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Burlington Hawk Eye (Newspaper) - May 20, 1923, Burlington, Iowa Part one Page amp policeman is jailed Clarence Renner posing As cop takes girl Home is charge pleads guilty. Clarence Kenner 231 South fifth Avreet arrested by the police Early yesterday morning is in jail following a plea of guilty in police court to a charge of impersonating a police officer. According to the Story of Bessie frown sixteen years old who works As a housemaid in a West Hill Home Kenner pretending to let a a policeman parted her from the company of an escort on a downtown Corner Friday night and under the pretence that she was under arrest and was going to be taken to the police station lured her to his Home where he asked her to drink and spend the remainder of the Hight. He a of the girl to the police station at first and while she stood to one Side talked to officer Clyde Lewis apparently to increase her Brief that he was a member of the police Force. Instead of talking of her As she said she thought ii was however he told i it wis to Lect a switchman from Quincy tvs in town who wanted to see him. Then he left the police station and recording to the girl took her to his Home. Irater officer Lewis saw her As she was preparing to take a taxi Home and she told him her Story. At a o clock officer Homer Aston found Kenner in a switchman a shanty at Abe third Street Railroad crossing and placed him under arrest. Catholic knights initiate fifty candidates Here Thi i i ,.-ton Hawk Eye sunday ji0jwlnfe_mat_2ll, 1923. A act ministers received mini 922 a girl does t Enjo horseback Riding unless she thinks her figure looks Good in a Riding habit. A dinner in hotel Burlington this evening will conclude the Quad City initiation ceremonies of Tbs knights of Columbus wherein fifty candidates from Burlington it. Madison Keokuk and West Point will be inducted into the organization. The a ceremonies begin at 10 50 of clock today w Hen the candidates meet at the in. Of c. Hall to attend mass at St. Paul a Church. Exemplification of the second degree work will be started in the Hall at 1 30 of clock in the afternoon by the West Point Council degree team. At 3 of clock exemplification of the third degree will be Given. The banquet will Bevin the hotel at 7 of clock. The program follows the program. Invocation Rev. Mathias Stein. Toastmasters Mark a Walsh grand Knight. Song miss Hazel Weinrich. Remarks a. F. Wall Jasper grand Knight West Point. Song John Brasil. Keokuk remarks Joe Mcnamara Keokuk. Song Raymond Well. Remarks we. M. Bongel song Thomas Stineburg. Remarks Hon Maurice Donegan master of third degree. Song mrs. C. H. Walsh. Remarks Rev. Mathias Stein. Closing song. Select bulk Willits for agricultural work Here Burr Willits of Burlington has been named one o the thirty District inspectors appointed by state Secretary of agriculture Raymond w. Cassady to have charge of the inspection work in agriculture formerly done by employees of several state departments. Or. Willits will have his Headquarters in Burlington. Ami Here to direct Hunt for miss Erickson Blind Trail blocks searchers for woman mysteriously missing from City. Assets of Relief and annuity Board Are now in excess of $1,500,000. Melvin Erickson a travelling Salesman from Minneapolis minn., reached Hon thai gels shakier As it piles higher. A Rise of three to fire Points Woald Start the drive that Woald practically wipe this interest out. Moreover fundamental conditions do not indicate that business has gone to pot. Business is still Good. Conditions Are against the Short Sellers and their chances to win dwindle As the Short interest grows. A in fact general business As reflected in the Babao Chart is still above Normal by 4 per cent concluded or. Baboon a and will doubtless continue into lilt. There is nothing in one fundamental situation to indicate that the Meek Market has reached its top. Short Selling at Best is dangerous Short Selling against fundamental conditions is Apt to be suicidal a Rialto staff frolic theater family have Clay time after tin Joying Chicken dinner. Members of the Rialto theater staff enjoyed a three course Chicken dinner with manager h. S. Ward at the theater last night. After the dinner the staff took charge of the Rialto stage and put on some goo. Or. Ward gave a South a islanders dance mrs. Ogu gave an Indian dance. My us of Garrety and mrs. Fitch a Fitchner gave a comic sketch it was contributed by mrs Mac organist. Other members of the part miss Agnes Foley and h. La of of Mason City. We lev when a Man begins Tell about his past love affairs i Ning the addition of Ariot Fulst. A by th4 associated prom Kansas City May 19.�?although Burlington last night and will direct Relief and annuity Board of the the search for his sister. Christine Erickson who mysteriously disappeared from Burlington last monday morning. No word has been heard from the Young woman since she Rode to Mediapolis monday with a Telephone lineman who had offered to give Lier Southern Baptist convention is Only five years old the combined assets of the two departments of its work Are now in excess of $1,500,000, according to the annual report presented to the Southern Baptist convention Here today by or. Wiliam Lams Ford of Dallas. Texas corresponding a ride after seeing her walking on the dec rotary a this increase is heaven will possess Small attraction for some women of there Are no bargain counters quiere. The Highway. Miss Erickson talked rationally and appeared to be Happy the Man said. Studied Road map. The night before she left she studied a Road map of Iowa and Wisconsin and talked of a vacation trip that she and her sister mrs. Anna Beppler. Had planned to take later in the summer to Wisconsin Points. Mrs. Beppler believes that miss Erickson May be suffering from a nervous breakdown and with the thought of going to Wisconsin dominant in her mind wandered away. The two Sisters were devoted to each others and there was no cause for miss Erickson to leave Burlington. Soar on Check. She can easily be identified by a due to the rapid Advance in the value of certain Oil securities Given to the Board by John d. Rockefeller or. Over 900 aged ministers and their dependent ones have been aided by the Board during the last year the report show s. Secretary Lunsford recommended to the convention that plans be projected at once to provide for a fixed income of $100,000 a year to be applied to Relief work in addition to the regular annual receipts from the various states of the convention. Other recommendations provide that As soon As the $75,000,000 Campaign has been completed in de Cember. 1924, the convention shall give itself to the task of providing $2,500,000 additional resources for the Board in accordance with the orig vivid soar on her left Cheek a ai4na purpose of providing the Board n 4 olo Rev a it in. M 4 Al a 4 pm in in a aaa a. M a. A a in Crescent shape wound that Barb wire made when she ran Rito a Fence during her childhood. She is thirty seven years of age five foot six inches in height weighs 125, has Blue eyes and wears Shell rimmed glasses. Her face is round and her nose Small while Lier Brown ii i it Stang service Auto and illumination engineers. I no. 215 n. Fifth St. Burlington Iowa. How to make a pair of pants last the joker says make the coat and Vest fir-4. Out lets be serious. I get us prove to you that the proper Way to make clothes Hist and retain their shape is to keep them free from grit and soil. A we will say without fear of contradiction that there is no better method used to remove the soil and grit from outer wearing apparel than our continuous flow method of dry cleaning. Make us prove it. Done to forget we Are As near As your phone. Duke cleaners Telephone 2935. If Duke cleans it no. 1001 Oak Street. A its Dean. The Best grades of Granite. We employ no agents. We will rave you Money if you will Call at our Saleroom. Burlington Granite amp Marble co. A or fifth and Jefferson Sis w. R. Frazier. Pres. And mgr. With $5,000,000. When this i done it will enable the Board to use the interests from at least $2,000,000 to be applied to Relief each year in addition to this work. The Hoard is fostering an annuity fund in which ministers can carry old age insurance at a very Low rate by reason of the denomination assuming the bulk of hair is now tinged with Gray. Miss Erickson is Well educated Clever and the Cost of such insurance will be noticed for her gentle ways. Her sister wants to be promptly notified of any person has information about the missing woman. Will pay homage to Soldier dead on memorial Day by the associated press. Paris May 19.�?memorial Day this year according to plans now timing developed by the overseas memorial Day association and Tho american Sogon. Will to the occasion for the final consecration of the Graves of the 30,587 american soldiers whose bodies will rest forever in foreign soil. I o carry out this id a a arrangements have been made to have Lincoln a Gettysburg address read at the cemeteries at All the eight military cemeteries abroad. This announcement is made by colonel Francis i. Drake president of the memorial Day association. Ceremony in Paris. The chief service of the Day will be a solemn memorial ceremony in Paris on the morning of May 30 when the memorial tablets in the cloister of the american pro Cathedral of the holy Trinity to the memory of he american division the american ambulance service and the Lafayette flying corps together with the statute of Columbia Are to be unveiled. The ceremony will be under the presidency of Myron t. Herrick the american ambassador and it is sex captives plead for lives continued from Page one of Manuel a. Verea one of the prisoners who refuses to leave her husband s Side Are waiting they Hope for Freedom. Cable to Washington. Washington. May 19.�?failure of the chinese government to effect the release of the foreigners captured by bandits in Shantung led officials of the american legation in peking to Cable the state department today that a either foreign guarantees or intermediaries seem to be necessary a to produce direct negotiations Between the bandits and chinese officials the dispatch declared apparently Are impossible because of Mutual Dis Trust. Short Selling dangerous continued from Page one to cover. The Market strengthens and brokers Rush in to get the securities they must return behold there Are no More for Sale. Prices skyrocket and the speculators who were Short Are wiped out. It is interesting to note Here that there is no limit to Jour losses on a Short Sale. If you petted that the great Allied War chiefs a a Stock at 50 you cannot possibly will attend. Invitations have been sent to marshal Foch. Representing France Field marshal Haig and Earl Beatty representing the army and Navy of great Britain general Baron Jacques commander in chief of the belgian army general Diaz. Italian minister of War general John j. Pershing and Alvin w Owsley National commander of the american legion. As in previous years the French government will cooperate in All the ceremonies with official representatives and troops at those buying places where it is possible to have them. In the afternoon of May 30 impress give services will be held at the us Rennes military cemetery just outside of Paris. It is hoped that the a Allied commanders will attend these services As Well a those at the pro Cathedral. Similar services will take place at All the other cemeteries and these will be in charge of delegations from the memorial Day association j and the american legion. The plans provide As in the Pas. For the placing of Flowers on every soldiers grave in France. Belgium and lose More than 50 Points but if you sell it Short at 50 it May go to too or 500 or even 1.000 and you must cover and stand the loss. Klutz and Ptg Glur wiggly. A the Short interests. Quot tor instance were caught in Stutz in april 1920. The Stock had been Selling Between too and 145. The moment the Short sales exceeded the floating or available Supply prices started to climb and went to 724. The n. Y. Stock Exchange then stepped in but the Short interest had to Settle at the rate of $550 a share. The same Stock May be had today around 20. A More recently the Comer in Piggy wiggly has illustrated once More the extremely weak position of the Speculator who is Short. This Stock had been trading Between 40 and 64. The majority of the Short interest probably sold at around so. When the Stock was called for there was none to be had. Prices soared and it was j taken off the Exchange. Settlement was finally made at the rate of $100 a share. Millions endangered. A these spectacular cases illustrate Orent briton. Tho London Post of our Point but do not represent the j the american l Region has assumed he 5 responsibility for decorating All the craves at the Brookwood cemetery. The Only place in England where i american soldiers Are buried. Similar 1 plans hav been made to decorate the Graves of american soldiers at Waer Ghem. Belgium. Great losses resulting from Short Selling. Millions of dollars Are endangered today on the Short Side of the present Market a growing acc Mula the weather and River Cloudy and cooler. For Iowa partly Cloudy sunday cooler in East portion monday showers. For Illinois partly Cloudy sunday cooler North and Central portions Day probably showers. J for Missouri parity Cloudy sunday monday unsettled with probably showers cooler East portion sunday. Burlington weather Max. Saturday May 19 80 a year new method heals rupture Kansas City doctors discovery makes truss or operation unnecessary. Min. Kansas City mo., May 20.�?a new discovery which experts agree has j no equal for curative effects in All 47 rupture cases is the latest a com River stage c. B. A q. Bridge Burlington. Iowa a the stage of water in the Mississippi River. Saturday. May 19, 4 p. Rn., was 8 feet la Inch. A fall of i Inch. Following is Che u. S. Department of agriculture weather bulletin published by authority of the Secretary of agriculture. Observations taken at 8 a. In. Saturday. May 19 lowest highest last yester night Day. Chicago be wind. It cdy.5c Davenport e wind Cloudy 58 Des Moines be wind cloudy55 Dubuque be wind Cloudy .55 Havre e wind foggy 42 Keokuk so wind Cloudy 60 la Crosse be wind. Cloudy 54 St. In it Uia a wind it cd .64 St Paul e wind. Cloudy 54 St Paul la it Rosse Dubuque. Davenport Keokuk St trouts. Keithsburg i Ottumwa River bulletin stage today Rise 1.87.0la. 55la 24.2$.8j plish ment of or. Andrews the Well known hernia specialist of this City. The extraordinary Success of this new method proves that it holds and i heals a rupture. It weighs Only a few j ounces. Has no hard gouging pads. I no elastic Belt no leg straps no steel Banda and is As comfortable As a Light garment it has enabled hundreds of persons to throw away trusses and declare their rupture absolutely healed. Many of these had serious double rup a Turea from which they had suffered 64 for years. It is or. Andrews Ambi-66 j Tion to have every ruptured person enjoy the Quick Relief Comfort and Healing Power of his discovery and he will Send it on free trial to any Reader of Burlington Hawk Eye who writes him at his office. 660 Koch bldg Kansas City to. He wants one person in each neighbourhood to whom he \ can refer. If you wish to be rid of 0,1 rupture for Good. Without an opera-9.1 j Tion. Take advantage of the doctor s i free offers write him j j tis ement 68 76 fall la 0.2 a ill every need Cali Fratu cd 51,0111 1 not tolerated i How no matter How Well dressed you Are you cannot have that a spic and Span Teeling unless Yout clothes Are perfectly clean. 1#% also must have that clean appearance which can Only 13 we w i had by our shampoo process guaranteed to restore color. Yes we resize them satisfactorily and Dye them any Shade. A by in you must try our curtain cleaning to App re Vuk i Al Paw Date it. Our White lace curtains Are. All cleaned by hand so no matter How delicate we do not tear them. Draperies Are dry cleaned a safeguard against the color running. Let us Dye that dress a new Shade for Spring or your draperies laces waists stockings and articles too numerous to mention. T dyeing Japp a a to of always get the Best with courteous a i Dav flak treatment and service. Phone 919, Day morning for our Auto to Call. We Cah for and deliver without extra charge. We have been experts for years in the dry cleaning business. Soot mud paint and other stains Are entirely removed without the slightest harm to the clothes. Our prices Are a Factor in building up our Good will. Main office 212 n. Main St. Phone 919. French in meaning a main office 212 n. Main St. Phone 919. We clean everything but fish. Confidence and satisfaction of its policyholders is evidenced by the fact that each year a Large proportion of its new business is written on the lives of men already insured in the Northwestern Mutual ufos insurance company of Milwaukee. In 1922 the ratio was 49%. Beginning business ii 1858, it has during the 65 years of its career been conducted upon a purely Mutual old line Legal Reserve Baria which gives to the policyholders the benefits derived from efficient and conservative management. As there Are no stockholder dividends Are paid Only to policyholders and in 1922 they amounted to $19,052,305.27. Or Oft 23 All premiums collected during the year. Of Reserve nearly a half billion-$43,956,699 invested in Iowa. Its two and one half billions of insurance in Force is safeguarded by Reserve required by Law amounting to almost one half billion of dollars High class securities that earned in 1922 5.44% Are deposited in Tho company a own fire and burglar proof vaults in its new building in Milwaukee and could be no safer anywhere on Earth. It is upon the unquestionable proof of the Possession and Quality of the company a assets As Well As its ability to meet All demands that the state of Iowa licenses this company to do business within this state. In 1921 the company paid in Iowa for taxes licenses and fees 73,411.74, and altogether including Loans claims endowments div lends. Etc., $10,239,108.48 was sent into the state while the Gross amount of premiums paid the company from Iowa policies that year was $2,999,854.44. Never investing or loaning upon stocks. Iowa farm inane Are considered Good investments and the company had a total of $43,956,699.00 invested in Iowa real estate Loans on december la 1921. A wonderful record Low Cost of Protection. Writing policies Only upon Standard male risks within the healthful portions of the United states has resulted in gaining a wonderful mortality record which with careful management and Good investments contribute to the Low Cost of Protection enjoyed by Northwestern members. Invest your premiums and Confidence in Northwestern policies and reap satisfaction. C. B. Lundgren disk at no. 412 Iowa state Bank building. The Northwestern Mutual life insurance company of Milwaukee. @1 to. J

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