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   Perry Daily Chief, The (Newspaper) - April 23, 1924, Perry, Iowa                               VOLUME XV NO 245 PK1CE TWO CEN1S. IfXIM I Men on the Ground Believe to uulna.j Declaration of War Will Soon Ba at h Made by Huerta' Ilom ihc Ulcct 01 it la that no move to ARMY AND NAVY WANTS IMMEDIATE ACTION Refugee Tram Arrives From Mexico City Bearing Several Hundred of Foreign Population lainpico has hn.ii mi tliLic than il It is tiuui U -ipnl City is the i-lfgiii todij of the 4.1 .uu1 tkiU or Lioili bianci C-j OL lllO SLIM C 1C tlKlC 1101 no di UICL 01 11 ILL in_ niumuit uih i consist 01 to modern It m 13 llLcu-ib u m 01 ILI Lo to attack irom two dncc. turns Ihc Anii.Hi.ui IOKL idi time n sud to be made ruati. It tlurcuic if ol 111 ihn uc nt until moiL CL-CI tain t d luimil dtiliiuiio- m 1Ml I1 --lbh Ulltl1 Jl W U I 0111 Illicit X llieV lie 1C I1 it Ueh icluni Mi c US 1 i ninr I I ul UK 1 l I IL. 11 1 HeH V J 1 MIL lint the L lilt 1 M it S ill 1 1 1 IH L it Cl I- lUl L Ulll 11' 11 V I tin Who Lli itiiition J In it tl it in T n iliuii ic -i u tU an i lll-lH-5 III 111 0 t ui i m s it J ci i v ill be eu in i litet uid to ut ul fiom the land i i Vj ill 21 V n n u til lion MIAICO CiU timing 1 3C i i- lUU f in oOO Sp un uda IMtMc n- and 50 1 ng i-ihnicn an hcic Ii t under the pei condmtijii of Thomas en mines of tic Briton legation V D 4pnl dead at era is frank oncV of Albia son of o Jiu uldi Las miknow n Tl e onnsj iniiis ACathilda at VIbia JTc Mao a scam in it tithed to Uic 01 ind enlisted last jcai m n 1 lit mi 1 L r 11 OMIII too in Uic Mlu it is lh ii r iil il u ml i titntion in in IfinU rmloi of Tanipico Ti i i M i i uit notc-i UK in h L. UK in i t mi n i jiinc L ii till ind n-.tif.uli lull U ft Vn n n to it il it J ito Tt i i o1 al 1 th it an Vim i ic in H id 115 U i co it TJI i nt o im_.ht T md t f Onii to 000 in u iiul coiiititnti 11 ih-.ts ml I cut to piccco LI Calls Huerta Names vr n 1 ran President WiH Call Tor Troors i Inn ton C or in i tion reithul laU to 1 that tlic i resident Mould -oon ISMIC t for volunteers and that 0V piebald r be included in the till 1 his means that tw o of Iowa guards are likely soon to be j called on to troops The nni i incV j r in tlic firat call of course dc pfnd on and affairs grow worse or The extreme gravity of tlie Mas disclosed Mhcn the liounC senate conicices on the volunteer i cm met this afternoon and agreed on tlie lull agro d become cames from the lio anted piompt action and ncedtd EADY FOR SUDDEIO TODAY imal Dress Rehearsal Will Be Heid This Has Big Array of Talent JAOHHOIVOI NOON IV C Phillips Stricken Early This Mor- D un. TT Army of ePnormers 4.11 Ready ior the mug When He Arose to Get Dnnk ri iusL Are Numer- or Water ous v i 1 I ill a i oin.t-1 I 101 e co niLr 1 ii i i t J ior i a I ll 1 1 'ill 1 I I I I U 111 1 I I il 1 111 L lllllL LiL Ul I L i i i th 11 ii n_ i i he h ii not been we 1 i i i r lli i i 1 t 1 t n11 i and t1 c lii ii i 1 I i i t i n r in I i i i I t i _1 t i i t ul 1 f in 1 i -.tf I ch i n il a.1 oufc loin oclo morn J V 1 tl ll_ Ii l II Ml 1 l illll i d -I i i i Lli man _rf J.IIL pci ii nut rs a iu 1 ui u nt 11 v uui i J. l ill LJl I ill I i 11 i HOI ruh m in n0 it i h tl T.JL ot I I i 1 1 U II I 111 llt.ll l'l L i i 1 i ir II L i 1 1 1 L L J 11 1 111 1 t 11 t T 11 11 I 1 1 It l'l i I L l ill i i IL ill i m ir ill i j n o 1 ci-y I I I 1 I I -I II i t a ol or some mr h Ii n u1 nl u u i ii 1 i II 01. T John on You Are FStO BOCill ICIIIZEfIS 1 lux IK rn lir-d to linn but 'i iiuit- at r -n t cati n ro of n I f n 1 r ri 01 tliib i i iii i AI 1 illip smmii n j i I mo i n f r Ii i t i linn Al hill l ql nut n in 1 It i 1 Ii 1 i t nr o' i I 1 ill Mli a c nf nv f 11 i an' in l 1 u ii In i r a M-it PI n t ir Til i put 01 lli and Iif tiktn tlinn 1'Jn inans ucre cilk 1 ant hr I tier retiiniinj' to PC t lin -rl u Tin did n tl ill i I lluir jli on tut 411111 cy thc legislation hcid ol miliUiry iiUoiiucd C apiUdi afjcnt ot the dt-pai tiucutj thiL ill Ui be diu.gged into a uj-i with. Uiu Ijuitcd titdtca bj auj Ijodj tliib titj m a fcrmciit o u tallv jna iinhUuj picpaidtious to the -Mtviej.il eitj 01 Juait-fi acioaa the inci pursued even tenor ot its somnolent and the of evening and Monday monung fiom took At from to btolcn Ihe pi ice Una failed to cveite theft vus not until Monday 1 i im has been KIPfSEY STORE ROBBED Former Perry Man Loses SiLks Valued at 3Udnd ilegiBtcrNcwfa The L O JvnibLj entered in some mja tei mujinci ecu hist Saturday tho villagers. Ueneial disappointment toil LJ He sunpoded to be brin0inij a penon u Cbeort 01 j aMJid uppeunices the gen- ei il lelt moi.t Lli cm behind it nuu ____ and so f n as no has been obt uncd leiding to the anhiUienbion ot the gUiltj piitj 01 p irties jlic IKI' d f officials w uiititicil of the lobbeij and efforts Ixing made to lecoiu the booty uul ff i Ret U tluilj ol I..B folUmus IK eccnully tlu-t Uit lumuUd tlit Lmlod wfoiinul bj miUidL initits bUtch to piy anj jlte.il.on to Ju-t the th it ilninkeii old foi A ilia himself is a tci loaler Trouble on Western Border iJitgo April IL uhicea hoie Lt 9 tO ut iiom Consul Guj.int toll of antis VniLncin rioting at ilevicnn fe'derals the 9.' dmjr to the i w ere attacking tho Amencane Ilu monitor now in Sfln Diego mil leave immediately under oidcra for the Mexican Mexicans Strong At Tampico C C April 23 A unknown J he onh ki to the Ptnrc ere in jiqssi BSIOII of and hia son llobeil Ihc doo'-s u irf found Inpkn 1 UK nulou s seem e lj foslniwl uid iKUir of Uu m of rlurirtri Tho sup po-ition 13 th i-t ontnnee gun i through the acaistance of L skeleton key and th it the act uas the of pea pic thoroughlj familiar M ith the Handbag Taken from Torrence Homt. Big Hearted Circus Owner Will Allow Was Founi in Back Yard This Mor- All Members of Perry Troops Free Cash Taken Show Tickets J he nullj ig which n stolen fioin the Iiomc ol Mi and O L lor lence about the middle of ia ictninul the Lluef some tiuiu last night and ia once more in the poa uf romnci sin H iejoiein0r bee mse of the finding of IhCj I .ind my Hi it .LJ u will it he loft in a place where there is dingci of it stolen J lie h w t iken from the home w hile Torrence v as at it neighboi s ind although thorough M ucli is m ule no trace of it w is found This morning her little Don ild M is plaj injy h ill in the b iclc ml ind n d muh r a fence It not then hist ind the puppo ition is th it the tlnrf wlio m tJic igjilioi hi l brought it- 1 hinc dnnng tli ind jiliti 1 it it would e seen. Tn Ihr two rhorl 3 amount to i I ink hook and a in mbi r of otlur ii IH u hut UK t ish w is then w hui it was Flu Ing is om w hirli Ton one Ipi d highly and she is more thin latti to pet it back Martin T a former dispatcher who 13 now trainmaster for the MiVwiuikt at ifl IH re for a short with fricmls Ilu wife has bcon here for several days COMMERCIAL ACCOUNTS This bank has every facility for the transaction of a gen- eral banking business. We extend every courtesy to our customers consistent ith sound banking. Deposits sub- ject to check are accepted in any and interert is paid on time deposits. 4 PFR PAtD 0V Perry Savings Bank CAPITAL AND SURPLUS W. H. D. AML Cuitot STUCK IN A IE FOR Six Pear Old Cambridge Lad Has Hor- rible Experience But Will Recover who v ol Ind JJLK.II in ou m_r of ttii_ inkee liobnibon todaj ma le himself sohd with the members of UK I'ury tioop Ot beoutb n Ii told fat ouiui Ihoa ljierce the le ulinitted liet to erioiuiunce lomoi i iftenioon lie i not doing it for the liL Oi t out ol it but ueeaussc he bcliei in the seout and knows tliat the 1 idi belonging to the troop w 11 d iv be honoied and lespected men tf iff hv rctutn for his genrroaity Uie Scouts agreed to march tlm head of Iho parade tomorrow iinn in addition they will in cverv i in to h lp tin ciirus iieopl will to it tint the route of il mi i h i-t teams arc kept quiet and. other tilings of lint nitnro All of the boys he in umfoim and they arc it the pios puts H t thf s-lmw ef tin in is narh to fi'hi for Col Buchan an hcciusc of in 11 c 1 and of hi- Petitions Are Being Circulated Today Addressed to the Board of Supervisors ible obition to tlic I lialuueiit OL the big di unaDe dite'. tliionjh luia been brought o it in the uid eoneeited Je tion u ib tu-ken this moining the ponenta oj the piojiet when eirf u 1 ite L p titions jn Ii -ling igun-t th move lliebe will be presented to oiiil of at their sue1 t ing Several hundred properly owncrs hi Pi ITV be afiueted the diteli anj the is f who hive nt loth ol nioucj both for er uul driiiii ige crui not he w lij tluy uliould be failed upon to p iv tJic diaimgc ol some larm lann noith of tin and tliey in un tSk to sor wheic UILJ .are in my way benr- fitted J hi i t titioni arc IK hi erillj tod ij Tiul will present long nf iiuiK0 yiMn to Iho supers ib ors fi i mil km w that he Ind bcon si ok it ill Tip I-. his wife an i tlir c ono at in and Andorson or this ciU j fho fuiural will he held in Porrr an i mtnrmont will be made at Tlill but the da to can not annonn'1 od until 13 received from U i d Qucf Aih Bring Results WILL PREACH SPECIAL FOR 1.0.0. F. of reported lost Inst wns found Wcxlneiday afternoon in an olrl ten mill well lie ha1 Ixjcn for almost 48 hours Millie whi onh HIT pn.ru old did not conic Monilnj niffht lint that did not to ffiio his mother she in letting her ehildren tike of lint when the little fellow did not show up told of the nc ijrhhors that Willie must hiLiik run iivim 1mm nonu mil it that the little fellow in iround the Inck janl steppnrl into HUT well When found he vris in an iipnjfht po with his arm extended and is tins well is only ten es in diameter ho was so firmly wcdg ed in thiit it took thirty mmutes to jfet him Tfo when found and the doctors lire m hopes 01 saving his life. Coirtwr Sclli Propenr i T Lourlner Jins sold his property rtn Sixth direct to J H. wh.i bought tho property for lin OmirlTiCT CTJWCU to mare in lo Vulley Junction when- ke wcnrH n tritfc eemptmy. All Good Roads Lead to Roddans Tnesdij thcj will be In-caiLsi Peru is to nnki Ko id Drag TJn v i success On thnt we will ha'C on onr Tour1 line of clothing it is bigger and 1-etter than ADtER ROCHESTER HIRSH WICKWTRE SOCIETY BRAND CLOTHCRAFT will lw show at from lo S23 will also you a line of nifty furnishings The welcome sign is always out at Roddan's Clothing Home Rev Bnggs Issues Invitation to Odd Fellows and They Will Attend in a Body Sunday. A Itnggs pistor of Ui grLgational will prtitcli a JLL Hcnnou lo the mcmitors of 1 tllow B lodge on raorl- at 10 JO 1 he ra of the tho tion and uLUnd the C lias grand of Uic 'PITJ nsVn tlmt all momlxrs HI I thf citj ami nil belonging at other places uho ILTU niLct at the lia.ll at ti n o i lock almrp nuircli m a body to the church A section of the audi torium will be reserved for the mem hers Hov TCnpgs IH JL mcmTwr of the I O O and Ins srrinon will be of n A dnj iJic anniversary of the found o1 tho and thn dmcoiirw will to do with the great work whid tuts been accomplished. O.F. IUMMA OFFERS FIFIY DflLLAR REWARD FOR AUTO Des Moines Man Loses Hupmobile Cir With License Number April 17 A reward of Cj0 is being offered If V IhrU of DPS for dent CMdtnce for tho rotnm of IIP mo JfiipmolMlc Mini No ''Tiny b I Vo wlncli w n fro i in front of UK Moini s in c I nig on 1 r d 17th it ibout T 00 o clock m I IIP nfttrinxn l The PIT is linn aprilu d pqmppc1 uitli top ffli'-s front horn bolt 1 dash on U ft Imul limit r 1 on rn in 1 hnmprr m frcml Pnmt on luck of c.ai rulclw'd from ing rasing in rr ir All four w In had 1 ifik tiros Old car cover earned on roar when Tsmplass in rear curtain broken MISS 1 will. In i r Mimdr T irl Offer il Aets Afrs Agpinwall went to Heaver Park this morning for a Bliort visit her parents. I -Irn n dn loi Hoiit-er and cvcry- II IIIH uill i in Ihh MM bin I uu I J 'n tun ol J In u is compos- i I _1 1 mii-iei LIIB w'lo lln n then ibiliU I'v- 11 liltie eh t ul Ii IK IH.CII iv orkcd oat npnlh ind tliirt will IH no hitch tin mil is had iitaili r Mill jTMMjt i n troinl iro a in attendance 1 IK n is in iiinn of clowns with tho snow tins ji ir nnd Ihcro IH not a mora- nt win n arc not mnlving fun for tlio crowd I ho fun me In M Chirk and ho baa ns ahlo nmiqtantn foe Bish- on page LITTLE BOY LOST Soft of Mr Mrs. Elmer Wanders Away nil Dtsnl TV little Bon of Mr Klmtr who rwide on street wandered away from home this morn- ing and for a couple of hours the pur enta and rclotirca were extremely about him. rnporled at thn clerk'n office and Mr. Oro-is elicited the snppott of tin Me phone opprmtoni with tin remit that the kd WM loentH at the hone of F. Jt. 7S Owe rtrert. Of its officers is one of tlie features of this 's business which cannot be too strongly emphasized. You will nml our orhcialsconst.mt- ly informed as to the value of securities and can well advise you as to their desirability as to investments. We earnestly recommend that you consult with them in regard to any unusual fi- nancial problems. First National Bank   

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