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Washington Evening Journal (Newspaper) - November 18, 1920, Washington, Iowa
In make your wanta known thru the of a Anim journal i fled Columna the evening journal of it to Fly or in note and Friday warmer Frh Hix Ami North we it port ten i a note. Volume 28washington, Iowa thursday Kyrn i so no Yem ski 18, 1920 number 286 producers strike threatens. I w. Union in Cable fight a guarded by ii cordon a of it Rev a nil Hun milo1 placed about tin til Mif i after la attempt made by dismissed Workman to storm a ii Plant which Ahu i flown recently throwing Loon person oui of work. Tis Judice. Tho room Irish state. Or nil j Tiro whorl Lvi a from the direction of Tho crowd wounded n policeman. Two Workman won wounded on of to a seriously. Govt moment May revoke permits granted for Landing of wires. Guilty under espionage act urges state to control the markets Rescue ten trapped in mine five Belles Are of covered and one in still in Olla no Chaft near Earlington. One of the Illinois men in convicted of having anarchist papers in room. Minnesota official also proposes ownership by Farmers of retail agencies. Formal statement issued Doci Aroe nothing unreasonable has Saan asked of Tho company Noth. Ing not required of other companies. Washington nov. 1k�?a veiled threat that permit grunted for the Landing of Western Union Cable in the Chicago nor in. John j basilisk As a sos Smith Fini aled Avreet a Melter of the communist party nut j. Jodl i of Herrin Iii., wore found guilty of conspiracy to violate the espionage Art by a jury before Federal judge Andia kith men were arrested two months a by Federal authorities. In a garage in tin rear of Janal Nakay it i Home at hint time Wen found thou j Panda of pamphlet advocating the j overthrow of the government by for. Earlington ky., nor. refiners wore re sowed from Hie burning Arnold Cost mins Neur Bere. Bodle of am other were recovered one other person Iii the mine Una Atli miming the Rescue effected by tunnelling Aramid jibe Are which in a shut t Lite single entry of the mine Carne Twenty Hoik after Tim names broke out. Th1 nun wer it trapped three mile Hack a. The mine when fire broke out and get off their escape from the entry. A a greek King May regain his throne to hate a revolt in the army which is Resi ily May create Republic. Tiler Rumor that it la Pond i Hie the greek army which i a to pro de to he Loyal la former Premier Venine j j to May Crent the Republic of of Tyr j no. In Aula minor. I George Kha Lilone time Premier it a forma n Cabinet to succeed the Tyft Xelna government. I besides lire premiership in halt will a Nan me the portfolio of foreign affairs. Farmer Union Call strike to a combat prices r rhe Hod informed Admire Gondou Meek former Premier Gounaris says re Fyk the to Milf Mem no. A Constantine is our right i that re of in no a a Binot. Hut iof Only after the resignation of the old Tui Kin government had been definitely an i to need. To Htay the of a or al drop in parm product Park in by refusing to hell follows Long investigation fitted to inauguration to be Back after plebiscite can t deliver mexican o. K. Square Deal producer of machinery of marketing offered a solution of unnecessary expenses of living Boma by consumer. Obregon Cable United Ste ton will a revoked Union admit Baklanoff to u. S. The company continues to Accord the a my r j in n government tin Aam privileges that it Accord the British and other government in handling Cabin message is contained in a formal statement issued by the state depart Mant. Tin company say the announcement inf Only a refused to accept any government Caille Mea wage with fair prepayment of rot i hut also a Refue cd to carry at the reduced gov enu nent rate menage out Side of tin unite state. A Job its Lar it id the department statement a the United so ate a a mild not lie expected to allow the wastage Union cafe rehab. A american a Trpo cation to Chitry for it sages t wire the rate a barged. For example the British of cram it. Put a to accede to to acquirement that the Ordinary practice of business with to Lerhu la al settlement of account Hail he it a i in in dealings with our trouble of Long standing. This was the tir to statement but he department re Gardful its no traverse with thl a Graj a Conn by. Which is of several months standing nod which culminated with the from the company to tin Delmirt mint Liat Caille ones Fiigen of re a i it for on after november to would a to lie paid for in adv min e Ami Himi that the government would no longer be grained the reduced rat on met a a org Tea Tang abroad. After reviewing the difference regarding the settlement for Cable met Sage it Prev Otily transmitted the department Ann Natif it find declared that the Legal principles controlling the lauding and regulation of Cable in the United slates a re Well rehab j fished and that a in the Allenee a it of i congressional legislation these a afters i Are regulated by the executive by virtue of his ant Bority with rest act to the conduct of relations with foreign involves u. A interest. A the executive a said tile statement a May prevent the lumping of s Cable or permit it on conditions which will protect to intercut of tin United states and of a Landing has let Chi Mode without la consent of the government the operation of Tho Fin May he prevented a it has Bren la uniform policy of the government to allow the lauding of rabies Only on condition that Tho gov Ere men t of the United states shall be untitled to exercise and to enjoy Tho name privileges with regard to the control and use of such lines us a exercised and enjoyed by any foreign government obviously to Law and the policy must he the same whether Telegraph connection with a foreign country is by a tend line or by a mib Narine a nothing unreasonable has been used it of the Western Union company nothing not required from and without objection granted by other companies much less Lias been asked than Home companies give the government. It Tufty he mentioned that certain companies Accord to the government of Iii United states entirely free Cable service for official officials g a temporary permit cd ice to it use baritone a under deportation orders. To Wah Burton nor a rat i Ort by admittance to the United states waa Grunt d by tin is Jour Cut of to George flak it noir Kun Iau baritone St Paul nov. 38.�?stnte supervision of machinery for marketing Ami cooperative ownership of retail agencies by formers or recommended in a report by Hugh a Hughes director of the Minnesota depart inept of agriculture made Public Livre. The report deals with the results a if an investigation by the department into conditions affecting the marketing of farm products which was ordered by the 1&19 legislature. Hem to be Best solution. _ ,. Co operative ownership by the Farmer the <1�lc�go opera company who. ,. Or of the machinery of marketing at on his arrival from last i re i. # ,.,. J least As far As a Point where the Dav was detained at Hill Island and i Fanu product losses is identity or ordered by a special Bourd of u _. A a a where it reaches retail Alstn Latum Jim or it. I Edfored As the lest available Solo ton of the Farmers marketing pad it portuguese Cabinet is out Letu my the reek it. A a i sch operative of sri Erli p by the Marta president Almeida accepts resigns s or of grocery store meat Market Hon when presented a second t milk Dei. Ami pin let. Is Tim St Lisbon. Urge Tel by or. Hughes As a prac a re a i fica so ution of the to necessary sex i Irown a. I1.�?the la Ltd a fugue be 1 Lief of living a a Rte by the Eon Cahl Nei. Had l by a tit do if ratio it it. Sluzer v. Bleb re a gym a nov Nhep i9j its re in St in supermen for the purpose tuition however not being accepted by i of establishing Immier and Exchange pts ident Alim Ida Haught submit is held essential Sacramento William p a it Gram from g elect of moxie present at Tho thut at of Talco my Stephens be Preterite at Nett. Nov. 1��?gov. Receive a Tele of Ropon. In rest Chat Xiv it hit hint to he la a it enl inn Gurn or a it eco Unher i. State department says recognition declares people want Monarch Back we be granted when proper a wants to avoid civil War will pursue policy of conciliation and not vengeance. Understanding is reached. Ukrainians now in Fri Retreat Washington nov. end pert ton no group of it torpor melons nor any Lucerne nov. Is. In no interview group of individual i g dog it de it Jitner King to Onstat Niino Riihl Over Amer an recognition to mex a i am the constitutional soverign of Leo it was station at Greece. I do not wish to Toke Adan the state department. Tag of the elections. I want my peo it was state that As a preliminary pie to give me a Clear Call of they went to recognition the Amerlyn govern me Back. The chamber will assemble mein did not insist upon the abrogate about Throe weeks time and then la ton of article 27 of the mexican Conli Ope it will Cut for n ple Biaci. I in siltation prodded the operation of that s the program offered by Rem Utor Harding for the solution of today problems give up k1 As bolshevik armies f approach. T fist it resignation Lim u. It a a i la the president this. Aurewa. Wilson greetings sent to league cables Best wishes to Geneva meeting. The pros Dent sends message to Paul by mans head of league of nations Assembly. Battle at French factory two Workman and one policeman wounded in Exchange of shots at Bleriot Plant. We it Hungt in. Nov. i Wilson in a menage a a int to Patti la y no a. President of Iii i Coigne of nations Assembly at get icon Switzerland extent cd his Par Onai greetings to the Assembly Ntuli exp a so a Vethe a shop and Tellef that their labors will in of immense value to the whole civilized the message was an acknowledgement of on from president Hymans conveying an expression of sympathy voted Ite ardent Wilson unanimously us in Thoi Enid g of the nose Anhly of the league last monday. M. Hymans i message said a the Assembly of the league of nations has by unanimous vote instructed me to Send you its warmest greeting and to express its Earnest wishes that you May speedily he restored to Coin Jolete health. The Assembly recognizes that you have Dynes perhaps More than any other Man to Lay the foundation of the league. It feel confident that the present meetings will greatly Advance those Prin Caples of a Fly it Perallon Between All nations which you have done so much to the reply of president Wilson was As follows a tin greeting so graciously sent me by in Assembly it of the league of nations through you Lias gratified the very deeply indeed. I am indeed proud to be considered to have pm a Yeti any part in promoting the Concord of nations with the establishment of such an instrumentality is a league to whose increasing usefulness and Success i Blok Forward with perfect Confidence. Permit me to extend my per Sonal greetings to the Assembly of they will is gracious enough to receive them together with an expression of my Hope unbelief that their in Liers would act through agencies. Or. Hughes re oui Meads that local co operative elevators create a Cen Tinl Selling Agency. Such agencies should Intel membership Iii any Grain sex hang to which it cur find a mar i keying outlet continues the Reju Ort. And the Board of director of tin Central organization should he empowered to constitute itself a Cor it it ration to Deal j in Grain to comply with rules of various boards of Trade in order to obtain membership in them. As an alternative plan the report suggests creation of a Central association to aet independently of existing Grain exchanges and in connection with like Hiles agencies in other states. Similar organization of or handling live Stock eggs Hay Wool Dairy and other farm products la advocated. Red cavalry a wasps through of. Fanes Tea a Thutt of Dan. Psf Tura i Dia it Warsaw nov ukrainian have evacuated Kiev Ami other towns had Mccu id Ami Are fleeing def by al Lictor the new Huldan soviet offensive. Tin Ikra Shevik envy Tofy has swept throng the ukrainian lines at various stints. Three of Gen Pettit rns divisions were surrounded Lay soviet try Ops when the ukrainian left Wing broke of had comm Temh a tons. Const Anton a pie nov. 18�?uj��ri that Batina in i teen Cap Tun a by the Hussion bolshevik have Icen re Lteif cd a they have not been Bene. But thu conf ironed. Supplies collected in the City were remove some time ago and a georgian division wan sent to the South for tin purpose of checking in and Vance by turkish nationalists. Tic late that Tim result will be a re quest by the people that i re ascend the throne arid i will return to Athens. A my policy is to have 0 Strong Greece. Nothing Woald be altered in Liht respect. But my people will the hurtles of which Veti Lueloh deprived them while dictator. More than to it persons Wen shot to death by his orders and innumerable Persona were imprisoned. He Duvet Ted a new offence of being a badly disposed toward the government and persons merely it a Sjo a. It it were to pro of. All this is now to be changed a air piously enough i have become the Eiharu Pizii of expects Tino Back. A Athens. Nov. Is. A a Constantine is our rightful King a former Premier Gou Narl. Leader of the Suee Essul it r j to in the greek cd callous to the correspondent a Maud we exam it him Back As soon As a plebiscite is held showing because j Blun the Hojo a want him a a sex jct to assume the govern ment Iii ii Day or two a continue to m. A Mainaris a when the results of the elections become official. Then we shall quickly Call the chamber Ami have i plebiscite. Quot it was the intention of Constantine to return after the plebiscite and i Home no message so far from him that he is coming earlier. A if tile plebiscite shows the ample want Constantine i do not see Why the a Rettele dbl not infringe upon the rights of americans in Mexico. Officials added however that of the Oil Era fit a of the Laws enacted under article 27 were confiscatory or retroactive the United state could not Accord Reed Whitlon. Wilson accepts club s bid Post ident Bee most life member of National democratic or Gan Lytton. Smrt to evening Jim urn to Kansas City mo., not. In cd a nation wide producers strike to co re hat the falling of prices for form product is urged in n Coll sent oat today by the National Farmers Union thru out the country. The confusion existing in the caucasus Region cannot be described and i prance or great Britain should inter trains running Between to fits Ami a fire we won the elections because new York. Nor. we son has acc Cju Tell honorary life membership in the National democratic Dull. In letter accepting the membership recently Tel Lerell by tin Hoard of governors was made Public by the club president John 3 1. Uie Hie. It follow a it is with n Sens of very Dep and genuine appreciation that i accept tile Honor the National democratic club has conferred upon me by electing to an honorary life member. I no proud to have this evidence of the clubs Confidence and he go Bftts sane program fared to the evening journal new Orleans nov. If. A a Dent elect Harding in a speech to Tho chamber of Commerce today said a Plain bring and Square dealing Ara the nation s strongest Reliance daring the period of after War re adjustment. One Hundred per cent production minimised Wanton and my t Iona i readjustment offer Ratic Dana for Industrial and economic Ilia of the United two billions Are still unt raced paix called por hr1.p Moroni to the own he Joar Nall Madrid. Spain not. Imp the Rumor that Spain half Een called upon by the league of nations to participate la flu International military a a ecu put inn of Litho rata is published try do in m in i rid newspaper. It in suggested that a warship with marines constitute Spain s contribution to the exp Dillon. A Battle in Belfast Street nationalists fight unionists worn to join in the combat police to store order. Tutu Are Hubly overcrowded. Great bolshevik demoted in Bons were held ii Bat in and to his on tin anniversary of the soviet revolution in by in which was solemnly Lek brat a throughout Tho caucasus District. The people regarded tile Yentz Elystus As us urm is by of a a ree. A we wish to avoid civil War and further troubles. We shall pursue a policy of Concill in ton not Veti Gynn toward the be i al Isis. We do hot Ati no records to show ship Board Money spent. Virtually no accounts were kept witness Telia congressional probe committee. Paris nov. 18.�?shots were exchanged when a crowd Ltd i workmen Aud sympathizer titrate an i tiptoe a tot will it. Of immense value to the whole atom the Bleriot fax turn Winch wus i civilized a a a air Wra new York. Nov. 18.�?martin j. Gillen former executive Arista it to John Barton Payne now Secretary of the Interior when i was chairman of the shipping Board declared that Huu a reds of millions cd it ullars went Unac counted for luring the Complete breaking Down Ltd of the to artly a sys Teni of accounting during the War. Or. Gilien a testimony was Given before the congressional committee investigating shipping Board affairs and he declared he had investigated and Learned How foreign governments were being mulched in their purchases through operations of the Hoard. Gillen said that tweeds in was mud treasurer of the boards emergency Fleet corporation in August Ibio no record existed in either office showing How $2,500,000,000 expended up to that time Bud been disbursed. There now Renu in Only about $50,-Ooojxion of 400,000,000 taken in a freight charges by the shipping Hoard and considering the exp end itunes of a .400,000, or. Gillen added a my investigation disclosed that the Hoard Hail no records to show Bow much Money it had taken in during the War and How much was he said that no to october i 1010, there Hail been More ii Usu 8.000 voyages of shipping la Aird vessels but Only eight accounts had been audited. Or. In a one 11a�i been informed he added. Thai on shipping firm alone had More than $25,000,000 of til Board a Money. Of Oether i. Hoo. There were Jiao claims tending Many of them of foreign a Lii owners he said adding that ail settlements Wen slopped by or Payne until Complete records could be obtained _ a a Belfast Nev renewed rioting broke out in Belfast nationalists in the new Ian age Road District hacked the unionist Quarter with atones. They were beaten off by women it the first Onset hut returned using revolvers Ami soon were masters of the thoroughfare. An attempt was made to enter the Dun in i in presbyterian school hut the a her had been fastened so the crowd contented itself with smashing the windows a process which was repeated Tai Many houses along the line of Advance the police were rushed up arum after an exciting 20 minutes restored order. American ship burned. Montevideo nov. 18. A the United states shipping Benni freight Steamer West Engle loaded with naphtha kerosene and Roul caught fire in the Harbor Here Aud probably will to a toted loss. Many yanks were gassed Mona than 31 Par cent of Overa aaa Hospital Cates due to Poison Vapours. Washington nov. than is per cent of All american soldiers and. Refitted to hospitals overseas during Tho world War wore gassed according to a statement made Public by the comical warfare service. Excluding marinas and sailors the total of american soldiers gassed was 70,552, of whom 1.221 die and 2 we. Or 4.04 a cent. Were discharged with some in Kamenetz Podolsk soviet troops capture the City ukrainian fore Retreat in disorder. A it Tarnopol gallon nov. In a soviet troops have occupied Kame net Podolsk Ami the ukrainian forces in disorder the polish au-4 Thorp Les on this Sale of flit have Given or Lent for the dharma men of any ukrainian detachments a resting the River Roe vim tii lied army. Masses of refugee Are peking Auff Tajn in i Viand. A. A.aig3ft, -�?em4 Idu Root
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