Atchison Daily Globe in Atchison, Kansas
23 Apr 1923

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23 Apr 1923

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Atchison Daily Globe (Newspaper) - April 23, 1923, Atchison, Kansas Associated press leased wire reports Atchison daily Globe. Largest circulation Northeast Kansas Price five cents. Atchison Kansas monday april 28, 1923. I six pages. Forty sixth year. No. 12093what has become of the o. F. Store clerk who was handicapped because he could not speak German dim Denly county treasurer passed away at 8 20 last night. Kart trouble the cause Rind been poorly for a year More funeral services next thursday afternoon. Or tue weather. 5 Akk Kukk a a act for Kansas fair in West thundershowers in Oast portion this afternoon or tonight cooler in East and South portion probably Frost in Southwest portion tuesday probably fair somewhat warmer in West portion in afternoon. Temperature readings highest yesterday s3 lowest last night 54, i p. In. Today 60. Mayor Thralls is exonerated Wellington evidence found insufficient. Is Royal theatre tonight and tuesday double program Douglas Maclean in v a Bellboy 13�?� orpheus Tonio it Ani Tiesha y performances at 2 00, to 7 00 and s p. Comedy mystery of Mam i Charles e. Iii ii county treasurer of att Bif Oil county died very suddenly Hist night. I rum Houri , it s 2u ii i link it hmm 100.1 Santa i e Street. Or. Smith had i ice ii set ii Only a few minute when he passed away. Lie had been working it it some patters in woodsmen Tell of hardships but foremen insists men quit work before food ran out commissioner reports not since a the kid has Charles Chaplin made a picture that has created such a furore As this. Recommends dismissal of ouster suit and that state pay the costs. Topeka. Ka1-., april toners hiding in Ute brought by the attorney part input against mayor 2. 1 Coin miss ouster suit general s de the rails Al Oih-1 the Tipsi Nir room suddenly a pain flies. Lie it at asked mrs. Smith cup ii a a Idee As in of the Home when truck in Down Lair and to prepare a was cold. While wife a daughter i in the room Luther gasp. Icim Miess. Mis Smith called who lives doot a 11 let t in ached i in tin Kitchen i Aln Smit it. W to with Hun heard i in lapsed int a s Lier Union three of the i land after v la Hart left floating ice Aud when or. of of to a Smith he round animus Mal or Smith breathing Only slightly. Or Tom Homer a called immediately and when he arrived til the Home a few minutes later or Smith had already passed away i. Sum ii had in t been in Good health to a year. The j Pou Sibili lies of of Iee at the court House seemed to overtax . And several Tine h past year he a forced to leave the nip. A for Short periods it red last. Friday lie suffered a Spighi Al Burk of the Saint trouble that appeared shortly Lefoie ids death Lair to teem red from it in the space of a few minutes. Heath last night bunted one of the Best citizen Atchison county had. Halite san it had thousands of friends throughout the county and not enemies he was a kindly Eon is i gentleman whom everyone admired and i spelled. In Busi-1111 s Altair he was thoroughly Coti is Leo in -. Or Smith was never he 11 d to or. It bar a thing about any one. He probably had a wide an be Imi Taneo among the. Citizens of tins county As atty Man. Or. Smith had by a ii county treasurer of Atchison i Utility a Little More than a year when lie passed away. W in n .1 quot to m Price resigned of to a in March of last year. Or. Smith a. Appointed by the Board of courtly commissioners to take tip tin work. I it Filiti or. Smith was Etc ted As the ice uti Ion i candidate for county treasurer the largest majority s ten any of urns be. King Republican nominations for county others. Ile had no opposition at tire general election in november. Wien he was appointed county i Rejin tar of Atchison county. Or. Smith a cashier of the suite Hank a i a licit St Al. A p Ilion he had held a vj11-i ibis lie moved to Midi Isi a from Lancaster last fail living at ill 7 North seventh Stiver for several months be fur moving into the House in which he passed away. I m tier a ii Veals previous to ibis or. Smith was a Hier of the state Hank at Huron. Or ,1.1 quot a in thu k Fugitt Busi. Frankfort. Mich., april 23 eight woodsmen and a woman Cook who had been marooned on South Fox is Bual Are recovering today from the effects of weeks of scant rations. The party with an aviator whose plane was wrecked in an it tempt to take food to the Island were brought Here Hist night by a steel ear ferry. Effort to reach the sufferers with i food began last wednesday when a party Leat Hod Ila main t a perilous t rip across the three told the suffering of i heir com i air for tin wrecked s immediately Island. The Rex in attempts to stranded Wood idling.,. Pc Tjw a nine years from. Ski to null. I in Ivy Hunyor of of i Uglum while a reside in a by it j had prominent in Civie affairs. A or. Smith was married iii kiting Ham on March 2d. I ass to miss Annall orcs. Of North of Etlin Ghani. They vide their Homo on a farm Northeast Fth Muscotah for the first seven years it their married life until they moved to killing Haiti. Elia vies e. Smith was born in Prini ton hi., july 2. 1867. With parents or. And mrs Thomas h. Sin ii la. He came to Kansas seven years later. For six years they made their Home at Pierce function Kus., Aud then they moved iii to farm North East of Muscotah where or. Smith spent years until i marriage iii j ass or. Smith s Tallier passed away in pm i hut Kotlier still lives at Effingham. Surviving or. Smith tile the widow two children. Miss Lola Smith at Home. And Floyd Smith of Huron jus Kotlier mrs. Thomas Smith. Of tin glut til i three Sisters. Mrs. A. It i la i Ilia to. At 417 Kearney Street. Atchison. Mrs m f even of Muscotah Blet mrs. Lila Oche Keorce. Of near Horton and two Brothers Albert Smith of los \ Geles. And Thomas it. Smith of Huron. Or Smith was a member of the masonic order at Huron the Wood men. Of i a nest sir the Atchison elks Lodge and the Lancaster Odd Fel lows. The funeral Orvices will he held at the Home i thursday Nalei noon at a o clock. Tim Christian science chair Eli service will he used. At lilt grave in tin Effingham cemetery the masons will have charge. I Pani oms began a no planes were Curry supplies to tin cutters. Ann Arbor ear ferry number fin1 left Here yesterday and made the trip to the Island and Back after an All Day Battle wit it ice and fog in j Lake Michigan. According to the Story told by men of the Colony Ami the woman Only a few Beans and frosted potatoes were iii the Larder when hell arrived. The party had cooked some of the food a brought by air plane and were to eat when tin ferry boat arrived but the meal was forgotten in tin haste to leave the i land. Members of the partly tasted Coffee they As erred. For tin first Lime since sep. Tend a when they came aboard the ferry. The Story of privation and it and ship was us land ruled by a1 of tin a yen resorted Exive nets ask Foreman of the Crew in employ of the Zapf fruit company of traverse pity. Ask said the Mon refused to work a a ter March i. The men asserted they were unable to work because of la a a of food. Wheat is in Fine shape Eastern Kansas prop excellent Western portion very dry. Topeka Kus. April 22 wheat i in of i Elk a condition iii a Tern Kansas fair in the Central portion and unpromising in the Western part according to in weekly crop review is Neil today by Secretary j. Molder of the state Board of agriculture. Bain measuring from one to two inches fell generally Over to Eastern third last week. While tin Central third had i from one fourth to two and one half j inches. Tin latter precipitation however was not general and ii great j Deal of the Benefit from this moisture was destroyed by High and drying winds Only local Bower occurred during the week in thu Western Vee Tion except iii extreme Northwestern counties where about urn and one half inches fell. Nne be Oil Price reduced Dillon and i. A. Hogged pol in i vials of Wellington tiled in die supreme court today held that the state i did not have sufficient evidence to a remove the officials from office and recommended that the costs la Asse ssh d against the stale. Proceedings against mayor j. M. J la Rolls and police department Wen started several months ago. Tile investigation was made by Fred l. Tabla superintendent of tile Kau As anti Saloon league and j. K. I funding both deputies under former attorney general it. J. Hopkins. The friends of mayor Thralls persistently have charged that i tit trouble started ova r the kit Al tax in i a ii Issue which involved the discharge of a member j of the. Police department because of alleged membership in tin klan. Iii tile recent a Lection mayor Thralls j was re elected As Art anti klan Ca nil i a i la extensive hearings into the Clung j is of tin state that the City officials i were not enforcing tit prohibitory Laws were held. At these. Ezra bran j inc of new roil. In a bled As a special commissioner appointed by the state i Spreine court. In findings hied i today Futor missioner Rauine set Forth Twenty findings of fact. Referring to the evident presented and held that in none was then sufficient a evidence on which to uphold a charge i i of malfeasance or mis in sane of of i flee. Mayor Thralls is one of tin pie. Neers of Wellington having there since 171 when to began career As a Cowboy. He lot previous in served As mayor chief of police and sheriff. held that the evidence was practically similar in All three cases and decision was alike in till three. The findings will a taken under advisement by me supreme court and to final decision tendered later. The findings mentioned tin following places in Wellington which were involved in the investigation the in Rev. Star. Palace and Antlers Rooming houses elks flub a of Pool Hall and Duenki drug lore. In each instance evidence was insufficient. Commissioner Bonnine held. He maintained that the evidence on the other hand proved that us official to t Imi of the of dvrs was iii Good Faith and that tin City officials acted in cooperation with other officials a count v and state. Notional a picture 7t7it�?~ Pilgrim 4 great reels Hes a riot As the convict who stole a Parsons clothes admission with tax adults 40c, children 20c shows matinee 2 and 3 40 evening 7 and 8 40. Theodore Roberts surpasses All of other popular characterizations in the title Rob of funny lovable William Demille mileage boors f White paint Are enjoined $2.50 Gal. I o n interstate Commerce commission will carry Case to supreme court. Boston april 23.�?a permanent injunction restraining the interstate Commerce commission from carrying out its recent order providing for the Salt of the Noil transferable and interchangeable mileage tickets at a 20 it or cent Price reduction wits issued today by judges Mack. Brewster anti lived Morris in the Federal District court. His j the injunction order was issued after a hearing on a petition of of Eastern railroads opposed to thu interstate Commerce commission ruling. Washington. April i Commerce Eom Mission today that tin Federal sued it Boston restraining missions Railroad mileage spallation from going into effect ably would be appealed at once to supreme court for a final decision. At a Rmstrong Bros. Outside White for dwellings. Duly about 40 Gallons left. Red onion sets per Pound Loc. Soudan grass get it now or you will miss out we have about too . A few bushels of Clover seed left. Plenty of Alfalfa Bluegrass Timothy a tile rap Etc. To . P. Sell granulated sugar $1.00 25 . V is ii granulated sugar $2.60 too . Sell. Granulated sugar$10.50 sugar prices subject to Market changes. 1 50 la. Blocks Salt 50c. Barrel Salt $3.25. Oil meal $3.50. Bran $1.55. Shorts $1.70. C Hick feed $2.75. Oat Flake $3.50. Steel Cut Oats $3.85. Too _. Bar Box White flyer laundry soap 23. Interstate $3.00. Navy Beans 10c la. Peanut officials said butter Randy 20e. Jelly Beans 20c. Court order is Best Grade soda crackers made from the Corn finest flour and Best shortening put Book in up in la. Boxes per la. 16c. Mixed prob cookies per Pound 25c. The ear or shelled Popcorn per la. 5c. Theodore Roberts May Mcavoy a my con Rad Nagel from the new starred for Many added York and Loudon stage years. Rathe review. A a Success iii which Cyril Maude children 20c, adults de # Martha Washington chapter no. 215, o. E. S., will meet in regular session. Tuesday evening april 24. Initiation. Leona Andrews worthy Matron. Anna Jones Secretary. Washington chapter no. I a a to and 8�?� meeting. White Stone Slop jars with Bales Aud lids $1. 00. C ups and saucers 20c, plates 20c, # gallon crocks 20c, gallon jars 20c, National correspondent discusses or chums per gallon 25c. A animation with Kansas veterans i lass lamps Complete $1.00. Kayo Parsons Kus., april 23.�?state offi bumps $5.00. Coleman lamps rom Cors of tin Kansas chapters of quot la $8.00. Coleman mantles Ioc. Society Des 40 Domines it 8 Che 1�xu Wagon covers $5.95. Bura Yea tix of the american legion Are boxes $1.50. Meeting Here today with in e. Mc-1 Hickory smoked sugar cured Donald. Scuttle was National Cor breakfast Baculi by the b or respondent of the organization. At a to Ltd i1�?T Hgt. 2 in. At r. A. M. Regular convocation wednesday. April 25til 7 30 p. In. Work in Mark and past. Atchison Dye works this and is Good for pair of pants free with suit order or 25c amounting to Over $1.00. Of and pressed $1.00. On cleaning suits clean 211 Joe a. Johnson. Commercial Street. Phone 399. Dance at Denton wednesday. April 25th Welty a orchestra. Melrose meat Market to la. Dancing Marathon is off Anno inc Prairie Oil amp Gas company is big decrease. Independence kits., april 23�?a reduction iii the. Price of crud Oil at Wells lilo first in the mid Fields was announced Here this morning by the Prairie fit amp Bis of puny. Tilts reduction bring the Price of crude Oil Back to the prices announced february to after a fifth consecutive Rise. Which ranged from is to per barrel for Oil of less than 28 degrees Beaume Gravity up to $2.50 per barrel of 4t above. Wichita City manager declines to Grant a permit. Wichita. Kus. April 23�?fity manager fail f. Elliott today declared or would refuse to Grant a permit authorizing dancing in Wichita after Midnight and announced that the Pollee would mop the proposed dancing Marathon scheduled to begin Here tonight. If an attempt was made to conduct the contest without a permit. Miss Lucille lived Lancing instructor who is iii charge of the affair Lias contended that it was a contest and not properly included under Reg i lations governing Ordinary dances. Six couples and nine men had dignified their intention of parties Paft my. A permit is necessary in Wichita for All dances which cont in in Midnight. Elliott said. I noon delegates from Pittsburg Wichita Independence Neodesha and Winfield had registered at legion Load i planers lie re. Mcdonald is Here for an inst 0 Tion of the state Headquarters As part of a nation wide tour. He will also explain the child welfare plan of tiny to and 8" As adopted at the meeting of tin executive committee in Kansas City saturday. Tonight he will be tin guest of the legionnaires at a banquet. Want your business evaporated peaches per 2 . Jar. Eat liens and fresh eggs. Phone 238. We collect Oil delivery. Armstrong Bros. 107 North eighth Street. Cash and Joy. Debt and worry. Memorial Hall the famous boiling beef la. Pot roast la. Hamburger Steak la. Chuck Steak la. Calf liver la. Sliced Bacon la. Pacofi Coffee lb., lean pork Steak la. 8 15e 12 1 20 150 150 ,.350350 Small lean pork chaps la 200 link sausage 150 bulk sausage 150 pork shoulders la 12 1-20 spare ribs 12 1-2c neck Bone 50 bulk Kraut ii for 250 .17 1-20 smoked pork sausage la. .200 after Bert Blair near death pert Blair Well known retired Farmer is near death. Ile is unconscious and it is feared lie will not live through tonight. In has Brights disease and has not been feeling Well for three years. Or. Blair lives on n i ii i ii Street a half Block North of foist Norella Street. His sons Are at bedside. I want my friends to remember i Ani iii business and want a share of their patronage. I have plenty of fresh vegetables that i get each morning the Best of i fresh groceries plenty of fresh country eggs and Blitter meats of the Hest Grade at reasonable prices. Also River i fish that Are fresh. _ i want my friends to remember me Washington. April 23 police to quot a to give la a a squirt. 0f heir Trade Ferent was necessary today to stay the feet of the last two survivors degrees and Washington a dancing Marathon win after a mysterious disappearance Dur a big tin night lame Back to to dance Hall and announced they Wen continuing unbroken the performance they begun last wednesday night. When Tho Pollee broke up the dance the couple declared they were completing their 108th hour and had made a new worlds record. J4 of. Loaf bread for. Smoked California hams la no. I skinned hams per la. 100 150 22 1 20 c. C. Anderson All Day Market phone Idi. 112 South eighth Street. The show Tod Youk tamil y tonight and All week. Curtain at 8 15 i ladies free toni lit j Quality service and Price radio tubes we now have in 199, u. V.-200, c. Dock w. In ii w. I. 12. C 300. Ibn f. V. V.-201 a Diode Welsh Peanut. Accidentally shot Wike. M1ssoi Rian held kor death. Feed Farmer children Hurt in school wind and electrical storm threw debris into building. Nashville. Tutu., april 23 during ii severe wind Aud electrical storm tit Donelson. This county late this morn lug tin chimneys of the county High school there were blown Down the debris tumbling into the school Rosiu and injuring to number of children variously estimated tit from 12 to 2< five of the children were brought to thu City Hospital Here. The most seriously injured a re it it v. Whiteside jr., la. A fractured Skull and Mark Ben a Oit. Fractured skill Aud probably in injuries Baru proprietor Aud quarrelled Over key. Slater. Mo., april 23 Gordon son proprietor of a feed Baru Here is iii tin comity jail at Marshall today. Charged with first degree murder As a result of a shooting Here yesterday in which John Dobbins a Farmer was killed. The two men Are said to have argued Over the Possession of a key to Lite feed int in. When i Midline went there to feed a team of Milles. Kansas Farmer was removing Shell from Shotgun. Sedgwick. Kits., april 23 mrs. J. M. Henson wife of a Farmer living into a mile North of Sedgwick was seriously injured this morning when a Shotgun in the hands of Lier ii to so Nel Laad was accidentally discharged wounding the woman below the Knees Oil hot ii legs. Ben Sou says he had shot tit a Hawk and was extracting to second Shell from the Shotgun when the piece was discharged. The Accident occurred about 30 a. In. Mrs. Benson was rushed to a Hospital in Newton kits. Joe Mccune amp daughter m inter Kansas. Strictly commission dealers in land and real estate. Trade for Stork Aud fats. Will most trustworthy tires built Atchison Vulcanizing co. Seats now of Byrness i or 25r, 35e and 55c a emr. Antonio or a the italian s revenge a comedy drama in i arts. Novelty Yai Dev Ille entire change nightly Leshay night a pal of mine another a Jimmy Valentine plenty of sets parts of the most Complete of Kansas. Ami accessories lines of radio always supplies ill Stock. We carry to or found in the one Tate Low amp Blythe electric co. Fifth and Kansas Avenue. Phone 3 by All week specials 108 South seventh St. Kansas roads rough and Muddy. Pittsburg partly Cloudy roads Muddy. Emporia Cloudy roads fair. Coffeyville Cloudy roads fair. Sui i a Cloudy roads Muddy. Hutchinson Cloudy roads fair. Ottawa Cloudy roads rough. Vika visas City Clear roads rough. Wichita partly Cloudy. Roads rough. Topeka Bain. Roads Muddy Kai Isas Clive rain Roods Muddy. Flowers along Highway. Plan to make plan of Kansas auxiliary nationwide. Iola has april 23 Ait Appeal to All Camps a my auxiliaries of tin fluted Spanish War veterans to make Tho Floral memorial Dan launched by tilt Kansas auxiliary nation wide and that All observe the planting Date. April 28. A issued Hen today. Ape dial recognition of the Day is Given in a message received from mrs. Jonathan m. Davis wife of the Kansas governor american legion meets tonight dance i la. Box Bacon. Picnic hams. I hone 277 breakfast Baron. Pork Steak. I eau pork roast. Pork loin ends. Tire Porte sausage. Ham ends for baking. Ham Shanks roiling. Ham sliced Center cuts. Pure i Ani. I ure i a of lard. 5 . For. Rally beef liver. Commonly sold for calf we deliver. Liver. I Tiller auspices of knights Columbus. Wednesday april 25. Al cry one in it cd. Of 0 k Market i. J. Ward prop. Fourth and Atchison. Phone 155. Baseball Emporia state Normal is. . Benedict s College wednesday and thursday april 25 and 26 game at 3 p. In. Admission 50c i

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