Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois on October 3, 1928 · Page 2
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October 3, 1928

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T r Af mi III 4 i l ; ;; 4 *im**mi< £ «e *- -«•(.. >» ijt -* « fc i 1 i I- bf III? «f of ?h* Cmirt of. Rorwr rf !b»> Bifty fVimjts of fW , *1tl |W»«l!l« *f. *.}•»« first, rtrrrt- ofjor s"K»toTi of th» fsij to h» in Stwllns PT» Mondw? rrf nirtp. Ctet, 57, R. W. Bf^wf h*- 1 ? !>«*n *S nrrtinty trrawirpr of p»rilJ3*t!A'n nf nd »,« rur-h will h»M»d thf r«Tnr««!gn which mill li? h^liS this fail for th» contlnriRRr* <rsf t-h* srw,!* irnTk in th» covtnty for another 13 months period. VI eft President George O. Or«n dnn of fhf Blsr.khflwk fjoisrtr.i! wil Rftf>nr? nn apprpcintlon banquet fo tlw voluntwr leacJfrs of the organ i*At1on ^hich •will feftture the an nual mff tins? of th* Binckhawk; »rp at the Nelson hotel In RocWord or< Tuesday, Oct. IS. Scoutmasters, ststant wxr,jtnmst«r«. troop commit* teemrn, mr Tnbrrs of the cou»dl an *xecutlvn boards of the troops Jn Wliiteside cotmt? will also attune I he bmntjiiet »mi annual meeting. Jo-wph Went^rbent of Rorkford is prcsldeni of the Blacfchasrtc coun- ci!. The vice presirtrrsts rrts Ftobert Sterling of Dixon, Ororre O. Grandon of Sterling snd Robert Homer of Rockford. It is expected that more than 250 of th« roluntwr leaders will be present »t the banquet nnd meetlnpj fiom WhltesWe, Ogle nnd Winnebago counties. Walter I*. Klpltngcr of Chicago, in charpe of the Illinois, WlsoonsiiX Indiana and Michigan, will represent the national council at the dinner and will be the principal speaker. The reports at the meeting will r,how that the council has made a gain of 25 percent to membership •during the last .year. The number of eeouts now is 1,368 as compared with 1,060 a year ago. There ore 69 troops. The goal which has been Bet for Jan. 1, 1929, is 75 troops and 1.500 ECOUU. : Of p OWA1 6 * l>lf!|> AS TI1R JJJKJIlTJ/f f>F SMOnK l f '' * H;'" ' '^r-'T^XT ?"«'phh-"i" ! . m*!~!-^'?>«~>»?? flic ''*'"- ' '"** . *-~*"*v ;n fne- Hr**--.--*-» *rpH & tv*-<-*'*> In P'l Ti\r>^ fokinff t?i^ fin*?! •fr-rrfi s fr!><-h(!T'l >*ft'»rot in'ine «n !nnd Uin f,|an*> >v ! POLITICAL TALKS ! ON THE AIR TONIGHT 'Tt» (iff eo pfrrTpHbiy that n oMIs^d to ]».nd in fhnn In former fi!£?W "rnded pbouf In t.h* firld pjv! fh« pHot, r!—f> f 0 fh* fr-Tirf> in. On fhf Rf-ccmd * !and<vj tn shout thf. ram* p1»<s» UU-Jnz n drr- Rullv. R»alirin« his *')'•!• 3-,,. f A n\ Ilf-nry Van I>;k'\ frirmrr mtn-| ;IT to Holland, a! 5^:30 p. m, over'' FIRST MEETING OF COLETA P. T. A. NEXT FRIDAY EVENING Coleta, IB., Oct 3.—(Special.)— The first meeting of the Coleta Parent-Teachers association for the school year will be held at the school rioustf at 8 o'clock Friday evening., It will be a social meeting, being- termed a "Hobo Reunion." AH are asked to wear costume, and a prize will be awarded for the one picked, as the best by the Judges. The eddress of welcome win be given by John Pctera, who was president of the P. T. A. last year. The new president, Mrs. Pred BUck. will preside at the sneetlng. Tn* teachers of the Coleta school are Irene Boughman, grammar grades, and Etheljn Brown, primary. The following program has been arranged: Opening song, "Hail, Hall, the Gang's All Here." Address of welcome. John Peters. Song, "Hallelujah, Dm a Bum," Martin Frankfother. Number by the prtm&ry pupils. Reading, Lucille Weber. Number by the grammar pupils. Closing song. "Til We Meet Agmln." OTTUMWA, IA., GIRL WEDS STIRLING MAN The marriage of Charles P, Reltz. ban of Mr. and Mrs. John L. Kelts of this city, and Miss Bess Hahn daughter of* Mr. and Mra. J l> rank Hahn of Ottunrwa, la., occurred last Saturday morning at 10 o'clock in Ottumwa, Immediate members of both families were present at the wedding, which was tcltowe<J by an elaborate wedding breakfast Mr. and Mra. Relta left later in the day for a two weeks' motor trip, to visit In Kansas City and St. touts, Mo., and Wichita, Kas. After their return they will reside in Cedar Rapids, la., where Mr. Reitz Is employed as an electrician with the Penick and Ford Co. The groom's many friends here Join In wishing the young couple much Joy and happiness together. Among the out of town relatives present at the <ereddin« were Mr and Mrs. Joha L. Kelts of this city" imrents of the groom, also his Ibro* ther. WalterJReltijiad[wife of CMafc -SKpldsniL, incTa sister. Mrs. Ada Reite Crocker of Chicago. "arm- a tlv? pin" in order to miss the fene« Rsftin but ffU]<vf to clear if. Th« plsn* s*rW'h U«» f«?«re Vml plowed its r>o*» Into th» ground m\ the opjKwltr side. I5nt.ii pilot and passenger rendy for the crash.' having themwHe-:. nnd neither WM thrown from She rmichin.p. The plane wm prnetle.'nly nilnrd. The propeller \va.- Kmnrhrd nnd Use plane was crnekert mUHi!j>';, The bottom was bndly dnmnped. H. E Hon.ch. r.aki to have an irs- nnd p. m Mrs/ over MiHwnk uMrif-=. H, Bp.hin «t R: the WOR network. Ja.mi»s W. Wsdsworth. H. Kdmund Mnrhnld. Will Irwin and Mm, Ar- th;ir I.lvfrrrmre at 9:30 p. m. over Vf,17, nnd five en* tern jterest in the ownership of the plane OU> FRTENDS GltrET CURTIS.—Headinfr (he rereptkm eotnni't- ' r - nlf! " wna n $3.090 job. Ho said that greeted Senator Cringes Curtis, republican vice presidential I "''^ wna the second crnAh it had nominee, in Oklahoma the otlirr day, wns Major Gordon W. Lillie < '^cn in recently RS It collided with "Pawnee Bill" Chief Unles-Hls-Son,. iu4, who hns never voted, but v.llli* mail plane in Chicfiso a short mars' llJ^ Hft lint. rnrinhUm ?i *Vi(w *-nn». ni»A «..,« „.« at. __» _ » ftinir^ «r>^ . , , , . mark his ballot republican this year, also was nmnnir those who welcomed the Kansas Senator. The chief is pictured above, Pawnee Bill in the innet. PADLOCK MIGHTIER THAN HAMMER,—Because of padlocks for Kjvior violations, placed on the gri)l room and room a of the old Lincoln lotel at Milwaukee, builders of the new 20-story tower of the Milwaukee .Oas Co. on the hotel's site must leave the two rooms intact until the court order expires. The decree doesn't expire until next Bummer, so tne newtower will be built up around the rooms, which will be torn out , « ^ ^T, e a { row ln the foreground points to the grill room;-the cubs left standing in the rear is room 8. Mrs. E. B. Puterbaugh of Milledgeville was a shopper In Sterling Tuesday. RETURNS FROM VISIT WITH SON IN MONT. Mrs. W. H. Reed of 108 East Eighth street has returned from Billings, Mont., where she had a very pleasant visit the past three weeks with her son, Glenn P. Reed and family. While away Mrs. Reed enjoyed several interesting short trips made by motor with her relatives, to scenic and 1ii» - rv.r points around Billings. One of the trips was to Boot Hill monument, where thirty-five brave heroes of the early days in the west, who died between 1877 and 1832, are burled. It is a very high structure and bailt from various kinds and colors of rocks. The Sterling lady also visited the statue called "A Lon« Range Rider of the Yellowstone presented to Billings by William 8 Hart the movie star. It Is a mas terpiec* of sculpture work and over looks the city of Billings from a high rifflge. Motor To Grayville Mrs, Fred Schick and son, . Talbot, Mrs. A. O. Magee and Clarence Perky motored to Grayville Saturday afternoon, a distance of 358 miles in 12-',i hours. Mrs. Perky, who had been visiting in that city, accompanied them home on Monday morning. Rock Falls W.C.T.U. The Rock Falls W. C. T. U. wll hold their regular monthly meeting at the home of Mrs. Anna Wright on Kane street at 2:30 o'clock Thursday afternoon.Work for the new y«ar will be planned. Mrs Alice Murdock of Lyndon spent Tuesday in Sterling. Mrs, Phillip Gibbons of New York City, N. Y., is visiting with her sister Mrs, William Coats and farn- ty. Illini Tonitel LAST TIME- L, Sat. "The Whip" with MACKAiLLand UAU'H mums SEEK INDICTMENT OF KIDNAPERS TODAY Chicago, Oct. 3—(A.P.) — With sufficient evidence already in their hands to ask the indictment of Andrew Cappcllano and his 17 year old son, Tony, for kidnaping, slate's attorneys yesterday ordered the release of Mrs. CapppHnno from jail ut Herrin, HI. Samuel Hoffman, assistant state's attorney, said tha woman could be set free to be with her ten children «nd still be kept available UK a witness against the abductors of Billy Ranieri. Today the prosecutors will go before the grand Jury to seek nn indictment charging Cappcllano, owner of. the farm where the kidnapers hid Billy for two weeks, and Tony Cappellano, with kidnaping for ransom. Tony's sister. Anna, aged 13, meanwhile is held In 'the juvenile home as a valuable state's witness until the men charged with the extortion conspiracy are brought to trial. .--Armed with a new confession obtained from the Italian farmer- bootlegger, detectives endeavored to round up the last two accused members of the kidnapers' bnnd. KILLED HIS mVOKCED WIFE, DAUGHTER, SELF time ngo. COMMANDER BYRB TO SAIL SATURDAY Bor-ton, Oct. 3— (A.P.)— Cornman- drr Richard E. Byrd was on his-way west today on the first leg of his journey to the leccgvcrcd wastes of the Antarctic regions. On Batnrdny he will sail from Kan Pedro. Calif., on the Whaler Larseri for New Zealand where four ships of his expedition will mcel nnd proceed south. If all goes well he said, he will be back in July 1930. Accompanied by his wife, Commander Byrd left Boston. A crowd gathered at the station to bid him goodbye. Just before he left his home for the station. Byrd said good-bye to his small son. Dickie and his three smaller daughters. FOURTEEN M:NS WERE ARRKSTED IN MKXICO Mexico City, Oct. 3.— (U.P.)-- Fourteen nuns ha\-e hern arrrstcd at I>i]orrs Hldnluo. stntc of Guanajuato. ndvlccs reaching here Bald. The nuns were sent to the capital for dtr-ponltlon by provisional president- elect Emlllo Portca Oil, in his capacity us minister of the interior. Ciovernor Augustin Arroyo informed authorities here thnt the nuns. In ntldltion to conducting a (school eent anns to rebels nnd otherwise nltted thrrn. hriflr MARINES ANI> REBELS IN SOME SKIRMISHES Managua, Nicaragua, Oct. 3.— (U.P.)— Engagements between United States marines and Nicarnguan rebels have increased within the last few days but none of the encounters has interfered with registration for presidential election. The presidential registrations are continuing with a heavy turnout Sunday was the third registration day and it was estimated that 70 000 voters registered. EN ROUTE TO THE SOUTH TOI-E — Here is Commander Richard E. Byrd's flagship, "The City ol New York," as It appeared when passing through the Gutun Locks of the Panama Cnnnl, en route to the South Pole, via New Zealand. The ship left New York several weeks ago, loaded down with supplies for two years in the frozen Antarctic, THOUSANDS OF CATTLE DROWNED IN BELGIUM Nleuport, Belgium, Oct. 3,—(U.P.) —Thousands of cattle havo been drowned in the Hood that came after bursting of the Yser dykes and farmers estimate their damage at 5 million pounds sterling, (about $25,000,000). FORMER CONGRESSMAN IS REEKING A NEW TRIAL One of the best crops in years was destroyed by the avalanche of water, it was said. Thus far there ha%-e been no reports of loss of life. PLEA FOE TOLERANCE MADE TO CHURCHMEN Bristol, Conn., Oct. 3.—(U.P.)— After shooting to death his divorced wife and five year old daughter, Howard Andrews, 41, of Bristol, committed buiclde; ' Peorla, 111., Oct. 3— (A-P.) — A plea for tolerance in religious be- leiefs was voiced last night by Perry J. Rice, western representative of the Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America, speaking at the Illinois convention of the rfia- ciples of Christ. All churches must recognize beliefs and Christian character of other churches if religion and the church ore to advance, he declared. The Rev. Jesse M. Bader^ secretary in charge of the department of evangelism of the United Christian Missionary Society, apoke on the compulsions of evangelism. A day of addresses and business sessions faced the delegates today. INDIAN~WOMAN~GAVE BIRTH TO FIVE SONS Free broadcasting is not practiced In Germany as it is in the United States; every owner of a receiving set must pay a monthly fee of 50 cents. Mexico City, Oct 3.—(TJ1».)—An Indian woman, Maria De Loa Remedios Aparicio Soreque gave birth to five sons on Sept. 16.—Mexico's Independence Day—a dispatch to La Presna from Maravotio said. The woman's husband is Marcelino Soreque, a fanner. The couple have been married a year. on Uncalled For Suits $14.75 Forty-five suits to pick from. This for ten days only. M. Manfield West Third St., Sterling BAKED MACABONL A nourishing luncheon dish for the children is macaroni, baked with alternating layers of chopped peanuts. A thin white sauce ahould be poured over a»d_.the top dotted with butter. I.AST CHICKEN DSNNEK Thursday, Oct 4th COTTONWOOD HALL 4!s Milts West of Morrison. Steiner, Pearson 4s Centenarians arc common In South Africa, and unless persons are considerably owr a hundred their age Is not regarded as extraordinary. Chicago, Oct. 3.—(A.P.)—Charles S. Wharton. former congressman, .convicted 5n federal court of participation in the $133.000 Evergreen park mall robbery of last •winter, appeared "before Federal Judge James H. Wilkerson, with a motion for B new trial. If the new trial i« denied Whnr- ton faces a possible sentence of two years in federal prison and a possible $10,000 fine. Wharton was accused of turning his home over to the robbers to divide their loot in return tor which h« was given $4.000. |VSI MAMIES' ( JAMES HAUL Also i Jack Duffy IN ', "Love's Young Scream" \ and Paramount New® } Do not trust your fur garments to inexperienced hands. We have remodeled, repaired and cleaned furs in Sterling for the past 10 years and stand back of every job. Phone us or bring in your furs. TELEPHONE 215 Farnhajn Cleaners — Tailors—Furriers Ezt. Since 1919 $ W. Fourth St. Can Get One A Delkiow Chicken Special Sandwich at the Sinnissippi Barbecue 'Also Other barbecued mea,t$ everyone likes* Sinnissippi Barbecue Does Your Pulse Redd Fahrenheit or Centigrade? Are You Frozen Up? If So I Put a little heat In your capillaries with one " of our hot drinks— CHOCOLATE COCOA LEMONADES MALTED MILKS They'll thaw out an Eskimo. T. C. Lazio & Sons ONE WEEK MORE of our Sixth Anniversary Specials Permanent Waving Your choice of the following, any two, $1 : Marcelle, Manicure, Shampoo, Facial, Water WnYfv Ho t. .OIL Treatment, Eyebrow Arch, Henna Rinse, Hair Cut. Lieemed Annabelle Blum, Mrs. Dorothy Wetael Kamsay, Edna Terrock. Mr, R. M.Blum Annabelle Beauty Parhr Lmmt St. The Boys' Store i Children's Coats *( Not just ordinary Coats, but Coats that are the result of $ lot of thought That means a world of style, fine woolens, likable patterns at prices that are inviting. See these «mart ^e«te4» bl«e-a«d 4tm ejtlfiehlllas and other rich patterns* All with Hats, Berets, Apache Caps to match. COATS 8.50 9.5010.50 l/EAOWKAR 1.50 2.00 2.50

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