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Washington Evening Journal (Newspaper) - September 14, 1920, Washington, Iowa
A a Rwy thru fit of uting Iommi pm fled cd Nib the evening journal in Milf fair tonight find wednesday re tinned worm. Volume 28 Washington Iowa tuesday Tkv Knoxo september 14, 1920 number 1>republicans carry Maine find been thy should qui the hit i int to than t a run i mid a Cir Prog hmm of the state. In Russia two regions prepare to cast off Yoke a Moscow Regina. We Cosse i mess pm Poyod gathering would represent province of Semipalatinsk ammo link and turgid of Tho Southern siberian Steppee. Peking sept. 14.�?peasant Leader of the kirghiz Steppe of Southern St Beele have re add to convoke a Congress for the purpose of formulating a general Proem in end agreement Independent of tile mgt Vlf to government a i Ordung to Memmie reaching Here. The proposed emigres would in Dud representatives of the province of Kent i a infinite a Roll top and tur Gal extending from the Altai Mountain on tin Northwest order of Mongolia to the mint Bern ural and la to be held at ammo task or Seth Fin to to ask. A Pitt of the provinces of those name. Them in Alae a proposal to form a Bashkir government of the released District of the Ufa Gore Moent Cal Tea to Fife afi11 of Tail Eta _ a wow iwo Powll vat lira Jwta tie i to Ting. Bede claim Wrangel beaten. Fax Mon supt. 14�?an official russian report received in Berlin claim the occupation of newly fortified position on the Bug River and the almost total destruction of Hie Force of general Wrangel. The anti Botache vet Leader say a wire Leas dispatch from Berlin. The dispatch add that the pole Hare retreated near Brest Leto ask before a new russian offensive. A constantinople d1pnt<h an is general Wrangel report severe fighting near pol ought in the province of Kate Ninoslav Liere an entire bolshevism brigade including the staff Baa been captured pole extend line. Warsaw sept. 14.-�?the Polea have extended their hues Southeast of Brest Leto ask along the Kovel Railroad and have occupied Tel Koryta Malor Osypa and Mielnik after fighting. The russian bolshevik in attacking the pole in this sector used nine armoured cars which were captured according to the official . Southeast of Leah org polish cavalry co operating with the ukrainians advanced and occupied burs Renya Bukacz Ovice and instr Mazyn. Stork respected by prison woman convict taken from cell to Hospital for birth in Auburn n. Y. Auburn. N. To a a of. La. Or Pearl la. O Dell Rochester girl convicted of the murder of Edward k lid up it former Lover. Bud now or ing to year in aulos in prison for w Omen a removed to a local Hospital under a pow state Taw in order that her Lathy Imp t get to Horn outside of prison. The father. James it Tell to in a death Coll in Hing Bing under a Tenco for Der Trout Lon Ile Wnm not notified. Cruiser Pittsburg off rocks. . Sept. 14.---the Vafi a hta tet Culler Pittsburg it Bleb Edyt on the Rock off Lubau to the Baltic a int towed into Ethan roads after her Coal ammunition and provision had been Light end. Kuehling locked in cell husband of dead heiress held de spit finding of the Cor. Oner jury. Washing in sept Tho Coroner jury found that or. Gertrude vigor kit Ehling heiress to part of a mall Iii Doltar estate in Detroit midi., came to it her death by accidental drowning in the Potomac United stale District attorney James b. Archer instated that flu Young husband Roy Harper Kuehling. He held for the gland jury. He was accordingly locked in a cell. The demand followed admission by Kehung that he had frequently quarrelled with his wife. Hie inquest a Replete with dramatic incidents. The victims two husbands Kuehling Aud Howard Osgood were brought face to face and in the midst of the proceedings mrs. Pollee Ryan. Sister of the deceased broke Dawn Aud had to lie led away. An autopsy by or. William Brown Carr revealed that death was due to drowning. Switchman i vote to keep on striking u Ork Wen n,.l, for their Obi it Ito Elf Fiat Bank a Husij Young Man on ill farm vote by Small majority to carry on the big walkout. Decision is by an eyelash the switchman strike has beet marked by Many in Chicago included in these disorders were Battles slugging and the starting of runaway locomotive a yid to one instance a train it to believed that the country wide vote will favor the and of the walkout. Sharp fun Iona clashes Over the strike vote has resulted in a break in the ranks of the a a outlaw switchman who have been on strike More than Avo month it a reported Here. Charge of bribery and falsifying ballot return were Rife due South Able local fitted almost unanimously to return it a Ald while offi Rhi return indicated a continuation of the strike. A profits Small to. E. Wilson meat Packer a president tells convention at Atlantic City of 1 it cent margin. Atlantic City. V. J., sept. 14, dressing the softening Hesston of the convention of the Institute of Amel Bun meat packers Here. Thonn k. Upu Ann of Chicago Ives Dent of the organization said that Nom of the a big five pucker received a much a 1% cent of profit on a h Dollar of Sale made in Milt. Or. Wilson made Public the profit Aud Sale of i Arturr Catl Ronny Ravinna a 4 new idea to Eno strike teamster Union would Divide teaming among Drivers employers and Public. New York. Sept. 14.�?a unique ug-1 pest inn for settlement of a labor controversy a offered when the strike committee of the Van ten a get eng i Union bul no in. Challenged that Van owner a a sedation to dds ate the Issue of the teamsters strike which storied in to week in Madison Square Garden. The teamsters suggested two thirds of the Garden be a Mort Ell equally to Friend of the contending Turtle-., Ami tit remaining thin thrown 0111 to the Public. Bride drowned in Lake Michigan chicagoan tells amazing Story of honeymoon tragedy. A a outlaw switch men vote in big District is 21,991 to 21,304�?countrywide vote May favor the ending of fight. Chicago sept. 14.�?by an eyelash decision members of the Chicago Branch of the so called a a outlaw switchman s Union voted to continue on strike. Fount of the vote showed that 21,-k�1 lad lot had been calf in favor of Contin thug tit strike against 21.�?~in favor of going Hack to work. Hurly unofficial report were to the effect that the men had voted overwhelmingly in fax or of returning to their Job. A figures speak for announcement of the definite result of the voting a made by John Grull president of the Chicago Branch. A the figure speak for themselves a is replied when a kid to comment on tur i it to a a a a a Grun Nti is been the directing head of the strike since its inception i after the rails went Back under private ownership. A by the re a ult Quot said Grunau. A it is Plain that the majority of the Chicago men want to stay nut. However a vote to being taken All Over the country gild if the nation wide ballot favors a return to the Job Back we will go tile information a Given out at Union Headquarters Itiat Lite remit of Tim country wide vote would be by by night Aud hint not until then would it is certain whether the strike would to called off. T. Meisenhelter directing head of Hie southwestern division of the Union with Headquarters in Kansas City. Was in Chicago during the Day and declared the men in his territory would not ballot on the question us they had determined to stay out. Whatever other members of the organization might do. The Chicago District takes in All territory within a radius of 40 Miles of the City. Strike marked by disorders. While the vote was being counted scotch feel an earthquake persons awakened by tremors and furniture shaken by Shock in county of Perth. Cookie county it Perth Scotland sept. earthquake Shock or experienced Bere Early in the morning. The inhabitants were awakened when their he a to and furniture were shaken by tin Shock. A Dull rumbling sound accompanied the t in nor. Relief supplies i for East looted goods valued at hundreds of thousands Ara stolen. in rep Bhui american Organiza on in the near East robbed by dishonest employees and others. Constantinople sept. 14.�?supplies valued at Many hundreds of thousands of dollars have been stolen from the i american organization Tor Relief in the near Hast recently according to evidence planed Lief Ore charter Allen american Consul Here these it amen Hale us i partly due to the work of dishonest employee in Asia minor and Armenia inn tiler Are also indications that while the Good Wen in transit for in the United states they were subjected to theft. Case of cocain ised in in taken Over from array Contr get a pipe in the United state have been found to contain Only three quarters of the number of tans culled for in the Bill at lading. The space in these eases have Leen Fille with american newspapers of recent Dute. It is related that on the body of an armenian chauffeur who had been shot by bandits was found a letter from a Relief worker to a Superior officer stating that in on shipment of sup youth ambushed at night in revenge for killing Bandit. Series of weird night raids highwaymen make Many attempts to Rob the lonely Rural Home of a wealthy spinster near car-4 Linville Iii. Carlinville Iii sept a Ria of weird night in which a band of robber made five attempts to Rob the lonely farm Home of miss Melissa Mccurdy wealthy spinster at Bunker Iii i 15 Railes from Here. Ended in toe probably fatal shooting of her Nephew Robert Mccurdy eighteen a St. Ixonia High school boy. Visiting tar for the summer. Young Mccurdy who had told Farmers in tii Vicinity of re attacks of that robbers his Story being disco tufted a a hallucination is in a Hospital at Litchfield hot in the Abdomen. Physicians then say in will die. One of band shot. The hooting of acct Fudy. Which occurred a t. A lonely Road a Quarter of a. A f 4 f. m .1 1. Y4 tits tot ttys to to have lie Ltd in reprisal for i having shot a a emitter of re hand during one of the attack in i to farmhouse. Sheriff William Morris in a chief of police Dick Dunn a of Carlinville Ore conducting Fin investigation. At the Hospital i Curdy told his strange Story a tin wohlters appeared tuesday night a be a a. A i was alone in the boo with my aunt and my Stater Mary. There a us four of them and they shot my dog. A the next minute they were Hammer a on the Back door. And i fired at them through the window a thursday night the attack was re plated. And again i shot at them. This time they returned the tire. Friday night the Atn the tug happened and after they had gone i followed them. I came lip ii i hem at a Gap so the he Dice. About a Quarter of a mile from the House end i saw them carrying what linked like a body. They did no to return next night but sunday night t was 01 my Way Home from i tar Chester when an Wuhu Noble was driven up behind no. I stood i the Glare of the Light. A you shot our brother shouted a Man in the car and he a Way noun How and in to the House for a gut a rushed to Hospital. Miss Mccurdy edited Hie Pollee at cart Mill Aud he was rushed to the Hospital. The Mccurdy farmhouse is in the mid of a Java arc tract of Farmland. I Mhz Urdy i said to tune withdrawn a Large him from the Bunker Hill Bauk some time ago following an attempt to my the Safe. Flu lives alone null flue. Save for a brother in la who a on a trip when the Rottmar Sattnek . The sheriff assert die believes the hand is one hmm is. Leu. Dies to save her sister scottish immigrant Girt loses life at Island in heroic attempt at Roeco. New yrs sept. Ilk a Beattie a scottish immigrant girl lost her life Wilb attempting to save from the surf her Lounger sister who had waded beyond her depth. Guards at the temp Rafy detention Quarter it Hoffman Island where Tbs girl were staying because of crowded conditions at the kills Island i Migra lion station rescued the younger sister. Tile body of Eva. Who wore Hung no tied her neck a bag containing the fund which tile two Sisters brought to this country has not been recovered. Woman slain As spouse died big Victory a a sweeps Stai. I of Maine Majo Hitik in favor of g. O. P. Hosein Rem May Hon a High ask Thoits a no Parkhurst for gov Michigan widow found killed in same manner As husband succumbed in april. Detroit my kept. 14.�?lying face we Hay is so i lug majority Frond to be largest Ever Given a governor in the mute of Maine special to the likening journal Portland me., sept. Ill yesterday election return now approaching closely to final in the count show a wonderful Victory for the Republican candidates. Every county in the state seems to have gone Republican that of course a ending a full Republican delegation a Congress. The elected Congress men an Wallace h. White jr., John a. Peters Ira Hershey Ami Carroll i. Breedy. The league of nations to Quot be my one of the much disc based Points of the Campaign but it cannot be said that it was the one 1 North of Detroit the body of mrs. No ichor la Forte was found. Ii or Throat was Cut from car to ear. And an open razor was lying on her shoulder. Mra. I Victory to the republicans. A general feeling of Nares and discontent i with the administration marked the m Ngi int Iii maim. The women.nforte was n w Idow her husband i availed themselves of the having been killed ast april by of nudists in the same manner. Gen. Fayolle legion envoy commander under whom americans fought in France to attend convention. Of porn la arts sept. 14.�?gen. Harte Etoile Karol la. Regard tis having More to do _ _ _ a a _ with tin direct employment of Anteri that maim take the Lead in declare Nulty to vote in Large numbers and it seem that they pretty generally voted the Republican ticket. Mena Tor Harding issued the following statement upon hearing of the returns from maim a the result in Maine is reassurance that the american people mean to return to representative government under the Constitution thru the Agency of the Republican party and can troop limn any other French commander. Will represent the French government at the coming convention of the american legion in Cleveland. Marshal Loch who was unable to a Cpl the legion s invitation because of unsettled european a in ution. Requested that genial Fay be to designated and Premier mlle mid and min j later of War Lefe Vyp a Quot i Cardinal reverses opinion Gibbons urges women of the nation to vote because it it their duty. Baltimore md., sept. 14.�?reversing by former opinion on woman suffrage. Cardinal Gibbon urged till women of tire new ainu to vote not alone because it was their right hut because it was their duty. He said that although he Hud i it eel 1 opposed to woman suffrage because he Felt or would withdraw women from Ute More delicate and sacred Imi amp Una of us us Vav Linn Kijuu my Silt president of Dill Pickle club held by Federal authorities at Racine a rescued by tug. Chicago Rcpt. 14.�?an a almost in Paai Btu Story of a night Long struggle in Lake Michigan in the course of which mrs. John Archibald Jones a drowned told by her husband who is president of the Dill Pickle dub la Chicago caused Federal authorities at Racine wi., to detain him for questioning. Jones is n sort of free Lance artist poet and dramatist and us head of the Tooker Alley club one of the prominent personages in Chicago unconventional Circle. His wife was Anna Mitchell a now York portrait Painter. Living there in greenish Village. They were married at Crown Point la August. Shortly after Jones was divorced from i Ila Beth Gurley Flynn the i. W. W. A Joan of arc Quot and they Mere on their honeymoon when mrs. Jones drowned Jones was found clinging to the Odd Craft in which he and his Bride had embarked. It was fashioned As near As the rules of boat building would permit to the lilies of a Cucumber and on the sail a a big picture of a Dill Pickle. He told his rescuer the Crew of the tug William jr., who found him at two of clock sunday afternoon that he had been in trouble 18 hours. Rom time saturday night or Early yesterday morning he said his wife had Bidden him Farewell. A the last i heard was a dorling i am so weak. I done to think i can lust much longer. I can t hold a soon after Jones said there was no answer to his Calls. The Waves bad washed her away from where by Attu lasing hex a it the Hun. Thomas autopsy i shows Accident find mrs. Pickford a death was due to Poison. Lug for America a mortgaged to the old world but still ready to nerve humanity As american conscience impels. President greets veterans no Trace of violence is found Jack denies stories of wild parties and quarrels. Paris Rcpt. 14.�?-an official autopsy was held on the body of miss Olive Thomas american motion picture actress. And revealed Liat her death last Friday was due to mercurial poisoning. No Trace of violence was found. The autopsy was conducted by or. Paul assisted by or. Choate and or. Warden. Following the report of the pm Val Cia us permission was Given to embalm and Bury the body. In Choate treated miss Thomas after she was taken to the american Hospital in Xet thy from the bit hotel where she swallowed dichloride of Mercury of the morning of sep Teui a or 8. Miss Thomas husband Jack pack Ford wus not in Paris when the Tiu Topsy was performed. He and Owen Moore former husband of Mary pick Ford. Had made a sudden trip to Loudon by Way of air plane. Before leaving Paris Pleakford told his friends that to was breaking Down under the Strain of the tragedy and wanted to get away from Paris Aud its wild life. A she did no to want to die a he said. Quot she took Poison by mistake. We loved each other since the Day we married. A stories and rumours of wild parties and Domestic fights since we left new York ure untrue a men who saw service abroad open Twenty first Encampment in Washington. Washington sept. 14.�?veterans of the Simi Ntah american and the world War and marines who shared in the occupation of Haiti mingled at the opening session of Tho Twenty first Encampment of the veterans of foreign wars. R a letter of Welcome from president Wilson wus read sex prening i regret at i inability to be present in person. Many veterans of the recent War. Both of the army Ami Navy who Are still in the service were among the delegates. The response to in address of Welcome by commissioner brownian of the District of Columbia a delivered by col. F. Warner Darling commander in chief of the veterans organization. Sherman fears blindness Illinois senator must rest for year or lose eyesight specialist declares. Springfield Iii. United state senator Law rence y. Sherman of this City is facing the alternative of a years Complete rest from work or blindness. Specialists have decided there is no other help for him. He said the he half almost worn his Eye out by overwork. Man is slain by parroting police of a Chicago suburb Are confronted with new murder mystery. Chicago. Sept. 14�?the Pollee of cum were confronted with a Ray tory when the body of a Man a Dis covered a Hind barrel and rubbish in the rear of Grant work. L .2h West forty ninth Avenue Cicero. He had Gar i Tai. The body had been in Tho rubbish head about Tim Days the police Hay
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