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, jt. A. Meeting Tomorrow he 6. I. A. of the B. of I/. E. meet in regular session'at.2:30 Wednesday .afternoon at the under. Next came the maid of honor, Miss Rosalie Barnai 1, of Chicago, attired in a gown of orchid chiffon and carrying a bouquet of Ophelia herican Legion hall. * * * toadies of G. A. R. Ladks of the G. A. R. Will tomorrow afternoon at G. A. R. hall. It , <ljl€8tcd that all members attend. jpajice at St. Pius Hall Tonight ^tfhe Catholic "Welfare council is Eastern Star to Meet Freeport chapter ' Order of the Eastern Stnr will hold a 'stated meeting Wednesday evening for business. Past Noble (Grands to Meet The Past Noble Grands club of the Illinois RebekRh lodge Ko. 2a9, will meet at 2:30 p. m. Friday at. I. b. O. F.. temple. Refreshments will be served. roses. ' Then followed little Miss Katharine Kufscher, flower girl, in a dress of pink net over ititik satin at 3 'scattering rose petals in the path of c ] u b w ill serve, is re- J the bride. The bride, nttired in a gown of white charmeuse with dainty lace and pearl trimming with a tulle veil Mooseheart The women of Mooseheart Legion will hold their regular meeting Wednesday evening, Sept. 26t.h .in L. O. O. M. temple at 7:30. The Birthday falling from a cap of lace and orange a dunce at St. Pius hall j blossoms and carrying a shower hou- ifatght. The Art Franz orchestra 11"" 1 of wnitp Ophelia, roses and •«J*ii « ..hiti, n,« ,-,,,%«(/. swansoma, entered upon the arm of t«ll turftMi Uw ™UMC.^ ^ Rich , m , 8 A1 , en> „ f ,., enfl of , ho I M«Wot si.Mkrs'penreans l^ nli ' y -J vno *« v ? npr '" va >'-, MD " l . er , ^ntiiiiifc fi i-m.n... i ( jj u gij M ar tiri, in n suit of white IPreoport Shakespeare society held; I* first meeting for the season las , SfeS.V 1 %irN°r^ M ."«!S «' A- Hershbergo, ran,, down an- JiT ,, .,' .. '., i ' xi. n other woodland path and joined the l^iss Kathumo Gondard was admit- ,___,_,_ , ,^.. „,.,,,, „, ,.„., tad to mcmbiiship and ihe regul.".r " " was trans- Eagle Meeting Tonight The Fraternal Order of. Eagles will meet tonight in their hall over Knowlton's bank In regular session. A number "f candidates are to be initiated into the order. All candidates whose applications have been approved are kindly asked to present. Refreshments Will be be bride and her maid of honor at the foot of the giant, oak on the hank of j the mirrored stream where the min, ister awaited them. hjisitiess of the atted. ! *:•- -:- * 1 Miss Edler Entertains 4Miss Beimce Keller, 42ii W. Douglas avenue, entertained last evening I aUher home tke Semper Fidelis class j 'oSAho Evangelical Lutheran church. 3-Stfhtetn girls' were present. After fiiihort business meeting games and njllsic were enjoyed by all. A lunch then saved. The girls left de- Miss Edler a delightful Ittostefcs. ;• * * * | 4 Rir< Inlay Party ^ 'Fifteen of Helen Pam-llas' friends . •tethered at h.-r home. West Rmgold ! hostess. Pink WHS the color scheme Street, last evening, to celebrate herj^ >» the dinner.party .decorationa. fLenth birthday Innlvrrsary Vari- Mr. and Mrs Collier left or De- were played after which trait, and then they went to Kalama,- luncheon was served. The I zoo. Mich., where they, were the served and all members are invited to participate. Attention, Koyal Neighbors •'h°rry Blossom Camp No. 260, Royal Neighbors of America and the Juvenile Camp will hold their meetings Wednesday evening, September 20th, at T. O. O. F. temple. Members An informal reception followed the i of both Gamps arc. asked to be pros- cut and bring basket.: to help the camp Tiiove to their new lodge rooms BE TAUGHT MISS HENDERSON TO TELL THEM HOW ELIMINATE NEEDLESS LABOR. ceremony which culminated in the dramatic departure ot the wedded pair in a canoe which floated down | at K. of P. hall, where meetings will the river, slowly bearing them away i he held the second and fourth Mou- from the friends who stood upon the bunk waving farewells as they disappeared around the bend. The canoe landed at the Valley down the joined by the attendants and a few intimate friends ; t a wedding dinner with Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Allan as host and Tea Garden a half mile river, where (hey were . lor sch.me used was pink an? | gnesls of Mr. ami Wra. O- H. Lock., ..„ / wood of the Lockwood Art School White. / guests departed at a late hour. Wishing Hekn bjrthdaj s. many more happy that Mr. Collier attended early in his career as cartoonist. They then vis- jj Fntertuin at Cards J f T,he. Misses Pauline Smoyer andi Wilma Ickes entertained at "Five 11 Hundred" last evening at the home 0% the latei, 210 K. Winslow street, ai- a variety shower complimentary tb'Mjs Arnold P. Unmacht, formerly Miss Faye Gavigan, a recent bride. J?,avors were awarded to (Mrs. R. M. ited friends in Chicago, and are now ! p -t meets Wednesday evening, Sept. visiting at their old homes in Pearl Ufi. at S p! in. A good attendance is City and Freeport, respectively. | desired as there will be applications Mrs. Collier is the daughter of the to vote ,, Ilon . .Let \is not forget that, it is our duty to attend meetings regularly if possible, and assist in upholding the Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Crane, of Lena, who were numbered among the old settlers of Siephenson county. For the past few years she has' mlt pl . inci pi es o f Fellowship, Love been residing in •Cleveland, Ohio. l aml Truth. The. groom is the son of .lames II. Collier, ofVearl Ciry. He has been Mann and Mrs. Oliver Klippinsf. The | making occasional journeys back to e ob ij galkms> the fulfilment of A**i>1tt r.£t/>fti-»rorl ^vlnT^^r l-io-int if ill r-'iftca I his bnme tOWll eVCl* Since he left tO ...i.:.,i. -^ • ,_.._* received many beautiful gifts, * * * Entertain at Club The buffet luncheon at which Mrs. ~A. A. Hunter 138 N .Stewart avenue, and.Mrs. R. W. Hyatt, 1448 W. Stephenson street, entertained forty jiguests today was followed by an afternoon bridge at the Freeport. cmmtry club today. Old fashioned . garden flowers arranged in charming j bouquets, adorned the buffet and -tables in the dining room. Rlchly- - glowing dark red snap dragons, contrasted with Hie delicate love-in-the- ; B^lst, "vvero combined with sweet- biart rose 1 ?, lavender and purple stocks, agdratum and verbenas for his home town ever since he left to I take up his career as an artist. He 'is now n resident of New York City where he is doing syndicate work and also working for 'Life" and AT JOURNAL-STANDARD'S COOKING SCHOOL NEXT WEEK Model Kitchen .to Be tlsed in Food and Housekeeping Demonstrations How can I get good 'meals and yet have time for anything else? This question is one of > the vital problems confronting the housewife which Miss Emma Henderson, home economics expert, will" answer at the Journal-Standard Cooking school October 2-5 at the I. O. O. F. temple.-" "No modern woman wants to spend'all of her. time In the kitchen," Miss Henderson declared, "and in the present* age of'time and laborsaving equipment there is no reason why she .should." Miss He/iderson will conduct her food demonstrations in *a model kitchen arranged on the stage oE the temple to eliminate needless steps and motions. "O, I'm so tired" is the wail with which many housewives greet their huslinnds each evening," says Miss Henderson. "It is only too apt to irritate the man and in some cases it should," Miss Henderson stated emphatically. By using her head in- sfpad of her heels, according to the old proverb, the housewife may be fresh and smiling in the evening. There are kitchens where a home maker walks twenty feet to get a mixing spoon Mlas Henderson has found. At one tice she made the experiment of attaching a pedometer to her ankle in order to find out how far she walked in the course of a day's demonstration. At the end of the day the instrument registered six miles. If women walk that far in a model kitchen think of the appalling number ot-miles they walk in some of the big old fashioned kitchens. Backache, the ourse' of so many women, may be the result of improper height in kitchen equipment according to Miss Henderson. Fireless cookers. Miss Henderson declares not only save waiting around while, the food is cooking but which is incumbent upon every one |a!so save fuel. An appetizing dinner nifl.y be cooking while the housewife is on a shopping trip, at a bridge party, taking outdoor exercise or reading her favorite author. M/.N1' INTERESTING PROGRAMS ARRANGED FOR SEA- j , SON OF 1928-24. ; Announcement of the program of the Daughters of the American Revolution for the coming year includes a number of interesting programs that have been arranged by the program committee consisting of Mrs. Matthew B. Marvin, Mrs. R. R. day evenings of each month. Knights of Pythias Freeport lodge. Knights of Pythias, has planned an interesting meeting for tonight, at which time an address on Pythianism will be given by Charles H. Green, state's attorney. Members are very cordially invited to attend. Thursday evening the Knights of Pythias and Pythian Sisters will have a dance and card party, to which all Pythians and their ladies are invited. WinneshciU Lbdge, I. 0. 0. F. Winnesheik lodge No. 30, 1. O. O. Let us not forget that we are pledged to a great work, that there Printing Dept., Furst-McN'ess Co. WILL LAUNDER curtains and do fine linens at home; also do children's sewing. Phone Red 729. 9-25-31* FOR SALE CHEAP—One single •wooden bed and mattress? one .hard coat stove. , Call between 10:30 a. m. • Ridge, 1061. 8:30 and 9-25-31* Tiffany, and Mrs. Boyd Hill. .The go0 d opening for bright boy over 16. program is a&. follows: >— ....•, ~. . -?...., ».•... ~ October 3, at Forreston—Hostesses, Mrs. Nellie C. Wertz, Mrs. Mildred H. Covell, Mrs. Bertha DeGraff, Miss Sweet, Miss Corning. Subject, ''Two Women of Civil War Days," ^ "Mrs. Jo'hn ,A. .Lp'gan," Mrs. Boyd Hill; "Mrs. Plckett," Mrs. M. B. Marvin. November T^Hostesses, Mrs. C. D. Knowlton, Mrs. R. R. Tiffany, Miss Harriet LanSj Mrs. M., B. Marvin. Mrs. A. J. Goddnrd, Mrs. W. J. Smith, Mrs. Boyd Hill. Past Regent's Day. . " . December 5—Hostesses, "Mrs. O. S. Hitchner, Mrs. J.,. A. Poiing, The Misses' .Ch'risler.' Mrs, C~. C. Wolf. Subject, "Blackhawk," -Edward Burchard. January 2—Hostesses, Mrs. Chest- Mr. and Mrs. Collier will be at home after Oct. 1st at 530 Isham street, -New York City. Notes of the Day effective decoration. Edwin Ennenga returned home last night, after atending the cloth- WEDDINGS - Crane-Collier ;Pearl City, 111., Sept. 24.—A wed- i.-iig which attratced much attention because of its originality or arrange iers' style show in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Le Baron, of j 'this ciry, ure ^he parents "of a son,, I born at St. Francis hospital Sunday, j i Howard F. Thoren, of-Chicago, is) visiting at the home of jhis falher, W. H. Thoren, 249' W. Pleasant street. Lester Grell .who is employed by the Sears-Roebuck Company in of us. and which can only be performed in the lodge room. ! In a material and selfish age. it j may often seem difficult to exhibit ! true friendship, love, truth, benevol- | ence and charity. Yet, no matter (what obstacles confront us, no I matter what attitude others may j take, every true Odd Fellow should i be true to himself by helping pro! mote the principles which he pledges i himself to uphold. There is no better i place to practice this than in the lodge room. Visitors always welcome. ^ H. E, K. Lodge Reporter. MUSHROOM LIGHT TO DIRECT TRAFFIC-AT NIGHT, CORNER LINCOLN AND LOCUST AVES, A now (:!"c:rically lighted "mushroom" iraffic lisht is being installed Chi- ' on South Locust avenue, at iho east "Wheel carts aiid serving lables take the place of a maid and the only expense is the first cost. Miss Henderson will furnish a list of efficient kitchen equipment to anyone interested on request. Classes will begin at 2 o'clock.each afternoon so that Miss Henderson will have as' long a time as possible to answer questions After ench meeting. Miss Henderson yho will conduct, the Journal-Standard cooking school, has conducted a number of similiar classes in cities throughoui the country in the interest of the Washburn Crosby So., millers of Gold Medal flour. Although Miss Henderson will" use only Gold Medal flour, there will be no goods sold and no orders taken and the housewives will Mothers* Meeting, Christian 1 Church A Mothers; meeting will be held at the''Christian church next Thuis- day afternoon at 2:30. Mrs: Earle will give a Bible talk and Mrs. Ogden will sing. All the women of this church,are cordially invited to attend. Dorcas Class, St. John's The Dorcas class of St. John's fjimday school will hold a special meeting at ih> home of Mrs. Eliza- belli Davis, 954 South Galena avenue, tomorrow night, September 26, ot 7:45. All members are requested to make a special effort to be present as some very important business is to be discussed. Dakota Community Church : Dakota, 111., Sept. 25.—Friday evening the 2Sih there will be a social at the church for all members of the church and Sunday school an'd for all those interested in the work of the Community church. Various classes are planning stunts and a good time is anticipated. ' Sunday will be Rally day, we want every one present at the services of the church and Sunday school. At 7:30 there will be an illustrated lecture on the work among the lumbermen, also two reels showing the cutting and making of lumber will be*shown. Haplist Convention Opens The convention of the Rock River Baptist Association opened this afternoon at the First Baptist church. A large number of dole- gales are registering for the two day session. The .Rev. Raymond S. Carman, who spoke this afternoon will ad- Edlth Knowlton, Mrs. Helen Hendress each of the four meetings. At! ricks - Mra - Mary P. Brttbaker. Book the banquet whirhY is held at G:15i Keview ' Miss F1 °ra Guiteau. o'clock the Rev. A. H. Gage, of | _ February 22—George Washington Chicago, will be the chief speaker. Edwin Phelps will also give a report at the evening meeting. Tomorrow the Sunday School Religious Education association will have charge of the meeting which begins at 9:15 o'clock. "The influence of the Home upon the Church" will be the subject of the talk by the Rev. W. E. Munde.ll while the Rev. Louis H. Koehler will present the opposite .sklo"What Can the Church i Do for th Home." The Rev. F. W. Stewart will talk of the "Responsibility of Parents." In tho afternoon missions will be discussed. The Rev. J. H. Teleford. of Burma will speak. "Our Associational Outlook" will be the topic of the talk by the Rev. E. A. Gilmore superintendent . of the Northern .District. There will be reports of officers before adjournment. Cottage Prayer Meetings Tho fifteen minute co/tage prayer meetings" for Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock will be held al the homes of the following persons: Precinct 1—Mrs. Clara Sage, 55 FOR SALE—One tailor made suit, size 40; one grey coat, size 42; waist slae 40; one'brown" suit. si?.^36; blue suit size 34; one brown wrap, size 14. Phftn<< White 065. 0-25-31 WANTED—Industrious man or. woman with sdme bookkeeping and accounting experience. Apply immediately to Office Manager:The."VV. T. Rawleigh Co. 0-2S-31 FOR RENT-Basement Galena building. Apply at building. 9-25-St* FOR SALE—One dark blue winter coat, Marvella cloth with silver fox collar, size 36; also black plush coat with opossum collar, size- 36; reasonable, Call at 311 So. State Ave. or Red 1027. 9-25-3t BOY WANTED to learn trade; have FOR 'SALE—One coat for girl 12 to 14,-blue cloth, fur'collar; plush coat with fur collar, size 40. 1617 Phorte Main 9-2ii-3t Here- is 4 ltat>o£ caffethat IB being ' -^ ' 7 * torn down this SANDERS AUTO PARTS Here is a chance to save yourself some real money If you'have sam« model as these cars: ApperVon Jack Rabbit. , • A - " ' ' • Briscoe, late model .^.X Buick 4. Chalmers 32-B. / , Dort. Ford 1D17. Hudson Super «j - v Hudson C-40. Interstate. Jeffrey. 6. Nash. Overland 8! M Jil! MADAM ADA AND PROF. DICK— Madam Ada first and second sight artists, what I What you want- to know is tell you. . Private readings. Call at Wilson Hotol. 9-2r>-3t« GIRLS ' WANTED—Several bright, quick acting girls for printing department; permanent work for those er A, Hoefer, Mrs. B. R. Shaw, Mrs. [who show ability. Furst-McXess Co. Ralph Burt, Mrs. C. F. Kiplinger, j [ L .!)-2ii-3t Mrs. Ascher, Civic Committee Pro-[FOR RENT—Three modern unfurn- 510 S. State f)-25-:H* gram. Subject, "Women in Social' ished rooms, first floor. Ave. Ed Currier, rK. Bailey Ave.; Mrs. 1128 Staver Ave. Precinct 2— Mrs. Edwin Ennenga. 123!) W. Stephenson St.; Mrs. G. A. Young, fi'JU S. Burchard Ave. Precinct 3— Mrs. E. I. Rubendahl, S27 W. Homer St.; Mrs. G. H. Gill, S40 W. American St.; Mrs. Chas. Bolt, S34 W. Pleasant St.* Precinct 4 — Mrs. Byron Stephens, 310 N. Powell Ave.; Mrs. Baker, 354 j - N N ™*'y Ave -= N '- Vv ' est Av °- : Km*. K - Jj - -Spitler, N. .ment and artistic beauty was that of « B o. is visiting relatives here and J end of Lincoln boulevard, the light IBM Nettie Florence Crane, head of «" RocJi Gl ' ove ' \ bem f I1 ji 1 '' ( ' d hy lnc »' oll<?e Depart, ttie Department of Enqlish. Spencer- ' Grover Ohden has.returned 10 his nu>nt ' , Tnr> ]t f- M ™ a large affair Department of English. Spencer !*n sctiool, of Cleveland, Ohio, and Nnthan !<• Collier, noted artist of New Yoik City. On the wooded bank of the Cha- gtfin river at Games' Mill, a quaint little Vllage in the Berkshires of Ohio, the service wa.s r ad in the presence o£ about sixty guests at four-thirty o'block, Satui'Jay, September, S, home at New Orleans after spending ! covered with si eel covering shap- , ed hk'i a mushroom and so arranged several days with relatives and friends in Freeport. Mrs. Daisy Stanberry, of Fort Dodge that the light can be seen for a considerable distance. It Is being in- , not be asked to obligate themselves i Bnck Avc - : Mrs - t-iwrenco. Ringold Work," Ruth Hill. February 6—Hostesses, Mrs. Bruce i REMEMBER home grown fruit al- Mitchell, Mrs. Clara'P. Sage, • Miss I- Wa3 f 8 has tne ( l uallt y: we hav « b *st i variety apples because -we grow a large per cent of our trees; orchard has been thoroughly sprayed. Our cider is made by blending the best varieties apples; none better. Henry Schmertman. Phone Rural 1902. HOLLAND tuned' my piano and you Party. Social .Committee Program, March 5.—Hostesses. Mrs. M. Hetlinger, Miss Florence Denison, Miss i enn . siu ' e te 'l the difference. Call'Red Dorothea Taylor, Misr Jane Goddard, Mrs. F. O. Keene. Mrs. Minnie Barnes. Subject, "Pioneer Days in Freeport," Miss Jane Goddard. April 2.— Hostesses, Mrs. A. F. 4456. Twenty years experience. Oakland «. Saxon 6. . _^. \ Stuclebaker 4 and 8.' ' Act Now! Don't Delay! SANDERS AUTO PARTS COMPANY , ( Phone 120 S 204 East Stephenson St. Everything Your Auto ., Needs "at less." 9-24-6t 9-25-31 FOR SALE—Dining room suite and WANTED— To buy all kinds of junk; old stoves, paper, books, rags and will come and get the same in town j or country. Phone M. 1G66. J. W. Flachtemeier, Mrs. Jessie Mrs. A. P.- 3 piece bed room suite. 319 West Clark. Ridge 720. fl-25-3t* ,. I FOR RENT—Seven room house at c ,,fv. A*- 'X ,'! Float nnd Winnesheik Sts. Inquire T ™' , Car , rio I Robert P. Eckert, llo'/i VV. Stephen-, MUnn, Mrs. B. L. Figeley, Mra. 'E. ' O. Rosenstiel, "Mrs. Catherine MMS- ser, Mrs. Caroline Barrett. Musical — in charge of Music Committee. May 7. — Hostesses, Mrs. O. • R. Zipf, Jrtiss Mattie Scott, Mrs. George Smith. Mrs, W. P. Hutchison, HJrs. J. B. Scott. Mrs. R. E. Chandler, Reports ,of Delegates. Election of Officers. June 14 — Flag Day Luncheon. Officers The officers of the organization 0-25-3t Regent—Mrs. Ralph M. Burt. Honorary Regent—Mrs. Charles D. Knowlton. Vice Regent—Mrs. Carl C. Kip- WANTED—To buy bungalow or house close in. Cash if price is right. Address "77, care this office. » n-25-3t FOR SALE CHEAP if token at once, ^O ita stake body to fit Ford ton truck. x Inquire Freeport Iron & Metal Co. . i 9-25-tf FOR SALE—One Ford motor $5.00; one Ford'frame $2.00. Call at 320 W. Summit St. 0-25-3t* FOR SALE—Grocery stock and fixtures;' tloing good business. Phone Red 1140. • 0-25-3V* FOR RENT—Furnished rooms for light housekeeping; modern and close in. 427 W. Douglas St. fl-2r,-3t In any way. , . > ^ *.«* i i •- 11 .'j i , la. is tihe house guest of Mr. I,,,<,.. ,u „. , , with the j-s. Charles H. Green and Mr. . ,, . oomin o and Mrs and Mrs. J. R. Wadclell. The Misses Elizabeth MAthews and idea of directing traffic off Lincoln boulevard and onto South Locust or vice versa. That point is one of the dangerous cor-. bv Harvt-v D Hoover nrosident ..'j j ^ leamir Kin0 '- n>lil " "»' e s P eiulir >K | ners in the city and the police depart uy «ai\t> u nooxtr, piesident ot seve ,. !U flavK in Chicago, the guests Carthage College, the bride's alma mater. While Mif-s Margaret Subok, oon- tealed in the 'shrubboi-y. played Mendelssohn's wedding inarch on her •viojln, the budal party came down the'wimling lane Viy the river, form- | ing a picture wh.ch the guests will i not soon foigct. The six brides-maids, Misses Pauline Mcrville. Ro•Bella McGowan, Ruth Poiy.iiu.-k. Klizabeth MiCiuire, Bertha Werner und Cynthia faykora, each two wearing frocks of peach, pule greon and of relatives and friends. The Rev. Henry N'ntt, pastor of Grace Reformed church, Milwaukee, Wls., is visiting his 'brother C. H. Noll U42 S. Galena avenue. monl felt .the need of having a trafTic light, as traffic officers are not provided for ihe residential sections of the city, it is understood that similar lights will lie placed at other point" throughout the ci' S, S, Y, M, U, ELECTS OFFICERS • FOR YEAR 1923-1924 At a regular meeting of the S. S. Y. M. T*. of St. Joseph's church the following officers were elected: Edward Lamm, president; Louis Balles, linger. Secretary—Mrs. Arthur F. Flach- temeier. i Treasurer—Mrs. Charles L. Hill. Registrar—Miss Jane Goddard. Assistant Registrar—Miss Edith Knowlton. Historian—Mrs. Matthew B. Marvin. Chaplain—Mrs. R. E. Chandler. Auditor—Miss Jane,'Goddard. Custodian—Mrs. C.'L. Hill. Committees 1923-1924 St.; Mra. '..'has. Dresser, 722 W r . Cot- i Program—Mrs. Matthew B. Mar- FOR SALK-Partly modern five room cottage with bath on paved street. Call Red 1040. " 9-25-r.t* FOR SALE—Seven room house, has city and soft "water, gas, toilet, $2,700; southwest; six room modern house, west location: 7 room cottage, west. Phone Red 1.140. 9-24-31* POTATOES POTATOES Fancy early Ohios, delivered, $1.25 per bushel. Phono Main 2052. fl-24-3t tonwood St. Precinct C—Mrs. John Stark, 6;"G \V. Dougus St. Preciffct 7—Mrs. J. K. Fickert, 115 vin, Mrs. R. R. Tiffany, Mrs. Boyd Ave.; Mrs. T. M. W. Main St.; Mrs. S. Blackhawk Kauffman, 417 G. A. HuenKcmeier, -}1S W. Broadway; Mrs. J. N. Daly, 627 W: Steph- «nson St. Precinct S—Mrs. Caroline Harris vice president; Carl Franz, secretary; l repinct »—-Mrs. Caroline Harris Carl Noe, treasurer; D. Dwyer.'mar- I 702 W. Klk St.; Mrs. Klontz, 803 S. shall; Arthur Noe, athletic manager: West Ave.; Mrs. Best 750 W. Lin- Louis Kappes and Al. Rodemeyer, ] coaches J. Tobin, calisthenic instruc- A. C. Etnrich and L. L. Cooihher, j short time, of the A. C. are Kinrich clothing house-., __ _„_ __._.. in Chicago attending the .m- j WANTS $100,000 FROM 1 clothiers' style show at .Muni- :canary yellow chiffon, idown the litne carrying silver sticks sprmounled b\ bouquets of pah; pink .and lavender asters. With.thi .. flowers they foiined an arch for the bride and hn attendants to cip.il pier. Mrs. J. Hoffman, who has been a house ijtitst u£ ihe Rev. R. Worthman and Mrs. Worthman. K. Iro- FAMOUS GOAL COMPANY came i|uo:s strtvi, l.->fi today Cur her home tit Foil SkatL-hawun,, Alberta. Can. Marriage licenses were issued yes tvrnluy at Rockford to Judson W. | Gruezinger, 'J!t, of Kent, 111., and W!llk :.Miss Mary I.,. I'icive, 'JO. of Nora, 11.1.: and to Lowell .1. liale ^ti, of Urowntowii. \Vi.i., and Miss Grann K. Muhlkuch, lit, of Warren, 111. Mrs. S. C. Nnglo ,of 70S W. Elk sireet, h.-is returned from a five, weeks' visit in .Michigan aiul Canada. AVhile she was KOIH- she. visit.cd her uv.-n and Mr. Xagle's relatives, in IJetn.lt. Grand Rapids, Coopersville, an-ived ni'The Muskegon ond Windsor. Mrs. \agle : reports having had a very enjoyable- lime. (P,y United Press ! Aurora. 111., Sept. 2."i.—One hun- I dred- ihnusand dollars damages is | asked in a suit by Kdwnrd Green, of | Aurora, from ihe Southern Illinois i Coal Company for injuries received '. in !he ilerrin mine war. ft is the i fir.= t p"rsonal suit filed against the. A $ 17.1.01111 suit b\ the company against Williamson county 13 now pending. Green's suit, filed in Williamson county court, says he was hired by the company os a steam fireman, with thp understanding he w<is not tor; Kdward Parr and Ben Hess are In charge of socials; Loiila Franz is in charge of bowling. At the meeting teams were appointed to Lake charge of a member- within a j ship drive. Albin Franz and Shelly Keelien, auU JOB Noe and Louis Balles are ihe teams soliciting mem'- bferships. Father Weitekarnp, who^ is spiritual director of l-he Catholic Young Men'a sociely, gave a talk on the value of a Catholic Young Men's society ,and he especially laid stress on the fact thai ihe society was a great builder of character. "The young man of today," he said, "needs a good environment lo keep him slraighl, and it is at St. Pius hall where there is u good healthy environment of clean sports, games and amusemeiils)." The young.men also were reminded that .they had the best und insist complete club rooms of any Catholic young men's aunts have been;FARM WAGON HEARSE clamoring for a late picture I ,, FOR WEALTHY 10 WAN to be a strike breaker; that when ho mine he refused to work, whereupon he was compelled to work at the point of a gun. Trouble developed, and Green got shot in the leg durlnir tho general fight In I which 0.' guards and union men were i killed. Boul.; Mrs. Koerner, 050 W. Pleasant St.; Mrs. Wm. Washburn, 750 W. Homer St. Precinct i)—Mrs, Winters, 41 ti W. Moseley Ave.; Mrs. Green, 702 S. Walnut Ave. Precinct 10—Mrs. E. K. Adamson, 223 W. Broadway; Mrs. John Schreffner, 1030 S. Chicago Ave.; Mrs. Nellis Laible, 1110 S. Maple Hill. Social—Mrs. Chester A. Hoefer, Mrs. Oscar Zipf, Mrs. B. L. Figeley, Mrs. J. A. Poling, Mrs. C. C. Wolf, Mrs. W. P. Hut.hison, Mrs. O. S. Hitchner, Mrs. Mattie S. Scott. Civics—Miss Edith Knowlton, Mi.:s Gertrude Converse, Miss Dorothea Taylor, Miss Xorah P. C'u-lsler. Resea.P|» and Marker—Miss Jane Gc;M..i-d, Mr.s. C. IV Knowlton, Miss Edith Chrisler, Mrs. Bertha DeGraff, J.iiss Carrie Munn. Music—Mrs. J. B. Scott, Mrs. H. B.. Mitchell, Mrs. A. J. Goddard, Mrs.- R. E. Chandler, Mrs. Nellie C. Wertz. Courtcsj—Mrs. O. S. Hitchner, Mrs. Wm. Ascher, Miss Ellen Sweet, Mrs. Minnie Barnes, Mrs. Catherine Musser. . Precinct 12—MrsT Garman, 435 £J. ! Press—Mrs. M. Heltinger, Mr.s. A. _ _ ' M VrtT T-*Vi H T i c-r« Tk f rt * « ! ^. ct^.^tt •* r LADIES' APPAREL FOR SALE— Fi.r cloth coat, size, 40; Cloth coat, size, 36; Serge suit, size, 30; also coat dress, size, 3fi, and two hats, A-1 condition. Call after 4_.p. m. Avon St. 541 West 9-24-31* FOR SALE—153 acre improved farm with fine set of buildings; 2G6 acre £arm with buildings, ?'J5 per nci-e; 20 acre tract with fiuildings; 10 acre tract with b ujldings. Phone Red 1140. 9-24-Bt* Griffin, Freeport, 111. 9-24-Bt* FOR SALE SEVERAL GOOD USED CARS All reasonable offers will bp accepted for^ these cars: 1!)21 Dodge Roadster 1920 Oakland Roadster 1921 Studebaker Touring Car 1822 Stephens Touring Car 1020'Buick Touring Car Anyone interested in buying. A good used car will find it worth while to look these cars over, Since January 1, 1923, we have delivered 143 used car j to as many satisfied buyers. This shows that our used'car bargains are bargains. • NOESKE BROS. MOTOR COMPANY- Corner of State and East Main , . 9-24-3t CALL MAIN 2185 for fine shoe repairing. C1 em Michel. MEN WANTED — Experienced steel workers. Apply at office after 8:30. Stover Steel Tank & Mfg. Co. . FOR SALE—Bedding, pillows, curtains, rugs, household linen, silverware, dishes, cooking utensils, Jellies, empty fruit jars, man's clothing, size 40, boy's suit, size 14 or 3(> years, etc. Blue 1762 or call at 1202 So. West Ave. 9-22-3t NOTICE FIREPROOF ROOFS will save, you money on all new roofs and roof repairs. W. T. Edwards Roofing Co., 212 No. Walnut Ave. Black 97fi. .Roofs coated. Estimates free. Work guaranteed. 'J-19-fit* WANTED — Several good mechanics. Apply at Sanders Auto Parts Co., successors to Warsawsky Auto Parts Co., Cor.-Stephenson and Adams. Chicago Ave.; Mrs. W. G. Burdick, It W. Pleasant St.; Mrs. Dinderman, £03 S. Galena Ave. Precinct 13—Mrs. Kd Heck, 217 S. (Jalerta Ave. Precinct 14—Mrs. Weaver, 1^2 ] /i E. Stephenson St.; Mrs. J. Sandqr- son, ->~>.-\ "W. Uuuglas St. -Mrs. Anderson, 204',2 ing r society in the Rockford/ diocese, thu.1 they could boast of fine bowling alleys, a Rood basketball court, shower baths and gym apparatus, a Uanue hall and stage, billiard and pool tables. The membership fee of the society has been raised this year to $0.00 owing to the fact iha shower baths and other improvements were made. Precinct 15 K. Main St. Precinct 1G— Mrs. BardeH, 222 ,S. Stale St. Precinct 17—Airs. H. P. Kochsmeier, 227 K. Washington St.; Mrs, Green, 514 K. Iroquois Si. F. Smyth, Miss Mattie Scott,,Mrs. Mary Brubaker. Publicity—Mrs. R, n. Tiffany, Miss A. Corning, Mrs. W. P. Henrichs, Mrs. E. R. Shaw. Students' Loan' Fund—Miss Florence E. Denison, Mrs. George 'B. Covell, Mrs. George Smith, Mrs. Clara ". Sage.. ment with bath; also garage. Inquire 535 W. Chestnut. n-19-Gt WANTED TO BUX AND SELL— First class ho SLhold articles of -all kinds. 19 E. Main St. Phone Main 124 ' 8-10-tf YOUR ROOF should be under our supervision. Heine Roofing Co. Ex- FOR HOME-MADE; Sausage, spare ribs, back bone, tenderloin or any cut of pork or beef call Addams Meat Market, 312 So. Chicago Ave., Phone Main 2103. We Deliver. I pert roof engineers. STAY OF EXECUTION FOR Main 400. fl-20-30t •hei: and her little friends _ I Carroll, Iowa, Sept. 25.—Drawn by i a team of horses a regular fari* | wagon, carrjed the body of Ethan , - - i Akin, 7ii years old, who left an estate r cpinplete and have her photo j valued afmort than ?r.oo,ooo u, UH *want one too. Make the farnilv taken now. think about portraits Christmas gifts. It's none ,t<x> early to have them made. Portraits — Frames Enlargements feU T&dio verything Photographic \ 3,2 So, Galena Ave. Ground Floor 8tolr» to Climb . final resting place in a local ceme- j tery here >-i-sterday. The funeral was conducted without prayer, hymn or sermon, as the will left by the man expressly stipulated that there- bo no services of any kind und that his body be taken to the cemetepy by a regular farm wagon drawn by a team of horses. There were no flowers, and the only expression of kindness was Mary Foster, 8, who dropped a .sprig of evergreen on the rasket as it was lowered into the ground. KNIGHTS OF PYJHIAS ELECT GRAND OFFICERS William H, More of Peoria Is Named ns Grand Chancellor NAVY HOPES TO TAKE SPEED RECORD FROM ARMY Precinct IS—.Mrs. C. Chronic, 83!) S. Adams Avt'.; Mrs. .Spungler, 819 S. ! Arcade Ave, j Precinct 111—Mrs. Henry Mevis, i 70S S. Miami Ave, Precinct 20—Mrs. Bunker, 7-10 S. Float Ave. Precinct 21—Mra. E. E. MatttV i SIay of execution in order ihafshe Iu35 S. Carroll Ave'.; Mrs. E. Court-i nluy a W )eal to lhe Illinois ^supreme FOR SALE—40 heating stoves and cook stoves and other household UITTI nOlinCI I C 'Roods bought and sold. 15 No. Sheri- nil ll-unUUCLLC Idan Ave., Kast Freeport. north of j Harris grocery store. Phone Blue It Will Give Her Opportunity to A,p- • 1022. 0-21-61 peal to Supreme Court j (Bj lumed Prro» trended Wire) s Chicago, 111., Sept. 25.-rMrs. Nitti- Crude-lit. 1 , sentenced to hang Oct. 12 OF MYSTIC SYMBOLS Venetian motifs vie today with mystic Hindu and'Persian symbols in the newer brocades. These' brocades are sumptuo^* things of silk and velvet^ wMlh bright metallic touches; Say it vitjb Printer's Ink. IB.v l.'nitof) Press Leaspd Wire) Chicago, .Sept. 25.—William H. Moore, Peoria, was elected grand chancellor of the .Illinois division, Knights of Pythias, sit the organization's annual slate convention here today. Other officers elected included: Pent H. Orr, .lolietr vice grand chancellor: Allen Douglas, Chicago, re-elected grand keeper of records and seals; Millard V. Dunliip, Jacksonville, re-elected grand keeper of ihe exchequer; James E. Detenger, Bushnell, grand prelate; Daniel It. Ross, .Denton, grand master lit arms, und Algerdon S. \Vet>k. Champaign, grand master of the innrr guard. Judge" Perry L,. Persons, AVaukcgan, was elected grand outer guard. E. S, Poddington, Ku«i St. Louis, was elected a member of the grand tribunal. (B; United I'resa Leased Wire) St. i^ouis, Mo., Sept. -5.—The four navy entrants in the Pulitzer race for the world's speed championship in the air ore assembling the planes her today and will make test flights tomorrow at St. .l/o<Hs field, the ,scene of the international air races next Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. The four,, Lieutenants, J. H. Sanderson, S. W. Cailoway, H. .1. Brow, and Knsign A. J, Williams have already pushed the maximum speed record 10 :!C6 miles an hour In tests vSTORE ROOMS FOR RENT—I am going to start to remodel the buildings next to the Lindo theater - ery soon. If anyone is interested in j renting one or both and will call be- for ihe murder of her first husband, j f O ro I start the actual work; I cgn Frank Nitti, -today was granted a 'arrange to build the rooms to suit ney, m'O S. Carroll Ave. Precinct ••.'^—Mrs. Arthur Rosh, 1^34 S. Float Avt?.; Mrs. Koscoe L.e- Baron, 14,')3 H. Float Ave. Kast Freeport—Mrs. F. M. lA'on, Ci:i K. Grin St.; Mrs. Oscar Richmond. 15 S. Hancock Ave. | court. The order was granted by Orrin FUNERAL OF WAI. YEAfiEK Tho funeral of tho late William Yengur. 121) X. Foley avenue, will-be held on Weilni-sduy .afternoon at 2 (/clock. Sorvices will be conducted at ihe family home. Carter, supreme court justice. the tenants. Theay ter. J. F. .Ditiman, Lindo 0-24-tf 45c A GALLON for sweet cider; leave your order for fine pears and Snow apples now. Phone 'Rural 352C. The c;ise will come up before the , higher court, in October or Novera- I FOI *« H. S. Heimendinger. 9-24-St* « AT ONCE-Will sacri-' flee 9 room modern house close in; , , T , , . , . , her. Had the sentence been earned double garage; upstairs made into out, Mrs. Nitti-Crudelle would have i fl al; get good rental. Inquire E. 55., been the firsi woman hanged in 1111 nois. Journal-Riandard. 9-24-31* NOTICE , CIDER APPLES WANTED —We pay highest price for sound apples for cider and vinegar purposes. We can supply you with PURE preservative — keeps cider sweet indefinitely. For sale at reasonable prices: New White Oak Barrels'— Trade Barrels-r- Kegs. . Chas. E. Meyer & Co. Vinegar Works Freeport, 111. 327 E. Spring St, Telephone 114. iE LICENSES Philip (>tlo. New Orleans 24 j Too Late to Classify WANTED—Washings; called for and Bessie K. Freoamn, Malta, 111. •• .24 j delivered. Phone Ridge G50. Clothes do not make the man, but of the new navy ships, designed to I sometimes his wife's clothes unmake | WANTED—Carpenter work and car * * .»» r» •»•-•» w j ^ • - !*»»rt.f»i*i»ini»»^«ii«n«»**i-l.r wlir»M t» Ul 11& 01 R J lake lhe leadership now held by the army flyers. CARTRIDGE PLEATS Cartridge pleats are used effectively on serge dresses and on heuvv coats, and occasionally on silk frocks. i penter repair work. Phone Blue 2154. i 0-25-6t Indian Blankets—$3.98 » Largo •ize- i -Bo8to-i store aJv. 9-24-121] Jv PILLS lor Sick headache FOR SALK—Three rugs, one bed. i one dresser, one hard coal burner, ' dining table. Phone Ridge 1571. 19H K. Main St. tl.25-3t FOR SALE—Good black silk plush coat $S.no. Phone Keel 1181. 9-25-St 1'OUNG COUPLE, no children. wi»nt two or three room modern housekeeping apartment; rant reasonable; steady tenants if deaired. Address "32," care this office. 9-?5-3t» SAMSON HYATT Roller Bearing Windmills 30 per cent more efficient in year around service. CPU once in two years. Can be installed upon any make of tower. See one upon pur Sample Floor. yVe are exclusive agents for the entire STOVER line. Phone DORMAN & CO. Main 133

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