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Washington Evening Journal (Newspaper) - September 15, 1920, Washington, Iowa
It omit Blini f a a a a a a tag Joav Aat Day i fled Cdamon. The evening journal ship tonight a Tara Day i Root tonight and by and h. Portion thursday. Volume 28 Washington. Iowa evening Heit Milki 15, 12� number 181suffrage cause triumphant switchman now going backs work Lute of Tewha which Art from >9l precincts out of <392 in tit a into he Parkhurst it hip. 133,917 my stir pm�.24l. The precinct in 1010 gave for governor Mali Kim he Curtin Dun. . ,014 250,000 rail workers Are ordered by Union to return at once. 10,000 return at Chicago drown 6 bolshevik Heads thrown into the Neva River during uprising other flee. London sept. 15.�?six of the bolshevik commissioners. It la new Ruml in advice from Berlin have teen drowned in tin Neva in flu Neft Bobo to v in uprising while he other inv hem compelled to my place of Refuge. Final . Is Given to u. S. Suffrage both Connecticut houses act on the Federal amendment. Is thirty seventh state Union fire fighter. It. Roulx. Hot. 15�?-plan for spreading the Mthm Novi that among the or slim of the municipal Are d wore run dered at the third in ital com nil in of the inter r it Lorna association of fighter in Serbun Here. John Grunau head of outlaws say Industrial condition of country is responsible for ending of strike asserts men need Money. Chicago sept. 15.�? deserted by the Chicago District generally a bonded to in it Barm ctr of railroading conditions in the United Siateta the Hoard of ill Rector of the United association of Railroad employers National Union that grew out of the Quot Reto a Quot Chicago yardman s met to order 2r�, Majit switchman Hack to their olm in All part of the United states. John Oroumi head of the Quot outlaw and director of the strike said j Toen would return to work in Chicago i it Ort Felt in Kuhn by 1 Hin ill afghan at Oner. J p i said have been a til it Dis Ilo twit of the Chicago locals patched to ax�?T-1st tin go Tensor of of Hofier a. Vote purporting to How a a j turkestan i projecting the Jorty in favor of continuing the strike i Frontier. Ratlif at Ion by tetnici#1# or t to ally met and there is to further doubt that All the women in this country will vote this november on workers in Cutti Rilet will now turn to Maryland when a pm a clause a Iota of the legislature meets on have Ember 2i, Ami will Onde Svor to a cure the thirty eighth state for ratification in order thut we May still More completely discourage on Legal assault on ratification to which our Oje laments an still resorting result Means nothing Cox democratic not natio says Maine election figures do not sur print him. Reds open drive on India London hears that bolshevik troop Are advancing toward the afghan Frontier. London sept. uni Drevik troops arc advancing toward the afghan Frontier from Bokhara. Ays a Calcutta dispatch to tin i tally Midi quoting re Weller Hlahol. Hot. 15. Governor Fox made the following statement on j the Maine election Quot the result in Maine h no Antiq if. The majority is for by the augmented total vote j Quot Republican Novosal Tinerman i a 8 great into the. State Early and la arts. A a s.-. Is the. P. J Ltd it Quot a a Ltd Quot m Quot a a a we to. I in a memo. A a a . .i.ni. M 11�? i a i Lav for lids Campaign. Rut neither Hon ratified the woman Milf trips 1. Pyrotechnics nor Money a on win the concurrent action taken in Tho legislature against the opinion of gov. Ernora settles question for Ever Mist Paul says. Bandit gang i i kill one of i own members gang pc Fleance Clew follows attempted robbery at Franklin Grove. Victim chicagoan belief found shot twee at close Range had $1,100 in Cash in pocket Chicago factory Foreman is murdered. Said kept Fri Nuto heh tul the Rooming was sudden and effective. Men flock Back to work. The Chicago amp Northwestern group several Hundred men met and about at to immediately returned to work. Striking employees of the Chicago. Milwaukee k St. Paul Railroad took atm in action at another meeting. Quot the Industrial condition of the country 1 responsible for Tho ending of tin strike Quot said tinman. A the men have been wanting to go Hack to work for Home Llone but have held out loyally. So Long is they Emild it work in other line their condition was not so had. But recently the ichor Market lumped. One factory that to employed scores of switchman in emergency work fee not by Laid off nearly All its extra forces. Quot in std Quot the men Pool Money Lonb laity to find other work broke their morale. It is Safe to say that cond Flom Here Are the same us elsewhere. Hence tin action of the directorate in calling off the strike All Over the country. Quot there was no malice shown against j the officer of the Union to the action j of the men. In my own local when 1 saw that the discontented men wanted to go Hack to work i urged them to do so. They showed no malice. They tendered me a vote of thanks and Shook hands with me at the close of the meeting. Explains extra votes. Quot the a atm 2�m no vote brought no by those who have attempted to circulate charges of stuffed ballot boxes in the vote on the referendum represented returns from districts in Northern Indiana and Oldo not generally considered a part of the Chicago District. Inasmuch As the vote 4n the proposition was National there was no reason Why Alt these vote should not have been considered at wave. Quot i have counselled an end to the strike to preserve the organisation. Quot the men were deserting in Large numbers and i believed it better to urge them to return is n unit and strike some sort of Hur Usu with the railroads rather than straggle Back tis individuals and get nothing. Quot the men will work loyally to repair any of the muddling of the National transportation system thut has resulted from the strike. Quot the railroads will profit by the return of 250,<km experienced men and the nation will profit by the improvement of the Railroad this May the opening of the Long threatened Hom Cvik Advance against India. For months soviet agents have been stirring up trouble among tin tribesmen and have caused no end of worry to the British. Clubs for More Home work women of federation at Washington vote to continue household programs. Washington sept. 15. Director of tin general federation of women a flubs unanimously adopted the recommendation of mrs. Thomas g. Winter of i Tinea poll thut the Natl titles of the clubs be continued toward tin improvement of the Home. The clubs scattered throughout the United slates and Alaska have a membership of 2,5<nj,Imi women. Through co operation of state and federation officers with officer of the hubs. It is planned to teach the women of the country conservation in Huy Nito and Merit to the i United states Constitution. Connecticut thus become the thirty a evenly state to ratify the Flibetts Mii amendment. Vote is 216 to 11. The vote in the House on Flie Resolution of ratification was teas 21b miss 11. In tin Senate there was no vote in opposition. Senator Brooks who a opposed woman suffrage declared that j the Resolution was not legally Lief re the legislature. Lie said he would vote for it i>e4aue he would Vole for a similar is Elution when governor fluid coins s4>nds in a copy of the certified amendment which was sent to hit by Secretary of to Etc Colby. Opposed by governor. The action of the legislature was in direct a a a Fhi Irlon to the attitude of Gerv. Marcus h. Ilu Icom. Who earlier in the Day called a Pehu Nessola for j text tuesday to act up Ltd suffrage ratification. The governor said the legislature Hud no Power to enact any other legislation than that for wide it was summoned to act upon. When Republican House Leader King read the Ivil Tiloi for passage of the Federal Sut Trage amendment to the lower Branch. Speaker Walsh asked whether there in any Olin a a ton to the Resolution and there was none. It was ruled in Ryder by the Sjo Eaker. legislature is a Law to map it if Quot it raid. The Roma if was cheered and the Roll a till was begun. All doubt settled. Washington sept. 15.�?�?othe suf fight. It will he decided oui Ide of Maine. Quot in the 1p1ff september he Colon the republicans carried Maine and yet in november president Wilson carried to state and divided the electoral vote in wet Virginia. Shell explosion kills 15 sailors Shell kills members of Crew of japanese warship. Tag household support Thrift in House. Fringe question is Seft Lod forever with of ratification by of a suld miss hold management and improvement Domestic science. Roy h. Kuehling is set free Man 4-iad been held pending investigation As to his wife a death in Potomac. Washington sept. 15.�?roy ii. J it Tehling. Helt by the police fur la veto Gutlon in connection with the drown wig of i wife Gertrude v. Kyle filing. We released after the grand jury in the Hiduk t of it Olum hta court had Vot j �h1 not to return an indict sent Waguiu to him. Kite plug was exonerated by a Coroner jury from blame in com action vol Ali tin death of ids wife which occurred while they were canoeing on the Potomac River inst week. Hylt Ronnei t Cut Quot ii a m Alice Pas ii National Eli airman of the National a Vomund a party. Quot ratification by Connecticut absolutely settles nil doubt As to the completion of the suffrage Campaign Quot she said. A the it Turuwa brought against the legality of a Brora. Iii. Kept. 15. Gang Xen Geathe left u gruesome he a to the identity of bandits who Ottem Pretl to i raid the i Ranklin trove state Bank it int Tiu Grove i. The hew was the body of a Young Vrelt-41 reused Man. Found behind an automobile repair shop which tin bandits raided at Iceland 111. In the Market we a letter addressed to George l. Miller Ifil Png a Avenue Chicago and in Cash. The victim had Iohp ii Slot twi its at it Loe Range at patently Lay has . Lei a rid i Ltd mile from Franklin Grove on the Lin Tail Highway. It was the Roud which tire Hank bandits took when pursued by a Ryffe fusillade they fled from the other town. They were headed the word Chicago n Clr Etui Stuice confirm lug the Perllee in the i Relief that Tel concerned were from the gunman Circle of that City. I use too much dynamic. Of fac attempted raid on the Franklin ride. Miller she Mobile in a Garag How. A at five o clock monday Afi Ernoy in Quot she said Quot he to a a tile Automo dle out saying he would not be Back until late. I did lot notice whether he had any friends with mrs. Harm a thought it possible that Miller had been hired by the Bandit a i chauffeur and that they had shot him when hot it refused to implicate himself further in their operations. The num. Site said had lived at the re my Ming he use with his wife a Nephew and a Niece for several months he left it orly in july she said Ami moved to 17 North Lincoln Street leaving his automobile however at the Park ave i nue place. Factory Foreman murdered. Another killing bearing the Marks of robber was discovered in the factory of the William ii. Jackson com Miny at 1529 South state Street. The victim was John Kotkowski. A manager for the company. His body was found in the washroom the Hull Cru tied by retreated blow and the pm a Eket rifled. Attorneys heard by judge Wagner warding for ban on japs tells californians that nation must Back Pacific coast in excluding undesirables. Marion <�., sept. 15.�?to a delegation of californian senator Harding declare that the nation must Quot stand behind the state of the Pacific coast to relieve them of the difficulties of Oriental immigration and must see that Only such alien As eau be assimilated and imbued with thorough americanism Are admitted. The danger of racial conflict sold the Reyuh Linti nominee must be recognized and provision made to reduce them a it a minimum. He suggested a hat such the a could i a taken without offensive reflection on any race v6. Kimhor cd a the by concluded Tlell afternoon testimony in the Case of David Plankenhorn versus w. J. Edgar a Law suit involving a contract for the Sale of he Edgar farm near Craw Fords the to Blankenhorn was concluded this morning in the District court. E. P. Eicher made the opening address to the court citing a number of authorities which he claimed upheld the plaintiffs Side of the Case. He was followed by j. C. Mccold of it. Pleasant for the defendant and he qua talking at 2 30 this afternoon. H. W. Livingston will address the court briefly on behalf of the plaintiff. The Case has been followed by an audience which filled nearly every seat in the court room most of the spectators coming from the Craw for Dalre Community. The next Case listed for trial is that of the Rock Island railway system against the county Board of supervisors which has to do with damages claimed by the railway in connection with the drainage District near Kalona. Miner is shot in Battle several others wounded in a fight at the Mulga mines near Birmingham. B pm Ligham ala., sept. 15.�?one Miner was shot through the Abdomen and several other were wounded in a fight at tin Mulga mine in Teffer Ltd a Donn to not curing to reports reaching narrow escape for Admiral Fushimi docket Seta fire to a Spanish ship. Tokyo. Sept. 15.�?lieut. Ramada and four or Eiula is of the Crew of the Jap Ines Cruiser Haruza a Era a instantly killed when a Shell being placed in me of the heavy guns prematurely exploded off Llo Koraido. One Petty officer and nine Sailor were fatally injured while two others were slightly wounded. Vice Admiral Prince Fusil my was aboard the Wara hip when the expo j Sion took place hut escaped injury. It in understood the damage was confined to one of the Turret of the ship. Rocket fires Spanish ship. Ferro Spain sept. 15. Fire probably caused from rocket used at a local festival damaged the Spanish training ship in Velayo in the Harbor Here. The flames spread to a number of Small boats we hich were Burner. Gasoline on Hoard the training ship was ignited it is believed by Sparks from the fireworks. Prince a Grove Hank took place a it Fly after i Midnight. The in dlr. Who evidently were loaded the Nee with enough nitroglycerine to blow up n battleship. A a re ult the explosion rocked every building in the Little vol luge and set the resident running to a a had the Hank with Rifle ready for action. The Bandit reached their automobile just it the Vanguard of the citizen arrived and s hk1 away in n rain of Bullet. Tie bandits secured nothing. Seeni tingly determine d not to he entirety bulked however they robbed a store it a Hadman on the Way to Leland. Then came the descent on the automobile repair shop. Ilene there was evidently a quarrel Betws Een the bandits which halted the robbery Indore they had taken anything and ended in the shooting of one of the members. Landlady identifies body. Chicago sept. 15. Park Avenue address i a Rooming House mrs. Francos Barney the proprietor identified the dead Man us a former lodger and told of the Start of the automobile and without ral Alwg the question of Here. Olnee the general strike was racial inferiority or inequality. Ask fund for equipment Rural letter carriers in annual convention to try for $600 a year for maintenance. Indianapolis sept. letter Carrier purpose to Start a Campaign among congressmen for the enactment of legislation granting them an allowance for maintenance of equipment. This was Learned Here when the first a null convention a of the National federation of Rural letter carriers convened. The amount to be asked will he St Loo a year if wus Salt. Edward j. Gainor of Washington president of the National federation of City letter carriers add tossed tiie Rural Carrier. Twenty states Are rep resented and the sessions will continue through Friday. 53r labor loses plea to free prisoners Maine Republican by 65,000 Parkhurst for governor leads Mclntyre by generous plurality entire ticket elected. Portland me., sept. 15.�?Maine went Republican by a Henvy plurality in the election monday. With Only u few isolated towns and plantations which cast a total vote of about b.500 in the state election of 1910, to be heard from Frederick h. Parkhurst Republican candidate for governor led Bertrand c. Man tire h1 <m,50�t_ general amnesty for political prisoners impossible. Attorney general says cases will be considered individually Auto workers Appeal to Wilson. Washington. Sept. 15.�?labor lenders asking general amnesty for political prisoners were told by attorney general Palmer that the government would continue its policy of Quot considering the cases Cleveland sept. 15.�?president Wilson is requested to Pardon nil men and women held to Federal prisons because of their political religious or Industrial beliefs. In a Resolution adopted by the annual convention of the United automobile and aircraft vehicle workers of America. \ league Lansford i big world court league of nations publishes text of project. Called to the Alabama Coal add have been two dynamite and two pistol Battle resulting in one death. Big m. It conference opens Northeast Ohio meeting of methodist episcopal Church largest in world convenes at Cleveland. Cleveland sept. 15.�?Tho nerf Hent Ohio conference of the methodist episcopal Church the largest in the world convened Here with Between 5 10 and 000 ministers at tend or. Bishop wll Lintn e. Anderson of Cincinnati the Bishop of the conference presided. The conference will continue through september 20. Kill insult alabamians avenge remarks made to woman by hanging Noar Hartford. Council urge adoption of scheme to insure International Justice Root member of committee. London sept. 13, Headquarters of i lie league of nation made Public tie Texi of the project for a permanent court of International Justice a adopted by the Hague committee of Jurist. Montgomery ala., sept. 15.�?alto Windham White was lynched near Hartford. Ala., in it Ltd a use of remark he was alleged to have made to a White woman. The woman a husband 1 reported to have telephoned a neighbor to Stop Windham. This was done and soon a number of men arrived. The neighbor refused to surrender the Man until he received a Promise that he would not be harmed. The Man was taken to a nearby a wimp and lynched. Reds plan new offensive Trotsky reported to be personally directing an aggressive movement against the poles. Copenhagen sept. 15.�?leon Trotsky. Bolshevik minister of War. Has of which Kilm Root was a member to or raved at Lida on the polish Buttle front to direct personally a new russian offensive against the roles to Gether with u letter from the Council of the 1 Gigue to All governments which have entered the league of Lutious. The Council of the league in its letter to the government says Quot the Council does not propose to express any opinion on the merits of the scheme until they have had u full Opportunity of considering it Stales thut the project wus prepared by a most competent tribunal representing widely different National Points of View. The questions which the court is competent to determine Between members of tiie league Are Given As follows Quot the interpretation of a treaty. Quot any question of International Law. Cording to a dispatch printed by Tho Alden de. According to the poll taken the russian reds Are fully prepared in tiie Here Niue and Dnieper districts for a Winter Campaign. Two die in flaming plane air mail Pilot and mechanician loot a lives while on duty near Toledo o. Cleveland of. Sept. 15.�?air mall Pilot Walter Steven and mechanician Russell Thomas both of Cleveland were burned to death at three of clock in the Rooming when their plane caught a the exx Stence of any fact which if j fire it an Altitude of 500 feet at pet established would constitute u breach of an International obligation. A the nature or extent of reparation to be made Lor the breach of an International obligation. Quot the interpretation of a sentence passed by the Berville <j., 15 Miles South of Toledo chinese Trade envoys in Moneow. Moscow sept 15.�?a chinese do of gation which 1 to discuss the opon Njg of Trade end consular relation Frith soviet Russia has arrived Hart
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