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Washington Evening Journal (Newspaper) - November 12, 1920, Washington, Iowa
Your want Law we thru the a a Mytr journal Laai fled Columna the Levels Liing journal mrav rout based of it a tort Ami Satanta. Volume 28 Washington. Iowa Friday Fahning november 12. Li20 number 231wflfflj Var heroes Honore Quot a a i n. Y. Bomb is Laid to big labor War woman Dies in mystery mrs. Helen k. Bunton sue Cumbo in son Francisco if of Cal Cago Man. Run franc�?T�?�<<1, nov. 12.�?chlitnfn relative of or. Helen k. Bunton were notified of her death in n hotel Here under in Tri Iotia circumstances Pollee announced. Or. Benton died officer said a ii result of in overdone of opiate. Police have deter newspaper says explosion due n,lnw1 that a la of a Tahr Quot of Albert k. Bunton cd Caito. To trouble within the Union. Hit Ike work of anarchists bom plot to Taka is vans an build. Of Trad a Council Cal aft Makaa Independent al Wall Street a Ledetsr. New York nov. 12.�?th new York evening world publishes a three Page article under the headline As nil Street explosion braved Quot in Urb it Galvea the Geautt of a Independent investigation of the a Tenter web it nearly Taro score live lat september and Neelix to link tin a no Rune vital a bonding tin graft now Umlor investigation Lay a joint legislative com in it t a. The evening world maintains that the explosion. Instead of being the work of a a a Reb Tala us charged but it Milef Flat in of the department of Justice or a the third Irema Tuivale. As charged by private investigators was really a plot of Inbar men a Laboray Mph Tweer. To i reeled in revenge again Robert p. Bra Wirtl president in in. Boudin in Horti fears japanese a. S. War centres Man Dyar Bayata Avert America Mutt maintain big Navy. It factories i i in East to stay closed Jno tent in Field Ury it functioning Sucre to fully to or rpm in the basis of relationship a few gig the association and Union. Wants Oehm any in league lord Robert cum will support pre pored immediate adm Sion of former ins my Stater. Geneva. Nov. 1.4 lord Robert cedi one of flu chief Sutler of the la ague of nation court but who i coming to new York manufacturer notify workers they Mutt yield before reopening. St. Lout nov. 12.�?War Between the United states and Julian i almost certain tilde the nation build Ami maintain n Navy in the Pacific a Gaur of in cd by Oungre seitan i c. Dyer of till City declared Iii an and 4besa Here. Cox missing at conference Ohio governor goos Hunting in Ala bima instead of to Indiana mooting. French lick. Iud., nov. 12.�?plans of the informal democratic conference being held Here were somewhat upset by Tho announcement by Thomas Taggart Defeated candidate for United states senator from Indiana that governor of of Ohio late prescient isl aspirant senator Pat Harrison of Mississippi and himself would Start on a two Weekin Hunting trip in Alabama Hume lately. Or. Taggart departed for Louisville. By to meet governor of must a6ree to sever Points president of manufacturer aaa Ocia lion say a condition have it Arad our shops and Tho people want Chiapor tin Assembly Gate Roto St the Prtt Jim a league off expected her. Scandinavian South amort to of to be texans Speel Mumm rsm nod Wall hiring a Randell men. A culmination of tyranny naming a Union mid pointing out that branded had Many enemies in la Bor rank. The evening world says Quot the evening world Here present proof that i kit men. Nearly All foreign born sober. Industrious efficient and Well disciplined have within a Apa of in months bean subjected to in amazing conspiracy of or cd end injustice and the explosion was the culmination of that to Ninny. Quot the evening world Doe not charge the Union irs a Union with re Apons thilly. It was the work of individuals possibly inside the Union possibly the work of the newspaper in setting Forth it theory asserted members of tin regular Union had been Quot kicked off every building Job in new York that they were half starved by months of idleness thai unknown i its Driver a Wagon coup Intong a time bomb was seat to the Stock Exchange Annex by a frenzied workmen or so to a get Quot 85 branded workers alleged to have been engaged on the Job by the wrecking firm of Albert a. Yolk that the Wagon became tied up and could not get near the building and that when the Driver went to Telephone the i Hwu b exploded. The paper charge that Raymond Lark a Foreman on the Job who was reported to have said he had seen the Driver Una shot within three weeks in an attempt to silence him forever. The evening world admits is in Veat Gatlon failed to shed Light on threats signed Quot anarchist fighters Quot found in a mall Box near the scene of the explosion. Hylan on stand. Mayor Hylan appeared As a witness before the joint legislative committee investigating new Yorkus alleged building Trust. A at his own request and with the comment of Samuel untermyer special counsel of the committee that to was Quot getting his own Way this to Liq a the mayor read into tin record lengthy prepared statement Quot to Clear up any implication Quot that he had been a dilatory in Bis administration with regard to building conferences behind dosed doors Bot nothing was made Public concerning them. Assures m Good Sti new York nov. 12.�?the nothing manufacturers association of new York hat announced that it a by is i cub not be ripened until employee f p 6 Siu i it who Are members of the Ama i mate clothing worker Union agree to new working and wage condition Quot necessary to the life of the the announcement was made after Hie associations Market committee reported failure in negotiations with Tho workers. The association in dosing it shop claimed new conditions were necessary to further Competition in the Market and in id Down seven Points to be inserted in a new contract net a lockout William Bandier president of the manufacturers a pagination said be it league a a Dele Africa. Will support be Date adm Lou top my state of is of. Switzerland thie Ami in of the Pat into Are under in to such a plan. Bro y Harding allies pay tribute t 0 i unknown dead solemn ceremony be in parts and London on armistice Day Speaks at armistice Day. By audience to the Republic to the South. Brownsville ifs nov 12.�?interrupting i vacation at Bol it Isabel president elect Barding made a armistice Day it peach Here before a Large gathering of algerians and mexicans from the lower que Ore ode Valley Section Fruh kid al War cortege body of unidentified French Quot Poilu curried through Beretta and rebuffed under the arc de Trio Euphe a flags of 1171 in Parade. Bodies being destined to be placed in fort Dou Aumont where a memorial impel la being erected. London Honor dead Soldier. London nov. 12.�?<lreat Britain in the tiredly impressively honoured her War heroes by affording a Field Marshall funeral to an unidentified British Warrior who a hurled i Westminster Abbey and unveiling a per monent Cenotaph in Whitehall to Quot the glorious aside from member of the Royal family who included Queen Alexandra and Queen Maud of Norway and a few officials the Only witnesses to either ceremony were person who lost relatives in the great War. A Quot big Ben a the great clock in the Tower of the parliament building Regira George facing the sixteenth Century coffin of the unidentified Soldier which a resting on a gun on risk. Drew a Cord that released tile Union Jack draped above the Cenotaph and after mrs. H. N. Dunning talks about Hina Lect to of at a. M. K. Last evening will Hpak Aga us tonight although Moat of the address was Fotta fees would be opened with the devoted in a cum memo a a Ute in of the Anion at set bae dragnet so. And signing of Tho world War armistice pm of the As Socie finn Lap shops Cloee Dis in Fie i nuance of the unemployed raid works thro thousand in Bertin drive out proprietor and engineers of Metal Plant London nov. 12.�?-three thousand unemployed men in Berlin Purt of whom were armed stormed the lion Metal works there drove out the proprietors and engineers and extinguished the Furnace al rat Kays a dispatch to the Exchange Telegraph company from the German capital. In the North hid Gas Plant of Berlin. It is said. Workmen drove out the Industrial Council and established a politic soviet. Pershing lauds a Yankee Soldier or Wise a Quot lockout Quot conditions have cloned our shops Quot be added. A the Public want cheaper clothes we want Busine and our a i ploys a want employment. We can not get business until we Are Able to make and sell clothing in Competition with other Market. Conditions in lie equalized with competing Center before we can resume employers make seven demand. The seven Points demanded Are the right the manufacturer to install piecework. Scales prevailing in other clothing markets to he the base rates for new York worker. The co open Ion of worker in maintaining individual records of production in shops nod cutting room. Individual Standard of production for week workers in shops and cutting rooms. The right of the parts nov. 12.�?official and civilian France on thursday did Honor to the memory of Hie nations sons who fell during the great Wor the ceremonies lending a solemn atmosphere to the Celebration of the second a uni pc Mary of the armistice with Germany. Paris accustomed to observing its Victory Day sad National fetes with rejoicing turned aside this year end dedicated Hie Day to memory Aud recognition of the sacrifice made by hundreds of thousands of dead who Are sleeping it cemeteries along the Battle line. Jailed from its grave on the Field of Verdun the body of an unidentified French Quot Poilu was carried solemnly through the Street and reburied Nuder the Are de Triumph. Following the Flag draped gun Carriage on which the coffin leafed walked i real deut ill Mcrand Cabinet members and three French Mars Talso Joffre. A a Good number of Washington people were interested last evening in hearing mrs. Eff of Laughlin Dunning Tell about China Lier talk was Given at the a m e. Church under the auspices of the worn end Nln Terc Hureh committee and the admit tax Mem Srstka or. Dunning will speak again this evening it the Church and All who can attend will find her Lee in re a most interesting one. Mrs. Dunning address a not the last stroke of the hour Tuot and Given from a missionary standpoint of people who crowded Whitehall As but had to do with her observation far is one could see in either Alrec during her residence Thoro with her Hon remained absolutely silent for Bod who represents a Large Amerl iwo minutes. This silence was broken can business House. She appeared in. Nina a a. He in costume and had of her costumes by a choir softly begin g the hymn Ald Jmmy curia to display. Quot of god our help la a a a feb beginning with her trip across the which was followed by the lords Cut Cean mrs. Dunning narrated in an prayer recited by the archbishop of entertaining informal style the Canterbury. Bugler sounded Quot the Story of what Idle had seen and last poet a and with its escort of heard while a resident of Shanghai troops and a band. The gun Carriage Between 40 and so too foreign then moved toward the Abbey with King Georg As chief Mourner walking behind it accompanied by the Royal princes. Honor Beata Given women. Of All the witnesses that packed Whitehall or crowded the Abbey a Little hand of approximately too worn pie live in Shanghai which la be of the great cities of the Orient. The chinese part of the City and the foreign quarters while separate As to residences Are yet closely related in some Way. She emphasized sack chinese qualities As sincerity earn eat Ness und Diligence. One thing which bus told which bars Sale of malt and mors homa brewing Gate a knockout blow j from dry enforcement officials at Washington. I Washington nov. 12.�?Home brew Trig wish brought actively under the prohibition Bun when it was Learned that enforcement officials had ruled against the Auh of hops and malt to others i him Baker and connect loner. Great secrecy surrounded the pro held Hon Bureau action but it was Deal a lately ascertained that such inn True Titus had Beau issued. L Calls armistice Day a twentieth Century Independence mexican in i audience and delivered from tills Border City an informal message of Assurance and Good Fellowship to the Republic to the South. He spoke from a stand on the Parade grounds at fort Brown and an escort of cavalry accompanied him in his movements through the City. Brownsville made great preps rut Loo for the event a Long program of parades and addresses preceding the speech of the president elect. Special trains brought crowds from Rev feat cities along the International Boundary. The trip Here occupied the whole Day for or. Harding. Leaving Point ism Tel by motor in the morning he played a game of Golf and had luncheon at the country club Here before lits address. Took for a he a a Tbs Iii my my a the a Maen in the Abbey received the most re k will he of interest to local people it rent attention. They had been a. Was the permanent organization of levied far the seats of Honor american Church. All Deomina each had lost her hat band and All her Tiona have combined in on for the purpose of calling a pastor to Raiff a aug. A Farriw Fern bar a defeat of i nffl1ct two. Considered were those Moth a a Star Quot Rdse p Vrr ssh a i ass i of Perdus will forever live in a reach and then came women who Sung and Story. Flags of 1070 in line. Faded and shattered flags Ai 1870, recently retrieved from Post darn Aud Berlin and curried by veterans of the Franco prussian War escorted the car hearing the heart of Gambetta who resisted desperately giving these very Btl a to Prussia in the hour of defeat. The gun Carriage on which rested the Collin of the Soldier attracted greater attention than the car bearing the beat i a a i a Sulhoff. A night huge crowd filled place Denfert Bolt a Bureau awaiting the arrival of the body from Verdun. This body who rho it men from among eight others by i a private a native of Caen Brittany who was a Volunteer during the War. At i.,.nr>c, of 4tirtr Mir not. Rain Here. Or Braeman is now on Hiwa lost their husbands Only. They were to Shanghai. A woman a club which Given positions in accordance with the helps to make the social life there Price they lied paid during the War. Among the foreigner very Delight a girl who wrote she had lost nine Ful. Has some five Hundred members Brothers killed or missing was Given a a ticket As also was a 12 year old the Junior w. W. will held boy who wrote a the Man in the their program meeting Friday even coffin might be my daddy in All ing at the Home of Helen Durham 8,fido tickers were issued. On South Iowa ave. 220a much sought Young banker captured horses Cost less than is supposed h to a half Price Bale on All lad at the ,t of audit is Mot. Rain Ioaz and Hildron a trimmed and Lster of a 481011 Tell of Veteran placed ies am children Sunu Neawana ,. In to tote change contractors. Adequate Freedom to discipline and utri Nuhad hats with the sex hire worker and to introduce Imp on 0f the new fur find 1, or Mon a the Plu a effects at miss Connell a Union to other Market in which and exist Side Milliner. Hts hand on one co flu lying in the Verdun Citadel. The work of collecting the remains of More than 820,000 French soldiers who were killed it a Orduz is now going on the indications of a mild Winter Genera says interest of nation Wip by safeguarded by great citizen army of Veteran. By Gen. John j. Pershing. Washington nov. 12.�?th# second anniversary of armistice Day finds Undlin Rinshed tile appreciation of those who comprehended the meaning of the Grant Victory achieved on nov. La 1918. This Day will Rome to represent to the civilized world what dependence Day Means to americans. It struck the death Knell of autocratic Rule and reversed the doctrine that might makes it Marks a new epoch in history and establishes the dividing line Between the old order and the new. In our own country the guarantee for Good government lies to Hie Awakening of the Young patriotic citizens who constituted our military forces and who since the accomplishment of their sacred War Mission have returned to peace time pursuits with a determination to keep Ever before them and their neighbors and communities the ideals for which they fought thut tile interests of the nation will be Well directed and fully safeguarded by this great citizen army of veterans is beyond doubt. In celebrating this a twentieth Century Independence Day we should pause in prayerful tribute to the memory of those Young americans and those sons of our allies who gave their lives to perpetuate our liberties. Their is or flee a for us and our future Sud their purpose must remain our i Well ii i eur. Why if Lek itt 601n to it a mild Wanter take Tho Peard of Hind for instance. Taint near As heavy As last year s an there. Women skirt5-have she few amp a Chicago nov. Ii a in the exact Cost accounting studies carried out by the Bureau of farm management of the University of Illinois cover lag a period of five years work horses required annually but 25.3 Ottawa youth who caused much excitement is captured. Pasture at 196 acre.4 of pasture per 5 horse. This is an allowance of 2626.4 pounds of Grain 3400 pounds a.,. Of Hay and 1.96 acres of pasture per declares he engineered the whole year for Elm a uror Kizik horse. The thing himself believed i mind horses observed acre working result affected. Ottawa ii nov. 12.�?francis Carey receiving Tell r of the National City Early on Illinois farms under usual farm conditions. With these figures a a guide it is not difficult to compute the Cost. ,.,. Lag horse per year. Manure produced Bank of this City was captured on the horses and Colts la valuable to the farm of Matt Kerylu several no Ila a t Farmer Aud offsets feeding costs at South of Utica. Iii. Ills arrest Fol preen let Grain prices to the extent of Lowed a Telephone message to Charles approximately $39 per year for a p. Taylor president of the Bank. J drafter and 630 per year for a draft Carey was the object of a wide Colt. This is placing us Worth at by Ken Rah and the cause of much excitement when he disappeared with $00,-000 in currency from the Bank. A Man frightened in the Alloy near the Bank was seen to drop a Carton containing the currency. He Ava belie vial u Bandit who robbed the bunk and apparently locked the Teller in a time vault set to open in 30 hours per ton. At present figuring Corn at 90c, Oats at 60c, Hay at $25 per ton and $15 per acre for pasture rent the total Board Bill for a working horse comes to $117 35 per year. The Farmer subtracts from this the value of fertilizer contributed $39.00 leaving but $78.35 expense for a years feeding. These exact figures explode the when the 5, xxx vault was ruined Iveigh Cost of re. ,. A a. J cent drop in Hay and Grain prices to by a be Telic torches which forced it., an Economy argument for City open it was found empty und Carey j a Shes of draft wild Wagon horses. Nor was then hunted As an attempted Rob has it disturbed Tho balance Between Ber. A i did urn whole Job a lie said in jail Here. Quot i engineered the whole thing myself Ami was not assisted by anyone. I cannot explain the presence of anyone in the Alley. When i went Home to supper last night i stuffed $500 in Bills in Ruy to users pocket. At Home i hid it under the mattress. After supper i went Back to get five rest of the Money. Cost of production and income on farms where barges and mules Aru used for with the decline of feeding stuffs the Cost of maintaining farm Power likewise drops. Williams lot Happy one Doorn Holland. Nov. 12.�? two years ago tonight William Hohenzollern arrived at the dutch fron when i left the tier it a refugee emperor. Today he is Bank i ran out for the Road. I walked leading in this Little Village the ufos for Miles and Miles in the of a dutch country gentleman doing officials believe tile youth s mind is just about As he pleases and going almost where he desires about the the Countryside so Long As he stay within the territorial limits pre a Fec Ted. Beauty to forget scribed by the dutch government. The associated press Corre Pett magistrate a do you want a Law Dent has been told by those in a year to defend you a touch with the former emperor that prisoners a not particularly during the past few months Wal Gail magistrate a Well who do you has found much Contentment in no a propose to do about the Case a life on his new estate Hare. He few a prisoners a ooh. In a quite willing said to feel certain that no fun Fifer to drop it As far As in a i demands Jar Hijo of Quot Salt or a Loudon punch. I Arad upon the Holland gov unguent
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