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JCZFEATS jAUCnr.:ps ;:.eisi3too U '"Plye4 hy Bat - NnUjr and Stepi. T M to LImellcht. , fctal to The Argus.) r.- Nnr. hi niiuwa r awralded' as champions of '1 mmiTi mci. iikii niiciiuv, - 1. - t. -Ma .1 t A " "' A "V" V, a I I e wsitewaau cuu ui , Tkey played real football t way, making good gains at with pines and were good on jsf punts- bnt they "" kZatt a scrappy team which a as in fighting qualities what aiaam weigm, t ,i J Wan were in ui amo an ith and Vor- . kaw ne the strongest. To- ji tatend toe locals piayea ine v ' . .. . . . . ' -a SlM BOSl OI toe iinic auu wero 1 lawr or nnomer toucn- r,, aiwSn penalized 15 yards for b l trawd pushlnR oyer the line -.fj the field. Before they cqiild, I , mm the loss, the halt ended; i Ike game was orer. njftag the lirst quarter . Aieno with tno wina usuany, ea the first play, keeping ' flail well down into, the ene-i ,1T imniWl J. aucj wcm tuui u i. amns uy several peuamvB, 1 K Of IB yaras, miiiciea on i ib- I M.- TIW end of the first period; t a bi lth neither side scoring. On J i k flrtt play of the second quar ' fi (Dorothy intercepted a pass and M m ne return. Boon ssiepn- .u. Kir. K.,r r. Kunm " -1 iuru wh ch thpv rerained. iVf vard. Aledo received fjJTU? and Taftr m l t Dorothy earned a pass over points and addednother by -u Stct kick. The halt ended with- t ttfirther scoring. k tke third quarter Dorothy in- m nama a pass ana tiiepnens J sK sfterwards went over for the ' r ssa snd last touchdown of the 0f The fourth quarter, went ir without either side scoring j Ji Mlh the crowd probably cost c( mAS, nntn tha field after re. SITt r . 8 ITirno , I '"'"" LK....... Hawks , ,V Anderson . Sabbath Thompson ...QB ... Dorothy ...iH. ...... Johnson ,...RH...... Stepheps FB...'.. Gustafson Utree Young, Galesburg; lm- k Harbour, Aledo. 2ISSHD? BRINGS PHYSICIANS TO MOTHER'S SIDE (Special Correspondence.) Prephetstown, Nov. 25. Mrs. ict Baldwin, wno receuuy . ue ee a mother, waa stricken with nlytts Thursday afternoon. Spe- Ufts from Chicago were rusaea ler bedside by airplane, roe Ay. which is the third child, is Voit a serious condition. VALLEY AID PUNS DEC. 9 EVENT (.(Special Correspondence.) Can Valley, Nov. 25. rians for annal bazar and supper to be I Saturday- evenine. Dec. 9, by kits' aid society of the Luth- ctrarch were made at the I yesterday afternoon at the C Mrs. John Sievers. Many for the sale were com- MENUS WILL BE SUBJECT GLNGTON MEET -JffitacUI Correspondence.) IUton, Nov. 25. Mrs. Charles IMford will be hostess to the I 5.''r,la unit next Tuesday aft I The topics for discussion preparing poultry for table l Mitable Christmas menus. Ciafies Bur will be the lead- Atlk will be given by Miss Alien, home advisor. Pre fer the year will be distrib ute session. HSRPT.AfTRTi i3 0SION CLUB LAKE Ujjiedal Corerspondence.) Nov. 25. Messrs. W. H. Charlie Gustafson, For (VM and Miles Keel went vyton Thursday and re JJf the evening with over " of the sanfieh. blue gills, JJnd bass varieties tor the rtwntryclub lake. I yll! SETS WJ. vjyedai correspondence.) ?r "or. 25. The annual sale faaUiodtat church which was t2rtay 4fternoon and eve vM attended by large crowds, ds of the day amounted ISmTHE GREY FOX. St1 Correspondence.)- ; f raJtey, Nov. 25. -A grey fox td in the barn at the H. I 2! ne"r th Sackville coal .IIII? Md was detained there Aparlck ...XT. 'U sttl ......... LG. !; Mmtf ,"t:-..c. :; Iw C .;.... RG. ' .Emm RE. Aledo Chcrch Hotes Baptist-Sunday sdiool'tt 10 a. m. iter. E. A. ' Oiltaore, district superintendent, will speak at 11 a. m a y. p. U,, t p. a. star. Gilmore will apeak at the En on church in the evening. ' Swedish lalhatia p. p. Domeij, pastor. Sunday school at : a. m. Preaching, service in Swedish at 10:45 a. m. Junior mission band program in the evening at 7. First FrerterUB pp. A. & At rick. pastor. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Morning service at 11. Eve- w"l ' b t wuvu lov wivr ' " ' TnUmA rN.hvt.t... t n n, widely known Aledo fair. The J toaS! will be held Tuesday tat . k'VJi.LwE tool at 10, the court bousebeing called for 1 a. to. Morning service at 11. p. m.' A di8aatr0ug Hre Ju,t ajter Young 'People sheeting at ( p. m. the close of the 1920 fair and n E.ening serrice and sermon at 7.faTOrab,e weather during tha mi lt...l , ... t SUSS .TlCUiXlUBl B1UQBT A. IjUUl" ne, paaior. ouauay scaooi ai iu a. m M orning serrice at 11, worth league at 6 n.. m. Evemnir serrice at BURGESS BANK CASHIER FOUND III MEXICO CITY , . , . n,. , , s.,.. ""c l" - abonts l L, L Frost , . rmnM. A. Aledo.-Nov. 25. A telegram . 1 1 f h . : Burgess Farmers' bank, who nasi been missing since Thursday, today revealed hia whereabouU. The wire was sent to a brother-in-law at fiaiBshnrff and reouested that ! the sum of 25 be sent to New Al-,it hi.nnprnii. nw Mexico- A lapse of memory, brought! the annual meeting, thresh out any about by poor health, which he has differences and start boosting for suffered for some time, is reBpon-jthe 1923 fair., sible for Mr. Frost's disappearance. ' Officials jof the bank state that his i accounts are in perfect shape. Hej apparently had no business or iam Hy trOUDiea Telegrams were sent to officials at Albuquerque to detain Mr. Frost Uni in M-janno in that r tv tn nrn- . - . . " " Dunlan I rive- W- N- Hunter. lose- trieni r ' inHpfsnn ' of the missing man, left today for Anaerson... . , r , . on .i ,i ! New Mexico. Frost is 30 years old and has a wife and two children, How Mr. Frost got so far from! home is a mystery, as he had only $10 when he left Burgess MISSION BAND OF LUTHERAN CHURCH TO GIVE PROGRAM (Special to The Argus.) Aledo, Nor. 25. An interesting program will be given Sunday night by the junior mission band of the Swedish Lutheran church at the church. Features of the enter tainment) will be the in-gathering of the niite boxes and the award ing of the lire membership in the missionary society. Songs, reci tations and instrumental numbers will make np the program. APOLLO QUINTET CONCERT WILL BE LYCEUM OFFERING ( Special to The Argus.) Aledo, Nov. 25. The next num ber of (he winter lyceum course sponsored by the local Legion post comes Monday evening, when the Apollo quintet will give a con cert at the First Methodist church. The musical company is under the direction' of Arthur Wells,- a well known musician, and the others of the company are reported to be players of high ability. Bassoon and aloppophone numbers feature tbetr programs. E. H. BJORKMAN IS RECOMMENDED TO HEAD KEWANIANS (Special to The Argus.) ilarin 'nr SS Tha nominating committee of the Kiwanis club have returned the following recom mendations for the coming year's officers: - ' ' President E. H. Bjorkman, Aledo. Vice president H- L. Thornton, Millersburg. Treasurer E. W. Lewis." The secretary- will be selected by the executive committee. SEATON CLUB HOLDS GUEST DAY AFFAIR (Special Correspondence.) Seaton, Nov. 25. Guest day was observed Thursday by the J9t-;lschool Thursday afternoon. Miss Mrs-John pung. Erie, was Uk Mere dlub. which met at the homeTH , PeterMn 0f Davenport gave,?n worse Thursday riigbt. and her of Mrs. George Henry. Each mem-f h pntartalnment. husband was called. On Friday ber brought a guest and a company of 42 enjoved the meeting ana splendid dinner. In a Thanksgiv ing dinner contest Mrs. Roy Kin-namon-and Mrs. Chauncey Boggs won first prises. Mrs. Elmer wai tr and Mrs. Emma Spence won consolation prises. ' SEATON DEFEATS Sjjppp AT?T QUINTET (Special- Correspondence.) - vm 93 Tn a haakat- half game Played here last night! of aprons and all kinds of fancy ClLEr h- local school baaket;work,inclndlBgabakeaala. They tosser. d the Beaton faOon.iw serve ff the latter won the contest with a cookies.. The sale wUl begin at 3 score of 23 to 16. - ' Ucck- the latter won the contest EVERY CITIZEN IS illVITEDTO FAIR UEETIKG CrlUeha. JExsaetai at Aaaaal 8a. sloa ef A. Society; Pay ' tM efDebt (Special to 11m Argus.) Aledo, No.- 25. An - unusually; targe attendance u espaeteel at the Annual MMt U st . VI ... organization iWhien controls the meeting threw the society into debt s u oV ttn (UU1 h,. .11 nremium. for 192L The socletvi Ep-.tUtatoS. WI tTr . . nrniv fairs lost mnnn nr hmk i 11,7 u. i fii. l 1j' i , 6,000 through a July Fourth cele bration. . Considerable criticism has been directed against the 1922 manage ment and this is expected to be evi dent at the annual meeting . to which erery citizen is entitled to at tend and hare a voice in the pro ceedings. There are no Itockhold ers in the local fair but the offi cers and board personally stood back of the indebtedness and nat urally would be glad to either see the society out Of debt or be re lieved of the responsibility. Last fall the attendance was about 25, 000 and the fair was a success in many ways although there were numerous obstacles to be orer- came - i. v v- TT l" "fs &lu"u w 7 an InsUtution and Ara7J?5 i ly large exmm ana crowos "om outside its boundaries and the , county as a whole works to make , a success And the management desires that all interested attend SHERRARD MAN ANSWERS GALL (Special Correspondence.) Sherrard, Nov. 25. William Nim rick, aged 3, passed away at 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon, fol lowing an illness of six months' rduration. Mr. Nimrick had been a resident of Sherrard for 24 years. He was born July 1, 1859, near Milan. He was united In marriage to Miss Augusta Fall of Opheim, April 23, 1891. Besides the widow, he is survived by an adopted daughter, Roberta.. Three broth ers, Luther, Jack and Ouy, all of Swedona, and four sisters, Mrs. Sadie Pomoroy, East Moline; Mrs. Maude Shroyer, East Moline; Mrs. May McNeal, Matherville, and Mra Relln Sullivan. East Moline. also survive. His parents and one'MTT.AN C. "R. SOCTRTV brotner and sister preceded nun in death. Funeral services will be held at 10 o'clock Monday morning from the home. Rev. A. C. Freden of the Orion Lutheran church, will of ficiate. Burial will be in the Swe dona cemetery. LUTHERAN PEOPLE SURPRISE COUPLE WEDDED 25 YEARS (Special to The Argus.) Aledo, Nov. 25. Members of the congregation of the Swedish Luth eran church last evening staged a surprise party on Mr. and Mrs. C. I E. Bjorkman. 503 South Hemlock street. The occasion was m honor ; picture given at the Cordova Com of their silrer wedding anniver- ' inanity high school Friday even- sary. The. company called at the ing was entitled "Uncle Tom With home In a body. In remembrance out a Cabin," accompanied by a of the occasion, Mr. and Mrs.! comedy. The Rock Island high Bjorkman were presented with a chest of silver. SABBATH SCHOOL WORKERS GATHER AT ALEDO CHURCH (Special Correspondence.)'. Aledo, Nov. 25. Over 150 Sunday school workers from Mercer coun- ty gathered at a banquet Thursday church in Aledo. F" H1i of New Windsor presided. Kav. R. W. Bahcock of Moline gave a splen- did addiess. - Talks wera also gireniThe C09t wil be aboat ?100; Three the county. ATKINSON CLUB -t WOMEN GUESTS AT SCHOOL CONCERT ' . (Special Correspondence.) Atkinson, Nov. 25. Members of the Woman's club were entertained - mnaial APfurram at tha hivh The H. B. P. Card club met Thursday evening with Mr. and M a H-n. Rfin. Refr,hmftnts wwe 7-rTed T aid 500 played. Anclu ere,oped all-dav auiltinr was held yester- ' n, ha kmna nf lira KVpd PptAr. son. AXXriL SALE. (Special Correspondence.) Geneseo, Nov. 25. Saturday, Dec. 2, the ladies of tha First Methodist , church will hold their annual sale lIAriDISFOUCO; ID IS DLAQ Heary A, BatBgartaer Fairs .e . Kceagllto Wife a4 CliMrei; , ' . lmgtt to Math. (Special Correspondence.) ' Shefftelo1. Not. 25. -Henry A. Baumgartner, ' who disappeared Tuesday while working on a farm near Mineral,' was found yesterday after a three-day search extending oter Rock- Island, Henry and Du reau counties. Banmgdrtner Is a tictin of men- He appeared to have completely lost his mind and was unable to recognise hi wife and two children., Searchers who navw osmfeed tbe countryside for mile? around Min eral found the lost man 10 mil?"" from the farm which he left sud denly on Tuesday afternoon. He was -wandering About .In an aim- ,UB . . . . "u mirTwT." t the Baumgartner was taken to the joaumganner, 2508 . Eighteenth street A, Moline. Four of Bamngartner's sisters reside In Moline. They are Mrs. Barbara Tag ge, Mrs. Ellnore Crane, Mrs. George Daebelliehn and Mrs. John Engstrom. Fanners residing near Mineral declare Baumgartner was working tn a field when he suddenly picked up his coat, walked toward the road and disappeared. FINAL SERVICES FOB MBS. JENSEN, KILLED BY AUTO (Special Correspondence.) Sheffield, Nov. 26. Mrs. Jennie Jensen of Chicago, a former resi- dent here, was struck by an auto- mobile while crossing the street SanA eTenlng gnd so seriously iBjure, u, she died an hour later of ih...t... i n were Sheffield and fu . k t ,u. neral services were held at the grave' in the Sheffield cemetery Thursday morning at 10 o'clock. Burial was made in the Thomas Elliott family loU W. S. GARRIGAN OF G ALVA WEDS EMMA PETERSON (Special Correspondence.) Galva, Nov. 25. Miss Emma Pe terson and W. Stanley Garrigan, both of Galva, were united in mar riage Wednesday evening at the Congregational church parsonage. Rev. Lanhsm officiated. The at tendants wera William - Garrigan and Miss Esther Larson. The bride ware afdatk brown duvetyn trav eling suit and hat to match. The bride is a daughter of Au gust Peterson. She is a graduate of the local schools and has taught for several years. Mr. Garrigan is the owner and operator of the Galva Ice company. After a wedding trip to Chicago they -will be at home in Galva. ENJOYS RADIO PARTY (Special Correspondence.) Milan, Nov. 25. Miss Bern ice Nice of Milan entertained the mem bers of the C. E. society Thursday evening at a radio party. Various stations in the United States were Heard from. Refreshments were served. ISLAND ORCHESTRA FURNISHES MUSIC AT SCHOOL MOVIE (Special Correspondence.) Cordova. Nov. 25. The moving school orchestra, consisting of 28 pieces, furnished the music CEMETERY FENCE IS NOW ASSURED: CONTRACT IS LET (Special Correspondence.) Albany, Nov. 25. The new fence for the enclosing of Oak Ridge itmdanr i a nnw on aravdil f tha contract having been let by the committee this week. It will not be The cost will be about 31,000. Three of the four pillars for Dame plates have been sold at $25 each to W. S. Rosenkrans, Mrs. James Burnett and Mrs. Clara Graves of Rock Is lad. x . Jtits. Hixinr ill. (Special Correspondence.) Erie, Nov. 25. Mrs. Frank Ham lin of Moline, who has been in ill health at the home of her sister. ' l". ,. ,JL uer ;?me' Jff. li:i8.?nAhi. n0Pr- . T. appenui Mil' sVl Memcm NassofVezterti. Illinois in Briefs SeatoB Mr. and Mra. Charlie Boock are the parents of a son. bom Nov. 22, at Ue MonneuU tea. pital .- a tv - : a, . - j -Atkinson Edward Catour waa operated on for appendicitis yes terday at the Qeneseo hospital. He ports today state that he is recover, lng nicely. ' v Sherrard Mr. and Mrs. Albert Nelson ara the parents of a daugh ter, born .Friday evening, Nov. 24. This is the second .child. - Annawan Mr. and Mrs. Clar ence Parsons are the parents of a son, born Nov. 23. . Victor De Craene is seriously ill with typhoid fever. Illinois City. Mr. and Mrs. Let ter Sedam are the proud parents of a daughter, born yesterday. The baby ia welcomed by ooe brother. SHEFFIELD HAS SMALLPOX CASE (Special Correspondence.) Sheffield, Nov. 25.--Sheffleld board of health reports Catherine Smith, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Smith, ill with smallpox. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Cecil and baby, liv ing east of town, also have small pox. A child in the Cyril Tillie home, west of town, is ill with scarlet fever. ASK NEW TRIAL IN DENTON CASE (Special Correspondence.) Sterling, Nor. 25. Arguments for a new trial for Blair Denton, found eniiltv nf Tmirdprina- his father-in- law, Ray Sibley, at Erie on Oct 5, win Yu heard hv Juaee narry up wards in the circuit court today. GALVA FARMER TO BE LAID TO REST SUNDAY AFTERNOON (Special Correspondence.) Galva, Nor. 25. Funeral serv ices for William R. Kelly, Galva farmer, who was electrocuted Thnnix will he held at 2:30 -o'clock from the late home tomor row afternoon, interment win oo in the Galva cemetery. Mr. Kelly is survived by his widow and three daughters. He was a member of the Gaira Grange and of the I. O. O. F. lodge. GENESEO JUNIORS WILL CLASH WITH LINCOLN LEADERS (Special Correspondence.) Geneseo, 111., Nov. 25. The Jun inr independent eleven of Geneseo will meet the Lincoln Leaders of Davenport at the Legion field at 2:30 tomorrow afternoon. The 7 Incnln loariprs won from the Shamrock Juniors last Sunday by a score of ti to o. The Shamrock Juniors of Daven port will appear in this city on Thanksgiving day against the Jun ior Independents. The fans of this i games of the juvenile teams with increasing interest. LUTHERAN LADIES MEET ON TUESDAY (Special Correspondence.) Orion. Nov. 25. The ladles' aid j society of the Lutheran church will : hold its next meetina at 2 o'clock 1 Tuesday afternoon. This will be j the last meeting of the year. The ! hostesses will be Mrs. Charles Asp- lund, Mrs. Charles Swanson, Mra Ldther Westerlund, Mrs. Peter Samueison. This society will hold it sannual bazar on Dec 5. Jackson Sale Postponed The sale of John Jackson a Son, which was to have been held at the Jackson Farm, east of New Boston, next Tuesday, Nov. 28th., has been postponed three weeks on account of his herd of Poland's get ting the flu. The 'sale will be held December 19th. (Advertisement.) Eat and Get Thin nii in torninr an old pnre tf about, but modrra methods of reduoat iat hr made thi revision portible. If you ara verfal and atw avena to nhvM.-il wrtton; if you are Ukewias foaa ! of the labte and still want to reduce your ' excess flpsh several pounds, do this: Go to ', yeur druffcist 'Or write the slarmola Com ' amy. 4612 Woodward Avenue. Detroit, Mirb.t and iva oim (or send tbem) ooe !i,r roe this enode&t amount of avnwr j the riruTflst will put you in the way ot ' satisfyiar your ambition for a nice. trim. I ftitn flt-uro. Be will hand you a ease at ' Marmot nssuintion Tableta. (eoppound ted in aeecrdano with the famous Mar ! mola . Prsenptioo. one of whictt you must take after sach meal and at Deaume until you. brfin to lose your 1st steamiy and easily. Then continue tne inatraeai until yur tseitM it what you desire. Jfar aiola Prrsertptioit Tablets are aol oly harmless tout really benefteial la the roa eral health. Tou don't need starvation) "ait or weaUenint; exercises. , Just to oa eannc what you like, leave esnctstaf la the athletes, but take your ultie tablet (aitlifdily. and without a doubt that flabby flesh will quickly take unto itself wine, leaviaa behind it your natural self, aeatly , dathed ia arm flash and trie, muscles. IVORRiED OVER .:o;:ey losses, MAN EliDS LIFE H. C Bttaan, WetT Kaowa White side CoMty Famer, Skaata Self Unit least. ; (Special Correspondence.) ', Sterling, Nor. 25. Despondent over recent financial troubles, H. Oscar lUtanaa, prominent ..and supposedly wealthy farmer - of Whiteside county, ended hia life Thursday night by shooting him self through the heart with a 45 calibre revolver. . At the inquest held Thursday afternoon, th coroner's Jury re turned a verdict of death by his own band.- Mr. Ritsmau was 48 years of age. " After eating his sunDer Thufs-1 aay evening . Kitzmas bathed and went into a spare bedroom where he locked the door. He then lay down on the bed and ahot himself, the bullet passing through his body, the bed and into the floor. His wife and son were in an ad joining room when . the shooting occurred. In a note left by Ritxman to his son, he told of a local real estate dealer stealing over $1,300 from him in one deal. He also told of other financial difficulties. Funeral services will be held to morrow, with borial in the Prairie ville cemetery. RESCHKE COMPANY GOES TO HILLSDALE (Special Correspondence.) Geneseo, Nov. 25. The H. A. Reschke Construction company of this city has move its machinery and mixing equipment to Hillsdale. This company was recently award- led contracts for the construction, of bridges and culverts on the state hard road which will be built be tween Hillsdale and Barstow. Price F.O.B. Detroit Completely Eqmippmd A Wonderful Christmas Gift for Somebody and You Need Not Pay Cash -. - You can buy this car on our Christmas Plan Pay down a little if you wish, then make weekly payments to suit your purse. Get delivery of Sedan Christmas and from then on pay in easy monthly installments. . 9 v HORST & STRIETER CO. Display Rooms Open Evenings :. - -v ciiicaoo LAvmzx MHLL TELL FAULTS of ooNOTrnrnoiT (Special Cerreeaondenee.) Geneseo, Nov. 25. Interest t added to the addrestf ia favor ot the adoption of the aew proposed state constitution by Attorney ChaSlea. e: Sturtx of Kewanee, 11L, at the Geneseo township high school by the announcement of one la op position at 3 o'clock ntxt Wednes ray at Mystic Worker hall, Hon. Clarence D arrow of Chicago, one of the foremost lawyers of this country, will deliver the opposing address. James H. Andrews, mayor of Ke wanee, will also speak. The men and women of Genes-io and vicinity are earnestly urged to come and hear these addresses con cerning a matter in which they are vitally Interested. SERVIGESFOR JOHN E. NELSON (Special Correspondence.) Geneseo, Nov. 25. The funeral ot John Esbeck Nelson whose death occurred at the home of his daugh tetr, Mrs. William Atwood, north ot this city, Tuesday, was held at the Myers Mortuary chapel yester day afternoon. Rev. F. A. Hoerner of the Grace Evangelical church of ficiated. Interment waa in Oak wood cemetery. Mr. Nelson waa a well known resident of this vicinity, having come to Geneseo from Pennsylvania in 1867. He was born in Broust, Denmark, June 6, 1S35, coming to this country in 1861. He waa married to Miss Adeline Lorinda Dewey, June 30, 1869. She preceded him in death 19 years. Mr. Nelson engaged In farming in this vicinity with great success. During the past years he had been invalided and had resided at the home of Mrs. AtWood. Those surviving to mourn his passing are two daughters, Mrs. William Atwood and Miss Mary Nelson of Geneseo and four broth ers, Andrew of Watsonville, Calif.; Lars and Peter o Elkhorn, Iowa, and Martin of Kimballton, Iowa. SEDAN ft Davenport & Muscatine Rock Island & Moline SCOIiTBE i rnn oTir?rnTai ru.fi oiuuluio OPENS DEC. ti PrUeiplH of Fam Wat It Be Of. fere4--0itsi4a TiIUm WD BVr Pali iy CMity. (Soeelal Correspondenoa. : - Geneseo, Nov. XSTse high ' chool agricultural Short eoata will begin Monday. Dec 1L Tha Geneseo high school has the repu tation in school circles ot offering to the boys interested ia famine mm nf ih. aWaf shnrv MinraAS 'fn- agriculture In the state of Illinois. The course consists of farm me chanics, farm woodwork, princtplea ot mechanics and English. Farm machinery will be handled by Stewart West and E. C Bennett The work in farm machinery wilt be carried on at Carl Bros, and the Root company dealers, la farm implements. Principles in farm mechanics will also be taught by Mr. West, who has graduated at the agricul tural college at the University ot Illinois. Farm woodwork will ba taught by John Bond, ot tha manu al training department, and Mrs. J. D. Darnall will ba in charge of the classes in English. The course is ot 10 weeks' dura tion. The tuition of studetrta out side of the township district will be paid by the county. FUNERAL SERVICES FOR MRS. EDWARDS (Special Correspondence.) Geneseo, Nov. 25. The funeral ot - Mrs. Ellwood Edwards, whosg sudden death occurred at her home Wednesday night, will be held at the borne of ber parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Grier on South Oak wood avenue, tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock. - . . .. s Ants had developed their present highly organized society long be fore our ape-like ancestors had settled down into communities.