Postville Herald in Postville, Iowa
10 Feb 1921

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10 Feb 1921

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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - February 10, 1921, Postville, Iowa Wilson s veto is overridden Bill is re passed by the House for army of 150,-000 men. Dawes general defends men and officers who fought in France assails politicians. President galls act unwise a a a a a attacked 1-delegation of syrian residents of Brazil with plaque of carved circassian Walnut studded with diamonds which they presented to president Wilson. 2-scene at the wedding of Prince Konrad of Bavaria and Princess Bona of Savoy Italy the first Royal International marriage Between citizens of former enemy states since the War. 3-Grove Park inn at Asheville x. C. Where vice president elect Coolidge is spending part of his vacation news review of current events Germany says she will not pay the reparations fixed by supreme Council. Marks for execution of the peace treaty while Only 17,000.000,000 Marks had been paid out up to december 1 last. Would enslave the nation putting on poor face for effect american unpreparedness receives some blows Dawes vigorously condemns War management critics latest Cabinet guesses. By Edward w. Pickard. Germany says she neither can nor will pay the total of reparations that was fixed by the supreme Council-54 billions in 42 years and a tax of 12 per cent on her exports during the period. Eminent financial and economic experts of the Allied countries and America agree that Germany will find it impossible to pay that sum and survive. Nevertheless it is probable that the German representatives in the forthcoming London conference will sign the agreement Laid before them and that the allies thereafter will get from the Defeated country As great a proportion of the 54 billions As they can modifying the terms from time to time the official protest of Germany was voiced by or. Walter Simons the for eign minister and what he said was concurred in by the reach Stag parties through their leaders with the exception of the Ultra radicals who gloried in the painful position of the government. Doctor Simons asserted that the obligations thus imposed on the germans would mean the Complete economic enslavement of the people and particularly of the workers. He said the government would offer counter proposals at the London meeting. Among the people of France there was satisfaction with the reparations plan especially because it was expected that the first effective payments by Germany will make available for negotiations or for use As Security the French share of the 60,000,-000,000 Gold Marks in Bonds already delivered by Germany to the reparations commission. Great Britain has agreed not to utilize her claim on Germany As a basis for Loans during the next five years and this gives France the Opportunity to make use not Only of her share of the Bonds but also her part of the 12 per cent tax on Germany s Export actions to raise Money to continue the work of reconstruction la Northern France. That tax on German exports is a feature that May cause a lot of trouble. By Many it is held to be false economics that will react to the injury of other countries and in Washington there is talk that our state department May feel called on to make formal protest Lloyd George says the tax would be easy to collect and he defends the plan in its entirety. If Germany should absolutely refuse to it he asserts there is nothing for us to do but to apply the treaty that opinion favouring German claims in the matter May be based on false premises is made Clear by tie report of the conference of financial experts held in Brussels in which Germany is shown just How to wipe out the deficit of 76,000,000,000 Marks in her 1920 budget the experts found Germany was deliberately putting on a poor face for the showing the world her precarious financial condition and her difficult situation. Certain of her expenses were Multi. Plied 75 times Over those of 1919, and certain of her taxes vastly below those the people of the Allied Conn tries Are paying. Furthermore the budgets of 1919 and 1920 carried a number of credits which were Only partly disbursed such As 16.500,000,-000 Marks for the Allied armies of occupation expenses of which Only 4,-600,000,000 Marks was spent the budget for 1020 tarried 42.000,000,000 disarmament a stall army and other forms of unpreparedness got some hard knocks last week. In the first place the Senate naval affairs committee put the snuffer on the Borah Resolution for a naval construction Holiday after hearing Admiral Coontz chief of naval operations and Admiral Taylor chief constructor of the Navy. Both opposed the plan for a cessation of naval construction for six months. They said it would Cost As much to do this As to continue to build As contractors would be Able to collect Large damage claims from the government. Furthermore they see no need for an investigation As to what constitutes a modern Navy being convinced by investigations already made that the capital ship is not obsolete and that the present program j3t the United states is Correct. General Pershing appeared before the House naval committee and gave a warning against unpreparedness and pacifism. He expressed approval of a world conference on disarmament but said the United states should proceed with its present army and Navy programs until at least five great Powers have entered into a definite the other hand the House foreign affairs committee reported favourably a Resolution authorizing the president to invite the nations of the world to Send delegates to a conference to provide for disarmament. In the House the fight to prevent reduction of the regular army below 175,000, was opened by  chairman Kahn of the military affairs committee. He said president elect Harding told him recently at Marlon that he favored an army of 175,000 men but that he hoped some Day it could be Cut Down to 150,000. Or. Kahn also disclosed or. Harding s belief that Congress should enact legislation providing voluntary military training for 150,000 men annually. Meanwhile Economy of the most rigid sort is being forced on our regular army by great deficiencies in funds for the remainder of the fiscal year. The shortage in the quartermaster corps alone is said to be $94,-000,000. In order to reduce the prospective deficits to the lowest possible minimum the War department ordered reduction of 40 to 60 per cent in the number of civilian employees in the army reduction of the consumption of gasoline and lubricants by 50 per cent allowance of clothing equipage and supplies Cut to the lowest possible limit repaired shoes and salvaged uniforms to be issued wherever possible substitution of canned food for fresh wherever possible and expenses for transportation communication and fuel Cut to the Bone. Much of the vocational training upon which the recruiting Campaign was based must now be abandoned As All the teaching will have to be done by army officers. Great Britain i am not in politics and i am not going to be. And i thank god that in a crisis like we had there were no bickering bet weep the English speaking people. Great Britain took Over 40 per cent of our troops. Of course general Pershing gave them five divisions but it had to be done to save the allies in these remarks or. Dawes who has been a leading probability for the place of Secretary of the Treasury in the Harding Cabinet seemed to remove himself from the lists. Certainly what lie said so frankly will not make hit very acceptable to the professional irishmen of America who Are mainly responsible for the anti British propaganda. However at this writing he is still among the Cabinet possibilities. The latest list by the correspondents with or. Harding in Florida is Secretary of state Charles e. Hughes of new York. Secretary of the Treasury Charles g. Dawes of Illinois or a. W. Mellon of Pennsylvania. Secretary of War John w. Ave eks of Massachusetts. Secretary of the Navy Frank o. Lowden of Illinois. Attorney general Harry m. Daugh erty of Ohio. Postmaster general will h. Hays of Indiana. Secretary of agriculture Henry c. Wallace of Iowa. Secretary of labor John j. Davis of Pennsylvania. Secretary t Jessic Ujj use 1,010.100 pesos has Tan git act de the state government of Chihuahua for the Concession. One half of this sum will be turned Back to the City of Juarez and most of it will be spent in improving schools in Juarez. Public lotteries have been running for three months. They Are. Known As Federal District lotteries being under the direct supervision of the Federal government which disposes of the lottery Concession for 26 per cent of the proceeds. One just held was for f 100,-000 Gold and included the Northern District of Chihuahua. Many americans held tickets which sold for $5 each. Keno a famous mexican game was never stopped in Juarez it being held As an amusement other than gambling. As Many players who desire buy cards for a Given sum numbers Are called by Chance drawing and All the proceeds from the Sale of cards goes to the Winner less 15 per cent for the Bouse Bull fights Are still held in Juarez always on sunday. Usually in order to help draw crowds part of the Money is Given to Charity. 300 autos lost in fire. Chicago feb. 8.-three Hundred Auto trucks and pleasure cars were hotel Burns loss million. Augusta go., feb. 7.-the Bon air destroyed by. A mysterious fire that i au8usta s largest tourists hotel was 1 destroyed by fire at 2 80 o clock in the morning. The loss including personal belongings of guest a unofficially placed at $1,000,000, wrecked the Furner garage 8909-23 West Harrison Street. The loss May reach More than $300,000. Woman 8lain with a.  Montreal feb. 8.-police Are searching for the murderer of in unidentified Young woman about Twenty years of age whose body was found on a sidewalk in Westmount. Her head had been crushed with an a. New Flarv to free Ireland. Helena Mont feb. 8.-senator Mckay introduced in the Montana legislature a memorial urging Congress to offer to cancel the British debt to the United states if great Britain will free Ireland. Car kills two Brothers. \ of Pere wis., feb. 5.-Christian-and Sylvester Vanderheyden nine and eleven years respectively were killed and their brother George seven received minor injuries when they were struck by an interurban car. Austria s 920,000,000,000 debt Vienna feb 5,-the debt of Austria now totals the Gigantic sum of 920,000,000,000, estimated upon the pre War value of the Krone. Announcement was made Here following Cabinet sessions. My advice is never Flo a t0"t what you can Flo to pts a a Tion is the thief of time. Collar him a Coz in has a thousand friends has not it Friend to spare. Seasonable ideas. When oranges Are the cheapest then is the time to make Orange marmalade. For those who do not care for the bitter English product the following will Appeal Amber one Orange one rape Rule one Lemon Cut Fine cover with 12 cupfuls of cold Woter and let stand Over night. Be sure that All seeds Are removed but pulp and skin Are All used. Now Cook until tender slowly for an hour or until the Peel is transparent. Then set away until the nest Day then add ten cupfuls of sugar and simmer until thick. Pour into glasses and Seal with paraffin. This recipe will make about fourteen glasses of marmalade. Cheese with Small stalk of the inner portion of the Bunch of celery and fill with any Cream cheese seasoned to taste. To prepare a Cream cheese at Home use any Good Strong cheese grated adding to boiling hot Cream stirring until Booth. Then Cool and it will be creamy and delicious. One May add canned pm mentors chopped stuffed olives Cayenne paprika chopped Green Pepper and almost any flavor desired. A half cupful of cheese grated will thicken a cupful of boiling Cream. Savory Sandwich one half cupful of almonds and Brown them in a frying pan with a table spoonful of Oil. Chop Fine season with Salt and paprika. Add two tablespoonfuls of chopped pickles one table spoonful of chopped Chutney. Spread either bread or crackers with Cream cheese and Sprinkle with the chopped mixture. Delicious two Small Cream cheeses until smooth. Add gradually two tablespoonfuls of butter and one fourth of a cupful of Orange juice. When Well mixed add one half cupful of chopped Pimento one cupful of chopped Walnut meats and one half teaspoonful of Salt. Mix Well and spread Between slices of buttered Oatmeal bread. This will make 26 sandwiches. Puffed Rice in a smooth Melet pan one cupful of sugar until Clear and Brown stir into the syrup a cupful or More of crisped puffed Rice. Pour on u greased plate and when Cool Mark in squares and break. Puffed wheat or popped Corn May to used in place of the Rice. With the addition of a few nuts one has a Richer confection. Josa Sticks. Until recently the composition of the candles known As jogs Sticks was in i known to most people. A Stem of Bam a boo is rolled in a substance consisting of fourteen different odorous drugs one of these protects the candles from Rote and mice. The Chi Naphor used in the manufacture causes the Joss Sticks to Burn steadily. A dressmaker i Madewell followed neighbor s advice and took Lydia e. Pink Haroy vegetable Cor Pound Vernon for three years suffered untold agony each month with a pains in nay sides. I i found Only Tempo Rarrel loft doctor s Medicine or anything else took until my i husband saw an and. Vert sement of Lydia b. Pinkham a vegetable com. Pound. .1 mentioned it to a neighbor and she told me she had taken it with Good results and advised me to try it iwas then in bed part of the time and my doctor said i would. Have to be operated on but we decided to try the vegetable compound and i  also used Lydia e. Pinkham s Santive 4 Wash. I am a dressmaker and am now \ Able to go about my work and do my housework besides. 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