The Sun from Pittsburg, Kansas on October 24, 1920 · Page 7
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The Sun from Pittsburg, Kansas · Page 7

Pittsburg, Kansas
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Sunday, October 24, 1920
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THE SUN, SATURDAY MORNINrt, OCTOBER 23, 1920 PAGE S2V3 f i . J I' '. ;f' i TOO FOND OF KAISER'S SON HUSBAND CHARGES. Mrs. Violet Turnbull Lyon, world renowned pianist, whose husband William Lyon, seeks to, obtain a divorce, alleging that his wife, through her prce-war friendship wit hthe Hohenzollern family had been pro-German during the war. Mrs. Lyon in fighting the action declared, that she had never been in favor of Germany. Must Join League Or Abandon Trade NEWBURGH, N. Y., Oct. 23. America must join the League of Nations or abandon all future expansion and barter and trade exclusively among ourselves, i rankling D. .Roosevelt declared here tonight in an address which terminated a two-day campaign through upper New York state. Although this is normally a strong Republican district, Mr. Roosevelt who has a large personal following here, received an enthusiastic reception. He was met by a band on his arrival here from Goshen, where he addressed an early afternoon meeting and took part in an automobile parade to a hotel where he was the guest of the Democratic city committee at dinner. Balloons Start on International Race BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Oct. 23. Seven ballooiw enteci m ino lniur-iiutional ruce i'or tile Gordon Bemiet trophy took the air from Birmingham luU today ana in a lignc wind started u blow emit toward me north ur.d west. Ine i-reacn entry, piloted by Captain Louis llirschauer was lust ot, and in succession was toi-iowed by Wis United fatalea Army Duiiooii, Liuuu. u. i.. 'inonipHon .mu captain JriaiJid iu'eens, pnoisj tho Leigica, Belgian entry wan Lieut. Li'nest Do l.iuytur and M. Labrouas; Auuiens, first Italian entry with Major J. Valle Vim ueiiong; the Kansas Uty II, with li. ui. noneyweil of St. Louis, who won tne American elmi-nation contest ana Dr. jeronie Kingd-bury; the Tiiuuipii, second nauun entry with Major L. Matiori and Lieut. A. Piruzaoii, ana tno Uucdyear witn iialph Upson ana "W. T. VanOrman. Ail of the seven along1 witn a pilot balloon, tne "Birmingnam," wnich was sent up lightly ballasted to lead tho way and win land early tomorrow disappeared in the sunset haze from the crowd estimated at 40,000 which gathered to watch the start. The French entry took oif at 4:32 p. m. and the last of the entries cut loose at 5:05 p. m. , SNOW IN COLORADO. I LAST NIGHTS TEMPERATURES B. K. Smith Undertaking Co, KMri 6 p. m 74 9 p. m 72 1 12 m 70 3 a. m 66 , THREE FALSE ALARMS. Police IIavNot Captured Dartmouth Murder Suspect.' Heaviest Early Fall In Years Is Reported. Nebraska 20; S. Dakota 0. LINCOLN, Oct. 23. Two touchdowns in the third and one in the fourth period brought the University of Nebraska a 20 to 0 victory over South Dakota today. Fullback Wright shot a forward pass to Swanson, who ran for a touchdown, was the way the Nebraskans scored their first points, Wright went through the center of the South Dakota line for the second. Straight football brought the Cornhuskers the other touchdown. GRAND JUNCTION, Colo., Oct. 23. A snowstorm which began here this morning enued late today but snow still is falling in the San Juan mountain at Ouray, and in the Telluride region. The snow fall here was officially reported as tmee inches, the heaviest of any early snowstorm in years. At Fruita, four inches of snow was reported with varying depths to one foot in the Grand valley where fruit trees were damaged. .Forest rangers report thirty-eight inches of snow on j the level at Grand Mesa lakes, above ' Cedar Ridge. I Five feet of snow was reported at ' Red Mountain and Ironton Purk. Four i to five feet also was reported at Campbird and Snefels with snow! still tailing. Reports from Telluride said there already is more snow in that vicinity than in the entire winter three years ago. , oiitt Aru?riiTTA nt- oi ... - 1 nLi" J.l-Ll- li . times louay uie nmauuipmti ponce thought thair search for William P. Brines, accused of killing1 Elmer C. Drewus, the Dartmouth college senior, was ut an end, but each time it proved a false alarm. Early in the day the police received nuiu win u.nuu.i, iiiaiiaiiUf bliab a suspect nau Deen arrested tnere, out later released. . Later the body of a young1 man was found in the Delaware river and its identity for a time was in doubt, but finally it turned out not to be that of Brines. The police also picked up a man in the southern part of the city as a possible suspect but he was soon dichargred. Will Let Diplomats Receive Liquor WASHINGTON, Oct. 23. The custom service today receded from its position with respect to the importation of liquor by the diplomatic representatives of foreign countries. Officials of the service said that not only could the diplomats themselves bring; liquor into the country, but, that liquor consigned to them on shipment would have to be admitted. Such consignments however, can be removed from the port' only by a diplomat or a member of his household, it was held. Climbed in Coffin-Then Shot Himself WINSTED, Conn., Oct. 23. Placing his coffin on tho family lot in the cemetery here, Dentils Kennedy, i . i , i. ii i ... i-i aged Tl, crept insiae, puuea tne nu down and shot himself through the heart. His body was found late today by caretakers. Ha had been dead since last night. On a marble headstone which Ken nedy had caused to be erected, was written in chalk: "Be good to your mother" and on the lid of the coffin "I would rather than see my wife." Two words had been rubbed out. Kennely had made his preparations methodically. The coffin was made according1 to his own specifications. When a caretaker of the cemetery' asked him yesterday afternoon. 'Is that your box Dennis?" the latter smilingly replied that it was". He leaves five children. Marshall Sure of Oklahoma. - MUSKOGEE, Okla., Oct. 23.-Vice President Thomas R. Marshall declared here this afternoon that "if I could travel through the entire country and- know that the same sentiment exists everywhere as in this state, I should know then "that the Democrats, would win the coming election." Ratifies Preliminary Treaty. WARSAY, Oct. 23. The diet has unanimously ratified the preliminary peace treaty today signed recently at Riga by the Russian and Polish peace delegates. . , . i Plenty of new records at Bote-fuhr's now. Districts 14 and 25 $ to Hold Conference Alex Howat, present of the Mine Workers of District 14, announced yesterday that officials of Districts 14 and 25 will meet in Kansas City Monday for a conference in regard to the situation growing out of the refusal of the coal operators to grant a wage increase in the tonnage rate fru. t.ho Acrcrett. No officials from District 21 will i be present at the conference as Presl-' dont John Wilkinson of that district recently declined to participate in the move for an interstate convention on tha DTAiinfia that since the Oklahoma coal operators had withdrawn from the Southwestern Interstate Coal Operators' association the Oklahoma ' miners were no longer directly m-terested in the question. . Army 28; Tufta 6. . WEST POINT, N. Y., Oct. 23. Army won from Tufts today 28 to 6 in an interesting contest, in which West : Point used only second string men. Miacehia, Tufts' right end, who played I brilliantly throughout the game, scored in the opening period on an i eighty yard daBh from an army kick- ' 6ff. Bandits Rob Barber Shop. searched their victims, emptied tha ST. LOUIS, Oct. 23. Eight ban-nnd escaped with a total of dits entered a barber shop here to- 1'74" in cash and jewelry, night and forced tho proprietor, hi3 helpers and ten patrons to line up .Tusfc out. A new Nora Bayes record along the wall. The highwaymen at Botefuhr's. k Southwestern BeaM Normals. WINFIELD, Kas., Oct. 23. With ! a crippled team, Southwestern de-. feated the Emporia State Normal 1 here today, 13 to 7. Only two times was the ball in southwestern territory, while the Mound Builders missed three chances when they were within the Normal five yard line. All kinds of musical instruments at Botefuhr's. 133 ' ' " MM 'tl 1 We'd hardly expect you to put new bedding on your beds each night, but a child should not have to sleep on a mattress that has been in use for years and year's. An old mattress will injure the health o$ a child. Try a new Square Brand Mattress this winter. . Old folks as well as children get real comfort resting on ; these clean mattresses. SELL-ATK INS Find Body of Man In River. PHILADELPHIA, Oct., 23. The body of a well dressed young man, believed by the police from letters addressed to him to have been Homer Lee, Collinsville, Okla., was taken from the Delaware river today. Figure with us before you buy electrical fixtures. Bell 797, 111 West 5 Ih. B-B Electric Co. Public dance, Moose hall, xuesaay night. 90-2! Liberty bonds taken at face value,' at Botefuhr's on musical instruments.' Claims Hunters Are a Menace. P. G. Boulware, 1006 East Jackson ! street, yesterday complained to the! police that hunters shooting meadow-' larks and pigeons in that neighborhood are constantly endangering the lives of persons passing along the road. He stated that several times he has barely escaped being hit by; stray shot from the guns of the! hunters. - : Alien Women Can't Vcte. ' ST. LOUIS. Oct..,,?3.--TA;l,ie bcn wpmo"n'7l'esi4ing :m Missouri ;and who nave not oocamea tneir nnai citizenship papers will not be entitled to vote at the November election, according to an opinion handed down today by Attorney General McAllister confirming a recent decision of the board of election commissioner' of ihis city. q'r "-k ? 3,"' For first class planilM'and plumbing repairs, tall Ueaslcy & Miiier. Both phories .85. ROUP This wet weather is good for developing roup among your chickens Germozone prevents and cures this terrible disease. Just a little in the drinking water each day. , . Feeds will give you best results. "We Deliver the Goods" P. J. AKINS Phone 212 114 East -Sth Street R KETTL FURNITURE & CARPET COMPANY NOW IS THE TIME TO MAKE YOUR PREPARATIONS FOR WINTER House-cleaning time always necessitates buying a new piece of furniture, rug, stove, or draperies to replace the one;! pPlWWv'thefrto our .display floors overflowing with everything that you may need to re- ! . place tha old ones at a substantial saving in price. Liberal discount for cash! Easy terms if desired. . FINANCES A MOVIE. B. M. Baruch Backs Play Boosting League of Nations. WASHINGTON, Oct. 23. B. M, Baruch of New York, filed! a sworn statement today with the clerk of the House of Representatives recording an agreement between himself and the Harry Levey service corporation to produce a moving picture version of the story "Uncle Sam of Freedom Kidge." Mr. Baruch said he had advanced $35,000 toward expenses of the production and had signified his willingness to advance $14,000 additional if necessary. Mr. Baruch said that while the story was written long before the campaign began it was calculated to influence votes for representatives to Congress who believe in the adoption of the League of Nations. ' Public dance, Moose Tuesday night. hall, 90-2 Music of Hawaii at Botefuhr's. ' . Have you heard the new records at Botefuhr's. Vague Description. Little Betty running from a luncheon where some very dainty sandwiches were served said: "Mother dear, will you make some of those nice little sandwiches for me some day without any bark on?" rr 4m Err WW Influence of the Pilgrims. The coming hither of the Pilgrims three centuries ago .... shaped the destinies of this continent, ond there- j fore profoundly affected the destiny of the whole world. President Theo- i dore Roosevelt (Provlncetown, 1907.) i Siberian Bride Put to Test '.When a Siberian bride' enters tier husband's house for the first time she must be prepared to show her skill In cooking. She Is expected to give a dinner prepared with her own hands at a test of ber education In the culinary art. . EACH PASSING YEAR finds the merit of Buick cars more firmly impressed on the minds of the motoring public. Experienced motor car purchasei's know that for genuine satisfaction in every way the BUICK fills the bill more completely than any other car costing less than FOUR THOUSAND DOLLARS. We have in stock one of the new BUICK COUPES the, first one we have received. If you're interested in this . type of car be sure to see it at our salesroom while yoi have the opportunity. kt in r ys. r S 1U itc YOU v Iff 13 m. WANT 79 Steps West on Fifth Street : ' " THE LIVING ROOM SUITES Our showing never before was so complete as it is at this time. You will find a pleasing selection of new overstuffed tapestry duofolds and. duofold suites; also cane-end suites upholstered in beautiful velours. Big comfortable tapestry davenports with chairs to match. Come in and let us show you. BEAUTIFUL BED ROOM SUITES In all Period Designs If you anticipate buying a new bed room suite, it will be greatly to your advantage to visit our store and see the new arrivals in bed room furniture. You will find just the suite that will match your taste. Every suite is marked at a price which means a big- saving, and their variety is matched only by the remarkable values that characterize each suite. , v .1 ? , RUG DEPARTMENT When you cbme to our store, be sure to visit our Rug Department. Many, n.any beautiful .designs and they are rugs that will give a lifetime of service. HOOSIER JOIN THE HOOSIER CLUB. Start now. Deposit $1 and we will deliver you a Hoosier cabinet and you can pay the balance a little each week. Everyone can afford a Hoosier by joining our club. Not a luxury, but a necessity in every home. IMP i i- mm mm v. It J I 1LS GARLAND STOVES AND RANGES You take no chance when you buy a Garland stove or range. They have a proven record as being one of the I longest life stoves on the market. Combination ranges, coal ranges, and cook stoves. Heaters in all sizes. See our line of blue, grey and white enamel ranges and heaters. They are sure to please. EXCELLENT BLANKETS Warm, heavy-weight blankets for the coming fall and winter. At this price you can afford to buy two or three and you ' will be saving money if you do. We have a large quantity in all colors. Our salesmen will be glad to show them and our easy gay- ' merit plan is at your service. A SPLENDID MATTRESS When a mattress made to give a lifetime of service is offered at such a low price, housewives will be quick to take advantage of this offer. No mattress made , could insure a more comfortable or restful sleep. Built of clean, light cotton felt and covered with beautiful ticking. LUXURIOUS COMFORTS Soft, warm, downy comforts at a greatly reduced price. No home can have too many comforters. Most homes have too few. Has yours? Then come in tomorrow and buy the thing you need at a great saving. Our stock is very complete and you are sure to find designs that will please. : , THE STORE THAT - r I i SATISFIES B ISip3BJ Y 'HONE-TALKING Ln4 IS'lJPsk " MACHINES 614-616 North Broadway

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