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$2 BRINGS GIRL FORTUNE
' ? Farmer-Tramp Leaves $65,000 To Benefactor. Council Bluff., Iowa., Oct. 27.?Nine years ago Mists Sarah Lindley, of Osage, Iowa, invested $2 and a smile with a tramp who stopped at her uncle's heme for a meal Recently she received notice that the tramp had died ami had left* her $65,000 in Min nesota land and*in cash. Miss Lindley is 24 years old now and a clerk in a dry goods store in Osage. When she jjave the tramp the $2 tblll and the smile she was only 15. "I'm going to buy mo an automo bile, and keep rijjht an working?pro v;:bd I don't get married," says Miss Lindley. Miss Lindley, then in high school, was visiting a't the home of her uncle, G. O. Lunde, near Nora Springs, Iowa, when she made the mvestmerot. She is the daughter of Ole Lindley, of Osage, and she has four brothers and six-sisters. One day, after dinner, an elderly man, poorly clad, came to the door of the farmhouse and asked for some thin <r to cat Mrs. Lunde was busy, but it was the ruie of the Luimte home never to turn' a man away from the door. So Sarah Lindley placed food on the table and' the tramp was invited to sit down and' eat. Before he finished it began to rain. At the end of the meaJ he filled his pipe and sat and smoked while wait ing for the shower to be over. Ex cept for giving thanxs for the meal, he had not spoken a ward. Presently Sarah noticed tears in the old man's eyes, and her sympathy was aroused. Finally she asked him what the trouble was. "My wife," he answered. "She deserted me three years ajro. I have been hurtting for her ever sinlce. I loved hen, but she did not love me. My money gaive out. If I had a little money I might find her. SaTah did not question him further She did not ask his name. But when l.he shower was over and the old man '..?nocked the ashes from his pipe and prepared to leave, she said: "Wait a minute." Then* she went into an adjoininr-T: ?oom, got $2 from her purse, and, re- j urnin-g, handed the money to the old : man. .CKl'ZE HAS GOOD ROLE James Cruze, who plays the part cf Simp Calloway, the outlaw, ''Believe Me. Xantippe." the latest Paramount release starring-. Wallace P.*. : \ wiih Ann L'rtlc, i> consMercs! one of the lust character nu n in the pictures. lie is so amazingly clcv ?. v in make up, that the other actors <i>.) net always r c::znizc him when la- l'irst apr- ars in a new rolo. S'ai-j Calloway is a part that ad.ls another real achievement to the Ion;; Hst of the Cruze character cre ations. "lie!'eve Me, Xantippe.' will I).- shown at the Gram,! Theatre k.nhJit and a;*- L-*l!? Chapter of ?'Perils tif Thunder Mountain." ROOMS $100 PER WEEK Anjr!?-American Mission Finds Liv ing in Palestine Expensive New O.i. 27.?A deh'ica t:< n sent to Palestine for educational and relief w. rl: by the Anjrlo-Amer .Society reported !>y cable yes ' r-'ft'.y to (he soeh-ivV. he i 'uj-.iar l- here that it Inn! reached Jen: thL. high cost of living has reached its zenith in the capital of Chris tianity. Hotels charge a minimum of $100 a week and travelers heat rooms as best as they may. a* <.-oal is unobtainable ami the Turks burned everything wooden in sight. i'AUL'S }JE<; i\)-i BREAD X<*w York. Oct. 27.?"From Brest to I- rsk the trip in .the train was a continuous experience of a very sad nature,"' wirtes Dr. Boris i>. Bogen, ii: a report received by the Ameri c- a .T: \visii Belief Committee telling ? f his work it' Eastern Europe as a representative of the joint disLribu t:*? :t committee, which is trying to save the handrels ??!' thousands of -larving war sufferers. "On eaeh station we were met by .-'ii1.-i:???': begging for bread. 1 st p p ? whenever 1 could, bought ie.ivcs of bread and ?li-;tril?nt ? ( small pieces of it to the children, tluse hungry children arc f? ! just by the p:;ss*ivgers of the trains hat pass this territory once or wire a day " Slogan for Alexan 30th. 191 The I I Come and see and you will remain to pray. Cone to work vol* will go back to perform. Come as a seeker after knowledge and you will go back to impart it. Come as a devoted member and you will go forth a crusader. The Moose are crusaders in every sense of the ?word, their crusade is no fools errand. Their work is no experiment?already it is a proven and recognized success. Your failure to provide for your self, your family, your loved ones, the grand privileges enjoyed by others may he a source of keen regret to darken your declining years. The Loyal Order of Moose have opened their doors They are inviting you as a lifetime guest at their table of plenty. * i The Moose is an organized band of good samari tans. Mooseheart is good samaritanship multiplied a million fold. 80,000 hands are extended to you, will you not unite with this great fraternity? What the church world has been preaching is be ing practiced at Mooseheart. } While we sit at home in our chairs the work goes on for Moose activities do not cease. It works whiie 1 we are asleep. If you should die tonight what would become of your wife and who would educate and care for your children ? The Aiijos?? i> an '>.'??ii-r I ha' does things while you are yd illi\? Subordinate lodgvs are not allowed to ?oaiinue weak and stale, if they cannot help them 'ves the National Organization department puts ?:?:? in <?i? their feet like a fata r watching over ids ;e'oved sons*. The li.jyal Order of Moose *.-> not an insurance or ganization. 1! is a fraternity with excellent social red beneficial features. Its cardinal vh lures are to aid the sick, bury the lead and inject sunshine into the dark places. The Loyal Order of Moose o.oes not tolerate in eri'erence with ones I'eli^ious or political views Political or sectarian discussions are not counte t'-nced in the lodge rooms- 1:5 tit --atriotism, obedience o law, ceaai rights and respect l'or ('pinions of thers insisted upon. As one enters so he departs?A free man. No fraternal order has a more beautiful or cn obJing ritualistic ceremony, the ideals held before he candidate are such as must make them better ?itizens and better men. i 'ome join the Moose. Help s ;.ve a child, help cont ort a widow, help minister to a brother: Come and vaik with us, and get some of this joy which comes o the heart of aii men, who dedicate their lives and / abors to human service. ' The Moose does all it promises to do without any "cd tape, when you need he:p you get it at once. There are no Moose in the potters field. .Is The<*e are no Moose in the >or House. )? Purity, aid and prog 'ess ar ? its watchword.