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Pella Chronicle (Newspaper) - July 20, 1922, Pella, Iowa The Official County Newspaper MIX IN R. R. TROUBLE i Governor Says Violence Will Not Be tolerated I The fallowing unsigned but enclosed in envelope with the return card ot the Executive Department of the State of State SUFFERS FROM BIG STORM THT TO t me or state 1 T* L. OFFICIALS Capitol Des and HUNDREDS OF TREES BROKEN AND FROM DOING WORK at 008 was received timm AT TELEPHONE WIRES BADLY I at the Chronicle office Tuesday of this Des July 16 Kendall out coal miners publication the following wind storm Pella has had in sympathy with the strike of - years occurred Sunday railroad shop demanded Is reported to me tonight that In evening about 8:30 It was that three Minneapolis and St. some sections of the State of accompanied by a heavy rain and officials stop the work they violence are being employed to pre- thunder and doing on the company's right of vent men performing certain was but very little m to keep the trains ot It such tactics are re- age by and there were no sorted they will not be tolerated Tin L. C. assistant in The right of any man to J 0. 1u,t work pleasure is ant mechanical and A. beyond But equally the a few until the light wires general all of 01 any man to engage tn were Droken by which refused to comply with the re- roate labor 18 guaranteed by the con- ieft the congregations in The quests and it is believed that the only and and be will be - On the Road of Good Intentions The storm while hundreds of people were at and it was only only thing that prevented violence was the presence of Shoriff Charles B. Dear tnger and several The Minneapolis & St. Louis officials arrived here early in the day and started to the road does not maintain a shop they engaged themselves in making neces sary repairs to loaded coal in the tenders took cinders from the Are Shortly before a band of six ty striking union coal ap the officials and after con talk demanded that they quit work by three o'clock in the The men continued their Shortly after 3 o'clock the striking coal miners their number having been increased to nearly 100. Shoriff warned the men that vio lence would not be permitted and the miners contented themselves with yelling remarks to the railroad The officials explained to the min who appeared to be the leaders of the mob that they were not They pointed out that their only purpose in being In Albia was to do necessary work about the road's en to keep them in running fully protected in the enjoyment this right by every power which the | State can dense broken by flashes of frightened many children and some older so there was much confusion until lights were brought from nearby houses to give some After about an the were able to get out on the streets and pick their way home through the fallen limbs and pools of ' A wilderness of fallen limbs and trees greeted our people when they arose Monday ' and many were thankful for the narrow escapes from severe loss and injury as they beheld the debris of the storm all about their Throughout the southern half of the were blown and hundreds of John and Gerrit sons of R. trees suffered broken On the H. Eysink living eight miles north of Central College campus and on the Pella had a very thrilling adventure West Market there was the water of Elk Creek Sunday what the appearance of a clearing on escaping death by only a very which the felled trees had not yet been after seeing their trimmed The park in the center did not Buffer ID TEAM DROWNED IN ELK CREEK | DRIYER IN TREE TOP FOR THREE narrow team and buggy whirled away In the 10f the although there were many limbs off Although so many trees were The two young men were on their | way home and came to the bridge over Elk Creek about midnight rooted or broken but ing the heavy storm in which three done to barn was moved from the Local authorities were considerably T I Z and a few cases roots were over what may take place 8 w ed by wind and in others falling trees today in case the railroad officials I m 2f' broke cornices and and a tew continue to which they said \i be and ride foundations suffered from the flood of they intended to The men worked the on water that accompanied the along the company's right of way no family was driven from jn several hundred feet of the and no. one suffered bodily do was completed by the men 6 ' ' left at 10 presumably for tod * ey top thrown back and were sitting The greatest loss fell on the city and upon the Fowler up on the back of the seat to protect Telephone both having hundreds Pella Woman's Brother themselves as much as possible from the When in the deepest part 01 the thc current overturned escapes tbe and it and the team were swept throwing the boys into Mrs. H. M. wife of the the tor of the Second Reformed church in Neither of the young men factory put into use Mon received word this week ot the but John finally was able - - - narrow * of broken wires and many broken There was no electric light following the storm throughout the and service was not restored In some parts of town during the next The power line that conveys cur rent to the Garden City Feeder Com INVITED TO RESUME MINING PRESIDENT SATS GO TO WORK AND ASKS GOVERNORS TO WORKERS There has been little change in the strike situation during the past The coal miners that have idle since April 1st show no inclination resume work and have declined a proposition made to them by the government to submit their differences with the operators to The operators in Iowa and some other sections accepted mediatory otter of and those in other sections agreed to It with certain Lockjaw Victim Deprived of Medical Attention 4-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. said to be from 111., who was taken from a faith healer to a hospital on an order of Juvenile died of lockjaw for which It Is charged the child had no medical July 7 the child's left hand was severely Injured In a pulley of a hay machine according to Dr. L. A. county coroner no doctor had attended the Injury until Friday when the child was brought to his Hearing of the Pentecostal being held here the parents borrowed enough money to bring him to the healer In an attempt to save him The action of the court followed a visit to the child of Newton W. the failure of the county Drs. J. F. to bring the miners and who accompanied together on an arbitration President Harding operators to resume the of If anyone that The newspapers Interred DEFEATED BY PELLA TEAM BUSSEY FALLS FOR THIRD TIME BEFORE OUR FAST LEGION day and the one that operates the machinery of the Chronicle escape from death of her land on his feet In water through Lieutenant Carl Fasteneau at which he could wade to d othar uptown ln the flyinn field at The rlt caught the branches of a late ln the The newspapers have carried accounts ot tree and saved himself from death hone Company had quite as the which some ot our by clinging to It. His after S tn do as the Heht ers have seen without knowing that recovering a little from his certain Pella people had more than a Ing and struggling in the A interest in the The started to get and The have following from a Dayton ed the home of jap De from the tells which an alarm was sent out through Carl Des McCook the neighborhood by The the during field considers himself party various means of getting rne rain was quite general ate to be alive His reason is a Gerrit to shore and finally succeeded throughout this about three successful landing after losing with the aid of a pan used for storra two cylinders and a crankshaft ing which was used as a does not seem tp have more while flying at of 12,000 ' tha? a distance either to the Gerrit was very nearly overcome east or t0 the 01 The accident happened yesterday by his experiences ln the water and incident of the storm was when Fasteneau was doing from the chill of hanging ln the tree heavy loss of life among Sam mental flying at high for three hours or and Van vlIet counted twenty six dead mately seven miles southwest of attention was It Is thought in the vicinity of hlB home on bur Wright that he will soon be all right and others told of finding momentarily at discovery John was soon over the effects of his many under the We don't know ot his loss at such great the The team was drowned in whether the birds were killed by the pilot set about righting his ship and the small amount of hall which fell or bringing It under and aided whether were drowned by the Lightning struck Jim Van College barn on Huber Street a by the altitude he was able to do this Professor and then glide Into Wright Jansen T ing - of McCook field are teneau s ship which fell Into a ns science and the the bible is caught fire Persons finding science is Such is the far as he can either crankshaft and the of the missing cylinders are asked to com- Christian Reformed church in session with the McCook BEE MEN TO commanding Orange City As a result of the Professor Jansen of the Calvin College in Grand Is minus his It was alleged at the trial that Professor The hall which fell during the storm was of small consequence except in that part of town near the Blommers It was of sufficient size and quantity to do considerable damage to grapes and A meeting for all the beekeepers to Jail for Sng Breaking Quarantine * 8.tead-0t the the church which fosters Calvin beekeepers Interested In Professor Jansen that Ing a county association and in the walls of Jericho tell through ting a demonstration means of an earthquake that the The woman tore down ed should not fail to attend this waters of the Red Sea were parted by the card last Sunday and a very strong The majority of left the home with Borne Albia parties Marion county is not up with a few and elders attending the Local authorities enlisted the aid of of her neighboring a synodical sessions diri nnt keepers Association but * wun m- share of good Interested the students in Professor Jensen's before the mayor a few days Let us all boost for n I've county classes side with Win in his and the case was taken under County The two Rose children J. W. will be kept by the father while Mrs. J. J. The Pella National Bank is Rose 1b Berving her Break ing a new ooat ot paint on the outside ing a quarantine ot any sort is a A. D. Van Skike returned to her this The bank was recently re- er serious and is punishable home at Des Moines Saturday after painted and redecorated Kuy by fine or a week's visit at the home of her per's Music HouBe next door west ot The case 1b 6ne of the first handled Mrs. John W. Vander the bank 1b alBO receiving some new here for Bome Mrs. Tom Rose was given a thirty day jail sentence by Mayor Frank E. Smith today for breaking diphtheria and the fury of tho but a day later the president passed the buck to the governors ot the states and asked them to join him in the invitation to the coal -As this is written the country is anxiously watching to see whether all the delay has been because the operators of coal mines have been waiting for someone to invite them to start work in their In many quarters the opinion has been fairly general that something else was the an indisposition on the part of some men to dig coal under existing conditions and an unwillingness on their part for anyone else to do so. Those who are indisposed to work at mining have enforcing their will regarding who would work by method they have chosen to use and have met with little or no opposition on the part of the chosen officials of the Pella is much Interested to find out whether Phil Bishop and other operators in section are influenced more by President Harding's invitation to resume backed up by Governor Kendall's pledge of of the to the program or by the warning of the striking miners in the south part of the county not to Judged bv past performances of the president and the tho odds are on the All the coal used in Pella for about two weeks has been brought In by i railroad from The largest ] consumer at this time is the municipal light and power the plant has not been obliged to shut and It is hoped that sufficient fuel can be obtained to keep It If tho plant should be not only would the city's light and supply be cut but much of the Industry of the community would be The Garden City Feeder the Buerkens Mfg. the Chronicle and other newspapers of the the meat marble and various other industries are all large users of electric some of them would be put out of business entirely and all would be hindered by the closing of the municipal It would seem unreasonable that a community in tho heart of the conl belt could be reduced to Idleness from lack of and most people refuse to consider such a They are we basing their optimism on anything they expect done by the proclamations of President Harding and Governor but upon a feeling that a rational community will not submit to such Interference ln its necessary occupations by outsiders without taking matters tn its own hands and securing the fuel that Is so close at It Is to be hoped that it will not be necessary Mr. Roberts to the tent by the court's Friday afternoon after the visit to Dr. Hammer's office the parents said they would leave for home that night but they failed to do remaining for the services in the They came The hones on nothing being left but the according to Sheriff said when he went to the camp to take the child to the hospital the parents and other told him that Dr. Hammer had said there was nothing wrong with the When asked about the doctor told them that the baby should be taken to a hospital and kept there and that he was liable to lose his The father told the according to Mr. that If the child would make the sheriff pay for can persecute us In this world but you cannot In the he told the The Pella ball team and fans went to Friday to play Bussey on a neutral They showed for the third time this year that Bussey is not In the same class with De Haan was pitching good allowing only four while the Pella boys were collecting He was only In one or two bad In the fifth there was a second and he pegged down there to catch the runner but no one was there to catch his It went out Into center field and the runner tried to score but M. made a perfect peg und caught him six feet off home Again ln the eighth a hit and sacrifice put a man on second but D. Gale and J. caught him between them and D. Gale ran him In the ninth with a putting two men on J. took a grounder near third and touched the runner coming from Their 4 hits were scattered over that many and with the rest ot the team playing he allowed no The fans here who witnessed the game with possibly will remember the pitcher who walked out of the box several he was in the box for G. It seemed as though all the Pella rooters there knew him and he was the for their Nevertheless he pitched a good giving Pella six scattered In fact it was his own that lost the game for In the fifth there was one out and De Bruyn was on J. was up and put one to Gott who threw to first of or at least holding his man on De Bruyn The latter secured two hits out of 3 trips to the It was an Interesting only one error being made and It by There was not enough strikeouts to eliminate the good fielding by Contract Let for White Way Improvement amounting to have been let here by the Keokuk county board of supervisors for grading and bridge building on live miles of White Way east of The work begins two miles east of and extends straight east for live miles to the Baden of Chariton got the contract for the grading which amounts to while the bridge building contract was let to John of The White Way has already been brought to grade ready for hard surfacing from the west county line to two miles east of Sigourney and the new contracts continue the work five miles farther east. The road thus far has been approved by the state highway From the Baden corner east tho grading Is being delayed on account of the endeavors of Keota and Harper to get the road through those two If the White Way misses them it will be without a turn through the entire with only one railroad crossing and that ln and and made good throws to One thing happened that was rather lucky for the One man on the Pella team threw a bad one to first and it went past and hit a post back of the base and bounced back into the Sack picked It up and put It on the runner who had turned the wrong way and started for Ver Steeg caught two nice ones In left H. Gale played his usual good game behind the Pella stole five D. Gale 2 and H. Ver running for 2 and De Bruyn 1. D. Gale always chalks up one or more of In an article published In the Chronicle several weeks clipped from the Bussey the editor seemed to think that Pella was the Bussy We do not think but from all we could see at any of the the local bunch are better ball By the summary it will be seen that the best team Pella 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0; 1. De 4; off Gott Wild Haan 1. Base on off De 1 Gott Porter and Time of 1:30. 0 0 6. and PELLA WINS FROM MILO Syrus H. and Miss Nellie both of were united in marriage by Rev. George pastor ot the Third Reformed at the home of the officiating clergyman Thursday July 13. Both these young people are well known ln the Mr. Keuning being a workman at the Garden City factory and his bride being a highly respected young The joins their many friends in best wishes and legal when the health and prosperity of an Industrious community is attacked by It is hard to say how long It to meet with other than will be endured ln The ball game at Milo Wednesday afternoon resulted in a score of 4 to 3 in favor of It was said by those seeing It to have been a close and Interesting Milo will be remembered as the team that played here a few years ago and had a record of almost no A part of the players of that day are still on the The report says that in the ninth with three men on bases and one Do who had allowed seven hits iin tn that was taken out and Ver Steeg put In. He struck out the next two ending their John Hoeksema and Alice both of were united In marriage by Rev. F. N. Byram at the home of the officiating clergyman at 8:00 p. m. July 18, 1922. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Koopmans and Is a well known young lady of the Mr. Hoeksema is the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Hoeksema and Is employed at the Auto Service Co. as a The fathers of the young people were witnesses of the The Chronicle joins ' ln congratulations and best wishes for and Mrs. 78 0755 0654
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