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SWINDLER IS
LOCATED AT
PALM BEACH
Arrest of Leslie Harrington, Wanted for
Defrauding Chicago People of
Millions, Is Now Pending
CHICAGO, Feb. 17.—Leslie Harrington, missing- speeu
. lator who is said to have defrauded thevs-nds of persons in
this section out of several millions of do’.'ars, has been found
near Palm Beach, Fla., according to a telegram received to
day by local police from toe sheriff of Palm Beach county.
He will be arrested as soon as the' necessary papers are for-
warded, the telegram mid.
Harrington disappeared a few days I
ago just after bankruptcy' petitions
had been filed against Raymond Bis-1
cboff. Harrington formerly wan an I
employe of Bischoff's. later opening aj
• general inventmentf ‘ office of hie ■
own. The Cook county grand Jury J
yesterday ’ oted true bills against him
and sixteen of his agents. according I
to the state's attorney.
The charges against Harrington are:
conspiracy to obtain money by false •
pretenses and conspiracy to defraud. I
holler skbtTng rice
SCHEDULED SITURDH.
A roller skating race in which Joe
Nickerson, state champion and Clar
ence Hamilton, ex-world’s champion
of the rollers will compete will be
Flaged at the Winter Garden rink
Saturday night.
The match event will be staged un
der the auspices of the management
of the rink. The race will bo over
a two mile course which will pro
vide ample distance to allow the con- '
testants to show real bursts of speed. 1
Everybody cats butter, two pounds
for 65 cents. Norris Company Mar
ket 4
BIG AND SMALL BOOTLEGGERS
OF THE SOUTH IN TRADE WAR
LOITSVTLLE. Ry.. F«b. 17. |
Tumbling prices for moonshine I
whiskey have resulted in a war be
tween big business and the ordinary
boot leg ger here, according to Ed
ward Votx, prohibition agent.
The '‘business man" has entered
the field. Mr. Vot* said, with quant
ity production and low prices. He is
ADDINGTON’S TOGGERY SHOP
I PRICES SLASHED
AGAIN
I Read our latest prices and compare them with Montgomery
I Ward and Sears-Roebuck & Co., or any other company.
I 220 weight Blue Denim 120 pairs fine Dress Shoes. Vici and
Union Made Over- d calfskin, latest styles; every pair ab-
alls, per pair solutely guaranteed. C 72 QB
i 175 Blue, Grey and O. D. Collar Work Z I > L * T
i Shirts. Big Yank and rwi--, One lot ? f “ en ® and men 8
Uncle Sam Brands eack /dC pure w ° ol Sults - Some of these “re
uncie oam rsranas, eacn a worth ?40 00 Y our . QOft ftft
choice of the lotv«vV
| 95 pairs genuine All-Leather Work ■ —
Shoes. Regular $3.50 to ftft 400 pairs Engineer and
to $7.00 values, pair —vfcl.VV Fireman Sox, per pair.luC
We have an assortment of Trunks, Suit Cases and Bags we are selling at
= about one-half price; also special low price on Guns, Watches, Clocks, Padlocks
field Glasses, Flashlights, Kodaks, Razors, Razor Blades and thousands of other
articles too numerous to mention.
Why send away for your goods when you can buy
cheaper at home, and see what you are getting for your
money and get it right when you need it?
m ADDINGTON’S
| OGGERY SHOf
220 S. Center St. B. F. Addington, Prop.
Called Him Up
40 Times a Day,
Woman Bonded
i CHICAGO, Fb, 17.—A young worn- |
I an is under 11,000 jwoce bond here to
j day because she used the telephone ;
Itoo often. I-rwrence A. Raelin ten ft '
fied that she called him on the phone
I as often as forty times In one day and
| that be was tired of it.
THREE KILLED
IN AUTO CRASH
DURHAM, N. C.. Feb. 17.—Three
students of tho University of North
Carolina were killed and three cithers
injured when the automobile in which
♦hey were riding was struck by a
Southern Railway passenger train nt a
crossing on the outskirts of Durham
today.
The party was returning to hare!
Hill from n dance at Raleigh. All
were asleep when hit except the driv
er.
I bring fought by the ranaf! operator
I whose chief weapon Is the law, and
who is seeking to nunlaln hip
rockets by fumMung tips about
largo stills to prohibition officers.
Business Jealousy, Mr. V’otx declar
ed. causes more raids than the de
tectlve ability of the officers.
Moonshine is selling hero at about
$4 a gallon, the ageeit said.
Kissing the Blarney Stone
I AV-CO. ■' x . ''
This is what every isitor to Erin tries to
Stone. You have to hang by the heels out of Blarney Castle, but once
you kiss the stone you are gifted with oratorical powers. So they ear
SUMMARY OF
NIGHT NEWS
Ind —lb.* Democrat- ;
ic co . aropaign in the ■
middi. .rponed b> (liairnian
Hull of the National committee with
an address in which he declared
’’aimlessness and inaction" to be the
controlling policy of the Republican
admiuist rat ion.
New York—Prraidfnt Harding paid
tribute to bankers of country for
their share in bearing notion's bur
dens, in letter 'rad at annual dintuv
of trust companies of United Staten.
Ix*s Angele*—-Six of the right
alleged members of a b.ind of ex
tortionists, arrested after a pistol
fight here Tuesday night by county
«*Qkia.'h, lvav|< been releawil pnJ
two are held on charges of use of
tho mails to defraud, it was an
nounced by federal offk-ia'.s.
Belfast—The city of Belfast
a mournful aspect. There were
man)- funerals during yesterday of
persons killed in tlie recent disor
ders. Tho processions in all caees
were escort ed by armored cars and
lorrtea containing soldiers.
El Paso, Texas—That the north
ern military zono of Mexico Ls now
quiet with no sign of revolutionary
activity was the sub'lance of a
statement by General Eugenie Mar
tines, zone commander, who arriv
ed in Jaurex from Chihauhtia The
border posts will net be strengthen
'ed by tho ho said.
Fort Bliss still is modllizcd.
Washington—Military defense of
the Philippines may be complctoly
abandon rd by the United States even
before ratification of the new-power
Pacific treaty. This step is under
Consideration in the war department.
Washington—Both direct luid in
direct ship subsidies for upbuikiin.;
and maintentance of American niw
chant marine agreed upon by ad
ministration leaders. It was said in
official quarters,
die <TR«mCT ciafTn vrifiunl
Radio to Carry
Market Reports
CHICAGO, Feb. 17.—Dally market
i reports on livestock and meats, fruiti.
; vegetables, dairy products and grain
at the principal market centers may
( taken "from the air ' by any radio
phone act within 500 mllee. the United
States bureau of markets here an
nounced today. Crop and weather re
ports ideo are sent broadcast. Bureau
•fficiaU declared the use of the radio-
, phone will become almost universal ■
among farmers and shippers within
a short tima
Middle western universities also an I
' transmitting market reports. it was
1 Baid, including University of No-
I braaka.
COMMEBCESEM!
IT CHEME RESIGNS
CHEYENNE. Wyo.. Feb. 17.—Frank
IJ. Wlffler, for tho past three years
'secretary of the Cheyenne Chamber
;of Commerce, has resigned, and has
been succeeded by Jay J. Chowalter,
’ former secretary of the club.
ONLY ONE SHIP
I WASHINGTON, Feb. 17.—DocLsiop j
was understood today to have been j
reached by the shipping board not to 1
. recondition any tormer German pas
senger liners In possession of the
j board, other than the
fliiiiiniMiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiM
Exclusively a Woman’s Clothes Shop
. 738 East Second Street
g A Sample Sale Os |
I | NEW- SPRING MILUNERY I
I v sg.se |
We have just made a fortunate purchase of
i 200 Sample I
j Spring Hats I
SS
= . " si
J These Are Values Which Would Regularly Sell E
For $13,50 to $16.50
They were purchased at a tremendous discount and will be B
g on sale Saturday at the remarkably low price of
I $r- .50 I
I - Til
Only One to Each Customer
For Saturday Only L_ J j
.iHiIHIIIIIIIIIH
NEW ENGLAND SWEPT BY COLD
WAVE, NORTHWEST IS WARM
WASHINGTON, Feb. X7.—Northeastern Unite® States
was sheeted in ice today as a result of a cold snap of unusual
severity, according to reports to the weather bureau whose
forecasters would predict little relief before Saturday. On
the other hand, the northwestern section which, normally,
would be enduring the coldest period of the season was said
to have comparatively high totnpera
.’urea.
TYxe coldest spots In the United
States today were Canton. N. Y.,
North Field, Vermont, and Greenville,
Maine, where the thermometer shiv
ered ».round 22 degrees below zero.
New York City with a temperature of
flat zero, weather bureau off.dais said,
probably was undergoing "colder
weather" than citiee with Z’wer regis
ters. because of the abnormally of
such temperatures In the metropolis
and a moisture laden wind.
THREE EXTRA SPECIALS
AT
The Casper Steam Bakery
FOR
SATURDAY
Cocoanut Layer jf ft Special Pecan S ftxa
Cake/iVt Divinity
Old-Fasliioned Home-Made zlfkra
Butterscotch *IVV
At the Store that Satisfies—Where you find those
High Class Lunches and Fountain Drinks
And don't forget that
Famous Sally Ann Bread
THE CASPER STEAM BAKERY
ZUTTERMEISTER BUILDING ■
Phone 109
The cold wave was in effect today
far below the Mason and Dixon line
aereral cities r<x>r'Jng record low
temperatures.
PHILADELPHIA, Feb. 17.—Phils
delphia and vicinity experienced the
coldest weather in two year todaj
when tho official thermometer rests
teretl a minimum of four derreeo
above zero at 7:15 a. m.
Two pounds pure creamery butte
for 65 rents. Norris Company Marteet
Bandit Robs
Denver Woman
DENVER, Colo, Feb 17. —A masked
man entered the room of Mrs. J. 11.
Pierce, wealthy widow, in one of the
principal hotels here last ni<ht. plac-
"Barnett’s of Course”
HALF m
PRICE W/
SALE if
Do You Believe in Saving Money?
Just visit our Clothing Sale. We are discontinuing
our Clothing Department and in order to dispose of
our stock of high grade Chesterfield Suits and Over
coats for men and young men Boys’ Suits and Over
coats, Men’s Top Coats, Rain and Cravenette Coats,
Leather Vests (duck, moleskin and corduroy coats),
we have marked them just one-half of the regular
retail prices.
For a Quick Clearance
All Virgin. Wool Blue ISA
Serge $85.00 Suits, nowtJJ A / «Ov
All Virgin Wool Blue COO ff A
Serge $45.00 Suits, nowt9 Al AtadV
Latest model Full Dress Suits. Very fine unfinished
worsted, all-silk lined; regular C/1 O ff A
$85.00 value, now
The balance of our Suits of fine tweeds and worsteds
that sold regularly for $25.00 to $65.00 to close out at
$12.50 TO $32.50
Knox Spring Hats
Values up to $12.00, Special
$4.95
Fine Dress Shirts, nice spring patterns, C-fl Off
values up to $2.50, special
Many good bargains throughout the store.
m. D. Barnett Outfitting Co.
120 East Second Street
For Rent—Store Room s
Situated in the Heart of the Business District.
CENTER AND A STREETS
Wili Give Lease to Responsible Party.
ARKEON BUILDING
Apply to McKEON or ARCHER
j Brodie Rubber Co. Inc. |
:: Genuine Ford $17.00
Atlas Honeycomb $21.50 |
WE NOW STOCK OF I
WHY SEND OUT OF TOWN FOR ♦
YOUR FORD PARTS? ♦ •
> Come in and Compare Prices. We Can Save X
You Money. X
Brodie Rubber Co.
“Your Accessory House” ♦
| Phone 1203 Tribune Bldg. |
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17,1822.
a rvrolver at Mr» Pure.'. hmJ.
bound and hcr and
with jewels worth 10.000 according to
a report to the police today.
Six hundred dozen fresh effya at two
dozer. for 75 cent*. Norrta Company
1 Market*
» Bead the Httle ada on the etasstCol
- pa<e of The Tribune.

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