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Washington Evening Journal (Newspaper) - November 26, 1920, Washington, Iowa
Make your want known i Lim tile a a a mini journal Damn fied Colum in the evening journal t Nett Tohl with profs ably rain or Snow tonight Ami Rani Portum hat inlay. Warmer Rani Peri Ion Ion a hit volume 28 Washington. Iowa Khi Day evening Sove mbah 26, 19-0 number 243sinn fein leaders Are taken Catholic order has ceremonial i marry Thomas and Cromi alled by mrs. Thompson. New Macii Imit the following is the list of Canell i dates which were initiated into the i order yesterday Washington miss Velda Adrian. Or. Matilda Braunshausen miss in Chi it Kumoi is Kivi candidate v kit kit Mav a al ended Claes of Twenty seven new members were initiated yester Day into the National order of the daughters of Isabella. The ceremony Lew began in the morning at t to o clock at St. James Church with High mass celebrated by the Rev. For. Hartigan who preached a wonderful Sermon particularly appropriate to the occasion. Seats were reserved in the front of the Church for the candidates and the members of the order who met at the Convent and attended in a body. Leonard s mass in e Flat was Sung by St. James choir directed by Harry Thomas. The solos in the various parts were Sung As follows Kyrie Basa Solo Mark Ritz Gloria a a Louden us the a duet by Mise Bertha Dempsey Soprano and miss Clara Eagle contralto a Gratias a Soprano Solo miss Ernestine Dean duet miss Dean and miss Clara Bable offertory a Bach Gounod a have Maria Harry Thomas Tenor Sanctus miss Elisabeth Henke Soprano Benedictus. Harry Thomas Tenor Agnus Thomas Tenor the initiation was held at 130 o Ock in the afternoon at the Arm a Large number of the local s Sweaat. Tuft psf with Ling members from the courts at Muscatine Iowa City Ottumwa and other placet. The work was put on by a team from Ottumwa and was especially Good. I Kathleen Bruty mrs. Jennie Butterfield. Mrs. Jean Bevins mrs. Dorothy Dougall. Miss Dorothy Del Len Ger mrs. Lillian Greiner Mim Anna Henke mrs. Mary Moriarty miss Teresa Quinn. Miss Ai phones red linger mrs. Marie Thies Lnger miss Mary Donovan mrs. Louise Eagle miss Bessie Clancy and miss Julia Mckevitt Ais Worth miss Helen Allbaugh and mrs. Mary Chitak. Harper miss Margaret fennel. Miss Mary Engeldinger miss Bernice Pfeiffer. Keota miss Mary e. Crawford. Miss Marguerite Blinger and mrs. Marguerite Blinger. Kalona miss Margaret Eglin and miss Ila Grady. Anti British riots break out in n. Y. Dies had 11 Proett red from to which is in pro Bellon it fifty first Avenue. Stone and into Shine of the riot Taf ammunition no a watches it the dub ii if the watches in up from the utter tit hotel Amini Cess of cd Street and Hnit were hoi i prs. Running i Mill j hurled to windows. R or were i strewn a vent in nil. Sob i Money in no St in thro Smi of i the nut Bori mob aroused by display of Union. Iiri Jack Battles members of it m a a a i police Force. Union club is attacked a miss Helen Taylor of Cedar rapids came yesterday to visit mrs. P. F. Whiner and other friends. Windows ars smashed and furnishings ruined following memorial mass in St. Patrick s Cathedral for Macswiney. I police could a tall of Moor but officers to it riot Jan hour. Artom y in the police in missiles Blit hasten the Turk pact a it a Ocul 1nsitlng in imm Siats ratification of Tho Severta treaty planned by Grook la dvrs. I re a res were sum to lifter the Demon in addition the poll de 1 milled Calls on bum . As grew and the ranked a Little emergency depend and motor brought tip. For about in stately no one Wnm 1 Bough a Numier of in. D Raifor the jus Wert made. Chevrolet loses life in Auto race teammate i a la Fly Check ered tug denoting ids Victory j hts reset a death occurred when the i urea text Honor within the reach of an j Auto Driver was within i grasp the i National Chi a Pic in lip. With Murphy finishing behind tin Lender Ami Mel i ton and in Palma out of the race. Chevrolet would have been crowned Apptt King for the Ifju season. U. S. Soldiers bad actors Griffith and Macneill Are i unde arrest great Driver instantly killed in worlds Premier contest. Population of Chort Bourg living terror following escape of yank convicts from ships. In Mhz. D. Dies noted Sui Dault trawl j Lexington Breckinridge j great Grandb it died at her it Miju till k veiling at seven o clock the ceremonies of the Day were concluded with a banquet at the commercial club. A committee from the knights of Columbus. With Joe Mil sky in charge transformed the banquet room into a place of Beauty with decorations in the daughters of Isabella colors. Chrysanthemums were the Flowers used. Miss Elizabeth Plenke. Grand Regent of court Mcdermott was the Toast mistress in the program which followed the banquet. Introducing each person in a Brief and Graceful speech. Mias Hose Buhr who the first speaker and graciously welcomed the new members into the order of the daughters of Isabella. Miss Clara Eagle Sang beautifully the pretty song a a in la take you Hack mrs. Charles Brewer Alto and Harry Thomas Tenor added to the pleasure of Tho listeners. Mrs. Agnes Thompson played the accompaniment. Miss Eagle was heartily applauded and responded with an encore. An excellent address by we a Butterfield past grand Knight followed. Or. Butterfield in his spec ii rehearsed the Story of the newly acquired rights of women and urged the daughters of Isabella to remember the influence they Are now Able to Wield both As individuals and As members of a great organization. A pretty piano Solo by mrs. Agnes Thomas. A fairy by Paul Wachs delighted everyone and she gave another Solo which was also pleasing. The address of the evening was delivered by Rev. For. Walsh of Davenport. Formerly pastor Here. Father Walsh. Father Walsh is considered one of the strongest and most influential men of this diocese and has just completed a Campaign in the interests of St. Ambrose College in which he raised $900,000 for an endowment fund. His address made a great impression on All his hearers. He told How a great writer had divided the history of the world into periods of 500 years each and briefly summarized the events of each period particularly that of the 13th Century which he characterized As one of the most wonderful. He added that it is a matter of speculation whether we Are now just closing one of these periods or whether we Are about to enter on a new one. This is a great reconstruction period he said and he emphasized the part that women have it in their Power to play in this work. A thank god for a Garden a by Teresa Del Riego and Quot one More Day a Ernest it. Ball were the charming Tenor solos which were Sung by Harry Thomas the latter one being an encore. The last feature of the program Wab a impressions of the Day by the new daughters of Isabella and these were Given by miss Dorothy Dillinger miss Mary Crawford miss Bessie Clancy and miss Mary Donovan others being called on also Impromptu. The banquet closed most appropriately with the Quot Bur spangled banners Sung by italia anti a trains a or directed kit London. Nov. 20.i tamed late ratification of tile treaty of Sevres the Turkey treaty in planned by Leader of the new chamber of deputies said a dispatch from Athens. Irence will acquire Large territorial acquisitions in the old turkish Empire As a result of till nary which ohs negotiated Aud signed while Elut Barlow Mentzelos was in Power. There Are indication that Premier Lloyd George and Premier Tongue of France May cd in in it or the advisability of revising the treaty of Sevres of til greek parliament a not ratified it before the Anglo French meeting on sunday. Premier Uhalu i expected in London Early nest week. Father of 3 kills wife san Antonio Tex Man slays spouse after quarrel three children under nine. San Antonio tex., nov. So Oliver w. Kilted thirty five. Shot and killed i w life. Or. Katherine full Tau. Thirty one. After a quarrel lie then turned the gun on himself dying instantly. They have three children ult under nine. U. S. Plane flies 190 Miles an hour new York nov. 26.�?-reserve# from every precinct to Manila Usa were called u a on to restrain a mob that was intent on sacking the in too dab on fifth Avenue Aud fifty first St because the club flew a British for a time it appeared the i it flee nor Riey. A would not be Able to Cope with the j hence pm w rioters without resorting to drastic Chicago ath measures so the lire department was filled upon to bring up Hose to Cool the ardor of the Moil. The fire tighten bad hardly arrived however when Tho police gained the upper hand Aud drove tile mat Fesl ints blocks away. Tile Hose was not used. 1 i Fml Ming ill Naau fit Hitatt it was discovered that nearly every window in the Tydon club building had in a broken and that paintings hangings and Oiler furnishings in the Interior had Taen ruined. Some Tine Liefer the Start of tile riot the Cululi had i Wen requested to remove tin British Flag. It had been placed upon the building along with the Tri color of France with the stars and stripes Litween til two. The Elal did take in the British Emblem but it was put i Mick again later Aud this action Drew the ire of the rioters. The riot broke out immediately after memorial mass in St. Patrick s cat Beira for Terenee Macswiney. Late lord mayor of Fork add hunger striker. A Large number of those who had heard the mass took fort in the Tunny in and theto was a dramatic touch when monsignor Lavalle till Rind in the vestments of ids office a Jared on the Steps of tin Church and pleaded in vain with the throng to desist Iii the attack on the dub which is directly across the Street from the Cathedra. Tuber priest joined the monsignor in ills efforts to restore order but the fighting spirit had been worked up to great proportions. Watches As missiles. Everything Flint could be bandied was thrown at Bio club. Most of the and great grand Henry Clay is away. Of Donnell is near death mechanician John Brusnahan seriously injured when cars Cra amp Hin big thanksgiving event at Loa Angeles. To 2<b�?omrs. Deditz cd suffragist and Tor of Henry a Lay p re by lore tier Eli Mcdowell and frequent visitor to Many friends there. In recent years pm devoted Lier Effort to the advancement of the a Mountain Whites and Miti Oaid woman suffrage. It nations Cash al a takes a Holiday suspension of nations business Marks Wilson is Host Turkey dinner at the White House. A Klog Tarnov 2t>.prue Leal suspension of the nations business marked the Observance of thanksgiving Day in Washington. Tile dosing of All Public of free and must of the private institution and place of business gave the capital a Holiday aspect but there were no Public function Mont of tile Cabinet officer followed tin example of president Wilson and spent the Day quietly tit Horn after attending Church service. A number of private social functions and dinners were arranged for tile evening. President Wilson spent the morning on Iii South portico of tin White House with n Short drive in the afternoon. In tic evening with mrs. Wilson in was Hoar to a few relative it n Turkey dinner. Mrs. Wilson a a ended religious St in ire in the morning at St. John s episcopal Church. Los Angeles pill., nov. 27,�? Gaston Chevrolet one of the world Premier automobile race Drivers a instantly killed Sci Joie mechanician for Eddie o Donnell was fatally injured and died later it the 8hhdway Hospital and Eddie o Donnell i dying of a fractured still in tie result of a collision Between Chevrolet Frontenac and the Den Senora or driven by o Donnell in Tim turn from the stretch in the 250-mlle race. John Bresnaban Chevrolet mechanician was seriously but not fatally Hurt. It is report Ltd from the Hospital that the surgeon were operating on o Don Ujj in an Effort to save i life. Iii addition to a fractured Skull he bad both arum broken and was Hurt internal my. The Accident occurred just after leaving the stretch in of Xton Selfa Oue Hundred Aud fifty eighth Lap. A a Doo Nell in to Effort to pass Chevrolet who a leading crept up beside the Frontenac car und the latter swerved. The car Carne together with a crush and chromed to tis outer Edge of the course into the Fence a Long Section of which was torn Loose. They then rolled toward the infield. Both cur were demolish. Chevrolet a killed instantly. John Broshot Hun his mechanician nil in cult it Ely escaped with injuries that subsequently proved to in slight. Lyle Joie by mechanician was Riding with of sinned in tin Deusenbery entry n<4. It. Died of Bis injuries at the Paris nov. 21.th# of Cherbourg i living in terror follow lug the escape of sever a Mer i is of soldiers from the steamship Pocahontas Quot to Are being returned to the cot Tup states under sentence to heavy prison sentence. The men escaped by enlarging a porthole and jumping into the water. They reached land four hours biter and four of them were captured. Three of the most desperate characters Are still at Large they were last seen at a Point id Miles Cherbourg where they Knocker Down a Farmer in order to get food. Two of the escaped prisoners who Are still it j urge Are Robert j. Watson sentenced to is years it Bard Lalmer for murder Anil James Luncy and Lewis b. Clark. All Are from the army of occupation. Numerous other sinn Ekin Erh seized it British auxiliary Polick Griffith taken i wag-1irish of iwo Hays no formal charge has vet been made Wall Street Bond theft special to the evening journal Dublin Ireland nov. Sib.arthur Griffith founder of the Hina fein organization. Professor John from min Neill of the National University of Ireland several St no fein members of parliament for Lolo Hemr City with a number of others including professor in Cnellis atm were arrested inlay by the auxiliary Pollee. Griffith was taken away hut his destination a not made Public. Dispatches from Lamdon say that the dish office has not yet made formal charges against Griffith. French government Security and u. It. Liberty Bonds Are mysteriously missing. New York nov. Jr.the theft of French government Bonds to the value of xi00,000 and Liberty Bonds Worth $61,000 were among the crime mysteries police Are trying to solve. Who lost the Bonds was not stated but the theft occurred in the financial District. Rewards totalling $7,500 were posted. Other robberies in new York consisting of fur. Jewelry and clothing Whin the past ten Days have totalled More than $500,000, according to polio records. In none of these cases have there been any arrests. Local news Obregon ill from Poison mexican president elect in seriously sick but said to be out of danger. Speed Ai Hospital where ail four injured men were rushed after the Accident. Accident casts gloom Over crowd. The Accident East a gloom Over the biggest crowd that Ever attended an automobile race on the track i Here were approximately 100,1$$ people in the stands Ami a majority of them saw tile smash up. There was scarcely a cheer tis Roscoe be vies driving Deusenbery ear no. I with tears is reaming Down Bis Fuce it he realized Tho Fate of Bis Hun Antonio tex., nov 26.gen. Alvaro Obregon i seriously ill from Tomaine poisoning according to reports. Tile mexican president elect is Akl to be out of danger although death was feared for several hours. Tin report stated that Obregon will be Able to take office december i. Auto kills 5-year-old boy child runs Man s in Root of Chicago machine Driver not held. A mrs. Mary Lynn add two Littfe Dren who were Here visiting at the will Booth Home returned yesterday to their Home at Fairfield. A Gruen wrist watches 15 and 17 jewel grades. Stephen the jeweler. 240d5 or. And mrs. John Braunhausen were morning passengers for Keota. A your photograph is truly it personal gift. A several Washington Shriner went to Davenport today to attend the Kaaba Temple ceremonial there today. A done to catch cold it is cheaper to have that Glass put in your curtains and have them repaired at the a v. Brown Auto body and top works. A a mrs. Clara Allebach who Baa been visiting at the de etcher Home returned this morning to her Home at Iowa City. A Long distance trucking. See Kracaw Transfer bae. Phone 48. A mrs. Will Logan and son Clarence went to Ainsworth this morning to visit her sister. Mrs. W. A. Walker. A plaid and Gray work shirt. 95 cents. Dougherty Bro. 239tft new air record is set by Ameri can plane. Chicago. Nov. 26.fred Van noose. Five died in the Michael Reese hot 8-Pital of injuries received when struck by an automobile. The boy ran in front of an automobile driven by Krone who a not held. Lieut. C. C. Mostly u. S. A., retrieves sorry showing made in Gordon Bennett race. Mitt hell Field Long Island nov. 26. A one Hundred and ninety Miles in Bour a new world record for average flight in in air plane race was hut g up by an american army aviator in an american machine in the presence of Secretary Daniels and general Pershing. The aviator a Lieut. C. C. Moseley in. S. A., in a Verville equipped with a Packard Hoo horsepower motor. Lieutenant Moseley thus retrieves tin sorry showing of american aviators in the Gordon Bennett race in France and lie also rests worlds honors from Sadi Leconte Tho Frenchman who won the rare. Lieutenant Moseley also carries off the pulitzer trophy. At the Start of his flight four time around a triangular course about 140 Miles in All the Verville plane seeded up to 101 Miles an hour. The Victor made tin Hight in 4429 57. The first Lap was made in eleven minutes. Tin former record 187 tidies an hour was made by m. Lecointe in a nieuport special at Villa Cochley two Days after the Gordon Bennett race. Capt. If. F. Hart hey also of the United slates army finished second to Moseley in 47 minutes and smooths of a second or at the rate of 178 Miles an hour. Captain Hartney also used an american machine n Thomas Morse equipped with a Wright Moi or of Dum horsepower. In re Quot _ Harding spends Day playing Golf a miss Ethel Dodson of Davenport returned Home this morning following a visit at the Ernest Dean Home. �?$3.00 dress shirts at $1.85, at Klein clothing to. Links instead of Turkey for the president elect. A mrs. H. S. Busby and son Dod and went this morning to Moline ii to visit or. Busby who will return Home with them for an Over sunday visit. Wool socks 25 cent. Dougherty Bros. Is tuft a for his Christmas a a your braves chiggers for an Outing in canal zone is guest of Panama president. A get the Chicken Waterer subject off your mind. Buy an 8-gallon lamp heated Waterer at Mason s. It will water 75 hens. It Don t pay to fool with an old trough or pan. Brie $5.40. Twenty cent extra will get one to you by mail. Mail us your Check not next week but today. Miss Kila Woodford spent thanksgiving Day in Brighton visiting with her brother and sister in Law or. And mrs. C. S. Woodford at the Homo of friends. A Sale Price on Goodyear tires. Bevins motor co a mrs. C. 8. Lemmon wont to Fairfield this morning to visit her daughter. Miss Isabel who attend Parsons College. Read the he i House property Ana farm Sale Bill this evening. De Morrison is speeding the Day in Fairfield on business. A Many sufferers from rheumatism Are daily telling of their remarkable recovery by using r hoi my Lemmon sell it try it on it
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