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THE IEE: OMAHA. SUNDAY. APRIL 23. 1022.
'Motion for New
ftDaiMo Trial May
i Be Heard Monday
1 bbolnrll Wants to Know
What C'auerd Delay in '
Obtaining of Pierce
t - Hrtraelion.
Motion (orn-w trial (or Mike Da
f iiuio, convkird of manslaughter in
the murder of Frank Fogg, veteran
g Omaha druggist, probably will be
9 argued u district court Monday.
X If the motion i overruled Damato
jj will be sentenced, according to
cTJounfy Attorney fchotwell.
H Hidavit from Frank 1'ierte. itar
witness for the stale in the Damato
3 . trial, and Iter nil o Wiler, another
state witness at the trial, will be ex
A I'.ibtted in uport oi the inotion for
m a new trial, according to Joseph M.
2 Lovely, Damato't attorney.
V "I have had no time to so care
X fully over these aftidavits, laid
3L MioUell this morning. "But it
C odd that it took 10 lone to Eft them.
I understand thry are from only two
persons, 1'irrce and this Wilcr
"Why All the Delay?"
' "This cae was tried in February,
Why all the delay in setting these
X affidavits? What pressure was
l.rnuirlir tn firar? Thr will h the
question to be inquired into carefully
when we argue the new trial mo
5 In an affidavit from Tieree. now in
s2 an insane ayltnii at Topeka, Kan.,
the former witness states he bclievri
f Damato knew nothing about the kill
me of Fogg and now feeli that Da
mato "has wrongfully been convicted
.rand principally on my evidence given
, "at the trial, for it it my firm eonvic
, lion ow that he is innocent of any
connection with the 1-ogg murder,
The Wilcr woman in her affidavit
drclarea he "did nof.kno'w anything
whatever about theacts of the mur
der and robbery of Frank Fogg ex
cept a told to me and prompted by
Detective rntz r ranks and JJctec
tive Walston." t
She alleges the never lived in Oma
ba and was coerced into testifying
against Damato by promises she
would be freed from a Missouri te-
formatory where she was serving for
grand' larceny. .
Little Damage Done to Fruit,
Belief Freezing Tempera
tures in Northwest.
. , " T. t.v.T'':...:
Washington, April; .S2frrost oc
curred las(Bljht .InslhfAthrtSc
coast wctiVarf'T5 Indiana and Ohio
and as far south as northern Vir-
ginia, reports to the weather bureau
today said, but officials expressed the
belief that generally little damage
was done to frull. -t
Temperatures: around the freezing
point were reported ironi me wnoie
northeastern' quarter of the 'country,'
ranging as low is 24 ""degrees at
Northfield, Vt., ' and Binghamton,
The amount of damage caused 'to
fruit will not be ascertainable by the
Department of Agriculture, officials
said, until early next week, when de-
, tailed reports will be available from
all sections. : -
Belief was expressed by all officials
that- considerable damage was caused
in orchards on high land. . '
Another frost, probably not ' as
heavy as that of last night, was fore
cast for the northern Atlantic section,
the eastern lake region and the upper
Ohio valley. Warmer weather, how
ever, is in prospect,, as. shown by
higher temperatures in Illinois and
to the westward.17 , '
Benefit Play to Be Given
at Creighton Auditorium
j j The Pajo Players will present
three-act farce comedy, "A .Poor
Married Man," at, Creighton audi
torium, May 2' and 3, for the benefit
of a new parochial school to be
erected in St. Patricks parish, Four
teenth and Castclar streets.
Leading Voles will be played by
Margaret Brennan. Mayme Naiberg,
Alice Thomas, Madeline O'Grady,
Anselm F. Cerney, Peter J. Kleine,
Charles Moore and Dave Shanahan.
Midshipmen Will Attend
; Dedicarionof Memorial
' Annapolis, Md., April 22. Per
mission has been granted for a de
tachment of 130 midshipmen to take
part in ceremonies in Washington
next Thursday," in connection with
the dedication of the Grant memor
ial. A similar body of West Point
cadets will attend. '
Generally Fair, Predicted
for Week Beginning Monday
Washington, Aprilr' ,22. Weather
outlook for the. week; beginning Mon
day: Region' fcf ' the ; Great Lakes,
upper Mississippi, apd lower -Missouri
valley,. Rocky mountain and plateau
regions, P4.dtates, generally
fair Jind- a$rtnf "fetBipetature. -.
Xlittotn htlMry.v.MtV $ ioVt:
Msrah.lltown;'-, rtr - to c: H.piaa.
rd Rapid lelnltyi' rod ar. lmprov
inr; not muddy, -bt WT' tovtni -A- good
number of par. .cent through .from that
point yosterday; - V-
IJficotn -weM Kod. good' to
Or.nd Irlnul and w.t. . N ,
O. U. . hitJway: Bocdi good to H.t
inaa and wt- ' . T . .
Hifhl.nd -Cataft: Bold. fair. .. .
rornhoslrer hinKway: Road fal to food.
o street rod: Oood. , ,' ...;
S. T. A. road: Good.
1 Omha-Topka highway: Kotd. food.'
Ctorgo ' Washington highway: . Road.
god to Sloui City. - ' -
-Black Hill.-Trail: Road. . good to or
fcllf J ...
King of TMtla. north: Road, good with
xfeptles of fw rough .trrtchea
Kl ptJTtaila, touth: Road, -flna ta
Hiawatha.' " v - ' '
Custer BattWfleld highway: Road, gaoa
through Iowa, Improving rapidly through
ttlrar to IUr road: Soma road work,
but road, good to-Doa Moinea. East roada
improving rapidly. Iowa City- raporta-,
hi m.m roada hava bota draggad ana
Whit Pol road: Road work 11 mllea
east of Council Bluff, aad extending Into
Oakland: road . work. Anita to Adair.
Othrrwlaa road flna. Xaat of D. Motne.
road, fair to good. -
r. 0."A. Shortlin: Road good.
Flu Graaa road: Good to Ottumwa.
Weather -reported clear at every point.
ith InrtdicUaiui for continue eitar ana
"Sure, Let 'Em Sing,"
Says Dying Soldier
of Howard dee Club
Wtahington, April 2.', When the
Harvard Clre club made rounj of
the soIJier hospitals here Thur.day
and did its beat to cheer the way for
the sick end disabled it came to one
where wldier of the Legion lay
.here wai some question t to
whether the club ought to sing with
the somber spectre of death hover
ing so near. Somebody suggettetd
that the deiiaion be made by the tick
"Sure, let 'cm sing," said he with
a pale,, wan smile. It will be
happy memory to carry croi with
me. ' ,
So the club gladdened the invalid
with song i ana harmony for an hour
and none rcpondcd to the ray of
sunahine more eagerly than the dying
Yesterday lp was still alive and
the doctor says that maybe he won't
die for . some time. '
" Rum Permit Suit
Pharmacist Who Sued Dry
Chief Also Denied 192f
;'r f Alcohol.
Francis J. Dunn, Grand Island
druggist, yesterday lost bis suit to
compel U. S. Rohrcr, prohibition di
rector, to issue him alcohol on his
lie also waj denied a 1922 permit
by Commissioner llaynes in Wash
ington, J. C Kinsler, I'nited States
attorney, told federal Judge Wood
"L)unn withdrew more alcohol the
first -six months of 1921 than he was
entitled to for 1921 and 1922." said
Kinsler: "Besides that, a federal
agent submitted evidence that Duijn
Judge AVoodrough ruled he bad
jurisdiction in the case, . since, the
commissioner in Washington had fc
nied Dunn a permit.
A feature of the hearing was At
torncy James H. Hanley s motion
that the judge cite Rohrer for con
tempt of court for recommending
Dunn a permit to be revoked while
the case.was pending. Hanley pre
ceded Rohrcr as prohibition direc
Judce Woodroush refused to en
tertain the motion.
Five Die as Result of
Downey, Cal., Gas Blast
Los Angeles, ' April 22. Five
deaths were reported early today in
hospitals1 at Downey nd Artesia,
near here, as a result of the explosion
yesterday morning of a gasoline tank
and gasoline tank wagon while scores
were hghting a hre tn a gasoline fill
ing station at Downey. Five others,
seriously burned, were reported in a
critical x condition at hospitals in
Downey nd here. . . ;
The; dead are: .;
; William C. Tarpis of Lancaster,
Walter" L. Ilulley, druggist. 3a.
Lester K. Johnson, student, 16,
Downey. , '
Edward Vandegnft. retired. 58,
Downey. ' ' ,
Clyde Wierbach, clerk, 30, Downey.
Auditorium Proposed as
Soldier Memorial Here
The Municipal auditorium to be
made over as a soldiers' memorial.
;This proposal was made, by James
Collins, chairman oi the American
Lesion s clubhouse committee, at a
meeting of. the legion s .executive
board last weeek.- : "' 'r
'A new memorial building would
more or less duplicate the present
structure. Besides, it is not advisable
to launch a campaign for funds for a
new building now," Collma reported.
He recommended necessary legal
steps should be taken to have the
city of Omaha give the present un
completed building; as a memorial to
patriotic organizations. !-: .
"A hond issue fo remodel and com
plete it would then; give it the facil
ities contemplated Dy tne memorial
building," he;said. ; ' ; '
Glee in Auto Joy Rides
Motor Can Multiply;
Movies Become Rage :y. ;
Discovered in i China
Washington, April 22-Brigbt
lights, joy rides and the movies
have made a hit in China, Lynn
W. Meekins, trade commissioner,
reported from Shanghai today.
"The Chinese," he aaid, "are
just as fond of the white lights
as the most exuberant Broadway
crowd; ' The joy ride, too, made
an immediate hit in China, and .
motor cars are being , multiplied.
Trij, Critfle are art MtthriMaatU! '
over' motion pictures that they
.have begun producing films them
selves." . i :
Business concerns in China are
looking, forward to improved con
ditions "if the rather threatening
military developments fail to prove
serious," according to Julian Ar
nold, commercial attache at Pe
Usual spring buying in north
China and the upper Yangtze reg
ions, he reported, is being inter
fered with by the political situa
tion, but' with steady improve
ment generally in business and in
the ports elsewhere, old stocks are
being gradually liquidated. Gen
eral, financial conditions during
the 'first month of spring were
satisfactory, he added, money
easy, and a fall in exchange antici
pated in. many quarters.
Writ m t4ar and I will tend yon fr-
trial of my mild.- toothing, guaraatd
treatment that will prort it. Stop th
itching and hali permanently.. Send bo
any jott writ ma that ia ail yira
nave to do. Address
a Dr. CANNADAY,
ZUS rark Square Sedelia, Ma.
Development IntereaU of Bur
Iington Launch Publicity
Campaign to Show Ke
The farm land development inter
eiti of the Burlington (Colo.) qk
trict are starting a publicity cam
paign. It purpote is to revive inter
ttt in land invettmentt in gentral and
to emphasize the advantages of their
sertion based on present conditions.
During 1919-20 more land was sold
broke and put into crop in the -Uur-
Iington district. than any other similar
area in.the middle west, according to
dependable reports. Fanners from
all parts of Nebraska and Iowa set
tled m the country, adding greatly to
Joe Swensou. head of the Swenson
Land company of Burlington, Colo.,
states, regarding the outlook tor tartn
"The men interested in the devel
opment of the Burlington district are
actual farmers and have seen prices
for farm products go up and down
for a score of years. Never during
that tune have we observed farm land
values, and particularly low price
lands go down in price or fail to re
turn a good interest on the invest
ment. It is upon this proved belief
that we are anticipating a satisfactory
immigration movement to eastern
Colorado this year. That farmers in
Nebraska and Iowa are interested in
land investments is certain, and.
judgihg from recent sales of land
made in our section, they will buy
good producing land if priced right."
Arbor Day Message of Secre
tary Wallace Broad
casted by Radio.
America yesterday observed the
golden anniversary ol Arbor day.
Public . buildings and offices in
Omaha and other cities of the state
and country were closed all day.
honoring the memory of the found
er of Arbor day, J. Sterling Alorton
Last night Secretary of Agricul
ture Wallace sent out by postoffice
radiogram a special message, mak
insr an impressive plea for observ-
anoe of the day.
f he message was received here at
the air mail field by Radio Operator
The army radio station at Fort
Crook was instructed by the War
department to rebroadcast this mes
sage at noon yesterday.
Atlantic Fleet to Sail , .
for Southern Drill Grounds
Washington. April 22. The At
lantic fleet will sail front puanta
namo bay today for the.sOuthern
drill grounds at Lynn Haven roarU,
where the fleet commander, Admiral
Jones, wjll join the force aboard his
flagship, the battleship Maryland,
now at New York. The entire force
will remain on the southern drill
grounds for final spring maneuvers
and gunnery exercises until May 5,
when the ships will disperse to their
home yards along the Atlantic coast.
The fleet has been at Ouantanamo
for restricted training operations due
to fuel shortage early in January.
Girl Held Prisoner 10 Days
Rescued by New York Police
' New York, April 22. Police bat
tered down a door in a West Fortv-
fiftli street house yesterday and res
cued Minnie Zareinbok, 16, who said
she had been kidnaped and held pris
oner for 10 days. ' "
A man who said he was William
Weissinger, 23, was arrested on
charges of abduction and assault. -
. The girl said Weissinger seized her
at a deserted corner, and took her
to the house where he ' held her
prisoner after depriving her of all her
clothing. . ; t . ", ' v
. Delivered With Benoii
f- Brand New Beautiful Styles
:' r Well-Known Standard Make
Convenient terms of payment may be ,
' arranged on any of these instruments,
- . , .
No exchanges taken at these prices. If you have an
old piano which you expected to trade in, sell it or we will
. buy it for cash but the low price of $315 admits no
goods taken in exchange. ' ' -
The Biggest Value Ever Offered for '
It will be a pleasure to show yon these
wonderful 'and beautiful instruments. '
Piano Department Fifth Floor
in Hevolt Against
Ann Arbor, Mich., April 21,
Vt:h Louis T. Oir of Chicago ttind
ing firm iu his determination to re
fute to wear the lrchman cap and
facing possible enpuUion from the
University of Michigan as rrult,
a second frehman, Jrclyn Nan
Tyne of Ann Arbor, professor'!
son, lias joined Orr in the fight on
Van Tyne, like Orr, lias declared
lie is attending the university "to ob
tain an education, not to follow
traditions of the school.
The under cla conduct commit
tee, compoed of sophomores, has
asked Orr's expuUion from the
school and it is rumored it will
consider Van'Tyfc's case. Official
of the university have made no de
cition. In the past, these ofticiul
have supported all recommendations
of the committee.
Orr's father, a Chicago attorney, is
expected to arrive Here to support
Van Tyne is the son of Prof.
Claude II. Van Type of the uni
versity history department.
America More Than Holdinz
Own in Tourist Travel,
Says Stephen Mather, -
America is more than holding her
own in tourist travel, despite Euro
pean competition which is enhanced
by the recent war, according to Ste
phen T. Mather, director of national
park service, who . passed through
Omaha this morning.
1 here will be more westbound au
tomobile travel this year than ever
before, amj cutting of touri.st rates
almost to a prewarevefby railroads
v. ill increase rail i travel. greatly, in
Mr. Mather's opinion.
Mr. Mather, a reputed millionaire.
a former newspaper man and a close
acquaintance of many of America's
torcmost writers, is devoting - his
time to making life in the open pos
sible to more of the country's popu
lation. His keen blue eyes light with
enthusiasm as he talks of the won
ders of Yellowstone, ,Mcssa Verde.
Kocky -Mountain, lion, (jlacicr and
Yoscmite parks, and, of work which
makes them more accessible.
Foreign ministers, at Washington
are taking more .interest in these
scenic wonders of America, Mr.
Accompanying Mr. Mather west
ward is Horace M. Albright, super
intendent of Yellowstone and gener
al field assistant to the director. Roc
Emery of Denver also will accom
pany Mr. .Mather to Denver.
The public ovens and kitchen in
Elmwood park have been opened for
the season. Tbese conveniences
were installed last- season by Com
missioner J. B. Hummel.
Every business man will be
interested in reading this fas
cinating story, which has just
been sent to The Bee by the
author, IL M. Alexander, Vice
President of Critchfield &
Company. .' ..
, The story of how 'Oscar,"
'a small dealer, grew until he
owned six of the finest stores
' in a great city, a wholesale
house, a director in - several
banks is a story wrell worth
reading. Oscar (ells how he
did it. If you follow his sys
tem given in the Thousand
Dollar Story you carmot fail' 1
the secret js yours for the '
The Bee has, arranged for
a limited; number' of copies of '
this story, which will be mailed
free to "merchants on request.
Address-the Advertising De
partment, Omaha Bee.
y 1 i
E. John Brandeis
Sued for $200,000
Mate (if Millionaire' $trnog
ruphrr Allege Alienation
of Wife AfftHliuiu.
Suit for $J0u,000 in djiiugrs for
the alleged alienation of his wife'
affections w filed in district court
yeterdy by I'Urnue 11. )UI
again! h. John Uraiu'ci.,
Hall's nrtilidii rti'itri that Mrt
lUlfc has been employed at privsu
secretary and tit-nan ranlirr in the
defendant nd that recently, when
nc opened an oihce In htw ork,
she went there in the same capacity.
This, he tays, was aiiainit his with
and vet. when he urotetlrri aiie re.
fused to return. Instead, he alleset.
tne toid mm that site was through
with him" and intruded to remain
in New York. '
Hall recently filed suit for di
vorce. I he comdc were married at
Council Illulft November 9, 1915.
Harvard Invotiguteg Plan
to yue Gravel on Street
Harvard. 'eh.. Anril 22 .( Sticriah
The Harvard Community club.
after iitdpectinjr the road of Fairfield
and ICdgar, have derided to make
further and more coiuplcte investiga
tion rmirrrfilittr lh foscitkit;.,
"Sanding" the main ttreets of this
Tllr fil.111 IK.ll.itlv fnttnu'd in
Miioothinir roadi tint way requirei
that the street be entirely turned over
witit a plow and the gravel turned
into the loose soil. Afler it it
it is then packed. Thin, 1t hat been
shown, produced a solid and smooth
road and almost equal to paving. ,
Elmer Beddeo has made
the te rm ."Easy Pay
ments" a reality with
"thousands upon thousands
oi Omaha people. His big,'
broad, liberal, little down
' and little each payday .
has made it easy for all
Men and Women to bs
clothed in the height of
style at all times. Eight
now is the time for you to
share in the benefits of .
"such a credj'-jf '.jj
Chofy&g Final PriceJSiii Men?s Suits lach
50 0;cdats $gw Vm 22? $27 i ?M8
$ TOM v Every, Suit worth at least twie these Prices.
.', Here Is by big odds the. most thrilitng values n Omaha this year. Fine 1 ; sr T
' hand tailored Suits for men ane young . men, Suit direct from .fust a. limited few, but
They simply can't last long Rochester's foremost clothes builders, now offered at these ridiculous while they last Monday
at this dirt-cheap pries. Buy low prices. A little smoke Is the cause of It- all and you cannot take your pick of tha lot
now for next winter, the sav. dstect the slightest edor of smoke. v for only $9.95. Thsy srs
Ings warrant such Invest r m v e v n'j'A't J worth decidedly mora.'
ment. Ptck Out Your Suit Your Credit is Good. w . T" . -
11 f 150 Polo Coats Shuimng Wraps v
M OC Worth Twice These Prices. Worth twice These Prices.
tDTfatO , - . , ' . ' - . V Tha few Fur Coatt
i ' Every woman wants and needs a Loose Wrappy Coats with their that remain in stock
. . smart Sport Coat. Here are the' novel s 1 e e v s , rich embroidery, for. Monday disposal
an7 check. wSi ! : very newest creations and just be- fine linings, of fered in these two tsWrilVn'
plain colors, all sizes, cause they underwent the pres.; big clean-up lots. Every wanted "fd jJSJ 1 "hem
worth double. ence of smoke you can have them Fabric is included. ; Every desired this Fall.
1 : at a fraction of their true worth. color is here. ' .
Smoke Sale Prices on Dresses
Value Giving fiiat appears impossible
Taffetas, Crepe de Chines, Canton Crepes. Styles of
the moment, a rainbow of colors, styles for every
purpose. If you need a new Dress buy it Monday.
Buy it on our easy payment plan. .
Girls' Gingham Dresses
Clever little styles,
a ; new ' shipment,
and w predict they
won't t last-., long.
Sizes to 14 years.
(irjnd lUnd, At .I 3.'. tpe
rial Telrgraiu,) The lup Valley
Kduoriul association, 1 resident
Tru.plin of Shelton presiding,' met
hrre and discussed the taxation and
political advertikiiif qurttiont at
length without taking any deiinar
action. On the taxation question
they were addressed by C'tl, Ryan.
attorney, air. Kyan strongly slo
ratrt publicity of the nertunaf an
mmt returns, litnitinc the returns to
be tmblished. however, to those over
Tr.ncL It appeared to be the con-
enus oi onmion mat comnirte nuu-
'icution would do more srneral Kood
nut that the light of the prints on
hr fitter returns would be pre(rr
able to the present iitnoranre of the
general public of how ludicrous
the' personal . property assessment
There were represented at the
meeting Kditors Lesititt of Ord.
tlare of Talnier, Tcmidiii of Shelton.
Maltman of Wtnxl Kiver, Curran of
Grcelry. Rood of North Loup, I'eter
urn of Dannrbrog. Johimon of liib
tmrt and fiahr and Buechler of Grand
liuind, and Secretary Jtuck of the
hditor V. V. Maltman of Wood
Hiver filed for the republican nomin
ation for representative for the Hall
county district exclusive of Grand
Pawnee City Completes
rawnee City. Neh... Anril 22.
(Special.) A gigantic ndvertis!na
campaign wa culminated here, when
the winners of a contest held by the
merchant and professional men of
rawnee City for the past six weeks
were awarded valuable prirrs. ,
-, MONDAY is the: :
Insurance Adjuster Insists Upon a Complete Decisive
Close of all Smoked Goods
All sale groups have been reassembled under lower than ever Price Heads
for the last days selling: ,
If you are not one of the thousands who have attended this sale, Monday ia
the day to take advantage of these marvelous money savings: r
Prices Blasted for Final Early Close Out of
Smoke Scented Merchandise Monday "
In the vast majority of case$ it it almost impossible to detect even
the slightest odor of smoke in the garments, but because of our
insurance settlement we are bound to dispose of this stock even
. .- v- at these almost unbelievable prices. '
It is to be remembered tbat at the time of the fire next door, our. Basement Stockrooms
' were piled high ' with ' hvige 'shipments, of New Merchandise bought for Easter disposal
' 4VM' itmA ' AAiMAMt flWA llllAnlillTlrV tnlaV '-'1
Buy AU YpvtNeedlpn Our, Easy Payment Plan
fc 1 ClCl Boxes of Delicious Assorted Choeojates, Only QQ
tl) lUyf 0 Wonderful Value f.; OuC
iWze Combine '
Matt Who So! 1 Still tin.l DU-
ienej lVmltut J a tied
Rum MalserTitirtL ' '
Rapid lire grilling by J. C. Kinsler,
I'liitrd Sutrs attiainrr. (eririeJ out
the principal tiritudcr vi the, two
when I.. X. IVtrr, farmer, and Roy
. Knutt. s'uit drink roilrttir of
llarley. .eb were brouuht Matt
Kedcral Jinliie Wuodrouifil yrstcr-
Knott was tlurueJ wnh the sale
of a piut of whisky and t'orter with
ope rating a still,, ,
t nislcr s line m questioning de
Iet that Knutt provided the still
ami Mistiihuted the products.,"
I'ortrr. who lus a dcneiidoiit fam
ily, told the judge he nude the boore
to pay oil note pat due in the
The indite fined bint $100 and sen
tenced Knott to Mil lor three months
and to pay a $500 line. ,
The two wrre, arrested by "lius"
Myers' nun i riday.
Oinalia Attorney I'rotcstt
.Corporation lax He raid
William J. Comirll, veierau Omaha
attorney, appeared before ledcral
Judge Woodroush yesterday to pro
test a $.ycorporation tax he paid
to Uncle Sam, under protest, for the
Imperial Investment company.
This is ihe hold inn company for
extensive Council interests, but it
was doing no business when the tax
was levied, he stated.
'Frank S. Howell, former United
Slates attorney, nude a brief open
ins statement, but Council argued
bis own case. -
Close Out Tailored Suits
$1620 . $24
Suits worth twoor three times this trice
Any woman who contemplates buying" a New Tailored Suit will
find in this lot values that are so out of the ordinary, so ridicu
lously low in price tha you'll doubt the possibility of selling suits
like theqe for 116.00 and 124.50, but take yonr choice and buy them
on our easy payment plan if you like. - ;
200 Ladies' Hats
in $50,000 Campaign
tiinolii, April ;, (Special) A I
home whith will play the role of f
good Stunaiitiu to homeless boya
i in the state hat been founded here
j by the National Children's Farm
I tome association.
A spacious home, together with a
No aero farm, hat been purchased.
Ihe home Is not tn savor of the
reformatory type, officers of the or
gam' at ion sponsoring the move
Among the olficrrt are Charles It.
Arnold, M. 1)., president; A. V,
1-owcll. I'nivrrsity Dace, v'e pres
i'lcnt; C, A. N'orlm, Unadilla. srere- 1
tary; M. II. Mvrrs, Lincoln, nation
fcl treasurer; V. A. Selleck, treas
urrr. and J. A. Murray, University
The ohiect of these men it to .
make the home a place for any boy V ,
I,. I.. I.' -l.. t.. - 1.
of a job will be taken care of until
a place is found for thnii. The home
will also board children, , whose
mothers are forced to work.
The association beiian its drive for
$50,000, Apiil 15. i bis campaign it
to continue until May 15. Nego
tiations are also under way for 70
acres one mile and a half south of 1
College View. This is to be made
over into similar home for girls.
according to plans.
Ohio and Kentucky Join
Hiiniis Over New Bride6
I ronton O Anril Ohin and L
Kentucky joined hands here, using
the new Ironton-Russell bridge
the conuectins link.
I' or mat excrrisrs nreceded the
throwing open of the bridge to traffic I I
which connects I ronton
sell. Ky.. finished at a
COO. Funds for the bridge
cured by the sate of slock. It it
18"0 feet long.-
In C lose-Out
$2.95 $3.95X J4.95
Hera's bargains that seam al
most impossible, worth three
times the prices asked.
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