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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - October 14, 1926, Postville, Iowa
That Post Vilii Herald Post he. Iowa. Cornell University s Beautiful War memorial a i in rising in the renter of Tho group of men s dormitories at Cornell University mul dominating this cent Tor of student life will stand Cornell s War memorial commemorating the heroism of 230 Corne ulans who gave their lives in the world m War and honouring the j.s50 who i a were under arms. The memorials takes the form of two lofty towers 1 1 connected by a cloister. Each of a tvo Corens mostly Farmers who Are japanese subjects. Recently the Man Churlin government repudiated the agreement permitting japanese subjects lease agricultural lands and sent troops confiscate the crops. The japanese rushed troops machine guns and red Cross detachments the Border and ordered All Garrison troops in that Region be held in readiness for action. T3ecause he permitted one of the , the oldest son of the former Crown Prince March with the prussian guards in the recent Maneu vers Gen. Hans von seeckts commander in chief in the German reach swear has lost his Job. He was considered the Complete Militarist and for six years the allies have been protesting against his rejuvenation of the German army. General von seeckts created the present array 100, 000 Strong every Man a perfect Soldier chosen from t.,000.000 available. Under his plan it is figured that when the next War comes germ ii will have 1,000,000 trained officers and sergeant majors. The prussian state government and Tho Lohen Zollers have reached non Keement on How much Prussia shall pay the former Royal family relinquish its claims on everything it left behind. The former Kaiser will get 20.0 10,000 Gold Marks $3,000,000 in Cash ls0,0l 0 acres of land from his forever estates and three castles tit Schwes Kuer Rath and Willenbruch and the former Crown Prince gets oels Castle in addition. Dictator Pilsudski ended his dispute with the polish parliament by accepting Tho resignation of the Bartel Cabinet and himself taking the Post of Premier his Cabinet is declared be the strongest that Poland has yet Hud. Besides the premiership Pilsudski holds the War portfolio. August Zal Osul is again minister of foreign affairs. The american federation of la opened its annual convention in l Detroit. And incidentally got into a Wrangle with the churches of that City. President William Green had been invited speak at n y. M. C. A. Meeting and other labor leaders bad been asked occupy ten Detroit pulpits but these invitations were withdrawn at the instance of the Hoard of Commerce and the building trades association which charged that the Aims of the federation were not in Harmony with ideals of american patriotism. This was vigorously protested by the federation. The federation voted org Ulze the automobile Industry so serious have become the deprivations of the european Corn Borer in Ohio Michigan and Indiana that the National Corn Borer committee was called meet in Chicago for the purpose of devising some plan Check the. Advance of the pest toward Illinois and Iowa. The insects Are advancing Westward at the rate of Twenty Twenty five Miles yearly. Dean Curtis of the Iowa state agricultural College who called the committee says the Borer is the most formidable pest that Ever has threatened the Midwest and thnh its invasion of the great hog raising states would be a dire calamity since they cannot substitute other crops for Corn As Michigan and Ohio ure doing. Iii . Queen Marie of Rumania Vav was haying Beautiful gowns in Paris our government was laying plans for her reception. The state department announced that she would be met at quarantine in now York on october is by assistant Secretary of state j. Butler Wright and taken Washington on a special train. The. Next Day president and mrs. Coolidge will give a dinner in her Honor. The Story that the Queen had accepted any contract appear in the movies in America was formally denied by a member of her party. D he sons who followed with avidity 1 the tortuous course of the Stillman divorce litigation and their name is legion wore interested Road that James Bud Stillman son of . And mrs. James Stillman is engaged wed miss Lena Wilson an eighteen year old scotch Canadian girl who was a servant in the Sull atm House in Canada As were her two Sisters and a brother . And mrs. Wilson said they were highly pleased with their daughter s Choice. The lad is a student in Princeton University so the wedding will not take place until next june after his graduation. Por the purpose of promoting commercial aviation the air plane in which commander Byrd flew Over the North pole is making a tour of the country in he course of which it will visit about 40 cities. On the first leg of the journey from Washington new York Byrd was at the controls but for the rest of the trip the Pilot will Floyd Bennett who made the Polar flight with Byrd. Tho expenses. Of the expedition Are being defrayed by the Daniel Guggenheim fund which is acting in co opera ton with the department of Commerce. South africans wish remain in Empire the doubts concerning general Hertzog s attitude toward South Africa s remaining within the British Empire were set at rest when he announced that in attending the Imperial conference be had no wish be anything else than a helpful associate in advancing the interests of the British Community of general Hertzog continued we blend apply ourselves the task. Of the conference in a spirit of cooperation seeking by United action promote the common interests of us All. One of the main tasks. If not the main task with which the conference will be confronted will be if i mis take not have the co operation Between the member states of the Commonwealth placed on a More certain and satisfactory basis. If Success in that respect is result questions of fundamental nature affecting Empire relations both do Nina we and foreign will have be grappled with and decided. ,.given Good will courage and Faith we ought be Able accomplish much that will ensure permanency and Harmony in our relations in general Hertzog s declaration is regarded As equivalent a denial of the rumours that the nationalist party of which he is Leader is working for secession from the Empire. Another Dominion Premier arrive was Walter Monroe of newfound land who kind he Hud no constitutional adjustments propose. 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