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   Ackley World Journal (Newspaper) - March 19, 1925, Ackley, Iowa                                VOLUME S FURY IN ILLINOIS TAKES TOLL Of MARCH WIND AND FIRE DESTROY TOWNS IN THREE STATES Towns and Cities Many People by lied and More than nre reported tornado whi ern Illinois cauaini fteen persona killed orymjured by a south nd Indiana late yester property damage and out several West a mining suffered the greatest loss of estimates of the dead running as high as thirty miles southwest of West with a population of suffered severely with a casuality list reported as high as Great havoc was wrought to buildings in this city and fire broke out in the On report of this situation an effort was made by Small to send troops to while relief trains and Red workers pre pared to depart from Chicago and Louis for the storm Seek Bodies Through Night Darkness descended over the deso lated area shortlyafter the wind had twisted its way to the northeast and the streets of the towns demolished were filled with frantic inhabitants damboring over the piles of wreckage seeking missingfriends and From the recesses of the jumbled timbers came the injured per who were pinried beneath the while the bodies of the slain could be seen far downiife the whence it was extricate Towns in Storms woman have been found in one of the and a little girl was killed by a speeding automobile in West Palm Beach which was racing to the fire The entire fire departments of Miami Lake Fort and Fort Lauderdale have arrived to aid the Palm Beach The north end of Palm Americas winter was a roaring inferno with the Breakers and Palm Beach hotels de stroyed by fire at a loss of number of cottages have been de the famous gambling also has been Besides the loss from valu ables running up to at belonging to who had no time to save were MAPEHOMELESS FIRE X IN TOKIO March thjus arid persons were rendered homeless when a conflagration Tokio destroying Briefs of tbc flDornlno More than 800 many injured towns destroyed millions in damages done by tornado which sweeps Mis and Eyewitness tells of horrors of tor nado which wrecked town of DeSoto and killed many school Red Cross uses radio to call nurses and doctors special train carries them to storm area in Three big hotels burned in fire at Palm Admirals defense of Teapot Dome oil lease is icd by a tTiuys at Rescuers fail to reach thirtyfour entombed in West Virginia mine wrecked by Michigan senate approves legislat ive reapportionment bill giving Wayne county two more Twenty thousand made homeless by fire in Tokio third largest city in Peru destroyed by Londons high life scandals con tinue to thrill court Poland sends ultimatum to Lithu following clash of troops near WHOLE German Marks Positively It is said that the American Cham ber of Commerce in Berlin has asked that owners of German marks in America cease to take up tho time of the chamber officials by inquiries as to when German marks will be re deemed and what they nre now The chamber reminds inquirers tha the German government is not re deeming those and that th paper murk went out of business year when the rentcnmark cam into Also that many Germa banks and other institutions hnv taken the paper money out of thei vaults and sold it by the ton to jun THE GIPSY 11 TO BE HELD Tl THIS WEEK many The fire was brought under control Great confusion Troops were on the scene tearing down houses in an effort to prevent a spread of the while thousands of residents household effects are towards laden with streaming Among the other towns and cities to report damage and loss of life were with 160 casualties re ported with all but three of a population of 600 reported either killed or injured with an estimate of 100 casualities with 20 with 150 ty with 17 and Bush arid reporting serious damage and numerous THREE DIE IN PALM BIG HOTELS AND COTTAGES ARE BURNED West Palm March lives have been reported lost in the fire at Palm Authori ties say tha bodies of an aged man and The fire started in a factory at Nappori and swept in a southwesterly direction towards Uye largest of the metropolitan parks and site of the famous Imperial mu seum and zoological It was under control before it reached the New Chile law gives employes a share of employers Britain king leaves England today on trip in search of Italys offer to Britain com plications in security DUG OUT OF THE SNOW All Shovels in Made Clearing Saturday kept up their good reputation by clearing all the walks of show Saturday a fall of the beautiful rang ing from twelve to fourteen Friday during the nearly everybody became a member of the shovel and sent the fleecy beautiful snow flying off of the If there were tardy ones with the shovel they came in for warm comment by the man and woman who had done his duty and believes in every other man being decent enough to do GEORGE WAGNER A True Wife and Loving Mother Passes to Great Grace Finch a de voted wife and loving was bom February the daughter of David and Katherine Finch of Hardin She grew to womanhood on their home farm near REINHART BOUGHT A RADIO GlibTongued Salesman Failed to De liver the The country appears to be running over with crooks of all big crooks and little A short time ago one of the smoothtongued sort representing himself as a salesman for a Chicago radio solicited Reinhart to SEVERAL COUNTIES ARE GIVEN MORE JUDGES Two Cent Gasoline Tax Up to Legis Shops Not to Be Bill Aimed at Senator of Lee to day introduced a bill to make the owners and operators of taxicabs and busses liable for dam ages to persons in such The bill is designed to apply particularly to carriers operating between cities towns and country amusement Bonds of would be re quested of the owners or operators of such The bill apparently is drawn in such liberal terms as to apply to an operator of a private More Judges The house approved a bill today which would give the Sixteenth ju dicial district three The dis trict is composed of Green and Crawford after recohsider In 1893 she turned her attention to The stranger was well provided with nigher learning in The State Univei credentials and printed matter of and was graduated four from the and Reinhart H Wth highest honorn accepted his statements in good ing an unfavorable also granted Polk the house county another tiie degree of Bachelor of Sci ence bestowed upon Following the profession of her learning she taught school in where and her father made their home temporarily for that On June I8t 1898 ghe was marriage with George Wagner and came with him to where they have made their home and won a host of To this union Were born two buying an outfit as he and giving a check for as an advance Nothing has been heard from the outfit and correspondence from Chicago brought informa tion from the postoffico department that no such concern is represented That the stranger was is evidenced by the fact that he went to Iowa Falls and sold another outfit to Fin hi and j billiardroom operator there and Fay and The bus was given as an advance pay f mm me oamt and the children are all left to mourn with the deepest the of a highly respected wife and loving mother from this life bhe enjoyed making her home a veritable school for the learning of terature and and the progress was one of the great est pleasures in her Death occured in Minne The probabilities are that the swindler has other lines of false pre tense to The country is full of crooks and men who positively refuse to do an honest days work but live on thievery and Now You Can Figure Some Isnt it great Now that you have Hi lYimjie it gieui uitit yuu uuvu month h 13 1925 fifty yearj one your 1925 auto tax paid 3our dog an hunting and fishing license taken seek relief from her care your income tax report made out and the money you month att tr mpt to es By always cheerful and hap itu tln her firm belicf the comf t RcliBion she found ereat cven can settle down to figuring how voure to the monev to pay ihe half of your real estate and personal property tux by April I The highway commission would be given authority to enforce its rulings with regard to disagreements between boards of supervisors as to county line highway matters by another bill passed in the lower The Brittain gasoline tax pro viding ft 2 cents per gallon was made a special order of business for but the house refused to make the Yenter real estate commis sion bill a special legislators announcing consideration of appropri ations would be pressed for The house rejected by a vote of 20 to 59 the bill by Representative Math of providing for a board of therapy examiners to regu late beauty The Hubbard bill to prohibit hunt ing on enclosed lands except by writ ten consent of the owner also was re jected 38 to Taylor Wells clothes made to meas right from the Local Phone 453 8w2 YOULL BE DELIGHTED With our New New New New and our reliable standard of ACKLEY CLEANING Call 469 or Red 206 for private State Aid for Poultry Des March stat aid for poultry which consist of for each county that qualifies has already been paid to 37 countie according to data which has been com piled by the Iowa department of BE A total of 41 shows have qualified for the Four are coun ties holding two It is estimated a total of 70 counties will qualify for this aid during the present Th state which was held at Daven port this will receive Most likely our Four County I poultry department might get in for a slice of the states money To welllcnown south of town farmer feels the necessity of consulting spe because of his condition Within the past ten days he has lost considerably has had no previous serious but is able to be about as Weary Willies Everyjnight sees from six Weary Willies quar tered the town jail one evening recently nine men slept in over enough to get a meal or breakfast is also com It seems the Weary Willie takes to the about the seme time as migratory A Special Social mem bers of Ackley camp of Modern Wood men and members of tho Royal Neigh bors are urged and expected to at tend a special soeial gathering of the lodges at Woodmen next Thurs day the It is expected that all members who possibly can will join the happy At a Convention William Butts returned home Saturday morning last from a fourdays state convention of retail shoe dealers held at Des He reports having had an enjoyable visit that close to two hun dred dealers were there and that the spirit of enthusiasm was evidenced by the men who were privileged to hear some real livewire dealers and salesmen talk shoes and shop and trade Here From Wag ner is here from Wiscon sin he came to attend the funeral of George tha funeral be ing held in Monday Miss teaching in the Rob ertson visited at the home of her parents in the and the last of the Only thirteen votes wore cast at the scandal election at Iowa and sixteen at PROGRAM AND FULL THE PLAY CAST OF To Be Given by Ackley High School Pupils Thursday and Friday Thursday and cyeninga of this you will have theoppor tunity see The Gypsy it is a Musical Comedy in three acts built around the character of Rob later Sir of English when an by his who later becomes the a Rob to manhooc amongst the Meg and Marto to be his It happens one while riding with her Lord Lady Constance Martendale becomes losl in the They wander to the Gypsy camp where Constance and PLAY TO BE GIVEN THE THIRD TIME Capacity House Sold Out for Thurs day and Friday This Owing to the fact that all seats have jeen resarved at the Plaza theatre for The Gypsy on Thursday and Friday arrangamcnts have been made to hold the operetta again on next Monday March This arrangement will enable those who could not be to see he operetta next Monday POSTPONED Peggy of Primrose a three act which was to be given and has been postponed until Thursday and March twenty sixth and The pro ram is to be given at the Robertson Admission 25 and Proceeds KO o the Robertson Everyone Cast of Clover Blossom the colored maid Johnston Hayford otherwise hay Weber eKgy Mason heir to Primrose Ubben 3etsy of Wilson izra of Richtsmeier eter Wright heir to Brookside Ubben quire Prixley the Walter Hcffolmeier unny Jim help T er Wickham Vora McCarty lehitable Hansen 3eter Fouts tfadge Stubbe WHITE CARGO CortjmdKlawans by ur angement with Earl Carrollwill pre ent the International sensational uceess White Cargo at the Metro olitan Iowa Falls on Satur ay This is the Tlay which created a urore in and ran or over two years to capacity audi nces on New York and omes here with the universal praise f press and It tells a tale of a tropical love af air between a white man and a ative dusky The cast and roduction is in keeping with the high eputation the Messrs Cort ml have with the theatre oing Everywhere White argo has boon presented the de land for reservations have overtaxed seating capacity so in order to see us great patrons of tho letropolitan theatre should order teir seats immediately and mail leque at same Look Up Smile A youngman once found a dollar bill on tho From that time m he never lifted his eyes from the ground when In the of forty he accumulated Rob meet and well you come and see the story end in the proper CAST OF CHARACTERS In order as they first fostor mother an old Gypsy Alma Kreimeyer belle of the gypsy camp Pettit Vietor lad in love with Zara Shugar Sir Gilbert The Gypsy lost heir to the Sir Howe Sluter Lady of Osterland Lord English Sir Martendale An English Country Gentleman Winkler Nina second daughter Hartley in the Eng lifth Zachitrias Sir Toby society butterfly McCorkle song publisher of London Folkers Chorus of and Dames Kathryn Sopranos Beryle Marian Ruth Mildred Catherine Marian Ag nes Luolla Viola Ruth Marie Richts Helen Hilda Hilda Laura Henrietta Alma Helen Helen Carolyn Vlarlys Tenors Calvin William Errol Darrcl Pepper Charles Simon Earl Richard Arnold Vie o Theodore Theodore Bases Kenneth Virgil John Aron 3olwin Fred Harvsy Harold Harris Vie Six Gypsy children for Fairyland Charles Bak Lucita Robert Ar Mnrjorie Donald 1778 in the reign of Jreorge the Synopsis Act Gypsy camp iear Act A in the home of Sir Act as act Between acts 1 and 2 two weeks are supposed to Between acts 2 arid 3 two are supposed to Musical Numbers Act I Instrumental See the Light In the Dis tant Sky b A Gypsys Life For Mine o Come My Friends and Sup With and Chorus Long and Marto and Children Sinfo 7 AU r tr and Chorus To Be Happy and Gay o m Here That I Dreamed of Q and Rob Beats a Hunting Day Geor8e and Chorus You for Your Kindness Finale Sir Constance and Chorus Act II the Tresses of the Bride 9 of Girls Lady o Constance and Rob are Merry Henry Groeneveld of Parkers burg Tuesday at the home of her Cora The contrast between the native In dlans of the who kill for and the white who kills for was brought out strongly by Gilbert who returned to New York recently from a scientific exploration trip to the the Kansas City Star Pearson told of the ornitho logical Investigations recently curried on In the Jungles of not far from the home territory of the White ut the Instance of President Potran of the Piuiuma who wished to know what conserva tion measures were necessary to pro tect the birds and animals of the isth The conclusion wus reached that the though were not destructive they lined into the miturul life of the junle without up setting But the coining of the Americans changed the Americans from the Cunnl Zone would JimJ a lserly He go out on hunting irips and simply uill thc the sun the ia anything they Vast numbers of smllcs of the songs of than that of the mavor of th t r s r tzx by the Iunamun Ornhi Mills Faville this paper is not i Lei r T i Him from My Sight Fi nale Sir Rob and Chorus Act III and Rob a bent Dog Catcher Worth More Than Mavor I Ml 111 I 1 1 I 1 1 tr 1 We note that in Albert Lea the city docatchers job is better paying   

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