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Washington Evening Journal (Newspaper) - August 26, 1920, Washington, Iowa
Quote bowl am tile in Rains Lori Ftp Cimbri fled of talus the evening journal fair tonight and Friday not mime a Clu Ngn in temperature. Volume 28 Washington. Iowa to 11 Hsi Avha xxi Xvi August 1920 number 164suffrage officially Law Russ Arny in North is ready to que negotiations looking to Surrey Der to poles begun by Northern Force. Red defeat is Complete bolshevik its entreating without re is stance�?70.0c0 prisoners Caput red Crest quantities of military stores taken. Tenor Cox declared a Arr lining Eon Fri hated to Tim rep Oblu i ran by a set Fisli greedy Lute re to to buy tin election a a it to my in Revll Rry and it w ill in my chief an id the governor. A sex la one the senatorial pint and to reveal tin tat event tent Fri a part of Large crowd appt Sodel ii it Andl a nth Here amt at Evansville where lie had in ii ii to and a Lintel re up finn with a Parade to the stat inti. Chains daughter to stove Pekin ill woman is said to have punished child for losing Coin. Antis lose final stand on suffrage District court refuses injunction to halt promulgation of amendment. Action in Hie Hen Iii a Black my sties if f mum aug 2d.�?a for Iii co Tom on Lea tiny admonishing the polish government not to permit it for to go beyond tit ethnographic Bot ind nah a of Poland Iii Pursuit of the russian soviet or a opa ital been forwarded to Warsaw the Tate a a my it my it att tit tired. A Orla Iii., Atta 20. Ite a a her Tea year old Dan glitch loaf a Chr Dollar she had Gran Lier to make son purchases at ii grew by St on. Airs p. of Pekin it la charge chs i in i her to a touting to. When authorities found the girl the Chain a locked around the child s leg and the woman refused to Kun Hie key to in . The Mother was taken to jail. Last stand of opponents kid naked americans freed Alabama woman says votes were for Sale in Tennessee legislature Calls it blackest Page in history of state. A red the recant m my legislature Quot would i Page in the history of the that Quot we were beaten. Imp by the will of the poop but by farce which or roughshod Over the no Ert cd or. In Lnch Ord. The thru Ion of till no and Merit Moon twee than the defeat of thee a ple or the nation by methods of Rorup Tanh too disgraceful a to in chronicled Here put hut by i women who have a Titio a to enter pol-111� of a it the Pun Quot Quot Quot of purifying gunboat goes to Honduras Washington acts As result of labor disturbances in vanity of la Ceiba Washington aug. 26 tin gunboat a ram do lot Ben ordered from port i to a. To a filet to a Vlha. Bouduc a a n no of a turban gum ins out of Illier trouble in the Vicinity of inf put null a etl at the Navy Deport men. New rates on railways go into effect increased transportation rates on of carriers started at Midnight. Georgia population 2,b03400. Washington aug. Flag urn s announced Tondt Alq slate of Georgia revised. 2,8b3.u0o or Viou Zamora their captor is reported to Hays surrendered in stats of Jalisco. Part am. 20.�?negotiation looking to surrender to the pole have been i gun by the Northern Ila an bolshevism army according to a Vienna dispatch received Here. Latest information from Warsaw in dict the Advance of the poll Diar Nile continue rapidly and that the bolshevik a in anxious Only to los Contact with the pol prisoners total 70,000 Washington. D. Of aug. a result al the esp Ore by polish troop of Hla Ystok 120 Tulles oort Yeust of Warsaw and the adjacent no Lar wed Junction the bolshevism army in that Vicinity has been Cut off the polish legation ism informed in an official cablegram from Warsaw. Complete defeat of the bolshevism army which was retreating without resistance a also reported in the message which announced the cutting of a total of 70.000 prisoners. The military spoils nor Andy Token frats tile bolshevik were dear Allied in the official a ports us Quot great Quot All russian invaders beaten. Warsaw. Aug. 26.�?kolno. In Lei or Tant town near the East prussian Frontier North of Loreata Miles Scirth a at Ltd of Warsaw Lins imn taken by polish forces which Hale Bora sweeping rapidly northward in Pursuit of the retiring russian bolshevik. More than to Jolo red who were Cut off from the main body of the soviet army have Lwen captured in thl Region. Report from various fronts per tic til orly the Northern sectors of the line indicate the Balche of Tel a re demoralized and fleeing everywhere in great disorder. General soon Okowsky minister of War has issued a statement to Pollati newspapers declaring that the soviet armies have been decisively beaten everywhere adding that of 250,000 bolshevik troops participating in the offensive for the capture of Warsaw than 140,000 have la Een aces noted for and that nearly nil other detachment have been shot to pier. Ile estimates the number of prisoners at 50,000, and the number of other bolshevism casualties at 40,000. Military observers assert the polish Victory and the Success in Tho Campaign now being carried out form one of the most interesting military St in Teg ical problem of recent years. Thousands Fie into Prussia. Two Cossack regiments have crossed into East Prussia Northwest of my own to escape capture according to announcement by military authorities. And there Are indications that soviet infantry units numbering Many thousands of men have also taken flight across the Frontier at various Points. The remnant of the fourth bolshevism army is surrounded near i a a. And. While disorganised is endeavouring to fight its Way eastward. It attacked Mexico City aug. 26.�?All t be american kidnapped by Pedro Zamora the Bandit loader at Quale Thiim of last week have in a released a a re ing to reliable adv received Here Fri a to to capital of Judson. The ret torts Tate that in born by Jorr Ndu re. Auto thieves kill officer fire St they Are halted for ques hoeing by two Mina ipod office a. Washington aug. 26.�?application for an injunction to rest twins Ere Ihry Colby of til slate department from promulgating in ii Flea Hon of the Federal suffrage amendment a filed a announced 2.800/01 a to fire a a a late Justice 8101011 in the Rel trl to supreme court by nit isel for the american constitutional league. Judge 8iddon late in the afternoon de nid tin writ. The application was made by aug a Ney a. I. Smith in Lmh Lulf of Charles Fairchild of new York. Or sudent of tin league. Ius in Kiddo h said he Rotvik tort consider the matter until a a Unsel showed authority under which the our might act to restrain in Sec it rotary of state from Muing a Proela mat Ion announce Long ratification of the a pm Ltd Tennessee its thirty sixth i Tate. It Gail pre ent itch a italian next Day hut or. Smith said this might in Tsi late Ami water rates also raised interstate schedules prepared by All line a Deles set for hearings on state tariffs where commissions refused increases. Etc added another world s record to their of Mph games iring when i shield a it Chitry of new York won the he meter free Fyle swim for we Oinen in i if flute 13 3-5 a fools the Mark is til of a seconds better than the previous world record Siebl by miss Fanny i mrs cd. Irn no Iet of Phi a i Delphia was second and mrs. France i a Broth of san Francisco third. Norman Ross Chi ago. Got the i Jef meter free style event going through la water in 22 minute 24 1-a second. The recon i 22 minute Flat. Vernal of Canada was second and be mire pair of Australia a Thirl. Palmroth of Sweden won the final of til 400-Rortfr breast stroke. Roads fight state fare nine carriers in Minnesota Start suit for injunctions to prevent info re. Ing a return of old rat. Re Paul. Atte. 26.�?nine of the principal railroads operating in Minnesota instituted Milt in United state District court Here for temporary and permanent injunction to prevent the mate Railroad and warehouse commission from enforcing a return to the old two a tits a mile intrastate passenger fare sept. I. Colby signs the official documents mkt rotary of it a to Mak khat of Kaok a Law after tknnk8hkk Park pm Arri is greatest Deal in Coal negotiated in re had Dona agr to remain in i chamber during the Day to Ron id or the authorities which Conn might Minturn poll aug. 26.�?patrolman Frank h. Linnet was shot arid killed when he and two other members of the i Oiler Quot Shotgun squad mopped an at a i la a a a it. Automobile carrying four men. Til second attempt. Tills was the second attempt by of lice were searching for automobile thieves. One of the suspects tired three shots at Mallet the other two Poh Cement gave Chave hut the Poller car was outdistanced. Major my Sweney must stay in jail Lloyd George says government can to favor Cork mayor. Regrets decision of official to starve himself cites crime for which he was convicted. Lucerne aug. 26.�?Premier Lloyd 1 George in a statement concerning the Case it al or a mayor Mcweney of Fork whose condition is grave became of his hunger strike in Brit ii jail Long la a maid in subsumed that whatever the Eon Seq lie Nee the government could not take the responsibility of releasing Mcweney. The Premier declared he regretted had deeded to a starve item Seif. Bitt al that of he were Relei sol stun All the other hunger strikers would have to he released Quot a Law which is a of Sejm Eter of persons is no Law a or. Lloyd George statement continue Quot of tin Cabinet therefore departed Fri its decision it Complete breakdown of the whole machinery of Law Ami government in Ireland inevitably would follow. The re lease some weeks ago of hunger strikers in Ireland was followed by in outburst of cruel murder and the Premier cited the crime for which lord mayor Mcweney was convicted and said it indicated he was Quot concerned Iii to conspiracy against the constabulary who Are the defender n polish brigade near Chr Ozele about 0f order in or. Lloyd George the league to obtain from the District court an injunction restraining or. Colby from proclaiming the Niti Focati in. The first Effort a made lat month 1m-fore Tennesse had acted. Itis Tbs Hailey in dismissing the proceedings held time the court Tan without authority to inquire into the Adion of the state Legislatures in ratifying the suffrage amendment and Flint it had no authority to pass upon the Validity of Aiu i an amendment. An Appeal to the supreme court of the United states was noted then by counsel for tin league. Say vote were for Sale. Montgomery ala., aug. 26. Chart ing Toimi votes Wen offered for Sale in can tied Ion with Tenner e Rutlt Atiz in of the Federal suffrage amendment. Mrs. James Pin chord president of the Southern women s rejection league in a statement issued Here de biggest full transaction in history is announced. British syndic contract for 36,000.-000 tors of american Export Coal. New York aug. 2d.�?the greatest Coal shul in i to a a. Wits announced Here. Its Riugi Suade will tagger Coal Huth a Ultis everywhere. A British Ayad Lea Iez the Ltd Tell r a vehement tru to. Ltd. Of Swansea Wale. London Pai i and new a re i by cont meted of or 35.u6mnih ton of Ann re an Export Coal to red a la a a at the rate of 7.nm.�� tons a fear. An annual shipment on this basis we Ould in More than total Oversea. Export of tile United mutes for mho the urn a i111- Iel fog represents mgt a than ail the s.,p. My earn bist year by to Hief lines in the went Virginia Fields. J. In Gardner i managing dire Ltd of til Syndicate which is Capitulum j at $24100,000. In my Lilun to the above Stuie minus Deal or. Gardner is Ahi to la negotiating for the outright Purchase of bituminous mines. It is estimated that the Deal announced would involve an exp Cmil Ture of at in to $100400,0110 Lief Ore the Coal Touhl a moved Truu this county. Washington aug. 26. A inert ased transportation charges on practically All Railroad an let a middy Inch of the country became eff calve at Midnight wednesday. Nearly every in Lar and file a Blanket schedules with the interstate pm Mcrae Coqui Isatou making effective the general increase of 33 1-3 per cent j in freight rate. 20 pm r cent in Pasanen Ger far Aud excess baggage Aud milk charge and 50 Jer cent in charge for full Nan . Increase for water Carrier. Water Carrier inaugurated joint rail. And water trial Lac rat increased Cor i responding to the All rail Advance. Steamship lines operating on the Atlantic cout great lakes and Gulf of Mexico will increase their All water rates from 20 to 40 per it ent in freight and for tto 20 to 33 1-3 per cent on pay i re go a i Ita Iii us a result of a a Codon to tuesday night by Tim shipping Board. One Day not e i required to make the new water Rales effective but several lines filed schedules carrying the authorized increases in time to put Plieni into effect. Hearing in Chicago. Hearings on petitions of Carrier for higher rates on intrastate traffic where state commissions have refused to approve the i to tense sought have been authorised by the interstate Commerce i in on the in Ltd commission which find it a the trans j rotation act has jurisdiction Over in tra Tate rates. Tile first hearing of this kind will begin sept. 8 in Chicago when the request of Illinois railroads for Intra j state ran increases equivalent to the interstate advances will be taken up. J the Llin it is Tate commission refused to authorize Tho increases sought by the Ponds. Dedicate new Park r0a0 Russ want terms soviet Are prepared to withdraw Ullin in peace Tern i tour Arn ing polish militia tone dial to the evening journal Washington i. Aug. Secretary of state Colby today signed the proclamation Annan Rahing a do,., tic fishy that the suffrage amendment of Auto Awo Letlon to. Furni Tauoa Wax fun it by the United states. Part in ceremony at Denver Colorado. The official document received Prover Coin. A or. 26�?the na-1 the signature of or. Dolby when the to anal Park to Park Highway extend ertl Floate was received from gov log 4.560 Mil through eleven National Etner Roberts of Tennessee official Park in nine Western state a dedicate and officially open Here. Stephen t. Mather director of the Only proc he rat a that the legislature had ratified meat. Run Sec the Amend hmm Park service and officials of j the National Park to Park Highway association participated in the dedication with Pilj Cipfl of Ilia american automobile a Oclon flair. Mawn lately a following the de sen Hon the official a sep have captured the ror Tribb of planned to Start in Twenty five Auto it it drop aka Ler bar fighting. Tho for a tour of the Highway. Go Tell of a a rce have evacuate polks a purr fortress a a acetal to or Zaiac Jan Vaal Tollon aug. polish mobiles which is expected to last for sixty Day. Part of nine transcontinental roads and motor roads connecting them Are included in the Scenic Highway. I the path finding trip was conducted by a. A Westward of Washington scorn for the american automobile association. More than 500 Clytle and town Leroy suspect in a trunk Case taken cd Vii a in Lithuania according to reports today. The bolshevik Are prep amp red to withdraw the clause in the peace terms to Poland concerning the formation of militia of two Hundred thousand workmen in Poland. To see Meredith on fees Kansas City Stock Man postpone filing injunction suit against the Secretary. Yank swimmers win races miss Bleibtrey adds another world s record to americans string at Antwerp. Antwerp aug 26. The Yankee alb trunk death suspect arrested at Rio Janeiro. Or John b. Thrift or. Twenty Miles North of pro Anysz hut was repulsed losing Many prisoners. Cox repeats fund charge democratic nominee reiterates his claim that Quot greedy interests Quot support rival. Princeton ind., aug. 26.�?attack on Republican Campaign financing was renew by governor Cox i h numeral in presidential nominee in an address Here and lie reiterated i Promise to expose affairs it Pittsburgh. Quot Fig Bulous sums of Money a gov declared it was the government s duty to protect these Brave men. He concluded Quot i May add that every invitation to discuss with those w to Are for the moment the spokesmen for Irish nationalism a peaceful settlement of Ireland has Heel spurned by them. The latest offer of the government made in parliament on the Date of its adjournment has been scornfully rejected by their leaders and we have been driven to tight against Hie claim for Complete soc Sion if Ireland North and South from Hie British Empire. This claim we can Bever /it�?T5 get at stuff you must tahe a Jug Home with Yoo i Hopf that Copper Don to see me before get across cwt Ltd o now Lookout for those Revenue Guys hex look out there ill bet those Fellers Are Revenue sleuths Well maybe that saved i me $ zoo and Cost alleged murderer of wife seized on British ship on request of u. 8. Authorities. Rio Janeiro aug. 26.�?eugene Leroy wonted by the Pollee of Detroit in connection with the murder of a woman supposed to he i wife was arrested on Board the British freighter Dryden which arrived Here late yesterday. Leroy was a member of the Crew. Ile was placed Limiter arrest at the request of United state authorities Here and while tile Dryden is in port will be guarded by four members of the maritime police. The ship will proceed to Buenos Aires and from that port will sail for new York where Leroy will be turned Over to officers front Detroit. New York aug. 20.�?th British freighter Dryden upon which Eugene Leroy was arrested yesterday at Rio de Janeiro in connection with the trunk mystery murder sailed from new York of August 3�?ten Days after the body of his supposed wife was found jammed in a trunk in a local warehouse. The authorities Learned a week after the Dryden sailed that a Man answering Leroy description was on Board and the freighters Captain was requested by wireless to hold the suspect for the Blo de Janeiro police. Kanji to Ity mo., aug. 26.�?t. N. Watson attorney for the Kansas City live Stock Exchange is in route to Washington to Confer with Secretary of agriculture Meredith on the regulation of brokerage charges. At the request of the Secretary. Watson postponed the filing of petitions Here and in Washington asking that Meredith he enjoined from regulating rate charged by commission men. To readjust Grain rates interstate commission orders increase of 30 per cent on Domestic rates. Washington aug 26.�?readjustment of rates on Grain Between Chicago and the Atlantic Seaboard was ordered by the interstate Commerce commission on the basis of 30 Lier cent increase in Domestic rates and 28 per cent in Export rate instead of the 40 per cent authorized in the recent increase allowed by the commission. It. Col Ray retired Dies a Home 2$�#\ a Arjeo King George appealed to Nephew of the late John Redmond urges clemency for Irish hunger strikers. London aug. 20.�?king George a replied to the Appeal of Redmond Howard Nephew of the late John Redmond urging clemency for the Irish hunger strikers saying that the Appeal will receive immediate and careful attention. Center of controversy during Taft administration succumb at to Angel. Los Angeles. Cal., aug. 26.�?col. Beecher b. Ray u. S. A., retired died at his Home Here. Col. Ray served in the regular army about Twenty five years retiring after service in the philippine insurrection. Washington aug. 26.�?lieut col Beecher b. Ray. It. S. A., retired who died in to Angeles was the Central figure in a controversy and congressional investigation which started Early in the last year of the Taft administration and which did not end until after Woodrow Wilson Bee nut president. Brazil lifts sugar ban thirty thousand sacks of the Staple were shipped to u. 8. Port. Rio de Janeiro. Aug. 26. The embargo on exportation of sugar a been partly lifted and 30.000 sack were shipped for United state port from Santo. A
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