Journal and Courier from Lafayette, Indiana on February 6, 1929 · 5
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Journal and Courier from Lafayette, Indiana · 5

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V Wednesday Evening, February 6, 1929 LAFAYETTE JOURNAL AND COURIER WesV Lafayette and Purdue to vote. The rallies were conducted on a competitive basis, and opposition is said to have sprung from feeling in more remote town- , ships that they were at a dis- i advantage. NOTED CHINESE SfflElI 10 BE GUEST HERE Lowell Martin Highly Honored TwpII 1 Martin, who has won 'much public attention because of Ithe flRht he made for an education against the handicaps Imposed by physical inflnmities due 10 an attack of infantile paralysis several years ago. has reached another 1 milestone in his march of progress. He spent Tuesday in maianapons where the was admitted to prac- law hffnre tne inaiana. su- I PadPT Will Sneak at a'preme court and received the con-LtJdUU, Vrf ill opedN ai !ratu,atlons o many admiring at- Special Convocation at tomeys and judges. 15. Chao-Chu Wu, Nationalist Purdue Friday, Feb. 15-!r;rpmen,s Rail he Honorable" Chao'-Chu Wli firemCH 2 DcllI Friday Evening Hi PLAY FOR LITTLE THEATER FRANKFORT Clinton county commissioners in their meeting Date Fixed For Y.M.C.A. Drive The annual financial campaign of the Central Y. M. C. A. will j this week, purchased . six new j begin Friday evening, February i pieces of road machinery, includ-ila, it is announced. Preliminary ing two tractors, two road . main- plans are already well under way Itainers and two road fixers. and final details are rapidly being worked out George Byers, office CRAWFORDSVTLLE A con-manager of the Ross Gear and aeparimenL proviuiiig luucituiui ;6"rai vamtiaign ciiaiiiiiau Sir. and Mrs. Ardls Cprnwell anJ daughter visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. T. B. McCauley. . . .Mr. and Mrs. Ed Nichols and family, it near Lochiel, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harlev Griffith. William Slattery. of Good land, was an afternoon guest .-...The Bethany Ladies' Aid society held an all-day meeting at the home of Mrs. T. C. Owens. Attend Conference Local representatives of the Fed- he eral Reserve Life Insurance com- n:i.A c;r,(;rl CrlUests for dairy herds of Montgom- j holds the rank of major in the U. Panv. wit ,he wives of several. UirtJUlUr OlcyiricU rOrCculery county, at a cost of 2,000 has ! S. army reserve corps and was j are attending an agency conference oeen signea dv tne jiuiiigumcijr auuucny connected witn iuc xrur-i " , a n m '-j to Tli former minister of foreign affair in China, who is at preHent in tin? United States as a special representative of the national govern-nvnt of China, will visit Purdue university, Friday, February 13, and be the principal speaker at a special university convocation. Wu will arrive here early in the afternoon for the convocation program which is scheduled for S o'clock in Kliza Fowler hall, and for the remainder of the afternoon will be the puest of honor of th university. An fntspection tour 1 the campus and a reception in th Purdue Memorial Cnion building: In charge of the Chinese Students' club have bpjjn planned in honor of the distinguished Chinese statesman before he leaves for Chicago enrly in the evening to keep another engagement there the next day. Wu, the son of Pr. Wu Tinr-Fnng, former Chinese minister t'-the United States, is the minister-rte.slnate from China to th 1,'nlled Htales. He received h's oarlv education in public schools in WfiKhinjfton and Atlantic City He later went to England and in 1911 received the degree of LL. B. from London university with first class honors and a moiety of scholarship. . That same year he wms called to rlie Kngnsn nar ai Mricoln's Inn, after receiving first clans honors and the "Inns o Plans have been completed for the West Lafayette Fireman's ball to be held Friday evening, Feb. 8, at Lincoln Lodge. The affair is being given for the benefit of the firemen's relief fund. Visiting firemen will come from Attica, Indianapolis, Fort Wayne, Terre Haute, Frankfort and Lebanon to attend the event and friends of this city are extended a special invitation to be present. Coulter to Speak Dr. Stanley Coulter, dean emeritus of Purdue university, will be the speaker at a dinner meeting of the Purdue Biological society to be held In the Home Economics building. Monday, Feb. 11- at 6 p. rn. Members and friends desiring to attend are asked to-, make reservations with L. E. Compton, dial 3927 by noon Saturday. Round Table Talk Mrs. G. P. Walker was hostess to the Round Table club Tuesday afternoon at her home on Russell street. The paper of the afternoon was given by Mrs. Claude Harper who reviewed "The Life of An- drew Jackson" by Johnson. - Retire Because of I Health McGee Will Be Coach. "Seven Keys to Baldpate," the highly successful George M. Co-mystary play, dramatization of EMfI Derr Biggers' story, will be the Purdue Little Theater (Players' 1929 production, it was I announced Wednesday at tha university. The play will .be presented during the week-end of March 23. Tryouts will be held Thursday asd -Friday evenings or this week for first selections of cast members. J. A. McGee, of the English faculty, will coach the production, this announcement confirming the rumor that on account of continued ill-health. Prof. R. G. Siegfried, the highly successful director of Purdue Little Theater and Harlequin club plays for several years past, had been compelled to withdraw from extra-curricular work. Prof. Siegfried's many friends are hopeful that he will soon regain his health. - His record in coaching Purdue plays probably has not been equalled by any other college dramatic coach In the United States. Siegfried choruses, both men and girls, have been acclaim ed as a fdistinct stage achievement and his" method of training the principals, staging plays at a mini mum expense and producing re suits that equal those of the greatest professional directors has attracted nationwide attention and admiration. Court Studentship" at the bar examinations. Upon his return to China he became a member of parliament, mayor of Carlton, chairman f judicial committee (corresponding to minister of justice, and minister of foreign affairs in Dr. Snn Yat-Scn's government at Canton and the nationalist government at Nanking. Ha represented the Cant(i govrrnm'-nt at the Paris conference in 1919 and was appointed one of China's delegates nt tho Washington conference in 19"1, but did not .Tcpt. v . 1 To tins been closely Identified with I lie nationalist movement since lis inception and is a. member of the central executive committee, the hisiiest governing body of the Kuommiiiiig, of Nationalist party. Buffalo Speaker Dr. G. E. Reed of the University of Buffalo spoke Tuesday evening before the members of the physics department of Purdue university. The subject of his talk wa "The Scattering xf Positive Rays. In Nearby Towns j county board of commissioners. The amount named will not be sufficient to complete the work, but will provide a start; it is estimated the total cost will be approximately J4.500. DAYTON A new Hudson se dan, owned and driven by Harold Heisie, of Chicago, was burned, but the two occupants escaped un hurt when the car strick a bridge near here and turned over on the George Landis farm. The car skidded on Ice, crashed througn a retaining wall and went down a 12-foot embankment, catching fire. Two women and a child were also passengers. They were on their way from Frankfort to Chicago. in Chicago, Wednesday due military department. and Friday. In the group are Mr. Mr. Byers is now engaged in j and Mrs. L. L. Heffner, Mr. and completing committees for the i Mrs. A. D. Heffner, Mr. and Mrs. campaign. At a meetine of cam-! Bert Tocum, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. paign leaders, Mr. Byers announced the personnel of an "initial gifts committee, as follows: E. B. Vaw-ter, Dr. R. M. Campbell, R. H. Shook, A. E. Kemmer, Stinson Clark, James K. Risk and Edward L. Pottlitzer. Hunt, Plank. Jess Gerber and R. G. THREE WAYS TO LOSE FAT One is starvation, one abnormal exer M The Marmola w BETHANY CHAPEI Robert, the small son of Mr. and RENSSELAER George Wood, 63, a former resident of Rensselaer died January 25 at his home in Renton, Wash., after an eight years' illness of paralysis. The deceased was born In Conners-ville, Ind., and was married in Rensselaer to Mary Shigley, In 1900, to which union seven children were born. Surviving -are the widow and seven children, with two brothers and two sisters, including Mrs. Elmer Gwin and Harry Wood, of this city. FRANCES VILLE Paul Shirtz, local barber, was fined $1 and costs, amounting to $18, in Justice Manders' court at Winamac Tuesday, on a charge of assault and battery, preferred by Juanita Brown, also of Francesville. Klondike Picture Show Including slides and pictures of pupils, teachers, hack drivers. ,3 comedies. Thursday night. 15c arid 25c, Mi. Jo! s ii M. it 10""S Tr1 Badly Shaken in Fall Mis. John M. Hoggs, of North Cr.-inl .street is a patient at St. Ell.abetli hospital whre she is ' recoveri n;.? from the effects of a fall Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. l!os;rs slipped on the icy sidewalk In front; of the Community house as he was leaving a meeting of the T. A. K. No bones were, broken, but , y 1 it! was considerably shaken and bruised by the. fall. She wan taken to her home by !Urs, George Mitnro. Wednesday morning she was removed to the hospital where she is resting com-fortn bly. Gregory Speaks Prof. If. W. Gregory, of tin; da'iv department at Purdue uni- versity wan the principal speaker it tire meeting of the Crawl'ords-vilhv Rotary club Wednesday. Members of the Montgomery County Calf club and oflicers of the Milk Producers' association were among i ho special guests. PERSONAL AND GENERAL The Wesleyan Service Guild will meet Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock with Miss Mabel Dur-yea. 125 Wood street A large attendance of members Is urged and visitors are cordially welcome. The Good Cheer class will hold its regular monthly meeting Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the homo of Mrs. S. F. Martin, 140 Pierce street. Mrs. C. F. Bowman and children of 225 Lutz avenue are in Nebraska, called there by the Illness and death of W, L. McKenney, father of Mrs. Bowman. Maj. W. A, Bevan was the principal speaker at a dinner meeting of the Men's Brotherhood of St. John's Episcopal church in Craw-fordsville Tuesday evening. The Rebekah class of the West Lafayette Baptist church will hold its class party at the home of Mrs. John Marquis, Friday at 2 p. m. - rUTSand SCRATCHES Stop the smarting and hasten tha healing by prompt application of RENSSELAER Charles Reed, 24, of Union township has been arrested, charged with Implication in writing a series of badcheck3 in this vicinity recently, and was released on bond of ?300. The arrest followed receipt of a confes sion from Payl Crane, written from jail In Detroit, Mich., who is said to have admitted the check writing and Implicating Reed. Crane, a son of James T. Crane, said to be an Earl Park business man, is awaiting transfer to prison following conviction for automobile theft. y MONON The body of John W. Sellers, who died of .heart trouble Sunday In Chicago, was brought here Tuesday and burial made In the local cemetery. "WINAMAC Theodore Rienen-schnelder, Pulaski county recorder, died Tuesday in a Logansport hospital of appendicitis, -. following but a three-days' illness; an operation was performed Monday. Surviving are the widow, two sons and a daughter. simol Assessments 'Due CTinrles Miners, city clerk of West Lafayette, calls the attention of tax payers to the fact that sewer and Salisbury street assessments are now due and will become delinquent after Friday, February 8. a I i . 1 1 3 m H t -a For Everybody Borrow $10 to $300 Quick Loan made on your, personal property such as household goods, pianos, radios, autos, livestock and farming implementi. Don't fail to see us and investigate our payment plan. If, in a Hurry Phone 5280 Leavell & Bates 302 Schultz Bldg. B. & W; Slice Co. High Grade Footwear 127 East Side Square W. J. Muiphey Co. 310 MAIN STREET Phone 5475 The Brunswick Dealer Lafayette for RENSSELAER Township trus tees of Jasper county, meeting here voted 6 to 4 to discontinue the annual county school rallies. Three trustets are said xo nave ranea No dangerous chimney fires with WINAMAC Jurymen for the Pulaski circuit court have been drawn as follows: Petit jury: Charles Brucker and C. E. Follmar, Tippecanoe township; Roy Clark and Cris Cort, VanBuren; Fred Kasten, Rich Grove; Carl Marsh, Indian Creek; Howard Dickens, Jefferson; Elmer Tetztoss, Salem; H. C. F,ugett, Franklin; Ralph H. Negle, Beaver; William Conn, Munroe, and Wil liam Bair, White Post Grand jury: Martin Raderstorf, Indian Creek: George Hood, Har rison; Cris Masters, Tippecanoe: Albert Kopkey, Jefferson; John Jentz, White Post, and Henry Long, Salem. burned about the hands and face Sunday morning vhen a pot o? hot coffee upset upon him.... Mr and Mrs. Dory McClure and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Griffith Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Owens visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Archer Hoi lingsworth, of Talbot. . .The Frank Blankenship family have moved into the house recently vacated by Mrs. John Tobias. .. .Mr. and Mrs Horace Thomas-- and family and Mr. and Mrs. James Jenkln3 spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Wick Thomas, of Round Grove. .. .Mrs. Alice Burling, of Remington, and vSL- Sure Relief IL-ANS FOR INDIGESTION Z5 end 754 Pktfs Sold Everywhere EYESIGHT SPECIALISTS 430 Main St.' C. H. ANKENY , & CO. Jewelers and Optometrists East Side Square, Lafayette iHIIHIIIliilllllilliliilillHllH The Buy of the Year FOR TONE AND DISTANCE 1 . IT HAS NO EQUAL g 8 Tube Set complete with Tubes Ql OO 7C H and Speaker $xOu I O I fflooreS Ifemple lite Co. g 325 Main St. g !l!!!ii!illili!iiijlHi!ilii!ii One Economy We Do Not Practice 1 HIS bank believes in principles of economy in its own interest and that of its depositors. But there is one commodity in which we find it pays to be extravagant. It is'COURTESY. We spend it freely, continuouslybecause 'the supply is inexhaustible. rate STATE BANK Lafayette, Ind. is based on modern research. It has been used for 20 years millions of boxes oi it The results are seen in almost every circle, in new beauty, new health and vitality. A book in each box ot Marmola give the complete formula, also the reason for results. Users know just how and whj the changes come about, and why they are beneficial. Learn the tacts. Iry the scientific help which has done so much for so many, and watch what it does foi you. Start today by asking your druggist for a Zl box of Marmola, What Doctors Think of the . Laxative Habit v In all history, uu Indian was ever known to have constipation. Nor need .YOU. He chewed the bark of a tree called cascara. Today, we have the candy Cascaret. Carcarizingr the bowels never forms a laxative habit If already formed, an occasional Cascaret will usually break the habit For cascara strengthens the muscular walls of the bowels, and their need of any aid at all grows constantly less. What other cathartic has this characteristic? The writer knows of none. An evacuation brought gently about by cascara will, nine times rlin ten, he followed by full func tioning of the bowels on the morrow and for days after. For there is no REACTION as with sickening salts, or any of the man-made purgatives that go through one's system like a bullet Physicians tell us cascara Is the Ideal laxative and the tongue tell3 us candy Cascarets are its V 7 i h r i : ITS "-. iii 0- ni 4 W. 13 wv4 1 IL.,m'.. T-... i Cascarets, ideal form. At least a million people knew this; what a pity there are any who don't! Especially parents; because children love to take a Cascaret After which, for days-on-end, the bowels will be seen to work of their own accord. I The only habit from cascara Is that of regularity! Cascarets tone and train the bowels. But at the first sign of returning sluggishness another Cascaret is as effective as the first There isn't a drusrgist who hasn't twith laxatives.- WHY -Adv. experiment Journal and Courier Want Ads Bring Results 3f j Distinctive Service j V CB0WH iAUITOY v. Master Dry Cleaners y Phone 4073 Famous Health YOU NEVER TASTED SUCH FLAVOR WHOLE WHEAT AT ITS BEST Dietitians and physicians are recommending this .N loaf for its health promoting qualities. Phone 3852 for Party Orders Pi TUP nAYLIGHT STORE'' 3 i I A Special Group of Fur Trimmed and Tailored OA Featured m a Final s' Markdown at You will be amazed when you see what 'coat values we are offering in this sale at $10.00. Coats that were originally made to seU at a much higher figure. We have too many and we need the room for new spring merchandise which will arrive soon. 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