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GETS FIRST AUTO WOE AFTEfI HEATH, HORSES ARE USED ON HEARSE SHERIDAN. Wjno.. Feb. IT—Be ra., an at a life-Unw averriou against In automobiles. W. Par meter, M, saddle maker. may rid# to his grave in a horse-drawn hearre. Parmeter died without ever having ridden In an automot'ile. IDs body wis removed to an undertaking estaL- Itehment tn a motor-drawn ambulance tvfore his relatives realized that he was being taken on his first auto trip. In deferenca to his wishes orden were :sued today that an old horw->dr*wn y-araa. obsolete for twelve years, be ttted up to convey his remains to the rnraete-ry when his funeral is held. Parmeter's prejudice against auto mobiles wgs said by his friends to have arisen from the fart that the advent of motor-drawn vehicles pre vented him from becoming wealthy as a harness and saddle-maker. TOUTHSPLEMILTT TO 512,000 ROBBERY GREAT FALLS. Mont, Feb. 17. George Turner, 21. and Jesse McGin nis, It. of Spokane, who had pleaded guilty to burglary of the Murphy- Mac Lay store of this city the night of February 3 and the taking of 12.000 worth of goods, were this morning rcntecced by Judge J. B. Leslie in the district court to not less than two years nor more than four in the state penitentiary at hard labor. The boys had also confessed to the offi cers the robbery of 112,000 in goods from the Crescent and other stores of Spokane. Mayor’s Recall Is Voted Down PORTLAND, Ore., Feb 17.—A pro I osal to recall from office Mayor John M. Snyder of Milwaukee. Oregon, was defeated 110 to 105, at a special elec tion held here Monday. On a separ ate poll on the ballot Mayor Snyder was re-elected to his office by 196 votes against 17S votes cast for G. C. Felton. Proponents of th® recall made thetr campaign on the charge that Mayor Snyder had failed to obtain for the dry a sufficient proportion of the recrits of boxing bouts held under the boxing commlwim there. ♦ BOSTON. Feb. 17.—Bostonians hur ried to work this morning under stress of the coldest weather of the winter. The official weather bureau thermometer registered its minimum of four degrees below zero ns most persons were leaving home and wus only on® degree higher at 10 a. m. “Its An 11l Wind That Blows No One Some Good.” The Wind Blew the ’Lid’ Off SHOE PRICES Here Today iWg LADIES! No Exchanges I No Refunds \ Better You Hurry ~ Z \ Odd Tweedies Spats at $1.95 75 Pairs of $2.00 Burson Silk Hose, Browns and Blacks, at. . . . nr 35 Pairs of Pumps, Oxfords and Boots, to close at. ... .$1 and Per Felts and Boudoirs to Close atsl and JyZZB 180 Pairs of Oxfords and High Shoes ats2 and 138 Pairs of High Shoes at. ■ ■ .■ ■ ■s3 and W * < * ll SSXX.6SC Not every size in each style but most every size here. These are l\An»avi *- mostly French Heels. A few Children’s among these. IVlclliy vZ UldT THE BOOTERY Palmer-Epplen Co. 124 EAST SECOND STREET ' “YOUR FEiffA' vVILL BRING YOU BACK” * POPE’S APARTMENT NOT YET FINISHED FOR NEW INCUMBENT AT VATICAN ROME. Feb. 17.—(8y the Associ ated Frees.)—Pins XI has not yet settled down to the normal life of a supreme pontiff, chiefly because the private apartment occupied by the late Benedict XV is not yet ready to receive him. A crowd ot workmen is still redecorating the apartment, changing the hangings and carpets and rearranging the furniture. - i Meanwhile th® r-P* nleepa tn what Is called the "Il*tle throne room.'” It was in this chamber that Pop® Leo , XIII died. As it adjoins the large papal li brary. where Pius X and Benedict XV recevied visitors, the chamber ! was transformed into a small | throne room. A throne was placed opposite the window and on the sented by Alfonso XII. king of floor was a magnificent carpet pre- Spain to Pop® Ijbo, having in its center the coat of arms of the Span ish sovereign. Th® throne has been removed be ing replaced by the small iron bed tn which Plus slept. Thia is shel tered by a screen, and in another part of the room L- a desk at which the pope works and where Vantage Points On Route Royal Wedding Dear LONDON. Feb. 17.—1 t will cost some persons who can afford to pay it the equivalent of 175 or more for a glimpse of the Royal procession between Buckingham Palace and Westminster Abbey on the day of Princess Mary's wedding. February Bidding for seats at windows or on the roofs of buildings flanking the processional route, about a xxsS® in length, is progressing briskly. Tho varragn points most coveted tare those about Pori lamer, i Square, ad jacent to Westminster Abbey an these will afford a view of the ar rival and departure of the wedding party. Westminster hospital, opposite the Abbey, is counted the ”grandstand” for tho occasion. This hospital is in urgent need of funds. The urg ency will be lessened in a degree by tho readiness ot scores of people to pay generously for accommoda tion. The hospital realized nearly Sloo,*ooo from the sale of "sightsee ing scats” last coronation day. A Premium ham for every family at 31 cents pound. Norris Company Market. | Contrary to popular belief, sounds travel faste/ in summer than in win ter, and in wkrm than in cold ell mates. be dally receives ths papal secre tary of stale. Cardinal Gasparri. and other leading Vatican offk-ialw. In order to save time he takes his meals in the adjoining library being served on his predecessor's I desk. *1 never had my ineai? la so I spacious a room,” be saclaAmexi on lone occasion. Plus has had little time for exer cise, and thus far has only been i able to walk through Vatican gar dens. once, being accompanied by , Monsignor Pizzarxlo, assistant secre ' tary of state. The pope was moved to laughter by the suggestion circulated lately that artificial mountain peaks De I erected in the Vatican gardens so he . might indulge in his favorite post ' time of mountain climbing. After enjoying the joke the pontiff ser iously said: "Alas, my climbing days are over.” Th® pontiff also inquired about a special bre<-d of horses called "eera flnf* used only on the papal car riage. This immediately caused the report that - Pius planned to follow up his action tn appearing on the loggia of St. Peters by driving out side the Vatican. COURTS MUST JUDGE RUSSELL JACKSON, Miss., Feb. 17.—The Mississippi house of representatives today adopted a substitute r|*oiu tion from the judiciary committee providing for leaving tho seduction charges against Governor Russell by Miss Frances Birk head to the courts. Th® vote was 75 to 30. Baptist Church Quits Immersion SYRACUSE, N. T.. Feb. 17.—Mem bers will be admitted to the Fayette vfll Baptist church hereafter without immersion. Thia was decided upon by a two-third vote of the member ship of the church at its annual meet ing. This is the first time that a Baptist church in this section has modified the rule insisting upon im mersion as the sole method of Bap tism. FIRE DESTROYS SHED. Tot ashes fanned into a blaze by • the high wind last night caused a | blaze which destroyed a small shed and threatened adjoining buildings i early this morning. Th® shed destroy • ed was located at tho rear of ,318 East • A street on property owned by Mrs. J. Cox. The damage was negligible. Cbe Casper Oaflp tribune MURDER SEEN IN TRAGEDY CAMDEN. X. J w Feb. frozen body of a yowng woman bear ing the Imprint of fingers on the throat, was found today 20 feet from the driveway that leads from the Kaighn Avenue bridge over the Coop er creek to Forest Hill park. Tracks of an automobile and the footprints of two men were found in the crusted snow around the body. The body was found by a lamp trim mer. The woman was about 30 years old, and was dressed in what detec tives described as a "second mourn ing “costume. The feet were encased in high tan sho*s. The hat made of light, soft mattertaJ in sport style, giv ing a mannish appearance, was found near by. There was no evidence of a struggle leading the police to belicv the woman was either dead or unconscious when laid in th® snow. There were -several deep scratches on the throat. The body must have been expooed to the cold for many hours in the opinion of Corooxr Hod. Man Convicted For Theft Os Horses Freed DENVER. Colo.. Feb. 17.—Acting Governor Earl Cooley today pardonea Lafayette Jones, convicted in 1307 on charges of horst stealing in Colo., and sentenced to five to tei. years in the penitentiary, because thi acting governor said Jones had “no. been properly defended.” As a young attorney Cooley himself defended the convicted man. Jone.** served thro- years of hl® ben tcnce then escaped. He was recap tured during tho world war when hl-, name wo-s found among tha<io regis tering in the selective draft. “The conviction of Jones has been worrying mo all these years.” said the acting governor after, posting Jones' pardon. “I always was convinced he was innocent. I was a young, inex perienced lawyer at the time and I am convinced it was tho poor defense of my client that sent him to tho pen itentiary.” HALFMILLION LOST IN FIRE BIRMINGHAM, Ala.. Feb. 17.—Fire —which wiped out one-fourth of a city block at Twenty-first street and Fourth avenue In the heart of the downtown business district, today caused a loss of more than 3500,000. Best creamery butter, two pounds for 65 cents. Norris Company Mar ket. RICKKNBACKER FAILS. RAN FRANCISCO. Fsh. IT.—Capt. Edward Klckenbacker American aca. L 2'l..—■ arrived here by train from Reno to d*:y. having been compelled by snow , stoi-ms ia the Sierra Nevad utoun- OPENING ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE Puritan ‘‘Butter Shop TOMORROW Saturday, February 18th Specializing in Puritan Brand Fresh Cream Butter Made From Selected Pure Fresh Cream COME IN AND SEE IT MADE Buttermilk Fillin’ Station Fresh Milk Strictly Fresh Eggs Fresh Cream Relishes Fancy Fruit EVERY KIND OF DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CHEESE THAT IS MADE. Puritan ‘Butter Shop NEW LYRIC THEATER BLDG. Harry McCraken L. E. Winter “Spread It On Thick” tains to abandon a flight from Omaha to San Francisco in aa airplane of the air mall aervlce. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1922. s Bay ? ou bftX butter, two t pound* for <5 cent*. Norrt* Company Market.