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Washington Evening Journal (Newspaper) - July 24, 1920, Washington, Iowa
Malic Yew want fled cd uhf. Known thru the Ukraine journal Lanai the evening journal fair tonight and Bun Lay of Orr Ntow eat Pordon tonight warmer sunday a Imtair we it few Thon volume us Washington. Iowa sat Koay a Kim al �?~j4. Iju i num blk 136unions vote not strike Poland seeks americans Aid against reds w so t s state department to announce a moral support a of the u. S. Allies will Rush troops at Undy reiterating la i Mon that nil tit Pluto no f Tull tort Germany s military help i diluted the German arg the Nill a will i a of Lemming the soviet to a be Uhm a Only half a Nill hog rum no i awl to the Fri it within u to a or run save Tho Rte penile Hungary troops Mobil. Arn. Jet for 24. A the government Haa ordered imral mobilisation against the fun Solan bolshevik according to a final dispatch to the newspaper of info Matlock. La we officially announced that Thitu it cretan Bah Mottl Tai tops had crossed the Wiuf Rev or into Gitt Liciu Hun far. Many dead Belfast riot guns reused take big haul of whisky unionists and sinn fevers clash despite efforts of military. A majority of let of the i 11 i of Quot i a Factor a Mvi i 11 it m i it 11 a Tith Vejr Tinlot al the Minn frill we a re than Imp to. It i Bra or obliged to Dos Lown the Turk. Truh a a tint a tul Senath gee inn wan shot 11 1 i it i tit Lin Laimi two other mhfbtf6 wounded us tit 1 the or it spa dog peeling Urty a a fir. Al til. 1% yet 11 it slip a Lola the rout us by approx 11 at i a Riiff unc al it it a a uti Langerot isly 1 r which 11 till i it a a it a by the sol a want do the unto into a. 1 it a. I de Tisil. To fit Iliad marshal Foch Patpar a to Send men and Youppi a to Holp to a by Way of Germany if Arimo tic refuted. A government Pine Hor with a ran a july 24. Split Val Hatak nth result that la Soref Millst a Lov a Thror ill Yta Feti eth to Anil Ilir to Nam Ute negotiation with Ali Iii Quot to. A new a Bli i Hal niobium. Vnti a a a Shulusky och test la or it Ruigier. Federal agents Ohio seize intoxicating liquor valued at More than $250,000. Toledo. July 24. Federal agent lat night made the biggest whisky mixer the history of thin Section of Hie stat alien thy Eon ii am t a liquor vain i at foot Emo a Railroad at Hup it i.<11<�. It. Deaths known to total ten we a it i ins Pally a Ullin to 1 lit turning a Pimmit u the found of ill Rani Uon lying neat by. It i air. The Factor ,1 cd the hr1, Hill Oll-1 Oil. I and the Road a it untold the with the a it la i la a railway men to accept the wage award brotherhoods it is confidently asserted. Will take raise offered. After #11 at a i i 1 Taler May make new demands bitterness of feeling the Irley City 8eems to be the i be re Aero whole Section the hands of looters. Cox aids tells women a uht West them it seeking thirty. Sixth state to warm Tifaut Jill 21.�?ldii a i ask Iii a ital dj8rtin#u to for mail Oiin it Uin to the world thai the Iii Chi but eth moral support of the 1 i Lilied Blat of Baith with us j Mit olt a vial. Thau up eat Tea a hoi a mad that a St i or expression from president wit Mitt would i welcomed and could do much to met pm Iii moral of the i Utah pal. Poland asks a a red truce. Warsaw jul it 24. Sii�ih1 to sent seals tact prop to the Novlet go a at my it a Vav til Imti Ullmn Are the ques Lum of Init Eddiie Art Trostl a amp than tire front of about 720 Mil nine a signed by or Ltd Eugene a pick a. The Minuter off a Len Affa the 11 us still my to the aa4 of Grodno and the front a holding immediately South of the or let and celesta but farther Olith a Brett ii of us Iii Fefee been i of Teri by Tail-1 alter to cavalry. Bol Savik attacks repulsed. The Nib my Quot of til War department a a a Quot i kitting annatto to a if Unsino to a a Region of Shuhd Mamiya. To the Mouth our try of. According to plan,1 retired from Luram vat it i Abd to re Pui dug Bol filet at Ark. A South of the or Jiei Ami Iii of Leal we Bai thrown to 2 the Eti j it. The struggle it pro win Mon j \ intent Iii that mity of i latino. A div Tsiou of enemy Avnor it. Prof iting by our a urn it. Attack our position near Ami frydrychowsk ii throw a or at Quant Tiv of artillery and by armoured train. The uhf att al Tiv Tim but a re Puri a by the fifty gov run a Nerona. A a int non. July 24.�? Cia i i Rill la pm by if al told a delegation i Quot us Iii 11111111&Quot Ymir to tank re a two or three Mea i a Uil end Thikim a a i Toor ii al v to Quot a de for Refl Fth Mthm of la f#4rul we turn i Frai unit he 1. Iii nut Frair 4taleoetbn naked the St a mar a a a i a pro nut refine native to team Emile Ami or Ami Gratin to hear til East Tunte Bud Quot let to them of a it a Sih a Aid. The a to tin suffrage work Era a rom a of Eon Ferenee a a la a to by defer stir for fat Tau to Leta work Ltd Hus each of Are fir Amell warn. A ii paid Iel by or. I i Ai 1 baby Anne. Resolute evens up with Irish boat defeats Shamrock wild dash Home fourth race. Stiff Breeze plunges yachts through foam to the finish line fat test today. Heavy third re Gifu it of infantry to occurred a both Hie. To the Hith Var a the Enki us acc by Arrua length our a Braz. Near hip Row where the Battle 1s i or a of. % a a Metier Hitau is Cim Tammi Quintar Rupee Day Aion the a tar River to Ruch troops through Germany. Farie july 24. Should la Bullan soviet Huttt Daimler a fun to he a i Poland idea for us ans the Allweil forced will Linth Fallabel mashed but he two poll he front Fey Way a it of tier Many. Duro arising altogether that i a Iurii gov Ruvii it it a Ruth a of strict neutrality. It i Learned from the highest flour that a perfunctory demand for Peru Don Loh Meil Allied trap through Damian territory la a Boul to i dispatched to Berlin but plan pave already Bam made to to a the former Empire whether tin Berlin government concent a or not. Mur Del of Ltd a headquarter la Pari Presentad my ii let similar to the or Ltd us toy of the great War. The j at,.n wires outgoing Ami i timing aft i skiing Duy and night with a or a hot Quot tii Essue that Tuy a powerful part the direction of the fat of the world. Messenger Are hot footing it Hart and Forth with dispatches too important to a trusted to the los. All a Tuff officers have been obliged to Tun eel their leave. Heavy artillery goes first. Heavy artillery will be seat first to Poland to till the dire need of the polish army. It will he closely followed by unending Stream of troops of All branches of the service together with immense stores of Ammu Billon. The Gemmy delegation hernia Colp Sandy Hook. A. July 24.�?mea� hit won her second cup race the International series Here Fey jumping Bilo the bad at the Start and Holdall her advantage. Shamrock s Bandi a a a of Ltd 4d proved too much for Lier. I Sib makes the aerie m lie. With iwo victories each to a la challenger Ami the defender. I by sir Thomas Upton sitar tiered steam yacht Victoria a to Rte Quieti dim chorus of whist Lea greeted is Iuie us so Crosse the tin. The finishing Tim Ward rend Lute tit isl Shamrock. 4 lots. Tit of a al lapsed tile vier Resolute it7 2 Shat risk1 41 1 1. By this figuring Ite Solute a by the a min it a eighteen a Coada aps a i time plus iter Tim allowance of is minutes Aud forty second j making a corrected Lime of Nim minutes Ami fifty eight seconds. Shamrock after a Long. Abort Chuse around two legs of the triangular course overhauled tin defender within three Tulles of the finish but the i american Sloop Brett King out a big ballooned took the lend again within la last i f mile Natl sped hip across the finish tin Bealing tin challenger bout for boat. Despite a Odai Nee Iii Cut from a land shipyard that the two sloops would la dry ditched there to Morrow of Resolute won today the regatta committee at tin end of the contest signalled a Rue for today. Belfast july 21.�?soldiers found it one Story to use a Hill guns against rioters i lighting throughout the City. Fit the Falls Road District the slim j Fellows w a sniping a Olluf Ami to 1 i by from roof Kiel windows of houses. The troops returned the tire. It is a stated that tin wounded Parson the night righting total More than i iou. Thirty arrests were math. Three unionists were sled and by j Stan of Nijs is and another Man s is i tonal j hem was blown off. A Man helping 4v fend 4� carry the body of of the dead working among i b><>11 new u House was a lain. Tens a Fol nor i have Lee a kill Hal Hith re Dong. Shot fing was renewed during the morning the Kashmir sir area where bitter fighting occurred thursday night clo Slit Between unionists end 8um fillers with military intervention Early Hith renewal of til he tilth tilts iut re of too Man was Rel inti win Mictl by a door that Ruutti the Usu Uwi re id Home. Barb Wirt front of shop. The disorders which a tar a wed by Day not a Wam hint 1 Felt workers a shipyard were attacked were renewed at frequent Toter als. Throughout the afternoon the Milbury was engaged Falls read or Tang hurl Wye entanglement Are the fronts of Chopa wish cd a can Day bight s disturb amt sting Large detachments Ltd trs is at it train danger spot. Hollers with fixed bayonets patrolled till disturb streets and Many def Tost rations which might have la a a serious results were thus interrupted. Looting amt washing of windows prevailed spirit groceries and Fineen cd premises imling especially single out. The was actions rioting at Bainbridge. The Home of colonel Smyth who was nuns Sinate a few Days go. The office of a news Agency Wen so afire and destroyed tool being obtained for this purpose from passing Utomi Niiles. Int til orca pain thar Hul Udod h party of slim Feins ii it Burg of u prisoner. Poi be 8# shot by mob. The ulna. July s4lrpollee sergeant Armstrng a hot a Quot Dun Tahle began seriously wounded during Exchange of shirt with a mashed mob. Feeling of i amp Satia faction is Strong Many of Thorp. Oration a telegraphed wifi Ake a ref trandum Tho Milter. American fed Rati Ort of labor discussing Wash i Oft of the wage awards declared that while the ill men a dissatisfied and al that a Wop has been thrown them Zeolle calve by they of al them Clew morally hound to accept the award. Or. A him was said the men have a right to be la appointed Over the first fest of the wage Nkang ids to mines aet. A much a been said about the said fir. Hoopers. A eth amount sound Large and imposing and go entirely unfair impression of what it Means 1 the honest method of applying the increase i to apply i to i he individual. It u estimated that the average wag of a Section worker under the award will a Moi a month or less than $25 a week the average wag of Engineer will he a taint $290 a Cah. Abraham of it. Pleasant Dies Wah civil Wah Victor and is chum phom fat if Why Coriaty of to Zin it. Pleasant. July 24 a rapt. To Abraham died at Hia Home hero at 9 o clock last night of congeal ii of the lung aged eighty two yearn. He had been 111 for several Weeka i and account of Hla advanced Aga death was not unexpected. Probably month or less than $70 a weak. These no citizen of Henry county was More a average a great Many hundreds a by a expected of had so Many a great Many hot nor of worker i these class will get a a Friend As Captain Abraham. He warn honoured Veteran of the civil War a than the average attempt made to end miners strike president win son acts Illinois Coal mines t Eup. Conciliator ordered to the Central Field Effort to Settle the disagreement. Washington. July 2-1.�? Effort to a Tel tit it i Ike of the Tutu labor 1 Impi Ilion not that Hor a Jiuru it order Muao to Stu of of to Rilk. Til depart tit a red at the qut o the Wietor Hau. Duiho u of no a tors a conference at Iii Quot Whir Moas apr of the tir Liat the trik it. Which thy said already a Quot Cap half that ii Nilu ols to it hut Down might Presol to a fat claim. Ohio so my to begin Uiola i by it a a Lvi a to a i i a explained that the opera?.&Quot. A of i bound to nigh Otto government action Quot from to but Ling a Ultra a with the men which is a a i the wage awl fix i by the government commis&Quot#., bunted lifter the pol strike last tall. Til operators Cost Nett re i gtd report for it to Rhino let we Strtt they Ai How al that half of the min the suit a Niu insuring i pro Loc tion of fifth Mem tons daily or two Thlu of the stat ohm 1 a1 output. The Mon strike comprise about a fourth of the min worker hut without Thorn the operators say they tot opera the mines. Their wages at he fit rang from $4.30 to $5/>4 a Day. Chios go jut 24.�? with exception All of the eighteen rail brother-.oils have m##c4�hi. Limiter protest. Tin awards granting wag to reuses. The a Rel re of railway to graph is will of a tin mutter lotto a to to is will. order fur a strike a Etc. The lust to Coin into line was the ird a of Fiji Way conductors i. Al Shepard president of the conductors said that his Organ ration while foiling of had discriminated against by the labor wag Board accepted Boltin to Public interest Demit Mledd acceptance Lait that a news to ton would be presented to the Hoard asking further Ylfen is. The brotherhood of of Way Mon and hallway shop labourers which als Floe fed under protest will present to we a Man it is to the labor to ind Lintn la Cly. Seven accept under protest. Uen vote to a cop under protect Ami will a Fer the question to Tab or my a shop. Thu Are employees of flu railway department i if the am a can federation of . International association if machinists. Shet Metal worker a internal j flops Alliance brother food of Itaw a Marnien. Broth a rho gtd of blacksmiths Raqi forgers and helpers a brotherhood of boilermaker. Iron ship builder and helpers and brotherhood of railway signalman. A a h Tho Condo tor Ami the telc a m pliers a Quot Cert they Are discriminated j a to. To it conduct Era Point out that under the Quot award they receive inlay a Day Man do switchman who j work id p their direction Ami order j to # a i a a Ephor complain that heft to War they wore receiving As Kiil i work i m a higher wage than their Cre workers. The signal men. The totter however through the dec j try ians Union Rcd Civ a increases that i placed them la Lead Ami the int i Cost award give the telegraphed 58 cent hour while the signal men receive s>5 cents Bour. Bound to accept say comport. Farmers meet Chicago and a recognized Leader Republican circles. He was born Butler county Ohio. April is. 1838, the son of Ohn and Sarah Abraham. When three year of a he was brought to Center township Henry county convention j Fey his Parent where his father purchased the farm which Captain Abraham lived the rest of his life. Representatives of twelve Organ. Bons of food producers plan National co operative unit. Chang a. July 24.�?-a said by those attendance to be of the mod important Iii the he tory of am i Nii food production and marketing. Was Convell her by j. Howard president of the american i farm Bureau Federal i Oil delegates from a dozen leading co operative so i Clet i #. Raguiza by and for banners met with the executive committee of the National organization for the purpose of correlating and lifting the #0-1 of Erat Lve plan int Tai National #0 Ruvil War record through Broad Reading Genera observation and Captain Abraham obtained a Good education. At Che outbreak of the civil War a enlisted As a private company a fourth town cavalry. Within six months he was promoted to first lieutenant and at the end of the year operative Bureau. This Bureau which was made Captain. He went through will a established his he Togo will Mimi ourt and Arkansas with Curtis. Have a its Nim the co a it rat Lvi a dealing it farm i a due Huck a it. Al was was at the siege of Vicksburg and with Sheridan that prices to the producer will i �?ota-1 expedition 1884. He a attached blitzed speculation Fomb will ii eliminated and it Onsum a it will Lien Hhd to Purchase foodstuff at prices commensurate with the Pri paid Iii producers. Body of woman is found trunk new York has murder mystery originating Detroit. Piece of baggage shipped from Western City contained Corpse of woman evidently murdered. U the end of a perfect Day new York july 24.�?Tim body of no woman. Jammed trunk wits found by employees of the american hallway express company among the unclaimed baggage the Coal Samuel ?>#r.s� president it he pm a Vij East forty fourth Street warehouse. The trunk had been received i from Detroit june it. 1 believing that i trunk contained perishable merchandise one of the express men opened it found the i woman tasty. The hotly had been soldiers May Aid Harvest France considers sending troops to help gather the crops farm labor scarce. A Ria july 24.�?a proposal to Send group1 Quot a soldiers into tin agricultural District to Ald Iii gathering til Harvest is being considered by tin minister of War. Frame s Harvest promises to he a Good one. Huh them is a great Scarcity of farm labourers to amp jammed into the trunk and Thel a the apparently had been thrown afterwards. There were no Murks of Violene the body express company pm ploy pcs said. The guile immediately took Possession of the trunk and it 1 contents for investigation. The trunk was shipped through the american railway express company i to tills City by u Juan giving the name i of Quot a. A. Tatum of 105 Hunter Street. Detroit Quot according to the records accompanying the baggage the Jedi be say. It was addressed to a James Douglas new York City a they declare. Express company officials said they had held the trunk at the depot big Guge room for several ttys hut when it was unclaimed they had sent it to Hie storeroom. The police said they will immediately request the Detroit Pollee to local the Luan mentioned the record As the sender of the trunk. The , which Bud been covered to Wilson s cavalry Corpa and was the Georgia Campaign. For gallantry at Columbus. Georgia april is. 1888. And at Selma. Alabama. April 2, 1865, he was recommended Fox. Brevet major. He waa discharged at Atlanta August 8. 1865. After the War Captain Abraham returned to his Iowa Home and began Independent farming. He waa a prominent Stock Raiser making a specially of herefords. Iowa Senate he was elected stat senator the Republican ticket serving from 1882 until 1884. He was ardent advocate of prohibition. Captain Abraham nerved a commander of his 0. A. R. Post and was always a Active worker behalf of the old soldiers. Captain Abrahams first wife was miss Sarah g. Alden whom he mar a red 1865. She was killed a i runaway Accident 1888, leaving three daughters mrs. William h. Waugh of Galveston. Texas mrs. George Wright of Jackson township i mrs. Morton Bourne of Long Beach calif., and one son. John g. Abraham of Jackson township. Hla second wife who survives him. Was mrs. Mary e. Blacker of Butler county Ohio. They had one son Frank j p. Abraham. J the funeral will be held sunday afternoon from the family Home at 3 o clock. Interment will be the family cemetery Captain Abrahams farm. Walk ump Max robbed bulgarian planning to bring family Here loses 931,000 Waterloo july 24.�?william George a bulgarian left Waterloo tog new York City to pay his ing to sail for his native land to bring his wife and children to the land of his adoption. When be left Here he had about $2,300, which he had paved during his five years residence the United states. Today he returned to Waterloo with less than $300. While new York City his purse containing about $2,00 1 was stolen. George visited the Federal building new York City to pay his Over with feminine wearing apparel of com Good material had be to crammed Bito the trunk which u 21a feet High and 8 feet Long. The trunk which was bound with clothesline was so crowded with its contents that it bulged at the Side. The woman was apparently 25 to 30 years old. The police say and weighed about 130 tax. Pounds Bud Blite eyes and had been apparently Good looking. Two upper Teeth of her left jaw slightly protruded. Hut this is believed to he u nut uni deformity. A a read the evening journal. Lie had the purse when a entered the building but when he returned to his hotel the purse was gone. He had about $300 la another purse. With Hla savings gone it was Lingo Waible for him to make the trip to Bulgaria and he returned to Waterloo to make a new Start. George recently received a letter stating his father and Mother did during his absence. He immediately decided to return to bulgar is to bring his wife and children to Wyettl country. I
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