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Washington Evening Journal (Newspaper) - November 17, 1920, Washington, Iowa Multi your Wnm Wnm thru the la a Nln journal 1w�l. Fieri a of Tun ii the evening journal volume 28 Washington. Iowa generally fair ignite and thars Funy. Ill i in to in Peru rare Oast awl soul ii portion wednesday evening nov Mykl it i<>20 it my Khz 23$want Constantine again Rangels army beaten Typo Tsongas Lewine says Triumph big declare Victory Over Wrang Mott Gigantic but rads not through vat. Yellowish fumes overtake thousands who fall to ground grasping. Troops Are without masks a Whit Arrey surprised and com plats Damora hied by the attack a civilian in Iab Katopol Alto thrown into wild panic. London nov 17.�? a dispatch from ret Muff in state i hat Lamia. In a speech celebrating the Victory of the for let Forie Over the Annie of Gen Erat wrong of in the of Mea. Declared i a till frill infill of i flit Moat Gigantic Ever dreamed of. Bat tie Letory i incomplete until every part of Torop a bees revolution i trapped in Kentucky mine u. S. Credit is not Good with the w. A in mar. Time Dei rime Ai Herod ii copy it a Fol of the it find i Mon Conin a Era by he contract to the department to Een exploited Prav Kenoly thai the department i Arf to a Quot al a the permit desired to file Tiff mine whether or not the contract Treft i n the american an British comp a a it it a would Atto Kirthen the Cable Mot Undy held by the flip blah company in a nth a me rial. To land tile Cable Atli tin Peru a wet Heel Cable company refuses to accept business for state department unless prepaid. Calcag Offutt is closed unique knitting Mills shut Down letting out Soo men and women. C fire Catcher sixteen men in Arnold pit near Earlington Littig mope of Reeece. Charge slow collection get and London nor. the lied of lit Eft Ted general wronged Fri mean Anay bar the use of douse Cloud of Poison gases la related in graphic a tortes of Audler find civilian refugee la con ii to nop it which have been cabled to London. According to these i town of the disaster to the a it i soviet army Gen Era Raugel a preparing to defend Sebastopol and nuke a lat desperate Effort to retrieve i earlier defeat when front the North Aud cant yellow till fume Hogan roiling toward Ida line. It wait the ural time that the Trotsky troop had refined to the us of Gas and it took the mutism of the Range army completely by Surprise. Ute troop a trendy demoralised by their stat Retreat were a Thorn gotta masks and a Many a could away broke from Lite formation fled la panic. Claude overtake thousands. The annihilating Cloud overtook Thoa Xanda. Who fell a aping in enor Raoul number of casualties. A anon a the new of thin sudden rout reached them panic seized tile civilian population and the Large number of lied prisoner timing held then hearing that the town a to lie Enve Bojied by the Poi on gue a revolution started Ali Iii end did developed. The lied prisoner were liberated and they Mon in Mii attack on the i letter Lilac Iii nod nut Leo of Hie remnant of general Wrangell army it i itch was falling Hack lighting stubbornly. General Raugel reached town sunday morning and announced i intention of making a la t stand for Mobil loped itself. The refugee a that he a then surrounded by u Small group of officers Ami men who had remained Loyal and he was personally Eon Durt ing the defense of the City. Hut Ute local uprising iwo de red the defense futile. When an american destroyer a teamed out with the lat Hatch of refugee which have just reached constantinople. Other refugees they a Ald were swarming towards a French boat with Sailor u painting the women and Iii Loren hut the gunners stand ing by without in Tho defense of the port. Refugees flood constantinople general Wrangell staff the Rofu gee say made a United Appeal to the officers of the Allied warships in the Harbor to Shell the advancing bolshevik hut the commanders replied that it was impossible to act in the absence of orders from their respect Leo government a. The crimean refugees Are flooding constantinople taxing the accommodation of the City to their utmost limit. Many Are suffering from exposure und wounds the Hospital Are overflowing and the influx has caused n serious food shortage. American and French authorities Are making splendid efforts at Relief work us Tho pitiable sight is revealed of vessel after vessel arriving frill rime depositing horde of men women Aud children who Are huddled miserably together Oil the clocks awaiting shelter. Earlington. By. Nov 17.�? fire neat the opening if the Arnold mine on. Half mile Cam of Here. In entrapped 16 men. With the conflagration growing in extent Little Hope i held of re cuing them government see action of company a retaliation for refusal to permit Landing of Cable from Barbadoes at Miami fit. Chicago nov 17.�?fixe Hundred men and employed by the unique k to in my in have icon Laid off and Tim of think hoses tip Din to a indians hit officials in abuse Clam prisoner by Agency officials tile report allege despite the fad there is no authority for sin ii action. It com pm Chi al Plait allotments have Brett Field up. Indians had nations pact they Alto allowed woman s suffrage. Saye a representative of the Wyandotte tribe. Federal office is accused using their lands wrongfully. Of a Slack Nounes after Jan tin company Anil Hope to re time work a i 3 held in Chicago tragedy Driver of taxicab soya he threw actresses from car when they bacame boisterous. Chicago nor. 17.�?three men a wider arrest at tile detective Bureau in connection wit ii the death of a pee Kamey Ami Lillian Thompson the Young a Cire whose Bodle were found Early Munday in Grant Park. Tho of the men Are said to Hare confessed that they sent saturday evening with the girl in a tour of cabaret. The other a chauffeur named ii Arri s. Driver of a a Wildcat taxicab la said to have admitted that he threw the women from his Rah Early monday morning a when they Liee ame Bol House has 302 republicans Washington Nev 17. longstanding controversy Between the state department and me Western Union Telegraph company a reached the at age of an break the company refusing to Bandle any further due a Sage fur the department except upon prepayment of toll. The Coni Puy a order was issued on novem Lier to it a said at the department. And ostensibly Avo to apply to All be Mirament of the government. It a understood however that messages sent by other than the state department had been excepted informally from the ruling. Rule Laid to retaliation. The Western Union company i stated to have based its action on the delay by the department in hulking payment on Cable previously handled. Department of Krten s a aerie however that of was in their opinion a step in retaliation for the failure of the department to permit lie Landing of a Cable it Miami flu., Menis peace pact league session wont change covenant for u. S. A a it. Would a necessary to Amend Rulana of order another meeting in March. The Many Are reduced to want Deport at ninth annual conference of society of american indians makes sweeping criticisms of administration of Indian affaire. St. Loiuis nov. 17, the Indian. Long before the Advent of White men to America had a a league of a Hon Quot and allo Ell suffrage to women according to i. Jane zone Gordon j of 1-os Angeles or it endow of the Wyandotte tribe. The is a Delegate to the j convention of the it Odets of american indians in session Here Gordon asserted the league for the prevention of War included he following trims Seneca Mohawk Onondaga. Coy Aga Oneida and to a Roc ii. The Lea Gin dissolved he said on the arrival of Hie White. Woman suffrage a in effect she explained. In that the league officer were nominated by the women. Greece May recall the former King Leader of Hiti shit i party i g r i e c e Eik Trinh it a Tes that Fon stay Tine in Moh tit l King expected to return sees a Skabo whiter ahead Hoover in Washington to consider methods of meeting threatened Industrial crisis. I connected at Barbados with a British St. I oui. Nov. 17.�?sweeping criticism of the administration of Tho of flu of Indian affairs and charges that Indiana have been subjected to various abuses including unlawful seizure and leasing of property by agent of the government were math by Thomas l. Sloan of Washington. D. Of a a president of the society of american Indian in i report at the of inning session of the id it ii Annua i conference of the organization Hen. Urged to wait March 4. A it is advised a tie wrongs have big in inflicted by the present darn Tel i 11ration of Indian affair that will tie Geneva Jbv. It a despite the of a terminated to the 4th of March Uci forts of Grottla led by Ijo Etor t Bluit we do nut at tempt to secure say Conte of gel Sottili american Contin Relief train Titera hut waft until we Guf Quot to attempt will i e made at tin j have a new admin ration to which prose at of the ie.,Gin to unread. Tiny make further a it Uay Tuut a a Tbs Tiff Etc Mortti ? any Ruhh it report states Dom from America. Before receiving a Mif lounging to the Frow Indian such amendment it would aral be Nee he Montana in been lense by the j or wee i hut the dined to discuss i Rury to it Licud tie rub of order i reservation superintendent to a Fanu i which have Len Forish dually adopt-1 Ujj corporation the ref Ort charges. Plebs cute will be held soon when people who signify their wish to in the matter Washington. Nov. I?.�?-predicting that la Mir throughout tin United h totes is due to suffer a a hard Winter Herbert Hoover arrived Here and went special to the evening journal Athens Greece nov. 17�?�?o oust auf Lur i oar rightful King Quot former Premier Goa nor Leader of Tho suite sinful party in the Griec election Mold toddy. A we expect him Bock As soon of the plebe let is held showing him that the people want him. Minick Ark rest fed Earlington ky., nov. 18.�? into conference with Samuel Gomper ten Miner were rescued from Tho and other official of the american my rut a Coal mine Here Imlay. Riva clerk say new Congress will contain Only 132 democrats and one socialist Cable from South America. Several Mouths ago the. ,.a a , applied for a or Antlee penal. A Quot Quot a Quot of Quot a Quot a a a a a a Quot a 1mll ,. Vorn Hie to such amendment hut in Western Washington nov. revised la to of member of tile new him of ref>resontit1vew prepared by t to clerk of the honer and based on unofficial report of tile election Hows flite to to land Lite Cable at Miami hut the state department was do to have it be to ended a copy of the contract Between Hie we Tern Conini and the British company owning the connecting Mouth american Cable line. Tho copy a not forthcoming according to puh Ticatz it. Uli Democrat and one so j stated apartment officers and the per cd allot. First report logo clerk a met we a a withheld. V Elk age a in la at Flint tile next Hoti a would la composed of rk�7 ii publican 127 Democrat and one hot Chiist. Athens troops put rioters to rout fire on rioters As Venizelos is beaten. Destroyers sent to Florida. Later a British Cable ship which had been chamfered to Lay the Cable. Was ordered to Miami. At the suggestion of the state department the Navy department sent destroyer to the Florida put it to keep the British ship outside the three mile limit. The embassy also took a hand in the matter ordering hip Captain of the vessel not to attempt to land tile Cable. Some time after this William g. Mcadoo former secret ii by of Tho Treasury became counsel for hic Western cd. So a to pm omit tin discussion of Torch amendments. Doctor Costa said faint of them fleeced the would result in a Hotko Bute. Doctor Costa in that it would he better if tin Assembly showed some disposition to meet the american objections before the Snodon i adjourned my i Ritang out that the decision of the new american Senate for or against the league must be taken before tile next meeting of the league a ably. Or was stated unofficially Tim negotiations have been begun among al Delegate headed by the scandinavian nations and Italy and France whereby amendments to the covenant which would lie acceptable to America would be discussed and approved. It was revealed that a further meeting of the league Assembly will lie Callet in March when America will be asked to submit Lier proposals Lur a my league. And that of the fort Belknap Indian i a Given to the use of a cattle on the Fine Ridge Sioux Reserva i fion in South Dakota it continued a a j territory al out forty Miles Long and j Twenty mile wide a thrown open by the policy and order of the commissioner a assistant commissioner. Of Indian affair to the use of a Yut Fie company All owned by Indiana. All of the bind was owned by Indian the report explained und much of it populated some indians were a reduced to poverty lied want Quot by tills action according to the report another charge in the report i that it tribal Herd were allowed to overrun a he pro Jiei to of individual member of 1d Blackwin t and Frow tribe destroying crop and Flint their Stock a allowed to starve. 8ueu indians were thereby in in destitute and Are now in great the report says. Indians have been arrested and in former Premier Gounaris. Favouring Constantine to form new Cabinet a entente to interfere. Federation of Iai Hor to consider methods of meeting the threatened Industrial crisis. Hoover declared that the Industrial depression is largely due in a decline in Export Trade he expressed the opinion that the number of the unemployed Are Likely to he greatly Bittie Prois Trety of reducing wages. Bodies have been recovered also. Sats Korous held ohly As a witness Cedar Horn amp to la Charta Koroni. 70? fifth Avera. Who works for the Iowa hallway 41 Light co., corrects several Mist ate merits that have appeared in Tho Lowa newspapers under a Riverside it Date line concerning the death of mrs. Tabor to be released his half sister. Miss frae Boron who was found dead on the Shore of the Lake at Salt Lake City. These articles have said that his Broter y. E. Korous we held for the murder of the sister. It is True that he was held am a witness but there was not the slightest intention of charging Michigan Casa against Mother of Maude Virgo to be dropped by prosecutor. O daredevils escape death Paw pow mlrh., Nev 17, charge of manslaughter against mrs him with the murder harsh Tabor al Gilly two year old who a accused of causing tile death of Lier daughter Maude Tabor Virgo will be dismissed according to a statement by prosecuting attorney Horace Adams. Only 20,000 saved of attired army find $18,000 in Auto tire Post office clerk arrested for theft had unique Way of hiding loot. Henderson. N. Nov. 17.�?-1,. V. Grave Post office clerk formerly of Omaha neb., who was arrested charged with theft of registered packages from the in Ost office Here was said Post office inspectors to have had $18,000 concealed in an extra tire on i automobile when taken into custody. The inspectors said they found $17,000 Iii Cash and a $1,000 Liberty 4>uuu in the tire Athens. Nov. 17.�?troops tired from a dumber of Point on several occasions to disperse after election troublemaker. There Are Fern of further outbreaks which May Lead to martial Law and there i said to he danger that the army May git out of hand. Stores theater Ami i Auk have been closed. Soldiers patrol tile streets. The Fie Tok Are keeping indoors. Disorder Bugan with a Parade of opposition adherents to attack the Liberal club. Troops stationed within Hie club quarters ared. The military later at tack the opposition Headquarters from which a few allots came. For two hours the Headquarters were besieged and bombarded by the troops. A us Nilmier of bystanders were wounded. Troops Are guarding the Public place and the Homes of the leaders of both sides. Former Premier Gounaris recognized As favouring tin return of King Constantine to the throne of Greece has undertaken tile formation of a new Cabinet following Hie refusal of another sex Premier m. It Zallys to attempt to form a government. The latest returns of the election show that 118 Veuia Zeliss won seats As compared with 2.10 royalists. Premier Venizelos and All but two of his ministers were Defeated in tin elections. It is reported from Pari that Hie entente nations will forbid the return of former King Constantine to the throne. It i doubted that even a Compromise on ids eldest son Privee will be Wrangel escapes from Sebastopol with part of army. Quot whits army was opposed by too too reds a. S. Destroyers arrive at constantinople. London nov. 17.-�?constantinople is overrun with tin refugees from the Crimea fleeing from the soviet armed forces says a dispatch from the turkish capital. Gen. Baron Wrangel Defeated anti bolshevism Leader arrived at constantinople aboard tie russian vessel Korniloff. Forty thousand refugees have arrived from Sebastopol. London nov. 17.�?Gen. Baron wronged head of the South russian government whose army has been virtually willed out by the bolshevik offensive in Crimea left Sebastopol on a russian Cruiser tilled with soldiers a constantinople dispatch to the Exchange Telegraph company. The Cruiser was accompanied by three transports currying 20, Sio troops und another carrying wounded men the Fleet sailing for an unknown port. Russian soviet forces Bud not reached Sebastopol before the City was Exa ousted it i Auld. The United states destroyers Humphreys Whipple and Edwards arrived at constantinople with refugees monday. Constantinople nov. 16. five red armies Coit Centra Ting against general Wrangel. Suy tin newspaper correspondents at Sebastopol numbered More than too xxi. As proven by captured papers. Twenty thousand of these were cavalry divided into three groups. Tile cavalry under general Budenny who left the Antigo Thevik forces and joined the bolshevik suffered heavily according to general Wrangel particularly in officers. Leap to gop by Amateur re until it k or in Auto la Watrous Forest City nov. 17 an automobile leap the eap performs Hod on the fair ground Here in connection with the armistice Day football game Between Waldorf College and Luther Academy of Albert Lea minn., terminated in a nose dive which made the Overland car used a Heap of debris and pinned the three occupant under the wreckage. Carol Otis a Young Farmer from West of this City and Driver in the daredevil stunt escaped without even so much As a Black and Blue spot a evidence of the Accident. Archie Ingelbretson of Ellsworth Iowa a student at Waldorf College suffered an internal injury that May have dire consequences. Theodore Swa amp end of Vincent Iowa was bruised Only slightly. People who saw the sensational stunt and its disastrous finish mar Vel that there were no fatalities. Early in the afternoon Otis driving alone had made the leap off Tho elevated Board runway without aay difficulty. The length of the leap is said to have been Twenty feet. The two students who had witnessed the exhibition were eager to undergo the flying machine thrill and persuaded Otis to make a second leap with them As passenger. The additional weight was so placed As to make the front of urn car Start Down first. Twenty four feet were covered in this jump hut the front of the car came Down first and the car toppled Over on the occupants and Slid along for Evenal feet. Witnesses rushed to the wreckage expecting to find All dead but when the demolished car was removed All of the prisoner were Able to walk shaky Knees being their Only apparent ailment. Ingel Bret son later complained of a pain and an examination revealed internal injuries the seriousness of which has not yet been determined. Rev. Cooper Dies Iowa conference Temperance worker appendicitis victim Ottumwa nov. 17.�?rev, c s. Cooper Iowa conference Temperance agent for the methodist episcopal Church with Headquarters at al Acy. Died at the Ottumwa Hospital sunday night. I was la years of ago and had undergone an operation for appendicitis last wednesday Tho Case being a very serious one. A say it always a i saw you ,1

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