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Washington Evening Journal (Newspaper) - August 11, 1920, Washington, Iowa
Wurm it or Wuu Law Wath in the by a King journal Rimml. Fled oth Unai evening journal it Tweti tonight to two or w. Is i anti he cry Bly c n o i f r with Shower extreme a null generally fair w. Sci portion. Volume 28 Washington Iowa wednesday evening m i St la 1320 number 151 Wrangle t it u. S. Position on Poland is Given in note Friendly to poles but for peace first Secretary Colby says. Or trial nut Flint Rem has left a in i in sense if grail believes in free nation declares topic of United state Are earnestly Solit Toua for maintain a net of the Troia a political Independence end territorial integrity. A in a Noguni Ana. La. The Attl Ranft be a Merit a position in the in Slan total a situation outlined in n in a a to pm government a i Chat a it i to Baron Amitie Romano . Ith Llan aniline a a Lor to he United state which in part follow go eth agreeable which you have conveyed to the state Delta Rte aunt that the i in i lain government would Welcome a Nta Mitil of the Adown of a tits government in the Sittl Atlon presented la the swim id vane Iii Poland dem Rhea a prompt Reagan be and i will attempt without delay a definition of thin government a position. Not Only a to the situation a Illus from by eolian my altar pre Aura main hut a Leo a to certain cognate and Lune parable Phat a of the it to a in question tie wed More broadly. Per free Foland. To blk government believe in a United free and automation polish a Tate and tin people of the fulled mint a earnestly Solh Lton for the maintenance of Poland a political Independence Aud territorial integrity. A from i Iii at til tide we will not de pall. Ami Tholly of the govern ment will lie direct to the employ ment of ult available meant to Render it Elf it Taal. A the Glt ivern Merit therefor take no exception to the Effort apparently by ing mail Iii Nome Quarter i arrange an ii mint Lee Between Poland Ami run Ain. Hut it would not. At least for the present participate in any plan for the expand Doti of the Ara latice negotiation. Into a general Eum Man Eon be retire wit Ell would in All part Ritall Iii. Involve to it result from i Ali of w Hhd Litkin country strongly recoil. % recognition of Tho bolshevik regime Ami a aet Bement of problem al Moat inevitably up in the a is of a i imm Horment of rum. A front the lightning of the russian revolution in March 1117, to til pre ent time the government and the people of the in nit and state have followed Dpi development with Friendly mild tilde Aud with a re found a sympathy for tile Effort a of the russian triple to iwo Tegt their National life upon the i Roal Baal of Pilaf Elf government. A the Gore in Maut of the touted state reflecting the spirit of its Pep be Baa al Mil times desired to help Tho russian people. In that a frit All Ila relation with Russia Ami with other nation in matters affecting the let to a a intercut have Boon conceived Ami govern a. A the government of the i Niton states was Trio Aud government to acknowledge the Validity of the revolution Ami to give Roc ignition to tin provisional government of Russia. Almost immediately thereafter it became necessary for the i us cd Stales to make War against Germany and in that undertaking to become closely associated with the Allied nations including of course Russia. A the War weariness of the masses of the russian people was fully known to tide government Aud sympathetically comprehended prudence self interest am loyalty to our Assn plates made it desirable that we should give moral and material support to the provisional government which was struggling to accomplish a two fold task to carry on the War with vigor and at tile same time to reorganize tin life of the nation and establish a a table government based on the popular sovereignty Friendship came first. A quite Independent of the motives however was the sincere Friendship of the government and tin people of la i Lilied Stales for the great itus Duit nation. The Friendship Manifest Iii la it us i a inwards this nation Iii a time with tilde. A without any de or to interfere in the internal affairs of tin pm Ediin people or to suggest what kind of government they should have the government of the i nit Haffes does sex pre the Imp that they soon will and a Way to i up a government a pre Hunting their free will and puns. A when that Lime come tin tufted state will consider the measure of practical assistance1 which can by taken to promote Iii restoration of Russia provided Itu san has not taken it Elf wholly out of the Pule of the Friendly interest of other tuition by the pillage Ami oppression of the turks sign peace treaty Dan. Hamid Faraha first to put signature to document at so Roo Franco. Rev res. France aug. 11.�? Tho Pra pc treaty with Turkey signed Here. Leu. I Bambi Pasha a a Tho first to sign for Turkey. Baron advertises for wife a Atman Nobleman a vary red and Brilliant Quot seek marriage with american or englishwoman. Zurich re her land aug la. The Brut Stancher cling pubic Lien the following i Litls Stu to of a an austrian Baronf an Lieut mobility hut half Sari. A go a forty fhe very re h Ami Iii a Brilliant position seeks Jinn ring w Ith an elegant blonde Lull i bom in a preferably tug huh or Ameri Nii. rail line Cut from Danzig to Warsaw russians capture town of Cie Chanow Cut off supplies from poles. Operation however. Fails Cut off polish capital from sea. To roundabout route repaired Mannix arrives in London australian archbishop faced under heavy police guard but few to Groat him London. August la a archbishop Daniel i. In null of Australia who was t landed monday at Penza Are by a Bril j so destroyer which had taken him from on Hoard the White Star in a i in die off the Irish coast arrived j Here. There were Only a few reporters and a handful of priests present to Greet i the archbishop hut a heavy pol be guard was maintained about the station. Jap paper says u. S. Is puffed up japanese military Organ flays America in leading article. Newspaper charges insidious anti japanese propaganda by missionaries trouble fomented. Tokyo. Aug. that am Fenn it Are a fostering disloyalty among the poop of Japan Ami that i american missionaries in Korea a i a using the cloak of christianity to in j still anti japanese sentiment there j Armath in a series of articles appearing daily i the newspaper Kye k Tup in shit Bun. This journal is considered the Organ of Fin military groups and its proprietor and editor i Lichi to it Kotomi Hite of Tho leading journal in of Japan. America is declared to he a using a Tapa n est educators thinkers Ami but levs men to tools to spread dangerous thought destroy military tits do inc and influence japanese youths fit avoid Eotis eruption i the the newspaper a is americans a foment Tabor troubles for Lite purpose of hindering japanese Industrial development and reducing her prod Lull a America is puffed up since Tho War Quot says another article a and con elders herself the so be arbiter of the thins for to lamer United states Navy Are regarded by the writer of the article As a completely removing american false mask of Justice Ami humanity and a exposing her claws of militarism a America is seizing every Opportunity to protest against japanese actions Aud is influencing China against this country it in alleged. A Many of our Intel Genf men Are enamoured of America a the Kok Tutu save. A and because of this Public opinion is not excited even whet our National dignity and Lite rights of our Empire of a lot in no Eft cd he a have Beau in uhf a la general Haller s newly formed army occupies strongly entrenched to. A Ilion on Warsaw front a big Battle not vet begun. Tarts aug. 11.�?-the russian Lime captured Tim. Town of vat gnaw thus culling the 1\ Arshaw i an Zig railway to cording to reports front the Trent ii iodine by Mission to War a to Ehy d by the foreign office Quot ii h the i i of i. Warsaw Railroad Cut the a latin an now heading in the direction of tiny is Iii from the Northwest their Iri remit h Gitt being Loer its the River Ami never Warsaw a last remaining Hue of Ron Mukut by a Ith it Zig. Evacuation trains Are leaving Warsaw Houri Outh last line remaining no to the Baltic or Way a of the Chi. Ail Uin trains Are a re Whsle to a rapacity. Alf the americans with the exception of i tins in Viny urgent Busine in War saw were notified by the legation to leave or their take torts would Lee taken up. This it is stated is a precautionary measure to prevent the Pond Idlitt of the falling into the hands of tile Bol ii Vur. A j. I i cd act Tigisti of Iho Klyk Amer nit military attache ter., has resigned in order to organize a Toli a Artiller detachment. Major ibis Hans by Atheriea of a Tolish Mother. Hadar holds Warsaw front. The Buttle Vav he b in expected to decide the Fine of Warsaw hit not yet really Legun. According to the latest new s reaching Baria hut Lois bide Are gathering forces for the final struggle. General Haile newly of a tend army of cup a a strongly entrenched on Tsin in the Fork Between the Stirew and the bog river.-, where an Anay is Ald to Block the approach upon Warsaw of a by metrically in Fri a Minemy As Vav a it Detrain t in Tisi in the Nafi Leoida of wit and during tin Russo Stotish War in ism. Ruts a Day away from Warsaw. Berlin aug 11.�?a pee i i dispatch a. . I i us. M to to i Atiz eight from in now or tier till in envied patrol which i Are advancing from cd tory he to mile North of Warsaw no the butt asian fun to a Ami Terza nyx to the West and Noti Hest. Stave crossed the Warsaw Iii we in drone cutting Oft a treat of the polish Force hid on rating in tin territory Ltd of Ira do i a and South of fist Roc. To the tto Fth tie so a volts Uit a Days March do Sunn from Warsaw to this dispatch. It adds that the i 1 i i vols i have not entered the in Oil syk corridor although Ifica Lyme re a ached wipe Ken Trio tit to fillies North of Warsaw. New polish War minister. , aug. Log it Narni to tie ask. Polish of War by resigned Abd has la is of succeeded by in my to Snokowski it was it Poi Ted Here. Hold club Over Germany. Pari1. Aug. La. Til allies have formally assured t Hibl that if tile to a m editions reveal a a a Vul German agr Ems thy w Iii ii Germany it a get territory guaranteed to Pisand by Ute treaty of versa Hies tin aide will Advance on the Rhine to Fem Germany to re the to la treaty. It was Learned at Ute French foreign office. Allies ask America to help Poland l Oyd George says that peace hangs on polish Liberty. Attack on reds not upheld Draper Home is for rent huge 8ign Marks the passing of one of washing Tony a famous Homes. British Greener in add to commons declares War against soviets was not justified tells of myths conference. Washington aug. Ii a huge sic a a to a Sale or Kent i unit hot i Quot placed on tile a soum la mfr residence it Connecticut a Etui and i -1r�r Marks tin puking if the last of the noted my a a group of nationally known Washington Debutante. It also Mark the of trims. Bomfim Paui. Formerly Margaret dry tier la give up Lier Anier Tenn Reni up nce. Five Prin a a cd of turn a i to ital after Iii Ping a al her by her Moth a us late Jim. We in Linotti to i it Rurh a wife of Tim former by a Sudor to a a tarty to that country. London aug. La. A a i am atm Hope Fittl of lie Nee were the opening word cd trend r ? d George announcement in the House of commons wit regard to tin it ii polish crisis. The Hon a Vias Cne we a i and the to us was Hiigli in anticipation of the Premier a Spence fir War Quot a Tate ment. A he entered a was warmly Chee my. M. Kin a Iii and anti Seoeff of Ute Kuo in soviet delegation Here were in fit stranger gallery. Appeal to America. Ibid lug to an interjection As to what the position of America won ii be. Or Taic Yii George said a ave Ceria uly Are going to Appeal to America. There is of hours tile difficulty in America that up to the present she has not ratified the treaty. Null that the is the in Jeet of a a Itawi to i hmm cows Eri 1 my a Tow a tues. It i of in our Power to any what View the american executive would take. Encl proposal Vun int chm to establish peace Quot poles not upheld. Or. Lloyd file ofic do lord the it bsh Etta Ltd Wun Tuit in the Ofil Hui of the British Gog Vermpm it Anil that the soviet Rover Zinent Iii atty conditions of peace win entitled to Tak info ult not inf the facts Oftle Eaf tacks made by the totes upon Kus Nln Tim that Thoni attack were delivered dam ii Tho warnings of Tho Nellh n to Poland. Thi no Fht lie declared a entitle a to file Tancl -11011 guarantee us would he exacted try any now or against a or Puli Quot to of attacks of that kind. What was challenged he Ald. Was mint a nothing Juh fit retaliation Tipri i or punishment which go to the extent of wiping out National leg. a a a it altogether for it a to tile mom right of any Power to demand the Export pm of another nation As punishment for tin aggression of it give treader Lloyd George said a kit rope 11 an tee in . A eth of to Laud Ami its existed to a a att Independent nation is an is. Tidal not of flu Structure of Kimpean . Repartition Ltd to Laud would not merely in a Crim it went id be a peril Ami we have to consider both these contingencies a a basis for our the Premier declare hat the sole purpose if Ute filled Illey was to secure Joe on a to Sis of Independence for ethnographical Poland la Ald the Hythe conference agreed that the it 11 ii Niue Iii Ilvie Poland to Endeavor to negotiate an armistice and make peace us Long As such Independence was recognized. That recommendation a been forwarded to the soviet government the Premier plated. See Ihm As head of Russ govt. Will a Exkil him Alii Poh i blk military Ami Finan Haj k in j his tight debts to be paid express men Given big raise Federal labor Board allows increase of about $33 a month to 75,000 employees. Chicago at. Ill Slevo ii five thousand railway expert worker in the touted state were awarded retroactive wage Incerti in lug $3l. N fun i a year by a ruling of the Railroad labor boar i hated a do in Here. In place of the average individual wage increase of $42 a non the a skew by Ute workers the braid granted in average individual wage increase of $33. This was considerably More than estimated in a Advance publications of the award. The decision makes the award a effective As of May la this Means that the workers will receive As Back pay the difference Between their former pay and their new pay for May june and july. This amounts to about $11x1 for each mail. Tie pointed out that the Mille aug i gutted to the soviet that they declare j a Trice afo Dey a Midnight a this i a not accepted. In View of tile Mink meeting set for wed Day. He declared there Lead been great and i no on hedging from tin attitude uni i Iclin a a delays in coming to a Dos Cun Slun if an armistice. He could not imagine the Premier mid. Wily of there had been a real desire to have an arnds Tiee and negotiate peace the soviet government would not have axed a Date a wok or ten Day ago. Head of Houllis fans Sianii government promises a give russian Iteni Laramie government or a Cine to the Kvinlog Lourns a his aug. Ii. A Tho Trench government has derided to 1�?~ecogniae yes. Wrangle we the head of the Fie Fatir government of South re la. Tile ministry of foreign affairs said that the recognition involved the rendering of All possible military rat set once to Wrangle. Two a reasons were Given for recognizing Wrangle. First Bis Promise to assume All obligation of lie former russian gov eminent and set Oil his Promise to give to sin a democratic government. Of America at the aide a a a Ferenee. Site a a try a no protagonist of polish Imp pct dam e. No Man to nil have taken a More determined Aud zealous Tater in setting up polish than in re by til Wilson and i no air Talu that Wlna Tevi a Iliff Ereni e of open uni Here May in in Atheriea with re aril to the league of nations there would in a no difference of opinion in their general nut nude toward polish tee Premier declared that up to tile prot ent. Great Britain was taking no step to it in any attack on soviet it la it Toltin i or own territory since tie British government changed policy was announced. Tie Premier declared that of the negotiations with soviet Utts sul had broken Down been use of the bolshevik attitude Ami tin allies had Cut Russia in of from thi outside world there would la an end to any Trade negotiation. A Elf they want peace a he Ald. A they ran get it and the London Confer Russ terms Laid Down by soviet Lloyd George receives document from soviet envoy. German delegation dissolved. Tar. Aug. German Dorp Gati on in Baris which a been maintaining relations with the in Moc conference has been dissolved i foe tor go Cju part. The Bead of the delegation left for Berlin. Three is a crowd Coal conference called this week Wilson summons Jont scale committee to meet Friday. Will consider a inequalities in bituminous commission award a and adjustment of scale. Washington aug. 11.-�?president Wilson requested Tho joint Wale Tom to nip of bituminous minor Ami operators to meet at Devi Siml August in to con Ider any Ines duties in the award of tin bituminous Coal commission. The req eat for than acting a sent jointly to Thomas t. Brewster of the operators Aud l. Lewis part Sidcot of the United mine workers of America. To his message to Brewster and Lewis the president said a i have been informed that in Corn ii Iunce with my request the striking miners have now resumed work an action on their part which i desire to commend. In conformity therefore. With the Promise contained in my statement i hereby request the members of tin join scale committee of the operator Ami Miner of thi it ventral competitive of Hills to meet in in City of Cleveland <>., on Friday morning August 13, 1920, for the Pitej a St of console Riig any Ines Ual Itle that May have occur it d in tin Awn re of the bituminous Coal commission nod the joint agree treat growing out of tin same and adjusting any and All such inequalities As tin joint scale committee May mutually agree should he St. is. Aug. 11.�?thomas t. Brewster chairman of the Coal Nam a Torso scale committee in tin Central competitive Field announced that Tho operators committee would meet a Lett the Miner committee at Cleveland Friday its requested by president we Eon. \ told of the seven demands which the reds Are laying Down for armistice. London. Aug. La a Leo Kamenev russian soviet emissary hero so int treader Lloyd Gergge an outline of the terms which soviet Russia is laying Down for a a armistice with Polit my. The first of these terms the outline shows i Flint the strength of the polish shill he whim to one annual contingent of 5tk000 men together with the army command and an a army of administration apparently a Vienna Petit Force to aggregate us too men. The second of the terms is that demobilization of the polish army Hail occur within one month. Tie third condition is that ail arms excluding those in a ded for the Arm Force specified shall he Horn us to soviet us Sia Piid Lite Ukraine. Other terms in fourth a War industries shall a demobilized. Fifth no Trimis or War material so ill in allowed to Crane from Ahmad. Sixth the Hue if , Bialy St of Aud trawl to shall lie placed fully at the disposal of Russia for commercial Tram it to Aud from the Baltic. Seventh a rite families of a1 polish citizens killed wounded or to pull tuned la the War shall be Given free land on tit. Other band the turns Russia Are first simultaneously with the polish demobilization Lite russian Ami ukrainian troop sit Uii withdraw from polish front. Second upon the termination of operations the number of russian troops it a tin russian Frontier in Hull be considerably Riff used Ami fixed it a figure to be agreed upon. A byte armistice shall a the St Atis quo but no further East than Tho line indicated in the july 2d note of furl Curzon the British foreign . The polish Arm shall withdraw to a distance of of Verst from that Lim the zone Between the two Rue being Neutral. Fourth tote final Frontier of Tho Londei indent state of Poland shall to in the main identical Nith the in indicated in lord cursor a mite hut additional territory shall in Given Poland of Tho East in Tim regions of by it Vostok Anil Chol in
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