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   Eldora Herald (Newspaper) - February 12, 1914, Eldora, Iowa                                1 Historical j Heading Kooin VOLUME XLI HARDIN FEBRUARY 1914 NUMBER 7 JAPANESE QUESTION MOST SERIOUS ONE AVill Not Understand Cannot Regulate Legisla tion By The Bldora Herald Washington The moat sensitive people on the of the globe are the and it is known to a few Washing ton statesmen who have shared the confidence of U e President that Wilson regards the Japanese question one of the most uerious clouds on diplomatic Japan IB no logger an object of terror to the American but it has assumed ah attitude of an offended because of the restrictions placed upon its citi zens by No end of expla tp the credit of Pindell but very much to the disadvantage of of others who were associated offi cially in his The third last chapter js the declaration In favor of Representative Sharp for thei Russian and the nation appears to Japanese that the convince the federal govern urging of his candidacy for the reas on That he is a wealthy manufac turer and able to attend the ex penses that usually attach to BO important a This reason has been urged in behalf of the Post candidacy in authorltaive Washing ton papers whereat one muet be pardoned the suggestion that it is time for a little official up lift to be applied to the ambassa dorship to the court of Peters KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS GOLDEN JUBILEE Will Ue Observed In Every On Evening of February cal Members Plan Big The local Knights of Pythias are preparing for the fiftieth anniver sary of the founding of the ordeij which will occur on February 19j The Supreme Lodge has pre pared a special ritualistic program which will be carried out by all lodges of the country same time beginning at All Cannon Writing I Ambers of the order are requested One of the most spectacular lodge room by eight characters in public life is Uncle I nShtThe Supreme Joe of who drops officers expect to be in into Washington every little while i that night and to do just a few f representative of each domain it is suspected he hungers for the ataf House of where ment Is not supposed tp regulate the legislation of Its separate Congress has bent Its knee to the will of President just as it did to the demands of former Presidents Taft and in the refusal to pass legislation of tensive to the government of Japan The question was forced up on the House of Representatives by the immigration to which Con gressmen Baker and Hayes of Cali fornia attempted to ado amend ments excluding Asiatics frojn our Congress appears determined to uphold its regularly constituted and the Republi can has stated this position in the folioWT ing words While I do not have the greatest pride in the present State I feel that in conducting our relations with for eign countries I am bound to In the at up the Department To a observer this appears n definition of Washington sent ment inasmuch as the most posi tive foes of the Administration have Adhered exactly to policy all including our attitude In the Mexi can situationthere haHre been more reasons for differences than to of pur other foreign rela This is because of geographic inasmuch as three was one of its principal figures for al so many The old warhoree is still aa game as and expects to make a race for his former seat at the next Cannon is writing a telling of his Twenty Years in Congress San James Blaine will be a mild docu numbers cfos part in the at the nation is interesting to note In con with the Knights of Pythias point membership the lodge at Waterloo stands third in the The largest membership is where the lodge ose to 1000 members to The Cannon the second is at Kansas City where providing the old scout tells Is over Wednesday February 4th at the German church about five miles west of Eldora occured the marriage of Miss Margaret Well man and Beck The bride wore a gown of white of the These states states border have on six Sena tors and thirteen with constituents continually sup plying them with antidotes for the relief of and our own people on the The action of President Wilson in lifting the embargo on arms is far more significant than the mere act of feeding guns and ammuni tion to the It establishes in a measure the policy of the Amer lean which while re serving its good offices for the benefit of our troubled has recognized the fact that a mere change of personal of officials at Mexico City is not likely to accom plish government mined that The United States has practically clvil carried to its bitter conclusion is the nolu tlon of the Mexican nnd that before Mexico can resume her full international responsibility that H must feel the full consequences of Domestic force which 1 n time must be succeeded by Domestic Every friendly suggestion on the part of the United States or other powers has been repudiated by the country to the Washington has decided to let Mexico fight it Neutrality for the The independence of the Philip pines may still be a cherished and the Overman if should is intended to ease the This resolution provides that the neutrality of the Philip intbe event of any war Be tween nations of the is to be provided for by The resolution declares as a matter of policy that the Philippines should independent as soon an U is pos sible to confer such independence on them In justice to themselves and with hpnor to the United It likewise provided in the resolu tion that the President be authoriz ed to negotiate win and Italy and gain this consent to this utoplan diplomatic Tb0 Russian The third chapter in the Incon sistencies of our government repre sentatives the court of Peters burg has been A written by half he ZIESMA NWEHRM at Waterloo the lodge has While SELL McNeil Rlackiiiun Branch Store to Dispose of Mulhiiio A MAY BE CANDIDATE FOR REPRESENTATIVE Gotluiuui States He will Mulct the BUH Provided Connolly IN Not A Candidate Another business change took place in Ackley last week when Gethman has announc ed he will be a candidate for representative from the Third dis trict provided Congressman Con nolly does not Connolly is considering the question of being candidate for the senate and jf he so decides Gethman will once circulate his nomination pa The dpctor argues that the west pant of the district has nev er had a member in congress and that it is about feels confident that a democrat will be Elected this year and is entirely willing to be that doctor is an enthusiastic politician and If he gets started will make a vigorous NEW COUNTY will succeed Hil bert Jonker as steward of the coun ty farm on March Bailey has lived in this county all his life except 1 year spent at McCallsburg He has spent several years on n farm in Jackson township and has a wide acquaintance in the north part of the county which has been his home the greater part of his The past year Bailey has lived in He is known as a good farmer and good business man and his friends are confident that he will make a worthy successor to Joiiger who has had an enviable record as a county farm silk messaline and carried white Messrs Jack Mullane and Will Mar She by shall purchased the McNeil Miss Teske who wore white emibroid Blackmun clothing Me ery and carried pink Th Neil has been here for several days groom wore dark blue land the stock of goods Max Zieeman acted as beet new proprietors taking charge to A wedding dinner was served at the home of the bridesi These young men are both Ack Muaic was furnished by Mies Pearl ley boys and well known to our and Neal and Zlesman will make their home on the Zlesman farm west of Outcof town guests were and Mrs John Westerman and of Iowa LEONARD people as possessing good business and the energy and push to make a success of the Both have had considerable experi ence in mercantile Mullane having been in clothing ness at before coming to also engaged in that line of work at Oelweln and The funeral of Leonard Moore and Marshall was for many formerly a resident of this city years head clerk at the Martin h Id at the Central Church i of store In this and Christ in Des Moines Sunday Febj Mullane will occupy the rooms over Moore died in Silver ruary sanatorium Mexico where he had December in of at a the New been receiving benefit for tuberculosis from which suffered several Moore had been employed as clerk in the Walker shoe store In Des Moines and was married four clothing NEW EXPRESS The American Express Company has announced new rates to take effect February in which re ductions are made from the old rates of from five to fortyfive years ago to a Des Moines He per Tne company believes that is survived by his wife and son and tneir rates now compare very tjie following brothers and wltn the Parcei pOBt rates os George and Stewart Moore of when necessary to Insure Gilpe Moore of Rock Is of Horace Moore of Bert Moore of Grace McCullough of and Miss Louise Moore of Des Moin Moore was 28 years old at the time of hia He wasborn In Rock Island Clarence Frey and and Bert Moore went from Eldora to attend the HIGH Ell SUBSCRIPTION The timehonored custom among the weekly newspapers of charging per year to subscribers has had many a hard blow and many a deep dent of The fear that raise In price might reduce the nuin her of subscribers has yielded these papers render an amount sojn where near commensurate and parallel with the increased cost bank recently an everywhere The Western News fiftv vemra olt erl WKLKH The Gwent Welsh Male Singers are billed for Webster City Februar where they will give their con cert In the Methodist church under the management of These singers are nearly all miners who spend the most of their time above the earth The Welsh are noted for their musical ability and they are well worth Perhaps few Bldora people can ar range to get to Webster City but any who can will be amply OLD TIMID While In Bldora Tuesday E cashier of the Union Savings exhibited a National Bank note of the First Bank of Issued In It was passed over EVERETT FANNON CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL FOIl OWASA Petition Being for Elec tion To Consolidate Six School Districts Contiguous to SPLENDID ENTERTAIN MENT BY HIGH SCHOOL A petition is being circulated ask ing for an election at which an opportunity will be given the pat rons of the schools of the Pleasant and 8 to vote for or against the consolidation of these six If the carries a fine school building will be erected in Owasa for the ac comodation of the pupils and higher education will be brought to the doors of the pupils of these men who are pushing project are confident that it The consolidated school bound to come and those who started early have that much Vantage over the the will Is get ad Everett Fannon and Miss Bes sie May Tathani were married in Deg Moines January the Chas pastor of the University Place Church of Christ performing the and Fannon were class mates for four years at Drake Fannon graduating last year from the art The past year she has been head of the art depart ment at the college at Iowa her parents also Fannon a most capable and accomplished lady Will continue her work in the college while Fan non is in concert wlrk with theMid land Lyceum The friends of Fannon extend congratula tions on hia happy marriage and wis and his brldo many years of hap They spent Sunday In ill its city with and KIRKPATRICK IS Harry White of this city has Just received from her father the representative to Congress from the sixth district of a handsome little book en titled Letters from Grandpa of which he is the The book is dedicated to his grandchildren San Nella and John An un usually good portrait of the author is the frontispiece while the vol ume is prefaced by a very compli mentory letter from Champ Clark Speaker of the There are 58 letters each one with a different salutation and their clever simplicity and charming style can not fail to delight the heart of any The proceeds of of the book will go partly to Kirk lands grandchildren to whom it Is dedicated and for a fund for an orphanage which he is much terested in I in PATRONTEACHERS The Patronteachers League will hold its regular meeting in the high school building at three o clock Friday afternoon February At the last the League voted discuss the subject suggested by Kepford Medical Inspection In the Public Gethmau will address league on this After the address the subject will be open tor general Some of the teachers will relate facts that have come under their ob Patrons will be gladly heard whether they are in favor of the question or A few towns In Iowa have medi cal Inspection in their schools al though there is no state law regard ing GRANTED The Hardin county District Judge Lee granted a widows pension to Ross of Owasa on account of five children under fourteen and Thompson two the pension bo I160 for chlldThe8e Bre nerly paper Union finds that out of 234 36 charge thj 8afety box of some Hardin county these in advance that 10 do not their rate and only 70 adhere to the beforethewar price of There was a time when a country citizen all these years and forgot The note has a large figure 2 reaching twothirds across the The signatures were and the Ohio Chapter Number 1 was the selection of axOovernorCur tls Oujld of Masjachusetts by Presi dent He served or A year Jr during which sole of tailoring and miUiBsry at Those wo still charge that price are taking from other sources money to meet what must be a the and is worth much more than Its face value an a las added It to his col law In this AMKI HHEKELS deficit in circulation WAINBCOTINO Two expert marble workers huvc Barnes T employed at the court nous has authorized resetting marble waiu The Herald to state positively that MaUng ln the They have don He will be a for the Qf work brokon nomination for the office ofcounty Qf tnat u tHIPPKD oars of live cattle left Bldora ViMWday for Amzl who left Eldora about twentyseven years died in a hospital at Kansas City Mon day Word was sent to his brother in Minneapolis and he start ed at once for Kansas City but did not reach there in time to seehis brother before he The remains were brought to Bldora today lor At this writing no particu lars are SUNDAY A COLD Sunday morning the mercury got down to fourteen below zero ac cording to Allen Meadera thermo meter which is one of most People hugged the radi ators and stoves all some re lief being experienced late In the afternoon when the wind stopped i IOK GOOD The people who are putting up Ice have at last had Ion WOODMAN Mesdames Margaret Eliza Bertha Elmer Anna Shannon and Delia members of Rock Maple of Mar braved the inclement oiul Mae Furman in this The day i was spent looking over our city and visiting the Indusrlal In the evening Initia tory degree was put on by the visit ing Stato Manager of Des Moines was present and instructed the members In the secret work also giving very efficient instruction in the work of the refreshments were served by the local members and a very pleasant social hour was spent by those present after the lodge was Des Moincs and Marshalltown ladles are always welcome at Eldora and in Mae Furman MANUAL TRAINING An exhibit of the work done la manual training will be given in the manualtraining room In the grade building Thursday February The exhibit will be open for inspection during the county teachers convention which will be held the 27th and 28th of The members of the East Side Church held a box social at the home of Alfred Modlin living cast of Eldora last Friday Thirtysix baskets were sold the proceeds amounting to The money will be used to help pay for the new church BHULTZ Shultz of Alden was Jn El dora Monday calling on his politi being It county cal friends relative to his candidate for the office of In TheHerald of fice ShulU did not that he would be a candidate but we un derstand that he so stated to others before he left the WILL DECORATE At a meeting of the Ladles So clety of the Congregational church Wednesday afternoon the ladles authorized a committee to proceed with arrangements for redecorating the interior of the Other improvements arc also EAGLE Parks has named his restaurant The Cafe and un less some unforaeen thing happens ho will open the cafe to the public tor the first next KVA RICHAHDH Eva lUcards died at the home of her ton John Hoover wett of Steamboat Rock A new foundry Mldlng wlfl tee erected tbt IndwtrUl tkla to HMt About I Declamatory Contest Last Friday Night Reflects Great Credit qoi All Who The declamatory contest held at the opera house last Friday night was one of the best entertainments hat the school haa ever The program was good in itself besides added interest created by the uncertainly of the contest The mXisic of the program was furnished by high school musical The speaking pro gram was divided into three slasses The dramatic and four speakers taking mrt in each The markings were given first for each class and the winners from each class were given second and third place according to The judges were Barnes of the Eagle Jrove Himmel of Bllsworth and Ira Nicholls of the Hardin County Citi The contestants were all so well prepared that it was difficult for the judges to which was the best and the markings through out were very the oratorical is not usually a popular the speakers were unusually Floyd Wardman gave The March of the He held ing position being the first on the program but he acquitted himself Mies Eva White came next with Intervention for and the fact that she was given first v place needs no further Websters first Bunker Hill ad dress was the subject of Ellisi Wil liss and his effort showed the result of careful Delphla Williams gave Bryans great The Prince of Peace a difficult selection but one to she gave the best that was in her and her pleasing manner on the platform won her many In the dramatic class the first number was by Pauline Littlest Miss1 Allen promise of great things in dramatic was with the MTss Vivian Carpenter gave The a dif ficult number but one which show ed both native ability and hard Patsy by Miss Clare Kaslschke was the third in this This is a true and pathetic story of a cripple boy and Miss Clares skilfull presentation of it brought tears to the eyes of many The winner of this class was Miss Marian Robb who rpoke The Lost Mies Robbs splendid voice and winning manner made her num ber especially The humorous class was led by Mies Verna Illff with Where ig norance Is the mustard plaa which she gave most Village Gossip by Miss Margaret was perfect presentation of the subject which is more or less familiar its most Koeneman was awarded first place by judges In this Whos Afraid by Miss Edna Moser was most naturally her facial expressions aiding greatly In bringing out the differ ent characters The clos ing number was by Paul Experience During A Thunder which he did most credit Velihe made the announce ment of the winners and presented the gold medals congratulating all who took part on their splendid ef George Smith had training of the pupils In charge and to her good work is due the results at Smith is a finished elocutionist herself when combined with the rare talent of being able impart her knowledge to others makes her especially capable along such To Veline must be given credit for reviving an old time ev ent and placing Bldora once more among the contesting schools of the The talent Is here as was shown Friday And that luch good results were first year Is quite The contest aside from the fact that It was a contest an enter tainment equal to many of the Ohau tuuQua arid Lyceumcofrse The school IB to be Jessie Heard and Lee Hay den were married at the home of the brides parents and Heard Tuesday February Johneon of OwaBfc MlM Lelah Heard acted M brides maid and Clifford Ifeyden AH beat A wedding dinner was the Hayden f and young The iroom to Thw will few W After   

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