tha with the local Organ i a Hob wed is Highway and the Drivers want to Day. He will move thursday to new a Columbiana garage for mechanical Ark where he has scripted the Post-1 insistence. The nature of their cargo lion is Secretary manager of the we betrayed to the authorities and chamber of Commerce he assumes mayor w. S Baker marshal w. Barf his new duties monday morning j City solicitor Wallace and Ray Baker h. B Barth treasurer of the Chara a of Columbiana seized the outfit Ber of Commerce Here Pill assume Tbs i Deputy sheriff Harlan Crawford of duties of Secretary pending appoint ids Bon was notified of the seizure and ment of a successor to or. Leola. J assumed charge of the cargo. Marion August la. A Republican National chairman will ii. Hays struck hard today for ratification of thu National woman suffrage amendment by the Tennessee legislature. Following a conference Here with senator Warren Harding Republican nominee for president Hays die latched a Long Telegram to Republican legislators at Nashville in which he urged quot immediate action As a measure of simple Justice to american women quot asserting that quot present unrest is in a Large measure due to the fact that so Many vital questions Are clamouring for1 simultaneous decision quot Hays declared that one of these was the suffrage question that a can be settled immediately by the Tennessee contending a a democracy in the United Stab is really nothing but a Sham Ucli is election Day gives All a i americans thu cd Trice to express their London August la the soviet political opinions quot Hays insisted that government at Moscow is delaying j a to hold american women bound by the armistice and preliminary peace the result of an election and then to negotiations which were scheduled to attempt to deny them the Opportunity begin at Minsk today according to a it to stand up and be counted on elec charge contained in an official state-1 Bon Day is a governmental Blunder meat this afternoon. I of the fir Thomas la Stephens this City candidate for the Republican nomination for member of the Republican a i to Central committee at tuesdays election is leading in Columbiana county. Ashur a. Oath Reata Columbiana county candidate for state senator also lolled a comfortable majority in his Home county. No figures on either the it ventral com Mitten or state senatorial fight were available from any any of the other Day. Charge soviet is delaying truce Parley

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