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Washington Evening Journal (Newspaper) - December 22, 1920, Washington, Iowa
Known thru Tho my rating Jon Mal fled column the evening journal Row titled new Lair to night i my flip Fwy. Pooh my wow Oast portion tonight fold w a Ivah Iwu Lott. Ivy it a rat to re a volume 38 Washington. Iowa wednesday evening december 22, 1920 number 265 al mn1 Many killed Dupont blast Extension to tax payers not granted i Houston tells of disastrous effect it would have on Treasury. It fore n mib co Manittee of the Senate judiciary committee to appoint senator Smith. President Wilson will san Tor Mark Smith limn of a risotto to rho intern Tomil joint co Milt Ion on to Una disc boundaries to succeed rim Lite r in Glenn of North Carolina it Una loaded at tire White House. Senator Smith a Defeated for re election rid fall. Greek King retains Cabinet pram Ltd Thallia la Aake a to stay office till parliament Begma its a Adon. In Village in reprisal balk Nalee in county Longford after attack on police bar sacks. Negotiate lain cob i Lori with Tho gov Orn Motif. Demands Dublin buildings. General of the Dublin District let it edit notice tie mending in pm a of Tho oily Hull and thimm Publ Dir. Rho in Ridln or or his oel a Teiei resolved by id votes to 7 to in or Tho Ilo Ruand. Tho military my i i a Tiei on or loft out Mfd loll ii in Ami in Fork. Nil is ordered withdrawn compere urge a Para Aga of Resolution proposing amnesty for Quot political Prit Onera Quot convicted of violation of espionage. X Washington i rec. 33.�?1the Edmonds Resolution extending for 50 Days the time in which delinquent taxpayer can their income taxes duo on de cent or is previously reloaded by the House w ays and Tenten . We ordered withdrawn from the Louise committee. A report a received from Secretary Houm on of the tree Ury showing the disastrous affect i tin Treasury by uefa delay la payments of taxes from Busine concern but on the strength of till report the Hill was ordered withdrawn. Tariff wins first tilt Adun Cates of emergency Tariff legislation won a preliminary fight in the Bonne by adopting. 386 to us n motion suspend Calendar bushmen so a to a Rantane Tariff Bill right of wat a speak ii in the Hon be on Tariff Gen orally. Representative Longworth of old a Republican member of the Way and mean committee said the kidney emergency Tariff measure was vitally m ran St a to save from Mark mud utter ruin Anta of the most important agricultural interest of the country. The Ohio member void that in franc lug a permanent Tariff by a Doug re must Rounder Bow Kur be would Loable to the United state $14,<hk-ufju.uuu, a most a of which is Only informally secured a american inn by he Ald in to la i protected. Open antagonism to the Tariff Hill in with the Senate and House a manifested for tin for to time follow pig it report by Ike Way and Tiiman committee with tile period of Appl Ion Hon to duped fit ten in out from Ute one j ear period previously fixed. Charge discrimination. Added to Lite House Force opposing in principle Hie go pied Tariff Protection rat on agricultural few Luct wore Many represent it i of Urban Aud manufacturing diet re to who in Cabal they would oppose the measure Boca us of it of Hilt to include manufactured comat Mattie. At tile tonne time tile Senate detox o rat to steering Roin Mittie Anu Nimrod it did not View Tho measure As my enter Getty proposal and would demand thai it in co Alderd by the finance committee in regular order when it reaches tile semite. Long Maple or egyptian Cotton is included in the list of commodities named in Tho Hill on which High import duties would to imposed. This item was omitted from tin list Given out monday night by chairman Fordney because the committee had been unable to prepare estimate of the total Revenue which would be derived on Lite in of the 7 cents per Pound duty imposed. Republican leaders of the House have agreed upon an appropriation of $100 000,000 for state Road Ald it became known after an executive session of the House roads committee. It a not been decided however. Whether to make this amount available for work during the coming fiscal year or for the year following. $100,000,000 for two years. A Bill introduced by represents Iva Mcarthur Hep of Oregon now before the roads committee would make $400,000,000 of Federal funds available during the next four years but it developed that the Republican steering committee has decided that in the interests of Economy tin appropriation should be limited to $100,000,000 and should not cover More than a two year asks prisoner a release. Passage of the Francis Resolution proposing amnesty for Quot political prisoners convicted of violations of the espionage net during the War was urged by Samuel plumper president it j he aug i so of labor Athens dec. 32.�?premier Phalli tendered to King ghost Antonc the resignation of the greek Cabinet but a requested to remain in office tint it parliament in Iii it ice us. I wiring Iii visit to the Phil tre Phalli encountered princes Piffier int. Youngest daughter of Constantine. Quot what have Yeti hrs a or fat me from abroad Quot be asked to. Or Meas a Paine Quot a v Many arrest minded one sit lilt men mid fir fein Collins Muni Dublin. , these Lulu member of purifier of Kotlier Minn itch a re my i by in Plymouth fathers Honore great Britain and Holland join in Ocsie Hratin at historic spot. U. S. People flee to country eighteen ars killed in the Mountain of tipperary Home Rule Bdl Passee commons now ready for Kings signature. London Lier. 22.�?-a do i id Corte j a pendent quote a dispatch from Tetlak c l a linty Roscommon a Maying that Crown Force burned to Village of is Iii a Lee Flinty Longford Early in the morning us a reprisal for the recast attack on the police Barrack Tubre in Wheeli one Constable we killed and three were wounded. A Bop so House were destroyed the dispatch state. Some outlying farm Houri burned and Stock Aliet. Seek parole of bomb s Ayer. Poi a Idaho a d a 22. Hans Ere Well under Way for the pre enem Loii to the state la it gird of pardons Early in Joti tiry of a Peti Iun to parole Larrv or chord. A of re me a murderer to former gov. Frantt hot Unen Turg who a killed by a tiie by a my planted at Iii Gate at Gritl veh. Idaho on the int Coal graft unearthed by inquiry Senate committee told of enor Mous profits mounting into millions. Night of deep fit ii 1005. Many employees face cuts in la. S. Officials ire focused Farmer Federal officer an army officer and Railroad chiefs Ais named by George h. Cushing of wholesale Coal Assn. Plymouth a a iter. 32.�?-od the Shore of Plymouth Hay. Where a the breaking Waves sidled High when the the military commandeered and for a Lagrima set font on Plymouth pock la oember 21, Kop their defendant joined with other distinguished men of this generation in America great i Dri turn and Holland in observing with Philadelphia textile Mills ounce reductions. And nor pre ent a solution a lie stated. Hut hmm the insistence of the committee he agreed to divulge i infer Iii Nylon in private and a Arete less Len we i Lull mail it Cly called. Names army officer. After War it a is hied inuit gushing had furnished the committee with information to the effect that ii group of gov eminent official Bud organised h Pool for engineering id de ii in it Cital. Ile gave the Nam of a former official of tile Railroad administration 1 who left the employ of the government three month ago and an army officer al of. He promised the com in tree the name Iff other a noon i a lie could examine ids recur i. Cushing said that Hie officials did j i not profit St government open a. But i to tat they were in ii position by virtue of their connection Wotli the government to know that enormous profit could in made in and they went into the Busine Quot on tin Ile said that Iii one Deal that he knew of in which 450.0u0 tons were involved the officials had mud a profit of 1.50 a ton. According to the witness Large Consumers with th1 Prospect of Coal famine had approached tile officials asking Relief they were unable to Fin it through the government hut realising that my profit coaids he made of they could Supply the needed fuel they organized a Pool to buy tip huge Stork explosions powder Plant i this morning Thurk in Idi is Kroy Kreh Krum Dell Ullh at Moc Mic today Hughe i he i no big labor riot and meet privately the demands that and wounded. Titled the schoolhouse and Moat of the inhabitant tied according to Tim dispatch. Horns Rule Bill up to King. Tote Irish borne Rule Bill. A slight employees of great Northern shops agreed to work Shorter hours to keep Aff employed. Jap Calls War talk silly Dut solemnity ii tercentenary of by modified by the House of lord was their Landing. Adopted by the House of Cornwall. The Ara Lur a senator Henry the measure now need Only tile Roy cab of Midge a aae Ceasor Iii repro Siet in lure to a become a Law. Pm Nilon in the Senate from Massa j the measure will he effect e at the Churetta of it Anim web Ter who de j to creation of the government at any slivered the fam Otts a Plymouth ors j Lime within three and of a Liaf year. Hong at the 20t�th Annuli Ersary. Tile is Messof Reserve the privilege of applying the Luw when tile opportune moment arrive British troops ambushed. Dublin. Dee. 22.�?the Freeman journal Baa received a report that a party of troops was ambushed at Mill ii Cahoone. In the mountains of top penury. The details Are Eon fieting. Nay the newspaper Bot it is understood the troops fired upon Lite ambushing party killing ten and wounding or capturing thirty. The military casualties Are reported variously Between eight killed and canc wounded. Another report say that to Aqa a surrounded a i i use near the a ene of to lib ambushing and Killian a Large number of Volunteer. Railway men end strike. The Iri a railway men in conference Liere decided a unanimously to abandon their strike against tile currying it Simiti Ltd is Ltd return to work. The men voted by carry All the trn Flat offerell Pru Vidt Dall the men a restored to their former position. J. H. Thomas general Secretary of die National Futon of railway men will member of the japanese diet Vitae the office of governor of California. Sacramento dec. 22.�?talk of War Bette to Japan and America tis in out growth of californian ant alien Lcguia-1 tion. Which or a dbl Japan and1 Ether pattern ineligible to citizenship from owning or leading agricultural lands is Imine Truu Das Quot Idle by k. Kiyose. A in Unher of Hie Lapa a nose diet of Tokyo who visited the governor of he More. World court is Given Sanction Twenty two nations approve new tribunal Philadelphia in dec. 22. A the wag of More than jul boo worker in the to Tiu i Dakir it a in Coly Ore to he ssh faced Timu 2 of 20 per capt to Ifie near future bal turn a of a of manufacturer Vakoc Iatrou included in Tho Trade Moi today. Not ice of n to per cent Cut were posted in the turkish towering Mill and tile manufacturers of Wilton and in Russel rugs at bounced they would notify Hie Union representative today that a 25 per cent reduction would be put into effect january 17. Hosiery workers Are to be reduced from 13 to 25 per cent Ami course Yam sinners swy eater knitters and other knit fabric employees from soft to i Mittee Lier cent. Great fall Mont. Dec. 22.�? pro Pool thai 450 end Moyees of the Groat a Northern a Lead shops hers each work Shorter hours to save sixty of their number from being Laid off entirely was made by the men themselves in a communication sent to great Northern healt quarters in St. I Ani. The sixty men were Laid off monday. Portland. Oregon dec. 22.--by a Vole of 15 to a a i lie Hoard of director of i Oyagi legion of loggers and lumbermen for Oregon at u meeting Here sated a Cut in the minimum wage of workmen of the legion of a cents a Day tile new minimum wage v die $h,60. Washington do a. 22startling exposure imply at tug a ring of government official in bituminous Coal deals in whih they a Char get with having made enormous profits unit titling into millions were made before the cabler committee of the Senate which Ite Tiu an investigation of Coal profiteering in the Effort to fix responsibility for the prevailing High prices. The revelation were made by George ii. Cushing urn urging dire Tor of live american wholesale Coal a Hoci tinn u witness before the committee. Cushing gave to the committee in secret session the names of two government officials one of whom was t senator cabler chairman of the sub connected with the Railroad cum Lam committee said that Hie former Nolfi tuntion and the other an army officer i Elal of the Railroad administration Tim la a he of m4ng their Posl it Tom Cushing exorbitant profits on ser Lou riot in Petrograd Row Lufi by Trosky re Hui labourer re Ltd Clit i for tit air demand fun eclat to the Kerning journal Wilk Khim Kre pa., i it cd. 22.�? three Modlea have been recovered from the debris of the Dupont pow Der Mills which blew a at Moosic today. Heve Oteen workmen were injured and Over a score Are still int swing. Trokey cd Righett riot a of peels to Tho Tkv a Nib Jamal a Landon dec. 22.�?a Sei Ioas la Hor riot in pet Grad has been crashed by Trosky after Many were killed ranches the in through official channels. On too occasion gushing testified he was approach to i by an official of this group seeking 4do,<nn tons who offered him a commission of 23 cents a ton if he could fill the order. At the conclusion of the hear let one Hundred five labourers were sex rated. The worker objected to working sixteen hour Dally and demanded More food. Cavalry team plays Olds five al armory turns to reap purchases of Coal. One of them and associates secured a profit of . The committee was also informed by Cushing that a number of other no Rue of government officials who Wen in tile Quot ring Quot and re red Large profits will lie furnished by him. Accuses government officials. Cushing a admission of the i Airt played by government officials in the profiteering Gume fell upon the com wit ii dramatic Suu wenness. He bad been describing to the committee the manner in which Coal men profited and added nonchalantly a shut they could hardly be ejected to it do otherwise with government official Liliet Selve also making big profits in tin tin St a t Tan wit brought senator Kenyon. A member of tile subcommittee erect. A what is tiffs you say about government official a he inquired sharply. Cushing hesitated. Then realizing the Gravity of the situation he re4 guested Hist Iii remark be expunged from la record. Quot what revelations i would offer tile would neither polut a mural rim of Basket Balli Gin his. 11 or n i scheduled for Friday a ure. Would he summoned before the armory bet Wack off Troj committee at once and the others not a i1� did . Would be called a soon As their identity is known to the committee. Grove hearing postponed. Lansing mich., Dee. 22.�?hearings on an application for the extradition of Leo j. Grove Federal prohibition a officer. And two assistants ret for tuesday have been postponed until december 28. Or. Grove and his assistants Are wanted in Wisconsin in connection with the fatal shouting of an alleged rum runner St Hurley with cavalrymen have been pros timing with the legion squad and Ara said to be in Good condition far a game. The Olds team is reported to he a fast aggregation. Announcements Liere will be a Christmas tree and a Good Christmas program this thursday evening at the Christian Church. Everybody cordially invited. Fists tie teacher and pupils of Egypt school invite you to their Christmas tree and Candy social thursday evening. December 23rd. Ladles please bring boxes. Mae of Conner teacher. 263tf Portugal Switzerland Denmark Ane Salvador sign for compulsory arbitration. Geneva dec. 22.�?twenty-two nations Timve signed Tow protocol giving executive approval to the league Lnu for an International court of Justice four countries in Portugal Switzerland. Denmark Arni Salvador have agreed to compulsory arbitration. When tile parliaments of the wig a tory nations ratify the protocol the court will immediately become operative. Inasmuch is the majority of the nations which signed did so Only after consultation with the governments and parties tile league officials believe that the approval of the parliaments soon will follow. The delegates who signed expressed tin Hope that the United state would at be jilt give executive approval notwithstanding the fact that it is not a member of the league. They Point out that such action by the United slates would materially strengthen the court s chances of Success and encourage All nations to adhere to the court. The american government it is add cd. Could give executive consent by sending a representative to Geneva to sign the protocol then place the matter before the Senate for final acceptance. The countries and tile order in which they signed follow Portugal Greece Paraguay Japan Uruguay Siam Sweden. Switzerland. Salvador South Africa China Poland Brasil new zealand Norway Denmark Holland India Italy franc great Britain and Puna Luu he arrives bag and baggage Tho wedding of miss Vera Beatrice Saville and or. Donald w. Darbyshire which was solemnized yesterday afternoon at the Home of the brides parents or. And mrs. W. S. Saville six Miles Southeast of town was a very pretty Home affair. The ceremony which was performed at five of thirty of clock by or. W. Vav. Bowers was the simple ring service and was witnessed by a company of thirty three relatives and a few close friends. To the strains of Mendelssohn s wedding March played by mrs Lee Hesseltine sister of the Bride the Bride and Groom descended the stairs unattended and took their places under an Arch of Pink and White with decorations of greenery. The Bride looked charming in a simple girlish looking frock of White Organ die and she carried a Shower bouquet of Pale Pink rosebuds. After the guests had extended their beat wishes and congratulations to or. And mrs. Darbyshire they were seated at a Long table in the dining room and a delicious and Bountiful wedding dinner of four courses was served. Tile Pink and White color scheme which was carried out thru out the Home was also used in the menu. Or. And mrs. Darbyshire Are among the Fine Young people of this county and Are popular in Tho social circles in which they move. The Bride graduated from Tho Washington High school in the class of �?T20 and has since that time been at Home learning the House wifely arts from her Mother. The Groom is a son of or. And mrs. Vav. M. Darbyshire and a spent All his years on a farm. He and his wife will Continuo to make their Home on a farm and will live in pleasant Hill Community. Their friends Are glad to extend their wishes for a Long and Happy wedded life. Uteri will be a Christmas tree and a Good Christmas program this thursday evening at the Christian Church. Everybody cordially invited. 26512 a fall attendance la desired at the common labourers meeting next monday night. By order of president. 65t3 the methodist choir will hold no rehearsal this week but will meet next week a usual for practice. Ail the members of the choir Are expected to lie in their places Sun Day As much of Tho Christmas music will be repeated. Miss Hazel Hutton teacher of new Haven school 8 Miles West of Washington. Has postponed the program and Box supper to be held at the school to wednesday evening on account of Tho weather. Ladies please bring boxes. 264t2 the closed Day. Kotick wardrobe cleaners will a All Day saturday Christmas notice there will be but one grocery de livery made Christmas Forenoon. Get your orders in Early. 264t3 deliveryman. Notice i am at my studio on the East Side Squire again and prepared to do All kinds of Fine photograph work 26016 w. L. Dusenberry military training has been Pul Sory la now zealand a duct 1910. Jtj new As they arg to. E. Davison of Brighton was a i pleasant caller at the journal office this morning. Or. Davidson says he believes that until today he a the Only Man in Washington county who does not take the journal. It seem that his neighbor have a habit of referring casually and frequently to the things they read in the journal. Or. Davison declares he has become sensitive about the matter and feel that he a a much right to know what is going on in his own Community Ashi neighbors. The Brighton list now includes or. Davison name and that neighbourhood May take due notice that he i just a com Well informed on Washington Conn
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