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Washington Evening Journal (Newspaper) - August 20, 1920, Washington, Iowa
Known thru the if. A a in journal Clana. Pm Mumm. The evening journal generally Ftp Tontle Aumi hat Lap Prwrd-1 let it pm Law Tomt this p. M. Or Tontle. 1 cooler 28 Washington. Iowa Fri a v evening at i i St 20, 1920 a Quot Quot Quot number 1.10americans in great danger thousands red troops Are wiped out polish army Slaughters the Bot Shevik forces in great Battle. Cent storm burled an entire Igorot Village under h unit red a tons Earth. The Village was located in the Moun twin Piroa Lnch. Within 900 Mali s the City Manila. The top wild Down ii Pom the ullage it Midnight. So Inki it have Hub Ooth faint thousands taken prisoner fifty seventh fifty eighth and eighth soviet unit mowed Down in big drive poles use Tanka and air plane. Warsaw. Aug. 20,-the i it Wev a nth. Fifty eighth and eighth bolshevik divisions the Warsaw front have been annihilated arid thousand Novari Soldier made prisoners an official nth inn it May. The Ruks Ian i their Iren ring in trying to meet attack All sides from the polish column their flanks the statement add poles drive . The poles continuing their Advance have occupied Kalat megyn if Miles East in Mew Kun Sellec. R.7 my Lea the capital ally a a it j0 mile South a tot Iseih a tid Mawn i the Ling 125 mile ninth riot War saw. 1 he petes Are reported to tie regrouping before Lemhi a for a Colin Ter stroke Agson to the . Who be a Thim 30 Kilometre from the City. In the Region Thorn Nho it 105 mile North Wanai the com nun line says the pole Nave launched a counter attack. Reds quit Bra at Litock. Russian soviet forces a Rva rust ing Brest Leto a. Tbs strongly fortified town the Bug River 120 Miles eat warmth according a it advices received Here. The red army i fleeing a disorderly panic along the front Het Weeti the Vistula and Bug Rivers where the role Are advancing with fun tvs. In their counter attack to relieve Tiol Shev ski pressure urn Warsaw the pole Are using tank air plane armoured trains and artillery in great Humber. At novo Minsk East . Hero and 4�rock, to the Northeast prisoners seven Cannon hundreds wagons and vast quantities supplies have been captured from the bolshevik. The bolshevik Retreat North and East Warsaw where the soviet forces Wen closely driven Fey tin poles took the semblance a rout at some places. Polish successes All fronts with the exception the Southern Battle motor where the russian Force Are advancing in the direction Lemberg Are reported. Northwest Warsaw the russian troops who met resistance at who can Wek where they had designed to Cross the \ Istria bombarded we to Cianek for hours the shells damaging the Cathedral and the Bishops Pula a. A Crisi Paat Warsaw the newspapers assert that the crisis has been in sed and assure the Public that Warsaw is absolutely Safe. The counter offensive the poles is. Announced in the newspapers in big headline and the Council ministers has issued a proclamation which has been posted in Tom streets telling the victorious attacks against the i Wal no evil who attempted to outflank the capital s defences. The newspapers say that Northwest Warsaw where the poles have shoved the red to the Northeast across the okra River the poles already have taken Mere than 2,000 prisoners and much War material. Rndy Yinon which the poles held three times is now considered Fairl secure from their attacks. The tows is being visited Dally by residents Warsaw who have permission to visit the front. The natives who refused to evacuate Rad Zymen say that the bolshevik a robbed the Bosses taking everything value they could and and also burned several buildings. Want to get out u. S. Serbian official at Pari say mor than 1,000,000 europeans want to return Horn. Paris aug. 20. More than emigrants in the United Hist want to return to Europe according to a serbian ouello in Paris who i arranging a commission to go to America to arrange for the repatriation Nini it Jugo Klov who Are said to have signified their wish to return to the native Lund. Turks besiege yank civilians in near East eighteen american Relief work ers face famine and deaf in Adana. Vanderbilt s body Way. Cherbourg France August 20.�?the steamship olympic with the body Ami thai k. Vanderbilt la Oard. Sailed new Vork. Mra. Vanderbilt accompanied the body. Suffrage is beaten in n. C. House refute to ratify Federal amendment by a vote 71 to 41. Trapped by Jemal rebels French troop hav fought their Way through to nearest port twice and have returned with heavy losses. Elnyr v. J. Philip Leon Florn Springfield. My a. Wilson fowl Woburn in. Genn w. Patterson j it Ridolph i willing rambo and j wife Philadelphia rofl h. Seeley Han Antonio Ter. Them set a Maryland a off a Boston mass., and the misses Clara Russell and Margaret a. Owens. The two latter a members the Young women a curl fan a ocl nth a. Army deserter to prison Erwin b. Philadelphia found guilty evading the draft a sent to fort Leavenworth. New York. August 20.�?krwln it. Bergdoll Chhu Dezphin has Lwen a found git diff desertion front the army by evading the draft it was no soup cd at governors Maud lie to a Era to try Cal to four year hard labor at i a it Reft wort Feu discuss uniform statutes in u. S. Revival plans announced in Mexico today pen. Alvarado says Justice inspires All acts the new regime. La Leigh. N. I�?T., aug. 20, Tsofi the woman suffrage amendment was def Utel in the North Carolina House 71 to 41. The Vanate having a Renth voted to Poupon f Inife a Fatla i Adana Only by the amendment until the regular ,.ved. With session Ary the constantinople aug. 20�?showered nightly wit ii turkish bullets and foe j ing Sandne 18 Amer Hii workers it the the american comm skin for re Clef in the near fast have been besieged _ in Adana Asia minor since june 20. Twice the French troop holding National conference at St. Louis and Tina have fought their Way to Mer a Stan the nearest port and have returned with heavy to a flour cargo to the american Relief commission for Judea gored Adana is waiting it Mersenn. The railway a f Een demolished and supplies can reach motor trucks heavily a at loss life takes up big program. Of tie Gisla Taf Neit Janu Brough the cd Mue str Tel controller Dion the Bouse virtue i 7 Law plowers Mustappa Kesh president american bar association say lawmaker have Eye Public fund. Drive for education afoot majority those forming the present government Are progressive Young men educated in the United states he declares. New Ork aug. 20.�?the recount Rue Mon program 11 new government metro was outlined by Jen. Salvador Alvarado minister finance the Republic Mexico in nil Addre i a dinner Given la ills Honor. Wet an Start lug a vast Prog rata reconstruction he said it will he adv Uncel when the new Presl Dent takes other. All cup ahle men re ens in rive than it no Penis the g Ven quient is now taking Steps hat will greatly shorten this work. I i majority if those forming part the present government Are pro Gros Dve and Enthus Lusth Young men. I some them were educated a this j country and were in Busl Ric before f they joined to la a. Revolution hut none it them was n Profet Kirmil politician j i his group in in a exerting a is it Werstil in them. In order that the most rigid Mosty la at once develops he in nil Aiteh Buldic Nodi ministration. I having thai in mind n civil service commission will soon he established and administration schools will fee ohm it us a in the Unher Setlen so that All Public Floe will a filled by men Jiro Perly trained and untrammelled from sgt Litreal influence As women won fight Harding candidate is gratified that Battle la won after three Quarter a Century. Marlon >., aug. 20�?gratification that after three quarters a Century the women America had won equal rights with men at the mils was the keynote the comment the suffrage Victory tade by hot Nator Harding Republican presidential candidate a american women have won their fight which a a continued organised yanks add to olympic Lead score seventeen Points bringing their total to 11s�?finland la second with 49 Points. Antwerp aug. 30.�?tb# Amer an athletes in the seventh olympiad scored 17 Point mor. Bringing their total to 118 a 00 Points ahead Finland representative their nearest competitors. The finns have 10 Points. The Angll atm made if Points and the swedish athlete 10 a wants. Czechoslovakia scored three Points. Holland two and Belgium and France j Otie each. The Days score included to e tug War. England now bus 40 Point and Sweden 36. Ends he ratty la Sutlon tight in this state the turkish nationalist h Ader out ii that time. Who Are determined to starve out the French in Adana. Describes siege City. The Ameir the City Van described to the correspondent by Webster Anders is Law Fordsville. Ind. Who line Arr Ted in constant Nople aft re a seeping Fri it a Adana August 7 and walk Long Southeast to the my . The turks encircling Adana have a Lith artillery no cording to Anderson and consequently make raids chiefly at night when the entire town is raked. I bus a the american have not been injured but their buildings hav been peppered and they have not la Een Able to leave the compound at night. The French artillery a Adana kills Many turks and affords cover for the troop which make frequent sallies into the surrounding farms and vineyards for food. The americans Are maintaining soup kitchens and workshop for 10.000 armenian refugees. All but 300 the orphans Adana have been sent to a Yoni. Illinois girl in party. The americans Are Doris Nevin the Colony club new York daughter the Mikser Ethelbert Nevin mrs. Emily r. Block new York miss Adelaide Crane Quincy Iii. Cleveland conference Breaks up w. Henry Amherst a to in mass. Miss Nan Avis a. Mouzai agreement i . And mrs. William Dodd Mont Parley wages Complete failure St. I Joinis aug. 20.�?uniformity various statutes we a considered at the annual Nat thai Confer Nice cml in lower to Tom state Laws which opened her. The conference which Allied with the Auer Maui bar association will cd us Tiute its the tags a it times Day. Its Floc Knik is to draft mens i Urek which uniformity is Cuba dered the desirable and a seek their passage by states. President William r. Blount Pensacola fin., said the attitude National and state Hagi Slatev it it bodies had Heel us us stack it the Way obtaining desired Law reforms in the Laid year. A Congress and the Legislatures a he so al a by reason Tjie prodigality pm wac expenditure Hare had enlarged visions i Dulc Tiece Wyldes and have devoted themselves to finding methods avoiding thut Enre am Economy in Public affairs that has heretofore , and in devising Means to Ltd wrest from the people by taxation the Money to furnish that increasing interest Lias How Ever he n evidence al in the Sujet uni from Laws throughout tin country to said. In Mississippi president Blount pointed out warehouse receipt and desertion and no support acts have been i it Assed and in Maryland the uniform fraudulent conveyance Law was enacted. Gar less their a a a tical Rel Lioun j covered thre quarters views Are being brought into action. Of 1 senator Harding denial the new government i to be run cleared. The same As a private Enterprise. J a their Victory in dram tic because a among tie things it 1iom� to a Hie Reward Stock taxing rules Given Oft derived from sales is subject to income by internal Revenue ruling. Washington. Ang 20.�?corning out its announced intention taxing in Roe from Stock dividend Kitsiu this the Bureau internal Revenue has made Public rules to be rowed in such cases. Ftfe cd received tie a dividend does not constitute taxable income the stockholder tin Bureau stated but Uny prot flt derived by die stockholder trom the Sale such Stock is classed As taxable income to him. For determining Tho gain loss do Rived from the Sale such Stock the Bureau will has its calculations the Cost both the old and the new shares la the Light their fair Market value is March 1, 1913, Ruth hits Homer fan Dies a. New yorker drops dead As a babe clouts i forty third Homo run. New York aug. 20.�?when babe Ruth hit id forty third Home run Here a Tario Road coins Lush Are the reorganization the Hanking system reorganization i transportation rehabilitation rail i tit. And the creation a Luef Chut Marine. Hope to Settle Oil question. We i it to it him a a he added a to Settle Petroleum question in a spirit cordiality am just in a which Ink Len nil the nets the new government and it in firmly Hope that in a few months this question will be settled satisfactorily to All a Large Iii Zuher Hunters. Importer and others interested in Mexico were Jires m at the dinner. Agricultural Laws Are being co Sld said general a Carudo a and ii portent Hills Are to he passed affect Uig Commerce Industry mining and by land and water. I his Reform will Ulso affect the civil �. Commercial Law the custom regulation and Ort Maui tall n us Well As the Tariff. Mir t. Syst an will also undergo a vide an Complete overhauling that will esp go it All Anth jutted and methods which at present pm harms and a tur it i business. Education to be encouraged in ians for an a Ducat Lomel program Are practically Complete. These plans include n drive in favor an integral popular education mainly practical and agricultural hues. A the Lul problem in Mexico is n great final drive that now ban insured to us american women a full in the most crucial National election Iii Many j cars. I Iowa much some us May i phased with the Coo granulation i which today mean to us Tim i we deified bring Ndumu this re nor Fin a j remains that the women won tie Theodore Sturm Bellerose l. A who was witnessing game from a fled la Baek third base suffered an attack heart trouble. He was carried under the grandstand and died a few minutes later. Cox at South Bend ind. Governor declares league nations holds the key to world problems. South Bend. Ind., aug. 20�? National and International financial and economical readjustment As Well As the High Cost living Uro bound up in the Success the league nations governor Cox declared Here in addressing a Large Public gathering. A it safety our economic readjustment and our Prosperity All Are involved in americans making the league a world Force a asserted. He barged the Republican a Senate oligarchy Quot with responsibility for a. Lay in economic Progress and belated reduction living costs. Operators and miners Send telegrams to Wilson Many Illinois and Indian mines closed. Mountain slide buries 70 Igorot Village is wiped out when storm sends Down tons Earth. Manila p. I., aug. 20. Collapse it top tiffs Uff god in a by Kiev Elaml o., aug. 20.�?miners attending a conference the joint scale committee the Central competitive fled Ohio Indiana. Illinois and by Ltd Orn Pennsylvania held a policy meeting following failure tin joint Eon Ference to agree the miners demands Tor increased wages and adjourned sine die after voting unanimously that miners in each theft our states will seek to make a sup. Pm mental and separate agreement with operators in tin Field. This practically disrupts tin Central Field As a Basing Point. Inasmuch As tip joint conference was called by president Wilson for the purpose adjusting inequalities in the present wage scale agreement operators and miners sent separate telegrams to tip a. President advising him the failure the conference to reach an agreement. The miners Telegram was Optimus tar in tone saying the miners would Endeavor to make separate and individual agreements with the operators la the various states. Chicago aug. 20.�?almost one third the Coal mines it Illinois Are closed and the state faces another strike because operators and miners failed to agree Uri increase for tin men after a five Day session at Cleveland report from Indianapolis say Muny tin Indiana mines Are also closed. Frank Farrington president the Illinois miners has wired the men to stay the Job because a a strike now will result in government president Wilson now works daily a # president once More passes Days at his desk. Physician say he is steadily improving walks up and Down stairs. Washington aug. 20.�?president Kwh Mil in the language . Gary a t. Grayson his personal physician is a slowly but steadily improving in health each Day. According to doctor Raj son tin president has at least regained his former weight 179 pounds. He i doing three and a half hours work Jit his desk and owing to his Powers concentration is performing As much executive work Dally As he Ever did off sting course. Boeing visitors. Flu president takes physical exer Cise twice each Day walks up and Down stairs once each Day to restore strength i to his arms and legs the use which was impaired by his illness reads an hour a Day by himself and is read to As much More As lie desires writes numerous letters and memoranda and brings to his labors according to doctor Grayson pm fee mental vigor he Ever possessed. Are you satisfied with the president s Progress doctor Grayson was asked. replied the doctor Arul then he added a i must say no to that question. No physician is Ever satisfied with the Progress any up Tient until he is entirely Well. The president has made a most remarkable recovery and his Progress is sure and steady. He is getting better each Day. Lie stands the heat Here better than any Roan i Ever doctor Rubensohn die. Philadelphia. Aug. 20.�?dr. Lewi r. Rubens thu grand Muster the Independent order brith shalom and in Active worker in the National jew Lutfi emigres died Here. My Chapman is buried teeny Peot prominent in world attend the funeral at Cleveland. Cleveland aug. 20.�?Many be alg prominent in the baseball world aft. Tended the funeral Ray Chapman which was held today at St Philo Niche s Catholic Church East Cleveland. Among them was b. B. Johnson president tie american league. The pallbearers were Ushers at his wedding Only ten months ago. A Hapman a death received official recognition from the City Cleveland when flags the City Hall and court House were flying at half Mast hundreds message condolence were received from All parts the country. Among them were telegrams from gov. James m. Cox Den socratic presidential candidate. Bares band Bank thieves confession Chicago Man Load to i Cove by 1,000,000 Bond robbers. Chicago aug. 20.�?a $1,000,000 band Bank robber and Bond thieves has been unearthed in Chicago a a result a confession Henry b. Smith insurance broker. Smith is in the custody Stutes attorney Hoyne together with David Thompson Alia a a army Thompson whom he accused being the Leader the band. Thompson was arrested in Zebulon co. Extradited and brought Back Here. Thompson according to Smith confession bad Headquarters Here for the disposal in this City hundreds thousands dollars Worth Bonds stolen from Bank throughout the country but chiefly in Small towns. Vote Down tobacco cutout agree to organic a Burley grower association to protect interest Industry. Lexington ky., August 2a�?tobacco growers from Indiana Ohio and Kentucky at a meeting Here voted Down a Resolution to limit the 1921 crop. They agreed to organize a a Burley growers association to protect the interest the Industry. Thirty nine counties were represented at the meeting and Eracli were allowed a vote the crop cutout which was Defeated 22 to 17, u. S. To sell hog Island Famou wartime shipyard at Pocil. Delphia to go to the highest bidder. Washington aug. 2ft�?bids for the Purchase hog Island a shipyard at Philadelphia called for soon by the shipping Hoard. Offer for the government Fleet More than 1,200 vessels will also he asked wit Iff i a few Dayi according to official the Board. A
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