Le Mars Globe-Post (Newspaper) - October 22, 1923, Lemars, Iowa trim H o - a 01 * h Monday and LE OCTOBER 22, 1923 Official County and City Paper VOLUME 30, NO. COMES TO WES AT THE AGE OF 77 YEARS PIONEER OF PLYMOUTH COUNTY 8INCE 1878 LARGE FAMILY * 4 4<* * * FAIR WEATHER THEN MAYBE * The United Weather following forecast for the period October 22 to 27 I For upper Mississippi and lower Missouri Generally ( air first half of unsettled with ' possibly showers latter rising temperature normal or above thereafter for several Augusta nee was 31, 1846, in H 1870 she was united in marriage to William Werth and in March of the same year they came to America and settled near t the fall of 1878 they moved to Stanton Plymouth where Bhe experienced the hips of pioneer Shortly afterwards she came within * e Influence of the evangelical hareh and united with being an active and faithful worker for many In 1907, they came to where she resided up to the time of ker Ten years ago she joined the St. Pauls Methodist church and had been a member to the Five years ago she suffered a stroke and although up and her health was broken last May he became ill with pleurisy and other At times she rallied u d it was that she would but all that loving hands and medical skill could do was of no and she away peacefully Friday evening at 9 p. m. at the age f 77 2 and 19 at her home In She leaves to mourn her her aged four and two of and Herman of l i r e Gertrude Kohl of and Agues McDougall of also one Mrs. John and five grand - and a boBt f friends and neighbors who will miss her smile and kindly Her place in the borne Is vacant and can never be and only time can efface the sorrow left by a good wife and a loving and sacrificing The funeral Monday afternoon at 2 o at the St. r a n i s Methodist Rev. S. C. assisted by Rev. Davis f the Hildreth Memorial conducting the The four Bons and two sons - in- law acted as LEMARS BAND WILL GIVE 8TOCK FREE POPULAR IRETON COUPLE WED Mlea Viola Kluter and Lester Coats Take Nuptial Vows ireton At the home of the bride's Mr. and Mrs. W. J. - a very pretty wedding took ' at 7: 30 p Tuesday October 16, their only Miss was united In marriage e son of Mrs. Marie * wa kl Opportunity For All to Get In On Big Money at Trifling First Cost ( By Andrew The LeMarB Military Band will entertain the dancers of Plymouth as they never were Their big dance will ' bo held at the Armory Wednesday an orchestra of fifteen composed pt the jazziest and best looking young musicians to be found In Willow Creek This is not to be only for the younger but the old are also urged to on hand as this is going to be something that will be enjoyed by dancers of all With every ticket for the dance you will be absolutely a certificate of ten shares of stock in the Gump Consolidated Hair Brush Company which may be erected In LeMara in the near So you will be one of the stock holders If you purchase a ticket to the The reason for this undertaking is purely for the benefit of the LeMara and Plymouth county The money taken In on this over and above all will go towards securing the services of Mr. of Sioux for rehearsals of the commencing immediately and to be carried through until our concerts begin next The band boys will not receive one not even the orchestra who furnish the music for this monster Several of the band boys live from ten to fifteen miles from LeMarB and come in to the rehearsals Wednesday night sometimes through deep sacrifice their just that LeMars may have a better They get nothing for They are and will continue to do for you who and make up the city of Director Reed promises a real band for next year if we can arrange for and that is the reason for this Show your appreciation of past performances by the ' band and for an even better band in the by buying as many tickets as you can. The LeMars band is the best asset and advertising medium has f t h e German Lutheran in the of the immediate The home was very prettily tor the The bride and groom were attended by Morris Klu tor and and Mrs presiding at the piano play d the wedding Following the a course dinner was Both bride and groom are very popular among the younger set in and are by a host of friends In the The bride was born here and has grown to harming womanhood in Ireton and her education in the Ireton She is talented and The groom is a native of his 80ME PEOPLE GO TOO * * T F O t B A L L A M E S * A LeMars business man n reporter the other day ami wanted to know why the fence WBB put the field at the football The reporter told him to keep the crowd Keep the crowd ho Why I have paid my hard earned money for there Is always Homebody Ins the who prevents mo from the The thought that he was insinuating at him and asked it reporters were Ho it Is the placo for substitutes on the roaches but the general pubic should stay behind tho Copyright by Underwood & Underwood THE AND THE LEANS GO PUSH BALLING Photo shows a push iball game between the fats and the leans on the campus of the University of Southern California in The fat girl holding the ball is Florence and she sure can hold her LE MARS ELEVEN H A W A R D E N V H I G H SCHOOL F E A T 8 L E W A R R I E W I T H 22 T O 0 8CORE Make the v of it. And remember ten of stock in the Gump hair brush and mirror go with every Student i n At Iowa City Wl Represent At Minneapolis Iowa Oct. 22. Francis J. Starzl of managing editor of The Dally official student newspaper of the University of will represent the university chapter of Sigma Delta men's national journalistic fraternity at the convention of the fraternity at Minneapolis on November 19 and 20. Five men have been pledged to the Iowa chapter as Alexander M Miller of Des city editor of The Daily Robert W. Houston of Iowa reporter and Max Coffey of and Graham M. Dean of Lake Buena Vista ibut spent proof Buel G. days in later moving of Cedar editorial with Mr. and Mrs. Black to S. whore he made his home until 1920 when the family returned to He is an industrious and capable young man with a bright future before Hart Not At The Post is informed that George Hart IB not at as in last week's O. D. father of the states that he was hold In Sioux City for a short time only an dthon was released on Ceorge Hart is now in awaiting his trial at Sioux LeMars Cafe Sold H. Johnson of has purchased the LeMars Cafe from Mrs. B. J. He took possession The Inquisitive Reporter FARM LAND SALES ARE PERKING UP The LeMars high school met defeat here afternoon at the hands of tho Hawarden huskies by a score of 22 to 0. Hawarden right pulled a real The Le Mars high school punted in the first The ball went un to Hawarden's goal Smith picked the ball up and traveled the full the for the first touchdown of the LeMars defended the north goal and kicked to Hawarden at the start of the In the first minute of play one of the backfield men for Hawarden tore through the LeMars line for a 20 yard playing him from Hawarden opened up the next play on a forward which was Intercepted by carried the ball for twenty Failing to gain ground the locals With Hawarden in possession of the ball a 25- yard gain was netted out of a run right for three RADIO fe YOUR * AERIAL The is a dispatch from tho Kossuth county I John Algona boy 16 years old met by electrocution just before when an aerial radio wire he was stringing from a garage to the old C. Boy son home fell a city electric wire carrying a change of 2,300 The wire had been fastened to the roof of the and the other end thrown over network of electric and telephone in the landing in the back of the Byson The who was working descended from the and picked up the receiving the full force the In many cases the city of Le 80N 8EES FATHER'S MISTAKE AND STARTS ACTION SALESMEN OF 10 TOO SCORE BUENA VISTA TRY HARD TO TALLY BRING BALL TO 1- UNB BUT FAIL TO PUT 8KIN TWO MEN MEET AWFUL DEATH NEAR Tho Iown and Corn Bolt This IB the fourth article in our series exposing stock For the benefit of our new subscribers we will summarize tho previous Henry Wilford was a prosperous Iowa At the time war was declared Mr. owned 720 acres of good Iowa all clear of $ 18,000 caBU In the hank and his had $ 13,000 l ' I l l l n t h o b f t w h e n w a r w n s declared J r i 8 i l J n i n i w ' t Germany Edwin Mr. under electric wd s & M any rof f was spotted by nQ 8 U c c e 6 ( i e i n o o n v l n c i n g l r e L rfl l B r e ' t ar l e Z s l hig h l h fa l s m t t e h n a o t ug h h e a w n t t d 8 i n n o t a m f a ew k l n on m th o s n e a d tension wires located in the over i v. h i t m i r r m o i loaded him up with stock in a score of promotion from which he was led to expect big Several Farms Change Hands At Good Prices For Cash in Vicinity Of The sale of farm lands ia not so bad any Math Faber of Remsen reports the following in the last few 130 acres 3 miles northeast of Remsen was purchased by P. at $ 260. 200 acres iVi miles south wont of Remsen was bought by Nelson Miller of LeMars at $ 255. 160 acres 9 miles north of Remsen by Henry Krogman at $ 235. 240 acres 7% miles north of Remsen by H. Wersinger at $ 250. These were all cash ThiB column is conducted by a newspaper together with the general Any live question f the on which you want the opinion of five LeMars please to The Inquisitive box 347, Different will be selected tor opinions each issue of this Let's have the - - - j Special Question What to tho petition that was handed to our city council by our to stop the noise at Wator & Light Have our mayor and eity dads no power to stop this r why don't they about K. R. Mayor Wallace The petition was referred to tho committee n consisting of Beattle nd City Attorney H. S. The eity has power to abate a hut the court would have to decide whether or not the noise constitutes a In case the company were * Alderman Harry We took this petition up with tho They said there is nothing they can do to stop the L F. manager of the Lq Mars Water & Light We still take the same As tar as we know It is mechanically impossible to step the noise made by high speed engines without a To operate a condenser we have to have lots of as at the plant aear the If tbo people who to the noise will only offer us some plan that le at all reasonable we a r e willing to try it. f Chiropractors Meet In Sheldon Dr. May Delaney attended a meeting of the Northwest branch of the Iowa Chiropractors which was held in Sheldon last Tho large of chiropractors present were entertained at at the home of Dr. Church and and the business meeting was d at the Chamber of After tho business meeting tho following program was Report on the Chiropractic Psycho- Dr. May Chiropractic for high blood Jo Van Rock Report no the Chiropractic Sanitarium and - what Chiropractic is doing for the Dr. C. Round table Evils of The next meeting will be held in Sioux ln high voltage An aerial strung over a high voltage wire may break in a wind storm and it a wire is underneath It is going to cause a short and either throw the city out of power and light or cause much the one operating the outfit Plymouth Pioneer Dies B. Close the last of the famous firm of Close who were members t the English colony at Le Mars f he early days and who are well ' by all the old settlers to have died at his native io in England two weeks Tho death of Plymouth county pioneer was reported last week ln the Little Free The paper stated that the Close Bros at one time owned nearly all the land in that part ot Lyon county when were doing business under the name of tho Iowa Land The Close brothers personally supervised the building of many sets ot farm buildings in Lyon while they were in and It Is said that in the early eighties they erected 300 sets ot farm buildings ln Lyon and Arioso was injured and son took his place a t This was the quarter when Smith ot Hawarden made his spectacular run the full length ot the field tor a Their chance for a drop kick goal was This quarter ed with a 6 to 0 score for At the opening of the second Hawarden again used the forward pass and netted 35 yards out of it. This put them 5 yards from the scoring A line plunge put the pigskin over for the second Goal was making the total score 12 to 0. Hawarden kicked to Singer receiving the The local boys hit the line for small gains avi made their Falling to make their downs the second time they Hawarden took the ball around left end for 10 They suffered a penalty of 5 backfield being in Holding the visitors to the third LeMars forced Hawarden to L eMars Hawarden fumbled the ball and Hansen Again the local high school The half ended 12, 0 for Simeon was substituted for Parkinson in the second Parkinson was injured in the second Hawarden kicked off to Unable to gain the locals punted and to add to the hard luck they suffered a penalty of 15 yards for tackling tho man receiving the when he signaled for a free After completing a 20 yard Hawarden came back with a 25 yard pass and scored a Goal was making the score 19 to 0. could not play very long as he was In- Arioso was substituted for Simeon but jured badly ln the first Trafford was then substituted for In the last quarter Hawarden added three more points to their tho light of the line for several yards and carried the ball to one foot of tho goal line on a 15- They put the ball over but It was as a Hawarden linesman his which caused a 15- yard Fifteen yards from Meter of Hawarden drop kicked making tbo final count 22 0. The LeMars Hawarden LE Scott Becker LT Klumb LG Strong Kammerer C Stickle Gergen RG Eilers Wendt RT Morgan Hansen RE Bray QB Schoeneman L H Thompson Edwards RH iSmith Arioso FB Meter Parkinson tor Simeon for Arioso for Trafford for Welden feller tor Danne for for L. C. Thompson for C. for of Ohio Smeby of 111., Koch of head The methods used b stock salesmen are exposed by printing and exchange of between the father and Edwin realized happening to his but U r a m F w r | i o % i ' realize what had - happended to The truth about the companies had Car In Which They Were Caught Between Two Fast Moving Trains Denlson August Hanson an Henry Brommann wore Instantly killed Sunday October 14 about 9: 30 o'clock by No. 26, the Fast Mall on tho Chicago & Northwestern The accident occurred on tho Rollins Crossing about one mile oast of Tho men had been In Denison attending the picture show and started for their homes in East Boyer township Mr. Hansen em ployed ' by Walter Hoidon and Mr. Bromann by Martin They went east to tho Lincoln High ay and turned south at the Rollins Crossing about a mile cast ot Tho Lincoln Highway at this point runs parallel with tho C. & N W. Railway and i. sonly about one hundred feet from tho They were traveling at A slow rato of speed probably not more than ton miles nn Freight train No. 133 was go tng west on tho south track and tho engine and a largo part of tho train had passed tho crossing and No. 26 the Fast Mali from the west was ra and these men drove across tho north track and ran into tho freight train which WBB moving at a good rate of their car hurled by tho impact to the west and about the same moment the fast train from tho wost struck tho auto and it was caught between the two and Utterly ground to It would have boen impossible to tel It had been an automobile except that tho engine was found nearly Mr. Lawrence Servoss of this city was returning from Vail with hi stwo children in an auto and saw tho He was coming west and was so close that ho was afraid that he might bo struck by somo of the flying He his oar and ran tq find the horrible fast train had and backed and the con came back to where Mr. voss wa Band thought it best to notify the Mr. n an of the opening of a new used ear exchange at the Gus Pech The purpose of the commenced to come Edwin change is s to provide a market in turned fr war and took hold which used cars can be handled at a to help his father work things fair The prices will be set by They found that most of the water the actual value of the i had gone over the and they ing to the not by what a dealer had to allow in exchange for a new In one of the hardest fought games of football on park this Western Union defeated Buena Vista by game was holding Beuna Vista on tho 1- yard The visitors carried the ball up to the 1- yard their They had four to put tho pig skin For t h times they hit tho gaining an On the fourth down am run was hut the Telegraphers threw them for a loss of 5 At the beginning ot the Ute visitors wore on the receiving defending the north goal and Union was on the giving off carried high ' into the Tiki ball was taken out to the 20- yard With several line ns and end tho visitors maM first Kaupp made som good tackles whilo Beuna Vista wni making Its After seeing could not make their second they the ball carrying out of In all punts were out of With the ball ln possession ot tho they lost 5 tor being off punt woa blocked but was the pig skin on tho 10- yard Again the back tho bull carrying to tho middle ot the Tho visitors tried an aerial which was by Kirkwood made a gain ot 6 but tho locals lost 6 yards tho next play for oft the mighty back skirted right for 10 Tho locals were heM for giving tho visitors the ball on tho middle of tho Buena fumbled but the pig aerial attack was broke so they tried their luck at drop which This gav Western Union tho ball on the 2 1 - yard Another penalty of 5 yards Buffered by Western Union for being off ThiB put them close to and the ball was Tho Storm Lake eleven again tho forward but it ' started to work along the lines of saving everything It developed that the stock salesmen who had gone on their way long before had only acted under instructions from the higher who after a certain time had elapsed started to Marriage Licenses George J. 30 Sioux City Velma 20 Sioux City Rasmus J. 32 Sioux City | manipulate the capital to own Inez 40 Sioux City ( advantage the result that and court actions were started on almost every Calls on the officers of two companies exposed the character of the men who posed as the friends of tho On one call they only had AROUND THE WORLD * IN LE wa S ger of r $ i 10 P 0, 000 l t ha a t l th ey n c J an t ro h ll h o a d x U W J r nothing could be In l v n 2?. S V o e r call they came out with $ 21,153, T h v h i Tww g r Btock held lu that nH L l i L i f vn L d are to do anything but 1 I I M E S o n of false representations 5tT T their and the methods 5 t - y v n H r T O h i w n m l 0 a I by the officers to milk the N o m r A t o k a h e l p e n h * h B l U a r l e s ' B P l l t 1 covered by the Lie o f e i o g u e s e m i s s i o n s and profit on the resale by The car in which the party is driving has the signatures of some of the best known men In Warren G. late president of the Waives Hearing Pat who was arrested Saturday on the charge of waived hearing in Justice Freeman's court this and was bound over to the grand jury of the November term of and placed under 1500 of As the last article clos od Mr Wilford was being sued for dividends paid to him by one fraudulently and accepted by him ln best of He was given three days to settle out of United States has his signature on by paying $ 10 000 and warned 1 & 8 J e f f i g fays i Z h e n o t r n My beat wishes for J g br u e h t in his own Things shall military moi a la You will win is the encouraging remark of Thomas Miss is accompanied by Jack Grace recording and Jean official On a post card Miss Leon gives tho story ot the start ot the race It ia as A dusty September 1, 1916, at the crack of a amid the thunderous shouts of the Nell pilot of the 500,000 mile endurance race around the starts off then happen pretty fast read Wilford wouldn't trust himself to reply but twenty later ho was talking to the Manager ot tho Packing I'm loading that of faced ho Aa a heavy holder in your I hope you'll get the top price for me. And wire me the money for will I need It right over so f Throe daya later after almost ringing tho telephone off tho in t h e came t. Denlson The body of Henry Brora man was he having both arms and one leg broken and tho top of his skull and was undoubtedly instantly The remains of August Hansen wore ghastly as he had been Utterly ground to pieces beneath the cruel and parts of his body were found under a bridge whas Is nearly throe hundred feet distant from the place where tho auto was Tho body ot Brommann and what could bo found in tho dark of Hanson was brought to an undertaking parlor at Denison and relatives wero notified of the and after it became light enough to Sheriff Greene and who bad in the been called wont to tho scene of tho accident and picked up what pieces of the body they could Coroner made a thorough Investigation ot the accident and everything of tho bodies that ho could and came to the conclusion that thoro was no legal bin mo attached to anyone and that an Inquest would bo The cars that were on tho freight train wore sot out at Denison and they plainly told the story of how the auto was ground to pieces between the two moving as marks and scratches wero visible for tho length of five box the lower iron steps being bent and the box on the end of ono truck being broken all to plecos of tho windshield were to be found on all the tracks under tho freight cars as woll as of them SUING TO CONFIRM DIVISION OF WILL after a preliminary run on tho to learn why the Nid and Picking ca race t rack at L ong I sl New I M n n n o n w h H nnf nam U t n H f V i l a Tho party consisting of the a a recording secretary and an official have already covered 335,154 We have had many strange adventures and One of our says Miss was to twist our drive shaft in two in tho of old from water and We had to camp there six days and nights and used tho water in the radiator to In countries where there are no roads we get from the railroad companies to run our machine on the tracks with flange Our over- seas travel Is done on an oil tanker or on a tramp We Company had not for his load ot Henry W. picking up a copy of The read in glaring PICKING COMPANY FAILS Local Packing Concern Goes Into Farmers Heaviest Telephone from Grump and announced as her husband came up from the came over the Conie right in. Want to see very All he Grump and Grouch pretended to We'll start at break the news of the Picking Ask Court to 8ettlo Family Two Other 8mall Petitions Filed Edward Is plaintiff In district court against Anna Gustavo William Orley Frank and Security National bank of Minn. Tho plaintiff asks tho court to confirm the sharing of a will which leaves a Chatsworth Lumber Co. is suing C. M. Hilliker & Son for $ 130, claimed to be duo on E. M. ia plaintiff against J. E. Jackson for $ 93.94, claimed to ibo due for have met all including P a n v a I a l l u r e w l t h a ( i ot M ' hy ' the executives of kings and although it was evident that they captains of and w e r 0 n o t w y l n S a n y leading Tales of the d e - i conference that ot of cold and another some ten days and ship and intense heat of the tropics Henry Willford handed over a. cheek can be told by members of the The endurance race will end in 1925 at the next world's fair The party must earn Us way by lecturing and Miss Leon asked tor a copy ot the Post to add to her file ot press to Grump and Grouch for $ 200, as a fee tor notifying him that he had lost $ 54,000.00 including the car caUle or 108 per cent ot the amount he originally Invested in Picking In the the case ot Colte ( Continued On Page CALL FOR MORE LIGHT 18 BEING ANSWERED Thoy the ball out of bounds on the 30- yard IlaC Union made their first and made 8 yards on tho next play on a Kock to pass was triod but it was broken Tho quarter ended with no The locals had possession ot th ball on the 42- yard A would have meant a great ' was j irv ThO visitors made downs and lost 5 yards on the next play for being off Again Storm Lake made their but suffered a loss of 3 yards on th play when Kaupp broke threw tho line and downed the ln his Buena Vista Hayen WBB injured on punted ibut not taken ont. The locals lost the ball on Tho Beavers used the aerial attack which waB intercepted by Koch o the 82- yard Kock punted on the next Tho Beavers returned the was substituted for Tho Telegraphers failed to mako so punted the Koch's ball carried up to Beuna Vista's 6- yard Tho trying to puck up the rolled it back toward their goal Ho was and tackled over the goal but score did not The Beavers punted to Western A pass from Kock to Kaupp mudo the yardage for tho Buena Vista intercepted ono of locals A freak play in which Buena Vista tried a forward Kirkwood blocked the it into tho hands ot was made In this A complete from Kaupp to Holtzapfel was which netted a gain of 30 At a close distance from the scoring Western Union tried to drop kick which was Buonn recovering tho ( Buona Vista punted to Hayon who returned tho ball for a good but was injured and was taken out of the Hiller was substituted for After for and small gains the half ended with no College Scores Buena Vista was on tho kicking defending the south The failed to make BO tho hall was Buona Vista returned the A 20- yard gain was netted on a pass from Kaupp to Five yards was made on u criSB - cross This brought the pig skin up to drop kicking distance and a drop kick by Koch the first In this tho ( Continued on page 8) CORN TC c l g N O W ' carloads ig m u Dirks Believes That n the Future No Farm Home Will Be out Own Electricity Tho campaign put up by tho Dirks Hardware Co. ot to sell a carload ot Delco farm lighting plants in Plymouth coun I succeeding to such an extent t i all probability it will end with Instead ot ono carload Cherokee county Is liar Mr. Dirks believes that before long no farmer will bo con tout to live as they did fifty years without the benefits of Electricity can be obtained in only two by building high lines to tho city or iby having their own As tho Individual plant is usually much easier to handle and tree from and not to interruption ot the more progressive farmers are coming to consider their farm lighting as being just at necessary aB i coarsa wells and I Tallow No. 1 6 Below Is the average ot the LeMars Wheat - 86 Yellow corn 75 White corn Ear corn - 72 Oats 33 Barloy * 5 DAIRY dairy 46 packing stock 28 Cream 45 Heavy 1* Leghorns 12. Heavy Hens Light Hens IS Boosters W cash 30, trade 31 W U O L AND no. 1, green 0C No. 2, green OS tine 16- 48 medium 10- 11 Tallow No.