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TO D. C. BANK TELLER Rational Savings & Trust Co. Employe Pleads Guilty to Charge. W Preston Ellis, a .iote teller at the National Savings & Trust Co.. was arrested yesterday charged with embezzling $3,648.17 from his employ ers. He pleaded guilty to the charge before United States Commissioner Needham C. Turnage, and was held for action of the grand jury under $2,000 bond. At the bank yesterday officials said that the Incident had been a cloeed issue for some time and that the bank was fully protected by bonds. A sunflower stalk 14',^ feet high was grown this year at Cromford, England, the flower being 15 inches in diam eter. CHINESE REDS PERIL AMERICAN FAMILIES Missionaries in Linchow Section Warned by U. S. Consulate ' at Canton. By the Associated Press. CANTON. China, November 15.— Pear for the safety of five American missionaries and their families was felt here as the result of an attack on the city of Linchow by Chinese Communists. A warning of Communist activity in the section had been telegraphed to them by the American consulate here but it was not known whether the message got through. (Linchow, 140 miles northwest of Canton, is but about 100 miles west of Shiuchow, which was reported yes terday to have been saved by Canton ese troops from a Communist inva sion.) The Americans are: Dr. W. H. Dobson, Miss Ε. J. Patterson, Dr. and Mrs. H. F. Bradshaw, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Edwards and two children, all of the Presbyterian Mission, and R. R. Montgomery, an independent mission ary. who has a Chinese wife and two children. The Cantonese government has opened a vigorous campaign to prevent the Reds from migrating westward from Fuklen Provint». Power Rates Cut. Elcctrlc power and light rates thrcu~hi,it Mexico have been reduced. « PRIEST, WHO LAUNCHED SCHOOL ON DIME, DIES Kev. Father Albert Biever, S. J., Loyola of South'· Founder, I· Heart Attack Victim. By the Associated Press. NEW ORLEANS, November 15.— The Rev. Albert Biever, 8. J., 76-year old founder of Loy°l» University of the South and pastor of the Church of the Holy Name of Jesus, died sud denly yesterday from a heart attack. He served as president of the uni versity for 10 years and was widely known In ecclesiastical, church ad ministrative and scientific circles. With a gentle smile the priest once said, "They gave me 10 cents car fare and told me to go uptown and found a university." Father Blever started out with the historic dime from the Ole Jesuit Church. !n downtown Baronne street, and the answer was the rise of the Catholic university here in 1904. LIBERTY LEAGUE ACTIVE LOS ANGELES. November 15 (Λ·).— The principles and purposes of th· American Liberty League were out· lined by John J. Raskob, E. P. Hut ton and Irene du Pont to a repre sentative group of 250 business men at a banquet here. Formation of a committee to carry on the organization work in Southern California was begun and it was in dicated the group would be enlarged so It would be representative of th· entire State before its membership was announced. BONUS SALE AT THE HUB! ttppnrtunityl OF THESE **-K ITEMS 'Xl-IDKB ·. k-yp·: · :····< v .A- - ft* ν «- > ' i,. -, & m EVERY >iork! 1—Kitchen Cabinet ^—Vacuum Cleaner ^—5-Pc. Breakfast S «—l ounge Chair 5—Studio Couch 1 EXST1" Mattress 8x1° Tapestry RuP ο—3-Drawer Desk £1"'"C-I M'rchandi., ExcepleJ Genuine Walnut 4-Pc. Moderne Bedroom Suite Here is the last word in a moderne design bed room mite. The suite is exactly as illustrated. It consists of an attractive dress er, chest of drawers, vanity and bed. All pieces are carefully con structed of rich walnut veneers and finished in two tones of wal nut that produces a very striking and pleasing effect. $5.00 Down—The HUB. 2-Pc. Tapestry Living Room Suite A newly arrived suite of superb quality. Just as pictured, with comfortable sofa and chair; sagless spring construction throughout and handsomely carved wood base. Deeply overstuffed for comfort and upholstered in a beautiful figured tapestry. $5.00 Down—The HUB. End Table $1.98 Richly finished and equip ped with drawer. Eaty Terms Electric Washer $29.00 . Easy Terme Coffee Table $2.98 Handsomely finished with' (tu· top, Em*y Terme Coal Rang· $28 With Hl-*he!f 80c λ Week Oil Heater $4.98 Eeuy Terms Circulating Heater $15.95 50c β Week 71 h. rv I> s Γ R F Ε τ s 10-Pc. Walnut Veneer Dining Room Suite As shown, this lovely suite comprises an ex tension table, china cabinet, buffet, server and six upholstered-seat chairs. Sturdily constructed and richly finished in walnut veneers. SS.OO Down—The HUB. 4-Pc. Walnut-Finish Bedroom Suite Exactly as shown, this suite consists of a beautiful four-post bed, chest of drawers, dresser and vanity with triple Venetian mir- ML rors. The suite is sturdily constructed and richly finished in wal- γ jt-4· nut veneers... solid oak interiors . dustproof construction... flute posts and leg* and other features of this charming ensemble. $S.OO Down—The HUB.