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Eau Claire Leader (Newspaper) - December 22, 1921, Eau Claire, Wisconsin CAU ULAiKb IHUKSUAY 22 THE EAU CLAIRE 7 PARENTS OF CUIPIIED CHIIj IHEX AND CKHPIjES PLAN rTO HOfJi MEftTING The move fostered by parents of crippled children and cripples of this and nearby cities to bring Dr Adolf Lorenz famous Austrian or Weak Eyes Try This Simple Mixture People with wenl eyes achins eyes should try simple camphor hy drastis witchhuzel etc as mixed iu eye They wih 1 surprised al tins QUICK results On in witU weak nearsighted eyea re ortK a few days greatly im lrjvijd them Another case of weak aching eyes was heiped by the Ihst treatment One small nottlt helps ANY CASK 3tranci or eye Gadrby Drue Slort Clfis Drug thopedic surgeon to la expected to gain strength a meti g of those interested to held here within a short time It was announced at New York Wednesday that the Vienna specialist wijl make a tour of Michigan with a Hospital train fitted up ior the hold ing of free clinics The tour has been scheduled to begin about ruary 1 before the Chicago clinics are held according to the announce ment made by Health Commissioner I Copoland of New York j Several local people have Ven in communication witji Dr as sociates arid likely that the famous specialist will make a tour of Wisconsin citiVs following the Chicago visit Local surgeons and physicians have taken no stand against the pro posed visit of Lorez Lucky Tommy OConnor EPIDEMIC COST KANSAS crrv KANSAS CITY Mo Dec black small pox epidemic declared lo have been highly magnified in re circulated throughout the coun try lias cost Kansas City millions of dollars In Christmas trade the Cham ber of Commerce declared today Official board of health figures 3hov 29J cases of small pox in Kansas City n the lust three months There were about sixty deaths with a fovv cases reported in Kansas anci Missouri Fcv Turks have more than one wife iiKurugh Uicir lav allows them to j Uave four 1919 CHANDLER SEDAN 7passenger fully equipped with many extros and two exceptional fine heaters This car runs like a tiew car Owner will sacrifice Act quick KROL In Care of LudwSg So St T A T T FOURNIERS Mon Dec 26 under auspices of American Legion and 32nd Division Veterans Association Johnnie s Orchestra i Give Children Deposit Books for Christmas It would be difficult to think of a gift of more lasting bene fit to a child than a savings ac count The younger the child when the thrift idea is inculcated the more securely it Inestimable good may come of starting a modest savings account for each of the chil dren as a Christmas gift STATE BANK OF EAU CLAIRE POSTPONE HEARING OF DOROTHY LANGE FOR WEEK AT SPRINGFIELD 1 Hearing on the extradition pro I ctedfngs against Mies Dorothy Lunftrj uhose return to Eati Claire Is sought j by her father C G Larjgo of j city who charges libcrf lionds and war savings stamp val HOC at wfts yosterJay post ponod until noxt nt Springfiold 1 Hixjuiallion papers made out foi ShortfT Gnrman of Eau Claire conn j fy were questioned by the girls lawyer in the preliminary hearing yesterday and the postponement j iras granted by the Judge according to a brief report from iha Unite irrs District AJtorioy Htolts i with rfilicriff Garnian t SpriUKlt arrrsd at fhiinjto d she taken tlsft luuuls lo aid i Mrs Walter CiimsiixM wh who sayod SH is to srd the wiUiiH to u o i fuiiits in a lepa tight Ioi1 tinif of her huslcud by KKSCtK WOMAN RY SMOKH Oecn ter her fvo children to when their home caught firo ron mi1 overheated stove hereesrly today Mr A C Boll narrowly cv cavVp dfatli from suffocation ai ricrtTii tho buvniiK Imildinp Slo had returned to the secoml Cloor of the lioufo to save some valu and overcome by smoke so or nor imsmui the sccne and the woman to the ground li i roin a window AVhon arrested was re pci ted to this city hiit later decided In llvht ovtvad i A smokingroom reserved for ladies ion of it xew T on don hotel Courtesy Chicago American CHIPPKWA FALLS Dec siSHORTEST DAY OF YEAR ilamvay conductors find the rrcrv loam of Lucky Tommy OConnor the Chicago gunman and killer the biggestnuisance they ever experi enced Hardly a day passes that sumo man is not pointed out as the PROVES COLDEST HERE Mercury took n tumble to the low est point on the scale yesterday yen torday vInsu fiftern degrees hplmv zero was rivsstorid olIHiallv on the there are more or loss cranks on ev ery train tho conductors find it tliiti cult to keep the passengers Conductor Frank Manning of tin Soo line had an exciting time with 111 aged traveling man who pointed out a passenger a sibe real siui ori ginal Tommy OConror know it bim saw him many times and want ed the conductor to capture him right on the spot The train crew couid take him declared tho traveling man if they had guns The passengers became excite i and alarmed and all the more so a cne aged traveling man raised his voice Cut the conductor acted wise ly and after considerable arguing carried his point by Insisting that i Tommy OConnor was on that train none the crew or would be allowed to intertere with him 1 thermometer of it I VOiiford as S Weather Mr Whit ford said that a drop of oni1 decree had een taken during the moniinp for the thermometer been at four teen degress beiow yero when he had looked at 7 oclock and that the rec ord 5ad been inade after that Pesiiies firing I ho coldest day in j i Ue winter season so tar had the of being the diirtest tiny in the year From point on the days will steadily grow longer and tfui shorter Tho ciy yesterday hat appear anteof a stiff wiiMcr Siiioke poured from furnaro and Movea steam frotn ilie in clouds auuss stood biiclcettsfi at tlio curbs anri prdestrirns puffed througli Uie icy nir with frost whitening their iurnedup coat it roaiises to a snappy Christ mas OOOO U W STUDEKTS BELONG TO CHURCHES Religion Not on Decline Despite Al leged InUufMiceis Catholics Methodists MADISON7 spite of charges that the University of Wis consnis advancing theories which undermine the faith ot the students he Campus Religious councils esti natos of students aetiTe In the work of churches show that the has not decreased The exact figure which are now being compiled will MOME FJtOM BIO UTITT doubtless show HTI ETC t us S i as I J Out of about 7000 students G02 signified their religious preference Che Store of LJOSIERY is among the most of gifts for few men have been knoxtfn to have too many pairs kindtyou select here is the kind that he wears arid the kind that he Wants When it comes assure you that were always right 5fik Hosiery7Sc p Fibre Silk Hosiery 50c WoolHosiery 50c to Lisle Hosiery25c to 40c STO15J Fire of unknown origin destroyed Lne Smith building iocateu ou Mair street uglit Tlie building oclock i occupied iiy Mrs H K Eirunner as a mHiu ary store Damage to her stock reach S30u The SmiMing was valuetl at and was partialy covered by insurance The truiott fire department die some heroic work in battiinK thf names especially with the thermom eter beaded toward tho zero mark and prevented the fire from spread to adjoining buildings Buy a Man s Gift from a Mans Store upon matriculation The Roman Catholics lead with 1300 members an Increase of about 100 over ast year as estimated by the Rev H Heugell of the Caiholic church The Methodists lead the Protest nnt denominations with 1050 or about 100 less than last joar The Consrcgationnlists rank third with S75 The Presliyterian figures arc the same as last semester 850 The Lutherans and Episcopalians tie GOO members each Last year the Episcopalians had but 469 Xunihcr 275 Of the Baptiats there are 275 Hebrews 335 Disciples 100 Re formed 75 Unitarians and Evan gelicals 50 each In addition to thfse there are 215 others not clas sified under any of these heads No Holy Rollers or Holy Jumpers have been discovered but nearly ev ery other tnominntion claims sheep among the vast fold of students The Campus Religious council Is an interdenominational organization It embraces several faiths and In cludes one or religious work r one professor and five students from each of the following Rnptists Episcopalians Congrega tionalists Evangelicals Jewish Stu dents association Lutherans Metho dists Presbyterians Reformed Unl taiians V M C A Y W C A and others who accept tho general invt uulon lo join On Campus 5 Years For the past five years coun cil has been working on campus TUB reherioiis workers of the unher pityaro 21 in onehf ol I boinc rlergymen Pho sinn annuaily in main Roy and Eugene ONeil returned to Chlppewa Falls from Ashland wbere they completed the contract of installing ten blocks of electric Tvhite wny The Kcley Construc tion company of Chippewa had the contract work was executad the superlntemleney of Roy ONeil That he left a pood impres sion on tbo people of Ashland is evi denced by the fact that bis company I was given the contract to construe all the white way extensions in tha city and the wo krwili be done in the spring Bulgarian BloocJ Tea fcsminc hot at KILLS COLDS TLU FlnA ti blood tht itomnch grooen avtrytf old bj RESTFUL NIGHTS FREE FROM COUCHING At night let Deans Cough Drop dissolve in your month natures euch ft clear ing effect thai you will bs to peacefully free from coughing DetnB Mcntholaied Dropi with Juit Ihe prcptr iimonnt cf pura to them doubly Pleturt to iaila NowSc Co Mining reiiRiou work at iy is Thf i in ijiivl and ft nbout Tliv iiuf Is is 3J injj er of The real Hand Clasp of Friendship is Gloves for His Xmas Gift Fine imported and domestic Gloves in excellent quality especially priced for Holiday shoppers Yarn Gloves 5Qc Fabric Scotch to Lined Mocha to Cape to Complete stock of Buckskin Fur fined and Auto Gloves This store will be open Wednesday Thursday and Friday evenings
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