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PAOE KOITR THE D E C A T U R R E V I E W Thursday Evening, November 13, 1919. 16799 DIED in New York City alone from k : ney trouble last yeai. Don't allt yourseli to become a victim I neglecting pains and aches. Guav against this trouble by taking COLD MEDAL Cferf Sidney Gepford and Roy Adkins Barred. Chilly Weather Prevents Street Service. REMAIN I N S C H O O L Tfc* world's standard remedy f:r kidney, 8v« bladder and uric acid trouble?. Holland's national remedy since tQS. All druggists, three sizes. Juartu»ed. I'or tfc» nun* Gold Medal **a *r«* *x i ttad accept DO i«iit*.tioa J GOITRE SOFFEii IEJ31SE -- It DR. H A VEEN'S FAMOr» ^-TITRK , f O' N -'T. M i;NT i!oes not pain or ·**'iin the . ? ·k.n. Has been used successfui.y rnr over j j 90 yea's and is v*f\ bv phj-»-*«n" P. ith j | ftvorable rosviirs. j ! Now sold in th.s vicinity \y Q .tiker Pi Comrar.y. THURSDAV PROGRA1I. The f o l l o w i n g subjects and speakers arc scheduled for the services in the Decauir churcher Thursday n i R h t : Trinity Methodist--7-30 p. m Rev. A. 11. \Volls. "Carry On." Congregational--7:30 p. m. Rev Walter Spooncr. "What is De- mocnici'" First U n i t e d Brethren--Rev. J O. Tocld. "The U n p a r d o n a b l e Sin." First Baptist--7 v . m. Street meeLlni;--Rev. I r v i n g Fox. 7 r- m.--Praj-er service--Bev. T. H Marsh. 7 30 p m. Rev. !,. D U-imkin--'T.ae Time." C'hurch of God--7.30 p. m, Rev 1-T. Dlxon BouKhter. First Presbyterian.--7 30 p. m Rev. J. T. Thomas. "The Loyalty of Loyalties " First Christian--7:30--Rev. S. E Fisher. "The Word of God, Living." You have not been just to yourself until you have given us an opportunity to show you the world famous Kimball piano or player piano. The artistic "designs and excellence of cabinet work make instant appeal, but the visible beauty is but a partial estimate of its satisfying qualities. The Kimball pleases a n d t h e K i m b a l l endures. Come and judge for vourself. W. W. KIMBALL CO. BRANCH STORE 149 East Main Street R. A. Peake, Manager The services being held in seven of the Decatur churches this v/eek c o n t i n u e to increase In a t t e n d a n c e and interest. The cold \*-euther Wednesday night. pre\ enter] the street service a t t h o r i i s t B a p t i s t c h u r c h A short p r a y e r service was held inside in place of the street service. S i x t y - f o u r a t t e n d e d the supper for t h e young" ] eoplf's worker^ at the First Fr-sb\ ten.in c h u r c h Wednesday e v e n i n g . Dr. Thomas spoke to the y o u n ^ pc-ople f o l l o w i n g the supper. His subject for the e v e n i n g service was "Values." lie said t h a t the purpose of the C h r i s t i o n man was tc help o t h e i s to know w h a t is v a l u a b l e or worthwhile. ! Rev. ij. D. Lamkin. who is con- d u c t i n g services at the First Baptist church, spoke to the Wabash shop men T h u r s d a y noon. He spoke at thr R i v e r s i d e Eiaptlst c h u r c h at 1(1 o'clock- T h u r s d a y m o r n m s His subject for | the m e e t i n g Thursday n i g h t will be ] "Rag Time." Clean Up Poison Soaked Kidneys Advises Dr. Carey Thousands Die Every Year Because They Allow Poisonous Deposits to Accumulate in Kidneys, Don't flush your kidney § with harsh makeshifts en«? L»r. Carf-y, they are too Irail and d e l i c a t e l y constructed to trfat them r o u g h . For 40 years 1 have been prescribing Irfarshmot frir K i c l n p y ap1 bladder sick- Btsm and now t h a t I hi, *e r f t i r e d Crnm ·ctivp practice I h a v p made arranRtTntTiy iriih leading druggists to dispensf t h ' i ironderful prescript mn at a mndprat* 1 ncp. BH-ware ot kldnt-y disease thousands die *f ii e v f r y j e a r who ou?ht to be e n l n y i n e the blecaings of life- and h e a l t h . If you hr«vp sppcks floatinR before the *ycs. puffs u n d e r ecs, c l a m m y feet rr ttoist palms, backache or sldeache you OU'-^bt to set a b o t t l e of Dr. Carry's Jf.-irshroot ripht away. It haa conyuTpd thousands of caseB ot kidnp ano bladder diseases and 3e thf aiedlclne you can always drpend upon. IMPORTANT --Ir. Daniel Q, Carpy h?" Ix-en a practicing physician frir manv years and his grr-at prt s c r ' p t i o n , 'Marsh root," h^s curfd *rKiusands of sufferers from k i d n e y and liladdt'r trnubh s It U not a p a t e n t m e d i c i n e and la only sold through drufr stores in order to arcom- m Klatc hi* patients. Shilling Drug Company can supply you. More t h a n on? h u n d r e d person; a t t e n d ed the f e l l o ' v p n i p b a n q u e t at t h e First I n i t n l B r e t h r e n c h u r c h V, edneda nishr ]. r e c e d i n g tho repulT- s e r v i c e . .M'r. and -Mrs. E d u a r d L«i»p.jrt sang a duc-t at the e v e n i n g scr\:ce. One hnnd'-cd and twenty- f h e slsn"Icd* t h ^ l - i n t e n t i o n s of. becoming persona.! w o n ; t r ^ . The I-adio.s 1 A i d norifety in^t at 2 ;.'"» Thursday a f t f i n o c n . t*ui!o« 111^ t h e nu-et- mg the wom n n attended a prayer m e - t - mp; in t h n home of Mrs. Florem ^ J J t n n l n c t o n , I D I ' l .N'orth U n i n n stji^t, ? t 3 o'rli" k T h n r r d a v a f t e r n o o n . Tli" m a l t , q u a r t e t n 11 l u r n i s h ppcf lal music at the e \ e n m g service T h u r s d a y . At the First C h u r c h of GorJ th* meetings are Incre^.^ing in interest. ' Con;, ci i- tion io r S« \icr' was th e theme ir ! !u- sc-inon "U'ednesdav n m h t , the s p e r l v - r L---- mx the pusior. Ilev. H. D. B o u g n t a . T h e spr-.ice ( o n i c h t will b e g i n ' a t 7,10 The pastor w i l l p i e a c h , Students Sanction Board's Action. "I did not make tho statements attributed tt me nor did th« athletic hoard recommend that Sidney Gopford and U»y Atlkins be expelled from Mili i k i n for their desertion of the MilH- kin football team to play for money with the Staley team Tuesday," said Acting President J. C. Hessler Thursday m o r n i n g in relation to tho action t a k e n regarding the two men who had been loolted upon as two ol! the best football .players on the Mlllikin team. KEFERRED TO FACULTY. "The board referred the matter regarding the men's standing as students to the faculty council without any recommendation whatever as to ^ h a t action should be taken. "But tha board of athletio control did disbar the two men from evei becoming members of a M U H k i a varsity team of any kind again. '·Under the conference rules the men would be disbarred a year but we aro determined that Miliikin's athletic record shall be kept ethically clean and these two men are disbarred from M i l i i k i n athletics for as long as they may be in college here." STUDENTS BACK BOARD. The most g r a t i f y i n g effect of thi? desertion of university team in the most critical time of its history, when it is j u s t at the end of a season which \ \ o u l d almost certainly have brought | the c h a m p i o n s h i p of the "Little -Nineteen" to the local school, is the solid support which the athletic hoard j lias received in Its action from the 1 student body. "Wo will win the championship | anyway," said another man who i r i i n t e n s e l y interested in the success of M i l i i k i n teams. | WANT CLEAN" RECORD. "We have a f i n s group of athleter from which to select a w i n n i n g team and the treachery of two men, however important they or we may think they aro to the team, will not lose us tho c h a m p i o n s h i p this year. "Anyway, \\n would rather lose ft with a clean record than win with any blots on it. We are out to win but on the square, as honorable mem- I bcrs of the college conference and as subject to all the rules of clean | a m a t e u r sport." I REMAIN IN SCHOOL. | The fact developed at the meeting of the athletic board that these twr ! men had categorically denied, the I n i s h t before the Staley g-ame, In res- Much Rheumatism Local Druggist's No-C'ure-No-Pay Offer Attracts Many 8uiferers, If there are any rheumatic sufferers Rav. Walter^ Rpoonrr spoke at the Cong r e g a t i o n a l c h u r c h W e d n e s d a y even ns on "Whv Not Q-:it P r a y i n g - " Thf re w i l l be special service Fridi;- M o n l n ? for y o u n s p f f t p l e . Tho suMnct nf thp m e e t i n g will be "The Comrade in \ V h , t c . " h,i\u Supper at St. Patrick's. A good s j p p c r w j l l Lc s r \ t d Thursday e - e n i r g in the ba^cmnru of St. Pat- ritr;'s Catho: c c h u r c h . I j E i i n l y hoxes ri]v-] by some n: the best cook* u'.il Lie on uss- H r \ at.d w i l l be so'cl to the hlfhc".t bid- d t r « . 'I h^rft u i l ! be fin Ice cream and cake booth, an Ir.sh In o::i, an a u t u m n booth. n booth canopied in bhip nnd w h i t e where a "lor.cly s u p p e r " or a babv box may he iiid Cor a dtnic. an airy f a i r y bhip and u h l t e b n o t h v.'hrre Santa has "left parcels r.rd a !i«-h pond. soft drinl;s, candles and coffee ^111 be on sa!f*. J a m p s Quinn afocmp.-'nled by Mis^ Aenes M u l f f d y . w i l l f u r n i s h mlislc on the i iolln anl R c \ . J. M u r p h y , apslstort by Rev, P. Meagher, \vili welcome tho guests. Swlal C'Irrle. The Social C i r r i ? of the First C h r i s t i a n ·· hrrch met Wetlnes Jay a f t e r n o o n in t h e '..n'p.o of -Mrs. G"ort;e L . x n i l j , JJ'; East Dn- J ^ . f i n stret't. F n n r t e c n « ( ] i n » n i \ c r o present. t ia\* pl.ijr-d r mi(?s nnd enjoyed a socin! '.our. T h ^ r.r\t n^'jotln;: nf t h e circM \ \ . l l be held lup'sday, Nov. 2S. in the iiomp of .Mrs. Ethel McMahurfl 345 West if arrlson. j he . rC thr., any ,i\ ailed themselves ot this . . r t h e y should do so at ome. L..r D r u g Company state that tho RunrarHeed prescription -·! in any f o r m , does not t u-hasor q u i c k and J o y f u l rs- u ' l tJ.idly r e t u r n the cost wlth- i ' n l i L n s or red tape. K h t u m a t i s m IB a d a n g n o u s disease, and ar.i opf who hr.s the slighu st t a i n t of It i n n u i a d n \ « it out of the system fit, ' i K k l y aa pns^ihjr.. fhl f l is w h a t Rheuma u ri for many, Jt abould do as m u c h for i i ,u ·[ have h o r n laid up for one year w i t h r h i . UK artlint.s." s,tv s one S L f f e r c r . "1 h id U o c t u r a r.i'uro. it^o spent f o u r months ,n a s.inltAruim, but had practically no rr 1 c-f Tin n I started taking R h e u m a . Xow I can RO w i t h o u t d u t c h e s or other r.'d. w h i c h I could not do for the last nltif monihp. I h i g h l y r c c o m m f n c l It, and w o u l d g l a d l y answer a n v questions asked on t ' T f ^ i p t of stamp for postage," -- Thomas H. Eddy. Schuylenlllc, N. Y. R h e u m a Is Resolutely harmless and t h o r o u g h l y r e l l a b l p hoc *\ use it ia one dis- r o \ c r y that has forced rheumatism to yield and disappear. It's not expensive and It IB recommended bv good druggists every- Eye Strain Sisterhood Class. The m o n t h l y m p f t i n p of the Slsterlioou .'liblo cla^s of t l t e First J ' r f i t n tt-n.in r l i u r c h \v,ll be h f - I d at L'-,'!0 Frldciy a f t e r noon in the clmn.li parlors. A f u l l attendance is requested. Th* pore-cleansing, purifying and iterilizing properties of this wonderful skin soap, using plenty of hot water and soap, best applied with the hands, will prove a revelation to tbosa who use it for the first time. Touch pimples, redness, roughness or itching, if any, with Cuticura Ointment before bathing. Dry and dust lightfy with Cuticnra Talcum, a fascinating fragrance for powdering and perfuming the skin. The cost of these ideal skin purifiers is 25 cents each everywhere. Soap2Sc. Ointment 25 and SOc, Talcum 23c. Sold througMut the world. FT sample ea^-li free a^ J :pje: "CuMcuni Lab- orafAri?f. Dopt. 22F, JS^lden, Mora." fthavei without m*c. Special Servltva. Special serMrcs wil! be h e l d at St. Paul's M e t h o d ist church ne.\t S u n d a y m o r n i n g . In a d d i t i o n to the r e g u l a r c o m m u n i o n '."n.ce a nun'.er of new members w i l l bo received i n t o the c h u r c h ns a result of pereon.il w o r k , a n n o u n c e m e n t at Sun' T V school or c h u r c h sen Ice and tians- f riHi; from ocht-r rhuri h"s. Anv resiOt n t of the East side of D e c a t u r vho wis i^-s to n^al'p Pt. Paul's Method'."t church h i s c h u r c h homo 14 ln\ ited to ho present at t h e s e r v i c e next Sunday morn.ng. The ( j u a r t ^ t w i l l f u r n i s h f-|Kc.al music. W tilt her Lenffuci The f o l l o w i n g o f f i r c r a \\crc elf. ted at the q u a r t e r l y m ^ e t l n p of thfi Walther League local Wcdnes-dry r i g h t * Prts.dent-- Rfv. R o b e r t Hcyne. Viro President · -- I lev. Theodore L.ohr- m.inn. Pccretarv-- Miss U n i o n Hollman. Treasurer-- Lrrn-inl Jorcl'in, The W dlt her League local, which Is composed of the younr; people's societies of St. Paul's and St. Johannes' L u t h e r a n churches, has raised 5(130 for thf Wheat- nd?e s a n i t a r i u m noar D e n v e r . This money will go to a b u i l d i n g f u n d for a new building Following the hiibinesq Fts^ion Fter lop- t i t a n views on colored misnlona were shown. For QUICK, permanent benefit in cuses oi eye strain there is nothing equal to simple witch hazel, camphor, hydrastis, etc., as mixed in Litoptik eye wash. The witch hazel and camphor soothe and relieve the I i n f l a m m a t i o n ; the hydrnstis and other ingredients have tonic and antiseptic properties. One man reports that T\VO applications of Lavoptik helped him greatly when his eyes were so badly strained that he could not read without pnin. We guarantee £ *mal| bottle Lavoptik to help ANY CASE of weak, strained or inflamed eyes. A l u m i n u m eye cup FREE, De- calur Drug Company, 333 No, Water St., and all leading druggists. ATTEND REUNION OF A. E. F. COMPANY W. J. ArniHtroiiK nnd Will Collins A1 Knnqiiet in Clilcnpo. W. J. Armtronc; and Will CollinF attended in Chicago Tuesday the first re-union oC the company with which they were in t r a i n i n g 1 Jn Fort Sheridan. The f e a t u r e of the reunion war a banquet, and it wab an enjoyable occasion. Eleven mm out of the company died in service w h i l e overseas. Mr A r m s t r o n g has r e t u r n e d home hut Mr. r*o!lmp has not vet come back ftiy Druggists Recommend Swamp-Root For many years druggists have, watched with much interest the remarkable record maintained by Dr. Kilmer's S^amp-Root, the great kidney, liver and bladder medicine. it is a physician's prescription. Swamp-Hoot is a strengthening medicine. It helps the kidneys, liver and bladder do the work nature intended they should do. Swamp-Root has stood the test of years. It is sold by all druggists on its merit and it should help you. No other kidney medicine has so many friends. Be sure to get Swamp-Root and start treatment at once. However, if you wish first to lest t h i i ftreat preparation send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer Co_ Binghnmpton, N. Y., for a sample hritle. When writing he sure and mention the Decatur ponse to Inquiries by Coach Normar G. Wann, that they Intended or expected to play with the professional team the next day. This fact, anc" the further fact that they absented themselves from classes without permission, to play Tuesday, would giv. the f a c u l t y board a technical caso for their expulsion from college but It Is not expected that this power wil' be used. The men will be disbarred from Miliikin athletics but it is not believed that v they will be expelled frorr the school, Students regret the loss of the mcr from the team, they regret the failure of the men to live up to the ethics of amateur sport but there is not a dissenting voice In the condemnation of their action nor one that doer not support the determination of thr athletic board to keep Miliikin sport* clean ;uid above reproach. XO PROTEST. It is not expected that any lorrna" protest will be mads to the Staley football management. Much of thf blame for the action of Gepford anf A d k i n s is laid on the coach of th' professional team, the temptation t' earn $75 to $100 in Jtwo hours b« ng- rather great to a young man Ir college, but as It is, after all. a mat ter of personal ethics this will be lef' to the Individual men and to the conscience of the Staley coach, "A man who has had special training and attention, who has kept other men from tha position whirh he occupies as a specially trained man for the athletio machine of which he Is a part, haa an obligation to th» group which he cannot honorably throw ailde." aald Dr. Hessler. "A student who takes these/things Is under a moral obligation to fulfil hts part. Taking them and then selling them for money to a professional team, thus deserting his team mates in a»critical time, cannot be defended." S IN EAST Clinton, Nov. IS, -- Word was received Wednesday of the marriage of Donald Abrell, aon of Mrs. W. D. Sylvester, o( this rity *nd liimaelf a former resident to MIHP Bertha Kil*n Foley In Pittsburgh, Pa., on October JR. They ar« expected to come to Clinton about th» first of December on a visit. P'rs. Abrell *fl the daughter of E, F*. Fotrv -and wife. Mr, Foley being general superintendent of the steel m i l l s in Younss- town, O. She IB a.graduate of the YoungB- ,town college and the Pennsylvania college °* mualc. CIVIL ENGINEER. Mr. Abrell IB too otdeat son of Mi*. Sylvester and a graduate of thp Clinton high scfhool in the class of 1037. For a year and a half he was employed In civil engineri-lnff work at Pittsburgh. Pa . later fflns to Ottawa. He Is at preaont doing clvH pnRlneerlnjr worlt for the government at Etflnghain. The JLOUHK couple will make their home In EnlnRham. DEATH OF MRS. McCUMANS. Mrs. Marv McClimans died Wednesday morning at the DeWItt countv farm, following a long illness, of tuberculosis. Mrs. M c C H m a n B was the daughter of David and Sarah Howard and was born In Maneville \ .T., August 8, 1880. She formerly re- "tdpfl In K»nn«v wtw»ro nhp won well k n o w n and highly roapeciwd. tht» ban no living relatives, her husband and brother* preceding her t death many year* ago. Tb* funeral icrvlcM ner* conducted from tbo county farm on Thursday afternoon at 2; 15 o'clock and burial was In tba cemetery near the farm. ^ BUYS HOTEL. A dea,l haa been closed whereby Harry \. Wllaon and his brother. Grovcr Wilson .tl Chicago, became- owners of the Hotel Butler of Saugatuck, Mich. Thli !· a fifty- room modern hotel at one of Michigan's most popular resorts. It will be operated by Wilson Brothers in connrctlon with tliPlr wholesale grocery route, Mr. Wll- aon. who travels out of Clinton expats to make this hotel his headquarters next summer. W I L L ORGANIZE I'TUDAY NIGHT The first meeting of th« memberi of the Country Club for the election of officers will be held In th* circuit court room Friday night et 8 o'clock. The membership l i n t la lot yet closed and tho coming meutin* la merely for tho-purpose of organization. SATURDAY TAG DAY. Saturday will be tag day for the Bed Cross society of this city and everyone will be aakad to buy a Ing for $J from the solicitors who win be on the streets. No one will be asked to give more than 6 dollar. _^ ^ "FUNERALS. MRS. LEE BEBMRNYDBR. Tho funeral ot Mrs. Lee Iieomsnyder was hold at 2:SO o'clock Wednesday afternoon Bt the family residence. 1I12R East Main »treet. There was a larK« attendance and many beautiful flora] tributes were SEEING MANY FRIENDS restored to perfect health by taking Dr. Burklinrt's Vegetable Compound, 1 began to have faith, so 1 purchased a treatment and to my surprise I was relieved of liver, stomach trouble and constipation.--Indianapolis patient.-Adv. liev. T. Hartoy Marih. PUtoi of th« PJrst UaptUt churcn. The musk wai furnished by Mrs. Corydon C. NlchoUon and M», W. Roy Et- tick. Th« flowers wcro In eharg* of Mrs. Arthur Dirt, Mrs: Abbott. Mrs. G. Miller. Mm. C. Murray, Mrs, C. Miller, Miss Mario White Mm. Herb. Mrs. Hood and Mrs. Salisbury. The pallbearers were O. Shumate, George Miller, C. Murray, J. P. S»ar«. R. C. Em- mcrson and V. J. H«rb. The Interment was In Falrlawn cemetery. GOTTFRIED MINTLER. The funeral of Gottfried Mintler wil" be held at 2-80 o'clock Friday afternoon at the family residence, 1!60 East Grand avenue, and at 3 o'clock at Bt. Johannes' fA'thprfln church. "Snake Oil" Stops Pain Over Ten Million Bottles Sold Letters from thousands of people oil over America prove that Miller's Antiseptic Oil (known as Snake OH) Is probably the greutwt known remedy for rheumatism, lumbago, stiff Joints, sprains, la prippe, colda pneumonia, Influenza, etc. They say that "Snske Oil" penetrates so oulckly that It Is sure to stop pain. Mr. 'Adam Nabors, Provencal, La., writes"Enclosed find J2 for «nme more 'Snake Oil.' We all like It fine. Please send ot once." Mr. H. M. Atwell. Center. Ky., writes: "I have tried two bottles find have received great relief. Please ship a $1 bottle at once as wo are needing ft badly ' Get « 80c. flftc or M.OO bottle to- doy from any good drug store with the understanding that your money will be returned if you are not satisfied Demand the genuine Miller's Antiseptic Oil (known a« Snake Oil). For sale by rwatur DniB Company. Famous Old Recipe for Cough Syrup Eoilly mat ehnplr mads »t hoot*, but it beat* them aU fof quick raulM. Thousands of housewives have found that they can eave two-tairds of tho money usually spent for couch preparations, by usinj? this well-known old recipe for making cough syrup at home, It is simple and cheap but it really ha* no equal for prompt result*. It takes riplit hold of a cough and pivea immediate relief, usually stopping an ordinary cough in 21 lioura or lees. Get 2% ounces of Pin«c from MI druggist, pour it i n t o a pint bottle and add plain granulated sugar syrup ta make a full pint. If you prefer, nee clarified molasses, honey, or corn eyrup, instead of sugar syrup. Either way, it tastes good, keeps perfectly, and lasti a. family a long time. It's truly astonishing HOTT quickly i) actc. penctr.iting through every ail pasagc of the throat and lungs--loosens and raises the pli'.egm, soothes and heals the membranes, and gradually but. surely the annoving throat tickl and dreaded cough disappear entirely, Nothing better for bronchitis, spasmodic croup, hoarseness or bronchia! asthma. Pinex is a special and highly concentrated compound of genuine Norway pine extract, known the world over foi its healing effect on the membrane--, Avoid disappointment, by asking you! Iruggist for "2'/ 2 ounce's of Pines" ·vitii full directions and don't aecepl snvthing else. .Guaranteed to give absolute satisfaction or monev promptly refunded. The Pines Co., Ft. Wayne A Sale of Elegant Suits For f/te remainder of this week Garments formerly selling to $95. In two wonderful groups. Group 2: Group 1: Unusual Coats The short coats of fur fnb- rlcs, or the longer coats of cloth or pile fabrics -- in mode* with collars and cuffs of luxurious fnrs, are here in great profusion. Elegant materials of Frost Glow, Bolivia, Chameleon Cord, Peachbloom and Silvertone Baffin and Bchring Seal are much In evidence. 19S From the standpoints of distinction and quality these suits have no superiors at their pricings. The cliarms and inspirations are tailored in every garment. Every woman who is interested, in a suit should see this splendid collection. The values are unusual, the styles duperb. Suits that are enriched with furs and strictly tailored types are represented. All the season's choicest cloths are included, and there are colors of beautiful Woody Browns, Mikado, Pekin Brick, Reindeer and Navy. Becatur's Best Blouse Shop Demonstrating Our Leadership During-- National Blouse Week --la for the customer's benefit. In order to part : cipate a store must feature blouses for the entire week, and stocks must be freely displayed. So we have made extra effort in display-, injar as many of our styles as possible. You will be amazed at the tremendous stpck» which we carry. National Blouse Week Seeing is believing. Hundreds of our customers here this week ,, expressed themselves, "t h e most wonderful Blouses I have ever seen." Brfeht's will always retain the leadership in showing the most comprehensive show- injr of exclusive Blouses. It is our delight to show the beautiful--the different. Individuality Is Expressed In Every Blouse Each Model Is So "Different" The rainbow could never show a greater collection of colors than our Blouse Section during thia week. Jade, Sunset, Mikado, Volga Green, Peacock, Madeira, Bisque, Navy and, of course, the universally demanded white and also black. You will see scores of modes. Delightful variations of the Russian Blouse, quaint models with Chin Chin sleeves and others with sleeves borrowing their origin from the Kimono. Blouses trimmed with Chenilles and Wool Embroidery, beaded and fringed. Every Blouse at Blight's you will find reasonably priced--from the simplest voile to the most elaborate Georgette. Each and every waist is priced in the most appealing way. Every garment moderately priced from do It don t know The men who Induced Millikin players to play h a v e struck a blow at M i l l i k i n the team and me t would rather this were not printed Coach H a n n was xold that many in Decatur knew that M i l l i k i n play era were In the game and that thr record set by the team w a s not alonr The a t h i n g of pride for the u n i v e r s i t y weather but was a city honor and city peo w e a t h e r Pie w a n t tho record clean President Lewis of the miners call d off the big coal strike All of the craftsmen at the big Wabash shops and at the roundhouse had planned a big demons*ratlon In the w i v of a parade as a remonstrance against the strike I n j u n c t i o n It is said bulletins nad been pobted all through the shop gU ing notice cf the parade The men were to h a v « quit work at 3 IS Tuesday afternoon and to h a v e staged an orderly pirade through the business d strict However when word came that the miners o f f i c i a l s had called off the strike the bulletins were taken down Train Crowded. The W abash Stalcy special to Taylorville and back Tuesday, did not bring back near as many as It tooK down Many of these w a i t e d for later trains to come home on About f l f t v had been picked up at BIuo Mound and 150 at Stonlngton Those people had to catch No 50 back The result was No 50 was loaded worse than an excursion train 'When It pulled Into Taylorville the crowd m a n y of them w o m e n and children were waiting on both sides of the track to boa'rt the train ; MILLIKIN NOTES Rev John Thomas of Springfield ic dressed the students at J \; u P m k n e v Mrs , c h a rel Wednesday m o r n i n g Mar Spencer Ticket" for seatb at c o m i n g game md also the home tickets for H \ILROAD 1NOTFS Illinois Centra! beat the man on pred cting the Early Tuesday nlsht t h i t FUNERALS. MRS AIARGARET V SHAFFER Tho f u n e r a of Mrs Margaret V C h a f f e r was held at 4 o clo^k Tuesday i f t e r n o o n it the residence of her d a u g h t e r Mrs W E l m e r W h i t e 1"5 Park Place The house was f i l l e d able a r r a n g e m e r t * said the miniger w i t h f r i e n d s The serviees w e r e con 'vTedneodiv v ^ e w I I go iito the m a k i n g of brtad on a large scale ind w i t h i n a shnrt time w i l l i n t r o d u c e hrea 1 imde after our own formulas ''he »^pectation Is thit one of th St l o u l s members of the f i r m will come to rvcatur In one of the f rm s airplanes If w e a t h e r c o n d i t i o n s con 'Inue favorable u n t i l pe\t w ef k COURT NOTES. The ase of Charles Farrls vs tl-» Wabasb w e n t to the jur in the cir CU*t court T lesdas e-vening- the retl«\ n suit of J R Morgan tftrtn vs Ired Foy was taken up Wednesday mori Ing It Is a suit ever an autonobile on which e^ten slve repairs w^re made bv Mr Fo Hot Vnsnced. Both Miss Rose Frv and Mason Henderson deny he report Issued Tresd^v that thev v ereljpngaKed The report tame from someone who evi ducted bv Re\ C C J e n n e y pastor of the First P r e s b y t e r i a n church as sisted by Rei W H Penhallegon The music w a s f u r n i s h e d by Mrs Corjdon C N i c h o l s o n and Mrs W Roy Esslck The pallbearers were J TC Binders O tt W e j l Harold Mohler Prank P i h m e v e r J II R-i noy and J P Popue The oody wa«J t a k e n to Pana Wed p a r k i n g space for automobiles at the |°b being put on jn^the game are now on sale at the College "" " ' supply store They went on sale at 9 o clock Wednesday morning A n v - cne w l s h ' n g tickets should get them at once as the suiply Is gp rg fist K. OF C. TEAM TO PLAY DANVRLF NlBh« nesday in m o - n l n g and orn cemeler interment wap MPS JOHN A SWE \ R I \ G E N The funeral of Mrs John A Swear inper w i l l he held at 2 oclock Thurs day a f t e r n o o n at the f a m i l y rest donee S40 West W i l l i a m street The irterment w i l l be In Greenwood M B CARTEP Tho f u n e r a l of M B Carter will be held at 3 3 0 oclock Thursday af ternoon at the f a m i l y residence 1101 East W i l l i a m street The interment will be In Greenwood PLUNKETT The funeral of Pauline Plunkett iftl\ tho i"bt he was p i a \ i n f r a iok" " H I be held at 2 oclock Thursday af- en the corple The Bt lew acc°ptel ternoon at the residence 2349 East th« a n n o u n c e m e n t In Eood faith a n d i ^ J b T s h a v e n u e Burial will be in to lavMtlgatlur 1 Brush College cemetery. Wi'l tie * need Tlinrh.stl in D H !. Oj-m The K of C Mv-quette baskethill team his booked its f i r s t game to ho nliveri here T h a n k s g i v i n g n ght with Danville The srime will start at 8 oclock in the high school gymnasium ?nd a f t c - gdrre there w i l l be a dance In the F, of C hall The team - w h i c h his been prictlc- mg bird for two months has a lot of good materlil to rfioose from and prom ses to g i v e the city another fast I n d e p e n d e n t basketball five as It had some years ago "Short ' Doh e r t j former high school star has lolned the team For center Collins and Falk are the two candidates Col l i n g Is six feet and three Inches tall Talk Is not so t a l ] but Is a good Plaer w i t h previous experience He was formerly connected with the navj, r e c r u i t i n g off'ce here The locals also have a game booked w i t h Falrbury for some time In January and has letters for games from East Peorla and Morrisonvllle POLICE NOTES. John Wlrchak was arrested on twr warrants charging him with keeping a vicious dog, and with allowing; r vicious dog to run at large He war fined $7 66 on each warrant by Jus tic* Dltkinson. road sent out messages all along the road I n c l u d i n g Decatur vvarnl is trainmen of a sudden drop In tern perat' re and t e l l i n g them to prot-ct all perishable freight The report said that near Chicago it w o u l l drop to around twenty degrees above ind would he still colder Wednpsdav night Because of a 7 a m steam shovel ish vards here all yard Jobs have been de olared open for bids up u n t i l 8 a n Nov 16 Engineer E J Wllklns of the east local who has been laying off bo- cause of the death of a daughter Inlaw resumed his run Wednesday morning Ralph Glatfelter, signal m a i n i a ' n t n c e man from Decitur east return ed to work Tuesday after being off two months on account of typhoid f e \ e r Joe Eartlcy relay operator at Allen has just returned to work afier a v i s i t of about ten days to his home In Lodge Tom Malleos reports that the Greel s In Decatur nearly all of whom are Wabash employes are too per cent In the Fed Cross drive He has turned in about 102 memberships from Greeks Some of these are men not working on tbe road but In down town stores Officers Chosen by Wei- fatfe Home Board. Mis Guy Scovill was elected prea Ident of the tt elfare Home board at its meeting Wednesday morning Other officers elected for this year are Vice president--Mts T J Prentice Second \ l c e president--Mis J T Miller Recording secretary -- Mrs C M Jack Corresponding secretary--Mrs C R Dtclt Treasurer--Mrs Jonn Robinson The matron reported that the ag gregate attendance d u r i n g the month of October was 461 The aveiage at tendince was 14 2 3 Twelve h u n d r e d sixty-four meals were served dur ing the month There were f i f t e e n ii the home on Oct. 31 The followlnr donations were reported for the month of October DONATIONS One bushels of apples--Mrs J W Wilier Baked beans and mashed potatoe- -- f i r s t Bai list church Bo' of children s clothing -- Mrs Menard Dishes and canned fruit--Donor un known. Eleven coffee cakes and n i n e l o a v e of bread--Federal b a k c r j One basket of beets and carrots- Mrs B Q DeGroat F u r n i s h i n g s and q u i l t i n g one q u i l t --Eastern d i v i s i o n of Grice Metho dist Ladies Aid soelely Two dress skirts and three blouser --Mrs Chioe Jenncr Fifty books--Miss V i r g i n i a Bald w in One go cart one set irons games pictures and game boards--Mrs J S B a l d w i n One coat--Miss Helen Bishop Clock--H p os t and Son R r u n s w l k phonognph -- G u s h a r l company \fws from the Miss Llllle S Chadscy, 2"fi West Pnl io s v e i u e is Ir the Decntur an 1 ' aron cou-ity hospital s i f f e r i n g wl'h haclly spraiied knee nhlch Flip sus talnc-d in f a l l l n r over a rope t n the street Tuesday e v e n i n g Violators Are Subject to Fine. NOT LESS THAN $50 O. W. Bechtel Visits State's Attorney's Office. That it Is u n l a w f u l for one to re fuse to rent houses or rooms to ten ants because there are c h i l d i e n in the f i m i l y and that tho p e n a l t y for \io- Iatln 0 ' this law Is a f i n e of not less lhan $ r O or more than |100 for eieh offense is the substance of an 111! nois state law which w e n t Into ef feet July 1 1)09 This matter was looked up Wednesday m o r n i n g y States Attornej J L Deck who s a v s t h a t a n j o n e h a v i n g e v i d e n c e of the violation of this liw should b i n g it to him and he w i l l do tho rest 1 er- sons violating the law are subjec' to i n d i c t m e n t I j t h e giand Jurv COMPLAINS TO DECK O w Bechtel who complained lo The Review Tuesday that he had been u n a b l e to secure light hous» keeping rooms because l a n d l o r d s ob lecfed to the presence of children i the families of tenants called on States Attorney J L Deck Tuesdiv a f t e i n o o n to leirn just w h a t the 111! nols liw Is in regard to t h i t m i t t e r Mr Deck had not looked up t h a t par tlcular leat irs of the law and w i s u n a b l e to tell off hind lust w h a t t l i » provls ons are However a f t e r Mr Rechtei had gone he found tho liw in question v v h l r h Is c o n t a i n e d n section 38 chapter Ne 80 of the He- vised Statutes of Illinois Th s law wan enacted nnd becime In force July 1 1901 and Is as follows UNTAWrUL, It snail hereifter be deemed un l a w f u l and opposel to public; policy upon the part of any owner or igent of my d w e l l i n g flit or a p i r t m e n t desiring to rent or leis e the same *o require as a c o n d i t i o n precedent to the leasing of an dwelling ho ise flit or a p i r t m e n t that the person ^r peisons d e s i r i n g so to lei*e m "h dwell ng house f l a t or a p i r t m e n t Shi!) h i v e at the time si ch applies t l o n Is m*»de for such lea*e no child ren under tho age of fourteen v e a r s licsifling In their nm lies ind it shill be deemed u n l a w f u l and opposed to public polirv to insert in i n \ lea^e 01 agreement for tho let! ng or r o n t l n " of anv d w e l l i n g house 'lit or a p i r t ment a condition t e r m l n i t i n g si d If there are or ihill be inv Fu-^h c h i l d r e n in t h e f i m i h of anv petsoT h o l d i n g s ch leise n r d o c c i v i n 0 1 KU h lntr ho'i^e f l i t or i p n t m r n t and anv such contrict or IOISP ron t a l r i n g si rh prov Is on shill br deem ert opposed to public- policv i n ) en tlrrOv void as to s rh p r o v i s i o n T h e peniltv Is a f nr of not le«s t h i n S n or m o i r than '100 for e u h and ev erv offense BRING IN LVIDF sCF If an} one his a n j ev idence 1 ear ing on the refusal of a limllord or agent to lease premises bee use t h e i e are children in t h a fim Iv of the would be t e n a n t slid = t i t c s A toi nej Deck W e d n c s ' i v m i n i n g ind w i l l b r i n g the e v i d e n c e to mo I w II do the re^t Persons v i o l a t i n g t h i s iw are si bject to I n d i c t m e n t bv he grind j u r j · Scraps of News C OME DIDN, 1 STOP """"""*' In the m i n u t e w h ch vi is gnen to the suspension of n orlt it 11 o cl ick Tuesday morning in i n e m o i y r' t h t Americans w h o dl^d in tho w o id war the telephone opci uors at lh» Central Union Telephone Co 3 s w i ' c board In Decatu- counted ji n 191 calls FILE CLRT1F1CATP The certificate of the ma nago of Orson b March and Grace I ai rick In Springfield, Get 31 w a s filed for rec ord here Tuesday afternoon SLRMCE ST\R LFGIO\ T All members of the «er\ice Star Legion of Decatur are urged to at tend an i m p o r t a n t bus ness m e e t i n g at 2 oclock shaip T h u i s d i v a f t e r n o o n In the V, oman s club roo-ns BRUSH COLLEGG CLUB The Brush college c o m m u m t v c l u b w i l l meet at tbe school hou 1 - at " oclock Thursdiv i f t c i noon N o v n T h i s meeting w i s postponed Nov o 411 m o t h e i b are i n v i t e d ROOMS Ol I I Rr D In i c p l y to the s t o i j l n The P v i o w Tuesdav ev ei ing of the d f a c u l t i e s f O Vi n e r h t c ] in f n d i n g rooms for h i m s e l f his w i f e and child one wo man called The R e v i e w to tell them t h a t she hud rooms she w o u l l o glad t rent to a f a m i l y w l ' h c h i l d r e n DPOPS TO '6 '(Mien f o l k s stepped o u t d o o i s enh W e d n e s d a v m o r n i n g thev beg^n to t h i n k that Chrlstm is was com nr The temperature had dropped to 2 the lowest this fall and the sudden l o w e r i n g of the temperaUre ca ise i m a n y a s h i v e r SUFEIf ji m Seven Ordered for Immediate Delivery. OTHERS TO FOLLOW All Service to Be Improved if Possible. Decitur is to h a v e seven more new safetv cais C. J FES' ER HURT IN AUTO ACCIDENT Sfrurk IIT N n t i o n i l l.rocrr To rjclii- ery Oir W r d n i M l a v Charles I r esier w i s i n i i n c d \\ e 1 nescUv noon w 1 en he was smirk in a Nitiom.1 f rorerv eompinv d e ' l v e r v a u t o m o l lie as he w i s n d l i g home lo lunch Mr Fesler vvis r i l i n g a I i"v cle The acc.1 lent o c c u n e l on W est Mlln street b e t v c r n N o r t l M lln an 1 Ch n ch streets Mr Fps . r vv i« n k m to the Dentur and Micon C o u n i v h o s i m l for an \ riy c v i m l m t i o n o determ ne w h e t h e r his urn w a s brok en or f r i r t u r e d I \ e i since the new cais w e r e i u' in service last bi miner General M a n i - e r M L rv of tbe Decatur R a i l w a v and Light companv has been end i v o r i n g to gn m o i t f tliLin Ho finally seoorod a u t b o r i t v for tluir puiclnso ind he from I u e n t to 9t ] ons sundav and on Mon- dav placed the order for the ecvpn nc\\ ens T! * \ w e i e promised t* him w i t h n s e v e n w e e k s H Ins not v e t been d e c i d e d w h i t In os thf- c a t s w i l l he but Mr II n v said \ A c i n e s d i morning tl at ho w o u l d assign tl em t*-^ l i r t s w h e l o tl ev are needed to p r o v e t h o ^ m e TUT TO GI T MORL There is no question of the cffi- cic icv of these cais and they have p i o v c d a good i r v e c t m e n t People hi e to r do on tl cm Mr Harrv said, and t h a t j ist as «oon as these seven cars come he mil immediately put in a rtques foi more of them It w o u l d not DO s i r p i i s i n g if allv tl cv w o u l l succeed all the big cai s now in use Mr H a i r s IB doing c v c r v t h can to m p i o v e t 10 service aid (his w i l l be in ev donee as soon a-- the the new svv iclies on =ome of the lines i e fi i s] t f | Th(. sen Ice 01 n on of the linos » mu h l e t t e r t l in it as j. v and It h s in en i IOIIL tin e «ncc my \\cre heard complun M Joliin-iei Vowing Circle £t J o l l n n o s fcfvviig Cir meet T h u s iv i f t e r n o n in th of M i s Aupci'-t Morenz 133 1 c i f l uicl street pro- Haynes Sandidje Under Bond; Other Arrests Expected. M o n t l c e l l o Nov N o v I ' -- \ f t e r 1 mgton 1 -- Tlle aircst ol h o u r o n f t i r i c e a M c e havnes --andidtc of this, p] ico w . b | t | G a s , i c e m o n t re u c u male l u e s d a v al ernoon on a Dene in connection w i t h the i Peck \\c I birber a i d NEW TAXI LINE TO START HERE Harrr Vlbrleh Came* From Bloom- tnglon to Enter Banliins Harry Ulbrleti of Bloomlngton Is moving to Decatur, and Wednesday he called at the city clerk a office and took out a license for operating a taxlcab line He will use three Dodge cars to start with and says he will add more If the business warrants tt He said that he was under the Im pregslon that the rates here werr really lower than they ark, and h' expects to make a good th,fng out ef his taxi line Allen BlaVe also took out a taxlcat Ucenie Wednesday mornlnr. MANY DUCKS ON ILLINOIS RIVER iMtira Probably HIM Stnrlprt Tlti-m on Southern Flight Wpin*sda morn r a. f r l o n 1 llv- "g nt Bath m e r In Mason co n»v m the I l l l n n s r i v e r t c l e o l o n e ! to o r * B* ir nit w ho III es to h ml dt ok t h a t the birds w er? fly n K f r e e l y ant] In la--e numbers th»re \\ orlnesday The bllz/ard In the north and n o r t h n e s t his e v i d e n t l y started the ducks and geese on their southern flight I nil! the pa°t dai or so Deoatur hunters on thp I l l i n o i s river h a v e been very successful not HUNT FOR TWO CARS OF COAf. One Hundred Twenty rnmlllci, Carri lor Tnrsdny. Commissioner Van- Praag recelv»d i messige Wednesday from Chicago ' itlng t h a t efforts are being made to locate the remaining two of the i cars of coal shipped the city from ndlana Eight of Ihe caps have ar rived and two of them were unloaded before noon Wednesday Tuesday the city supplied 120 fam Illea with coal nnd It was expectrd to supply no families d u r i n g the rtav There are about 800 orders yet unfilled Another Mnn. Charles Cundlff ISB6 North Collerre wants It known that he Is not the harles Cundlff who was arrested for non-support of his wife are th© oads? Taylorvlll*--Roads In bad condition muddy »ca In placet no bottom ViOllfried Mintler Dies of Pneumonia. GottfrkJ M l n t l e i for a cunrter of a c e n t u r v an c m p l c v o n the U a b j b h rounrthcusc died at 11 30 o clock Uednesdav m o r n i n g In tbe \ N a b a s n omplojes hospital after a w i c k s illness A week ago he became sud tlenly i WK i ^ n o L m o m a and a fo v ays latt r was t i ' \ c n to the e m p l o y e s inspltal bu h* n e v e r (allied Mr M i n i l e r I ad been a resident of I 1 c a t u r for Hum s e v e n tars com ing heie from G e r m a n v w h e r e lit ivas born Julv 21 1S62 He w i s a machinist at tho r o u n d h o u s e and haJ worked there c o n t m u o u s l v f o r t w e n t v f i v e vears He was one o£ those men w ho won friends easily and i c t a l n e d t h e i r f r i e n d s h i p HL w a s a member of St Johannes Luth- t a n church Mr M i n i leaves 1 " Ife f ind one d a u g h t e r Mrs T^otils V r Bor osch and one b r o t h e r J i l l u s M i n t l e r of Decatur Mr Mintler p home was in 1160 Past Grand a v e n u e The hodv was taken to Moran s un d e r t a k i n g establishment and w i l l bP alien to the M i n t l e r home Thurs lay m o r n i n g Funeral services have not et been arranged he i DECATUR SO' OIERS R E T U R N H O M F Rollle Mose only son of Mr anl Mrs Frink Mose 10.0 North Oakland street arrived home last week from r imp MoPhcrson A t l a n t a , Ga He has been In the mertleal service for nearly two vears He was sent to ramp Dodge Towa wber he received his honorable fll'c'nrpre After a weeks v i s i t with his parents and relatives hi will take up farm -work near Moweaqua nrturnn to xhlp. Gail Kemmerer yeoman has returned to his ship the U S S Captain Plnlsterre at Hohofcen N J. after imenfMnjf B fifteen *»v fiirloueh with hln narenta »t 844 We«t Leaf- land avenue. w a n a n t sault upon 1 s^ \ u l t a ago M i ^ i n d u l g e it l o r i i e r service m n Ho w a s released in dei bond $ 1 0 0 0 and a prelln n 11 v 11 i i g foie 1 lgo \\ \ Ii ss n t h e c c o u i t is s c h e d u l e d for * o cl 1: day n t r n n g I t s t h o i g i t t h a t \ a r r a n t s u e out lor on r men ) her p e i s o n s um er suspiuon ^ a n d i d t e can c lo M n t i c e l l o In Jan uarv 111 and in Se l o n b e r of t! it y e a r w i s c i l l e l i to v i c e He ie t u r n e d l i e i e 1 1 ^e t p m b e r 1 1 1 n i l Ins been e n p l u v c d in t h e b a i l i s h , l i i n i los \ i i c l o i s o n In l r r tf~ii nony l"st b a t u r d \ Jli s IV k te^H f i e d ( h i t she. d "-i i I i '^ h » i I 0] t c o m p i n v ai 1 t i n t l] i v I i en iged 1 ut In I inn 1 l i and tl at the ennuemeiu hid broken PES1 VI « Tl ACUJNG Tl/ie S i c h t l s the t e a c h e r K ho w is i i I arced w t h t h e i s ^ i u l t bv M sv r I eck a n l l a t e r a , i t t e d re i i n to his ilil es as pi n o l p i l of l i t school Mondav be ng r e i n s t a t e d by he board CL1 \ P P D The b o a i d of c d u n t i o n of s 1 ool libtrict n iml cr _ met at its u i a r st-Sbion M n iv evenm,, N o v 10 ana 1 TSC I tbe folk w i n g l e s i l u l i o n \ \ h e r c i s tbe c o m m i n i t v 1 is beoi i f i i v a t c d bv in i - . « i i l t on one Mis A l i a l o c k md v v h c i e i s tin. clnrn. w a s m a l e t h a t I \7 f N i c h o l s p r i n cipil of t i c I i n c o l i " - i h o r l vv is t i e , gu iv p a i i v uul w l o i o i s tbe c o u r t j in Us i n v c b t i i r i i i o n of t h e f i c l M l l v d c o l i i e l tin inn cei oe ot t i e t efemlint but fo n l 10 q i o u ^ s v v t n t f v e r to e M i b l i h ev ei tin. f i m t t t suspic ons T h e r e f o r e be it l e s i h c d riTt the boircl of e 1 i r a t c n of s h n o l dis t r l c t nun bei i f t o r a rigid con · · i l o i n i o n of i 1 the i f - s a id f a c t In t h e CIT m l i i i v i n g boon enrrob n ted bv t h e legi) m v t s t ' ^ a ion of t h e court tl erel v o^ presses i t s c f i d c n " o in the ahsol tp Into-Tltv r- Fl7 e Vohois and stmrl roi U to is slst ind I p l T c p h i s action I n h s oi «ii v\ ork hei e ' ^igne 1 Rov IT Tonos n r e s i l o n t 1 P I nlner peorotirv VA l l l n n \1 k ' n s Fr°d I Trlle T n i i c MI or F ' o v d P r a n k e n h o r n ind Mis c I\ S m i t h " TO NEGOTIATE WITH SOVIET li j h e i o i e D n e c t o r Genciil Hinc= m n m h i {go MISS HUDSON AND CARL MATH1AS WED i M I i d . 1 et! n v Nov 11 r- i \ o of r. 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