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THE SIOUX CITY JOURNAL; SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1930. CATHOLICS TO HOLD CONGRESS 13-y'ear-Old Nebraska Boy Wins 7 Medals in National Rifle Tilt Sixth National Will Open Monday at Omaha VH«nrr I.acl Youngest Event to Compete in Matches w when the even of Oatholir churclr mwmrwr* will turn to the sixth Na-| Kurharlstir congress hern, i The congre.w will continue until ISVKR. XKR—Special: Kev. -. . ,_ . • w */ " n m"d.-"l« were won hv OirM.ha.-#n-o m «h* win occupy. YV nilfy R ,„,,„,, j.,. VPar . o|d «h» renter of attraction In world. \Vi.«n»r boy In the national rifle f"a»hollft circles starting Monday. 1 matrhf* at f'nnip perry, Ohio. Illley plnced necond In each of the matches in cias* R. Juniors, for hoy* f« yenr* nnd under. Four of the medals wore for the standing, *it(Ine-, kneeling nnd prone position* , in the small horo rifle match. The of the con- ,,the r three nere a ROM medal Olmrp-j .-•hooter), silver (rhark*man) ond !>ii>H7.e (pro nini-k.oiiian). Ililey I* the grandton of Dr. T.ln- colii Illley of Winner, faptain of the N'elininkfi Chilian rifle te;im. w lii'.-h took rrtirt in th« national mark*man*" mntchns nt Camp I'erry. The doctor, nho I* fl:i jpam old. wn.« the oldest man nt thn camp and his grandson the youngest, and they! have the distinction of being the only grandfather and grandson to enter On the opening sre.'f. a meeting nf the T'llex'*- KII- <-hari*lic. 1/engue Dint director* and the offi r lil civic, recep'ion to Most JI«! v. Pietro Kinspmo-H'ondl, Busine«s .«"."ion* nnd tlie Hot; hour plniine«J nt e-nt-h fitnnha Cntli- die i -(lurch fenlure the next day nhlle nn Vedncgday. the yreat outdoor meeting at Crelghton stadium I* the feature event. Further bij.slne,** sessions will be held Thursday. Highlight* In the program for the Congre.n follows: , Monrtaj 4:M p. m.—Meeting of Hirer-tor* of rrie.otB' F p. m.—fix Ic reception for; TuosdaJ 12.00 p. m.— truncheon, 3:00 p. m.—First session for the ship system, have visited over SO rural schools during- the past, week. or povf'A FOR MANY YEARS IUKS! | Ponca, Neb. - -Special: Mi«s Elizabeth O'Connor, primary (earlier irij 9:30 a. m.— Solemn pontifical vltive "" ''"»'» fchool.i, dle.l stid<lenly n.i ifl.«* of the Hlc!>sed Snrrnment. •*'"• ««-•' flhotif to enter the superln- rident'a office in th» school build-! ?, after having disrnl*fled her grade I for the flay. *:00 p. m.—Solemn hour of adorn-! Minn O'Connor bad tuaght In i.ijt-j tlon for the rlergy. j " n '™inty <3 years, as yearn of 1 »:00 p. m.—Pti'bllo holy hour of. wnleh sll » was «• teacher In thr adoration for churches. 1:0(1 the laity In all city ma-fa or of n. — Pontifical requiem for deceased members Priests Riirharlfillo league. low runs* for on which she Ponca rlty She leaven surviving her three brothers, .lames and Edward of Ponca, and William of Okanogen, Wash., and one ulster, Mrs. Mary Mrtjuillen,' M.'irtlnsbiirg. i BAR APPROVES WORLD COURT Watertown hospital, where h» will] I have to remain about a week. : i Plan Sunday Srliool Meet j \Vatertown. S. II.—Special: A good' attendance |« expected at the annual convention of th« Codlngton founty Sunday School association, which will-be held In Watertown, ^.'ovemher I and 2. At a meeting herei of Kiimlny school workern from atl i parts of the county, committees appointed to make arrangement* for! the convention. In addition to Sun-i day school officer* and repre»entn-j Plninr Falls. 5». !>.— UP)-.The Sotil), j " v<% " of th * ro1|ll1 V Sunday school*, Dakota. Rar association Frldav wa.'[f "."''T','"' I""'" 1 "",! "'n'f [""I""* '" ! Sunday school work will he In nt- on record a* favoring participation tendance nnd will make addrennea. hy the Trilled Slate* In the world Ixwljre Observe* Anniversary Springfield. P. r».~Special: The Sonth Dakota Lawyers Favor Enlry of the United Slate* coirrt and pan>age of a atafe constitutional amendment to permit Judges Deborah Rebecca lodge of Spring-! to auspend sentences for first of. .„„,,, C( , w>r1(iv1 „, 3 3rd anniversary, fenders. . | Tuesday with a program aulted to Walter O. Mlsaer, Pierre, was the occasion, Inrhidlng musical num- ' elected president as the Iwr conven- hers by Mrs. Irene Fender, a paper lion closed here Thursday. 1 n - v •^' r - < *- '•"'" Monfore, and a proph- fieorse Williams, nnpld flty: Tore '< rr - v ''- v I; " v - A - «' "'nrner. Only two Telgen, Sioun Falls, and Mark W. i'VKIlU i . -\KIC.1I. II KOH .I) UHl »:30 a. m.-Sewlon for the clergy. l!:fln p. m. — r/uncheon. Nam* society. 1:00 — National perl* over Cedar roiint.v, will he more prevalent thin year, due to poor feeding condition*. IS OI'KNKI) NRAR \VISNKR; n.iys Kill HaltlrKnakes West Point, \pb.--Sprclal: With Shuirt. Neb. -Special: Two rattle- J:20 p, m.—Session for the clergy.I" 1 " opening of the St. Matthews J,u- Bnake.*, ghostly remnanta of Indian 7:00 p. m.—KuchariMIc (lemnnrttra-j tllf ' r '>n parochial school near Winner,' day.*, when thousand* crawled about tion under the auspices of the Holy!" 1 * number of parochial schools In! the vicinity. «i>rt> killed on the banks ''umirig county has readied the] of the Xlohrara river north of here broadcast over' "'inilier of 10, Including ,«ix Lutheran i by Clyde llamphrey* and of tlie original charter member* Mill live in Springfield and are regular Sheaf, Wntertown, wer« e|er.( P ,| ,jr|.; ,,„,,.,, a ,, Prulan ,, T ,, ny flr<1 Mr , K(| . egale* to (lie national convention, K.' ward Monfore and Mr*. Jesse Mon- f,. Smith, ^'ermil!lon: W. F. Mason, fore. Aberdeen, and Ix>wl.<i Rennon. Huron. * . ore alternates. Refunding Rnml* Snld The ]OSI convention, to be held I Elkton, S. D.—Refunding bond* of Jointly with the North Tlnkota Bar: tlie rlty of Klkton have been Iwiued association, wa* tentati\e|y n warded p tn the fimount of J7,0flfl, nnd have to Rapid city. If the North Dakota., been sold to a Minneapolis company, ansoelatlon prefers. It will be ^held ! They will draw Interest nt the low- In Aberdeen. * | rnte of 5 per cent. The proceeds of these bonds, together with $l,5DI)j av.iilable cash In tt.e rlty treasury.! n.AY C'OI'NTV RKSIIIKNT, will be u«,e,| to pay off'n bond of' Verrnlllion, S. I).—Special: Fuller- ?"i,"iOn which i?.«ued for the pur-! a! service* for Arnt .1. I/ohre, for f.O. pone of Installing a en* plant, and! yearn n continuous resident nf ('lay. for which no sinking fund had been) fiunty, were lir.|<| nt the fajnily home: provided. > iere and then at SI. Peter'* church —* ' ' lenr flreenflnlil Fridiiy. Ti> Advertise I,a!<c* Horn In Sweden In 181.1, a* a lad Watcrtown. S. T). — Special: Mem- of 7 year* he tame to America In j her* of the ('odlngton county post 1S70 with his parents. They aettleiliof the American T."clon, at. a, meet- on a Clny county homestead nine! Ing here, decided to sponsor a move- mile* north of Vermillion, where ho 1 merit to Bdvirtinn the lake* of Cod- Mpent boyhood day*. j Ington counly. The lake* to be par- He wa* married .May. IS, ISM, to: ticularly featured are: Medicine lake, Ida Hammer. She filed In 1H20. Sur-,' I.:ike Pellran. Punished Woman's vivlng hlrri" nre hl.t two son*, Dr. j lake nnd Ijike Kampeska, and/other <"!eorge I.ohre of Vermillion, nnd j lake* which nre determined to be de- John Fxihre of Denver: hi* nister,! serving of publicity. The ndvertis-j Mrs. J. P. Slelvtild of Clinton. aii(|,|nir c,-irn[iaiKn will be carried on In two brother.'!, I. J. Ixihre of Prairie' co-opernllon wiht the Waterlown! Center township, nnd Ilev. N. J. Chunihcr of OninuTce, I.olire of .Minneapolis .Minn. ntOQiois MAN'IS TINKD $1(1 KOIt SIIOOTIN(i (il \ Iroqiioia, S. I).—-Special: HIM effort Columbian chain. Speakers: Cardlnali«»'' *»»r fntholic schools. [.Sweet. The boys killed the snakes' '" rP B ulatp hlghwny traffic cost John | poses in Munderleln of Chicago nnd Judge! .The St. Matthews school, which In | while fishing. Th" «um. „,.. ™ ,iu- ; A " s "' r "' "•''l 1 " '» » local filling stn-1 Ing year. School Hudu'ct Itfduccfl Troquois, S. I).—-ifpj'cial: The bnarl of educritlon has fixed $12,ooii as the amount nf the levy for srhool pur- "bout 15 miles nest of West Point.! has not been In session since 19l!i. '' Hev. W. Harms, the veteran I,u-| thera« minister of Cumlng count Manlon. Tliursda.1 *:00 a. m.—Pontifical mass at St. r'ecllia's cathedral for women cnn- gresslonlst.% 9:30 a. m.—Session for clergy, t ™ r h p r of the school. Creighton pymnaslum. 12:09 p. m.—Luncheon. 1:00 p. m.—Final session recllla's cathedral. 3:30 y, Isj 1 sliins are on play In Stuart. One measure* n than four feet in length. Test Voice* for Talkie* Iroi|Uois during the com This in a reduction of the pastor, and Paul Stohlman is the i n,.,j nv iew, Neh.- Sptv-isl: -\\-e.sley In St. SKTTLK DAMAGK SUT AT McKay, high school senior, took first i place in a voice t^stin^ contest put ! on by a film company nt tlie Knox tlou. a fine of ||o in the court of City | f I. ISO from the levy made for 1!"!0.i .lustlce, A. M. Hanson. '|'he rhargoi'I""* reduction wa.s made, possible by' against, the man was Hhooting firp-ithe fact that all outstanding bonds | arms within the city limits. of the school district have been p:iid, ! The defendant told the court he did not nhoot nt anyone in partial- provide fur a sinking fund. It HARTINGTON FOR $l.500i county fair. The testing was done Nehj— Special: Miss I before n microphone, nnd record* nre p. m.—Solemn procession of i Helen M. Thle* of this place, who to he made, of (he host voices. A th<» Blessed Sacrament on the cn-' wn " '"i'Ted In nn automobile accl-1 Rlonrnfleld girl plncen serond and thedral grounds. ''•-»' last Thanksgiving, and who Melvln Cczck of Osmond, third. brought suit In district court against Sectional Mating* for \Voinrn Tuesday, 3:00 p. m.—Knlghta of building. »;0() p. in<—KnlghU ot W. A. <!rant of this city, andd T)r. J. F. Palenaky of How ells, for »'-•">,000. will receive 14,600 /or nersonal . . , T^I""" *'*i pciauiiui mlurles. accordlnjf to terma of a settlement made out of district court here. Mrlon Crop In T.arce 3'lerre, S. IX—Special: The melon ASSISTANCE KKSIDKM S i building:. 4 CEDAR COITNTV PRODt'CE COSIPANT CHAXfiRS HANDS j n\n\- ^C^-'thf ^t^^de^and ', ^™™ ™ «T*™ »™«> guarantors of the Cedar C'ounty Produce company, the buslnen* nnd equipment were sold to Hay Holman, who has been managing the produce crop thin year la Immense, -with from I one to three tniokloads sold on the. Htreeln every day. Melons «r« going tar truck for IflO mllen in fl || <||rec- to Is, lar, hut had Just fired into the nirj Rtated every effort will be made tol to scan! nn automobile load of pen- keep "if district, clear of debt. j Pie into ntopping while he (old them --- * -a few t bines about how to drive on Fin-men lo Attend School the highway*. j Parkston, S. T>. — Special: Chief I The court told the defendant the I Rchrenrt nnd four other members of j the Parkston volunteer fire depart-; ment will join 4'in or more other firemen from points throughout the northwest who will nttend the annual fire school, to be held officers would do wlmtevt-r shootli was necessnry and told Au.ster to turn over hi» gun, which be did. lions. The largest Haade's 20 acres. field is Frank Lincoln, Neb.—Special: A baby girl found nn a doorstep In Albion I'lalnvicH- nuiplo Plain view, Neb.—Special: IN CASK UOUQKKY ASKED Yankton, s. JX—Special: The as- slatancs of 'citizens of Yankton in trac.lnjr possible bank or store bari- al the University of Minnesota, September 22' to 26 Indian School Head leaves (Ills here has been solicited by Chief j Pierre, s. P.— Special: The em- n[ /"ollcfl ^'il/lam J. Tiionius, w ho ! p'".vc« of the Indian schol ga\'e a has announced thst In cane of rob- dinner to Mr. and Mrs. C. R. AA'hit- be.rles In Vankton, tlie fire bell will Ottojbe rung. Cltizons are asked to co- who leave soon for Toppenish, Wash., w AVhitlock has past three years, the 3!» guarantors , . . j.v.,,,,. ..,1,1 ,,,, IHIIK. ' iiizons are n.sitrd to co-I >»««»•. "in-iw i^niM. >-\UIIKH-K uas has been brought to the state home j Schultz. son of Hans s.-hullz. south-; operate by utlemptlng lo g.-t the li- been placed In charge of an Indian for dependent children until a. suit- j «»«t of Plainvlew. nnd /elma Jones, cense number and description of the I reservation. The new superintendent ni.i. ,,„„,„ „„_ u_ , ... . ,!.,.„,,..„ of K|mf , r , onr ,, of Vfr>Mi |)anil|( ( . ai . am , k , tal) on )c her( , w( ,| ,, B (.. B . nirkinson, who! j able home ran h« found for her. I Identity of the child was established ! w<? r« united In marriage al the /,lon house for the " went y-one of IIIB o.i KUU rumors - " —.---...-- . .--- wer. present at the meeting nnd 12 I !'£ *""" Marie >lire Mansfield, of ."«« h«ran parsonRge by Rev. J. Hoi- more sent proxies. Mr. Holman has I th " rhiM w " f « r8 h " rpa "' through 8l€in recentl>. entered Into a connection with Suiter i C "'" r "' rulinn wllh 1he Booile ro " nt > A Co., of Maplelon, la. j authorities. ^^ The Cellar County Produce com- ! ONK KII.I.K1), 'r\V(» Hl'RT pany was organized three yrars ago as a local concern with 39 business firm* signing notes of JfiO each as Tom- security. The officers of the company w-e,re: A. J. I^mmers, president: D. K. Ewing. vice president, and Hay Holman, secretary and treasurer. K. H. Smith. H. 1). Spork and CJeorge Bests were- elected directors and Tnfnnl l)ii>* nf Xeligh, N,.|,. -Specl.-il: The vear- Id .-mil of .Mr. and Mm. John r*lnley IN Al TO A< C'II)p;\T|" f ^''-I'Kn. died Thursday nf Infantile paralysis. Nr> other rases have been ri ported here. and another son were seriously injured in nn automobile accident 'J.j miles southwest of Ewing. Mr. Tomfack and family had attended church In Ewing, and were (llrection taken. comes from the Indian school at His- i The fira bell is no longer used for march fire calls, an electric siren bavins lieen Installed. It Is now tapped to call the police when patrolmen aru , Mr, Holman was employed as man- Jon tlicir way home when tlie accident occurred. Mrs. TomfacK was not seriously hurt. CORN CROP iVrEDAR COUNTY E.NCKEDS PROMISES Haitinston, Neb.— Special: The corn crop in Cedar county is turn- Ins out far better than was anllci- paled earlier In the season. AVeeks of devastating drouth In July occa- ager. FAUSR ARREST*SIIT FOR $62.1100 IS APPEALR!) T.lncoln, Neb.— Special: George H. Zimmerman has appeale<l to the su- prem» court from the I-ancaster district court, which sustained the special appearance of AV. fi. Ruffing- ton. of Wellington. Kan., sued by Zimmerman for $62.000 on the ground of false arrest. Buffmgton, a deputy sheriff, claimed he was exempt from service In Nebraska because he was here only to serve the warrant. Zimmerman lives at Beatrice and secured his release from custody shortly after arrest by a writ of habeas corpus. His attorney attacked the sufficiency of th« complaint and the power of the Kansas justice of the peace who Issued the warrant. He •aid it wa» an attempt to us* the criminal process to enforce collection of a debt tie disputed. •OT FOUND NOT Gl'ILTY OF CHICKEN THEFT CHARGE Hartington, Neb.— Special: Clyde Williams, a former Hartington boy, was acquitted by a jury In district court here on « charge at stealing chickens. William* was arrested on the charg* of robbing a hen house, on tb* complaint of Floyd Oilman of Mifnet, a farmer for whom he had bean working. He was arraigned before County Judge Harry K. Wallace. The poultry, which was alleged to have been stolen, consisted of seven white chickens valued at $6. The defendant pleaded not guilty and his 'ball Was fixed at 1300. Not being able to furnish the bond, William* remained in Jail until the time he was given his freedom by the jury. SCHOOL ATTENDANCE IN CfSDAB COUNTY INCREASED HarUagton, Neb.— Special: All the town mad rural schools of Cedar county now are opened for the new term, and moat of them show a beav- for «opo|lajent than last year. The Knlorlrtiii Srlinol Teacher* Hurtlngton, Neb.- Special: The! nifiTibers of the Tuesday i-luh enter-! family of th- Haitington public school at « ten. Knrnier t'(imniis>l(incr III wuntcfl to report at the city hall. " MKAN TIIIKK~ST"KALS cax OK III XTKH ItlCKOICK TRIP Sioux Fall, S. I).—Special: E. J. .McKay, Sioux Falls, would like to who stole his shotgun he was preparing to go duck j had planned the one-day hunt, ami parked his tar behind his hoiisu at night, with hla shotgun inside, po he could get an early start in the HailiiiKton, N,b.- Special: \ 7! mornin K- When be went to the cur Snivcly. former county commission- j '" lhe "'""ilnif the shotgun and a er of Cedar c -onnty. in Ml nt his home lllanktlt wel ' e 1'ollce are . In Laurel, lie. w:is taken ill \\iih a ' looliln " r ° r the thief. McKay's day's heart altac-k while playing golf. Calls CirumI Island I'aslor --, „-.„-. Plainvlew, Neb.—Special: A call stoned the fear that the corn was lias been given by the roiigrerratioi!- ul church to Kev. Mr. Jlruner of doomed. Instead of hem? a failure this county will harvest at leaM n half crop. 1.138 PtPIKS ENROIXEU IN" DIXON RIRAI, SCHOOLS Ponca, Neb.—Special; According to the report of County Superintendent Richardson, Dixon county has 60 rural schools with 1,238 pupils enrolled, making an average of 1C pupils per school. The largest enrollment In one school is 38, and the smallest is three. Pierce W. C. C 1 . I'. Elects Foster. Neb.—Special: The annual county convention of the W. C. T. U. wa held at the Stark Valley church. The officers elected for the ensuing years are: Mrs. M. H. Christiansen, Plain view, president; Mrs. Amy Kile, Plalnview, vice president; Mrs. Dulfher, Pierce, treasurer; Mrs. O. Grand Island. Miller, Pierce, recording secre- B. tary. and Mrs. Keslie Brand, Plainview, corresponding secretary. Mrs. Shad L.B Monnier Footer will be in charge of the Flower Mission for tbe ensuing- year. Rev. Arva classes In the high schools •re lajftr. 4 comparison of the »n- rollmwt to *acb district vitn the censu* Ms* Indicates an almost too per osjii acteadaace, Emma Scnwerfq, county «u- ot the schools of Cedar Ennis of University Place, Neb., gave an address. Attacb Jewelry for Oil Bill O'Neill. Neb.—Special: Ida M Bartunek, lately manager of bus lines running out of O'Neill, la threatened with a jail sentence, according to Information emanating from Lincoln, where the Htandard Oil company won a Judgment against her for gas and oil. Jewelry attached to satisfy the judgment has not been forfeited and District Judge Frost is considering the constitution- «Jity of obtaining it by Blat-tUeg Hartington. Neb..—Special: There ar« a number of cases of glackiee among th* cattle of Cedar county. Ol« fe*wan«on. living south west of ibis city, lost « valuable 4-year-old Carload of Liquor Seized and Three Men Are Arrested Brooklnffs, a. r>._special: A car with 130 pints of alleged moonshine, labeled Kentucky whisky, and 11 gallons of alcohol, was captured Friday morning by Otis Rldout, policeman. Three nun. giving their names as Ed Bakker, transient, William Riley and Fred Williams, both of St. Paul, were arrested In a restaurant here by Rldout. Bakker fled, but was captured by boys deputized by Ridout. The car was registered in the name of K. J. Gow. Kt. Paul. Williams offered to .plead guilty to transportation tif liquor, stating the car and liquor were his. and the others were passengers. They carne here"from Flandreau and said they were going to Pipcstone. All are being held for Investigation, j Platte Center Man Accused Robbing a Bank in Nebraska Central City, Neb.—Special: Peter Van Allen of Platte Center, in Jail here charged with holding up th« Farmers National bank here Saturday and escaping with $1,338 in currency, maintains he can clear himself. He admitted he know Gone Uvingston, Omaha alcohol baron alalu last March, but denied asaocja- Uon with him. Van Allen, who is nattily dressed In a dark suit with the latest nab- erdash«ry, even down to Ugbt colored snats. cays he has been in the tolls qf the law before, on various hunting tvas spoiled. MOO LAMBS AltlTsillrPEI) AT KARMS NKAR ABERDEEN Aberdeen, s O.—Special: hambs to the number of over 2,100 from Montana already have been placed on farms of this district for feeding, according to James Daulton, local stock dealer, who is actius as agent between Montana stockmen ami the farmers ot the Aberdeen district.The lambs are being sbiped here because of a shortage of feed In Montana, due to the summer drouth. Other heavy shipments of the feeding lambs will he received here for distribution to farmers of the district. COMMl'NITV CELEBRATION PLANNED AT YANKTON Yankton, S. D.—Special: Yankton Open llnby Golf Cmirftp Oddes, S. ]>.— -Special: An JS-ho!e Tom Thumb golf course was opened here. It Is owned and operated by two loi-iil .men, John Mahacek and (Jeorgo PmlrnoN. Hoy'* Car I.< (Joshed Hudson; S. P.— Special: Milton Dolittle, 7, received a gash on. his ear when a pieco of metal was thrown by another' hoy when they were playing on the school ground. The ear had to be sewn. Hog Thieves* Steal 100 Pigs from a Farmer at Elkton! Elkton, S. D. — Special: Hog "rustlers" have caused H. R. Claussen, farmer of this vicinity, an estimated loss of approximately $1,500 during the past, few weeks. JJurliig last win- community good will early next month. count*. *«4 Miss Nellie Mills, «sp- cow. According to Dr. a. w. r«s«BUUv« at the Palmer Penman- local veterinarian, and leaJUog «»- liguor charjccs, but never WM liupl.cated In a criinjoal cJ»»rg», New Hlct*y Freenui« suiU. E. * W. will hold a celebration Wednesday, October 8, la fixed as the tentative date. The day, to be devoted entirely to good will and a good time. l a to be known as Yank- i-Tank day and win include among its features selection of a King Yank, election nnd crowning of a queen of the carnival, a mask parade Ued by bzands and floats, street attractions and a pavement dance. EXPECT NEW G\ff WELL WILL SOON BE PRODI CING Pierre. S. D.-.Special: The new 10- Inch gas well is expected to come in. in a day or two. the drillers being ter Mr. Claussen lost a few hoga at the hands of thieves, hut not until i recently have they operated against! his hog herds in a wholesale fashion. « Several weeks ago Mr. Clauasen moved a large number of his hoga to a second farm he owns one mile west of Klkton. He noticed the other day that the herd appeared much smaller than It should be, and upon making a check up he made the surprising discovery that at least 100 head of his hogs had disappeared since he moved them to the farm near Elkton. • The missing hogs consist principally of early spring pigs, weighing from 100 pounds upward, and at present market prices are estimated to be worth fully $1,500. It now is believed that the thieves operated at night with a truck, taking a few hogs at a time. Tbe remainder of the herd now are being guarded so they, too. will not disappear. Every effort is being made to locate the thieves, and it Is hoped by the officers to obtain evidence war- nutting arrests being made. Train Dispatchers at Cherokee WiU Go to Fort Dodge down about 1,150 feet. Tlie gas found at about 1,300 feet. The water treasure found In the. test well, which was a three-inch bole, is greater than has been found in previous wells, and promises to lurulsli some commercial water power. The gas to bo added to the present city supply from other wells is estimated to b« about 1,000 cubic feet per hour. THBEE FINGERS SEVEBBD IN COBN CUTTING MACHINE Watert«wn« s. 8.—Special: Three fingers and part of the fourth on the tuft hand of P. o- Juuso. farmer living' near CsJitlewood. wcr( cut off when th« hand became caught in a machine with wblcb he and other men were 'cutiiog core« on the farm. U> was rushed to a , Cherokee, la-—Special; Train dls- 18 pitchers for the Illinois central railroad here will be moved to Fort Dodg« within a few days, it has been i announced. L. C. Ary, president of the chamber of commerce, the organization that vigorously opposed the move, received definite word of the change. According to officials of the company, the change is being made in accordance with the general policy! of expense curtailment. Tbe five men affected by the change are: Charles Anderson, chief dispatcher, and X. W. Akeson, U J. Mpoaey. Jonii O'Leary and B. D. ^lackledge. dispatchers. Btacktedse is a relief dispatcher and has been alternating between Cherokee and If011. Economy Basement Saturday Specials Hours 9 to 10 A. M. Bleached Pillow Cases, ea. Size 4:x3«-lnch bleached pillow cases of heavy durable muslin. Regular 2'.n value. Limit of six to each customer. Hm. 10 to 11 A. M. P. & 0. Laundry Soap, 10 ban 32 For one hour only—P. * O. laundry soap offered at 10 barn for Just 32c. No phone or mall orders filled. Hrs. 10 to 11 A. M. Men's Work Hose, pr. Men's fine cotton work hose —splendid for every day wear. Colors are black, tan, grey and brown. ]5c, value. Specials $]00 Cretonne Bed Spreads, ea. Size KlxIflS-lnch, fast cretonne bed spreads. Hectlla ? values. Mnde with col ored borders, r)!or Bleached Seamless Sheets 69 Kegular $1.00 value, nlze 81x!)0-lnch bleached seamless sheets made of durable mus- Jln with wide hems. $*|oo Damask Drapery Material, 2 yds. negular SHc value, UK-inch drapery damask for side or over drapes. Many attractive color combinations. ECONOMY BASEMENT 9:30 to 10-10 A. M. Basement Sale of Women's and Misses' Fall Dresses Sizes 16 to 48, Value* to $9.95'Each \ A Specially purchased lot of •women's and misses' new dresses fashioned of fine travel prints and wool jerseys, featuring fall's newest style notes. Beautifully Colored— Smartly Designed! ECONOMY BASEMENT 39 Women's Felt Slippers, pr. Regular l>3r. value, fine felt slippers with pndded Holes and heels. In brown or grey f»]t. No phone orders. Girls' and Misses' Coats $IJ95 Girls' and misses' heavy chinchilla coats In neatly tailored st;,fes with warm linings. Sizes R to 14. Hours 11 to 13 <M. Boys' Denim Overalls 79 Regular *1.25 value, boys' 220 welcht blue denim overalls, regular Stronghold quality. Every pair euaranteed. Women's Smartly Styled, Long Wearing, Fall < • -4 »arrr Footwear New fall footwear styled of fine black kid patent leathers with medium, Spanish or Cuban heels. All popular colors . Broken Lots of Up to $5.00 Footwear $1.98 Not All Sizes In Each Style ECONOMY BASEMENT Specials Women's Smart Coats $995 Women's fall and winter coats In dress or sport styles. Also sport chinchilla coats with berets to match. 49 36-Inch Window Shades, ea. Window shades, 36 Inches wide and 6 feet long. Hark green or buff shades mounted on rollers. Complete for 40c. $298 Part Wool Blankets, pr. Extra heavy-, size 6fixRO-lnch wool blankets with satin bindings. Large, colored block plaids. ECONOMY BASEMENT Men's and Boys' Sweaters 98 Men's and boys' fine warm sweaters In coat or slip over styles. Regular $1.95, part fvooi quality. Men's Weai* Boys' Fine Blazers 98 A s-pecial sale of bojs" flannel and part wool blazers In plaids and plain colors. Regular $2.95 values. Men's and Boys' Shirts 49 Men's and boys' blue work shirts made of fast color chambray, triple stitched with double pockets. 7«c value. Men's Denim Overalls 75' Men's overa.lla made of 220 weight denim in high back. triple stitched style. Size* il to 42 at ?9c. Men's Union Suits, ea. Men's regular part wool union suits witl trimmngs. Get a suup y {1.00 each. 9 Men's and Boys' Gap*, M. Wen's and boys' new fall caps in new patterns with ail leather band and vlnor. Ughl and dark color*. ECONOMY BASEMENT Basement Sale of Men's New Fall and Winter Suits 14 95 Wei! Tailored SuiU, Value* to $25.00 Each New fall suits for particular S men! Well tailored of fine quality woolen fabrics, mixtures and blue serges. Brown and grey mixtures for your , choice. Every Suit Include* Two Pair* of Trousers PELUETIER'S ECONOMY BASEMENT .

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