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Washington Evening Journal (Newspaper) - April 23, 1920, Washington, Iowa
Make a or want int Man Broth Fern to of foot to tass. Iii 11 i if inure. Evening journal i no ill r fair Mig and saturday wort if w lint we re a my mid re to knt of or i Kwh. Volume 28 Washington Iowa Fhi Dav evening Papiol ski 1920 number 58 Mexico crisis Iowa republicans endorse Lowden members of my al Duj Kua twin in rom in ent at it a to invention member of Tho Washington county delegation to Tho wit it Republican convention at Dot Molto returned Home inst night la tides the delegates several other i a al people attended the con it tit Ina a eluding col. F. J. Wilson and col 8 w. Alrook Start. Col to j. Painter was chairman with Germany. There May he Nome republicans who in Hove thai the i ague of nations should have been approved just As it Canto from Paris huh their number ii a it Ama lethal they Betone negligible when Orn Par v al a f a i. I majority who ins of either upon sub it int cml reservations or upon entire rejection there has not been and is not now a single Republican Mem by r of the Senate of the United states in favor of ratification in the form in which the president demands. All the Republican senators have con latently voted for Sut Stan a tial malarial reservations. About three fourths of them Are in favor it ratification with the re maj i ions. Smith gives ideas very successful plans maturing on beautification convento ends for Church drive Baptist men hear or. E. H. T land Hauf artist shows by lantern hid in is How town May by Mauk fit in Spito of unfavourable weather conditions and Tho conflict with several other meetings in the Community a Large turn or of those intel1 est cd in making Washington a Mort i do not intend at this time i Beautiful Community attended the ii Kistin ii i ill Imp Tift meeting it Mohlis with al Imi huh by he. Kershner t a discuss Tho Moti thou proportion for who re the president hands for it has i get in to Cha a meeting last night at the High achoo auditorium when f. A. Bushing Smith prominent land of the first i. Re t caucus which Lively and elaborately presented to j esp architect gave an illustrated met in the morning i Rte i Delegate to tie to holed Dis a the poo pie of the United states that National con every intelligent Man and woman la mention. J. To. To la wow a named As the first District member of Tho convention tredent i a it of Mitheo later being made chairman of that committee Reading the credentials a port to the convention. Familiar wit to its unconstitutional and treason Abt provisions. It is lecture on City beautification Fly Means of More iban Loo lantern Slider or. Smith gave the local people numerous practical Init an address on the a eth life Worth while a to to p. It kor Abner of ural University of to Ltd Moines a the closing Piny Rani of the senti a Lauriet missionary convention at the us rid Lait Church la t Light. Or. K Erthner a Ronal Mph or or cd the fact that the Christian life is the Only it really Worth living. It decl Rod that intellect Money and the Otto to things that men a dlr Are net to in compare in the fad of having Brist Cantty a vital Factor in lists of those to of. Canvas sch i if Kui Oval la sit a Kwh Ith St Nhay Kight Fra pop in int fim in Hejl movement at annual banquet at a mooting of the United Campaign commute of the inter Church world movement held yesterday eve it on tile lining by lists of members and and Tern Iowa Verenta of hic various congregations in town were checked Over and duplications eliminate to insure that none will be solicited by More than one canvasser teams and team captains have been appointed and organised those to be canvases Are divided i brought a number of lantern slide into two group Olnee who Are showing the peed for increased me them of churches and Tho e who equipment. In the work of th1 at the twelfth annual banquet. Ii id yes Day evening the non of the Baptist Church direct d their attention largely to the Haut oth Bap if in share in la infer Church world movement the Campaign for which will he und taken next week. They had Wilh them or. K. Ii. Shanks of Flinton Public in director for the Church in Iowa who la. S. Warships needed for i Protection Jovi Kim f n t he Rose n t at Tiv pm ask Aid to pro teat am Bril an l1vks Navy officer Dies sufficient to nay Tomt if we had act to can it Jon a washing he if it hts Gav of 1 samples of a have no Church connection hut who Church demonstrating whet the be pled it. We would have Transfer j on to make the Public grounds a al a Ber of treat characters in the have a in sit. A in he work of Tho Church can a comply by systems red the government of the i Oit d Jyh trots and Home premise Morel it it a we history who Ware great Hejl Hamit a ail goad have. J in giving Faller in the evening Instate in Many important respect j attractive to Tho Eye. Moat of the a new of lir place i boy gave Rellg-1 the teams will to composed of j Khan a delivered Ait eloquent in ale Moi of Burlington and to a Council of foreign a fitting in stores were of work which Bas Ion a he two no h to thy we add. Hugh la ioane of Keosauqua were i Geneva. We would have Over accomplish d in Eastern towns. A failure of it a to Day 8 sessions reports every Day to their de Norain Fine banquet nerved elected do tract Delos pcs with r. Thrown the institution of our for of up interesting Ltd convention a Leader of to Tho amounts the wont to of the Baptist Church served in tin Church basement by i subscribed. Tho drive is scheduled la women of Tho be is congregation. I in Start next sunday and to Conan although a number of the delegates be during the week. H Oater of i. Pleasant and at i fathers Abd ated k. Sir Ier of it Madison is Altos a tie and subjected our Respoli Filiti by Iowa was that Illa Strating what people it f Iran be done in making the grounds the nates. I a Mhz it in or for urn Len the it a con vent Ion Cut using a a la cud orm d of nor Frank i. J i fwd to of Illinois for the Pic in tis nomination to Sorn Ting the Del Gatei at Largo to % Ole for him a thick it no in of Thel Dis Trich instructed their delegates for i it Den and Tho other two endorsed his candidacy. The i rut District Dei at a re Litsy Cru governor a. Ii urn Man a tem pot or chairman of the convention and delivered the key note speech which was an eloquent address and received with great enthusiasm by the convention according to Hie local delegates. I. J. Tobin of Vinton who delivered a in oration Day address he re a few years ago War. Ute Pennon St chairman. Senator no min speak pie i Ding at the convention senator a b. Cut main oui lined the is Suen of Tho Campaign anti the position of Tho Republican party. America in pot Only their foreign imly a it it a railway station More in to but the or domes a affairs to a Roun Icli of alien in which we would have i had bul one vote under any Circum stances and Iii Many instance no Vole at Alk not Only to hut Tho covenant hound us to respect Ami pre Borve the territorial integrity and political Independence of All the a Tifful. Or. Smith suggested that in the depot surroundings Are the from to attract the gaze of a visitor they should in made so a. To Gilt an out of town per on a Good impression of i he town at that it. My surge red. Too that Washington stations would look better More had Gotto to their hone on the evening i in it ther a w As a and at , Quot i a a a methodist i Morgan of Kaiui i nth a win Tendance at Tho super a eluding a Church in Tho interest of the inter a Moo in thin Community for their skill in the Kitchen and in he Dinning room upheld their reputation admirably in the preparation am1 the 1>w a rile Lions in the world i Agua against external aggression Quot the Senate adopted certain reservations to the covenant for a league of nations which Are intended first to exclude the foreign Council from All Powers or jurisdiction Over our Domestic affa4cs. And second to relieve this err Antry from the obligation to which i have just referred. These reservations were adopted by a vote of substantially All the Republican senators. It was the Earnest desire of a Large proportion of the Republican senators do ratify the German treaty with these fret or it tons a reserved Lour impera in via necessary for the Protection of american Inu a ets. American Bolo the centrally located hide i were presented riniwi11&Quot How Bill boards mar the scenery How too much Horn Berry on a Luw a will Hurt the it effect How Public building ground play grounds private Lawn and gardens May be ton of the a Hin Marie thing of Beauty. Or. Suit h the convention gave a number of hints As to the manner in which the beat results can be obtained. Ii discussed the treaty debate nor an it american safety. The defending tits position on this Issue. Itto by a cd of ratification for just he also spoke in Dezii on the rail-1 a Quot Ltd son. Woodrow Wilson. In Road legs Lambra enacted by the amp it revengeful Pride in his resent present con crees. The senator said.11��?� against the Senate because it in part i dared to Ege Rdse its constitutional Quot the four years which Hae just fun Ion coerced enough demo passed have been the most to me to acting the pubic at the tame insuring a fair return to the roads. 11 me rain Mimer of Inot Timofi Church. By of talks her. .1 Ohn f Stubbs of Corydon us a a. A cenacle of blown fiend mid in look Vir a. It. Miller a if Washington. Yesterday Alt a noon s session War devoted to the Clr 5 of the chant in Krelo Avoe snob Des the opening services w 1 e e. Ducted by the Kev. J. H. Dalton of a Teruji in dish. Who i a son of the Rev. W. L. Dalton e Tureh. Is described by Dele agates in attendance us one of Tho Best the District has Ever held. There was an attendance if about hit delegates and vhf Torr. In addition to it it those named al a Day. A Union service w ill Boh id hah Bath evening in the in a very interesting four minute cd or h in pc my at. It is expected speech told of Hie work on the big that Ware made by that of d j a if a it thl county Campaign director will preside. World movement but ing do a in i congregation. Alf to Small in Una speakers from the various churches j hers. They Are determined to give will to As follows Baptist miss their allotment. He brought a Mes Jeannette Fernley presbyterian Sage of inspiration to the men of the fief. Ii. E. Lim first i ailed pres-1other congregations present. But rum or. C. W. Ile Laughlin Nerving of the i it an quiet. A Titch was Cly Rio Hon George Dowell second spread before about eighty men several of whom were from West a to or admit it i in in by it Ain chief of staff of or atom Lenl Wils a sub id a \ a a it i tie Tkv Petlig jowl Washington if a april ssi. One Ric it represents by in me Waco birr i ked for did patches of our hip to Mexico immediately. Tile re Qiu to i urgent Tel the need Fin outside according to i it import i ver Grea of a Merle a a live flier me to be protected. No official Adion bae been taken but Imbior tent developments Are to tue a ii ii expected. United presbyterian do d. Shr Matt methodist a. R. Miller. Is Man tally in tons and t Serif in in the history of Mankind. I do not intend to re ill with any detail the horrors we have up to iou red. Quot it is Huff Cint to Ray that they have imposed upon human in prob or a tic in a or who wanted to vote for ratification into the course which in commended and they followed him instead of their own consciences. % to i a a in of Impo iffy Quot this situation presents tank of the issues tit the coming Campaign. Leans burdens and perils the but of which were never known before. A of president insist a that the treaty Quot we emerged from the War i i Heil he ratified jut a to made it a Tibt of More than j,i.�?o0, Dipofi and with a Revenue Law which exacts from the people about $�?�,-oo0.0no.oon annually. This Burden measured by any Page experience in to Conj Nous hut it can he Bor if ii can i justly do of Fehrat oui greatest problem is t o read j us the a a Quot a disordered relation which lifts inc in it secret conclave of the most of h diplomacy this world has Cvar witnessed. The Republican at t v says that it shall not he rat h i unless it is to americanized Hist our own inst it ions will be scene 1 and the Bart and a stripes the of our sovereignty shall neither be raised nor lowered at the t Jet Masurowa. A representative of he japanese government accum-1 pained by j. In fiddler Aud John my Tig Ini. Of St. Louin Lias purchased for immediate shipment to Japan the old rails of the abandon <1 Creston Winterset amp Des Moines railway which never go any further than Macka Birg the finished action of the Road has been Idle for some time. Numerous cases in court timing up the enter Prim at a time when its operation might have resulted in Tho de Volo paseut of a paying business. The japanese government will use the rails in double tracking one of its most prominent railway lines. Jui v Carl a Quot not responsible for killing of father j Sibley Iowa april 23.�?Carl i Jess fifteen years of age charged the following registered Iii tit after the Murd it of Bis father Claude noon an. Evening Eva Blat a r of j t8 found mentally inc oium Keota Alberta Bandy of Davenport i n in 2 a to Rel returned today by a Chai Lea m. Naue of in Avenport Ami 3.fy 111 who do dirt court he re that a in. T Ager of Kansas by. J jury had deliberated throughout last a night. The division returned today declared t he boy was not responsible his five 18-team grading outfits Anat work on the Federal Ald rout la. Montgomery county and Are pushing or to or Rac an or Ltd mini needed the work Forward rapidly. These out j commitment to a state institution for fits Are rented in the state by the 1 Treuh Bent. Are rented to owners at a Flat Price and the state keeps up the repairs. Montgomery county is determined to get All the Federal Aid possible to supplement the state and county Revenue in improving their country roads. Only 10.000 locomotives remain in Russia and of these 5s cent Are unfit for lie. The clime Carl was charged with w a it us lasted March Tib. His Fath a a wealthy land owner near Sibley. Was shot while Adeep in bed. The i a claimed the act was prompted by being whipped and by being denied Many privileges. Experts testified during Tho trial that the Hay was subnormal and had be a mentally deficient since birth. It Ubly appeared Between wage Aud comm and of any foreign pow of. Compensation for personal services approach the sue not Only Centi Aud Tho Price of commodities. Ii is a a a a and i not my purpose to enter upon a Din a a f when november conies the Tele us ton of this Fundan Neal ques publican Banner which bes lot the lion but i must be permit Quot of to american Honsl tuition Amel Ray thai there h but one Quot during Liberty and american supremacy by solution. F Tho problem o in r of our �w1 or any other country. We in ii i work a work to the dry limit of healer endurance an i strength. Tilings must be produced the apply must overtake the demand. \ tin peace treat v All that belongs to America Wittl be floating in the air of american patriotism proclaiming a Complete and filial Victory hic Lupin my problem Quot one of the notable achievement of tile Republican Congress now in i return to another Phi of the is the enactment of a Law out on of the War will a i deeply or lt5 return of the railroads to concern a Iii Erie private operation and the in Paige Quot in july of last year. The pies went of the Powers of the int ardent submit had senat for its tute coat Meres Congimi Saivii inspect advice and consent in accordance dig. Their future regulation and Cou with the constr Lottion the treaty or it while Home of the democrats with Germany. Through Bis insist a he the the Senato and House Layette there had been made a part Tai patriotic ally assisted Iii of the treaty a covenant for a Lea it tix Long and laborious talk it a a gun of nations the alleged purpose eve Thelesa a measure tor which of which was to secure permanent us Republican party is responsible Pence t an Cut the world. The pres tend we must stand or Lait upon the ident knew Long before the treaty judgment which the people shall was signed in Paris that it could t Render with respect to he retried if it contained this Eltsy. Begat or Cummins went to a Odd tenant in the form in which it was Erble length into the provisions of proposed and he and he alone is do Railroad Hill explaining what responsible for the failure to con it provides and saying that it has Ternate promptly a floaty of peace been formulated with a View to pro were Chester Keota Louisa Center and other neighbouring Baptist congregations. A a. Phillips president of the local Baptist brotherhood acted a toastmaster and immediately following the upper asked Rev. M. R Regan to introduce or. Shanks who gave a Brief illustrated lecture on the inter Church plans. Or. A1 Organ Speaks the next speaker was Thoma Morgan who in a very interest Lar four minute speech told of the work on the big world movement Ling done in his congregation. Altho Small in no Maljers they Are de Ter Iii i nod to give their allotment. Or brought a message of inspiration to th1 men of the other congregation pre eat. Always the Baptist men bring to Washington for their annual Batton is a a of Power and last night was no exception. Or. Shank gave Bis idea of nil Tho happening not related in scripture of the bringing of the Man ill with the palsy to Christ for told ibo tory in an intensely interest tog Way that riveted the attention of the Mon and Point the lessons very impressively. The address was k plea for greater Faith in Christ and More Prat Deal dependence on him. Rear Admiral a Hur Tok if tie he in is journal Washington in april rear Adan Tel a Barb Lyril Tsyn to Kef if staff for a cml Rel Wilton rom Man Der of the Atlantic Fleet roman it a tickle today by shooting himself while on duly with the Fleet in inf Chi Waters. Uli Fml wish was granted a fire Dav port ample die Tapether after Trif illness Davenport april 23.�?the for a no a wish off gtd years of Happ marriage aaa reap Zed sunday nigh when or. Nod or. Casper Erie two of the oldest settlers in fret county died St the Home i hit. Gar j Hoe Street or. Fries answering the sum mutts Only two hours before hip wife Huron bed. Or. Fries had always expressed Ilia desire to meet death before i wife was called und a few Days a j Learned that her illness was serious a he slated that he would Pray to a j taken first his prayer was in were sunday night. Or. Fries Pat Yed Awny at 6 30 p. Rn., and or frit s breathed her inst at 8 49 p. St both Ware victims of pneumonia mr.?. Fries became ill Lye to sunday und has husband contracted Tho Dis cure bist wednesday death summoned or. Flies at the age of 87 and his wife Bud passe Hor 76th birthday. Postal pay i Jinx presented prot pm a for All employees inclining Home postmaster Washington april 23.�?As a Means of increasing efficiency rap Roveti Stive Juul of Chicago introduced a joint Resolution in the House providing increases in the Valarie of postal employees. The Resolution provides for an to crease of $200 in addition to a temporary increase made a few months ago for those receiving from 1,000 to $1,200, an to read of $ 150 for those receiving from $1.-j0o to $1,500, and increase of $125 or those receiving from $1,600 to $2,000, an increase of Hoo for Hose receiving from $2.00 to $2,-500. The Resolution applies to postmasters at offices of the third class a Sostant postmasters and clerks. Be luding clerks at division head Tju archers of Post office inspectors special clerks finance clerks bookkeepers. Printers mechanics skin cd labourers watchmen messengers borers and other employees of offices of the first and second close letter carries in the City delivery service employees in government owned automobile service supervisory officials inspectors railway postal clerks superintendents and labourers. It is provided that no third class nos Mast a shall receive More than $2,200 per annul and that Sale Trina m postmasters at offices of the a mirth class shall he increased 20 per cent. Senator Moses of new Hampshire t member of the joint com ration in postal salaries predicted a re sort Early in May. A the postal service is in a deplorable Condi Ion a or said. Quot it is not Rue that he commission has been idling. It Las been hard at Over 250,0no carcasses of new zealand Mutton purchased by the British Cut eminent have been turned of american buyers and Are now on their Way to the pulled states Tho government is considering a too position made by the state Hoard it of control to rent the inebriated beaut 1 at Knoxville for an army re a Peji Atton Hospital. There is also i possibility Fiat the government night buy the institution. No agreement has. Been reached however. Between the government and the Date on the matter. The farm Laud of some 350 acres and the Dairy Herd would probably he retained by the state of the property were rent d or sold to the government. The institution was closed he the stat Nome months ago William Booth founder of Umi salvation army Copit Neam Iff to i pawnbroker a warm Tom .233
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