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t- -- THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY; JULY 3, 1926 LOCAL MATTERS OF GENERAL INTEREST Paragraphs Which Tell of tlio Happenings of Local Moment in Greater St Joseph iMiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimmiiitiiiiiiim Anything Which Has Occurred Deserving of Local Notice Can Be Found in These Columns rxt Louis V. Btigall, city counselor, ar gued the cose against the water com pany's proposed Increase In rates be fore the publlo utilities commission U Jefferson City Tuesday. Prohibition enforcement officers .raided a place at 623 Pendleton street Monday and caplured a full grown ell!!, and Incidentally John Plcen, Ico Tonnelll and Joseph Dullca, three Italians who were operating It. The men could not furnish $1,000 bonds, nnd were sent to jail. John Albus rccolvod word Tuesday that Chairman V. Ik Cols of tho Btntp committee would not call that Jjody together for tho present. - Jan.tnon Machine Co, engineers luid machinists' supplies. Shifting, lungers, pulleys. 215 No, 2nd. Adr. Joseph Itamsel of W&thona, and Buslo Paulson of Kansas City gave up 23 In pollco court Tuesday for a too froo indulgence In the Juice of future punishment. Bernard Flynn, a sixteen year old Jjoy, was arrested Monday for driving tx motor car. Thomas Packham, a soldlor from Camp Funston, was arrested hero Tuesday for overstaying his leave. William Pollock 16st his suit In Judge UU' court Tuesday against the Aunt Jemima Mills Co. for 24,000 al leged damages. Tho Automobllo Club has taken the fcnatter up with the authorities rela tive to the candidates covorlng up all lgn boards with their campaign cards. M. J. Downey for beat Plumbing hhd Clas Fitting. 1002 Frederick Ave. Phon 116. Adv. A Long-for-Sonator club will be formed hero in the next few days. UuIs L. Roscle Is pushing the move ment. Breckinridge Long Is expected ;to visit this city In the next week or o. 1 W. C. Wallers of Lincoln, Kai, (died BUddenly on a Great Western train as it was entering this city JMonday. The remains wore taken to iJncoln Wednesday. Rachel Watson sold tho building jnow occupied by the Robinson Heavy 3Iardwaro Co. on South Fourth street to J. R. Hopkins this weol; for $30,-Ji00. One hundred and fifty Ilcrro Haute, 2nd., Bhrlners stopped at the Union Station Wednesday, for a short stay, on their return from tho Portland convention. Marry for wealth, happiness. Hun dreds rich, attractive, congenial, will ing to wed. Photos free. Mrs. Warn, 218 H Templo St, Los Angeles. Col. (Advt) At tho solicitation of a Commerco Club committee Wednesday, tho county court agreed to Increase the contribution to the welfare board ,from 312,000 to 218,000 per year. Gottfried Sehcnck, a well known ijlarmor residing near Amazonia, died HTuesday night. i " While returning from Easton Tues day, Prosecuting Attorney Stephen lOwen was caught In a water filled ditch Into which his machine skidded Land had a narrow escape from sarlous consequences. Tho email boy and his larger rela tives, all of whom have feared that ..this city will be passed up by tho clr- hpii this year, will -bo satisfied now Uiliat the announcement Is made that jlliere will ho three different shows latere this scuson. Mcterhotfer Undertaking Co. pre- tUtnta character, service and consider ation. Ninth and Felix. Phone V. Itt. Adv. f Tho highest stage of the Missouri JJhero, so far this season, was reached Tuesday, when the gauge registered JO feet 3 Inches above low water toork. Mm. Eugene Roseburg. wife of Lclilef deputy Roseburg; of the circuit .clerk's office, left this weelr for a It with her son Archie at Hampton. New Hampshire. Her son Is In charge of the Boston & Maine railroad Inter ests at that point Sneak thieves stole three watches and a miscellaneous assortment of Jowelry from the J. W. Dalton home, 624 South 16th street, Monday night. Rock Undertaking; Co. Lady at tendant, til Frederick avenue. Adv. Mrs. Augusta W. Connor, who was born In this city sixty-four yoars ago, died Tuesday. ' A heavy shower fell Tuesday after noon and materially reduced the tem perature. Some hall also fell but did little damage. Dr. Harry Abramson of St John's Now Brunswick, public health com missioner of that province, is the guest of his father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. J. L Abramson, 408 South Twelfth. The concrete for the first floor of tho big addition to St Joseph Hos pital has been poured, Tho automobllo club directors have asked the county highway engineer to see that all of tho road overseers drag the county roads aftor each rain. Tho June term of circuit court will end about July IS. Everything you need for any kind of Painting, Wall paprr. Chandleo'a Paint St Glass Co, 417 Edroond street AdV. After a quarrel with her husband Monday, Mrs. Pearl Reld attempted suicide, but madea poor shot and only Inflicted a flesh wound in her right shoulder. John S. Van Arb lost his damage suit against the city In circuit court Tuesday. Jcsslo I. Wheeler Tuesday sued the street railway for (10,000 alleged damages from a fall from a car. Farmers aro now cutting wheat, which la of a superior quality. Mrs. Minnie Ochse, who had resid ed in Andrew county for more than fifty years, died at her daughter's rcsldonce near Clarksdale Monday. Don Riley's Motor Inn. Storage and Vest repair department In city. la dles' rerft room and free check room In congestion. Seventh and Jul -Adt W. A. Wood, who was a candidate for the legislature from the Fourth district got cold feet this week and stepped out of the race. Cyclo officers were Instructed Mon day to arrest all minors found driv ing -cars. F. S. Johnson, foreman of a wire stringing crew for the Postal Tele graph Co, was knocked senseless by u grounded wire, while working In South Park Monday. Ho recovered. NOTICE Save all rags. Iron, books, magazines and all kinds of waste paper, as prices are very high. Don't sell before you call us. or write, American Paper Stock Co, Main 3686, 802 South 8th St (Advt.) Miss Anna Alders, sixty years of age, died Sunday. ChrlstopherJesberg, seventy-nine years of age, an old veteran who fought all through the civil strife. In Stoneman's cavalry, died Monday wxmsm w y.JILx.flL .f JLH a7 5G00 Mile Guarantee ft. UMlQtMUUM M LW faLO h.iha fft"wJ greet mafatten I fM. tir.ii with each tin 30x3 $7.50 34x4 111.85 0x3),' 8 CO 34l4,' UJSS 32i3Mj2, 9.70 3Si4H HoO SU4nria00 36x4X 14.8 82l4 11.20 3Sx5 1S.45. 33x4 1LSO 37xS l&SO Rtluwr r With E ry Tin 6UU shtth trtliht ttot tx tliixb doUad. tndUdspi tfaraukti erd J. bUnet C O. U. Jett t CMmiuticu, If yoa Mod foil ktaoosi wUbonfer, dt&M I p- ecM diwooou AKRON RUBBER CO. IU1 yd RftOilt ivpt. jn Chicago, iu. m 133 iwf Began here promptly this morning with a general clearance of seasonable merchandise in- the Basement at sweeping reductions, in cluding Porch and Lawn Furniture, Baby Buggies, Screen Doors, Window Screens, Poultry Netting, Electric Fans, Hammocks, Fruit Jars, Canning Supplies, Cut Glass, Lawn Mowers, Thermos Bottles, Child's Automobiles, kiddie Kars, etc. As the quantities are limited . in many of these articles, it will be decidedly to your advantage to make early choice. Baby Carriages Reduced Our Celebrated Lloyd Make, Marked at Decided Savings in the July Sales This beautiful Wicker Stroller, with rubber tires, reclining back, and foot rest, remov able top; natural color; collapsible, to take l. $16.00 Another beautiful model (like cut), natural and gray finish; rubber tires, reversible top; some have reversible body; upholstering to match color of body; regular prices, $'0 and?38; ). KA (HOO CA sale at. ti)jUfJJ and 4?eJJ.U.l on 3 tliBniT-TC'ZvvVrvCvA m Velocipedes Steel and rubber tiros, heavy or light frames, adjustable leather Beats, reversible tread els. On eale at the following reduced prices: $3.50, (4.35, J1.50, $4.75, $4.80, $5.25, S5JJ0, $5.80, $0.15, $0.75, S0.U0, $T.40, $7.50, $8.25. uywu I Child's Automobile E Specially reduced to $10.50 an $13.15 THE ORIGINAL KIDDIE KAR E Specially reduced for the July Sales to Camp Stools Made of stout, heavy, hard ma ple, natural finish, carpet seats, regularly $1.60. Special In the July Sale, QQ each .i;Ov Hammocks Hammocks are a very scarce ar ticle and priced very high If. bought on today's market. These we offer In the July Sales are at the old prices and wonderful r..$2.50to$10 Lawn JMtowers All our standard mikes reduced for this sole aa. follows: Regularly $S.0e, Bale Trice ........ -r-j .$65 Regularly $10.00 Bale Price wm 7,75 Regularly $11.00, 8aU Price . - "Carrtj Ycrar tench? Then you need an HUNCH KIT ITS Guaranteed tbeanmfirodadi MAO mf AMzmot Keeps tench dean, fresh sad toons tnoaga not eaten u Ul hours alter being pocked. MlCY-nOT Bottlaheldla Um vppr cuunmt tment el Kit orarlda. . itniBlif hot drink erf ec.cr(xmora tc. eoid C ui ICnMIOTtBBshXIt. It mll..nyautnOQy.adcrf yoo m Iwtterlaaaa tnode. Wew nrntaTttjUmU ICY- uui imm uu ana 1CT-UVT Steamer Chairs Made of hard maple, natural fin- lsh, riveted and bolted together, E striped duck upholstering, col- lapsible to dimensions of S ft. 2 long, 2 ft. wide and 2 Inches thick. They come with or with- out the foot rest. Priced regu- E larly at $2.25 and $3.00. Sale ....$1.39, $1.89 1 VACUUM ICE CREAM FREEZERS l-Quart sire. Priced regularly at $4.00. Sola (An sq price, each........tDO.DO 2-Quart size. .Priced at $S.00. Sale price, each........... regularly $4.68 Jrj JL bJv $1.35 $2.60 $2.10 $3.15 .$8.00 .$9.75 Regular $1.20 Grass Catchers ,.......... .B8c Regularly $12.00. Bate Price -..-. Mason and Economy Fruit Jars E Mason Jars, pints, regularly $1.00. Sale price, 7PC per dozen .....r.... ...:.. fJy E Mason Jars, quarts, regularly $1.10. Sale price, QA E per dozen ,. .........Ox K Economy Jars, pints, regularly $1.40. Sale (T" 1 A price, per dozen.'. tPAAvf Economy Jars, quarts, regularly $1.50. Sale (J"l "IK E price, per dozen.. . M..,.,,tPXtJLtl CANNING SUPPLIES Your choice of caps, for Economy, Kerr or Mason inrR nnrml rfrrn!.irlv nt 35c. at. ner dozen. . . .28c jMk'fv Lids for Kerr or Mason Yn(V10 iarsat, per dozen 13c m VOMCJCANHMa or 2 dozen for 25c "XO RUBBR.mNQ Kerr nnH lUasrin Wide w WM MOUTH , ," . 7" j ,i kAStaST to sxal Mouth Lids, ner doz.. 18c A3W3T.TO OWEN lr 7 Jn,, fnr WW- Oobw nd see eat Km, Thermos Bottles Pints.... $20, $t.7S aiul $-1.00 Quarts. . . .$1.50, $1.75 and $0.00 A complete line of fillers. TUermoa Iiuncli Kits Regularly $4.75, for J.6S With a. Vacuum Freezer you can freeze your Ice cream "while you wait" In other words. It freezes itself. All you have to do is to put the necessary Ingre dients in tho freezer It does tho rest. 2-Qtuu-t Acme Ice Cream Free. " Priced regularly at $1.(0. Sale Price, p- - g " .tbi.iy "Polar Club" Electric Fan Specially reduced for the July Sale. -lnch size, priced regularly at $6.60. Sale flf Price 3)D.40 '$ HOLDERS &fc BABY'S PLAY YARD Made of hard wood, natural finish; size 4 feet square. Priced E regularly at $4.98. Sale Price, mn aq jMbe&L l ffc Mff 1L ru c xs$ - "Iiandy" Fruit Jar Holders (As Pictured.) Put up six In a carton for 50o 2k, 10c tassi. 3s?' AIR. OHSHXAM(TAB9 ICED Tll TUSIIIUntS Set Consisting of Six Tumblers. Heavy, per set 75c, $1.38, $1.13 IJght, per set.... $1.08 Ktched. per set... $2.00 Lace Ktched, per set $3.33 Sorosis Shoes for Women r rJL-j Pit i sssy. VrWsssBsssssssHsEMEBh( Radically reduced for quick clearance. Folding settee (as pictured), hard maple back and seat, natural wood finish, frames enameled green; strongly made and bolted together, folds up flat, 3yi ft. long; priced reg ularly at $2.69. j- AQ Sale price tpJLeTcO Rock Elm Bent Wood Settee 1 The best Bench on the market. Stronkly built and nicely finished tn H green enamel. A ft. size, regularly $7.15. for $5.08 E 5 ft. size, regularly $S.2S, for . $0.08 E COT GUIS! WATCH Sl.T, $1.98 Set consists of 6 tumb lers and one good sized pitcher. In a selection of different cuttings; pric ed regularly at $2.40; Tuly Sale price, per set $1.08 Roller Skates Rail bearing, self-retaining balls, best roller sVate on the market, priced ccgularly at $3.00. Spe cial, per pair .$2.69 Screen Doors In natural wood, black or green finish. Crossbar, fan and panel effect, or long panel frames. Ti Inch and IVi Inch thick. All styles In the following sizes: 2-6x 6-6 ft.. 2-8x6-8 ft., 2-lOxS-10 ft. and 1x7 ft. Regular price range. J3.1C, $3.50, up to $6.10. Sale price ranga, $2.25, $2.85 up to $5.00, g&&; nl& Hi BrgB SZMmfllimV Window Screens Three sizes 18. 24 and 20 inches high; all sizes ad Just to 33 Inches wide. Natural Wool Frames Regularly 60c, 76c and it. Sale price... 51c, C6c, Hlc Steel Frames Regularly 7So, 90c and $1.20, Sale price 06c, 75c, $1.05 AH kinds and sizes corre spondingly reduced for the July Sale. Latest Pictorial Patterns and Publications iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiliiliilititiiiitiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiifiiiiiiiiiitiiiitiiifiiiiiiiiiftifiiiiiiiiii itiiitntiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiii. itiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiitiitiitiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiifiiiitiiiiiiiiiitiiiiitiiiiiiitiiiiiii morning;, after an illneaa of some duration, lie was burled with mili tary honors Wodnesday. The city firemen have asked Mayor Marshall for a raiso in salary, and he has promised to get It tor them It he can find the money. The city weed cutting gang Is busy In the residence section, On Monday Collector Porter Srita mailed checks segregating $66,290JiO to those Income tax payeru who had paid before the amount waa cut down , Council of People of African Descent by the supreme-court'decislon. 'convention at Los Angeles Sept. 26- II. Stevenson, a street railway line man, was severely burned Sunday af ternoon by a live wire Mrs. Matilda Reld; wife of Walker Reld, died suddenly of apoplexy at her home. 916 North Twontleth btrcet, Monday. Mrs. W. 8. Carrion has beeen ap polntd by GmvOardner as a de!gate to Uia Industrial aud Coiumercil Justice Wilson held Tearl Gray, I'earl Anderson and Julia Palmer, all colored, to the criminal court Mon day, charged with .trongarmliig Will lam Miller out of $11.50 on Messanle street Sunday ulgbt. Sam Svelotf lias filed suit against the Todd8unxhlne Coal Co. for $5,009 damagtM, aliasing one of the firm's coal driver vau&ed the boy to fall under the wheels of his wagon, seri ously Injuring him. The Mueller-Keller Candy Co. has Increased Its capital stock from $S00, 000 to $387,000, and filed notice of extension of the life of the company to July 19, 1930. Sam Rice was arrested Sunday for assaulting Frank McFarland of Falls City with a blackjack. John Downey's Mechanics State Dank was r-ir ushered into its new quarters at Fifth and Francis Mon day, and is now going ahead with in creased business. Pearl B. ILtwklns was dtrrved fiom Robt. K. Hawkins Monday, Three Ford flivvers were stolen by skunks from D. C. Best. Dean Snyder and Arthur Cacao on Saturday night. The threshers of the county met Saturday at the court house and agreed on a price of I cents per bushel for threshing oats and 10 cents per bushel for thrc hlng wheat. HP" j- .