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Washington Evening Journal (Newspaper) - December 21, 1920, Washington, Iowa
Of Cero thro the twin journal Tamri fled a Damaa the evening journal volume 28 Washington Iowa tuesday Derex Iber St Jojo Snow and redder to Nile. C old wave wed Rte a a j. Fair colder up Sud s per Tenn. Strong of. A winds ignite. N umber 264dements gone Constantine is again on his throne people delirious with Joy As they Greet ruler deposed by allies. I inquiry which Cor loft to in a in a j lion Iii Haiti of chary. Against the roiled state Marlin in to. Conductor the occupation of the insular re Public he a retried to Secretary Dan Ida. Giving the Marine corp general clone in i Ion declaring1 it deserving of i Tommil oltion rather thu Adversa criticism. Unjustifiable homicides in two instance and serious isolated offences in in other Case a re found. The court reported and in All theft Case offenders were tried by court martial. Convicted and sentence. Lords 0. K. Home Rule Bill suffers during his exile May a will establish Infanta Unity and exterior filet by Vamg army to cultivate owed re Tationa with a Iliad Power. Iriah Macau re now safa and will placed on Tho statute Book. Fleet who feed Zug it in Adriatic i. S. Tars in Adriatic play Santa a Russ children in sad plight. Meanwhile at rift to the United states destroyer t bundle a handling thousands of other refugee in the same efficient Wanner us charac termed the work of the Olympia under the direction of of. I. Wyman commander. At it Guy a the entire in re of Relief nerf fixation a carried out by the tiffs or Ami men of the Adriatic Fleet including Supply ins qua Ruer and in Ting the refugees among whom Werbiany Nob men and generals to Torr no Emma dicta stat a t not to quit9germany now Drovwal of unload soya an. Alan. Pre Holiday Rush is on in Congress farm Relief and Fordney a Tariff rifts to be disposed of at once. I a trivet a faring Athens Greece due. the minder of Cannon the hum of air circling air Pianus and the roaring cheer of n great throng Constantine of Greece deposed As King of the hellenes by the Alite during the world War As pro German and recalled to the throne by popular Rote entered Athens Munday. His arrival a compared by his admirers to Napoleon return from Elba and tears of Joy were seen flowing Dawn Ilia Cheek of people swarming near i Carriage. In Media my after alighting from the railway train Constantine drove to the Cathedral where n magnificent scr Elce was Given ail the by a Tai in Athena participating. Siwa oat i eau Hie that to foreign pm. Of during the wet. Ceremonies. The arrival of rns to aniline Uay not marred by any hostile incident. A to Maroa taking s Cameta. The approach of rite Royal train a signalled by the arrival at the tiny terminus of the railway near pit Ca de la Concord of three Royal carriages. Which stopped in front of the station al la a. In. Tile King s Carriage was drawn by sly Bim k horses driven by three uniformed outsiders and a drained in Royal purple. In the throng were villager wearing the National costume of White Kurt red Cap and Black mocking Dock labourers and Cliv Dweller and a detachment of French Bluejacket a in evidence Utah let members arrived Jum before the train pulled into the Mutton and were followed by Queen Mother Olga anti Prince and Princess Christopher. Princess Christopher was formerly or. William b. Leeds of new York widow of the american a tinplate she is known in Greece by the sobriquet of a the a Dollar when Constantine emerged from i railway Carriage he bowed salutations to the crowd and tear Wen seen in i his Eye a he said to those near him Quot be still my he embraced Querns Mother Olga Louden Ive. Iri h Home Rule Hill now is Safe and will in placed on the Ltd to Tuff Book this week in a form Only slightly amended from the Shafe in which it first left the House of commons the Hou a of lord after i a Brief debate agreed to All Amend i meld made to the Chi by the Cook Moi in. Instant Raieff provided air plane serves As Hearse body of St. Paul Man in Aerial con. Reyance from Wisconsin for burial. St. Paul minn., Dee air plane hears was used to carry a he imply of William Drefke from Webster. Wi., to St. Paul. Drefke. For years a resident of St. Paul died on his farm near Webster after plans bad been completed to tiring Bim to a i. Paul Hospital by air plane a the condition of Hie Road made vehicle traffic almost impossible when nears of i death was re dbl melt to Elded la the the plane in bringing the testy Here for burial. Express menger permanent interstate Commerce commission give endorsement to the War merger. Washington. La it Bority a grinned by the interstate Commerce a Ommi Minn fur pern uncut consolidation or the iraqi or Hii ii Bual de is and pre rile of to Adams american. Wells Fargo k co Ami soul Horn express Complin into Tim american Hill Wii exp few company. The cum Mission Auld that it wan their Ladief thai Law Public would Best Imse Rand by Otic consolidated company serving Alt lines with equal rate. Appeal to French women German feminine deputies plead for retention of Milch coma to 6ave babies. Berlin december to the allies of 800.000 Milch cows. Which have been demanded under the term of the Vernal treaty would Hub disastrous results in Germany say rear Admiral Philip Andrews commanding the warships authorised the Mea Euree and telegraphed red Croaa for help. Venice item. Jim the american Fleet in the Adriatic will act As Hents Claus for inure than 20.ouo persons including italian and russian children the latter timing among the refugees recently disembarked along the Dalmatian coast. The beneficiaries of the fleets Christmas spirit will receive toys Candy fruit clothing Aud Shin Dune up in Small packages. The russian children just landed in Damatia with their fathers and mothers. Who escaped the bolshevik sweep in a ouch Russia suffered intolerable hardships on the voyage. They were tacked in the ships so tightly As to he unable to move with hundreds in the held among the Coal and other supplies standing or fitting in virtually the same position for Jug flays. A no prov upon had been made for their arrival in Dalmatia tis american Fleet undertook the work of caring for them. Rear Admiral Philip Andrews commander of the american warships in the Adriatic whose Headquarters is Ber immediately began the work of Relief. He authorised the Fleet to do what it could meanwhile telegraphing to american Heil Pron Headquarters in Bari for help. In response to which aps al he deceived a telegraphic allotment of Franca normally $50,. The flagship Olympia was then stationed at a fuss on the Adriatic he Miles Northwest of Cattero into which place thousands of refit go is were pouring. The americans started the work of organisation in order to care for the refugees. Kitchens were set up to provide food for the refugees and hatha and houses were furnished. Rush medical supplies. Request were sent to Admiral Andrew for vaccine and other medicines and he immediately sent men to Milan to buy the necessary medicament. Alt were loaded and readied their destinations Alang the Dalmatian coast in lid hours. United states destroyers taking them a i Murd at Venice. Paris dec $1. Withdrawal of american troops Bonn Germany is not being considered at present maj. Gen. Henry t. Allen hem wander of american forces at car. I quoted As saying in an interview with the Petit Lari ated. This withdrawal a reported of being eat ten of dated Iii recent dispatches from Fht Tel. Indict 52 quiz new York antitrust Law defendants facing trial new number 120, it it said. New York dec. Jim a Blanket indict men Agama -2 defendants charging violation if the state antitrust Law was returned in connection with investigation of the a building indict meat now number 120, a Lefter to the women of France from Aud Shook hands with Princess Chris a committee of German women. Con Huss by boats police and soldiers Circle Island off Galway. Flotilla employed in search of Lair used by Bien Fain far prisoner a two wounded while fleeing. Dublin Ireland dec. of military and Pollee setting out Iii boats surrounded the main Island of the aran group at the Entrance to Galway Hay to carry out a sen Reb. Two men were hot in attempting to escape three others were wounded and seven pricier were taken according to Brief official messages received in Dublin. Whether a tight occurred in obtaining the prisoners was not stated Tuth messages. No reference was made to any casualties to the Crown forces. It is understood that Ini Shipman Island. Which presumably is the one which was surrounded was used by the sinn Felm a for prisoners taken in Galway. Several months ago the police attempted a Landing to Rescue the prisoners but their boat was i stoned Aud drive off. Immigration Rill is up House measure proposing repeal of general War Laws la before sen ate lower body to adjourn thursday Over cd Rietman. Washington Doe. Ji.-�?1 the House ways Aud Means committee voted out the Fordney emergency Tariff Hill designed to protect the Farmers and in meted chairman Fordney to make All efforts possible to obtain action on it before the Christmas recess in finally approving tin Bill. The committee made two changes. Lemons were added to the list and an import duty of 14 cents per Pound estate fished. The rate on is nut Oil was increased from to to 20 cents a gallon. Lemon were included at the last moment upon the demand of the conference of representatives from former districts which Hail accepted provision of a Tariff on Lemons at the suggestion of Hep Resea t u to v e Kahn rep of California. Five member of the Mui Nettee voted against it Fordney bin the urrere Ald to have i teen representative Treadway Massachusetts to Loti Connecticut Rainey Illinois Oldfield Arkansas and Hull Tennessee. Opposition to the legislation however. Is developing on several sides. Member from manufacturing districts expressed dissatisfaction with the Bill is framed because it did not include enough manufactured articles. Traditional opposition to any High Tariff still held among some of the democrats while other member asserted i lint enactment of such legislation would result in an increase in the Cost of living. A a farm representatives join. among the representative from farming districts will attempt to gain bipartisan support for the measure at it conference of thaw members at which will be submitted recommendations that the informal organisation support the Fordney measure the Young ten her Bill to use $100,-000.000 of the profits of the Federal Reserve Banks in loan to live Stock men. And Resolution to revive the War finance corporation. The last named measure which previously had passed the Senate was slightly amended and adopted by the House saturday. The Resolution goes Back to the Senate for immediate acceptance of the amendment or for a Brief joint conference. The House Hill proposing repeal of general War Law is Lefore the Senate judiciary Rumm Lotta for initial action. The committee will hold hearings today on a Hill by of Tensor France of Maryland for Relief of Perron convicted of violating the espionage Law. Senate leaders Are prepared for a tilt on the motion of senator Fol Latte of Wisconsin to reconsider passage of the Poindexter ant strike Hill. A motion by senator Poindexter of Washington to table the Lafollette motion which would bar debate i in Prospect. Emergency immigration legislation passel i inst week by the House i to be taken up today by the Senate immigration committee which la expected to arrange for hearings after the holidays. The Senate passed the maternity and infancy Protection Bill after it Economy opponents had Cut its required expenditures from to f1,500,000 a year and putting its administration into the children Bureau instead of creating a new government Bureau. The House will adjourn thursday Over Christmas until the following monday while the Senate with tis Extension of time voted Down by House iikmnq1rnt income Tayeh Ark tit he Chi of it Ted without Dulay wants leniency gown per make plea before Senath indicia committee l or liner on vie Ted i ruler espionage act kneels to even inc gems i. Washington Illier. Holiday program still Uncertain leans cd Mol Resolution extending toward a partial cessation of business for Day the Tim in which achy Means of three Day recesses a null after new year. Tarred in Jacksonville real estate Man is victim a had objected to the us of the word a Hun Jacksonville fla., dec. Bischoff a my estate dealer of this City. Bound Ami gagged and covered with a cent of tar and feathers a dumped from ail it at one of Jacksonville busiest downtown Street intersections. Across big Choff a Chest was a sign Reading a Herr John Bisehoff. A a curious crowd gathered around Ami he was anally taken to his Home. Bus Holt was the object of an attack in a Jacksonville newspaper saturday in connection with a letter which the paper published signed by him and objecting to the Nee of Hie word Quot Hunt in the columns of the Patter. If threatened to withdraw his advertising matter unless the paper Censed calling the germans in Nequent income fuses could be paid a ordered withdrawn from Tim Hob committee today. The Resolution had been previously reported by the House committee. It applied to income taxes due on december 15th, and provided the fifty Day Extension for those who had not paid. The action of the heros we 2t j olm prompted by a report from Secretary Houston bowing the disastrous al feet on the a the payment a wheat imports can to be barred Wayts if Vivery Fob bib of Bah Necla i to the evening you nub Washington i. A. 21.�? a re notation proposing an amnesty for political prisoner convicted of violation of Tho espionage act during the War Nae urge today by Samuel Gompers to forc the Senate judiciary committee. Grain imports beyond Power of the president. Gopher and Alten a escorted to i Carriage in which he was taken to the Cathedral. After visiting the Cathedral. Constantine went to the Royal Palace where he read a message to the people. Promisee Friendship to allies. Constantine rend his address from the Balcony in the presence of it too Persona lie to a dressed in u marshal s uniform and Premier al Ellis stood on his right. Queen Sophie sister of sex emperor William and trinies Christopher also were present. He declared he would establish internal Unity und exterior peace by us lag the Ormy to cultivate Good relation with the Allied Power. He said the marriage of Crown Prince George Duke of Sparta and Princess Elizabeth of Rotun Anta assured int Alliance with that namibian country and he declared he would follow the policy of his fathers and cultivate ancient greek culture. Constantine asserted he suffered deeply during his exile. Allies warships quit Piraeus. Paris Dee. of the allies which had Iteen in the Harbor of Piraeus the port of Athens left prior to the arrival of Constantine on Board the greek Cruiser a Crow so tis to avoid paying Honor to the returning Monarch says an Athens dispatch firmed deprivation of the German eople of the milk Supply represented by these coins would result in weakening Public stamina nil individual resistance and. Therefore operate to reduce the ability of Germany to fulfil treaty obligation tit rough necessary production it is said. Rockefeller must a face tax charge government charges he falsified income tax returns. Marines in Haiti cleared United states court of inquiry clares work merits commendation. De. dts i. court of demands $292,678 for alleged omit Cion of Illinois pipe line Stock holding. New York dec government has brought suit against John d. Rockefeller for $202,67$, charging his income tax report was a incorrect Nils leading and the complaint alleged that in his return flied on March 28, ibid or. Rockefeller Quot failed to include in it As part of his income 56,704 shaves of Illinois pipe line company and it 17 1 shares of the Prairie pipe line the Stilt was brought in Federal court by assistant Federal attorney it. S. Owens. A Peury of 5 per ent and interest thereon at the rate of per cent from june to two Aud Costa also were sought. A couple of Wise acres >11. Swi a wow 111 a a a a. Of. A vat heu0 Santa Claus where Pima get 1h Reindeer commission Baya question for Congress doubts of would help. La one ban Washington dec. president i without Power under existing Law a to shut out wheat imports Quot but he a apparently has certain Powers in a Der die lever act to Stop future trading in wheat a the Federal Trude commission says in a special report to president Wilson made Public today at the White House. The commission says a while evidence is not available that future trading is responsible for the decline in wheat prices it does not appear that future trading in wheat As at present operating to of indisputable service to the Grain it suggests however that of regulatory action is to be employed the question be considered by Congress and that legislation a not connected with War Powers be Street car company wins at Davenport Davenport. Dec. 21.�?judko Barker in District court today overruled the motion to dissolve the injunction restraining a socialist City officials from continuing the arrest of Street railway official and in offering with the operation of their lines. As matters now stand the Street car company holds the whip hand and can operate their lines As they see fit. Recently when they refused to take orders from the City officials warrants for Tho arrest of officials and trainmen Wen issued and All were fined in police court. The following Day the officials were arrested for the second time. It was then that the company went into court and thru an enjoining order tied the hands of the socialists. Woman is us fat Holt in Law Hays Jagt Iii Klimt Lurly of near Newton kindled her Home Newton dec. Is a of. Frank Kimberly who resides Nar Collins la., does not know the whereabouts of her husband and has not Knout where he is since about three Days following their marriage in Des Moines in september ibis. She allege her husband left her because of influence exerted by his father John Kimberly and because of this fact she is suing the father for $2.-�.0t>0 on the grounds of alienating her husband affections. She declared in her testimony in the District court Here this afternoon that her husband would hav lived Vith her and Given her Aud her child the commission tells the president a Home had it not be >11 for the Iii us that because of the failure of the Chicago Board of Trade to co operate 1 it was unable to obtain necessary information As to whether there had been Large transactions in wheat futures of a manipulative character. As to the concentrated purchases of wheat in this country by foreign got i Emmetts which have undertaken to regulate at Home flour prices irrespective of the Price of wheat the Coroll Mission declares that of purchases Are to continue a the desirability of the United states meeting them through a Selling organization should be Ca ref Lily the commission s report is based upon an investigation of the wheat situation which the president requested it j to make last october after gov. Henry j. Allen of Kansas and others had urged him to bar Canadian wheat importations and take such action As ence of her husband s father. She asserts that the father did everything in his pose to prevent the marriage and that about the re Days following the marriage he was in stir mental in inducing her husband to go away on a business trip from which he has never returned. While on the witness stand this afternoon she testified that John Kimberly said in leu presence that Quot be would rather see Frank dead and rot in his grave than to marry the plaintiff in the action Watt on the stand we ii court adjourned the Cane if being hotly contested and la 1 attracting much interest in the Vicinity of Collins. Important archaeological find have been made in Oregon recently. A prehistoric cemetery containing Stone utensils and Copper ornament was unearthed it oho Point on Tho Columbia River and at another to necessary to stabilize the rapidly de a it laity were found picture writing clip aug wheat Market. J chiselled on Tho Cliff
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