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'BUT BITTB1 DC AJUE1'< AJCE1 DAILY TMBUHK-TTJIM, AMES, IOWA, WEDNEBDAY, OCTOBXK 4, FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Instructions! By Blotter OLD TIME DANCE, MOO8E HALL ! WANTED: GIRL FOR HOUS.'I- Thursday, Oct. 6. Old time mu- | work. References. Write 2(j95, sic. Tribune. 4—Strayed, l*»*t, found LOST: CORDOVA LEATHER ham! bag in front of chemistry or between town and Chemistry. Call 1095. LOST: DARK GREY FELT HAT, owner's name printed on inside. Reward. F. W. Griffin, 231% Main Phone 114. LOST: FOX TERRIER DOG. Brown and white. Call 327 Lincoln way. WANTED: BEAUTY OPERATOR. Apply 123 Wflch avenue. 24—Help Wanted, Male ABLE MAN FOR DISTRIBUTING and.delivery work. Pays $26.50 up. Needed at once. Must own car. Address Albert Mills, Route Mgr., 2574 Monmouth, Cincinnati, Ohio.' 87—Work Wanted, Female 5—Auction Sales THE STOCK AND FIXTURES OF the Ames Candy Shop will 1 * sold at auction Oct. _ 10 at 2 p. m. !•—Automobilw, Trmcfeji tor Sal WANTED: GENERAL HOUSE j work or all kinds. Good ciean i work guaranteed. Both uptown and fourth wwd- Call 2034. WANTED: HOUSEWORK OR care of children by experienced maid. -Write Tribune 2696. WE NEED USED CARS SEE US at once for trades on NEW PLYMOUTHS DODGES AND OLDSMOBILES Open Evenings W. H. Nutty Garage Plymouth - Dodge - Oldsmobile Chevrolet Heaters We have received our first shipment of the new Chevrolet Hot Water Heaters—2 sizes. Let us put yours on before the rush starts. Allen Motor Co. Chevrolet Dealers 395 Phone 5th & Douglas 1932 Plymouth Coach Perfect $395.00 '31 6 wire wheel Cher, sedan $395 '30 Plymouth Sedan $225 '30 Essex town sedon, 5165.00. Max Duitch Auto Ex. Guaranteed USED CARS Cliff Roberson Garage Chrysler and Plymouth Dealer 412 Burnett Phone 34 WANTED: DAY WORK BY EXI perienced housekeeper. Phone I 57. STUDENT AND FAMILY LAUN- dry- Reasonable. Hour work. 38F2. GIRL WANTS HOUSE WORK. Phone 271-J. 60 —Fuel COAL Chunks, 6x3 Furnace. Wut Coal. Hand picked, over shaker screens, an extra good Iowa coal. Competent deliverymen. Phone 232. Gilchrist Coal & Feed Company SAVE BY BURNING IOWA'S Best coaJ. Luther coal. Phone 1712-J. [MORAN COAL — MORE HEAT, I light ash—no clinkers. Phone 627. Improved Service We have added 3 new employees. Our storage, parts and service department now open until 12 o'clock midnight. Mathison Motof Co. Ford Sales & Service -Auto Parts, Accessories AUTO CUSHIONS Repaired, recovered or repadded. They feel like mew, When we get thru. Ames Glass & Body Company 402 Main Phone 53S-J Bl—Garden Produce FOR SALE: SWEET POTATOES, large, $1.25 bushel, small 50c bushel. Tomatoes 50c bushel. Cabbage for kraut, 50c bushel. Also carrots, beets, turnips, lettuce, radishes, spinach, onions, potatoes, squashes, egg plant, poppers, parsley. Jensen's Gardens. Phone 1770. PUMPKINS, ACORN SQUASH, 25c doz." Tomatoes. H. T. Farrar. f JUST A \NOC D, BOYS/ ONE .MEMBER OP TWE SQUAD MADE j THE CEMA.R* THAT OUf* Ufel GAME V&$ A PiJSHOVgR*— THAT OUR BOY? DIDN'T MEED TO SHOW THEIR REAL STUFF. . . . .. .'IDEA IINTO YOUR HEADS 1 -— DO YOUR BEST IH EVERY GAMETE MORE AMD IkE QUICKER YOU WILL GET mo IRE HABIT 1M NOT MENlONIMQ ANY NAMES', ?UT I'M gANKlMG- ON A LC5T FROM Cf «TAlAj PiAYWfti? YEAR~"AND A LOT FPOM EVERY MEMBER • OFTHE _*^»i m c?eT THAT CRACK ABOUT j CURE/ HE DIDN'T CERTAIN PLAYERS. FRECKLE?? ? NEED JO ' ' y ANY H*ME?. HE AT C 1KH «T HU tI»VtCt. »C ^J li POP Just a Reminder! By Cowan POP cwrr HAa_F PS TOBGCTFUl.* AS CV«K. ,1 H«/E TO GIVE W»M JUST TIE THBON THUMB ,TO TO SR.V4G rT HOME THE unrr. HE •SPEOAL TRtP DOWN TO MAJU AN IMPORTANT UuTTEP, AND THEM.WHEN HE GOT ME COUUDKT TWNK WHAT VC'D GONE DOWN TOO THAT'S A GOOD (DEM I'U. TRY SOMETHING UKE ON POP , I'M GOING TO OCWE TKE.CM? DOW* TO THE GfrFICE. ALLEY OOP Bloodhound Dinny! By Hamlin WMNY/ TRACK'EfA DC ON TH 1 TRAIL WHATEVER CARRIED FQOZY.'.' SUMPIN WJSTA, HAPPENED TO FOOZYf C'MON.OINNY-WE GOTTA SEE WHAT'S WRONGf L. A. BRUSH FIRE TAKES 75 LIVES 83—Rooms Without Board -Fruit FOR SALE: APPLKS Si, 75c AND 50c bushel. Jensen's Gardens. Phone 1770. 64—Household Goods PLEASANT SOUTHEAST-ROOM. Also garage. G09-W*. 84—Housekeeping Rooms TWO LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING rooms. Call at S05 Grand or phone 609-J. 85 — Apartments, Flat* New Studio Couches $19.50 to $27.50 I":w a. " used daybeds $8-75 to $15 Walsh Furn. & Hdwe. Phone 6S5 13—Beauty Service IMPROVE YOUR HAIR WITH A Genuine Egyptian Oil permanent. Marcels, finger waves at the Hedrick Comfort Shop. Phone 1252. A SHORT, CURLY PERMANENT •will bring out the smartness of any new hat Get-a Realistic at the j Primp Shop. Phone 809-W. ' 70—Radio Equipment C. E. GORE'S SERVICE. ALL radio work guaranteed. 210 llth. 201L 71—Pianos for Sale FORSALE: standard make, wonderful condition. Customer near Ames unable to finish payments. Cost §900 new. Only ?195 left to pay. Cash only. Write Critchett Piano Shop, Des Moines. 74—Wearing Apparel. NAIVETTE PERMANJENTS. EVA Rae hair tints. Allcne's Beauty Shoppe. Phone 427. It UK &ALE: 2 LADIES COATS, ! size 36. Phone 779. 15—Business Serrice Offered! UPHOLSTERING Refinlshmg Fibre Cord and Repairing Cane Seats Cabinet Work Awnings Antiques Little Furniture Shop Phone 114 231% Main Furnace Cleaning We clean and repair all makes of furnaces. New low prices on new furnaces. A. G. Speers Furnace and Tin Shop Phone 662 400 Main PHONE 23 1 FOR Qualify Cleaning Careful Handling Quick Service Ames Pantorium Quality Cleaners •UO Douglas Phone 231 Gen. furnace repair work. Furnaces vacuum cleaned. Eve trough work. F. A. Gould G12 Main St. Phone 527-J Have Your Furnace Cleaned NOW! Guaranteed work with our super service vacuum cleaner. Palmer Plumbing Co. 108 Hayward Ave. Phone 1091 Plumbing — Heating and Well Work PHONE 226 E. A. FOY 70—For Sale, Miscellaneous AV AUCTION OCT. 9th, 10th, llth. The entire collection of Broder's Antique Shop, Iowa City, la. Rare and choice pieces of china, glass, luster, pewter, brass and coppor, and all antique furniture. Also dealer offers Oriental rugs. Geo. Broder, 2026 Muscatine ave., Iowa City, la. BOOKCASE. KITCHEN CABINET, floor lamps, three quarter bed, dresser, beds, table, chairs. 1224 Orchard Drive. SIMMOXS COIL SPRING DAY bed. Excellent condition. 60S 5th St. FOR SALE: MAHOGANY DINING room suite, ?35. Mrs. Herman Cole. CIRCULATING HEATER, PRAC- lically new. 520. 1009 Ninth st. 70—Wanted, Miscellaneous WANTED Old gold and gold filled jewelry, bridges, crowns, etc. Charles G. Ray JEWELER 230 Main St. with Dixon Drug WANTED: TWO CAGES OF squirrels to use at. the Capitol Theatre Friday and Saturday tliis week. Will pay cash nntal. Phone 101 or 416. CALL 486-J Apartments and houses, close to college, clean, teat, convenient, priced right. Chas. Miller, 132 Hayward Ave. ATTRACTIVE APTS., NEWLY decorated. New furniture. Heat, lights, water furnished. Close to campus. Sunset Apartments. Phone 1457-W. NEATLY ' FURNISHED 3 ROOM apartment. Close in. Immediate possession. Ill Lincoln way. FURNISHED APARTMENTS AND furnished dwelling. Phone 196 Little Brothers. NEATLY F'JRNISHED 3 ROOM apartment. Close in. Immediate possession. Phone 1756. NICELY FURNISHED 2-ROOM Apt. and sleeping room. Phone 126 6-W. S15 Burnett. CLEAN APARTMENT. FURNISH- ed or unfurnished. 4th ward*. Ph. 2147-W. NICELY FURNISHED 2 ROOM apartment. 720 Fifth street. FOR RENT: GOOD APARTMENT. Dr. Proctor. COZY, TWO ROO.M, FURNISHED apartment 339-W. FOR RENT: APARTMENT. 716 Fifth. 94—Houses for Rent FOR RENT: HOUSE. FURNISHED or unfurnished Call 486-j. MODERN SIX ROOM DUPLEX. ?20, at 2704 Lincoln way. Inquire at 270S Lincoln way between 5:00 and 7:00. TWO MODERN. FURNISHED bungalov/t. Reasonable. Will rent one until Sept. 1. 1934. The other for six months. Call at 916 Ridgewood. FURNISHED RESIDENCE. ALSO lower apartment at college. $20 2057-W. SIX ROOM DUPLEX, 4Til WARDi ?20. 1752-J. 4 ROOM HOUSE FOR RENT. 1119 Roosevelt. WANTED TO RUY: FURNITURE, nigs, stoves or what have you. Call 233$. T»—Poultry for Sale AMIi.S <)Ai; Phone 2m; ..\()E C0 COLE READ THE WANTS POULTRY—DKKSSHI) CHICKEN'S Springs Me per Hi. Hens i,- l0 •• •• No charge for dressing j,nd delivery. Woodland F.-vrnm. Phone 43ii. WHITK HOCK KU1KS, MILK FKl). 3 to 5 :>>«.. 17c II). Dressed niui jdi'livcred. i'l onu 3V1.J. Washington Farm Bureau to Meet The Washington Township Farm bureau will hold its annual election meeting at Oakwood school, district No. 4, Friday evening. A potluck dinner will be served at 7 o'clock, coffee being furnished by (ho committee. The program will include 1 n talk and election of officers. '" i Chicago man airwkcA Ms frit c-igaret the offcer <f«y of the age o/ no. 7<c fsferctMnj to st.c it it xliinls hl,i growth. CHICAGO, (U.E)—Livestock: HOGS: 12,000, including 4,000 directs. Market 10 to 20c higher. ISO to 220 Ibs., $5.30@$5.45. 230 to 300 Ibs., ?4.70@?5.40. Light lights ?5.10@?5.40. Commercial pigs $4 @§5. Packing sows $3.50©?4.10. Light light, 140 to 160 Ibs., good and choice, $5.10@$5.40; light weight, 160 to 200 Ibs., good and choice, |5.25@|5.45; medium weight, 200 to 250 Ibs., good and choice, |5.15@|5.45; heavy. weight, 250 to 350 Ibs., good and choice, $4.25@§5.25; packing sows, 275 to 550 Ibs., medium and good, $3.50®' ?4.25; slaughter pigs, 100 to 130 Ibs. good and choice, |4.00@$5.10. CATTLE: 10,000: Calves 1,500. Fed steers and long yearlings grading good fully steady. Top medium and weighty steers $6.75. Killing classes improved, liberal, supply. Steers selling at 56 upward. Not -much doing on choice,and common steers or on grassers. Light weight yearling heifers in de.mand. Slaughter cattle and Vealers: Steers, 550 to 900 Ibs., good and choice, S5.:5 @56.75; 900 to 1100 Ibs.. good and choice, S5.25@?6.S5; 1100 to 1300 Ibs.. good and choice. ?5.25@$6.85; 1300@ 1500 Ibs.. good and choice, ,$5.25@$6.S5; 550 to 1300 Ibs., common and medium. ?3.00P?5.25: heifers, 550@750 Ibs., good and choice, ?4.75@?6.35; common and medium $2.75@|4.75; cows, good. $3.00@$4.25; common and medium, $1.S5@53.00; lo\v cutter and cutter, $1.25@'$1.S5; bulls (yearlings excluded) good (beef). ?3.00(&?4.00; cutter, common and medium, $2.25 @?3.00; Vealers, good and choice, §3.50@$7.00; medium, |4.50@$5.50; cull and common, ?3.50@?4.50; Stocker and feeder cattle: Steers. 500 to 1050 Ibs.. good and choice, $4.00(g;$5.00; common and medium, 52.75 (S-14.00. SHEEP: 11.000. Fat lambs opening: slow. Undertone weak to 25c lov.-cr. Desirable natives bid $6.50 @56.75. Better grade westerns above ?7. Slaughter sheep and Lambs: Lambs. 90 Ibs. down, good and choice, ?6.-00(fr?7.:ir>: common and medium, lf4.00@J6.2r>; ewes, 90 to 150 Ibs.. good and choice. ?1.50 @$2.50: all weights, common and medium. 7oc(f«'$2.00: feeding lambs. 50 to 75 Ibs.. good accl choice, S6.00 itras 23; extra firsts 20%@22; firsts "18@19; seconds 16^@17; standards 21. POULTRY: Market unsettled; receipts 32 trucks; fowls 1Q@11%; broilers 9; leghorns 7^; ducks S @10; geese S@ll; turkeys S; roosters CHEESE: Twins 11%@12; longhorns 12^4 @12%. POTATOES: On track 32S; arrivals 141; shipments 176: market moderate. Today's Markets | Price* bid by local dealerg No. 2 corn 30c Ear corn' 2Sc Oats 25%c Hogs §4.60 Cream, sweet ' Cream, SOUF . Eggs, No. 1 17c Eggs, No. 2 14c Heavy hens, 4^ Ibs. and up 7c Heavy hens under 4^j Ibs 5c Heavy breed springs, 5 Ibs. and over 8c Heavy breed springs, 4 to 5 Ibs. ..' 6c Heavy breed springs under 4 Ibs 5c Leghorn springs 5c Leghorn hens .. ..t 5c All roosters 3c All number twos, two cents less. CHICAGO. (i:.Ri—Grain range: WHEAT— Open High I^o\v Close S4U ir.Vi !>3',.i 94^ 93% May July Dec. CORN— May July DPC. OATS— May July Dec. RYE— May Dec. SO 4S'/ t 40 38% 6914 r.ARLEY— Msy 61% Dec. 56V4 91 54'i 57 48 Vi 40% 39 76% 69 '* 92^ 92% SOvs 90% 54 J 4 r>4-"i 47% 48' 8 42 39% 38% 69 J .< 6fl% 61 ^ 56% 4 56% 61 ^ 56% I— PRODUCE "| CHICAGO. II.P)-Produce: EU(5S: Market fir:::. Receipts 2,&<i7 o.d!)fs; cxlra first* rt-nl. rocoipls 14; illrtlos HiTTTKR: Mnr!;rr ^n-y; rrrrlpts J'.i,d!)3 tubs; ppecials U cur- New York Stocks Close Today 1 NEW YORK. <U.E> — Following are Wednesday noon bids on the New York stock exchange: American Can 90% American Locomotive 32% American T. and T 120 American Tob. B. ...' Se 1 /* Anaconda 16% Atchison T&CF r,5 Bethlehem Steel 39% C. & N. W. Com 9% Chrysler 44 Corn Products S7% Dupont. 77% General Electric 20 Gfneral Motors 30% International Harvester S!) Montgomery Ward 20% New York Central 39 Pennsylvania H. R 30% Sears-Roebuck 41% Standard Oil of N. J 4014 Studebaker 5% 1". S. Rubber 17»i U. S. Steel 4V& Westinghouse Electric 36 Standard Oil of Ind 30% Cities Service 2% | -i—j-— .-.,_.,._ ,^—•"• ""~~ Farm Coo Deration With A. A. A. Topic of Bureau Meetings Farm, bureau programs for next year and cooperation with the agricultural adjustment administration are being discussed by co;-,rity agents and representatives of the Iowa State college extension serv. Ice in a series of district conferences this month. A conference; was held In Spencer Tuesday and one nt Dcnison Wednesday. The remainder of the schedule: Charlton, Oct. 6: Had Oak. Oct. 8; FiiirHeld, Oct. 10; Cedar Rnplda, Oct. ll; Fayott«, Oel. 12 : Mnson City, Oct. 13' (Continued from Page One) cident I picked put the right way to run. Most of the others weren't so fortunate. I saw r a lot of them caught by the fire and fall screaming." 1,000 Acres Blackened The fire, was soon put out, after having blackened approximately 1,000 acres. Firemen then turned to scenes of indescribable horror' in the death canyon. Along the still smouldering walls of the casyon were the bodies oi the victims, scattered as if cut down charging into exploding machine guns. A few were near the bottom of the canyon. Then irregularly spaced and mostly confined to the last wall to take firs, were the remainder. Here were two blackened bodies and there another one, all along the stretch to the top of the 500- yard incline. Near the rim were two, face down In the smouldering ground. They had missed the top and safety by only 20 feet. These two had been stripped of clothing. Their bodies were charred and blackened monstrosities, an evidence of the tremendous heat that the ilames generated as they burned out the mesquit, gr^asewood and sedge in the ^ravine that operated as a chimney. The other bodies were like that, too, except some were worse, with the flesh burned away to the bones. It was obvious; that few, if any, of-the bodies ever would be identified. Dental work seemed to hold the greatest possibility in this re spect. In such shape were the bodies of the victims that the coroner's office decided to make no attempt at identification until much later. This brought hundreds of relatives of the welfare workers to j the outskirts of the park, to the county morgue, and to the hospitals. Many weeping groups remained thru the night, altho officials informed them there was no hope of any news until well after daybreak. Attempts to check the missing were to be made Wednesday. All welfare workers have been onlerd to report, to their various foremen. The homes of those who do not report will be visited then to make sure the men did not return to their residences. It seemed unlikely that there would be any kind of an official death list for several days. An an initial effort to fix responsibility in th': tragedy. Chief of Police James Davis ordered homicide squad detectives to question all "straw bosses" who were on duty in the park. The foreman of the county grand jury declared all other matters on the jury's calendar were to be put aside for an iuvestigatlon of the fire. FRENCH LEARN SWIMMING PARIS, CR>— Under Secretary of State for Education. Hlppolyte Ducos, has opened a national campaign to teach French people to swim. According to estimated sta. tistics, only 40 per cent of French male adults know how to swim, while the percentage of swimmers among Frenchwomen is Insignificant. Ducos' first step is to prohibit the giving of diplomas to physical culture Instructors unless they know how to swim. ex-' Ames, Ocl. 17. A $100,000 diamond reported *to!«n In London, Cnu't fool us. haven't trcn such yV.liiies 111 world Tor Farm News 1 LEGISLATORS DES MOINES OLE)—Iowa's share of meat products to be distributed by the fedoral government for poor relief will be 320,000 pounds of pork. Chairman E. H. 'Mulock of the Iowa emergency committee has announced. The pork will be distributed to the needy from central headquarters to be established in 10 Iowa cities. The food will be allocated the various counties on a basis of the number of relief families on the rolls, he said. Central distributing points will be Siniix City, Mason City, Des Moines, Cedar Rapids, Davenport, Burlington, Storm Lake, Dubuque, Council Bluffs and Charlton. The largest allotment of 200,000 pounds will be distributed at Mason City, Mulock said. Des Moines will receive 60,000 pounds and the remaining cities will receive 30,000 each. Farm Comment By MRS. E. 0. ROBINSON Farmers all over the country, were trying to complete siio filling, last week. Both because of the corn drying up so rapidly, and for fear of promised rains. The Ross farm and Rookwood farm were on the list of silo fillers, as well as Russel Bently and Frank Bentley farms. "Simon says, 'Thumbs u:,' Simon says, 'Thumbs down,' on the hog market. While farmers listen to the radio reports, with bated breath. They used to say, "Whatever is, is right." Now-a-days they say "Whatever is to be. will be. unless we do our best to change it." But this hog bus.'ness surely will straighten out so that it will be at least bearable, and perhaps so that the farmer may have some pay from his grain, or from his labor. Meanwhile the farmer and his family are going right along, harvesting the grain and caring for all the crops, canning and storing all vegetables, for if the farmer does not care for himself, who will do it? • COLORADO SPRINGS, 032) —A fine legal question may arise_over a law passed by the last regular session of the Colorado general as-, sembly prohibiting the sale of a certain little bug used in trout fishing. ' : The legislators thought they were prohibiting the sale of hel- gramites, insects threatened with. extinction, but as a matter of scientific fact, according to Prof. Ralph J. Gilmore, of the department of biology of Colorado college, their statute banned the sale of stone-rollers. "Corydalis cornuta," the scientific t?rm written into the statute, is not known in Colorado and it is the true helgramite, says Professor Gilmpre. What thi lawmakers/ should have protected, had they been up on their zoology, is "Pter- narcy's Californica." Here's the way a professor of biology states the legal issue: "There is no doubt that a worthy effort w«s made on the part of the. state legislature. As to the ques-, tlon of whether the parenthetical description vitiates the law. that is a matter for judicial decision/' Corydalis cornuta was in^jiaren- theses after the word "helgram- itess" In the statute. ' Again many chickens will be canned. They are excellent and do not require any more feed after they are in the cans. Chicken should be as fat ones for the table. Lean ones are tough and stringy, too fat arc not j'ood. Try washing chickens with soda water, instead of soap and water. This cleanses quickly and leaves no bad taste. They should be well bled, bnt if not quite satisfactory, thry may be rinsed in soda water, which helps to remove blood. Fry, as usual, until brown on all sides, hut without rolling In flour. Just salt and pepper. Pack In quart jars and add the fryings Seal as usual for cold pack (just « Corn Husking Begins, Most Of Crop Safe DES MOINES (l?.E>— Corn husking. positive proof that the autumn farm season is advancing, is -now, starting in Iowa and the bulk of th« corn cr,op is safe from frost. September was the third warmest on record, with average temperatures of about 69.3 degrees, more than five degrees above normal, S. E. Decker, assistant federal meteorologist, repo~te<'. Wed. in the regular crop bulletin. Rainfall also was slightly above normal; The average was 4.25 Inches. Corn dried rapidly last week in most sections and virtually all the crop is safe from the killing frost except about 10 per cent ic the extreme southeast. Decker reported. Fall plowing made good progress over the state altho portions of east-central and northeast districts still reported hard ground. Soma winter wh?at has been seeded. loose) f.nrt cook In watrr bath hreo to three and n half hours. Do not pack too tightly. > chicken may be cold packed without prfv- ous cookinx. but will be roorf V.-s i bollnd chicken. Man,; womfn >«fk in Jars( ni«-r uniting Hi*' iiieces, place Jan Iti the pvsn &ad Two Iowa State Belgian Horses Among Winner* WATERLOO— Two of Iowa State college's Belgian horses won places Tuesday in the competion at the National Belgian show which is being held here in connection with the Dairy Cattle congress Delano, a stallioi foal, placed first in his class, and Dictateur do Masnuy was third in the stallion, five years or over, class. gradually bring th? beat tip until they se* fhat. the meat In rookluK, then cook for three hours cr longer. Somr brown flr»(. In any case, do not «m» m-c* liver or gizzard, at* they U«lo. rlb»,

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