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   Progress Review (Newspaper) - March 30, 1922, La Porte City, Iowa                                VOI- LII--NO. 13. I Read Kline's ad. The best potatoes at Kline's a bushel. Finest apples in the city Department Store. E: the Kline's URGE VOTE LASHIONDAY ft M. Re-elected Mayor By Safe Majority. Many Women. Cut Ballots. 721 Votes Polled. Mayor H. M. ASHLEY Treasurer JESSE 0. KOBER Assessor GEORGE BANGER Councilman IRA T. RICHARDS H. C. GOODWIN HOY E. WAGNER C A. BRUST R. B TRIPP Tie city election which was held In lids city Monday brought out one of tot largest votes ever polled. This ru due to the fact that It was the. Orst city election held here since the' B were granted lie right of suf- fgf.s b: Out of the 721 ballots cast. Relter' Klone Ranjd., were cast by the ladles, which! '-burner Perfection oil named a, the nn.im.. thnf tha wnm.n stove with tireless me.a. as Priding elder or JLAPQRTE CITY, BLACKJfAWK COUNTY. IOWA. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. MARCH 30. 1922 PER YEAR Rev. R. E. Kerney returned here -Monday -rom MarsfcalHown. where he had been attending a'session of conference of the United Evangelical Easter post cards end booklets at cllurcn' Maren 23 to 26 Inclusive. Rev. le Corner Drug Store J- B- Meloy, a former pastor of the Blahop Ave. church here, was made grass secretary of the conference and In the ordination service two were ordained visitor Elders, one of whom was Rev KBT at Waterloo Wednesday morning. ney. and (our ordainedDeacons If you want guaranteed garden "ties are conferred after a seeoa come to us, Lehnian Klock. course of study. Miss Tlca We have wrecked another nock of Ballnelm. attended as a repre- Fords. Do you need some used parts' from the local church, was Repasa Auto Co. the first lady to be sealed as a reg- Money to loan on first farm morl- in the "E "e r "rseiecud s A Pitmen "Store conference and the lime Why pay more when you can buy 1923 quality meats for leas. Klise's De-1 C H. SUuffacher who has been tie partmanl Store. presiding elder of this district, lias W. D. Bremer, of Cedar Falls, spent been "PPolntod Aisuclale Secretary to unday here in the homes of his sons, of Missions and will have his R. and Roger. headquarters in HarrUburg, Pa A. Eggs: Pure bred Plymouth Hock Ctouser has been appointed to sue- for hatching; Mrs.. Arthur Ceed hlnl and wi" iite tor i the next four years and live in Cedar Rapids. Rev, s N. Ramlge was the A. U. ._ a short business trip ln------------ While absent he purchased a halt in leresl In a creamery at Forest Lake, Minn., for which place he will leave today to assume his new work. The creamery In which Mr, Harvey hut purchased an Interest Is one ot MITTS EfTEIJKT IS D1STBJCT shop at Kline's Department Store CEEAJUiKY. DECLAMATORY COME3T. and save. relumed Monday frum declamatory contest Havei Store. Park, Man- Ossaln. t Buttermilk by tfho barrel. 30c at the ry. C. A. Fosse, our salt fish. lOc ___ Department store. best equipped In that part of the stele In tne oratorical class the contest- All books formerly sold at 9Bc will and enjoys a tine patronage. There ,m Kenwood Park was given now be sold at Haven. One lot calicoes for Saturday only 'on.flm lu 9 ccnt a d "The Music Bess Cooley, of Walerloo, "Htuooresuue" al the sub- contest lie re, was given sec- C. B. SANTEE FOR STATE SENATOR ara number of dajry taraera Well Known Cedar Falls Citi- a pound. zen Candidate for Senator from 38th Senatorial District. lied the year the art of t butter-making In all iU details, and o 2B -2D- rated "-e most up-to-date honora' The contestant Want and butter-makers of tbe won flrst numoroua clas, with Kissed Blanche C. B. Santee, cf Cedar Falls, has an- See our line of Easter greeting nounced himself as a candidate for and booklets H. J. Blauchalne the office of senator for tie 38th sen- atorial district of Iowa. His political Wanted: Farm loans at G per ceu: opponents, so far announced, are J. J. D A. McLolsh, ijrandon, Rainbow and M. L. Bowman, both of i Waterloo. Mr. Santee has been urged I by his friends for some time to seek garden seeds. Buy stale. He has been In the_______ ovex fifteen years, and besides the BlllMv.ll llme fce waa employed In the cream- A BoW was presented iu now and be ready for warm weather. na n this city has had charge of tboae wno WOQ Uni PlMC9 and those Haven. McFarlane, who will also be enlilled to enter 2000 pounds uew Texas cabbage erles In thla clly has had charge of the butler-making departments In creameries at Marengo and Cedar lhe stftle contest. butter-man In lhe Fosse cream-' SOCIAL. U 10 pounds for it Store. 47c. Kllnn'a Depart- to In the race W. for Mr. Saatee Is familiar with the work of tho General Assembly of Iowa, with tireless cooker A A. Ballentlne. "i iuu uuueru Monay to loan on first farm morl- having served six terms aa repre- gngcg. G per ccnl Interest, farmers -senlatlvo from Black Hawk County. I During his- tenure of office tie bsji Onion sets, finest clenn sets, red, taken active Interest In road now determined to have their say In A A- Ballentlne. I Am' [hc'B ,nnDintmonlu uiu.o irom the affairs of the city. From the time1 Eggs for halching from a high claas'made Tor Cic von, M.n this city. The Progress-Review wleh- were Rcrved by a commit- strain, Fourtceu years He polls were opened A o'clock strain of laying Plymouth Hocto. c. Jag will be E H" InlliBmoralnguntll they were closed E. Wagar. Phone 214 interest. E R. at In tie evening there was Wanted: Man or woman to repre- Mineone la the booths at the voting sent us In La Porte Cltv C E and the cle.-ka and Judges of Shook, 318 Gable, Waterloo. Iowa tlectlon were kept busy moat of the MI m time. Tne supporters of both tickets J" I'f Ballhe'm went to Cedar wero hard and every effort h'a bU9'nesa m put forth to make the ticket of family tbelr choice a winner. A number ot niomoblles were used all day and Streyffelcr. Rluggold; J. B. Meloy, Grandvlew; G. A. Slauffacher, Manly; J A. Deedrlck, Waterloo, E. H. Hevl erly, Cedar Rapids Mission. Rev Kerney was relurned to Hie charge hero for his second yesr. The lhe Rev. E. H Hcverly memblir3 of his own jOCber friends aboul town will be glad About 20 busheU small Red River''" 'hal Mr- ani1 Mro "e to remain in lhe work hero. They cry of thla city and the butler manu-1 Tlle J'oung people's society of Chris- g8Keg fictured under his supervision has }'Bn Endeavor enjoyed a aoclnl moot- SavlnBa Bank always been In demand and brought E 1" tne Sabbath school rooms of UL aa u.jji ces. Mr. Harvey is one of our Uo church Friday on ,sets> "ne8t clenn rod. ftn Intereat In road ,ung citizens and It will b- cvenlne There wore forty present WQjlc yellow. a quart. Kline's legislation and baa been Instrumental gret that his friends will learn "nd time. Game3 store. I In gelling n number of measures and his wife will move from "rovldeil omusemcnl and light ro- Darrcd Rock eggs for scttlug. Ho has been chairman of y. The Progress-Review wleh- were nerved by a commit- strain, Fourtceu years a ronda nni1 highways committee and Mrs Harvey the btsl of tee' .breeder. P, s, Showers. nnd Informed along this lino success In ihelr new place of real- tLe early part of tho meet-1 One, two or three rooms for rent Ilas a clean Polltlco1 dence. nnd ihsm to the sbort business session was held furnUrtiod or unfurnished Beat lo- the House and Is well qual- resldenls of that community :ind tte following committees ap- cation In clly Phono S7 I "led to carry on the work in the Sen- pointed: I N. fpnrp in ate' manV thrOUglh- M, I ocorgouo unu Crepe Uc Chine oui thn pnnntv whn n.m MISSIONAHT SOCIETY. meeting of the Mission- pointed: i New Mlsalonary Committee: Chairman., blouses Mildred Mllllgan; Miss Schmidt, Prices Stella HackctU Besnlc Hudson, M- who wl" of the Presbyterian church Gross, was held yesterday afternoon In the Prayer Meeting Committee: Choir- auditorium of ihe church and was Margaret Luuzon; Miss Ander- auJmoDiiea were used all day and ncu niver remain n. i. mo uuurtu unu was ".ou, inaieurci AIISB many voters were taken to the polls pure seed, at 00 per ,T V aUendei1'. The President. Mrs. "n. Marie Alberts. loin Hnckslt.1 Po'ato Headquartora. Finest Early "ccount If for n order that they mWht exerclM buahcl- WUI not at this fHhnr.H i T6.P T' E' Sherman, called the meeting to Wllllnm Gross. Ohio, Colorado Chicago Markets and wllen ll0 lielr rigbt Of BuHrage and prCBldcd' J' n- Mc-' Soclal Committee: Chairman fler- Rural Corkers. a hushei "P-W" of do AutomnMi. cn_____..... den.onilnatlon and will be en- Coy led the devotional service. I "Ice Richardson: Kline1" Dcpnrtmont Store. the state lit. Is Heir rigbt of suffrage. T price. Haven. Out of tbe 721 ballots cast a> Mon-' Automobile repairing fiOc per hour. tft election 330 were straight CHI- fork guaranteed. Located at SM llckels and 143 straight Repub- rear Ol w> c- F- N. depot Frank lean tickets The balance of the bal- Wlnohell. Phone 95. trls which went to make up the total For sale: Rose Comb Rhode LUU w.uy 1UUU IU LUin For sale: 300 bushels eocd oals, county, outside of Waterloo, who Is 1920 crop, at CO cents per bushel seeking n state or hlgUcr office and Phone 27-51 Homer McQullkln should ho given consideration on thin account If for na other reason. But proven himself and will be en- next the year just past. Richardson; Eloinor knlghl, Dopnrlmonl store. hushei. capable of doing efficient work for Ihe stnto ho I.H entitled to tho support of Hie voters at tho DICEST A uc C4IUCUI, AlrH. iliMlll; T. E. Sherman, called the meeting to Wllllnm Gross order and presided. J. R. Me-1 Soclal Committee: Chairman Bcr Coy led the devotional service nice ___ Sri T Tr'Ued- T Chnlrman.' t "'11.1, DE XABUIED uM. TnomP50n' re- Theodore Paige; Mis. Sharur, Qeorgo per Back Pake's POIT, Which Wfla aCCCPted rn v llnntrAr i nd Mrs. E. E. THIS EVENING. those who were up for councilman. 0. Kobcr for Treasurer and Assessor on the Re- tlckel were without op- d 341 H M. the Citizens' ticket received-- us, wbilo R. N. Gibson, candidate r Mayor on the Republican ticket, ecelred 205 .votes. The vote on Councllmen resulted as Iowa: l T. HIchardD, Citizens........476 Im F. Rahn. Republican.......237 C. Goodwin. Cltlzenn .411 234 IBB 0. Kober went lo Van lc spend a few days with, a sister, who had the misfortune to fracture her arm Tuesday. B. F. Smith will hold a public sale at the Stona Barn In this clly on Sat- urday afternoon. April 1st. Read hm SHle ad on another page of this W. W. Hamilton, vrtio has been confined to his home for tbe past two Is not Improving as rapidly aa his family and friends had hoped he might. A .E. Burns and Tom Furgeson, of. Falls, were In La Porte business Mr, Burns j ere for a short ----264 B. Trlppr citlaens..........485 L. Bralller, Republican.........is i- B. Trlpp. -who received the high- vote for Councilman on the Cltl- ticket, is the only new member city family tor me next two J been a member of the Council the past two yeara. Mr. Trlpp Is of a a. valuable ad- joa to the list of city officials. tea are taking of Monday's election of the Cedar Record and Collector of Inter- nal Revenue for this district, and T B. Carpenter, of Cedar Falls, were In town last Thuriday calling on friends. Keith Kline relurned to his studies at the State University lasl Sunday evening after spending a couple of work In the Kline Department Store, j Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Good, who have been living In Waterloo for the past few years, moved back to La Porte City today and will occupy one of the C. A. Vaughn houses on Commercial Street. Goodwin, Wagner, Absent, Haivkinu Minutes of March 1st, March 9th, March 20th and March 27 th. 1922. were read and approved. Toe following bills were presented and allowed lor payment: wa Falls Electric Co Llgiila for City Hall to March 23, 1C; LlghLa Mayor's Oftltc lo March 23. .75; Lights City Park lo March 23, .70 Iowa Fa.'lg Electric Co, 4 BOO wall Lamps to March 23, Iowa Falls Electric Co., 60 60 c. p. Lamps to March 23, 507.50. Iowa Falls Electlc Co.. Hydrant Rental to March 23, J105.00. Electric Co., Water for to March 23, H. M. Ashley, Salary to March 31 1922. ?25.00. Dr. J R. Buscr, Salary lo March 31. 1922, W. M. Blough, Salary to Marci 31. 1922, {12.50. J. 0. Kobor, Salary lo March 31, 1922, JC.25. C. A. Brust, Salary to March 28, 1922, (7.00 H. C. Goodwin, Salary to March 28, 1922, fS.CIO. Roy E. Wagner, Salary lo March 28. 1922, ?800. Ira Richards. Salary to March 28, be held at Greene, April 25-26. The1 ladles also voted to send u thank of-' ferlng to thla meeting again this year. I The envelope sysem of paying "dues O. E S, w 81'ECIAL MEETING. e'lilE of Lyra Chapter, Knights of Pythian of thai city. An address on "Tlio Near EUHL no. Hot Fund" will be elvcn In the Evan- u u.iu Kiii uv bJi uu iiiK ifv all" uuo. held Tuesday evening In gullcul church Sunday oveulnc alT'DO was adopted and will be uaed Uie the Masonic Irnll and was well atlend- o'clock by Rev A C Dorr of coming year, relieving the treasurer of ed. The Inspector for Ihla district Molncn the nocesslly of reminding negligent Frances Dahl of Cedar Falla'. motnuorH of thlu obligation. Three present and Mrs. E. G. Lcfflcr Belweon my piece nnd lhe names were placed on the mem- formerly this place but now llvini: iT PP Balc barn Satu''''ay. u earn plow bershlp roll. j In Waterloo, and Mm Hazel Uurr sllovo1 Klndcr Short talks were made by the of-'Worthy Matron of Backer Chapter of mc wl" pay you tor i'our fleers, each ualng tho gcnenl Ihemc Wolorloo. were also welcome vlflllors. p- S- "How I can be helpful to the Society' A mStool of Instruction was held in Mrs. n. E. Kerney. who left last and how lie Sodely can help me." the afternoon nnd lhe Issneclor In- weok w visit relatives at Huhbard In Mrs. Sherman Bpoke as president; formed lhe officers on all changofi "Pent Sunday Marshalilown and aUI Mrs EM. Haven, first vice prcal-' al the IUHI m.ccUr.c of Grand tended tho of Uie conference' aent; Mrs George Banger, Becond Chapter. A picnic luncheon wan of the United Evnngcllcal church with vice president; Mrs. E. E. Trlem, sec. al six-thirty o'clock, each lady rctary; Mrs. A. M. Thompson, ireos-' Providing sandwiches and a covered! n n urer; Mrs. G. E. Stebblns, eecrcliry dish. Chapter waa called to order at of literature; Mrs. C. G. Woodley. eight o'clock and tho entire rllualls- chairman of directors; Mra. W, work wan given. Very few cor- Blough, Prcubyterlal officer Irecllona were mode by Mrs. Dahl who ir h Besides the officers mentioned complimented condition of tho A r above the director Include Mm. JjChapler as a whole and the Jl Hl AodorBOn' W. Kober, Mrs. F. S. Garrabrant, 'or the excellent way In which they of Waterloo, will be wedded at Waterloo thla evening Tho groom IH a well known young former of lliis noclion nnd the bride la n charming young lady of Waterloo She graduated OB a nurse from Hie Presbyterian hospital In 1921, and that time has been following jrofcaBlon. Tho newlyweds will on one of the furraa or the groom's falher near thli city. They will Jmvo lhe best wishes of a largo circle of friends for a long and happy wedded life. TOURIST CLUB. The Tourist Club tnel this afternoon nt Iho home of Mrs. J. W. Lehman. animal hus- of lhe Slate Col- laet Sunday, after a hla parents, Mr. and C. P. Strohm, and Mrs. Cecil Gates Mrs. L. J. U BUperln- the next two was a Sunday 7jBllor lal Bearere and Mrs. R. Is Counselor for the Cli-.n- llsn Endeavor Society. The p.-j i- deoi named lhe following commlucbs yesterday: Relief, MrB. J. R. Bviner, Mrs. Georgia Hoyl and MrB. W. S Durand; Music, Mrs. E. E. Trlem and by their stations. This la Mrs. Dahl 'n first visit lo The condition of A. K. Longaker, wlio nuflcrcd a stroke of pornlyala last Sunday evening, remains about tho to be lived over again. Rending, (John J. InKalls) .........Aeneg Robertson Papor, Tho Uses of Wealth...... ....................Delia Kline Book Review, "Money Mnglc." (Ham- Mi Lamb Name some of tho ,u j. uaui o 11THL VIBIl LO J UUJUIlia UUOUt tllO nvuiu UL IdtV HOtablB thlDKfi Lyra Chapter and she made a very Bame. Mr. Longakcr has boon In frail Boone did. an se mae a very ogacr as oon In frail favorable Impretwlon by Ihe gracious for a long time and his ad- manner In wbtsh she performed her Tancod ago makeu his recovery doubt duties. ful. Gall Bruce, Milne, Albert Kline Harold Helen und Wcolcy VlemlnK distributed soon, were good for Ihe clly and community. toe question, "Shall a Tax of not Sing Two Mills be Levied each r lor the Purpose of Furnishing a H. 658 ballots were cast, of which In favor of the proposition taiiJ0 BealQat- were piled and 62 were voted blank. CABBAGE SALE. pounds best northern solid Wtafe. w 17c BINE'S DEPARTMENT STORE. -------POTATOES. Ohio Red Rlvw seed potatoes 1 Sam Bralller or J. H, FOB TOCB SWEET TOOTH. "o'h cream Chocolates, me freah Marsbnuillowa, lb..29c Mrr" fresh mted Pwnuu, lb..lBc DEPAHTMENT 8TORK. tat fibre price. luv.n. nmu u Klla.'i -at U let Jacob Anton, a former resident of this vicinity, who has been very 111 at hla home In Waterloo, remains In a serlnus condition. The attending physicians have decided an operalon will be necessary because of abscess- es, which have formed. Gerhardt Halbfasa, of Muscatlne, visited from Friday until Sunday evening with his parents, Mr an Mrs. Fred Mr. Hal brass Is county engineer o' Muscatlne County and bad been at Ames to attend a convention. Mrs. C. P. atrobm retained last Friday evening from a few days' visit In Cedar Rapids with her mother and alBter. Mrs, Strohm expects lo leave mxl week for a visit with another lister In Dallas, Texas, and will be accompanied by her mother. Rev. R. E. Kerney lefl Tuesday for Van Home lo atlend lhe annual lueel- Ing of the conference of the Evangel- ical Association. There will be Sab- batfe school In hla church as usual but DO morning preaching service Rev. H C. Sctinter, of Ackley, a for- mer pastor here, cami to La Porte City and drove to Van Home with Rev. Kerney. i. .10; Clerk March 31, proas paid, (1 of Election, E H. Abel, Salary 1322, J100.00. Glenn C. Teeter, Election Judge, 34.80. R W. Wilkinson, Clerk of Election, N. P. Good, Labor on Streets for March, (40 00. Percy Haven, Sand, 25. Pylblnn Bldg. Assn., Rent Mayor's Office, Jan. 1, 1922, Lo April 1, 1922, J2500. L. D. Pike et al, Flushing Severn. (2240; Reading Meters, 124.40. Farmers Savings Bank, Interest or: City Warrants, (3822. C. E. Sawyer. Labor on Streets, {8.00; Grading Streets, Inc. Town of La Porte City. Ad- justments In Oiling SZ121. RoporL of City Treasurer for monUl Including March 27, 1922, read, and on motion waa received and placed on file. On motion Council ad- journed G. E. STEBBIN3, Clerk. the and aang a duct wl'h Miss Lillian Garrabrant BB accompn.1- 1st. and Mlns Eleanor Knight read 'ClfU and wore nerved Glvera." Refreshments boHleBies, Mines. E M. Haven, A. M. Thompson, Cecil Gales, Thos. Henry. John Young and R. O. Rao. ATTENTION, FARM BUREAU WOMEN. There will be a demonstration In P1EASING SOCIAL AFFAIR. _._, UI1U lroBlcy t-lemlag A very pleaeant social affair WHB have been bpendlng the week at their ncld In the Oddfellow hall lam oven- rnnpccllve hero. They arc nil Ing with the members of Lotus lodgo Hludcnls In Iho college at Mt Vrnon and ThlBtle Rchekuh lodge as hosts and will return to their studies Mon and hOBteBsu. The guests of honor day. were Mr. and Mrs, John Duller. Mr.! M, H and MrB. J. V and Mr. and' Mr' T' s- Mrs. H, W. np whnm OraBhB. Nob., were In Iho Crocker, of lhe first Mrs. H, W. Llchlenberg. all of whom Nob" wcre ln tno clty the flrsi were rcconlly married. Mr. Ul" ln tno ''omo ot berg could not be proncnl as he IB' "nd daughlcr, transacting business al bin home In B M" Crocker la MnrrhcH Minn !a Ol Ballhclm nnd she LADIES' LITEBAUT CIKCLE. The Ladles' Lilerary Circle will meel tomorrow afternoon at the home of Mrs. E. Simpson. The following topics will be discussed: Pulling the leeth. of the Tropics, Miss Margaret Mahood. Haunta of the Carrablan Corsairs, Mm. M. L. Cummins. Costa Rica, tho land of tho banana Mabel McGlll. _ Guatamaln, Mrs. E. Simpson. General Summary with T. E. Sherman. pleasantly Bpent In1" _. JOB and muBlc WBB 3lolmo Bermuda Islands, provided for those who cared to danco. W, bocn BPendlnB tlie vl-ltlng and games _ she were on ihelr way from tho Bermuda Islands. millinery work Saturday afternoon al Dlei at lhe home of Mrs Roy Ins for the women of Big Creek Town- L. A. Benson, In behalf of tbe two presented a set of silver lea- Mrs. Lou Knhler entertained tie spoons to e4ich couple na a token of Community Club at her home last respect and friendship. Thumrday afternoon with twelve serving of refreshments and mem berg and five visitors present lo of the best wishes of the enjoy the mooting. Tho 'ladles do- members of both lodges completed evenlDg'B enlertalnmenL Mm. Arthur Kober and Mrs. Ralph Runyan will be In charge of the work. are requested lo bring hat frames, scraps of silk, flowers, needlea and any material for bat making. Let's have a good turn INSTALL RADIO KECEITIJiO OCTPlTfl. vottd Qo lime to piecing quilt blocks for a quilt which they are making for the orphans' home In Council Bluffs. Supper served by the 710111033 r.s- p BlBled by her daughters, Mrs. Rolh- meler and Mrs. Senft. Club adjourn .------_ U.V.BI o.iu mru. OVULI. UIUD adjourn- During the past two two "d to mect Friday, April 7, at the home radio receiving outfits have been of Wrfl' Frank Krcbs This meeting In 1 hla Ann I- Will jHipIrl In I ha An J 11. _ lot r 17 Mh: HBTM. tot hauklBff froH UF7, TO, socUl circle of the MettiodlBt church will eaUrUloed tomorrow i afumoon at UK H. H. Kaiser home, with Mn. lUlMr cod It Mn Eifent M A'OMellne of the fUrrtew Aid Society bald today and a watiMr from wto CUa Hved In UMI VT Read Kllne'i ad. For Saturday only, men's heavy blue work shiru at only Pilfe'i. King. Lefa have a good turn Installed In this clly. One set at wlil tie In the evening and the MRS. C. C. HAGER, Chairman.I borne of Charles Kocher and tti-e huebands and families of the mcm- _-------------- other which was Installed b? Ceo. bflri wli' be the euents. Mrs. Lee BOHADER WW8. Thomas at the office of Dr. O. D. Bffner will be tha abslstlng hostess. Jdbn Rosaucr. of thU clly, defealrt the, of The enterulnment at the audlto- of Dubuque. two tall. pladtv ''f1 In all rlum, last Monday evening, under the 4S minute, In a wreBtlin, match ?r a Waterloo first fall Wedne.day evening The came after 34 minutes of B. P. Kocher. W. H. Coffin left flrit of lac rtndtw In tt. Agncnltaral Coltt., at Auei atUr a and Mri. A. T. CWHu m gruelling work, when Rosaoer clamp- ed on a body iclosora and double bar lock, from the Dnbnque wax nnable to break loose. Rosauer was on ,tbe offense most or the tltne during lhe flrvt nlDQlM, but Parquelte always DMMCM to out of Jwldi. A M afttr 104 mmutn, ttcond fall and On match to ROMUOT. Bold tired from tht earlier to. rZenl" uuirument u TOTEB8. mrli In to "wty nt chanctd hli comnanlmmU ior oom me violin mind" will be answered la Pulmi uolo. and pianologuea, and Mr her mehly Charles Rliey McCalley. who ctlonb from Rlley and Foley and rendered rlolln numbers. Miss UlUan Oarrabrant played the ac- for both the violin Rudolph Ganz as Conductor, will give two classic concerts at the College Auditorium. Cedar Falls, on Wednes- day, April 18. Afternoon concert at o'clock, with H, Max Stelndel, 'cellUt, appearing for the solo num- ber; evening concort at with Helen Rumaey, famous contralto, fo> tho solo number. Secure tickets by mall. Specify (how many tickets de- sired, for which concert, or for both, the grade or price, and Inclose cash. Prices: Afternoon, (1.25, 75c. BOc. Evening, tl.co, Jl 25, tl.OO, 60c. Both Concerts J1.50, 75c. Apply to J. B, Knoepfler, local mgr. PBESBl'TEHY APBIL 18-10. The spring meeting of "'aterloo Presbytery will be held In i_. first Presbyterian church of La PorU' Clly, April 18-19. Rev. T. E. Sherman, pastor of the local organization, is committee on arrangements. Among those scheduled to appear on the program are. Rev. J G. Walz. Rev. A. C. Preston, Rev, J R. McCartney. Rev. John C. Knox, Rev. M. K. W. Helcher. Rev. D. J. Gretxlnger and Rev. T. E. Sherman. A complete program will arranged thla week. 18 U- __________ ROBT. N. OIB80N. Lott: 1 red uoi u iffUiy 'or her efflclrat anlitance. Wblle ntwulamrat M not the id. Big onlan set sale at Kline's De- partment Store. j_' .'SPAPERf   

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