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Burlington Gazette (Newspaper) - April 23, 1923, Burlington, Iowa The Burlington Gazette. Monday april 23, 1923. No Heads drama league Izat Lon of a morons a and Quot Low it was related How or. Bennett made curtain talks in several of the larger cities of the country handing out promiscuous slams to theatre goers in general and the drama league in particular. He was Beng starred in Quot he who gets slapped at the time and the Story goes that formidable ranks of empty seats thirteenth annual session of irked the actor to exasperation that Burlington benefits by Purchase of new engine league Coe to close saturday. I broke out violently at a reception which the Detroit a leagues a gave for or. Bennett in Detroit wherein i or. Bennett failed to wait for the Tea. Wafers and gossip. His exit i was enlivened with this speech it is j reported a i despise you provincial ignoramuses. Good Bye i mean i goodbye i m not coming Back w. C. T. U. Makes awards in evening contest in Public schools. Morning Sun la., april 23.�?friday evening april 20, wms the end of the work of the scientific Temperance instruction of the w. C. T. U. In the. Morning Sun Public schools and that department closed with an Iowa City la. Pili 23-Francis Ceil son. Chicago was re elected president of the drama league of America at the closing session of the j j0 pea r 0 pm pts seats league s thirteenth annual session at i aside from consideration of or. The University of Iowa Here Satur Fannett arid his Case the Days Dis Day. Harold a. Ehrensperger Chi cushions of play going and the prob Cago. Continues As executive Secre j pm an j opportunities of commune evening devoted to the contestants tary and Charles s. Peterson Chica j in gds a Little theatre circuits was in and the children. A program w As ruffled. Pasadena cal., is the Only City that has yet made a request for the 1924 convention. Holt sounds warning. Real Progress in training the Din go. Is the new treasurer. Vice presidents for the coming year Are or. Richard Burton. Minneapolis Dudley Cowles. Atlanta Otto Kahn new York William Lyon Philips Yale University and George Arliss new. Matic tastes of America was in dict York. Bennett s charges. Some but not too much consideration was Given to the repeated charge of Richard Bennett actor that the drama league is a a Community of dumbbells a and Organ de in the reports of the nearly,20 departments of the drama league. A but a warned Charles Holt Minneapolis a if the movie goes on and the theatre does no to come Back Well forget what the spoken language or. Holt told How thew Are teach i put on at the methodist Church which. Consisted mainly of the Reading of the essays ranking first and second j in each of the four grades. After each Grade read their essays one of the committee awarded them their i prize which consisted of an envelope containing the $1.00 or $2.00. A list of sixteen names of those deserving honorable mention was read. The winners were eighth Grade first prize William Mckinley second prize wll Liam Mckeever. Seventh Grade first prize Lucille Wilson second prize John Hether. In ton. Sixth Grade first prize. Dale Wilson second prize. Doris Owens. Fifth Grade first prize Helen Griffith second prize Phillip Mckinley. After this program the children presented some stunt for the social hour. With the generous help of the teachers and the children this hour Burlington s new pumper engine a j has Given a $13,000 addition to the fire depart 1,111 up ment will be a decided asset to the City and according to general comment its Purchase by the City Council it meeting general approval. The new apparatus has been described May continue the Blair Plant Case application to release seized property scheduled to be heard this week. It considerable thought has been a stumbling Block. A feeling that this obstacle could now be overcome the City a 1 week ago. Authorized the Purchase from american France fire en-1 Kine company inc., Elmira. N. Y., this firm having sold Burlington in detail previously in this paper and other fire equipment which has been the photograph reproduced above. Will give an idea of the appearance of the new fire engine. For years the Purchase of such an engine has been under consideration As has also the Complete motorization of the department. The Council highly satisfactory. Some reports to the contrary officials at the City half announce the Purchase we As made on the administrations own initiative. The new truck will be Here in september. New Telephone subscribers Raymond Middle 11 of six Fritz town Road. 19-f11�?luth. Chris Hunt Road. Dances decorous legion Tost at Danville regents rumours concerning weekly social events. 273�?obrecht-Keo company. 115 x. Third Street. _. _280-W�?Duckstein Brothers Dairy was most enjoyable. Everyone did Avert Avenue. 796-j�?schoeneborn, Gus f. 1421 their part readily Ond effectively three elaborate dramatizations were part of this hours entertainment. A question Box answered by musical selections closed this hour. The children were then invited into the s. S. Room where the w. C. T. U. Ladies served them a thoroughly appreciated treat As their stunt of the evening. 2024 411 s. My hair grows finer thicker every year by Edna Wallace Hopper at my Ripe age my hair is such As any girl might envy. Heavy and luxuriant Fine and clean. I have never had Gray hair never falling hair never a touch of Dandruff. And every year despite my age it grows More Beautiful. It in my greatest glory admired by All who see it. Yet i have stood in then some hair Falls out some loses its color All ceases to thrive. Just As Flowers Wither and perish when stifled by weeds. So those scientists in France gave me the formula i use. It combats the Dandruff softens hardened Oil stimulates the hair roots fertilizes the Scalp. They told me it would ing Minneapolis children an appreciation of the drama by presenting selected plays in a special theatre. Fairy tales have been dramatized but such melodramatic incidents As slicing off the ogres head must be carefully censored to avoid complications in the juvenile audience. Few dramatists of today have the necessary background for their work said Francis Veilson. Chicago president of the league. He believes that w Riters of modern drama should delve More deeply into classical prose and poetry. In reviewing the third Street South fourteenth Street. 1384-w�?blessing, f. L tenth Street. 1410-l-x�?vftbdehei, f. Summer Street. 1720-L.J-Westfall, c. I Gertrude Street. 1727-Y�?Robertson. Emma j. 1600 South twelfth Street. 1742-W�?Mohler, Peter 915 Linden Street. I �?75-j�?wischmeier, Jos. C. 130 North seventh Street. 2045-lw�?gowger, j High Street. 2u63-l-j�?thurman. Albert 703 North main. 2650�? Jacobs. Don 1203 Washington Street. 2887-W�?Nesbitt, h a 1003 Starr Avenue. 2893-J�?Beck. Mrs. Geb., 1606 South tenth Street. The Danville american legion Post which is endeavouring with signal Success to pay off the indebtedness on their line new Home by giving weekly dancing parties resents the stories that have been circulated by people opposed to the affairs that they Are not conducted 246 South with die decorum. The legion committees supervise the dancing and the deportment of the dancers and will tolerate no roughness disorder or any improper conduct. Those disposed to act that application for the release of property seized by the government agents in the raids made on the Plant of the Lair beverage company and the Molto manufacturing company several weeks ago is scheduled to he heard this week in Davenport la., before Federal judge Martin Wade the Date being the 25th, but it is reliably reported that efforts Are being made to continue the Case. The Brief asking a release of the seizure explained some time ago in the Gazette was flied by attorney i a Monte Cowles for the Plant Here or. Cowles however was called to Virginia because of the illness and j death of his daughter and he has not. As yet returns. For this reason a continuance is being asked. Or. Cowles is expected in Burlington Tho latter pert of the week. United states Deputy marshal Thomas Gray was in Burlington on saturday and subpoenaed several witnesses to attend court in Davenport it being Undersood that these witnesses were to a a give testimony to the effect that the Blair Plant actua1-Ly is a the Deputy marshal will be Here late today in route to attend the court sessions in Dav \ Export. Stricter liquor blockade is aim of government continued from Page one the suppression of rum running. The principle involved is an important one for of great Britain were India j Ferent to a conspiracy to violate american Laws there might be a reciprocal indifference exhibited in eminent is ready for important action soon to be announced. Before the step is taken however foreign governments will have to be advised of what is coming so that they May caution their nationals against engaging in conspiracies to violate american Laws. According to the prohibition enforcement office Here rum running has declined materially in the last few months chiefly because of the disputes among the rum runners themselves the growth of piracy among the adventurous Skippers of rum running vessels and the huge Cost of arranging for the shipment ashore of liquor from the larger to the smaller vessels. The wireless is the principal medium of communication but the government is exercising not Only a close watch on that radio apparatus of the rum runners but is keeping an Eye on the Small Craft. 4 Light Craft to be used. It is admitted however that the rum runners have had much the better of it in evading the government patrol especially in Florida Waters but the use of the Navy is expected to change that aspect materially All the submarine chasers and Light Craft which have been Idle since the War May be manned by the Navy and sent on the enforcement patrol. The administration has been hard pushed by the a a Drys to take this drastic step and the Drift today is toward Complete and effective use of the sea forces of the government to uphold the volstead act. Apptt j both Natl Board of not u tits writ in the limelight for 32 years As a must-1 multiply the Beauty of my hair and Cai comedy Star. Beautiful Al 57. I owe this to my Mother. She said a science knows some Way to beautify the hair. Let us find so we it certainly has done so ugh an a e-1 trop per. I Call this formula Ray hair youth. I apply it with an Eye Dropper once a Day just enough to Dampen the searched the world until we found1 Scalp. It takes but a moment and it the Best that science offered Mother died at 57 thoth hair like mine today. Never a hair turned Gray i used what she used with like results. Scores of my friends have done likewise and All have this Beautiful hair. So i am convinced that millions can enjoy these benefits and i am going to help them do it. Hair is stilled. Experts Tell me that hair health depends on a healthy Scalp. An Oil called sebum accumulates there grows hard and clogs the pores. Dandruff attacks the Scalp. Then the edified hair roots deteriorates or perish. The pigment which gives hair its does no to muss the hair. Now i offer this formula to All. I Hope and believe it w ill bring to Mil and j Lions what it brought to me. I have never met anyone who Bas found a hair help to compare. Edna Quot Wallace hoppers hair youth Sells everywhere at 50c and $1, with Eye Dropper. Also my facial youth a my famous liquid Cleanser. Also my youth Cream my fruity cold Cream. Also my White youth Clay. My Beauty Book comes with each. I Hope that All who want Lovely hair will see what my hair youth does. If the first bottle fails to please you your dealer will return premiere of his romantic comedy a the Bath he said he saw an enthusiasm and spontaneity in the work of the University of Iowa students who created the roles that the professional stage has lost. A i saw there a Happy blending of a Broad training from burlesque to he said. A go on with your w Ork. It was backing up the accomplishments of the drama league Are printed pamphlets bibliographies and other material at the leagues Central office assisting the centers in the study of play going and the production of dramas pageants and Junior plays. Information on All phases of drama league work is supplied in thir fashion. Lecturers Are also sent out to various clubs in the country to talk on dramatic work. Features of this years convention Are exhibits showing the 3199-w�?shaw. John d. 1203 Pat Terson. 2366-Lj a Lippert Roy 2320 Gnahn Street. 3380-j�?pappas. George 409 North sixth Street. 3614-m�?gruenjes, Henry go South plane Street. 3756-w�?savacool. W. E. 1719smith Street. 4161�?sutter. Mrs. Mary ish South main Street. Mcm �?o3 Ous import to the British Empire. British fear in. S. Sentiment debates in the British parliament within the last few weeks have indicated a belief on the part of some of the members there that an american sentiment against great Britain might be built up if rum running was countenanced by the British through improper clearance papers and similar devices. Whether this is a Correct View of american sentiment is beside the subject for it president Harding insists to the British government that better cooperation be practice be is very Likely to have his Way. What the British want really is to see whether the United states warning issued. Indiana plays at Iowa City on next saturday Chicago april 23.�?Chicago and Northwestern playing at the University of Chicago will open this week s Western conference baseball series tomorrow afternoon. Illinois and Purdue clash at Urbana wednesday while the maroons resume the Pennant Chase again on notice the Beautiful Homes a distinctive attractive roof it necessary for the most Beautiful Homes. You can have it at very Low Cost and with double Protection against fire wind and weather by specifying Vul Canite Hexagon slabs for your new Home or for re roofing your present one. This pleasing Hexagon design comes in soft Green or Indian red. The patented construction makes it easy and economical to apply. It can be Laid right Over die old shingles without the expense of tearing them away. Let us quote you prices and show you the Many attractive designs in genuine Vul Canite roofing. Call or phone. Ellis lumber co. Telephone 1065. No. 101 South fourth Street. Dealers in the Best building supplies of All kinds 3043-Lw�?Jones, Ellis 515 South i Friday when Wisconsin comes to Chicago. The badgers started the race successfully winning from in j Diana last week 8 to 3. Minnesota the Only team that has j i. Ii i government is itself in Earnest. The not started its 1923 season will swing into the fray saturday against Northwestern at Minneapolis while Wisconsin will try Michigan at Ann Arbor and Iowa and Indiana will play at Iowa City. Illinois will re heard on the curb patrons of Reilly a cafe will learn with genuine regret that it is extremely probable that col. Bill Graham night desk sergeant at that popular depot of epicurean dishes dramatic i Tju at Early Date sever his con work being accomplished at Iowa a action with that establishment with state College Ames Cornell univer that establishment. Sity Ithaca. N. University of Graham believes that another it a Wisconsin state teachers College at Vineyard of Endeavor offers a wider Uil new its ancient rivalry with Ohio state opening the Buckeye Home season at Columbus saturday. Mediapolis wins. The opening game Mediapolis. April 23.�?Mediapolis Defeated Yarmouth sunday afternoon in the first Ball game of the season by a count of 8 to 7. The game was Replete with Good features. Scott for Mediapolis was the individual Star of the contest. The batteries Yarmouth. Hollingsworth and Woods Mediapolis Hannum and White. Ordering of the Navy into the patrol business in one step which is being j urged by prohibitionists because they believe it will be evidence of the i Good Faith of the Federal government. Ready for important action. President Harding has let it be known in the last 24 hours that the Cabinet has discussed every phase of rum running and that the Goyim delicious Nucia spread on hot cakes will make any boy a Kirksville to. University of Missouri and numerous centers unattached to educational institutions. Color becomes stifled in a like Way. J the . Obituary. Luna it Allace hoppers youth Clay and other toilet preparations sold in Burlington by Sutter Waldhof drug co. T a four stores for one week Only beginning a Sale of Gas ranges a showing garlands simplex Dangler Sanico these stoves comprise the worlds largest makers and our prices Are special this week Only Peoples Gas amp electric co. Phone 96 Shutt. Oakville. La., april 23.�?george Shutt aged 74 years died Early sunday Rooming in his Home in Oakville la. Following an attack of paralysis. He is survived by two Sisters mrs. Julia Carter of Oakville we Here he made his Home and miss Mary Shutt of Oakville five Brothers frizzy of Oakville and Andrew John Henry and Silas residing in the West. Funeral services have not been made As yet awaiting news from the Brothers. Rev. Frank Young will have charge of the services which will be announced later. Samuel Huston a House destroyed morning Sun la., april 23.�?a Small one Story House on the Samuel Huston farm four Miles South of Here burned to the ground about 9 o clock thursday night. The Are was caused by the explosion of a gasoline stove. The House was occupied by will Jones. Mrs. Jones and two Small children were visiting in Waterloo at the time of the Are. Or. Jones and one child were at that were at Home. They lost everything. Scope for the play of his talents. He will become a detective. His Power of deduction has always been marked and his scent unfailing. As a boy j the annals of old Sleuth were his i literature. As he grew to manhood i or. Doyle s creation of Sherlock Holmes a appealed to his fancy the police court news in his daily paper absorbs his attention. Through the kindly assistance of Dave Klein of Tho Royal col. Graham has just completed a course in the University of applied science 1920 Sunnyside Avenue Chicago an institution which for a nominal sum can make a Hawkshaw out of a Sod Buster. Col. Graham was graduated at the head of his class was its Vala Dicto iian and has received his degree As a Finger print expert. A Bright and glistening tin Star accompanied the degree. He is now prepared to solve any and All mysteries. A you do not believe in the efficacious Ness of the Finger print As a Detector of crime a col. Graham indignantly demanded of a Scoffer yesterday Quot just look Here and read read this a handing the doubting Thomas a Magazine issued by the University of a. S. And pointing out an article therein entitled a trapped by a bloody Finger a read Iha and be convinced a he added. Whether col. Graham has designs on desk sergeant William o. Ransoms Job cannot be ascertained at this waiting. In spotlight at Lausanne Parley continued from Page one Johnny jump up a jump up from his bed into Bath and clothes sure Way to get rid of Dandruff girls if you want plenty of thick Beautiful Glossy Silky hair do by All Means get rid of Dandruff for it will starve your hair and ruin it if you done to it does no to do much Good to try to comb or Wash it out the Only sure Way to get rid of Dandruff is to dissolve it then you destroy it entirely. To do this get about four ounces of Ordinary liquid Arvon apply it at night when refining use enough to moisten the Scalp and rub it in gently with the Finger tips. By morning most if not All of your Dandruff will be gone and two or three More applications will completely dissolve and entirely destroy every single sign and Trace of it. You will find too that All itching and digging of the Scalp will Stop and your hair will look and feel a Hundred times better. You can get you can to comb it out liquid Arvon at any drug store. Four ounces is All you will need no matter How much Dandruff you May have. This simple remedy never fails. Learns that Moscow diplomatically sought an invitation to participate now j in the conference but the inviting Powers great Britain France an i Italy returned a polite negative. Russia was told it is said that she was invited to the first conference to discuss the Straits convention Only but that she publicly announced a refusal to sign this treaty on which All the other countries including the turks were in Accord that if any time before the adjournment of the conference Russia has changed her mind the conference Hall always will be open and the allies will be delighted to see her. There is no confirmation Here of a recent report that Georges Tchet Cherin. The bolshevik foreign minister will come to Lausanne anyway j even As an unbidden guest. May reopen judicial discussion. Economic and financial clauses of the treaty caused the collapse of the first near Eastern conference and these must now be aet ted. But the question of judicial guarantees for foreigners probably also will be reopened by the allies. Great uneasiness exists among foreign resident of constantinople and other Turk ish cities because they henceforth May be entirely subject to ottoman Laws without any privileged protective treatment. In an Endeavor to induce the turks to sign the treaty in february the French and the italians made last minute concessions by which foreign Legal advisers to be appointed to the Angora government would be informed of All arrests and All domiciliary searches affecting foreigners. In re Curzy on the British foreign Secretary had left Lausanne and great Britain whose Colony in Turkey is numerous never accepted this Concession and As the peace treaty was not signed both France and Italy consider this question still on the Agenda. Like great Britain they probably will insist that All arrests or searches of foreigners will be made by the turks in Accord and with the foreknowledge of foreign advisers. The solution of this question vitally interests american residents in Turkey who henceforth like others lose the right of being under foreign consular courts because the so called judicial capitulation have been j i abolished. On to the breakfast table and on to school. Burlington fruit company. Distributors. Notice continuation of the firm name of Kriechbaum amp Dewein co. J. W. Stockman a and j. C. Yeager have bought Tho interest of the Kriechbaum amp Dewein co., anti will continue tile business under the same name giving Sjuk a Cial attention to heating and tin work. With the exception that the Entrance will be on fifth Street the location is practically unchanged. Telephone 774. Of Henry City. Bigger than Chicago and Cleveland together enough folks Stop drop a dime and say a ooh Henry please every week to people a City bigger than Chicago and Cleveland combined i this is just one Way to picture to yourself the astonishing popularity of this famous Candy. No other Candy at the Price hag Ever been so widely liked and eaten. And there is Only one reason its a Fine Candy in a Handy size a Candy with a Rich delightful taste that has made millions of friends. Ever tried of Henry you la find him everywhere. Just say of Henry a Fine Candy made in a Handy size 10c everywhere i

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