Postville Herald in Postville, Iowa
3 Nov 1921

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3 Nov 1921

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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - November 3, 1921, Postville, Iowa His lad earned All his medals the Postville Herald Postville Iowa. Nebraska youth has wonderful record of heroic deeds in world War. Was decorated four times wins distinguished service Cross for extraordinary bravery in action also gets Croix de Guerre and military medal of non s n Veteran of ii he world War who carries about Lii medals that could to crowded on one Brawny Chest and the Best part Fitt it is Liat he actually earned every one of them. He is Carl m. Lunge of neb., and has the distinction of being Nebraska s most dec. Rated Soldier. It gently his Stdio own Rcd him the highest Honor it could bestow upon a Soldier. He was selected by Trio state commander of die american legion to represent be. Imison at the burial in Arlington Rem Cthery Washington on armistice Clay of an unknown Soldier killed in France. enlisted from april 17, 1017, just i t Days follow ing decl Amitton or War by president Wilson. To was one of 11 buys volunteering from that town and i la leu at that time. He was assigned to company a second machine gun battalion of the first division. This unit embarked june Lii and inned in Krince lune0, i a. It was among he Glrst 1,000 Amer Lynu troops to enter the War 7.0110. N Bastile Day. Of their arrival Parade i at the time of their arrival the morale of French citizenry and troop shaken Anil Al the inv the French government was badly Gllnn of the first three american Hoys killed in the War. Awarded four medals. Carl lunge received four medals and the French Cord awarded units for gallantry. The following is the list of medals and donors distinguished service Cross awarded at Mont Almetir Germany by general l or Shang with the following citation private first class Carl m. Lunge co. A second machine gun battalion. For extraordinary bravery in action near Al Euville France. Seeing that his Glrst line was being held by machine gun lire from the Woods private lunge with another Soldier voluntarily made his Way through a terrific barrage and entered the Woods cleared out three machine guns killing several of their Crews and captured about Twenty prisoners. Falling in ills attempt to communicate the Success of his Mission to the attacking wave lie himself went Back and finding his Oll leers had All become ens unities assisted in the organization of a Small Force and leading it to the French Croix de Guerre with Palms designating a citation awarded him by general commander of the first division. Mei Laylle Mill nire presented by marshal Petal ii. Mcd title Mill nire received from French government Laler through the mail. Copper Serpent found near noted Monk s Mound Kast st. Louis Copper Serpent believed to have been the object of worship by prehistoric inhabitants has been Otid in a slowed Field near Monk s Mound the largest of the Cahokia group of Indian Mounds near Here. Or. Yvo. K. Morehead scientist who is directing Exerv Nylon work on the Mounds pronounced the find important. He said Only three other similar serpents have been found in american Mounds. The Serpent is six inches Long made of refined Copper and has four Colls. Rocking chair Home motor Canadian invention rocks baby washes clothes sews and fans the occupant. Sorel new invention will he at Sorel if everything turns out As Well As expected. This invention consists of a machine actuated by a rocking chair which it is said generates enough Power to run any machine in the House such As washing machines fans Etc. The inventor and proprietor is .7. T. Lem arc of mask Nonge and the organizer is to. P. Dart of Australia. Several of the Industrial Heads of Sorel went to inspect Trio invention and commend it for the country where no other Power is available. Swept by wave of child crime scores of youths in big cities await court action on criminal charges. Takes it up considers plan to use army training corps for offenders wayward girls my boy bandits on the increase in Lingin child crime is Imu t  11 l i i 11 u the men Liui of Villi civils of the i of labor mini Oiler us clip i s of 1 in government i Well is i in interest of a Iolo rims. Vef ii workers i civic or i Iii ,".-. Ishri big Hirut the tinted slates. More than l in Scotland was spent at la Lair Serosa Tim moors. Waiting court action on charges of murder and manslaughter. Juvenile courts in All big cities no crowded with offenders. In several cities additional judges have been assigned to juvenile courts to clean up the dockets. Lieford glories detention Homes and houses of Refuge to which police Send boys Ami girls of tender ago to await court action Are crowded in All sections of the country. Favors training Camps. Atlo Rucy tick Vernl Dau Gaierty has Given the problem much consideration. In a to president Harding or. Daugherty suggested the establishment of Federal Camps for the training of Hoy offenders. The citizenship branches of trip Interior and labor departments Are also studying the problem with a View to making recommendations for Reform and training of Youthful lawbreakers. On the possibility of diminishing child crime throughout the country depends in great measure the nation s future Standard of citizenship of Licals say. Attorney Genera Daugherty recommended to the president that the government convert into reformatory training Camps for boy lawbreakers some of the army Cantonment. He planned to train there the Youthful offenders in craftsmanship of various kinds and the value of clean and upright living. This combined course of training in work mid ethics would make Good citizens of Many boys who come into collision with the police. Or. Daugherty believes. Under the present system of sending them to penitentiaries and so called reformatories Little real Reform is accomplished according to the attorney general who believes Many youths finish serving their sentences with a bitter haired of society which transforms them into habitual criminals. The increase of crime by children now sweeping Trio entire country has its counterpart in England Germany France and Many other countries reports show. It is believed to be n direct result of the War when hundreds of Young boys and girls were loft Prats to locally without parental guidance of. The right kind. With fathers and older Brothers away at War mothers in Many cases could not restrain impulses or their sons and daughters with lie result that the children sought evil companions and were led into criminal habits. Many boys turn bandits. Records of the police in new York and other Eastern cities Are tilled with fuels Annc ening the arrest of boy burglars and inn dts whose Ages Are found to be hut fourteen and to Fleen years. The number of offenders under Twenty years is enormous of Licals say. Data showing the exact relation Between the numbers of adult and child lawbreakers now is being collected from police in Niue in centers. Gangs of boys Are responsible for a Large number of holdups now occurring in big cities police say. Police find la difficult to Cope with child crime because in Many cases the crime represents the first attempt. It is the Amateur burglar and Footpad who is most difficult to arrest. The ease with which Hoy bandits no Able to obtain firearms in most cities is Ono cause of child crime it is assumed. Wife s value $25. Horridge granted a divorce to Thomas Klvan n leather dealer Klvan insisted on damages Al i so and the court ordered Mack Cump i Mil the Man in the Case to pay the wronged husband $215. West give wife 75 per cent i York magistrate establishes ratio for distribution of husband s income. A a few John Koch Jorfor 0f Queens 1ms established n 1� of three fourths of a Man s in-i6 for Ida wife and one fourth of pm s income for himself plus we Brough t before the. Stigl Stonto in the complaint that i Bill to properly support them will have to observe this division to moot the approval of the magistrate Walter to error was before the magistrate charged by his wife with failing to support her. Woe tier can pay Only $7 to ills wife because he fins to pay to a Wank for his own room and Board said his attorney Toiv to you figure that a wife can support herself on $7 n week when the husband himself spends $15 a week " asked the magistrate i Oarn 78,000 a year and $0,000 of this i give to my wife. I Lyvo always maintained this relative ratio and it has resulted la a Happy Home thut la what your client will have to do sees White Robin. Dubuque a pure White Robin was soon among a Lodi of Rob lib by a. London in Cue of the City Parks. Observing the activities of the strangely garbed songster or. Lugton said that the White Robin seemed to be the sock Leader marketing poor Hay brings loss either the producer or shipper suffers when off Grade product is sold. Be fed to Stock advice on keeping grades separated according to commercial standards baling from the stack and loading into cars prepared by the United states department of agriculture unless there is a Scarcity of marketable Hay or in unusual demand the shipping of poor Hay to Market generally results in a loss either to the producer or a hipper. When but Little Hay of inferior Quality is arriving on a Market it is usually absorbed along with the Good any at a discount ranging from $1 to ?2 per ton for each Grade each lower Grade Selling at a discount of from $1 to $2 under the Grade next above it. When receipts of Low Grade Hay Are heavy there is generally a wide spread in the discount so that no. 2 Liny frequently will not bring within from $5 to $8 of the Price it which the no. 1 Grade of the same kind of Huy is Selling. Also a poor demand almost always results in heavy discounts on the lower grades and buyers show a preference for the better any even it a higher Price. Quality sometimes affects grading. Investigations by specialists in the Bureau of markets and crop estimates. United states department of agriculture show that when any Hay producing Section has had unfavourable when the Hay has been baled and separated into grades according to Quality it should be loaded into cars with equal care As to grades. Hay making weather which has caused Hay to become too Ripe or stained or otherwise damaged growers or shippers in that Section Are prone to lower their ideas As to Grade requirements. The Best Hay in Trio territory becomes no. I whether it tills the technical requirements of that Grade or not the lower grades Are graded accordingly. This tendency toward leniency in Grade interpretations is often communicated to or reflected in the tributary markets especially if there is a brisk demand. Indeed there Are so Ninny factors which enter into the marketing of off Grade Hay that it is very do Filault for producers or shippers of such Hay Ever to obtain entirely satisfactory results and the department believes that in most instances it would be a much More profitable procedure to use off Grade or damaged Hay on the farm or to sell it locally to someone who has use for that particular kind of Hay. When it is not possible to dispose of the any in this Way and it must be marketed because of financial reasons or Lack of storage the department states that the employment of the following suggestions for preparing and shipping the Hay will result in More profitable returns keeping grades separated i Rondo your Bay according to commercial standards rather than local ideas. 2. Load cars uniformly and invoice correctly. 8. Choose markets on Refu j relative to their demand for the kind of Hay to be marketed. Weedy patches should not be mowed if mowed the cutting should it be stacked with the Good Hay loads or parts of loads damaged by rain or other causes should be thrown out or deposited in separate places they should not be stored with Good any with the idea Tomt after going through the sweat they will be All right and of equal Quality. While sweating May improve some conditions relative to Market any it will not eliminate the weeds or cure Hay badly stained Musty or too wet. In the Billing process rids Hay must be thrown out if the Best returns Are desired. Whon in Long from the stack Hay on the top or sides Tomt is weather Din aged should be raked or Cut off. Trio Bay near the ground at the Bottom of Tho stack also is generally damaged too much to be baled with the Good Liny. Special care should be taken in trimming Tho stack to remove All damaged or stained Hay. A Little of this inv in a Bale or car will cause a Henvy discount whereas it Enn usually be used on a farm in place of Hay which will bring a better Market Price. Kven if Only a part of a Hale is weedy or damaged the whole Bale is usually thrown out or graded according to Tho poorest Hay in Tho bile. In some markets this principle is employed in grading the whole car and the Grade of the poorest Huy found is assigned to the car. The fact that live Stock will edit the damaged any has Little bearing upon the commercial Grade and is not sufficient reason for incurring the expense of baling and shipping. Load cars uniformly. When the any has been baled and separated into grades according to Quality it should be loaded into Tho cars with equal care an to grades. If not sufficient any of one Grade is available for a car another Grnde May be loaded but should be segregated and not loaded promiscuously with th6 other any. It is also a Good practice to invoice the Hay exactly stating the number of Bales of each kind. A Choice Quality of Hay will sell Well in almost any Market. Under present standards lower grades Are More do Filault to dispose of. Some markets have better demand for certain grades than others. It is important that Tho shipper knows at what Market the Best demand exists for the Quality of Liny he has to offer. Markets which have n demand Only from users of horses can use Only the better grades of Timothy markets which have a Dairy Trade can use Clover mixtures and Alfalfa and markets with a demand from feeders of Stock Cuttle can use the lower grades of Timothy and the various grades of Prairie. In Central Western markets the debt grades of Prairie take the place of the Best grades of Timothy for horse feed and in the far West Grunn Hay is used for the same purpose. Although n few markets have a demand from certain sources for Low Grnde Musty mow Burnt or very weedy any Buch any generally Sells it but a Little better Price than a common Grade of Straw. Grassy Liny and some grades of Prairie can be sold As packing Hay but the prices obtainable will not justify a Long haul at present freight Rales. Colorado adopts u. S. Potato grades eleven states now use Federal standards officially. New division of marketing in the Mountain state also is preparing grades for apples and other kinds of fruit. Prepared by Tho United states department it agriculture adoption of United states potato grades la Colorado has increased the amount of the crop marketed on this basis by More than 12,1 00,000 bushels according to the August estimate of the Bureau of markets and crop estimates United states department of agriculture and raises to 11 the number of states that have made the United states grades official. Although the use of the Federal standards 1ms been optional since the Days of the United states food administration they Are now used Olla Clilly for grading lit per cent of the total crop and for o to 45 per cent More. Following the Lead of other Western Stales Colorado created at the last session of i he legislature a division of marketing and provided for the inspection of fruits and vegetables on the basis of state grades. The new division started work in july and hearings Wen held in producing sections throughout the state for the purpose of establishing practical standards that would be satisfactory to the Trade. These conferences led to the prompt adoption of the United states grades recommended by the United states department of agriculture for potatoes onions cabbages Bend lettuce rough and washed celery cucumbers and fresh tomatoes. State standards were also promulgated for Beans cauliflower and sacked vegetables. Apple grades have been prepared also by the Colorado division of marketing in co operation with the Bureau of markets and crop estimates after a series of hearings and grades for boxed and bulk Stock will be an shipping officially graded potatoes in Colorado. Noim ced in the near future. Owing to he late Start of the work lie division of Iii Rueting will not attempt the inspection of peaches or pears this season. The. New work is receiving enthusiastic support from most of the growers and shippers who feel that it will do much toward building up the reputation of Colorado products in the markets. Although the service is not yet fully organized a total of 1,000 cars were inspected during the first month s operation. Commercial scratch Grain value of any mixture will of Pence upon its composition and Quality of grains. A Large number of commercial mixtures both of scratch grains and of ground grains Tiro prepared for poultry feeds but the value of any mixed commercial feed depends upon its composition and the Quality of the grains used in its preparation. If u poultry Raiser does not produce any Grain and keeps a comparatively Small number of fowls it is often better for film to buy commercial mixed feeds. Tho average Farmer however should feed Home grown grains supplemented with Mill feeds and meat scrap and Tho Large poultry Man usually can mix his own feeds to Best advantage. Just Little Smi at an advantage. You think motion pictures show Tho actor at an advantage decidedly replied or. Storming ton Barnes especially in some of the More primitive communities. When the actor appears Only As a photograph the audience while it May make unkind remarks finds it absolutely useless to throw Are you a Mother ? if you re Young or in Middle life you cannot afford to Overlook on word in this letter. Spring fold 111.-"when i reached Middle life my health was very poor and i was in an expectant condition i had taken or. Pierce s favorite prescription at an earlier period. When i needed a tonic and Nervine and decided to try it again. I took it for months before and after my baby came and i give it the highest Praise for the Benefit to both received from it. I do not think 11 would have lived thru that experience had it not been for Favorito mrs. Marie l. Thompson 1026 n. First st. Obtain this prescription of or. Pierce s at your nearest drug store in tablets or liquid or Send 10c to or. Pierce b invalids hotel in Buffalo n. Y., for trial pkg or writ Tor tree medical advice. Subnormal men. I m Arnld to Are going to lose this Case said the fair defendant s lawyer. What s the trouble our client s been on the witness stand for the last 15 minutes and not a single Ono of the jurors seems to to aware that she has a neat pair of age Herald. Came to the right Man. First artist Well old Man How is business second artist of splendid i got a commission this morning from u millionaire. Wants his wife and children pointed very badly. First artist Well old Man you re the very Man to do that for him. Most of them do. His voice actually trembled when he took the Atli of it was n solemn True but it was also his first experience us n Public servant. After he s been elected to office a few times hell swear irs glibly As a coloured witness in a crap shooting fired it is said of the late Andrew Carnegie began the efficiency expert impressively. I won t have this stormed the self made Boss. If he was late discharge him it doctor s Little wheeze. Hut doctor i m in no position to undergo an operation for Aren t you Fiat on your Back of Well that s the Correct arithmetic Wolfey George dear would you mind helping me with a Little bit of arithmetic Hubby not at All. Wolfey Well if we pay the Cook All the wages she wants will we have enough Money left to buy anything Jbv her to Cook. Usually. The world s All right just i of icons it s usually the Man Thill s wrong the egotist. There s no denying that Bill has a pretty High opinion of himself. To thinks he is one Man in n not if i know him be does the thinks he s the other 09 the reason. First taxi Driver there Ain t As Many people killed now As there used to be it seems to me. Second taxi Driver no nearly everybody owns a ear. And there Ain t enough people to go tales. Writing for a crowd. Harold i wish you would t be quite so scornful of All hair that in t Don t you like my letters dear of course 1 do. Hut some of the girls i show them to Haven t Golden then it went. What a Louison working again i thought he d retired with a he did but the minute he retired his wife knew he Hail Seline rat ase. Box. New method Pujol is a lubricant not a laxative. Without forcing or irritating Pujol softens the food waste. The Many tiny Muscles in the intestines can then remove it regularly. Abs a Olu Tely harmless try it. Tum Oam Mabou inconvenient husband attorney and was t it the fact thut you insisted i taking this woman out to dances unit caused the trouble defendant no sir not it All. Attorney Well what was it then defendant the fact Tomt her husband Gargoyle. He Felt at Safe distance. Hull got a Lei Tor from your Mother he what does she say wife of nothing. Hub Lle ally that in t at nil like your Mother. Dyed her skirt dress sweater and draperies each pne Kuge of Diamond dyes contains directions to pimple any woman can Imp or tint her worn shabby dresses skirts waists Coats stockings sweaters. Of rings draperies hanging everything Iveli it she Lias never Deil before. Buy Diamond dyes no other kind then per acct Home dyeing is sure Hec Iuse Diamond orcs Are nun need not to spot fade Streak or run. Tell your druggist whether to material you wish to Dye is Wool or Iii or whether it is Linen Cotton or noted . Quite English. Of what use is cavalry in modern warfare naked Trio examiner at Tho military College. I really could t say answered Young Archibald flt Valentine unless it is to impart tone to what would otherwise he u Mere vulgar Brawl not too much. I like a Man with plenty of touch and go about the last Man i saw of that description was in jail for picking neatness. Does your boy Josli show a fondness for books yes suld Farmer Corntassel. But Losh is terrible neat. He s so fond of books that he s afraid to open Ono for fear of Gottin it mussed free speech you have the right to give your opinions i of replied senator sorghum but Thero Are occasions on which i d rather be paid Tor theia by a gone for Good. Now said the great magician. Tolling up his sleeves to show that he lad no concealed mechanism to deceive the eyes "1 shall attempt my lever Fulling taking from Bis pocket u half Dol a he said i shall cause this Coin of disappear so say Ling be loaned it to n Friend. A lady of distinction it recognized by the delicate fas Cleat no into Deuce of the perfume she uses. V. Bath with Cut Laura soap and hot Vator to thoroughly cleanse the pores Ollo cd by a dusting with gut Cura Talcum powder usually Means a Clear Sweet healthy . When the contracting parties unite n their efforts to make marriage a Success it is Seldom a failure. A positive assert Lon May silence Iregui Lieut even if it does t convince. Might and morning. He Strong Hia thy they threaten smart or Burn to sore irritated inflamed or ten. Soothe Kei Neenaa. Sate for . At Audi Onriett Walt for vec Bye Book. Hutst Feytl fatty cb., cutt 4

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