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LAFAYETTE JOURNAL AND COURIER Monday Evening, November 24, 1930 ruler of the Klks at the Boston convention in 192 i. He also was former grand knipht of the Columbus lodge of Knights of Columbus. Mm BRnTHERHODDS WILL morning to the residence of Mrs. Elizabeth H. Klein, 813 South Twelfth street, where friends may call after noon Monday.
Funeral services will be held at 8:30 a. m. Tuesday at St. Boniface church, of which she was a member. Interment will be made in St.
Boniface cemetery. Jamison Bros. Co. The Big Store That Saves You Money Mrs. joe Ardapple Succumbs to Heart Attack on Sunday Birth Announcement Mr.
and Mrs. Ernest Conder, living near Wolcott, are the parents of a daughter, born at the Home hospital Sunday afternoon. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 24 (By The Associated Press) Programs la Central Standard Time. P. M.
unless otherwise Indicated. FORMER RULER OF urn b-hdur pay CHICAGO. Nov. 23. (A.P.) A vista of legal Intricacies lay open today through the decision of leader In five major railway brotherhoods to foster proposal for a ix-hour working day with eight-hour pay for' railwaymen.
Uws which resulted from the workers' successful fight a decade ELKS DIES IN OHIO 454.3 WEAF New York 660 (NBC Chain) 8:30 The Family Party Also WGT F0TB Mrs. Katherine G. Ardapple, wife of Joseph Ardapple, residing at 711 Brown street, was stricken with a heart attack shortly after 10 o'clock Saturday night ad death ensued at 2 a. m. Sunday.
Mrs. Ardapple attended the Purdue-Indiana football game Saturday afternoon and went shopping during the evening in company with her husband. She was" stricken shortly after return- COLUMBUS. Ohio. IS v.
23. (A.P.) John G. Price, 59. past grand exalted ruler of the Penev- olent and Protective Order of Elks and former attorney general of Ohio, died at his home here to- day. Death was caused by cere- bral hemorrhage.
ago for an eight-hour day, make WTAM WWJ WUM KU WW wuw WSAI WDAF WSTP WTMJ WHAS WSM WMC WSB WJAX WFAA WOA1 WKY KOA KSL. KGO KGW KFI KOMO KHQ KPRC 9:00 Sherlock Holmea Also WWJ WTAM WSAI WGN 9:30 Rhythm Makers Also WTAM Yxrtji; i nnm a tp mxtn WTnV 6:00 Air Scoops Also WWJ WSAI WOC WOW WIBO 6:15 World Today (15m.) Also WSAI KSD WOW WIOD KOA KGO WWJ WFJG WOA1 KECA KFSD 7:00 How's Business? Also WIOD KSD KFSD KOMO WFJC WWJ WSAI WOW WDAF WJDX WSMB KGO KVOO KPRC KOA, KECA WKY WHAS KHQ 7:15 in the Nation's Capital AlsJo WIOD WJAX KSD KFSD KOMO WFJC WWJ WSAI KHQ WOW WDAF WJDX WSMB KGO KVOO KPRC KOA KECA WKY WHAS MEifflMY Price was" launched in his public 10:00 Hal Kemp's Orch. Also WOT WSAI KSD WTMJ WOC WJDX WMC a 4. L-aiccr uyy ma menu, icoiudml i She was a daughter of WUbrt.j,,, McKlnley. who is 1810 i and Ehzabeth Garrison and was took hjm from nJa postman.s born in 1872.
'at (Ci Lafayette Jan. 30, MB in Canton, Ohio, to the postomce I 10:30 Heidt'a Ore. Also wwj WDAF KSTP WOW WFJC WOC WEBC KSD 11:00 Phil Spitalny's Orch. (1 hr.) Also WKY WSM WWJ WFJC KYW KSTP WSB WTAM WDAF Hour by Gypsies Orchestra Also department in Washington. He On.
March 9, 1892, she. united in marriage with Joseph Ardapple. The deceased was an active WGT WWJ WSAI WON KSD WOC returned to Columbus seven years i WHO WDAF WTAM WOW later to practice law, but later was member of the Christian Reformed SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 29 348.6 WABC New York 860 (CBS Chain) or 7:30 Arabesque Modern Stories Also cnurcn ana me iaaies ai o- pnin wtrt necessary a long Benes or conier-ences before the fate of the new plan can be determined. The preliminary step, taken yesterday was discussed for nearly two weeks.
It was one of many suggested as a means of relieving unemployment. Another detail will be filled in, at Cleveland December 4 when the officer who met here, joined by a special sub-committee of 35, work out plans for a general conference of all those interested in the proposal. MANY DIFFICULTIES Following this, if the new plan is upheld by conferees. It will be ready for submission to railway executives. Should they refuse it the federal mediation board would be called in.
Lacking action from that body, the brotherhoods would be required to call upon the president to appoint an emergency arbitra to the state attorney generalship for two two-year terms starting in 1919. Lons prominent in fraternal circles, he was elected grand exalted Principals Meet After Journeys Iviiieipala of rural schools in Tippecanoe county have completed their annual visitations to schools in neighboring counties. Reports these visits were started at a principals' meeting held at Purdue -in connection with a regular monthly teachers' institute. The institute was addressed -by the Rev. II.
Bollinger and Dr. L. M. Sears, after which sectional meetings were held. The next institute will be held December 13.
Principals on their visits to other schools, inspect plants, equipment, courses of study and other jMJints, with emphasis upon the i dministrative set-up. The move-lient was started several years i-go. Schools in five counties were viyited this fall. II. E.
Sweeney, Romney, R. M. Ingersoll, Clark's Hill, and I R. Sackmire, Stock-well, visited Newton county, go-ins to the Goodland school. A.
E. Steele, VVea, and A. B. Oswalt, went to Lindpn, Montgomery county. Motion and Montlcello 6:00 Current Events Also WBCM WOOD WBRC W1SN WFBM KSCJ KLRA WDAY KOIL, WIBW KFH KFJF KOL KFPY KFRC 6:15 The Mountaineers Only WXYZ WBCM WDOD WBRC WIS.V KSCJ WMT KLRA KOIL.
WIBW KFH KFJF KFPY KFRC 6:30 Evangeline Adams Also WADC WHK WKRC WAIU WGST WXYZ WSPD WDOD WREC WLAC WBRC WDSU WISN WFBM WGL, WMAQ WCCO KMOX KMBC KLRA KOIL 6:45 Sponsored Prog. Also WXYZ WSPD WDOD WREC WDSU WFBM WMAQ WMT KMOX KMBC KLRA KOIL KFJF KRLD KTRH 7:00 Topics In Brief Only WADC WHK WGST WXYZ WSPD WREC WBRC WDSU WCCO WOWO WFBM WMAQ KMOX KMBC KOIL KFJF 7i15 Mardi Gras Also WXYZ WBCM WDOD WREC WLAC WBRC WISN WCCO KSCJ WMT KMOX KLRA WDAY WNAX KOITj WIBW KFH WXYZ WBCM WDOD WKKL' WM AM WCCO WMT KMOX KLRA WDAY WNAX KOIL KRLD KDYL KFPY 8:00 Minneapolis Symphony Also WADC WHK WKRC WXYZ WSPD WISN WOWO WBBM WCCO KMOX 8:30 An Evening In Paris Also WADC WHK WKRC WGST WXYZ WSPD WDSU WOWO WBBM WCCO KMOX KMBC KOIL KFJF KRLD KLZ KDYL KVI KOL KFPY KOIN 9:00 Guy Lombardo's Orch. Also WADC WHK WKRO WXYZ WSPD WOWO WFBM WMAQ WCCO KMOX KMBC KOIL KFJF KRLD KTRH KTSA KLZ KDYL KVI KOL KFPY 9:30 The Wizard-Also WADC WHK WKRC WKBN WSPD WISN WBBM WCCO KSCJ WMT WDAY WNAX KOIL KLZ KDYL KOL KFPY KOIN 10:00 WLAC Anniversary Also WADC WKBN WXYZ WBCM WSPD WDOD WREC WBRC WISN WFBM WCCO KSCJ WMT KMBC KLRA WDAL WNAX KOIL WIBW KFH ciety. The lxusband and three children, Walter Ardapple, lafayette; Mrs. K.
H. Painter West Uifay-ette, and Mrs. lewis Fenton, Chicago, survive, together with four grandchildren and the following brothers, Jacob Garrison, Iafayette, and Joseph Garrison, Delphi. The body will be removed from the Soller undertaking parlors to the residence and friends may call after 1 p. m.
Monday. Funeral services -will be held at the residence at 1:30 p. m. Tuesday and at- the Christian Reformed ohurch at 2 o'clock, Rev. J.
M. Ghylles offlcfating. Interment will be made in Springvale cemetery. Tickets Good Leaving LAFAYETTE 3:52 A.M. and 9:00 A.M; Saturday, Nov.
29. Good Returning ON ALL TRAINS Up To and Including No. 3 Leaving CHICAGO 9:00 P.M. Sunday, Nov. 30 Here's how most people avoid them tion board.
me nnai court oi appeal would be congress. When the eight-hour day was proposed in 1917, the brotherhoods took the position that it was not subject to arbitration. Railroad officials disagreed. A strike was ordered; then the Adamson law establishing the new program of hours was passed. The officials called it unconstitutional.
Another KFJF KRLD KTJYL KFPY At the first sign of a cold coming on, take two Grove's Laxa-tire BROMQ QUININE Tablet. Then take two more every two or three hours. More people, by millions, check and prevent colds this way than by any other method. 394.5 WJZ New York 760 (NBC Chain) Tickets Good in Coaches, Parlor Cars and Sleepers MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS EARLY A. A.
Rogers City Passenger and Ticket Agent 6:00 Amos-Andy Also KDKA WJAX 9:00 Rochester Civic Orch. Also MRS, FERNE KLEIN KDKA KYW KWK WREN WEBC WIOD WCKY WLW WJR CLAIMED BY DEATH Mrs. Feme Klein, wife of Carl Klein of 516 South Twenty-sixth street, died at 6 o'clock Saturday evening at St. Elizabeth hospital strike was (threatened, but the i-ontroversy ended when the bu-preme court upheld the law, 6 to 4. Presidents of the five brotherhoods the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, the Order of Railway Conductors, the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen, Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, and the Switchmen's Union of North America-claim a membership of 500,000.
wliools, in White county, were visited by A. A. McClanahan, Bat-11? Ui-ound, and R. M. Marshall, Da) ton.
with V. Peterson, i oimty superintendent of schools. .1. II. Baker West Point, Trebor Yt'uny Buck Creek, and R.
II. Vv'ible, Montmorencl, went to Flora, Carroll county. T9i final group was made up of J. C. Burgess, Jackson township, and R.
I. Steele, Monitor, who went to Ox-lord, Benton county. where she had been taken at noon suffering from pleurisy. 6:15 The Jesters Also WCKI WREN 6:30 Phil Cook Also KWK WREN WTMJ WEBC KOA KSL KGO KECA KGW KOMO KHQ KFSD KTAR WIBO 6:45 Roxy's Gang Also KWK WSB WSM KGO KFAB KGW WIBO KOA 7:30 Troubadours Also WJR WW KWK WREN KWK KFAB WTMJ WEBC WJAX WIOD WSM WMC WSB WSMB KTHS WOAI WKY KOA KDKA WHAS WJDX KVOO WFAA 8:00 Victor Young Orch. Also KDKA WJR KYW KWK WREN KSTP WEBC KTHS WKY WOAI KOA KSL KGO KECA KGW KHQ KOMO WLW KVOO WFAA KPRC WSM 8:30 Real Folks, Sketch Also KDKA WJAX WIOD WHAS WSM WMC WSB WSMB WKY WOAI KOA KGO KFI WCKY KGW KHQ KOMO WJDX KTAR KFSD WJR WAPI 9:30 Empire Builders Also KDKA WJR WLW KYW KWK VWREN WTMJ WOAI KSTP WEBC KO KSL KGO KECA KGW KOMO KHQ KTAR KFSD WKY WBAP KPRC 10:00 Slumber Hour Also WCKY KWK WREN WJR 10:00 Amos.
Andy Only to WMAQ KWK WREN WDAF WTMJ WHAS WSM WSB WSMB WJDX KTHS WEBC KPRC WOAI WMC KOA KSTP KFAB WBAP WENR 10:30 Amos-Andy Onlv KECA KGO KOMO KHQ KGW KFSD KSL 11:00 Dance Hour- WJZ Chain She was a daughter of Mr. and I popular- I ity comes I from its Ct your box at any drug dare, 30c. Mrs." John Gerloff, born Jan. 17, 1898 at Sioux Fall, S. D.
Her marriage to Carl Klein took place in August 1921. CHICAGO, INDIANAPOLIS LOUISVILLE RY. They number their unemployed at Refute tubilitutts 110.000. 2097 merit! Surviving are the husband and GrOVC'S Laxative WLW KWK KYW WREN WJR four children, Robert, Marilyn, Barbara and Janet, her parents Mr. and Mrs.
John Gerloff, of ATTICA cutdai ft cab ruiMuri ITlTIAMe 293.9-KYW 1020 7:15 Howard O'Brien. 9:30 Star Dust Sioux Falls, S. and thre- brothers, Carl and Leo Gerloff of Sioux Falls and Arthur Ger loff in the U. S. navy.
6:00 Uncle Bob 6:30 Chiefs 7:00 Larry Duke 7:15 Spitalny'a Orch. 7:30 WJZ aVt hrs.) 10:00 News; State St. 10:30 Dance Variety wffls 7:30 same as wabu 8:00 Musical Progrs. 9:00 Same as WABC 9:30 Sleepy Program 10:00 Amos 'n' Andy 10:15 Sponsored Prog. 10:30 Dan Sylvia 10:45 Radio Club 11:00 Dance (3 hra.) The body will be removed from the Soller funeral home Monday 10:00 Same as WEAF 11 :00 Barnstormers 398.8 WJR 760 Orchestra 7:00 Mirtn Makers 7:30 WJZ (2V4 hrs.) 10:00 Variety (2 brs.) 258.5 WOWO 1160 8:00 WABC (1 hrs.) 9:30 Iftemory Teaser 10:00 Ques.
Ans. 370.2 WCCO 810 6:30 Same as WABC The Brothers 44.8 WENR 870 6:30 Farm ProgTam 6:45 Luke Mirandy 8:30 Memories 9:00 Smith Family 9:30 Studio Program 10:00 WJZ: Feat. 428.3 WLW 700 6:00 WJZ; Music 6:80 Feat. 7:30 Same as WJZ 9:00 Vision-Airs LOGANSPORT -JAIL BREAKER IS CAPTURED IXGANSl'ORT, Nov. 23.
The second of four men who escaped jail here early Friday was caught while walking on State Road 29 near the Starke-Pulaski county line Saturday. He is Cecil Hizer, 22, sentenced to serve one to 10 years for grand larceny. John Nulf, 20, returned of his own accord Friday Hizer was picked up by Sheriff Frank Kopkey, of Pulaski county, who thought the hitch hiker resembled one of the Lo-gansport fugitives. Hizer admitted his Identity and Sheriff William Zerbe returned him here Saturday night. Cecil VVray, 22, and Herbert Vayette, 19, still are missing.
Vayette is believed to have stolen a car at Kewanna Friday night. 9:80 Same as WJZ 10:80 Comedy; Studio 7:90 Same as WABC tuittS? Vaud. 1 (2V4 hrO 299.8 WOCWHO 1000 11:00 WCCO Club 275.1 KMOX 1090 344. 6 WUS 870 7:00 Family Party 7:30 Water Witches 8:00 Recital: Twins 447.5 WMAQ 670 6:30 Same WAgC 6:00 WEAF Program 6:15 Swanee Songs 6:30 Marimba Band 7 :00 Orchestra 7:30 WEAF (VA hrs.) Mirth Makers ATTICA, Nov. 23.
(Special) The trustees of the -Attica Building and Loan Association the Farmers' Merchants State. bank were in Newport Friday. The case of the trustees against Charles W. Zeigler to foreclose mortgages on some land In Indiana which was venued from the Fountain circuit court to the Vermilion county court has len set for hearing on December 5. The cas of the same trustees against J.
Shannon Nave, which venued from the Fountain circuit court to the Tippecanoe county circuit court and later venued from that court to Clinton county, will come up for hearing at Frankfort on December 15. Lee Whitehall received word of the death of his cousin, Whitehall, who died at Tucum-cjri. N. M. The remains are be-in.
7 shipped to Attica for burial and were to arrive Sunday morning over the Wabash railroad. Curt Whitehall was the second son of the late Nicholas Whitehall, of Newtown. He is survived by one Hon. Krcie. and one daughter, Nellie Barter.
Burial will be made in the Baptist cemetery liiinmin VrnnVlin YV1 till 74. 6:30 Same as WABC 9:30 Record Prog. 10:00 Rhymster 10:15 To Be Announce 11,00 Pr. Cu-Cu MARY LOW DIES AT MEDARYVILLE MEDARYVILLE, Nov. 23.
(Special) Paralysis brought death to Mary Jeanette Low at 11 p. m. Saturday following a two years illness. She was born at Lisbon, Shorten Working Day and Increase Wage 12 1-2 Pet Fthieme schessur 1 i K. "THE DAYLIGHT STORE'' 3 fi I Jf AH Iifayettc I fS IIvn talking about I j.
Pl this picture JK I "'c mancead venture l- Pl POLE i fi A complete absorbing story TSiCjC iSyV hAf jftPx "HrV heroes, vidian, comedians. Su- JvP 'lyw' J0Arr pense and danger in a land 10 3 "'JfmbiZr vvner8 no women and few men Where merely to live is an vllj py achievement and only the bravest tl -''t escape alive! (4f The owner saw a man drive away and identified a picture of Vayette as the thief. The car was found near Kewanna Saturday, the thief having abandoned it when something went wrong with the motor. Ilizer told Sheriff Zerze he te- Oct. 2, 1859, but the family niro1 thio i I a a Vt li a BATTLE CREEK.
Nov. vv. xv. Emery Low took place July company, manufacturers of lg77 uij former restaurant keeper in Attica, came fastened in the hole the four men had pounded The following- children survive: through a wall ot the Cass county Jail and that the others had pushed him on -out. He fell some SO feet, alighting: on a concrete walk on his shoulders.
The other three who escaped slid down a rope made of blankets tied together. j. adoption of the six-hour day with an increase in hourly rate for employes. The company has been operating several years with three eight-hour shifts and will change to six-hour shifts. The change will make possible employment of 25 per cent additional men, it was announced.
The hourly wage will be increased 12 per cent, making the minimum wage $4 per day and the average $5.40. Mrs. Jessie Long-, Monon; Mrs. Floss Poifer, Crown Point; Mrs. Grace Green, Dewey, Effie Low, Valparaiso; Hugh and Bert Low, Oklahoma City, Charles and Robert Low, Gary and Gale Wagner "of Medaryviile.
Funeral services will be held at the home at 2 p. m. Monday, Rev. A. H.
Lawrence officiating. Burial will be made in the Medaryviile cemetery. died Wednesday at his home in Tliorntown. Mr. Welsh operated the Palm cafe in the Judy building more than twenty-five years ago.
He was engaged in the restaurant business in Thorntown at the time of his death. Surviving besides the wife are three sons, Ray Welsh, of Orlando. Herschel Welsh, of Crawfordsville, and B. K. Welsh, of Thorntown, and a half-sister, Mrs.
Sarah Warden, of Monticello. -Funeral services were conducted Friday from the family residence at Thorntown. Burial was made in. Williamsport. Mrs.
Mary Fay received a letter from her brother. J. W. West-fal, in which he said he had recovered from his recent illness and returned to his apartment in Danville. He was in the Soldiers' home hospital during his illness.
Barbara, the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fink, died at midnight Thursday. The child was one month and nine days old; death was due to intestinal tron-lile. Funeral services were held Saturday at 10 a.
m. from the family residence on Sixth street-Burial in Riverside cemetery. Among the road contracts awarded this week was ten miles on State Road 66, Spencer county. Stolen Auto Found The 1924 Ford Tudor of J. W.
Steele, of Pine Village, which was stolen from its parking place on Fifth street between South and Alabama between 3: 30 and 4:30 o'clock Saturday afternoon, was found Sunday by, the police on Main street between Fifth and Sixth. Turkey Talk for Turkey Week in the Linen Section "The Romance of Romances! Mrs. Bennita Bassett Dies After Stroke at -Her Home Near Ambia AMBIA, Nov. 24. (Special) Mrs.
Bennita (Payton) Baseett, wife of Jack Bassett, died this morning- at 12:10 o'clock at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Payton, four miles south of here, where the Bassett family are making their home for the winter. Mrs. Bassett suffered a stroke Saturday noon and never rallied.
She was born near Ambia on April 19, 1892J and had spent practically her entire life in this community." On November 6, 1920, she was united in marriage to Jack Bassett, who survives with one daughter, Barbara Belle, age 6 years. Mrs. Bassett was an active member of the Ambia M. E. church and was serving as secretary of the Ladies Social Union of Ambia.
In addi- See our linen" section on first floor, and "do it at QRYS HEATER TO QUIT HOOVER WASHINGTON, D. Nov. 23. A new political party will be formed by the militant drys should President Hoover adopt a Tnoist or wet report from the Wicker-sham commission. Dr.
Clarence True Wilson, secretary of the Methodist board of temperance, prohibition, and public morals, declared yesterday. Dr. Wilson asserted that he and his group would quit the Hoover standard junt as surely as they went against Alfred E. Smith in 1928 if he fails to continue to carry the dry banner. once, so that the Thanksgiving table may, be graced by appropriate linen.
Everyone knows that our linen is of the best. We have been years building up our present linen reputation, and it wi not in any way suffer by the season's offerings. Wp Vinvp spfa frnm flip lnnms Sr.nt.lanrl. Trp.lanrl America's Dancing Daughter! LAST TIMES TODAY to Hanson Brothers. of Terre I and Germany.
Table cloths and 22 inch napkins to JOAN Bofcert K. Hanson, of At- I tion to the parents, her husband Haute. tica, is a member of this firm. land daughter, she is survived by The fastest, funniest golf comedy you ever saw! Born to Mr. and Mrs.
Wayne sisters, Mrs. Ada bneenor ana Gentry. of Wingate. Saturday Mrs. Hershel Dons both living morning a son weighing eight and "ear Ambia.
Funeral seiices will a half pounds. He has been conducted Wednesday afternoon named Albert Before her mar- from he chun2L OF ll fTy -in- itX ite v. v. xj. xi una, paoiui, Burial in Locust Grove cem-: etery, south of Ambia, HORNER GARAGE IS BURGLARIZED The Horner Motor company's garage, 625 Columbia street, was robbed of $96.39 Saturday night, it was reported to the police.
The money was taken from the cash box in the tool room. A rear window was found unlocked Sunday morning, leading to the belief that the thief may have hid In the garage until it was closed for the nieht. Vocational Boys' Will All Visit Live Stock Show 0 Talking "Our Blushing Brides" Quick, of Wingate. Mrs. Ella Zeigler, Mrs.
James Coen, Mrss Kate Finney, Mrs. Harry Clark, Mrs. Job Jennings. Mrs. Eva Nave and Mrs.
A. Frank White and Mrs. J. A. Stewart went to the Williamsport meeting at the Methodist church.
Miss Margaret Lamburn, returned missionary from India, addressed the meeting. Miss Lamburn is a teacher In the Isabelle Thoburn school at Lucknow, India. The St. Louis All-Star jdrla STOCKWELL, Nov. 24.
(Special.) The regular monthly meeting of Tippecanoe county extension workers was held at the home of A. A. Dull Saturday night. They discussed plans for taking the vocational boys of the ronntv to the international live- i basketball team will play "The stock exposition in Chicago. It Hubs" at the- Veedersburg high was decided that each vocational school gym Monday night, Novem- teacher would canvass his own ber 24.
Immmunitv. All who wish to sro DISTINCTIVE FOOTWEAR J. K. Shoes Foot Saver Shoes ANDERSON WARD BOOT SHOP 514 Main Street Added Football Picture PURDUE- INDIANA Notre Dame-Nortb western Mrs. Elizabeth Kramer, ot Fort Wayne, is here for a visit with Mrs.
Ben Fugate and other friend3. are to meet on the so.uth side of the court house at 5:30 o'clock Tuesday morning, December 2. It match. When you have a Thanksgiving table set out with linens from this store, you have something to be proud of. Don't delay.
Come in tomorrow and get a linen table outfit that will contribute greatly to the joys of the thankful season. As stated, these goods are to be found in the linen section, on first floor. A Tea Table Cloth and Napkin Specials We will not pretend to give you anything like a complete list of these linens, but will merely enumerate a few of the main items items which are now on display in our window. Table Cloths, 64x81, with 6 Napkins, hemstitched, $10.50 set. Table Cloths, 64x64, with 6 Napkins, hemstitched, $9.50 set.
Table Cloths, 66x86, with 6 Napkins, hemstitched, $12.50 set. Table Cloths, 66x66, with 6 hemstitched, $10.50 set. Table Cloths, 2x21-2 yards, 6 Napkins, hemmed, $10.75 set. Table Cloths, 2x2 yards, 6 Napkins, hemmed, $9.50 set. -Table Cloths, 2x2 yards, 6 Napkins, hemmed, $8,95 set.
Table Cloths, 2x21-2 yards, 6 Napkins, hemmed, $9.75 set. Table Cloths, 2x3 yards, 12 Napkins, hemmed, $13.95 set. Please to remember that these are our best goods, and that at these prices they, are veritable bargains. We want to help out on the Thanksgiving season, and this seemed to be the best way of doing it. 4 GREAT CAST WITH ROQEtnr I if I The Stars Say THE STRAN6EIT ROMANCE 'or Tuesday, November "23 EYER FAMED! 1 was decided to hold next years club camp the first week in July.
Thieves Loot Cars of Football Spectators Automobiles of two spectators at the Purdue-Indiana football same were robbed Saturday afternoon, according to reports made to the police department. Two traveling bags containing By GENEVIEVE KEMBLE. (AIRLY prosperous conditions a Si are forecast from the prevail j4i ing lunar transits. Those In employment of others are in line for some pleasant recognition or wearing apparel and four gold With fS GOPGEOUS FASHION Revue minor advancment, and the personal bracelets were stolen from the car I Robert Montgomery uvttNS OF eyr 43S affiliations for the day should be happy and interesting. But a letter or document may give som slight concern.
of J. E. Keifer. of Ewing, ind a brown leather golf jacket, a pair of pliers and a screw driver were taken from the auto A COLUMBIA rt 1 PICTURE 5542! MODELS mi Those whose birthday is may of Eugene Stannard, 518 West WMANCE SR'i Dorothy Jordon Benny Rubin T. C.
Nugent Added Chapter No. 8 l0ok for a fairly progressive year, Washington street South Bend. THRILLS, with employment promising some Glass in the Stannard car was slight advance or recognition. Or hrnken "The Indians Are Coming uhere may be come notice or prefer- ment from those in power or au- TT ihority. Also the purely personal Italian Hydroplane A red blooded romance of the Dioneer west.
I Tomorrow BEATRICE LILLIE Interesting- But sign til writings with care. A child born on this day should lie friendly, gracious and popular, should attain the recognition or favoritism of superiors or those in autboritv. With 5 Aboard. Missing TOULON. France.
Nov. L'3. (A.P.) The Italian hydroplane named The Irony, which has been missing" in the Mediterranean region since early Friday, still had not been found tonight. Our Motto: 'RELIABILITY'' Lk J)t I 'Trx a xr NOW 'ARE YOU THERE?" i-.
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