Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois on October 5, 1928 · Page 16
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s. < ft ; ;sTM?jp«;|ifi; '* ' : '' " > l -f! r-s >, J ?%!jbltr f'!^r»!*,n • i i ..."X IV I™ n^Tyr-i r, ? ll??**,!*« 4 Coiintr™ clnh Rt>H o'clock f.o invitation for t>w sz^'f mstr.h in sftF-rixKitt pnd p^vrrnl rvlher Is »r»d rnf-n joined (hr p^riy for Sn ttw pvfnlns;. TtiP isdif^ nnrl m?r\ to play in two bail fo psir**! gCicnrd'inR lo f Iwir llFted hsri- dlcsps. Th? pairs wrre Uirn divided into t*»!»m<! of }?<»ds nnr! Bht^.e, tbr farmer winning the match, 5>53 to PZS. An f-xcsfptionally RootJ ?;rore iurnr-d in by Mr<*. C. L. Bffckrr nnd W. F, Brmoii. they having ft 43 and n 44. for n pros* of 87. Othrr pairings v. ho h^d FfoTf; b»>low 100 arr: Mrs. H. E. Oppold nnd Carl Blcy. 91; Mrs. Gfcrgr WlJhrrn nnd Lyle Wll- * to think fl>" *?.' ft " ?T* '>T£ f i'1 H H \ * h- 1 ' 1 - ^-r-^ndin' - r o - m jJrrjifr in rtrbt. •' •» p i J Coii.pl* 5 of *<«rin(t rh irst ywir of «.s«i?ft tt>»> sr TROOP 90 SCOUTS PLAN ANOTHER BIKE HIKE FOR SATURDAY RECEPTION GIVEN PASTOR RETURNED TO E. JORDAN CHURCH trol Lradrr of "TracklnR" thf And R. E. Johnston. W5; Mrs. Lyle Wilcox and Wilbern, 98. rox, P2; Mrr-. O. L. Sullivan find S. ipludird nnd prnctl^d. with obscrva- ~ "" ' "" Miss Lilft Btevrns Jtion tests and a trarkinj? pantomime taking up most of the rvrnl?-.(;. After thpw the troop went outside of the church and several constellations of fctars were pointed out by Scoutmaster Walter Orrbnrr. Study of the stars is n valuable and fascinating part of the scout program. Tleturnini? to the scout room, the story of "Wcsty Martin in the Yellowstone" was continued and the troop also learned two new songs. At the conclusion of the meeting, (Scribe? Besse announced that the Panther patrol had won the honors Following thr golf match, dinnrr wan served nt the club house. A to the uuests of honor was to the ladirs by the monthly chairman of the men's sports committee, who expressed the hoj>e that the mixed fourrames would become nn annual affair. Miss Lib Stevens responded lor the women, expressing their thanks and appreciation for a delightful clay. Searching For Truck That Wrecked Oarage Sergeant Buck Kempster nnd his men wtre making the rounds of garages In the various towns in this vicinity this morning looking for a truck. About 3 o'clock this morning the driver of a westbound truck on the Lincoln highway failed to make the turn at Ashton and drove *.nto the side of the garage at the casi end of •Jrhloli. The garage was wrecked and it will cost consid* erable to make the necessary repairs. Following the crash the driver of the truck backed his machine out from the wreckage and got away before anyone could apprehend him. Troop !>0. Boy ScouK held fin in- One hundred nnd fifty of the frrestins? m?f?!ns> at the troop henrt- ; members of the Enst Jordan church in St. John's church Tu^s- : (?ntliered nt the church Wednesday tiny evening. Junior Astistnnt irvrnlng In a welcoming reception to BfoutnwVifr Robert Smith wns offi- j their pastor. Rev. G. L. MrClnna- i.rr of the evening nnd Senior Pa- jthnn, who bar, been returned to the Wayne Frit?, was in! Fast Jordan church where he has [served for two years with successful effort and fruitful increase. Prayer wns offered by Alex. Anderson, superintendent of the Sunday school. A refreshing pro- Emm cf musical numbers and readings was rendered by local nnd visiting friends of the church nnd following the program a special hour wns enjoyed in the dining rooms where n splendid collation wns served by the. ladies. Visitors were present from the surrounding United Brethren churches. Rev. W. A. Albert of Elkhorn spoke of his association with llev. McClnnathan in the seminary dnys, Rev, Harvey M. Klinjfcr of of the evening and the canoe In the ! the Sterling United Brethren church inter-patrol "canoe race" was push- addressed the meeting on the va- CAS DAMAGED BUT OCCUPANTS UNHURT Yesterday afternoon a car driven by Mrs. Paul Bogh of 511 Avenue L was damaged and the life of the driver and several children in the car were endangered. Mrs. Bogh pulled her car to the side of the road at West Fourth street nnd Avenue J in order to avoid a collision with a taxi, driven by William Gaffey. Both front wheels of the car were broken and the front end of the car damaged, injured. Fortunately no one was H. P. Elmendorf Funeral Funeral services for H. P. Elmendorf will be held at the family home routhwest of Rock Falls Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock, in charge of R«v. Mr. Webb of Benton. 111. In- tennent will be in Rivcrride a-me* tery, Sterling. ed forward so that it <iow has a "two yard" lead of Mie other patrol canoes. , • The troop Voted to take another bike hijec on Saturday morning. Jack G'oshcrt. has been appointed httce master o'f the troop and on Saturday that boys will try their hands at making "Kabob." LITTLE LOCALS Telephone No. *2--Two trunk Unes. Bake sale, Oct. 6, at Landis Bros.' store, St. Paul's Lutheran church.— adv. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Luuff of Tampico were visitors in this city Thursday. American Legion Auxiliary bake sale at Stoddard's Saturday.—adv. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Smith of Spring Valley were business visitors in this city Thursday. They expect to purchase a house and make their future home in this city. Annual chicken pie supper and bazaar. Rock Falls Congregational church, Saturday, Oct. 6, 5 to 7.— adv. Dr. F. M. LaDue of Prophetetown and Dr. J. LaDue of Ottawa were visitors In Sterling on Thursday. American Legion Auxiliary bake sale at Stoddard's Saturday.—adv. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Weaver of 304 Eleventh avenue have returned from .a trip to Marshalltown and Conrad, Iowa, where they visited relatives. While on their trio they also attended the cattle congress at Waterloo. Iowa. They report having a fine trip. Here we are, just what you want. Sim's delicious doughnuts. Phone" your order to 1258-J not later than 10 a. m. Wednesdays and Saturdays. —adv. Mr. and Mrs. Jule Schutt of Rock Fined For Speeding Lester Oltman of this city was arrested east of Dixon yesterday by;Falls have returned from Canada, State Motorcycle Policeman Hal; where they spent the past several Roberts. He was charged with! weeks following their marriage. s>ix?eding and Police Magistrate A. | Here we are, just what you want. E. Simoruvon of Dixon assessed the I Sim's delicious doughnuts. Phone sum of $1840 ns a fine and costs, jyour order to 1258-J not later than 10 a. m. Wednesdays and Saturdays. —adv. Willis Burr motored to Chicago Miss Addle Light Globes Broken i Three globes on the boulevard | ^L^r^^ 1 ,^ ^o' n a s "bvr n vrr™ ™; ^ visit, accompanied him home to Chicago, Mrs. Ralph Glassburn of Tampico was a visitor in this city yesterday. Local Weather J-iiin Avrnufs in Rock Fallr; have been broken. The ixilice department bfhe\i-d that the globes were broken by boys with . v .!mg shots. If. the identity of the boys is Icurned th'.'y...wil.l te wxi'rt'ly dealt with. Fined For Peddling G : .W : Hall wns fined $3 and costs Thursday by Justice of the Peace -J."-&*»l4iineHck- in-Rock- Falls,- for peddling without a city license. Hall lefu-wd to pay the costs and was put in '.he city jail to board it iut. In Charge Of New Store Paul Shuw of thi.s city takes cliarge of the ntw "Bear Cat" fctore uhich tipt-ns in Clinton tomorrow. The new store is located on a". C.'llie. sixth lues to be found in a related church community, and Rev. Bllmline of the Coleta U. B. church very happily felicitated the pastor and the congregation on their prospective year together. MORRISON HIGH BAND TO PLAY AT TEACHERS' MEET Morrison, 111., Oct. 5.—(Special). —High school band rehearsals are going forward dally in preparation for appearance of the Morrison high school band at the meeting of the BlarJc Hawk division of the Illinois State Teachers at the Fort Armstrong theater in Uock Island on October 12. The local lads are one of two musical organizations engaged for the day, and according to the programs which have just been printed and are now being mailed to Interested parties, are slated for six selections at the morning session. The Troubadors, another well known organization, will play at the afternoon session opening at 1:30 o'clock. It is expected that there will be between two and three thousand teachers present from the counties of Whiteside, Mercer; Rock Island and Henry. It is due to the site of the association that the new Rock River division of teachers has been arranged for to better take i wrltl'risr snnfr?rpsry on Thwart 5 .v, OH,. 4. Thpy Mv*> the best flrjsh'-- of manv friends in both Rt»rHn(? and Rock Tnll", nnd thrtrujuhoDt the COTJH - tryside for many railw. Th«» jtoWcn wedding €pl<>bn»U<-,n took plar? Its ProphftRlown win- re o daughters of Mr, and Mrr. Barker rrmke tb«?ir homes. In the morning the truest.?! •were r«wlved pi hf home of Mr. find Mrs, Roy Clark and ftt 1 o'clock a two rours-e dinner was served io 62 rftativeft and close friends at the home of the other daughter and her husband, Mr. and Mm. OCOTRR Aylcsworth. 'Hie Ayhwworth home WAS beautifully decorated with Rolden mart- golds nnd the tables bore e«t the sioldpn color scheme with pretty nut cup<!, favors. Ice cream, cake snd other features, nil In f?o!d and white. TJ'.e center piece of the bnde's table was a large angel food cake in gold and while, surmounted by a miniature bride and groom. A great many greetings, letters and cards were received Jn addition to congratulations and best wishes extended in person by the guests at the reception and dinner. Among many other gifts received by the bride and groom ofv50 years ago was a purse of gold. Guests were present from Sterling, Rocfc Falls, Princeton, Walnut, New Bedford, Manlius, Erie. Lyndon, Morrison, Hoopeston and Normandy. Mr. and Mrs. Backer were married in Walnut and have lived most of their married life in this vicinity. Mr. Backer being; a well known fanner for many years, retiring some time ago and moving to Sterling. For the past four years the family home has been in Rock Falls. Of the eight children born to them, six are now living, all of whom were present at the golden wedding celebration. They are Mrs. Clark and Mrs. Aylesworth, of Prophetstown, Mrs. Harold Allen of Rock Falls, George Backer of Hoopestoan. William Backer of Morrison and Edward Backer of Erie. Mr. and Mrs. Backer are members and regular attentants of the Rock Falls Lutheran church and they have made many friends during their residence in this city who unite in the general wish for their continued health and happiness. 4-141 fipr MI p — I fjUtf ( rll'li if * f I si >ifi * i j •' *«- :bf.niT?g Fir p -« Sbpfl Auril ^» •• lls^s ffp|-«Sfl To I1.0T?ap —flairp goni^ CI'OGfl^ You may buy A car for » «n.g, but somebody has to furnish the I notes. The Defaulting Treasurer Is Ready To Squeal On Some Other People, He Bays Assaulted By Patron For Whipping Children, The Teacher Shofc Him I Benton, 111.. Oct. 5 — (AP.) — j Floyd E. Watson, 29, former candidate on the democratic ticket lor j state representative from the flf- carc of those attending the meet-j U eth district is in Jail here this mgs. A meeting to further the new division is to be held at Dixon Saturday, County Superintendent H. B. Price and Superintendent Weaver of the Morrison schools _I>Jan.niJUE....tO.. attehd. Mr. Weaver is a member of the executive committee of the Blackhawk division, his term not expiring until 1929. JACKSON HOSE Cp. HOLDS MEETING Morrison, 111.. Oct. 5.—(Special). —The regular meeting of the members of the Jackson Hose Co. was held in its rooms Wednesday evening, mostly routine business occupying the attention of those present. However, the formal resignation of Lloyd J. Knox. due to his morning, charged with the shooting of Charlie Richardson. A bullet pierced his back and abdomen. Watson said this morning that the trouble arose-over a whipping-he, had adminlsk :cd to three of the four Richardson children who were attending his school. Ha claims that the father of the children met him on the road near the school and started to beat him, and that after he had been knocked down three times, he pulled his j gun and fired at his assailant. Richardson was in Benton late yesterday afternoon and sought to obtain warrants for Watson's arrest charging that the teacher was carrying, a gun in school. Watson admitted that a few days ago he whipped every girl in school At 1 o'clock this afternoon !t was 72 and was bright and clear. At 6:30 o'clock this morning, it was__61_and was clear. Last evening a heavy wind, electrical and rain storm passed over this community. The lightning was quite sharp and the wind was traveling at a rapid rate. The ram came down in torrents and a little over an inch of rain fell. No damage has been reported in the immediate vicinity. Finger Caught In Cogs in order to punish the ones respon- removal to Crystal Lake, 111., was! sible for breaking one of his rule*. read and accepted. Harold "Abe" Howe has been acting as chief since Mr. Knox'.s removal and as there was no action taken toward electing a new chief, he will continue in that capacity. BUY NEW TABLES Oil Station Nearly Done The oil itatson. l>t-:r.g coi:.stri;ct- eci by Alcieiniuri frtd Hendt-ison of Hock Falli at the corner of Kiev-- t-iith a\enue and Weal filth, i:> r.ear- :nij coalpit-lion. Fire Prevention Week The Rock FijlU- Iirt: department is preparing to t-uL-perat« in state lire prevention week. October 7th to 13th. WCEK-KND Nougati, Strawberry and a Special. 35*c Jb. Ma.de iresh, good. The Chocolate Shop, 108 E. Third Si-—adv. A t OKJSfcCHON in CHU i&&( evciiLau's local item, fur truiuued • cuato wei't: priced at »4.76 This pri£c should Uave btcii $54.7-j. Your lUApasctiou is iuvitoi. GsJt Fftshiou Blwp. & W. Fourth St. —adv. - wioii~8iuauF f AFEK.' " 13 to 10 yards, M tnches witic, itej 'I'm D&My OaxetU:.—-Hdy. Morrison, 111., Oct. 5.— (Special)— Several new tables were ordered yes- terduy morning from the Columbia School Equipment Co. of this city to take care of the new typewriters which were required by the commercial department of the Morrison high school. The class in this line of work is the largest ever enrolled, consisting of 69 members. The new Morrison. 111., Oct. 5.— (Special)— j typewriters have already arrived, While operating a corn picker at his an d the tables will be delivered home about lour miles northwest J within a very short time. of Morrison Thursday forenoon, I Wurd Gridley was unfortunate enough to have the end of the ring | finger on ins left hand caught in the cogs of the machine, tearing away the nail nnd splitting the end Change Hours of Service Morrison, 111., Oct. 5.— (Special)—• By resolution of the congregation of St. Peter's Lutheran church, the hours of service on the first Sunday will be to amputate it. open and otherwise lacerating it. AI O f the month are changed. The local phyauan gave the member German service will begin at '0 attention, and does not believe it o'clock, ut wluch time Rev. Theo Dierks will speak on "What Think Ye of Christ?" At 10:45 the Eng- liiii service begins with' the pastor's theme. "Despising the Law of Qod." Both services are ba&ed on Matt. 22: Woman Hurt in Crash Morriion. 111., Oct. 5.— -Special) IV o Furd cars, said to have t*«n owned by parties named Bchroeder 134-16. There will be no evening and Ltmdo. came together Thursday • sen-ices. In the afternoon st 2:30 aileni&oTf about 1 o'clock 'at the Goodviiough corner, both being A lady passeuger iu the the regular Quarterly meeting voting members takes place. «chooj .teachers will UMftt car &aid u. hate been owned by Mr. Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Londo leceived osmor cuts. j • ' ; Judgment For $1,054 Plate Glass Broken ! Moiiifton, in,, Oct. §.—(Special)— Mori-iion. ill., Oct. 5.—(Special*--1 In the case of the DeKiUb Tt« ami the lii^h wind of Tt3ur&d»y;Lumber 'Co'."~a){iiUuti''~t'to Sterling oue ui ijit tali sew Jioi'&ca. 1 Btool slid Step Ladder Co.. the dt- tccu ua-cd ui cuturtruction ! !cadw,al wiut called aud defaulted tiie f root ol the new • a»d judgroetit enured in favor d tiicaue, w«s btowu over, aiMi {the plaiatiff for *10S4JS and cc^ts. struck, the «a&i wuwlaw iu, EiiuM Jjiimia was &lso gr&utad & cU- uhiciti work ut iht- Schutt pool , toeakiiag tht' vore* trota, Bobert F, Dtiiuis, Court to "" ROOSEVELT WAS NOT DRAGOONED INTO CAMPAIGN New York. Oct. 5—(A.P.)—In a statement te^phnTt^d Iroin Warm Springs, Ga., to the democratic national headquarters, Mr. Roosevelt said: 'T am amazed to hear that efforts are being made to make it appear that I have been 'sacrificed by Governor Smith to further Ms own election' and that my personal friends should vote against me to prevent such sacrifice. "Let me set this matter straight at once. I was not dragooned into running by the governor. On the contrary he fully appreciated the reasons for my reluctance and was willing to give up such advantage as he felt my candidacy might bring him, in deference to my wishes. * I was drafted because al of the party leaders when they assembled insisted that my often expressed belief in the policies of Governor Smith made my nomination the beet assurance to the voters that ttte«e policies would be continued, x % SE I trust this statement will eliminate this particular bit of non^eii&e from the campaign from the very -be" * Atlanta. Os., Oct. 5 — (A.P.) — Clinton 8. Canws, defaulting treasurer of the Southern Baptist Convention Home Mission Board, wan brought back to Atlanta today to face charges of having embezzled approximately $1,000,000 of the board's funds. A throng of curious persons crowded the union station and watched from points of vantage on. nearby viaduct cs Games handcuffed to an officer who accompanied him from Winnipeg, Manitoba, was taken from the train. The crowd was so great that there was delay Sn taking Carnes off the train. With his face lowered and a grey felt hat pulled well down over his eyes, Carnes sought to shield himself from photographers as he entered the jail. Another crowd t^as on hand here but like the one at the station it was orderly and there was no demonstration. Carnes would make no statement on his arrival. Carnes was quoted by & staff correspondent of The Atlanta Journal, travelling with him, as having said, "I'm not alone in this mess by a. whole lot," and as adding he would "open the eyes of a lot of people" as soon as he could talk in the presence of his attorney. Carnes sat up all last night and played poker, asking members of hie party: "What do you reckon the Baptists would say if they saw theSr treasurer playing poker?" INTERESTING TALK ON MAKING OF BONE CHINA, ITS QUALITY Morrison. 111.. Oct. 5.—(Special)— It was a most interesting meeting held Thursday at the municipal building in Morrison when the Woman's League and the Whlteside County Federation of Woman's clubs had an attendance of about 60 in the morning and nearly double that number in the afternoon.— The forenoon session was given over to routine business, with a demonstration Just before the noon hour by the Household Science Club of tills city. The program as published in this paper earlier in the week was followed with the exception that the community singing, which was to have been held upon reconvening after the serving of the picnic lunch at 12:30 o'clock^ was dispeased-witn owing to the absence of Mrs. E. A. Smith, who was to nave led St. Mrs. Smith is in New York City at present It is regrettable that more were not present in the afternoon to hear the splendid address upon "Quality in Bone China." Through the courtesy of the C. D. Peacock Co. of Chicago, Abraham Mendenhall handled this topic before the meeting in such an interesting pleasing wey that one lady, who heard him, was able to describe; it in no better a way. than to apeak of it as a beau- tlfuJ"song~or poem. Mr. Mendenhall carried his audience with him through the various steps of manufacture, telling the various ingredients of the clay, and showing various stages in the work until the completed, decorated plate was the result. He hud various samples with him, unglazed, glased, etc., some of the finished product being valued at *J200 the doseil The next meeting in scheduled for May when officers will be elected. Where this will be held is not known at present, as some club of the county will later exteuu an invitation to liave the organisations «u their guests. M irr!«sor>. I!!.. Or?. ,* fBp?rlM>-- f^-v* 1 Vyrvij^R f*r?'f? wrKxIi*?!* 1 ^ 0*1 U,?** *inn of Barry PniK sbotit thrrr nnd s hslf m!!f; jtruithT^t of MorrHors. •"-rf £rm«?!.iiTi«d[ by fir? or.ifwp.Uns ffnrn Usthtninst ^hlrh struck U;« vvy!«jhffd during t.h? ^Irrtrir^! storm of T$mr«Say flight. Tb« Morrison pumper and a. cifw of ten mm went out Sn smswr to the rnlS, vhtffh cam in In a few minutes before eight, o'clock, p.nd St. tpat about 9:4fl before t.n*y Wf:f!» tack In the station. It tfa? R terrific n'ght to such » call, but the men rsevr-r tnt«l R moment on that. Recount. Their call was to duty and they responded and did the very best that possible. srrmlter of thf IniiklSng* wlwre the lightning stnick was filled with wood nnd the blaw? had gained con- sidsrnble hradway. Thp pumpsr was put to work on the wH). water pumped Into the tank find a bucket brigade formed. Neighbors answered the appeal for help, and for a time It swmed as though the fire demon might be conquered, when the wind suddenly changed, nnd in spite of the heavy drlugc of rain which jiccompanlMl the change, making it all the more unpleasant for the fire fighters, the flames were blown toward the hous® and fanned Into a blase which became more and more destructive. Some of the furnishings of the downstairs were RRT«d, but not much of the effects upstairs could be saved. Whether or not the unfortunate family will be partially protected by insurance could not be learned last evening. Quite R few from Morrison went to the farm learning that help wns called. The members of the regular hose company who went were: C. C. Fletcher, Ward Moulton, Prank West, Harold Howe, Joe Wilson. Will Getty. Howard King, Glen Shambaugh, John Diehl and Blrney Ritchie. Building New House Morrison, III, Oct. 5.—(Special)— A new farm home of the two story type and about 28x30 in size is being erected on the farm of the Horning Bros., which is rented by Fred Weslendorf. Rapid progress is being made in its construction, and it will probably be ready for occupancy in a month or BO. An addition is also being made to the house occupied by John Peterson, and which Is owned by Will Rosenow. "**h»t bun In." "Sh-h. r1e«r. ' "Oh, h rlcm'f, I'm h*r H« Jd^ lightly. "T. do think, ttwwgh. you might h««» told me. What tfo yoa know Bbont. that. Tad? Haft's Sffe. strlkinjt out for frwf!om~sn«f ,%H I know p.bout It fs (wmrthlng I hwird »t th« club. Anybody'd think I was a rank outsider." Tftd scowlr-tl darkly "The who!" thing's a mistake. Sib ought to h»ve let well enough alone. There"!! h*» R lot of scandal now. Tills modern mania for washing soiled linen in public gets my everlasting go«t. What does Sib want a divorce for anyhow?" Craig laughed. "Don't, auk m*. I don't know anything about H!" "Oh, please— PLEASE!" Sybil threw out her hands b*- Antt fi^T fofcj* from !.h» foftt of th* irt*5r«, eommmn^'d him p^t-u- lantlv: "Oh, ?fp*p «ti!l! COIR!" th<? libtsrv, to But «h*n h^ r**rhed she ws-s nowherp «.hout "8fW.l hs.s one of her VBlerip. "She's Jit* !f» with w»,nt (tn»««, vowing th*t he hud be«»n made a fool of Font wno^h; How ccuM he know that Sybil, in her room, tears rtln- Ing down hw ch«?fc». WRS praying '" ' * "Oh. Ood, glv-ft him sense! Make him know that I lore him." It was months before they . In November the caw was eal)«d. Two days before that Mr. Pttw-fcn *?nt for Sybil, to Import final in-. structions. ; (To Be ConUnnrd) "Tad. DONT makes any more speeches. If you and mother don't stop nagging me, I'll go j (All Is ready for the opening ot i the sensational divorce case. Society p.sgeriy awaits developments: — and the papers Ret. the story—all; Sn the next chapter.) Rumanian Legation Very Emphatically Denies Intention To Elope Collar Bone Broken Morrison, 111., Oct. 5.—(Special)— The second football player of the season to be eliminated from the Morrison high school team is "Bob" Tracy, who in a scrimmage practice Wednesday night after school had his collar bone broken. OUTSIDERS ARE BLAMED FOR THE DRUGGING CASE ROOSEVELT STUMPS FOR HERBERT HOOVER Mr. Roosevelt lost the use of jbig lipihs frritt) i?n pMack at Ja= lauulss pajreJysis in 1931 and li*d been greatly helped by the w«na waters of the springs in Georgia where he lias establiihed a camp for partially dibbled by tlie dl- Somerset, Ky., Oct. 6 — (AP.) — Colouel Theodore Roosevelt arrived here today, from Hmrrimao, Tenn., where he told an audience iast night that Hoover's election will bring »e- (lief to the Auwicw fanner. In his Hjuriuiari address the speaker admitted Umt both major political partea had teiujwiaed wUb the (arm problem, adding, however, that «*rly tictloa will follow eft this issue AS well as the Muscle Bhimis question in event of election of tli* 8J8JB JQMN M, STAG®» Alteraef At Law AND err* 1,041*9 . Sterling s*uik tn at reeul Birmingham, Ala., Oct. 8—(A.P.) —Dr. John C. Dawson, president of Howard College, investigating the reported drugging of A, B. Jefferyf^* student, in connection with the annual fraternity "rush," today declared Indications point to "outsiders" and not college students as responsible for the Jeffery affair. He expressed laelief-that arrests-would follow within 48 hours. Dr. Dawson pointed to the statement of Jelfery that he became semi-conscious after taking a soft drink with two strangers. Jeffery's statement to the college head added that he met two Howard college students later, while still suffering from the effect of the drug, and was escorted to the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity noose- for - a banquet, _at which time he waa pledged. Jeffery returned the fraternity pledge button early this week, thej breaking of the pledge and the re-' ported drugging coming simultaneous caused widespread interest in college circles here. Paris, Oct. 5— (A.P.)— Although it was denied at the Itumanian legation that he had been summoned home because of a love affair, Prince Nicholas of Rumania, was on hla way to Bucharest today accompaa led by a Rumanian diplomat. His visit to Paris with a companion started rumors that he Intended to follow the cours* of hia brother, former Crown Prince Carol,' even If it cost him his title. At the Rumanian legation the visit of Nicholas was represented as being nothing out of the ordinary for a young man of twenty-five and it was stated that he was going home because that visit had ended. The legation insisted that the adventure involved no such scandal as was likely to bring upon Nicholas the fate of Carol, whose affairs of the heart caused his banishment from Rumania and the loss of his right to the throne. The published report that, Nicholas had eloped with an aristocratic Rumanian waa energentically described by the legation as false although it was not denied that Nicholas, bad been In Paris with a woman. TOOMBS ADMITS HE SUSPECTED FUND SHORTAGE WEALTHY PORTRAIT PAINTER MARRIED New York, Oct. 6—(A>.) — Ben All Haggin. wealthy portrait artist who jreeently was divorced from Ws secoMTwileTTias marrlecTM&s Mary Corday, of Florence, Italy, and New York, whom he has known since she was a child. She is 20 years old. The marriage which Mr. Maggin would only say had occurred Saturday in a little Connecticut town became known on the return of the couple to this city from a short honeymoon. Mr. Haggin said hia marriage developed from a romance begun three years ago when he met Miss Corday again at a reception in Venice and later painted her portrait. Miss Corday returned to this country six weeks ago from Florence where she attended school. SLAYER OF MINER 13 GIVEN 14 YES, IN PEN Benton, 111.. Oct." 8.— (Wj?.>— A murder which resulted from a disrupted "save-the-unlon" meeting %t West Frankfort last March resulted yesterday in Beaurefard Baker, the accused, being sentenced to H years ia the penitentiary- Baker admitted aiasoting Lee Wall "~-" " uict mine heaa^unrters in &n ««at on the $wni«« of March 11 pteatied self defense. 'Its* sse«ting which preceded ti was (Usperadi by sherUf's VAN.SANT.& BESSE AT LAW Ill Bidtf, 609. 4, S, Chicago, Oct. 5—(U.P.)—Search for Dr. E. P. Morgenstieni, Intimate business ~«a$oclat*rand "flhanclal ad - viser of Roy C. Toombs, head of the International Ufe Insurance Company, continued today, Morgenotiern ia wanted by St. Louis authorities on a charge of larceny in connection with the operation of the insurance company. Announcement that the warrant had been issued was made during testimony given by Toombs, before JBeferetL in^ JBankrnptcy.^Qiirfie]t| Charles. Toombs was recalled to the witness stand by Louia Cohen, counsel for the receiver of the Toombs and Dally brokerage concern, after O. R. Daily, treasurer, had admitted preparing false financial statements exaggerating the as&eU of the com pany by millions of dollars. Toomba admitted that he "suspected" as lar back as June. 1837, that his brokerage bouee was Insolvent.. This suspicion was strengthened, he said, in August, 1937 when he requested but did not receive from Daily certain securities ~of~lhe company. Wife Kefuaed To Flop Cakes For Poker Chips Chicago, Oct. 5—<AJ».)~if Msrkls persists In his peculiar practice of using pancakes for poker chips, he must depend upon someone else besides Mm Sarah M&rJds to fry them. Mrs. Sarah Mitrkia until yesterday was Mrs. George Markla. Judge Oemmill changed that by granting her a divorce. Her contention was that she should not be obliged to remain wedded to a husband who in skted she fry pancakes to be used a collateral in a poker game. She had no objection, she said to flopping flapjacks on a hot griddle at 3 o'clock in the morning for the sustenance of Harkis' card-playing guests; but when those same flap- Jacks w«re used to "sweeten" Jackpots and otherwM» to serve to Ueu ol chips, she held it to be cruel aud inhuman First Mortgage 'O- Suspended Captain of Detectives Deposited In One Year $55,620.89 Philadelphia, Oct. 5— (A.P.) — A; bootlegger's account book the fifth of its kind to come into the hands[ of District Attorney Monaghan since the start of the current grand jury Investigation of liquor, vice and po* lice, was under examination by thS investigators today. * Information gathered from the other account books waa responsible for the arrest of a district police commander and 24 patrolmen ana detectives on charges of bribery and extortion. The district attorney said todaj that the wealth of some of the poUci had reached such a high figure that he would have to take several hours off to calculate the total : When Captain Charles Beckmaa, suspended head of the detective bureau, waa given B hearing by dvil service commission yes it waa brought out that he had posited in one bank $59,620.69 from September. 1928. to September. 1927. TWO WOMEN BATTLE IN COURT FOR CHILD East St. Loul*. HL. Oct. 5.—. —A decision waa expected here today in a Solomonesque kidnapping Betty Lou McClaln, six, Is the^b- ject in litigation. \ Mrs. Maxine McClaln Brown, 24, her mother, is under bond as a re^ suit of_an Indianapolis kidnapping charge. -^»~~»Mrs. Edward L. McKen^e, 22, to whom Betty Lou was given five years ago on the death of the child's father. Is the plaintiff, Both women arc contesting custody of the child, which Mrs. Mc- Kenrfe adopted in Danville. Ill shortly after Mrs. Brown gave it into her care because of financial difficulties. Jn defense^af -the- kidnapping charge, the real mother of the child tol . d "» court yesterday she never intended to part with her daughter permamently. Pending outcome of the trial Betty Lou, a bewildered spectator, has been placed In custody of the humane society. "No harm in ^looking" at the and ^ Overcoats we are selling at $10.00 to $50.00 the valiwt offer. MATB

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