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Washington Evening Journal (Newspaper) - September 16, 1920, Washington, Iowa
The evening journal fair Tutti for ant Fhy it Ftp. Wgner Pitt Rah a a pm loft of tote. Volume 28 Washington. Iowa thursday Kvil mid Ltd. 1i�0 number 183 bomb wrecks Morgan offid vote in ill primary is very heavy returns Are slow in coming in Lowden Thompson fight is close. Court adjourns to Friday morning Obj Cmaj choose lems sex senator s ticket sweep the state a regular organisation in Saddle a slaying slugging and shoot ing at the Chicago poll. Or. Krebs gives picnic tuesday is health measures for whole county of to mks policy of keeping i Meks Ami Tow or people fit in concluding lec Turk of the he it pm a a personal efficiency Quot was the them of or. Stanley l. Krebs third anti Laht Loci ure of the and Chib series at the old methodist Church yes Bijj invited to take a Alt at it to nov Home Frank Camy Uil m ii fodder in in Poe Uhing of the county Pleni a to be held it the county Home next Many sending in mrs. Stanhope Dies a explosion eight in new York Home a cooed was sister of mrs. A. Der Tiona by journal readers about service son and formerly 14v-Ed in Washington judge Takh Case under advisement Rock islam Case next about four of clock yesterday afternoon the final argument in the Case of David Blankenhorn against w. J. Edgar was completed and judge 11. F. Wagner took the Case under advisement. He suggested that he might a. ,. Be ready to Render his decision by neat men and salespeople who read s or group of be old. But in a genuine Are Umi it r Toon at i arg it. R 1 Lousy Perl Lac Fig jew a Litton coun a it Quot it a a it a re a we a. Twill bar Murlane. Quot we would like Mote local Lew items a one Courtial Reader suggest on the questionnaire. Quot give us the truth Quot say Anotai mrs a Anderson received word yesterday evening of the death of her is Star mrs. J. T. Stanhope which occurred at her Home in to today Mulac. He was Harrt by to a it Lay amp Balw it a far that the. Or one. A i on t a to a pro. Any non Stan hot. Waa rear. Large met och of tart iwo to no. Intel for any , Obi. H Allt Aari. Hgt j thu Liml a it office of j. P. Morgan a company Bixton up by Bio bomb Plant nest monday. Lily grasped the health judge Wagner is spending today j which the lecturer Laid Down for at Hia Home in Sigourney. The Case their guidance toward greater eff Kock Island railway against i Cliency in their work. To residents at every color Trade Parent that the regular Ihu Noeff c on sept. 20. _ _ that worry Over the Lack of sleep Uff wll he furnished and special cd Congo sept 1ft. Because of the heavy vote returns from a Pali Una Are still Theoni Odete no a slow in Eton Long lit. It is generally emcee def that the Terai son faction of the re i Aidif my part it at Rusi cd Wjk to duty by it Good plurality hut the own Tate t ote it i thou Gid will put the i of Den in Dlanie on the ticket Lewis la nominated. I or the Dino Nnttie ticket n is a of a i site ticket headed by forme senator James Hamilton Lewis for governor has been overwhelmingly i Domet congratulations were Aliot re on tie former it Lois senator him Niter first a it it Init showed the trend of a in operatic sentiment. The text Lexing was a perfunctory operate Uhi. There being i of important Pew wet a. The of a or i regular ticket w til he not snared per it. Waller United state Vennt it a carried with it Walter a Wolf Laid a for lieutenant governor. Arthur w. Chart for Secretary of state a my 4. Brady for auditor Ltd Public a counts. And William a Vau or. Lor it Tiei Imirea. Regular candidates win. James t. Burns for attorney gun Enid was unopposed a was George of Loh Tou for the of face of clerk of lie supreme court. In the race for Eon Gressmen it Large it was i la itt Tliatha organisation endorsed candidates William a bait and c. S. Schneider were both successful Over the third contender. Wiiiiam lion pm. Mat i Frans was us opposed in his candidacy for clerk of the us Ellaie court. Trouble in Chicago. Slaying slugging shooting and kid a Pitt marked the primary elect Quot i in Chicago. To entry profession Church affiliation Politi of the Rock Island railway again St Cliency in their work Itu a other Das if cation. Of we.,.a it you Lent the county Hoard of super i for me strongly advocated four things. Hot Wholan a Quot Quot damages in Conne Eliott with be a he urged drinking greater Quanta. ,. A a Hona drainage District la listed for ties of water explaining the effect ebon Vas usual. And farm Gnu from front to balt k every Day. Froal tomorrow. A settlement is of such a course on the physical and Vau a a pee in Fly urging its member probable in the Case of Wishard is. Mental system this should be Fol and their families to come Andes fans Fer signed for trial following Lowed or. Krebs stated by a course Joy the program which la being pre Tho Rock Island Case. Of deep breathing. He specially pared. The Kaspers Mutual injury dials Are assign to Start Load for emptying the lungs of pois aug ii Issod Aloit members have next monday afternoon. Ions before taking a deep breath. J become inter item and Are urging a Quot is of a Tbs fourth Ihlen on a. ,. Pullover guardianship of Helen Snelson. Outlined was a course of exercises full discharge. Which he called Quot the four Rock la estate of Frank x. Scherrer. Final consisting of rocking motions taken re f by or report approved and distribution or while the person is lying on his Back Nash a Hig share trod or his stomach with both feet and picnic and other estate of Lena Rath. Hearing on head elevated. Plenty of sleep is the Imd Good sized sept. 20. 1 fourth requirement for health. A grounds of the county estate of n. W. Noecker. Hearing cording to or. Krebs. He declared Hori my it pm thousand people free Exchange suspe10s Here a one for instance i the body will arrive Here on sat typical of Many that have Rujay morning and the funeral been received we think tie Jou mpr Vire will he held at the a. Ander son Home on sunday afternoon at operation in hunk Exchange Mas. Get along without it. We read it. Three o clock conducted by or. A w. Bowers of the methodist Church efforts will ire made to look yesterday and today brought in a Hank of completed questionnaires burial will be in the Stanhope lot that re illuminating and interest in Wood la an cemetery ing. Journal Reader Are taking j Mary Alice Stanhope was Horn in it holy to the id Are apparent Lih cily March 4. 1s66. The Daub by doing their Best to give us the in for of Harrje on Arnold Ball and honest opinion concerning the paper m the w a of to. A of and the advertisers who Are a care ,. Wild r. Kul arly in the journal col her Marrius. On octet or 2�. Urn. 1891, to Josept Tasso Stanhope. A one Reader even goes so far As to spent in this City. After graduating county towns will a concede that Quot the journal is the from the High school in the class of delegations the by daily paper in 18s3 she taught for a time in the Home will that a some compliment any Way Miller school West of the City. You look at it. J the Home of or. And mrs. Stan of tin other hand j hop for a number of years was in after 1 pm they re not All compbmen-j0n,a, moving then to Manchester itary. Not by any Good sound scolding Are air coming in occasionally just by Way in on the picnic. Hington will fur the crowd at the Jien ded today Ltd account of the explosion is Oechsl to the evening journal new York. Most. If a the 4. A Morgan a of Fly a a building Tofty was wrecked by an explosion that Shook the entire Exchange District. Eight persons were killed and Many were seriously injured Alt to none i it of the Morgan firm wore Hurt. Ali explosion was the result of a big bomb planted inside the build ing. New York sept. 1�.�?police have Esti tufted the Lead in Wall explosion at thirty. Two Hun. Dry a were Hurt. The blast is to Iowa and Lair of Sioux our Jjo a it my to my. In a in due to collision most of their married Lii a. It a a to Ltd a track carrying exp lives estate of Rowena Clifton. Order a worse than the loss of sleep itself for Sale of real estate As prayed. In j in enumerating his ideas on keep _ eluding orders entered in causes nos. Eng fit and How to do it or. Krebs. It f capably. 4i a 991 and 9792 on civil Cal inject a con id Rable amount of a announced yesterday an. Talk i it a 4 Serra or at f to tote t 1 _ a mar endear. And the amounts of settlement i humor into his argument and at plane has been engaged for the Day of variety and the journal is called Toledo Ohio which to 7 la old a re Publ toned to my ,.dured he audience Lobi will Nak. Exhibition a Uuk for . Or to two Ohleh u the us valid clauses and ordered by the help him illustrate the stunts which is senders one few Haf we did no to know we Hud. The City has since Beta to Muir n it company a offices. Job hd.u�,.lr�tor of said Etc. Add j to Prue Tolces daily us a Means. 7i i. A us la Olen in Urford use due ton of ill tire the handling of three children acre Horn into . �,.of i p. Mar Llonel Bond i4�?zn. Of Keople in the remarkable men Quot a lined. Window Oral a a we Thlu. Pm Toto a a their Home a daughter. A i. Bow he rms estate of Eile. Kuhn. Will and i and physical trim which he re i a the pm a a lined on window Jain kinds o advertising and want Wii him a few Ewurs after birth in jury a in Bis in Ards a Itig Texe it a a other forms of Tala Arff oin it George Edward Vrem �?�vhrtf1�?11i a a a distributed. The Ai it eak is will be frankly pointed Outi and these cult i August 28 lk9�. If Vitta but five Mai ugly to it hate and John Kahn he said that three times confirmed As executor without Bond. Iff he was so sick that physicians had Given him up. But by pursuing the plans he urged on his washing estate of John. Long. Will admitted to probate and r. S. Dix nominated As executor having declined ton audience he keeps absolutely to serve. S. M. Hoffman appointed r healthy mentally and physically As administrator with the will an j the Krebs lectures were a distinct item a and ordered to give Bond in announced within a few Days. Icis Nis Are exactly a that the journal a ants to know. The sum of i20,<�0� estate of James Palmer. Hearing on set 20. Civil orders j. A. Harrison is. H. F. Griffin it us. Defendant Given ten Days in which to file answer. A mrs. W. To it. Martin went a ast evening to Pittsburgh pa., to vhf to Success being heard by Large Audi relative fences each night and exerting a stimulating influence on the people passenger Utick 1918 seven of the Community who genre ethers com1,ioa�?T a amp n ill its. 154 Iti the Hus Nesh hts us a about town. Roserly lived Here was Union Suriou Settle Wishard it al is. John w. J for time following the Accident. He was bleeding profusely from cuts on the head and face and was Given Foster it al. Trial and decree Louis Baird is. Henkel amp Brown $72.50 bed in order of Sal in estate of Kowena Clifton. Cecil Roney is. Philip Roney. Default of defendant. Decree of divorce As prayed at plaintiff a a Cost. Let to a l. Danaker is. Louis dunh Ker Deere a of divorce As prayed at plaintiffs costs. Custody of child to plaintiff. Hurt in wreck on Way to the fair a precinct watcher Wnm shot the death. By a policeman u Deputy sheriff a a Clifton and plaintiff to Costa locked up in detective la a it it jut trip a j a. M. Turner is. John a Lifton an after in tag overpowered Ulm distort i bran Clifton. Settled by la it Tom Olix an a docents of Cani Pugin and costs Ami same i us ii a in workers a Ere bruised in tights. A number of arrests were made on charges of violating tie election Laws a a Tosati its of kidnapping my lion al workers were excl need freely among the rival Eam sign Hedqui inters and there were ref its for in Many polling places hut Hind of or turd sluggers a a fre dashing through tin City in tend tinting voters and workers. Michael Fennessy Hie Man who was killed was shot through thu it stomach by policeman Thomas f. Powers of the Englewood san tip a in a dispute. U. S. Mail air plane lost left Reno nev., tuesday morning for Elko 200 Miles East not seen since. Re a. Nev., sept. 1 1.�?pilot Eaton in charge of a United states air mail plane which left Here tuesday morning for Elko 2<m Miles East has tint been heard from. Eaton is believed to have missed his course und was forced to land somewhere in the Nevada desert. Every Point in Nevada Lias been reached by Telegraph or Telephone in an Effort to locate Eaton Ami his plane but thus far no word has been received. The plane carries 4oo pounds of mall. Motion of defendant submitted and prompt medical attention from Ains sustained As to ground. I. 2 and 2 Worth. Overruled As to grounds 4 and of. The other three people in the both part Tea except. Wilcox car escaped without injury. W. A. Dusenberry is Herman j Schultz. Settled and costs paid. G. W. Hay is. John it Liron. Emma. A or it and mrs. J. W. Davison Are Clifton. Cause settled but s ,4. Vianen jog the Columbus Junction fair and same established an a claim m a today. The order of Sale in estate of Kowena months to Gladden the Home and., ,.whom the Parent have never it l.�irei., to mount. A Damiter. Aik front the handle of questionnaires that Are already on file the opinions j was Given to them later and has of journal concern ill for a j the Joy and Comfort of both Tain features of the journal. The parents and upon whom the Mother want ads for instance Are Ulver had leaned during the last years of ully Rui. According to the reports failing health which terminated in sent in from the country districts. Her doth on wednesday of this a Fred Kupka of the West Chat Ter Community was in town today on business. In Washington Low a we have an and a 20-Inch sew Smalley ens Ilage Cutter Price $507.50 and $592.75 one 15-Inch second hand Appleton Cutter in Good Walt masons rhymes Are very popular and the editorials Are apparently Well received with local news ,.h Yetf Herat and correspondence letter showing Strong in Hie estimation of the readers. Boy will collect week. While it was realized t hat mrs. Stanhope was in a serious condition the word or her passing came As a Shock to All her Sisters. Mrs. Stanhope was the fifth of1 eight Sisters and the first to be Tak seven passenger Buick 1918 lat night the questionnaires eur. Surviving her Are mrs. A. Anver delivered to the subscribers in Derson of this City mrs. Elizabeth the City by the Carrier boys and Mclaughlin of Detroit. Mich. Mrs. Condition Price $175.00 one Money those will be collected by the toys Mccleery of Santa Ana Calif. Maker 16x18 Hay press equipped saturday Forenoon. Town subscribe i or face a Anderson of Des with self feeder Price $975.00. Saui err at e asked to have the envelope m los w t a Whito and son tractor two Bottom plow and 8 ready at that time and for the Sake a we Ilde of Fooria til foot tandem disc Price on outfit of convenience they May to left in mrs Walter b. Ilde of Tom us $1480.65. Hart Parr-30 tractor a conspicuous place on Tho porch if and mrs. C. D. Hunt of Mont a Rte of the 3-Bottom plow and 10-foot Rod desired where the Hoys can collect Minn. An Only brother Joseph Kun Frondel al condition for Sale it Lark Crick lean tandem disc Price on out them without disturbing the House Gar died in 1878. It Willits. 182i2 Ifft $1966.dt�. One 50 Ami one 75-j hold. J mrs. Stanhope was an Earnest foot 6 and 7 Inch Goodyear Kline t the idea is creating a Lively in cd Christ Lati woman a member of the a advertisements Are news. Read tight Belt Price $46.20 und $79.20. I Terest and the journal deeply App re methodist episcopal Church a Home them. I at masons opposite Post office. Dates to. Frank and Friendly Coop an j me Nakor and fond of Tho finer things of life. She was a True Friend. Campaign literature former Washington Young people victims of crash Early this afternoon ask Serbia withdraw army albanians make request to Powers that they urge action it is announced. Washington sept. 1ft.�?president Wilson and Premier Lloyd George and mall Brand have Imen asked by tin albanian government to unite in a diplomatic demand upon Serbia to withdraw All troop from within the territory of Albania it a announced j Imp Vii a thy a ijii.upui�uu5 a 1 Cuney of Washington Tui mrs. Hanford Wilcox and. A Finley both of whom live near Ainsworth were quite severely injured this afternoon while on their Way to Hie Columbus Junction fair or. And mrs. Wilcox and or. And mrs. Finney and Little daughter Hel pm. Were in the Wilcox car. Which was truck by a machine approaching from the Soutsi at the j. M. Stewart Corner on the White Way East of Ainsworth. The Driver of this car was a woman whose name could not be Learned this afternoon. The Wilcox car was struck on the hid near the rear and was badly damaged. The other automobile escaped any serious injury and its oct cup ants were unhurt. Mrs. Wilcox was brought to the Home of her parents or. And mrs. V. P. Mccaulley on East Washington Street. Her most serious injury seemed to be at the Buck of her neck and the exact nature of it was undetermined Early this afternoon. She sustained cuts about the head. Or Finney who is a brother of oration that is being received. The advertisers Are receiving a variety of mention. When criticism is used it is obviously done in a kindly spirit and most of the suggestions Are of a constructive nature. Fill out your questionnaire extra copies May be obtained at the journal office. At High noon today was solemnized the marriage of miss Olive Juanita Ben old and or Daryl Mathers. Fifty guests relatives and friends of both families witnessed the ceremony which was performed by the Rev. A. R. Oates. The scene of the wedding was the old Homestead near Ainsworth belonging to the brides grandparents. Or. And mrs. F. B. Miller where her parents or. And mrs. I. B. Rabenold were married. Yellow and White was the color scheme which was carried out in the decorations of Sunburst and Ward roses and Golden Rod. Before the ceremony mrs. Emily Mathers Brown played andantino in 11 Flat by Harold , and Sang sweetly a love in a Agnes Clune Quinlan. She then played the wedding March from Lohengrin to the strains of which the bridal procession appeared to a Rev. A r. Oates leading followed by the Tost Man Ora Huggins then came the Groom. Miss Wilma Paul the bridesmaid und Martha Mathers the Little Flower girl with a Basket of roses Ronald Rabenold who carried the rings in a bouquet of roses and the Bride. They took their places under an Arch of White and Green where the double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. A. R. Oates. The Bride looked Lovely in a White Satin creation with Pearl embroidery. She carried a Shower bouquet of brides roses and Sweet aly�8um. The bridesmaid mins Paul was attired in a frock of delicate organdy and wore a Corsage of Sunburst roses. After congratulations a four course wedding dinner was served. The Centrepiece of the Bride s table was a big Bank of roses and Golden Rod. While the Small tables had a Small vase of roses in the Center. The place cards were brides slippers. Miss Verna Lewis miss Marjorie Cunningham miss Olive Moore miss Vivian Booth miss Hazel Booth and miss Cecile Cole friends of the Bride served the dinner. The girls were dressed in White and wore Sunburst roses Given them by the Bride. A big White wedding cake was Cut by the Bride. Among the guests from Washington who were at the wedding were or. And mrs. Glenn Chambers or. And mrs. Ray Huggins or. And mrs. Will Mcginnis and the misses Marjorie Cunningham und Verna Lewis. Tho guests from a distance included mrs. L. D. Hill Coggen or and mrs. George Brown Keota mrs. Mary Rabenold. Grandmother of the Bride Columbus Junction mrs. Lydia Wehr great aunt of the Bride Des Moines and Rodney Rabenold from Monmouth Illinois. The new mrs. Mathers is a Well known Washington county girl and has lived in the Ainsworth Community. She is a graduate of the Washington High St Hool and took a special course in Domestic science at the Iowa state College at Ames and completed the primary course at the Iowa state teachers College. During the last few years she has been a very successful teacher at Belle Plaine Conesville and in the Grade school at Haskins. Her personality and her educational equipment help to fit her for the part she will play in life that of a Happy Home maker. The Groom is a son of or. And mrs. John c. Mathers and has spent most of his year on the Home farm in partnership with Bis father. Dur ing the War he served with distinction in the famous Rainbow division he and hi4 Bride have been sweetheart for ten years. The Large number of wedding gifts which they have received Are testimonials to the High regard in which they Are held. That Prosperity and happiness May he their lot in life is the wish of Many friends ,.
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