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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - May 26, 1921, Postville, Iowa
Thib Postville Herald Postville Iowa. American copy the it a purport by Post gets artistic Range Chicago organization acquires Usa famous world s fair Field museum building. Tho american \ i n will soon have tin use u h to Mil Lioi in a i is the Combe ii in m i y in not 1 in. . The old l Ine arts Emu Tho 1s world s Vair. Tho ,r.,k ,.army Roilos will Boh an in the farm Structure for it has non unum Over to to Hyde 1 Erk pot n. 111. Tho in t Hioco As in r Ritac ran co. An All around legion Man. 0 ,1 a hold i i a a 1 v the i uni a it a be i to a the l., ,".e Prante i. Do i. A a a i. Tho a s c a Days. Mila a Days pet is. to Bill Eye tin a array s . Tho Buddick. Is Larco that a we Yard Raco was Otal dished a without do Mytilty Nikac with Tho Shorter distances. Tra a a gets Money for w. A. A. L hungry rooster proves Gold mine for woman s organization in Kansas. Row Iran groins com will a terribly hungry rooster oat after lie has missed his Tuo als for five hours Tho Plymouth Hock in the photograph tucked away -s3 Prai is in record time and made or the women s auxiliary the american legion in Clin Marron. Kan. The Bird was placed in a show window on the main Street i i the Kansas town. I or live hours he scratched Ted crowed for provender which was not . Alien grains tempting Corn wore proud before him. Guesses As to How Many a trains Corn it would take to assuage his hunger were sold at ten cent each. In three hours or. Mock had Gul thl 3 Kern Kansas Corn and retired for the night. Then he wus sold Michigan s newly appointed head National service division it equipped with information. A Sailor a to Nellc cop. N first ser Seant an assistant Provost marshal nil n patient in a r in y hospitals for no nost two years. Albert k. Llaban Michigan newly appointed lie nil Tho american i i o n s National sen i to division. Is Well equipped to minister to the needs sex service men. Or. Ila an joined the rank Captain on the Battlefield Anil was severely wounded in action at jul any. Trance while serving with the i d division. In waiter Hoed Hospital. A Washington for More than n , to Foutin out what Tho intended to do for Tho wounded by map i ref plans and legislation concerning the subject. Llis Chai de from t a h last fall to was made a in Ai repro Enta tvo Tho Bureau Xiv re insurance. I Arm and Navy Camps to was inst i Aeirial. The Otic a the american . In Cau mitc the reinstatement or i on i. A i v. ?.".ikkhxii in War risk i a u .��. In Michigan last november a Field representative the War directed a cleanup ice and Compon nation .-. A that placed the rate ahead ail otters in welfare accomplishments. I Uresti the Campaign to investigated the condition sex service men in the state prison at Jackson and the Iti Ane a Yum in Kalamazoo. He worked with the legion s welfare department to cause the parole 150 men last year to the legion. He obtained a 0, in funds raised during the War nil used it in settling claims Relief the disabled and their dependents and in insurance difficulties and remedying Hospital conditions. Or. Hann is Twenty eight years old. Com lip out hip i school he entered the United states Navy As an apprentice Seaman. He served four years on the u. S. Idaho and was discharged As a quartermaster second class. He then became a motor and traffic policeman in Tirane rapids. Mich. In Lla he went to the mexican Border As a first sergeant in the Michigan infantry. Before he entered the lines in i Ranee he was Provost marshal at St. Nar Taire As a first lieutenant. Before the Battle in which he was wounded., he had served in three . B Ai. Books for disabled heroes mrs. Lelah Klein Cimarron kan., and the lucrative rooster. Twice Given Back to the women and was finally auctioned off. In All he netted $32s, a fraction More than $1.15 for every train Corn he ate. Mrs. Lelah Klein National executive from the Kansas department the auxiliary handled the contest. One Active workers for the auxiliary in her state. Mrs. Klein was educated in Wei Lesley College and in the new England conservatory music. Her husband who was a Captain in the medical corps was gassed in the Argonne Meuse offensive. The american legion girl miss Margaret Sousa daughter famous bandmaster acquires new title. Swiss Margaret Sousa daughter John Philip Sousa famous band director has acquired a new title. She is known As the american legion girl because her starring in a Leplon motion pictured lest we forget a film depicting the struggles disabled veterans to obtain Justice and Unema toy rent conditions among those who escaped injury in the world War. Congress appropriates $100,000 for Reading material for soldiers confined to hospitals. Disabled heroes the world War Are not to be without Pood books to v read while they Are lighting to regain health in the hospitals this country. Congress has appropriated in the civil sundry Hill the sum $100,000 for the Purchase books with the result that each the 2. I.000 disabled veterans will soon have three or four new books to read. The american Library association which still has charge the libraries in the larger hospitals has been pm Arr nosed by a shortage funds and up to this time posts the american legion have taken Over the duty supplying Bonks to the disabled in hundreds the smaller hospitals. The appropriation by Congress does not mean that either the services the american Library association or the american legion in this respect Are to be dispensed with but that they Are to be greatly augmented and reinforced. Ivl. I 1 i "1-scene in the main Square Innsbruck during the plebiscite i which the inhabitants a Trian t Yrol voted for annexation to . A cur in which the armistice was signed installed in courtyard the invalids at Paris. 3-miss Sonlin Shearer Queen Beauty in Llu Manel my Catinna society Parade in Wash a Toti. News review current events upper Silesia Row threatens break Between France and the other allies. Creed the disabled Man afflicted Fellows Washington d. A Post look on brighter Side things. Disabled veterans the world War nearly All them overseas veterans and members the Walter need Post the american legion in Washington d. Have adopted what they term the Creed the disabled Man which called to the attention president Harding upon a recent visit to the Hospital was by the president pounced Fine. The Creed reads follows once More to be useful to see pity in the eyes my friends replaced Villi commendation to work produce provide and to feel that i have a place in the world seeking no a i Vors and Given none a Man among men in spite this physical Handicap. Reporting to Davy Jonea. Samoa Board the transport had just been issued his first pair Hobnail. One thing suah he ruminated. a Falls overboard a certainly will go Down at be Gloux weekly. Sheer Accident. The Bride and Groom met by very interesting. How come she got o speck dust in her Eye and lie thought she wus winking at him amerlean legion weekly. Ideal. Mrs. North my husband spends All Bis evenings at. The club. Mrs. West what a Happy Home life you must have american legion weekly Cost living in Paris. The Cost living in Paris is not exorbitant for an american who is paid in american dollars according to a letter from a member the Paris Post the american legion. Beware the big restaurants and Duck into the Side streets a frequented by tourists the Veteran warns. I had a flue meal today for 8.50 francs or about fifty cents. The menu. Included for lure de la Loire 1.50 francs Omelette Champignon 2.25 francs chateaubriand which is Fried spuds and cute recess2.50 francs celery Bruise 75 centimes Macaroni 75 centimes and frontage 75 centimes and after the meal cafe Cognac for 05 centimes Missouri adjutant Confer. Gen. John j. Pershing Elsie Janis and National officers the american legion attended a legion banquet in St. Louis. April 18, which was the closing feature a conference Missouri Post adjutant. Wants zoo for mascots. American legion members in Kansas City kan., Many whom had mascots in the army including bears dogs and cats went on record a favouring the establishment a zoo in the City Park to Bouse their pet Lloyd George is. United states will take no hand in the dispute administration drops fight on Borah s naval reduction plan railway wage Cut coming. By Edward w. Pickard. Upper Silesia threatens to become n wedge to split the entente Nillance. The poles slowing up in their insurgent movement Are relying on France and have asked at least the moral support America. The Liritis its rep j resented by their government Are j thoroughly disgusted with the poles j and resent the attitude mid actions the Krevich. France practically unan j Mously stands Back the poles and promises to go it alone it necessary. Italy and Japan Are said to Side with the British and America will not for the present mix in the imbroglio at Ull. Premier Lloyd George probably has been talking too much a fault Bis which has been in evidence before. First he told the House commons that Poland was in the wrong that it was up to the Allied plebiscite forces which Are mighty weak to restore order in upper Silesia and put the poles Back where lie thinks they belong and that they could not do it fairness demanded that the germans be permitted to do it. He also sent to Paris a note severely criticising the action the French troops in upper Silesia and declaring the French government was supporting Korfanty in his rebellion. Premier Arland and the press Perls responded with bitter attacks on the course being pursued by great Britain and it was declared France never would recognize the alleged Promise made by the Liritis to Germany that she should have upper Silesia in return for acceptance the reparations ultimatum. Though the total plebiscite vote in the zone was in favor Germany certain the districts voted for Union with Poland and the French claim these should go to Poland in accordance with the treaty Versailles. In fact both sides to Tho controversy assert that that treaty must be carried out but apparently they interpret it differently. The French say order could have been maintained easily great prot Nin had not withdrawn her part the occupational Force and that her excuse that the troops were needed at Home is Insull Clent. The opposition press in England admits the truth this. Or. Lloyd George reinforced his statements by further assertion that he would not accept the French contentions and he spoke with biting sarcasm the attitude the French press. The editors Paris indeed Are saying some very unpleasant things about the British prime minister and his government. One them prints an account alleged intrigues with Berlin concerning the ult Putnin designed to give the British Complete control the economic situation in Europe and another accuses Lloyd George thinking he can continue to dictate Laws for the continent. He forgets says this editor that Tho French army is available for backing France s word whereas England is represented in Europe Only by or Lloyd George s As a matter fact even granting the technical and moral correctness the British position the French have the Best it from a material Point View. Their army numbers More than 800,000 men that Poland is the second largest in Europe a not counting the soviet itus sluts and the efforts France since the armis Tice to build up n Block Friendly nations in Central Europe has Given her the support Czecho Slovakia Yugoslavia and very probably i Hungary and a Toumala. At tills time j it seems certain that France will in j Force by arms necessary abstention by Germany from armed intervention in upper Silesia and compliance by i Germany with the terms the Multi Tun Tuin concerning both the payment reparations and disarmament. France is still standing ready to occupy the Ruhr Ami will not ask for much excuse to carry out that movement. The supreme Council is expected to Convene very soon especially to take up the so Leslyan problem and american ambassador Harvey will sit with it. But As was said above he will take no part in the discussions concerning that question nor will he even express an opinion on it. This was made Clear by Secretary state Hughes in his reply to an Appeal from Poland for american support. Or. Hughes explained to Prince Lubom Lursky polish minister that this is in Accord with the traditional policy the United states not to become involved in matters purely european concern. Tho polish note accuses the allies except France dealing with the whole question not by principles Justice but by the material interests those Powers and it concludes this. Is not a purely european matter. On the just solution the matter upper Silesia depends the pacification this province and the stimulation its productivity which has a great importance in the re establishment the economic stability the whole so the so Leslyan question Lias created a most serious situation and Germany is sitting Back hopeful a real breach in the Unity the allies. But probably Wiser councils will prevail the anger the chief actors will subside and some peaceful Way out the muddle will be discovered. The allies inst week sent to Berlin u note reiterating the demand that Germany be disarmed by june Iio and the German government began looking for Means compliance especially us regards the Oresch Bavaria which has refused to disband. Berlin informed the reparations commission that it was ready to pay 150.000,000 Gold Murks the billion due May 31. The sum partly in Gold and partly in foreign securities will be paid through an american Bank probably Morgan s. The Gold will be deposited in the Telch bunk subject to Call and a Check sent to new York and from there to Paris. Thus the Transfer 50 tons Gold from Berlin to Paris is obviated. The United states government is not concerned in the transaction. Reducing various specific appropriations and killing one completely that for a dry Doek at tie Charleston Navy Yard. It was predicted the would not go further in the disarmament plan than to Force adoption Tho Borah amendment though they might favor one offered by senator Poi Nevine author ing the president to suspend the present building program pending the outcome the proposed. Negotiations. J the administration also let the House know that it had no objection to its proceeding with the peace with i Germany Resolution and the House committee on foreign affairs has begun work on the measure. The House leaders do not agree with certain phases the Knox Resolution adopted by the Senate but the differences probably can easily be reconciled. My m 1w \ i i for infants and Chi Ira mothers know that. Genuine Castoria bears 5s3�w signature and exact copy wrapper for over1 thirty years Castoria the cock Tau company. New took cite. Early last week it became apparent that the. Administration had virtually Nhu Mohei its tight against senator Borah s amendment to the pending naval appropriation Bill which requests the president to enter into negotiations with great Britain and Japan for in agreement to curtail naval building. Maybe or. Harding s change attitude was forced for test votes in the Senate on wednesday showed the opponents the naval affairs committee s program were numerous enough to do about As they pleased. The opposition included several insurgent be publican senators and till the democrats. Senator porn Dexter chairman already had written to the president informing him the situation stating that in ii the administration s strongest supporters would be embarrassed colled on to vote against the Borah amendment which they and advocated in the inst hours the Wilson administration. He did not Tell what Tho president replied but said i have received nothing indicating any need for making a Point order against or opposing the Borah amendment which is the same As the one adopted in Tho last Congress. I am heartily in favor in International omit Nylon armaments upon a basis doing Justice to the United states and not Imp riling our National the Bill As adopted by the naval committee Calls for the outlay $500,-000,000 for the Navy next year. The insurgents and democrats succeeded in amending it in several particulars continuing its hearings on the vol i Stead Bill to make the prohibition in j for Cement Law More drastic the House judiciary committee did not find any friends Beer or the medical Bootlegger. Manufacturers Flavouring extracts Patent medicines and per \ fumes in protesting against added re \ str actions were outspoken in opposition to medical Beer and the a concoctions masquerading As Medicine. Chemists appeared before the committee and protested vigorously against legislation which they believed would tend to restrict the legitimate use alcohol in Industry. Representative Ithan new York has introduced in the House a Bill which would permit the Sale 5 per cent Beer and 11 per cent wine in a states where a referendum showed the voters wished it. This course won t get anywhere except into a pigeonhole but there was some real Solace for the wets in last week s news. On Friday More than two thirds. the Federal prohibition forces were discharged on orders from Coin mls Sumer Kramer because Lack funds with which to pay their salaries. This condition will last it was asserted for -10 Days and the bootleggers All Over the country got Busy it once. I or. Kramer hoped the police would Supply the deficiency in enforcing the dry Law. But in the cases Many cities his Hope was baseless i greeting the world. Two children were talking. What is it that makes Day and a Light anyway asked one. Weil you see the Earth turns around on an Axis answered the other. Do you mean to say that the Earth turns around and around yes. What Are you laughing at i was just thinking How funny it would be the Axle got Rusty and the Earth Why the Axle does t get Rusty they keep it oiled All the where do they Oil it in China no 111 girl he was looking for Why Aro you so pensive a asked. I m not pensive she replied. But you Haven t said a word for 91 minutes.". Welt i did t have anything to t you Ever say anything Aba 1 you have Noth lug to say no she said. Will you be my wife lie is Lei shake into your shoes Vij Jarl Liln in ii., to uth s i a incr East. A itly h Ami takes tie Toni out Tienlun. Always in Allan s . Kac in Bank in new uni s Mil enjoy llu1 miss feel wll Rutlt in . Cut Cura soothes baby Taihei that itch and Burn with hot Bath Cut Cura soap followed by Gettye anointing Cut Cura ointment nothing better purer sweeter cup. Dally n Little the fragrant Canh Ourn Talcum is dusted on it the finish. Ͽ�5c each . After one Day s consideration the railway wage Case the Federal a railway labor Hoard made a prelim i Innery announcement forecasting a Gen 1 end reduction wages on every rail Road effective july 1. On june 1 the Board will make its decision on wage disputes tiled prior to april is and this will set tile Standard for All future decisions affecting the two million employees who were grunted u ,-000,000 annual wage increase one year ago. The reduction May he As much As 12 per cent. An immediate result the announcement was the reemployment j,000 men by the idea go & Alton and there were predictions that practically All the j50,-000 railway men now out work would he employed by the time the wage reductions go into effect. Sarah had gently hinted i remark might have led Beau to imagine she disapproved his White clothes. J mrs. Morgan had a coloured maid 1 him a Sarah. One sunday afternoon the mistress saw Sarah s Lover leaving the House Clad in a suit White flan to i. A Little later when the maid a i 3oar�o. Her mistress said j Sarah that Beau yours should lever Wear White. He is so Black that i in hate clothes makes him appear All i the Blacker. Why Don t you give Hui t tint i Why mis Morgan said Sarah Iveth animation "1 done give Idun lots 5b hints but he jes latterly Ain t got j to sense an did t take j probably you did t make the hints i Strong enough said the Anstress. I Well no to. Dat s jes what 1 think j a itself agreed Sarah reflect Lvcy i j Jon t believe i did. 1 jest looks at i dim right hard an i says Nigga i. Rosho do look like a Olack Snake a in out Cream you do thet s is All i says to him. Mis Morgan. Lint s men and women. Man cannot degrade woman without himself falling into degradation he Ani iut elevate her without at the same sine elevating himself. Alexander Valker. Few things lately have Given the american people More satisfaction than the sentencing mrs Etna Bergdoll Philadelphia and her son Charles. Braun and several others for the part they took in the escape from the draft her two sons Grover and Erwin. Mrs. Bergdoll must pay a Fine s7.000 or go to the Federal Penitentiary for a year and a Day. Broun and j. E. Holg received the same sentence. Others Are to pay smaller fines or Servo lesser terms in prison. Two eminent americans passed Awny. Last week Edward Douglass White chief Justice the United states supreme court and Franklin k. Line for seven years Secretary the Interior in president Wilson s cabinets. Both them succumbed after surgical operations. Chief Justice White n native Louisiana was in his seventy sixth year. He served in the Confederate army luring the civil War and was elected to the Senate in 1801. President Cleveland appointed him to the supreme court Bench and president Taft made him chief Justice. To tax hungarians heavily government will adopt strenuous Means to restore financial stability to the country. is the. First big country emerging from the War to tackle the financial problems courageously. France is imposing some More taxes and waiting for Germany to pay War reparations Germany and England Are imposing More taxes and waiting for a revival their pre War Trade Austria admits bankruptcy and is turning her affairs Over to the allies und the smaller Balkan countries Are crying for help. But the hungarian govern meet has decided to Lay a direct tax on capital the Bill is about to be introduced in the hungarian parliament in the Hope that it will bring Hungary quickly to her feet. The measure provides first for a tax ranging from 5 to 80 per cent on savings Bank deposits and securities. Hungarian Banks will thus to forced to turn Over to Tho government a sum estimated at about half a million dollars. Extravagances in women s clothing will be hit Hurd and there Are clauses designed to drag Money from the Man who drinks or smokes. In introducing the Bill the Chancellor the exchequer will announce that Hungary will Issue no More paper Money and that the government intends to practice every Economy to restore Normal financial conditions. Some come Down. Laura was Harry much cast Down after he spoke to your father Nora yes three flights stairs. It will he slowly educated out Mankind that it ought to have overfilling it likes it Ever is. System did not work Weix englishwoman found some Duad i tages in giving instructions in the sign language. An English lady was talking about her cleverness in getting a lius Siu servant. She can t speak a word English and i can t speak russian she finished. But How do you manage then asked her Friend. it s quite simple. 1 just wave my hands about and make faces and she does t Quetu understand she get off and does something else so ill the work gets done in Law on the Friend culled hoping to Cater a glimpse the russian treasure and found the mistress in tears. That dreadful bolshevik she walled she came up to ask what she a a to do next and i made scrubbing m Lions Menn lug the Kitchen floor course and she did it on my Lokeij polished dining Taslo instead and it is absolutely ruined i and now sue l sulking in the Kitchen smoking tue cigarettes and i can t make her i de stand that she s not to take theml flying High. This civil service stuff Nhou Mauv. Emit los seems Ruthei what is it examination for a government Louisville courier journal. Just so. We Ordinary people never get invited to a House yes. W have a lot Luck that we Don t minds too Many men ure full with useless knowledge. Not much n Victory is won Vita a Man obeys with n grumble almost As easy swishing four breakfast cup is ready without trouble or delay when instant Postum is the table beverage. To a teaspoonful instant Postum in the cup add hot water stir and you have a satisfying comforting drink Deu Gotful in taste and with no harm to nerves or digestion. As Many cups As you like without regret. There s a reason your grocer Sells Postum in two forms Postum Cereal Ute packages made by boiling fall 20 it vutes. Instant Postum in tvs made instantly in the cup by adding hot vat Matefy Postum Cereal Creek Mich. 36 38
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