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   Constitution Tribune (Newspaper) - December 12, 1928, Chillicothe, Missouri                                PAGE FOUR THE CONSTITUTIONTRIBUNE WEDNESDAY DEC 12 1928 As the Lame Duck Session of Congress Was Opened The official opening of the lame duck or short session of the 70th Congress is of the House is shown presiding pictured above Representative Nicholas at the desk just in front of the flag Longworth of Cincinnati speaker IN myvs of Livingston County By J F CANTERBURY ConstitutionTribune Field Man w Suggestion No 4 Costume Jewelry Local News Notes A Mistake in Number Twentyfive instead of 225 will take part in the Christmas to given fit the First Methodist Episcopal cliurrh An error was mada in lijurc published yesterday Another Victim of Chicago Gangland Man Who Turned States Evidence is Found Fourth Chicago Heights Victim Miss Jewell Miner The judges were Warren C Hall Mooresville superin tendent Blanche Baker superintend CHICAGO Dec I fifth murder within ten days was dis ent of schools of Grundy county and he Mrs Newton debate coach at Gallatin Taylor Dowell is coach of the local team Next week the Chillicothe team Sen For Mr and Mrs Raulie will debate with the Bosworth team at Relatives here have received an nouncement of 1he birth of an 8 12 pound son to Mr and Mrs Ralph Raulie 861G Independence avenue Kansas City Tuesday December 11 their home in Kansas City Mrs Raulie will be remembered in Chilli ccthe as Irons GladbacX daughter of Mr and Mrs Peter Gladback Broad way Mr Raulie who is the son of Mr end Mrs Charlie Raulie Central avenue is also a former resident of Chillicothe Bosworth Old Fashioned Spelling Match The Missionary Society of Mt Zion Baptist church Will hold an old fashj ioned spelling match at the church en Friday evening December 14th Thers wll be a first and second prize given Following the spelling match a lunch will be served The public is invited to attend To Attend Funeral Mrs G C Carnahan went to Breck enridge this morning where she was called by the death of Mrs William Pritchett who died in Trinity hospital in Kansas City yesterday morning fol lowing an illness of several days with influenza and pneumonia Mrs Pritchett was married about six weeks ago The funeral services will be held in Breckenridge tomorrow or Friday awaiting arrival of relatives from Texas THUEE DIE IN HOTEL FIRE HOUSTON Texas Dec Three men died today when fire de stroyed the Boyle hotel a twostory structure here J J Lindley 35 be lieved to be from Birmingham was suffocated At A after the fire had b3en extinguished the body of a ssccnd man identified as that of L L Dugan a meat cutter A third body It was not identified immediately Aeeepts Position in K C John Cusick son of Mr and Mrs M J Cusick of Route 3 has accepted a position in the post office at Kansas City during the Christmas holiday rush Mr Cusick who will enter upon his new work Friday morning is a grad uate of the Sampsel High school and attended the Chillicothe Business col lege last fall and winter Vesper Services Christmas This year uie Street Methodist church Sunday school will prerent a very unique service in cel2bration cf the birthday cf the Christ which is the most sacred time of the year Com mittees from all departments are work ing to make this service one that will be impressive and in keeping with the true Christmas To Work at College Inn Paul Archer who was formerly em ployed at Schneiders has accepted a position with the College Inn and will begin work Friday Interesting Meeting The Central P T A met Tuesday evening at oclock The high school orchestra furnished special music and the Central Glee club gave a group of Christmas carols Miss Georgia Callahan gave a reading Just Before The Rev S P Wil liamson gave a talk on The Real Christmas The attendance prize was won by Miss Robert Per rine To Return Here Mr and Mrs M L Raymo former residents of Chillicothe were here today en their way to Kansas City where they will be the guests of relatives for several weeks They recently sold their green house in Brookfield where they have been living since leaving Chilli cothe and following their visit in Kan sas City will return here for a resi dence They will make their home here with Dr and Mrs A D Gray on South Locust street Mr Raymo was form eily proprietor of a grocery store on N Washington in the building now occu pied by P J Mallen Grocery and Meat Market covered in Chicago Heights today when the body cf Frank Basile 26j was found in the ruins yearold father of three children was was found at A M found on a vacant lot with a bullet hole through the head Basile was said to have turned states evidence against his Sicilian beer running companions Police as sumed that he was murdered as a traitor Todays murder appears to be as far from solution as that of Police Chief Leroy Gilbert who was slain in his home or the killing more than a week ago of Joseph Martino payoff man for the Chicago eHights beer syndicate Other victims of recent outbreaks in that suburb include an unidentified man who had been taken for a ride shot and thrown out at the road side and John Scanlon who was believed to have been shot by a posse hunting the slayers of Police Chief Gilbert Elect Officers A the regular meeting of R N A Model Camp yesterday afternoon in the I O O F hall the following offi cers were elected Oracle Mrs Vada Ware vice oracle Mrs Blanche Smith recorder Mrs Georgia Butler receiver Mr Minnie Cover chancellor Mrs Flossie Worley inner sentinel Mrs Lora Princle outer sentinel Mrs Cora Bevelle past oracle Mrs Harry Smith marshal Mrs Mont Dowell and man ager Mrs Frank Anderson and pi anist Mrs Earl Stepp Mrs Blanche Smith was elected as the delegate to the state R N A convention to be held in Moberly in March and Mrs Minnie Cover was elected alternate Here to Attend Funeral Mrs Nettie Jenkins arrived in Chil licothe last night from her home in Hammond Indiana to attend funeral services for her mother Mrs T F Ayers who died at the family home 213 Slack street yesterday following an illness of about a week of pneu AVin From Triplett Team The Chillicothe high school debate team won from the Triplett debate team yesterday afternoon at the Chil licothe high school gymnasiumaudi monia 3 OF BLUE SEA CREW SAVED Captain Is Near Death From Exposmre Two Had Died SAN PEDRO Dec a vain attempt to save two members of the crew of the barge Blue Sea which foundered in a storm off San Pedro yesterday Capt C W Ma master of the craft was near death today of exposure and exhaus tion Major and two other members of the crew were picked up by the naval sup ply ship Procyon after they had been afloat nearly twelve hours on an im provised raft Cafeteria and Bazaar There will be a cafeteria and bazaar Friday December 14 at the Parish house The bazaar consisting of fancy work and dressed dolls will start at 3 oclock and the cafeteria from oclock on MENU Ham Loaf Frankfurters and Kraut Potato Salad Escalloped Potatoes Baked Beans Pies Hot Rolls and Coffee Free Dawn Monday Lizzie goes on a splurge Monday over the road to Dawn where we overtook Earl Smith hauling a load of hogs to the Dawn station Ray Hudson was just finishing his corn picking today Ray shipped his hogs last week to St Joseph by truck where 7 head cf shoats six month and nine days old averagerl him two hundred and sixtytwo pounds apiece the Dawn shippers were busy again yesterday out thres car loads of hogs Ed Thomas and son Ted shipped seventysix head cf red Duroc shoats at at average weight of two hundred and fiftyeight pounds apiece and about the best average size every pair looked like the Siamese twins Crockett Sidden put 1810 pounds of bull beef on the market Carl Hawkins twenty head at 200 pounds apiece Joe Cunningham was preparing to move to Dawn had heating stove and rug cut on front porch Joe will move in Jim Baxters place just across the street from the lumber yard in Dawn Wilbur Barker had the misfortune of getting pretty bady scratched up by a cat while playing with his brother and sister in the hay loft the younger brother dropping the for Wilbur to look out wasnt quick enough to get out ofthe way TheMooresville girls of the high school basket ball team were feeling pretty good after the tournament play ed at Chillicothe Saturday the girls won the A cup for the championship of Livingston county one of the girls Miss Wanda Eiston also won the prize offered for the best sportsmanship honors The Utica boys won the A cup while the Dawn boys came out in second place winning the B cup The sale out at Floyd Edwards Tues day was attended by several good buy ers corn was bid off at seventy cents Hay sold for twelve fifty a ton and the household goods all brought a good price Charley Wolf skill was there passing j out a few bills of his sale which he will have next Friday Mr and Mrs Seigrist of Chula drove to Dawn and bought the kitchen cab inet Froggy Bill Scott Boyd Jim Reed Smoky Wilson Frank Arthaua Merle Hoyt and Pussyfoot Jones were among the ethers present A Practical Gift Every woman loVes beautiful Costume Jewelry and will ap preciate receiving a useful piece Our selection offers new and accepted modes in Necklaces Brooches Pend ants Bracelets Ear Drops and odd pieces All are individual in design and exclusive in pat tern Remember when you buy Jewelry it pays to buy where knowledge merits confidence Buy jewelry from a jeweler Isherwood Jewelry Company North Side Square THE STORE OF THE CHRISTMAS SPIRIT Attends King Eat with the ladies of the homecooked food A Dll3t THE HANDY SHOE SHOP COR CHERRY AND POLK STS First pair of shoss iprpught before 9 oclock each morning will be repaired at half price This holds good until January 1 1923 My Christmas gift to you All work guaranteed bpen eve nings G J MERGENTHAL D106t Proprietor ConstitutionTribune WantAds pay Order At Once We are prepared to take care of those who have overlooked ordering Greet ings Cards until the Ord ers received within the next few days will have prompt attention The Con stitutionTribune As conditions 01 King George of England approached a crisis his two physicians Sir Stanley Hewitt and Lord Dawson of Penn called a third doctor into consulation He pictured here is Sir Humphrey Rolleston KINGS ILLNESS HITS STOCKS Wall Street Hesitates As Reports Show Condition Critical NEW YORK Dec the condition of King George turned for today Wall Street hesitated The stock tickers barely moved Traders feared a terrific break in case of his death Prices had been fluctuating irj regularly lower on 8 per cent call money Then at p m the list was gal vanized into by a spectacular moment in Packard motors Motor shares in general shot ahead while the entire list was buoyed up on a new Funeral services were held at 2 oclock this afternoon from the Mt demonstration by the bulls Pleasant church Burial was made in Mt Pleasant cemetery and the services were in charge of Rev Brengle Judije Beals Improved The condition of Judge Ira D Beals who has been ill at his home in Kings ton for several days was improved to day according to word received from Mrs Beals who stated her husband would be able to sit up in bed in a short time this afternoon Secretary Jardine pleads for mercy for our wild life And Secretary Mel lon sends his raiders out to put it in jail Return From Fathers Bedside Mr and Mrs G A Ford and children Helen and Harold have returned from Marionville where they were called November 27 by the illness of Mr Fords father W T Ford There is no torium The vote of the three judges favor of the local i hope held for his recovery Mr Ford Resolved that j will be 74 years of age in February He I is the father of six sons and five daugh a At a Thanks was unanimous in leam The question was the English Cabinet system of legisla tion is riore efficient in Ensflaiid than ters all living The youngest child the Committee system in the United I son is 27 years of age The local team composed of giving dinner given by Mrs W T Ford Robert Seller and Clarence Potts had the negative side Miss Hazel Hatcher is coach of the Triplett team which is Three attended There were composed of Miss Elizabeth Gross and i seven present Grandmother Knew there was nothing so good for conges tion and colds as mustard But tha oldfashioned mustard plaster burned and blistered Musterole gives the relief and help that mustard plasters gave without the plaster and without the blister Gently rub it in See how quickly the pain disappears Try Musterole for sore throat bronchitis tonsillitis croup stiff neck asthma neuralgia headache congestion pleurisy rheumatism lumbago pains and aches of the bade or joints sprains soremuscles bruises chilblains frosted feet colds of the chest it may prevent pneumonia Jars Tubes at the family home in Marionville all of the children with the exception of Setter than a mustard platter Of all gifts a new motor car of all cars a new the fullest measure of Christmas cheer you could possibly give to your family 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