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THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 1920
& f S 3r J I .4) 1 1, ; ? m LOCAL MATTERS OF GENERAL INTEREST Paragrapht. Which Tell of the Happenings of Local Moment in Greater St. Joseph Anything Which Has Occurred Deserving of Local Notice Can Be Found in These Columns On Monday Judge Allen dismissed ion which they could be last legally the divorce suit Instituted by Charles filed, work will now begin on the D. Arterbury, who married Leota llhodos, 15 years of age, and granted n decreo to the girl wife and also re stored her maiden name. Tho second semester of the St. Jos eph Law school opened Monday night. Henry D. Cllnkcnbeard died at his homo near DcKalb Sunday night. Thomas J. Keno, 49 years of age, died Sunday night. Don rulers Motor Inn. Storage and test repair department In city. In dies' rent room and -free chock room In connection. Seventh and Jule. Ad. Woodrow Wilson Is not to run for a third term, Dr. Robert Porter has eo decreed. Triplets, William. Harry and Mary, were born to Mrs. S. A. Baker of Sheridan, Mo., at a local hospital Sunday. The flock is doing well. There being no protest filed by lost Saturday against tho One Hundred nnd-Two and tho Platte river drain ago projects, that being the last day projects and two big dredges will bo at work by May, straightening both channels. who was shot last week whllo rob bing a Burlington car near East Leavenworth, will not dl, and has been removed from a Platto City ho tel to tho jail at that place Deputy Collector Henry Uhllnger has received tho necessary blanks on which thoso who will now handle In toxicating liquors may mako their re ports. Tho requirements are very stringent. Farms Tor Sale 260 acres three miles from Graham, Mo. Well Im proved and priced right. Other good farms for sale. W. E. Freytag, Citi zens Bank, Graham, Mo. (Advt.) A largo delegation of Andrew and Buchanan county farmers left In a special cor Monday for Columbia to attend the "farmers' week" congress. M. J. Downey for best Plumbing and Gas Fitting. 1002 Frederick Ave. Phone 116. Adv. Mlnnlo Mohn wants a divorce from Charles G. Mohn. Garland Jennings of Coffey, Mo., a seven year old boy, died at tho Noyes Hospital Monday, as the result of a fall from a horse, by which his skull was fractured. W. D. Means of Faucttt presented his resignation to the county court Monday, claiming that thoro was no money In the job of being a justice of tho peace. Melerhoffcr Undertaking Co. pre sents character, service and consider ation. Ninth and Felix. Fhone M. m. Adv. Tho seat reservation for tho play to bo given by Malcnmb McDonald Post No. 11, Jan. 29-31, began at the Tootle this week. Mr. and Mrs. William Netzcl of St. Paul, who hail been tho guests of St. Joseph friends last week, left Monday for California. Everything you need for any kind of Painting, Wall paper. Chandlio's paint & Glass Co., 417 Edmond strtut. Adv. Mr. W. R. Woodworth. the optician, who has been spending the winter In California, has returned much Im proved in health. S?tniamM5a lllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllll First 2 AM MnaMMty teMMM'&x M C7inal Clearance Winter a?'' (Apparel I Sharp Reductions on Women's m I Winter Suits, Coats and Furs j If in need of a Suit, Coat or Fur Piece with which to finish out the winter, you may find just the gar- ment here in these reduction sales: Widow, and maiden, worth over J50.000, anxious to marry honorable gentlemen. Write Mrs. Warn, 2216H Temple St., Los Angeles, Cal. (Advt.) Of the elghty-flvo Injured In tho Wyeth wreck on the Great Western, but four are still In tho hospitals here. Poarl Wilson, the box car robber. iiiiiiliiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiililiiiiililiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiii; Rock Undertaking Co. Lady at tendant, 916 Frederick avenue. Adv. rrosecutlng Attorney Owen and Judge Utz on Tuesday took up the question of calling a grand Jury for tho coming term of court. After con sultation It was decided not to call ono for the coming term. Great Remodeling Sale The decided increase in the volume of our business during 1919 has made it absolutely necessary for us to enlarge our premises in order to take care of our trade. It gives us great pleasure to inform our customers that S wc arc adding on the store building next to ours and remodel- 1 ing both into one. This will give us room enough to accom- modate more people and this we have felt the need of. We began our great Remodeling Sale yesterday. During this sale we will offer astounding values in men's women's, and children's wear. Following are only a few of the countless bargains: One Lot Men's Overcoats, regular $40 values, Sale Price $24.65 One Lot Men's Overcoats, regular $25 values, 5 Sale Price .......... ......j ......515.00 One Lot Men's Suits, regular $35 values, Sale Price. .$19.50 One Lot All-Wool Men's Suits, regular $45 values, Sale Price $35.00 One Lot Men's Suits, regular $20 and $25 values, E Sale Price $15.00 and $19.00 Boy's Overcoats at Less Than Cost One Lot of Bovs' Overcoats, formerly sold from $12 to $17 50. Sale Price ..." $9.50 One Lot $7 and $8 Overcoats, Sale Price $4.95 One Lot Boys' Corduroy Suits, sizes from 3 to 8; values up to $8.50, Sale Price $4.98 One Lot Boys' Suits, sizes 8 to 17, regular price up to $15, Sale Price $9.50 GREAT REDUCTION ON BOYS' PANTS Extra Special Bargains in Men's Shirts One Lot Men's Work Shirts, regular $1.75 and $2.00 values ; 1 Sale Price $1.19 and $1.39 One Lot Men's Dress Shirts, regular $2.20 values, Sale Price $1.35 E One Lot Men's Silk Shirts, regular $8.00 values, Otiic i. rice YJyj E One Lot Men's Silk Shirts, $12.50 to $15.00 values; E while they last $9.50 E Be sure to attend our GREAT SHOE SALE now going on. E E We are offering them at less than half price. 1 Men's, Ladies' and Childrens' 1 Shoes E We have a table full of Sample Shoes, values up to $8.00; E Sale Prices .$1.95, $2.95, $3.95 E One Lot Ladies' Shoes in patent leather, field mouse, brown E E and black, up to $12.50 values, Sale Price $5.95 f I Blue Front Dept. Store I The coroner's Jury on Tuesday rendered a verdict that the killing of James Arocel on Sunday, was due to the criminal carelessness of Krnewt Sanders, and ho was held to the grand jury on bond of 2500. I Winter I Suits Your choice of any Win- tcr Suit in the house at $20 ..$82.50 EE Including values up to $149. Sizes up to 50. EE Also a good range of colors. The annual elections of the street railway, and the St. Joseph & Savan nah Interuban were held at the com pany offices hero Tuesday and virtu ally the present board of directors was re-elected. Tho vaccination order of tho board of health for the schools, went Into effect Monday, and with but a few minor instances, there was no trouble in enforcing the order. For anything in the real estate line, see or write the Square Deal Real Estate Co., Savannah, Mo. (Advt.) A Blunt pulled off at the Botarlan dinner at the Bobldoux Tuesday, was that of forcing each guest to cat his entire meal wllth only a knife as a weapon of offenee against the menu. 1-esllo Walters who stole a motor car from James Martin of Savannah last April, and who twice Jumped hie bond, was acquitted in the criminal court hero Tuesday, Mayor Whltsell has decided that Robt. Maney the present excise of ficcr. shall be retained, even though St. Joseph's saloons are now closed. a' Cloth JRv Winter Coats W Coats All-Velvet Suits 1 AT EXACTLY HALF PRICE H Priced regularly at EE $59 to $82.50. J Buy them at just half these prices. i One Special Lot Women's Cloth Coats, including values up to $30.00. Your choice at only -... . .- $15.00 All the wanted colors and sizes. One Special Lot Winter Coats, in Beaver and Black Plush; values from $39.50 to $59.50. Sale price, , vj ?32.50 ,o ?49.50 Splendid range of styles, colors and sizes. I I 1 rifO 7 j C 1 1 7 Pi I The contract for paving tho high way between this city and Wathena will be let In a short time and the work done this summer. Jamleton Machine Co., engineers and machinists' supplies. Shafting, hangers, pulleys. 215 No. 2nd. Adv. Thieves looted a Santa Fe freight car In the Fourth street yards Mon day night, and hauled off groceries worth In the neighborhood of 1 1,000. E Opposite Market Square 209-211 Felix Street nniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiuiuuuiiuiiuuuiiuiuujuuuuuuf Business men of DeKalb, on Tues day applied through Judge Vorles" court Tuesday, for a receiver for the A. G. Preston Implement Co. of De Kalb. It will be decided today. J. n. O'Brien of the movie censor board, says that saloon scenes will be eliminated from iiicture shown In this city. Furs at Actual Cost Kntlrc nnlanro of Our Splendid Stock of Small Furs Scurfs, Muffs etc. at Actual Ccint. Only a few pieces left In taupe, black and Oeorg ette Fox, alto in Lnx. Wolf, Marten. Seal, Squirrel. Mole and Pointed Fox. Your choice of them AT ACTUAL, COST. The muffs are of fine Seal. Marten. Wolf and Opossum Furs, and are all Included In this final Clearance at ACTUAL COST. Do not hesitate to avail yourself of this oppor tunity, as good furs will all be much higher next beason. January, The Month of Values. Member Retail Merchant! Association A Sale of Bungalow Aprons AT MVOI BELOW TRESENT VAI.CE. About 20) Apron in this lot, comprising 2fi different mod el i, in gingham percale and chambrar, trimmed mostly in pipiag or rick rack.; open at Side, front or back, and slipover etieeti; alto the fatunte dress apron, gathered in back, square cut and loose front, facer stitched band extending down side and around neck; pockets and cuff to match; special price range for this sale each -$1.00 to S3.25 Big Sale of Women's Fine Silk Hose A Dcbiyeil Shiinncnt of AVotnen's Inr Thread Silk llono- In black, brown, tan, smoke and nlcke1 shades, full fashioned wide lisle garter top. double lisle sole, heel and toe an exceptional value at the regular price. $3. Spe rlal for this week only, per pair. $935 Kail and Auto F .!: Rebated- WoiiW. dacy for congrersman from this dis trict, with the secretary of stato at Jefferson City. He Is the first to file from this district. Miss Marjorie Burnes, now of New York, but formerly of this city, was marrtod In the former city Tuesday afternoon to George 15. Hedges of that city. Fannie Agron, a 9-year-old girl was struck by a motor truck Tuesday, and slightly Injured. Mrs. Catherine F.. Donafdson, 67 yearn of age, wife of Henry Donaldson died at the family homo on the Six ton road Tuesday, The St. Joseph Commerce Club has been notified to raise (2,800 as its share of the fund to erect a JI, 500, 000 structure for the national organization In "Washington, An exploding stove caused small damage but much commotion at Matt Kvans' negro pool hall Wednesday. Ilobert I. Young of this oily thU In the criminal court Wednesday the name of Oscar MoDanlel, former prosecuting attorney, was called, as bondsman for Jesse. Kverhart. but of course he did not answer and the bond was declared forfeited. Theodore Sussman, former night clerk of the St. Charles Hotel, plead guilty to petty larceny Wednesday and was given thirty days In Jail. He was In the St. Charles whisky robbery. City ti answer to a charge of wife 'for three days wearing borrowed abandonment. Judge Haynes, whose condition af ter the operation was good for several days, Tuesday suffered a relapse and died Thursday morning. The Grant Motor Co. will at once razo the old building at Tenth and Kranols, preparatory to the erection of a modern home for their Institution. The cold snap put the welfare board to work again. Twelve hi is of wood were sent to the ney y Wed new! ay. A state warrant charging Itaatll O. Jeffeties with manslaughter, for backing his car over and killing Lee Downs on New Years day, was Issued Wednesday, Mrs. Bessie Olover, thlrty.threo years of age, died on Tunwlay night Belle H. Andrews was given a Judg ment for IJ.000 against the Bank of Buchanan County. Wednesday, after a two days trial, over a disputed note. Dr. V. II. Gelvln of Cedar IUplds, Iowa, was the speaker at the Com merce Club luncheon Wednesday. Maude CI. Bigg has brought suit for divorce from Claude C. Bigg, al leging indignities. C M. Jackson was arrest r J Beoause he tout hU wife's elathes l.;re ; Tltl KfPt Uuvra cud furcd li. r to gr. ciothlng. Judge Merrill fined William Bunn $100 In police court Wednesday, and sent him to the workhouse Supervisor Oruham wants to com plete the work of taking the census this week If possible. John M. Parker, who on Wednes day von the democratic nomination which moans election for governor of Louisiana, Is a cousin of ex-Mayor Marshall, and the latter hent him a telegram of congratulations. W. M. Smith, the first drunk to be arrested here since the country went dry, was fined ti In police court Thursday. He refused to tell where he procured the booze. Peter Pickett. IT years of age, who was r.raaultcd on tho Saxton road Tuesday night by S. J. Cltte. U In a dangerous condition and likely to die at any time. Today In Thrift week, Is pay-your-bllls-day, and It should be properly observed. James Gibson, a negro, who helped to hu! away the loot frero the Bock man an MaiMger Hmery days in Jail Thursday, for his part in ihe robbery; J. W. Tracy was dis charged, and Pearl Moore, the other defendant, will have a trial later. The Swonson Construction Co. on Thursday afternoon took out a per mit for the construction of tho West ern Tablet Ccmpany's addition. The permit was fer JJCi.009. In Judge Voriea' division Thursday a jury gave a unanimous verdict against Sirs. .Mary Peterson, who sued L. B. Brady for auto collision damages. Moro than 1,000 motor ear licensed have been taken out so far this year. In St. Joseph. . Frank Tremmel has sued the Wyeth Mfg. Co. for $25,000, alleged damages, claiming that he was hurt lu an elevator. Some Infernal skunk or aggrega tion i f skunks raided the home of Jonas D. Emery of the St. Joseph Hide & Fur Co., and made off with a choice stock of wet goods put aside for a dry day. Anyone who would rob as good natured or as liberal a would steal Iw&ek, U4&.& llQC'flC&Ufid fi( JBmlljJHMftWlJOC Aft4 LS&4A IkcX U Jaui W a neighbor wheru she remained CaVo Liquor bou&c, was given stxt ,oats from a bund mule.