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   Chief-Reporter, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1908, Perry, Iowa                               -W" -Jfoiwrt M VOLUME XXXIV CITY CASE WILL BE ARGUED TODAY All the tie Extension Contiwrtny Taken Yeattrday Before A MUSICAL CELEBRITY COMING NEXT WEEK An Unusual Event in Musical Circles is Sure to Delight Those Who De- light in SfcKh Things 'About a dosen Perry people were in Adel yesterday as witnesses in the case of T. A. Mowiw et al the City of Berry, the evidence in. the matter being heard by Judge Applegate in the dist- court. The city's interests are being taken care of by E. J. Kelly and Solicitor Vanlaningham, and -the men who are objecting to the extension are represented by W. H. Fahey and Wihite Clarke, of Adel. The attorneys will make, their argu- ments this morning and Judge Apple- gate -will probably renter a decision in a few 'days. The case of Burrell vs. Booth was decided, yesterday in favor of Mr. Bur mil. It concerned a dispute over a boundary line and was tried at the be- tuning of the present term. Giddings -were attorneys for Mr. Bur Tell and'White Clarke or Booth. All of the jury oases have been, dis- posed of and the jury dismissed, fieri ysart, the negro who attempted to kill his -wife and mother-in-law at Scandia several months ago, was given five years in the penitentiary. The three men ar- Tested for breaking into a Milwaukee car were given, a ten year indetermi- nate sentence. A FAMOUS GUEST IS WITH US FOR TODAY The Great and Only Sam Small Will Turn Loose His Eloquence In Pen? Tonight lizzie Brissler of linden enrol- led in the Normal department last week. Chaplain Strain 8 Wednesday morning assembly talks are especially line and the students are enjoying them. Visit- ors' are always welcome at assembly. It is held at ten o'clock. Next Tuesday Perry will have an op- portunity to enjoy a rare treat in the concert arid music line. We have: out lectures, our theaters and every other form of entertainment probably as much as any other city of like size biit it is seldom that Ferry can boast of an enter- tainment of the concert variety that exceeds the ordinary. JText Tuesday, night the celebrated 2SEss Mary Hallock will give one of i. limited number of concerts in Iowa. It .will be source of great inspiration and helpfulness! to all ambitious par- ents or children who are interested in music if every man, woman and child who has any interest in music will at- tendt the recital, concert and entertain- ment to be givan in Perry, next Tues- day night. Arrangements have been completed to have the concert given in the Grand Opera House and due an- noiuicment as to prices and. program will be announced soon. Having been a star in 11 concert when but eight years old, having been identified for four seas-j-a as soloist with the Pittsbbufg Symphony Orchestra arid for five seasons soloist with the Philadelphia Orchestra, cer- tainly Miss- Hallock has won sufficient distinction to attract music lovers ev- ery where. Last week Miss Hallock gave one of the most successful recitals ever heard at Drake University and this week she is to give two recitals at Grinnell be fore the Iowa College. Between now and next Tuesday night Perry will learn more of the famous present day musical celebrity and it will be to tba credit of the patrons of music if they will see to it that Miss Hallock ia greeted by a representative audience a the Grand next Tuesday night. The students have recovered from enroll ijexit Monday, .their fatiguiging journey "around .the world" last Friday evening. It was their first Misto Pearl Bailor of Bhodies enrolled in. the Shorthand department Monday. She was compelled to drop school work some time ago on account of the illness of he1" mother. The college has secured the Kussel Musical Novelty Co., for an entertain ment.Dec; 7th. This not one of lecture course but is a single attraction and tickets may be secured of the stu dents. This is the norelty company that was here last- year and gave sue splendid satisfaction. All people who have not some other other engagement in. Perry this evening will do well to listen to Sam Small. We make this suggestion not with the idea that all Of lis agree with what says or, that we will everyone endorse his propositions although it might be well if we would; provided he is ad- vocating a non-partisan advance in temperance legislation. However wheth- er we coincide with him or not there is no gainsaying that Sam Small one of the famous and one of the in- uentual men of the day and. be always as something to say and says it in a ay that leaves no doubt aa to his ncerity. Eloquence is always charm- ng if not convincing and when the rad- cal and emphatic utterances of the our are interspersed with humor, then U are sure to enjoy the time spent the speaker's presence. It is seldom that the public the opportunity to listen to a. gifted man oted for his thought, his eloquence anc iction where the admission is free, ince there will not be any charge for tr. Small's lecture tonight at the Chis ian church the house should rte packed o the doors, The lecture will begin at ight o'clock. Sam Small is to spend two month! n Iowa, making speeches for the pur- pose of. enlightening the citizens, upon he status of temperance affairs in the tate, and Perry is one of the first plocv is on his itinery. As a popular leetur- !r and platform orator Mr. Small has and still receives large fees for a single night, and Perry ought to give, him ft rull house when the admission is free- Students, teachers, business men and all classes should attend for any sub- ect that he attempts to handle will be well handled and in an interesting man- ner even though he does not advocate our own ideas. He will speak tonight at the Christian church and this is only appointment in this vicinity. After today, there will be no more tfiis AV'jftk on Hcwilnt TlmnWsffhirig -vacation. ,-Some of f Indents will go. to their homes. Miss (VmiplK-M, tlio will -spend wth lior sislers in Tlio. enrollment fo ditto is just mie- tliirrt larjiur than it wns at Hiis tittva .lust vi'Iiv. This makes .us feol good. Quili .t numlK'i of new si-utlenls will The pastor of the Presbyterian churc lias organized a society for the youth of the congregation. The society known the Camelot Hall, and present there are eighteen members ranging in age from 13 to 18 years Monday night they met at the home o I Adrian Cross on First Avenue when si 1 new members were initiated. The eiety promises to be a very helpful on nnd ia caleuatcd to increase the inter ost of the boys in the. better affairs o life. Uifjen you buy a Suit or Overcoat 8ct the Bm. Gome to oil restore and we will be pleased to show you the best line made in America Overcoats to Suits to Big stock of winter csps for men md 50c to Good -warm underwear 50c to Robinson Clothing Co. PERRY, KAMA; XOV. 25, 190S. EDI ELLIS SFLIS BILLIARD HALL "West Side Amueament Plate Soldi to M. and Poises- v sion Given Yesterday NO. J1GK 6RUCE TAKES A PARTNER The Genial Butcher Will Form a life Partnership in Koines. Today 'M. Maurer is now the proprietor the billiard and pool hall west of the library, the deal for the property having been closed Monday and possession be- ing given yesterday- He bought the furniture and fixtures of Ed. Ellis, who has been in charge of the place tor a number of months, Mr. Ellis has not announced what he will do in the future, other than that he will probably remain in Jerry. Mr. Maurer expects to rusi the place himself and will do doubt make a.success of it. Since selling out his restaurant bus loess he has been looking for a. business proposition of this kind. -Sirs. G. Burmiester returned yes- terday to her home in Ifcmsnport after a pleasant visit at- the Hill home. y M' _3f AT TBB GKAHD Seats are now on sale at Vodky': Drug 'store for A Dangerous Friend the Grand" Thanksgiving night, 35, 50 and 75 cents. There will oe a special holiday matinee at a which the prices will be 10 cents fo "children under twelve years of age and 23 cents for persons older than twelve. CHURCHES WILL HOLD UNION SERVICES tTstttt Thanksgiving Day Religious ervices Will Be Held Tomorrow Morning The breaking of a tninsmitioh rod on engine 105 yesterday caused a delay.of a couple hours to number four the .noon passenger cast. The train was one Hour late out of Omaha on account of wait- ing for tiic Union Pacific connection. The engineer was putting forth every ef- fort to make up a part of the lost time when tlic accident happened. The engine which took the train over the middle division backed up to the scene of the accident and brought the train on to Terry. Wfe do not know of anj" higher rec- coromendation that we can make for the attraction tomorrow than that it is one of the most wholesome "dramas now on the stage at popular prices, composed a entertain, amuse and inspire. It is void of sensationalism although some might think from Us title, "A Dangerous Friend" that it was a strenuous play. Honey back if you are not pleased and satisfied that it is well worth the ad- mission prices. Regardless of, the weather the mati nee at the tirnod "tomorrow will be sure to attract a large crowd and to please all who attend. It is one of the best companies and plays handled by the Conrad syndicate. We have had several of their companies here and they have always satisfied and this one will-not be any" exception. The matinee will begin at and the pric- es will be 10 cents for children under twelve years of age and 35 cents for all over that. Night prices will be the popular scale ranging from 35 to 75 cents. Scats now on sale. At last it has come to lor one of the few men in Peny who was sup- posed to be immune" to the smiles of womankind has finally publicly admit- ted that ho has fallen a victim- to the dart of Cupid' and will agree to do all that any man can do who feels inspired to obey the dictates of similar orders ol the heart. White he has at last suuV mitted to the -ways of average man Jack Bruce has made good his oft re- peated assertion that he would not gci married until he had passed the thirt jeth mile stone of his career. The Des Moines papers have announc ed the issuing of a marriage license to Miss Gusta Fogelstrom of that City and Jack Bruce of Perry. Mr. Bruce left yes terday for Moines where it is un cferstood that the marriage ceremon; wm be performed today. The prospect ive groom was very reticent yesterda; regarding his plans and dodged all at tempts at an interview although it understood that he has paid the penalty for his -act by setting jip t the Bagtes- Although Mr. Bruce has not advertise his contemplated marriage as freely he does his business affairs, he has host of here who will wish hi much happiness and continued prospe ity and who will welcome Mrs. Jac Bruce to our city. Hattie Williams of Mora, Minnesota spent a few honra in Perry westenla.v on her way to Madrid. A NEW RECORD FOR WEATHER IN Section of the Contrr b ing Unwnul Wamtb Witt As is customary in Perry, the Pro- Like all of Iowa Peny it in iiidi estant churches will unite in comply- of warm spell of weather ing with the proclamations of the pres- 1 at all welcomed by the mereKuktk'V dent and the governor by giving thanks[ erything in its season ogetber. Special preparations have been! always remembered by the made for the services which. held weather. at the Presbyterian church at half past tea o'clock. Hev. Burleigh -of the Con- gregational church will deliver .the dis- course and special music will be render- ed by the Presbyterian choir. Rev. Burleigh has only been'the pastor here of the Congregational church a few weeks and most of our citizens have not. yet heard him. Like the others of Perry's ministers Kiev. Burleigh is far above the average pastor in ability and last night at seven o'clock the gbi eminent thermometer in Perry registi ed at 39 above zero, showing drop i 16 degrees Curing the preceding 't those who hear Mm for the'first time to-T, I lnC Sinees_ week when the high as 73 degrt writing the, broken all records be most welcome by" others. Warm J] juaa's in the winter changej morrow will be agreeably surprised. The Thanksgiving Buy services in Perry have always been poorly attended. On such occasion it would be expected that the largest church in the city could not those who would wish foe of business. For, eight t we have not had! a day but that.: mercury reaehcd higher than 60 i sixty being altogether .too Even yesterday with, the cool et the rain the" old quick silver as high 35 degrees, altbongh DECLARED THE HTJHT A TIE The Firemen Found It Difficult to De- cide Bat Will Serve Supper Tonight to .attend, but as a rule there are alto- gether too many vacant seats. All of the local churches are well attended on Sundays by the regular church goers and if they would all attend the special services of thanks on Thursday they alone would suffice to crowd the larg- est building in the city, and especially should this be the case when there are some who never go to church except to attend funerals or on special occas- ions such as the union Thanksgiving Day services. All of the local pastors will partici- pate in the services tomorrow. o'clock it had retreated to 39 i The Ferry government guage corded a rain fall of inch from i en o'clock Monday night until ii clock 'Tuesday a rain fall for this season of the j The official returns of the Firemen's anuual hunt were hard to obtain. Th'e scores of the two sides wera so close that it was almost necessary to have the decision rendered by arbritratibn but finally it was agreed that the re- sult should be called a' tie. the game WM all in it was that the two sides had killed two mallards, one possum, ninety-two quail and a wagon load of rabbits. The supper willbe served tonight as advertised and in spite of the face that Mart Bills is to cook the supper it is guaranteed that it will be safe for the PLATE GLASS BKOKBW A Friendly Scuffle, Hctults Disastrously To Valuable Plate While enjoying a friendly scuffle at Putnam's restaurant Andrew Crouca and Mr. Berkman learned that luch sport may be a little expensive or annoying when it takes place too close to a. win dow. For a few days the window at'the Putnam restaurant will not looknatur al for it is now muvuV.the glass and ha been boarded up pending the arrival of fire fighters to eat it. Tile boys glass. The building is enjoy the stag affair at the Firemen's Hall. One of the great hits of the day is Mr.. Fred G. Conrad's play of "A Dan- gerous Friend." It has ft strong in- tricate plot, though telling a simple story., woven around! nine characters, uuch one distinct and strong in its own setting, each one doing its own work and delivering its own message in. -this fas inxling romnn.-i! of American life. Nine cliiirncUirs arc keep us busy thu entire evening, we know what they to do becausHj we have seen them in real life, but we don't know liow they ane going to do it. We sit ia expectation nnd greet the various Hiirprises with miirniurs of and marvel at Hie Authors cleverness j in unvailing his situations. Mr. Oinnid has put. tlie breath of real life into his p-lny tind it is destined to outlive many of the sensational successes of the past: few sesisons, Iwuausc it makes us gltul! we arc ;i.livc. Thanksgiving afternoon Iliglit. They Want Their Money Dtrti-ling Wright would respectfully request and urge all who know them- selves to be in debt to them to call and settle. They need the money and po- litely insist on the payment of all ac- counts. owned by Doc Rcascr and the plate glass was insured. The loss baa not yet been adjusted but it will be close forty dollars. The Ladies JW Society of the Presby terian. church which was to have met with Mrs. Connelly Friday afternoon will meet at the home of Austin How ard instead. Wheat :The wheat were during most of the session today enced by a weight of long wheat' on the market -which, in ed by a weak cable from Liverpool: reports of generous rains in the Sval west in the winter wheat There wag a good export inquiry fcw ever, and when New York about bus; sold -for export ftt the close, the market bi teed up gained the half cent kw of-the trading, finally closing at May, ye4terdayn docing corn market wvv by heavy receipts, 462 cars, wfc 360 had been expected, and by-a cash inarket. The December t kind lost 3-4e yesterdays high pncc but reganwd of the loss, closing at 03 3 4, ai 04 1-8 last night. Continued heavy rctpipts only suit in much lower for both e and futurce Jn Com. Live on hogs market slow lOc lower Top 610 Cat receipts and Estimated head. Ward WHAT IS HONESTY? Kvery mini should live within liia ia the usacncc of honesty. i :T If he does not he ia living dis- honestly on the misviis of others. Many people there aro who not only live within their means, but save 11 of their earnings as a surplus for the of ad- versity. account with this will provide a place, lioth safe. Snd convenient, to invest your surplus until needed. PEOPLE'S Savings BanK Thanksgiving Will be enjoyed if you are Clothed With Hart, sSchaffner and Marx "Dressing5 In our House you -will find your Needs for Bus- iness, pleasure or social affairs. Then too You knoxv the Style, Quality and Tail- oring are not Equaled any SUITS to OVERCOAT to Schnffnci M I W. H. McCammon Bi TIM tt BMt, MMfftw BMX GHtkM-J. K. ttMMB Ibta AM TM iNEWSPAPLR   

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