Postville Herald in Postville, Iowa
18 Nov 1926

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Postville Herald in Postville, Iowa
18 Nov 1926

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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - November 18, 1926, Postville, Iowa Dining room in Queen Marie s Chicago hotel \ this is the main dining room in the fashionable Lake Shore drive hotel the lodging place of Queen Marie of Rumania in Chicago the management provided a private dining room for the Royal guest but she preferred to take some of her meals in this Beautiful room inhere a solid Gold service was placed at her disposal 1.-arrests of coast guardsmen at Boston on charges of dealing with rum runners and bootleggers. 2._prince of a ales inspecting St. Cyr military Academy during his. Formal visit to France. 3.-scene during an eighteen hour fire in the Texas Oil held at spindle top. A " Canadian liquor smuggled in Coal is nabbed prohibition agents at Spokane wash., found liquor was being smuggled across the Canadian Border hidden t or z f  8nd Sfer 8 pist01 bottle the causal three men and a Wonjang be leases. Reece held its elections last Veek Aud the republicans wer6 victorious winning about 05 per cent of the votes and 1g0 of Tho 2s0 seats in parliament. Premier Condyles and ills government resigned Aud president Pond Cariotis called on Kafantaris to form a new Cabinet. It was hoped that former Premier Venizelos would return and accept the ministry of for eign affairs. With the simple declaration that Light travels at the rate of 290,-796 Kilometres per second made before the National Academy of science in Philadelphia or. Albert a. Michel son of the University of Chicago an bounced the practical completion of the research that has occupied most of his time for forty years. The old rate of Light travel As used in close scientific research and Given in All the textbooks had been established at 299.800 Kilometres per second or 04 Kilometres More than that determined by doctor Michelson. Astronomers and physicists will now have to overhaul and reshape their calculations. The Chicago scientist s latest results were worked out in California by flashing a beam of Light from mount Wilson to mount san Antonio and Back again a distance of 44 Miles. Liis work was carried on All summer. Hundreds of natives were drowned and great property damage was done by a typhoon that swept Over n Section of the Island of Luzon in the Philippines. Many villages were wiped out and the inhabitants blown into the sen to perish. It was estimated that the storm destroyed 5 per cent of the world s Coconut crop. The town of la Plata md., was struck by a Tornado that wrecked a schoolhouse and some houses and killed about a score of persons fourteen of whom were school children among the deaths recorded during the week was that of James in Hackett one of America s Best actors in Paris. He had spent much of his time of late in France and was exceedingly popular in that country. A g. Sholes who As n youth was Sherman s personal Telegraph operator on the March to the sea passed away in Chicago Rev. D. D. Forsyth Secretary of the methodist Board of missions died in a Chicago Hospital. Following the example of the governments of Italy and Russia marshal Pilsudski dictator of Poland caused to be issued a decree which threatens with fines and prison sen Tencis ranging from three Days to three months whoever spreads wrong information about government action or government members or military movements. If reports Are spread by the newspapers they will be sup pressed and the owners As Well an the men responsible for the news will be fined or jailed. The important Point. In that Tho polish government reserves unto itself the right to interpret this Law us it pleases therefore everybody in Poland is living in the uncertainty of the Days of despotism. 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The legion it its National convention in Philadelphia urged again upon Congress immediate enactment of legislation to make possible mobilization of All resources both of material and Man Power in event of War asserted the adjutant in an interview. The first definite action toward Universal draft legislation was taken by the legion at its National convention at Kansas City in 1021, when Hun Ford Manider then newly elected National commander arid now assistant Secretary of War appointed a committee to study the question.  the committee reported the following year and the form of legislation it recommended was approved. A Hill was introduced in the House by Johnson of South Dakota and another one in the Senate by capper of Kansas. Hie followed a series of it Talta based on the fear that the Law would allow the president to conscript labor in Pence time. Last year Kep Yesenin Tivo Johnson introduced the legion s Universal draft Bill slightly modified in language to completely refute the charge that it would provide for the Industrial draft of workers of time of peace through presidential action alone. Senator capper introduced an identical measure in the Senate. These two Bills Are still before no retrenchment do you really think to should Elope Dora certainly. My fam Fly s looking Forward to sure Relief " co pm 6 Bell ans hot water a sure Relief jell ans for indigestion est end 75f fik8solfveiywr�r� 7

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