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Cedar Rapids Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - June 23, 1920, Cedar Rapids, IowaThe Cedar rapids evening Gazette wednesday june 23, 1920. Art association widens activities during last year City briefs and personals Bohenek. Chiropractor a Ray. His a Ley . _ a Daues no Manhattan tuesday fac covets from lib fiction laut 1 thursday and , Simonize your new car. Keep it looking new. Of Home s05, 411 5th ave., adv. My War and brings City into limelight with splendid work. Hero Wertag from the period of the War the Cedar rapids Art Assoc la Tion in the last year has revived the work of the organization and made a Success Fri Effort to make it of More service to the Day. According to the report of Marvin Cone Secretary and mrs. A h. Frick president. The association met with Many discouragements during the years of the War but last september it was decided to resume its activities. One of the first things done was a membership Campaign. _ a a. Which Bolh added to the Roll in the f mich., is a visitor at the of p. Shean Simonize saves washing your car. Phone 205. 411 5th ave. Adv. E Sarchet of Center Point was a City business visitor yesterday. Jesse Jelm mail of Baltimore was a business visitor in the City yesterday mrs r. A. Kurtz is speeding a few Days with her relatives in it. Vernon. C. E ply Ima lore of Oelwein who spent several Days in the City has returned Home. Mrs. Clayton head of Kalamazoo association and to the finances of the organization. Five exhibitions were held during the year the British War lithographs the collection of etchings belonging to capt. Bert Hugh the Ben poster and 0urriner film Orris pictures and the local Art exhibition. The largest and most successful of these in the judgment of the Asso elation officers was the Foster Symonds exhibit brought Here by the artists themselves. The attendance was Gratifying and wan Corn a minted on by or. Symonds himself who declared that there were More a visitors at the exhibit Here than at the Minneapolis galleries. Several informal teas receptions and one gallery talk were held in connection Voth the exhibits. A two lectures were held during the ear these being an illustrated lec lure by mrs. Charles Dieman on a the work of the Midway Colony of a sculptor in Chicago and a talk cd Interior decoration by mrs. Grace a Wilmont Tuffo noted pictures purchased. R two notable pictures were Pur of chased by the association during the year Quot Early morning Light by Frederic Grant and a evening Light boy Gardner Symonds. The former being purchased from the general fund fend the fatter from the mrs. G. V. Plan Veoh in bequest. The gallery was Aleo enriched by the installation of the Sefton m Norial Tablet placed in memory of the founder of the association and get a the temporary loan of mrs. Tile be Ian or fou Tajn during the year the Bailery bad been redecorated. Additional benches Lackl and be lighting system installed the Apo Rution now owns thirteen Pfeil paintings these together with the etchings and water colors give the Cedar rapids gallery met Ramilli a touches. The membership in the Feas Clatk a was Grierr a a a. To till by a he Campaign la us Spring the slogan it it the cd Imp Alan being Quot the Art association for everyone and Ever of for the Art Assoc Milioti this membership committee Way com posed of k. Sefton a 71. Prick k. A. Laze of John Hughes Keith Vawter John Redmond and a. H. . Officer Aro Fah Honl. In the absence of the president. Mrs Frick. Or. F. J. Teazel 1 Acleta an president Ansi the secret try s report i Dudca a tribute mrs. In Kell s interest and faithful Endeavor in the i association work. The com Mitte Efi of the association fur the year 1020-1931 have been named As follow membership Tom Mitt a Meed am s i. Sefton. Hochlander. Dii Tishey a Kalward Killian. 1 amour Tom War Riner h. H with or jr., 1b. Gra Jam. Van asst mar Randall l. K. Cowley misses Rachel Witwer Anna for disc Blanche Krebs. Exhibition commit Lee a a to it. W. Warren. L. Benedict Isaac Smith Merlon Volcy Walter Cherry messes. Joshelyn heaver Man Marvin Cone and Grant Wood. Entertainment. Committee a les a lamps a j. Loreu Hearst. Cora a Way. D. T. Jackson Carrie a it Outter and a Ira. Krebs Meson ra1� t of Iberman Keith Vawter and Walter Peterson. Press messes. 1j\ Jiaxu and Ileal Vermani better judgment did no to Avert Fine Motorist has to dig booze boys to fight for lives in convention i continued from pase 1 court admit Bright lights beat to use but stands behind the Law. The assertion that he was using better judgment in switching on. The full Glare of his automobile headlights than by using dimmers because of the danger of running into cars parked in second Avenue Between fifth or sixth streets or in it was hard of conceive How the to to thirds necessary to nominate could he brought into one column for two or three Roll Calls at least and they pointed out that if two or three candidates divided the Hulk of the voting Stren tri a among them favorite sons and dark horses would be encouraged to prolong the deadlock by holding to their balance of Power. In the generally accepted View the wet Bra wel of William g. Mca Doo will operate to make a deadlock More Likely by distributing More or less widely the strength which a been lined up behind him. Some thought however that a considerable following would vote for him conscience frees lads from scrape after stealing an Auto 1 committee a nce a Miller Minnesota Fred to up Cam Illinois j. L. Hamon Oklahoma John a Hart Idaho a. T. Hert Kentucky Charlea d. Hilles new York re Howell Nebraska senator Penrose Pennsylvania former senator John Quot a. Weeks Massachusetts and r. E. Williams. Oregon All members of the National Novelty of seeing world from stolen car Palla and one write to owner. Hold newsboys pending investigation of purse Home 117 North sixteenth Street. T. E. Mcfeaters of the y. A a. Has gone to Rake Geneva to attend the summer school. He will he gone about two weeks. Miss Theresa Woolpy of the local Library staff is spending the summer at Iowa City taking a Sis weeks Library course. Mrs to. A. Sanderson returned to her Tome in Sioux City yesterday a after a week s visit with her Daugh. Ter mrs. J. T. Raftery mrs. G. F. Mcl Cen and her children Alary honors and Katherine left yesterday afternoon for Omaha where they will spend a week with their friends. Ice Cream social thursday evening june 24th, 1920 at Sinclair Park by so Wenceslaus Church Given by cadets of st. George. Music. Everybody invited. Come. Mrs. D. W. Warren and her daughters France and Barbara. 1750 b Avenue left today for a visit of several weeks at Effingham 111-, Chicago and Milwaukee. Miss Frances will visit Madison wish a where she we attend school next year. Or. Warren will join the party at Effingham. Frank j. Disk and his family will leave tomorrow morning for Long pc Aeh cal., making the trip in their automobile they will to accompanied by mrs. Wencil disk. On their Way they will Stop in Omaha to visit their relatives and friends. Or. Do iii is a Well known South Side business Man. He will Rea ids in California indefinitely. Notice patronize Magnus Barber Cater to the Public we men shop. Advertise Long run but no fire the first fire run in nearly a week was Mille at of civil Ujj. Yesterday to Home of a. A. Whaley 2829 Trinei Avenue where a Short Cir Truit in electric Light fixtures had. Set the insulation afire. There was no damage. Approve of Camp site airs. Jerry rude drove mrs. Kenneth Lemon and miss hazed Brown to the i iii site on the Wrapsie for a grief inspection trip monday the secretaries find the site desirable arts to Dino it will Appeal to girls As Well a boys. A being jammed by other cars did not j despite his Public withdrawal while Avail a e. Dreier 1520 Washington a a Avenue ask a defense in police court today when on Trail in answer to the charge of operating a car with Bright lights the court admitted that in the instance referred to or. Drejer might have been using better judgment but that the Law stood the same and the City fathers who made the ordinance believed they were using their better judgment when they passed it Dreier. Who was arrested monday night pleaded not guilty yesterday but today was fined $10 and Costa. Glen Oakley of Marion w. L. Cleghorm of Fairfax and Anthony cover 326 tenth Avenue arrested inst night on charges of driving with insufficient or incorrect automobile lights were each fined $10 and costs in court today. Peeping Tom fined. It is not known what a. A Johnson saw or whether he anything when he peeped into so window of the residence at 521 fourth Avenue sunday night but that look Cost him a $100 Fine in police court today. He was arrested on a charge of night walking to which he pleaded guilty when arraigned in court. Edward Foley 640 South seventh Street., arrested yesterday afternoon on complaint of his wife and choke re on charges of intoxication and disturbing the peace was fined $10 on the former and $35 on the latter charge when he pleaded guilty. Arthur led Finger 27 and mrs Fanny Robertson 31, were arrested of 11 45 p. M., yesterday by detective Cook and patrolmen Mleske and Dyson at 716 South third Street on it charge of disorderly conduct. Sledding or rooms at Fiat place. He pleaded guilty and was fined $25 and costs but mrs Robertson assorted she was not guilty and her Case was continued until tomorrow. Shouts religion on still morning air is arrested auxiliary to meet the Lud Iros auxiliary or the National ii Sochi i Ion of stationary la . Will meet in Sokol gym Niti slum building thursday at s p. Election of officers. An Ltd other impnrt���?T1 Tuai Uehr. Refreshments will he served. Sends Connlain flow frs patrons of the Public Library this i week Are wondering at the display of a unusual Flowers. There arc three Large howls of hem including six Mountain a a Ari mrs. They we re Sefile j by Elsp Dorchy Nunn a member i of the Library staff who is spending i if r vac Alioti in Hyden Colo clasping his 4yestr-old son to his breast and shouting that the boy wits an sent from heaven that he had seen him coming through the air that the Light of religion had been Given to him and other like exclamations at 3 a. Today caused the arrest on a charge of insanity of James Johnson negro 43 years old it it his Home 114 k. Avenue West. According to the police report Trio arrest was made on complaint of Johnson a wife but today at the police station she declared it Wotus net True and that it was her father William it. Miller who had become frightened and had called for the police. A a Why Mab husband no More insane n nut Hin a she . Quot you know religion s mighty mysterious and mail husband jul a been mrs. Johnson said site awoke to Farrl her husband sitting on the Edge of the bed smoking a cigarette Ami brooding in silence. Then suddenly he grabbed their child and hugged the boy to h a shouting h s conversion. Sold she told him to Quot shut up Quot but her father thought the police ought to be called the ,7ohnwit� came Here a Short t Are the most enthusiastic of the me Arloo supporters were still predicting that he would be the nominee where Bryan stands. Lincoln neb., june 23.�?discussing possible democratic presidential candidates w. A Bryan in an article in his newspaper published Here declares that former Secretary of the Treasury William g. Mcadoo is handicapped As a candidate Quot by his close relationship with the president Quot while president Quot Wilson himself he says Quot need not be asserting that or. Mcadoo is also handicapped by Quot his silence on the peace treaty Quot or. Bryan declares or. Mcadoo is unable to Call to his support Quot those to whom the president s candidacy appealed with special Force and Itiat he would Quot furnish an easy Mark for All of the presidents the article says however that Mcadoo has considerable strength among wage earners referring to president Wilson. Or. Bryan says that a while vague hints and suggestions have been thrown out occasionally no one claiming to speak for the president or near enough to be assumed to express his wishes has announced his Herbert Hoover is eliminated from the list of candidates whom or. Bryan considers Quot available while senator Owen of Oklahoma and Secretary of agriculture Meredith Are described As being Quot among the few available men this far to be available ills year or. Bryan asserts a candidate must be known to be for woman suffrage for prohibition and Quot against Wall Aslo attorney Genera Palmer or. Bryan says he entered the Campaign in a position Quot to Deal sternly with the profiteer and an expectant Public stood ready to applaud but the profiteer seems to have things All his own Way Rind the attorney general is now suffering from the he adds that the attorney general is "unfortims.te, too in having to espouse the ratio eation. Of the treaty without former speaker Clark of the House of representatives is mentioned As having his own state behind him while opposition to gov. Edwards of new Jersey and gov. Cox of Ohio is reiterated a gov. Cox s friends Quot the article declares Quot wiil urge him As a Compromise Between the wets of the Edwards Type arts the Bone vice president Marshall a accused of making Quot a feeble bid for the wet Quot judge Gerard s candidacy has South Dakota a support and. He has Many personal friends among other delegates Quot or. Bryan says. The Little voice of ams Fence spoke louder than the exhaust of an automobile and looked brighter than the lure of the Road to three youths 17 to 24 years old whose Homes Are Illinois but who recently were working near Chelsea with the result that today following a conference with United states Deputy marshal heavy and louts Belvins of Chelsea they Are much Wiser and much relieved to that they Are to escape prosecution by the Law. The boys about a week ago decided to quit work and see the world from an automobile. Taking Bel Vin s Cor they drove to Sheffield i. There however despite the fact that they had passed the scrutiny of the Iowa City police with the Story that they bad bought the car in Belle Plaine and were driving Back to their Homes one of the lads became conscience stricken and wrote to or. Belvins saying they would surrender the car and pay All damages. Bel Vins accompanied by the sheriff of Toma county went to Sheffield and brought Back the boys and the car. Today it was decided not to file charges against them but the seriousness of their act was forcefully explained and it was with deep sighs of Relief that the Boya emerged from their fright which had already proved a Long to be remembered punishment for them. Smaller towns use motorcycle police John Dari Esby l.$, and Hyman Petioff 13f newsboys were arrested yesterday by the police on in Vosti gation relative to their finding a pocketbook in a Milwaukee train Here and attempting to obtain a refund on a ticket found in it the pocketbook which also contained Money is the property of a woman living in Ottumwa it is said. She dropped it on the floor of one of the Milwaukee coaches in yesterday morning s southbound train. Census returns Washington june a a a Malone n. Y., 7,556, increase 1.0s9, or 1s.s percent. Montrose Colorado 5,5si, increase 327, or 10 percent lumber is cheaper Here than outside local dealers secure say they led Price cuts now reported front other cities and Stop ahead. That Cedar rapid lumber Derlere have quoted prices lower than those in Dee Moines Kansas City and other cities and have followed the Market in its downward trend although they did not follow it to the Peak of its upward climb was the assertion made by several lumber dealers interviewed today following receipt of word that Yards in Kansas City had reduced from 5 to $15 u. Thousand feet on the Ordinary grades of lumber a reduction was made locally about to dirty Days ago equal to the Cut at Kansas City it is Eald it and lumber Selling Here for $66 and $65 newbies guests in big carnival shows Navy Recruiter hears from former shipmate chief Murphy of the Navy recruiting station at 322 second Avenue hns received Ward that a w. La it tors. Who was on the Holland ship. Nearby towns exaggerated at continual violation of their automobile Speed Laws especially on sunday have begun appealing to police chief la. S Morrison Cor loan or recommendation of experienced motorcycle cops. Chief Morrison knowing there is already More work of that nature Here than he has men to give to it refused to Send any men from tha Cedar rapids Force but he has recommended several men some former members of the local Force and others who Are applicants for positions. Vinton was the first town to try the Experiment and mayor Howe found that it worked Well is fifteen violators of the towns ordinances were arrested inst saturday night and sunday. The scheme created a considerable stir and not a Little resentment at first but it was afterwards admitted by even Soma it of those arrested to be a Success. Manchester has asked chief mor Rison for similar Aid and it is probable that sunday Joy riders will be slowed Down there As a result of the Campaign. G. O. P. Leaders voice approval those who will handle Campaign Washington Quot june s3�?reptiti a shipment silk shirts of a ,&Quot with him during the j Henn leaders generally expressed a War is now Oil and around new York and finds promotion in the Navy rapid. There have been four applicants at the Navy recruiting Sto lion thus week. Clarence e. Luke is an applicant to learn the electrician Trade. To will be sent to great lakes about july 5. E. H. O Neill 162s Bever Avenue reenlisted today As chief Yeoman. He we a try for the Des Moines station with Guan Tan Aneo Cuba of second Choice. George w. Sowers of 21r7 first Avenue was Mercury still chilled although them has been a Light in Kelso in temperature each Day Elmo saturday the Mercury still is Uima mho get Altos a the so Mark for a maximum. Yesterday a High Poir. L was 7s. While Ilie minimum lot night was a a and the moan temp amp a Moro than one Hundred fire 66 v slightly warmer weather who sell the evening Gazette on the a predicted for today with to Meir downtown Street had the time of Row Hemming warmer and unsettled Thor Young lives lost night As the True to of the Russell brother Man figurs of the c3trnii.i1 showing Here Albert hovers of Solon wits the this week. The kids under the guar first victim of automobile Lioves of Alex a idler Street cd ecu j rating in a lorry a Field of oars Park Lator reached the Rami Val grounds a Ert near the carnival grounds after it 7 15 p. No. And spent nearly four s Noons and evenings. To reported to hours in a Rueter Mictl and successful the police last night that his Ford attempt to a take in every far had been stolen from the offered. Carnival grounds sometime Between beginning with Quot Tho Quot whip Quot the i s 30 and 11 50 p. It Isa 1919 mod yips let a amp de a Complete round o Al and carries License number 175,s77. Every show ride and stand on the ago from Rook Isle nil and had been \ accepted As third class fireman for living mrs. Johnson s parents. A a period of four years. Ii b station a he rive before �o1c county Board a will to Mare Island Caj. Frank j. Of commissioners for the insane wit Sirinek h20 f. Avenue has been a probably be arranged today st. Is t Cepter As apprentice Seaman for the a p i fur Iran radio school at great a a lakes those guaranteed Mon Furello tires j Carl Weichardt. Assistant at the will 8q.vp you Money 215 to Nuth 1st station is in Nellc Plaine and pm sirt it West a adv. Ton today on business for the Navy. Provol today of the personnel of the executive committee which will conduct the party s presidential Campaign. Twenty one members including seven women will constitute the committee and the names of Twenty of these were announced last it get by chairman Hays of the National committee. Or. Hays Heads the executive committee and the other Nineteen members were announced off follows Are Harriet Taylor Upton of Ohio vice chairman mrs Katherine Faclson. California mrs Manley l. Fossen Minnesota mrs Jeanette a Hyde Utah mrs. Arthur l. Livermore new York mrs. Porrino r. Robinson new York mrs. Christ no b. South Kentucky Harry m. Daugherty Ohio pre convention Campaign manager for senator Harding John t. Adama Iowa Clar Solo stolen near carnival. Lot. A the Cirrus Quot said to have Gail Thomspon quits her Job with red Cross Modo the biggest hit of any of the a attractions although every show was accorded Erich uhf a in a approval the kids Rodo the and the a Ferris veiled with j a Delight a they through the miss Gail Thompson for the last a Cury and applauded the it be 1-r and a half executive Secretary shows and exhibits. 1 the Home service Section of the an idea of the Large number of Cross Here lug a resigned her to May be bin ind from the edtion in order to accept a portion fact that the management of enemas organizer of the work at Clarinda. Jiow staged performance after the mus Thompson s resignation is last regular show of the evening effective july 1 and a ter leaving a because of the time required for the youngsters to make the Complete rounds. The newbies behaved at their Best during in treat according to Fidler and Are today devoting much of their Here a he will spend a two weeks vacation at brr Homo in Muscatine before going to Clil Rinda. To assume her a few duties july 17. Miss Thompson came to Cedar rapid shortly after the Home service Section of the red. Time to expressing their thanks to Cross was established Here and con the Russell Brothers for the Stellar treat Quot Damn at Chain lakes thursday and saturday nights Ideal floor Largo enough to accommodate All v3 mile East of Palo across the River. Muslo by cult i amp a rapids five piece d v. Tinning the work of organization made the department one of Large service to the returned service men and their families. Mrs. A. A or Skene Secretary of the Linn county chapter of the red Cross will have direction of the Home service work Here after mias Thompson leaves. The finest most practical washing machine your Money will buy the Choice of Over 730 conservative purchasers of Home necessities to Cedar rapids no belts no Springs before making a final decision learn All about the Western electric the Jeffrey co. 209% s. Second st. Second floor Security Bank elevator comes crashing thru High prices $12.50, $13.50 and $15 High Grade silk shirts in a sweeping Jed a Tion. $g95 or two for $17.50 and show us the Man that won t pick up to of these Fine silk shirts to these higher Grade Broadcloth jerseys and Fine Eagle crepes. The a live Quot clothes on first ave. So thousand feet is priced there a from $5 to $10 higher the principal reason Given for the decline of the Market a the fact that Money for building purposes has been Quot tight Quot with the result that few Large buildings wore started this Spring. The Market has been steady for the last ten Days however and. With the expectation that the Money Market especially in regard to Loans for building a soon to be easier it is expected to Rise again said one of the local dealers. University Man Heads Market association urea Sta 111., june 23.�?e. Clarice for four years head of the Dairy Extension department of the College of agriculture of the University of Nii Nois. Has been appointed to take charge of the Dairy marketing of the d Lino is agriculture association and will begin his new work aug. 1. Let us a prove to you that Wixs cad a is the Best Placas to buy All drug store supplies Best Dor Quality and Best for advantage in Price. Buy the beet at the Best place and got value received. Any article Hought at Wilstead s a Good proves Good or we make it Good. The soda season is on in Earnest and Vrtis Are serving Many new and delicious iced drinks and sundaes l Wix steady a Cor. 3rd ave. A 3rd so sell for less this week 12 cans hesperian Brand peaches apricots pears heavy syrup Large cans i dozen cans. .4.97 Monarch Coffee 1 to -----.49c bakery a Coconut 2 cans. -25c Comar pineapple a -----39c Morton s Salt pkg-.10c Paris Maine Corn 2 cans. 43c nut Ola Margarine a .,30c toilet paper 3 Large Rolls 25c Kitchen Ivie Anzer can so 20 mule Borax 2 pkg. .15c Clemalee 3 pkg. 25c foam 6 pkg. .25c Kao 2 pkgs.25c floor White loaf 53.69 new potatoes 5 lbs 50c sugar for All our Patron. 15c buys a larger package of goo chs Best Macaroni be Watt of imitations. Accept no substitute by ask your grocer Leibsohn a 217 pint Avenue three stores 127 third ave. West Watson store. 109 first a venae Kenwood. 3 loaves bread 25e a cans prunes .25c High twelve flour .$3j9 Quaker Patent flour. .53.69 fancy assorted preserves 32c Bacon lb25c 2 cans tall milk 2sc 4 cans Small milk ____25c Gal Catsup. 79c 3 cans tuna fish25c 4 fat is Oil sardines. .25c 1 la. Black pepper.39c special Coffee 3 lbs. -91.00 i quart bottle furniture polish 1 la. Uncoloured Jap tea.39e Teaberry Coffee la -39c fancy Creamery butter.55c fancy plums per Gal �?69c fancy prunes lb.25c 4 Rolls Large toilet paper for. 25c Good Broom 59e 12 bars laundry soap. .59c 10 cans pork and Beans 50c nut Margarine 30e 2 cans no. 2 peaches. -25c 10 lbs. New potatoes.$1.0635c come and see the Monticello tires. Will save you Money. 215 s. First st. W. Tourists attention get your map Iowa guide and Blue books Hanson Holden co. 110 s. Third st

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