The Decatur Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois on February 14, 1924 · Page 18
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PAuL. Ij^Vjii. i D E C A T U K R E V J E W Thursday, February 14, 1924. Must be in City To Get City Privleges Corporation Coun^l Belaud Tell, Realtor. Rigid Policy Is to Be Adopted. i WHAT DID ! Public Improvement t " X7/-VT1 0171? o i TC/\ai*rl Mlicf t 1 IK ' ll S I I V CO II 1 11 I S ' l O O i t 1 P mli (I D oalm s q u i i c l s in hi i ne mil t e l l 1'ii-in w elhe 01 n-l h e , , o r ui "",, '" = 1 C d * v ° n 1 "°" ilolla U i i bCV d V I M "in v h ih v H he 1 ud t o i bi lie c i t i niv 11 I 1 e i t v and v i l l lj en bo u i 1 Lv p ip l v 01 tslele tlie c i t v s I I e Bol i ul c o i p o r i t i o n eot j ^"' i ' i i l l v vv li'ch hr i ml tl THsi 1 " l l l r i s it ll I I "- t " 7 I 1 rs-"i in n h 1 1 i I I e 1 M C 1 u n s d ,\ n 11 I u 1 M n u, i t i i i f i i l ' n · 1 oni I it o on i d n i h i 1 i v v b e l e l l o w i I i t l i f i l u " B i i i K D l o i - , i - m i l l t v i U I- s i n YOU SEE?; A saw in in b u l a n c e stop m the ....-Jli. ot t i e street, the driver sot ott and opened the back door Persons who » v e i e passi is stop»ed ex- pec.ta.ritH \Uiei t i e door was opened a voting- lnl ca-rjing- a o ' i n cabe c a m e out vV \ s i u a S e j b H o catnip in a D e c t l u i i c ' U L r a U V wona i coveriHl a cheese, s i n d i v i c n SD heaviij w i t h c a t t u p t i n t w h c i ihe started to t h e b a i i l v v l c i c a t s u p squirted 5 v\ i c i e Supreme Court Denies Rehearing in German Case- City Improvements Not Affected. c it cv er Big Bulge in East William Street. \\ i l l - , s i i K v v ill s on i n i i - s to , U L M - i L I t i» ate icK e MIT'S") i I i D C ocd b l O e i s on tho h t r c c ' s "v r V li so blocks ire 1 lid H n l i i i D i i c i c t c v all.s alo-it, I n , s u e d . U c n m n _ r c o n n o n Hi £ i l litcs' , id in itc d u i f e ' o i 0 1* l o c u o It is ,, a busv l o c a l , v | , i ,u up n i t 1 s s e m e UD m i" i i I I I of liu b col., oi the soulh Milo 1 I ist T\ i l l i i n s u e d be vv.ce i N o tl M i l i Hi Not th V a t t s t r c i t . | \ i Ui slim i l ' i i 1 - "a !"· ' ^ u 1 sou h ist so net of Vv. ?st ' I n n ai I r , s cc - w h o i e tl c M 1 v il r T saw a i i in 'J' i- ° ' l le s t i c c t e i i sound i = l e r t r J r o J e almost to the end of the s t t c e t c i i n e a i d lh» m m w i= still i=!eep No 10 ot Hit n-sen," a t r i e d to wait. i l l l l l 11 7 ·\\" T SI . m i U Jit u a i s f i ho i s u l u o - d i v v i t h ' h i a v i e v i l coil on xid I'i in B n c i , i c t i - u ^ W h i t Did "i OU - ^ _^t*m»»^^^ ^^ " -^^^-- -- -- -- -Board Must Remain V ord was i c c e i v c d m Decatui Thursday that the t cquest of the cits, of Decatur in the case of \\" M and Blanche German against the citv for a re-heating- had been denied b\ the supreme c o u i t This Involves the v a l i d i t y ot the board of public improv etrents in cit.es under the commission form of. government In cities of less th.au 50 000 and n cans in Decatui t h a t all such improvements m u s t be I n i t i a t e d bv tha boa d of local i m p r o v e m e n t s and not b j the c i t j c o u n c i l 10 ESS! RELIEF D. H. S. Students Collect ing Funds. Demo Judicial Meeting^ Feb. 20 Session Will Be Held in Champaign. f U s IIM bee i T i t out 'cr IP D e m o n i c t i K " l o m n c n l i o i f o t Hi « t! e th r l j u d i c i i l d i - . l i let to be h e l d at C n n i p i l R i I « . b -0 N o local v.imUi.1 cv f o i 'Hit non in l 101 f o i the s i M I no buich arc 1 i o \ i b u ill 1 mi.iln i i · llcl l1 ' '' I L, ~ u i 0 c t wi-11 I "»i p t t o in \ of I h - l t , i " t " w u lo l ' ' il i t c K i l i l t in in i 01 i 1 i c uu ulit w i l l J r J f w l ° l \ l tl C 1 ) i b l l t " s n 0 1 ! ' l "- l ° CTPY NOT In anticipation of action n t h e t C i\ 01 able or u n f a v o i Uie on II 's ca*8 which w a s a. test use t-Keu up b' D»catur the c l t v has b e e n ci r j inn tho legal r ocfedlngs on ill I n p ' o v o - nients in both tlie c i t y c o u n c i l and in the board of local i m p i o i e n · nt- w h i c h is t i e citr counc 1 inde other name doing- bu«lies3 as sue toard This double bairelied method v t now be dropped as fie supreme cour has ruled that the original decislo that tbe i m p i o emcnts must b^. in tiated bl such a board now stands COMPLICATIONS T h e creation .ot tlie boaid of loca i n n i o - v e m e n l v Binnl, complicate proceedings here but lias no otlie clfect What th ' use o' tlie board is cinno- be ui derstood e\ en by tho«e who liaxe stt died the law Its need not \ i s l b l e licic I' complicates an o t h e r w i s e sn iplc process w i t h no cori"-poni!iii3- f,iln that cm be seen e i o n b the expert obseiver l l i c d e c i s i o n simply makes- \alnl anJ c o u p u t o r v t i c board o f locnl l m p r o v e n i p n t « --art ],ee Bolaud corpoiit 01 counsel Tharsdas BEELER REPORT ON TO TO CITY Sent from CKicago Tuesday By Express. EAGERLY A W A I T E D SCRAPS OF NEWS LAKE LEVEL The lake level at noon Ihuradai was CIO T3 as compared to CIO S at tac same h o u r Wednesda-. E. T HICKS OUT p T Hicks former county s u p e t - m t c n d e n t of h i g h w a \ « ^ h o w a s forced to quit his wo r k because of Illness w a s about the court house Thursday greeting friends Mr Hid.fa is 'till far from well anJ uses a cape as he walks a b o u t Street Car Survey Needed for Franchise. Copies ot the Ion- a w a i t e d Beeler repot t \ v c i c expected to be in t i e h a n d s o' the cl v ol'icials som time T h u r s d a v ns the report was sent b j cypress f i o m Chicago Tuesday i i p h t It is e\rcrtcd that the report will be s t u d i e d by the city official 1 ! for a few d a j s and that then a confer- once w i t h t h e II moia Power i Light Co o f f i c i a l s w ii be arrareed to discuss the f n m ' n s of. a franchise T i e r e p o i t us I cen awaited because it as f e l c l)i both c i t j and n t i l t o f f c l i l b h a t a n e x p e r t sur State Officer in Charge of ' Session. 1 u ' U f o i ML-) ' ri I li it ai 11 " ti I h ·! iceuo i of t h e = i n t o w c n l in ilic D ^ c a t u i l b i u \ i - s l o n a ' meot nc li^Ul me J i 'Ihe 7ioir rs $330,000 Balance Held by Treasurer Total of $17,000 Paid in Wednesday. of the s i U a t i o i w i t h all of the 'acts t h a t such a = u r \ e y ue%elops mifflu lielp to b i i n g ' i b o u t a better u n d e r s t a n d l i 6 of, v hat tf e f r i n c n i s t should reall cotito n BiN'K CLEARINGS Ban -'"aiuigs for tho w e e k end me Thursdav were $1 221.795 J2 tor tn« same time last wcelc they w e r e $1 193 :SG 07 Tor the saire tima last \ c a r t h e y w e r e $1 18S,7o7 ^0 W. P. C. D I N N E P The W [ C \ ill a e n e d i m e - I n- diy m the G * R "all chicken . nd hot biscuits b e i n g incljded on the menu. The dirncr is open to the pub lie The women -will q u i l t all d a v . ·svuisr BROKEN Charles Pope, son of "Mr and M--S. Charles P Pope "43 N o r t h Monro street, EiiCCered a broken w rl = t of hi r i g h t a i m Tuesday afternoon while takirg- gymnasium eie^cises in the high school gym The rope to tho ring- the boy wa3 swirging on broke and h» fell to the floor BR01HERHOOD5 10 HJGK ^Expect Agreement with W«ba«h Men. USING MOTOR TRUCKS Pennsylvania- H*» Eleven Units Working. , II at the f o u r lailroati brotlui- lioods the engineers fi'-emen, train- conductors p l a n to ask i l a p c 1 -- f oi t i l l . l l u - s j ov (H tn 1 t i c 51" 000 in t i \ c s ll at a m " n 1 u e v j i x and Ihe $10 00 that L-IIIP n -\\idi =sfl tl e h a l a r c e on ha-id in MIL r o u n t v t i t'-tirj is no % S3 U 0 010 \ s t c a i s i c a n of c i l l ' s w h o bruit, t i e r t a x l u l ' s w i i l i i » m f o r i c r c n t i i i f c k e e p s t h e l c i l c a l r oi i in M e c D l c c t M v o f f i c e a^, i'i-"-f u r r c i l i e s U h c i e u ho,t n o n n u r d b^ loi ·· on v i 1 1 I ( 1 i Ml.il One Man Believes Fortune Teller's Story. T i l U ·ho ( M s c i s s l o r o f p r o b l e m s . w h h h conf o n t m,r«u is Miss \ n l M l \ I in t l i e s t i l e h*)! u i n v T- ir ehl ,rc o] t h e n e e l i u - r MISS 1 Rf 1 TX (.11 \ C O v e i scott w el oi in' the hbi i t s in b o ' i i l i of H e Den ur l l J "11 bonrrl of w h i c h li is A m e n her ind f o i he L tj M i s Mid (. 13i ins t,ivo a hi I c f t ill mil t h i n M ss V\ ice t o i ehiierc c D i n c of t i o p o i n t s a scusse 1 w o n t h e t u i - of n t c i c s t 1 1 t i e N · ,nus pel oi 1 r 10 is i n d ho v to in e r e l s p l l 0 os,t 1 1 t ' l C L o l t i l l l « s n l o a i l l n r M i s s T i c s i.povtcil a iv av i f e'iv t i v In,- tc I s u in u n ' P ' i sois who a i c f. IK on m t o r i o ) s ' o u r s ,11,1 si I i i i o d - i l n , i t - h " s t a t me U n v ? P ' 1 1 1 is iv n i 1 H B v c i b\ U o in IK s 1 1 i r v ^s , C i a ion I is a n - ' e ti I t o II c t i n oi l i l T - M i n - prr a t i v t P os:ic r "= t t 1 «= 1 rp-l 1 i 1C t( c l ss il i o id 1 ir Westlawn Folks to Meet At I Emerson Piano House. I '-o m u ^ h t h s been s h o w n in TO m STftTE PICTUp ELKS The Good Samaritan" Open to Public. I h m a r t i n i ^ov"-!! l u i hh w ins the l enal an I me i o 10 i pi t \rf c h i n t h ' o i n s t i l u l o is n t i e w i 1 1 c «1 o v n it t i r i U (lu i i- 1 \ n l - l it 7 10 o clo to l l i i " f i l n is v n i hi e In the " t a l e a id a lc- iu i - w i l l c o n e t i r \ ) l u i t h e pi u i c 1 I i u i i n t l i = i n e t to 11 r ) u- 1 L f ) I , i t Decatur 1 01 ( I l u n u c lot ob-tr ic of t h e bi Idtm; M i i l - I i n · cJ n d SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASSES BANQUET ,,i ( i n . o M i l l m f l K t I n v e i ' ( r 1C I u i r i vi c t. l i e ( i l t al i i ' t v e v e r , o t , I o i i el J ,i- e 1 .-ois ,,, 1 he i IMS), b °i.j a t e 1 n r e d -"c ll J the t i b 01 i i t h e c i i ( ,i J u ·- v 1 l o t 1' 1 I *- j o i n \ o n c i v n n w as pi ( f isel v s c£ i s b i i t 1 \ i i c h ^" b in All Along the Line. c e i li" f, ^ f e '· "' ' U R | i n , - , nl HL I H c i ur featety C u i i c i l I V H i m n J- l'0-.n cillcd to tlif ( v c i P i « i i"'i= tint u lii-ing pliced on L ' ( an o n r b n e dinner t o the CM.III j I , on (' c l l i e r one c-s 'nbiU a', com , 1 m i - ,111 J- on 1 --ion w l i cl sho ild he , i ,i i tt 1 i n i n ? -^ 1'V- 1 ^ C T m r n p i , ! vv ni ' ! V , l i l e t i n,- = ti u t n o moioi ( c r iro v i v e. uei t nd trc --ubjcel lo il P i io-.t s i \ c r c cot t ci i n . i t i o n t hv cc imi t i o It - ( I c i u ' e d t u a t othci fi n ' l - l t uut ni oil o -- n 1 -' s lo ' In ID ai (1 lu iH'i '-iiould h i v e t t i n · I Tl 1 1 1 1 - I I I V l l n o s i i v li u-; v i g i s n« mil (liiiuprous i r d sine** .il v' HI U n? r u t i , us n o an.iiiiac.iuii; ( no U e dr ns o i i i ok" o s! cot car | ^ in ~ conic in o- it en ion of I i^ ' l u u l i u - oi n t n w n o b - \ e signed ( udi, 01 w n i c i i II v igrcc to rcpor a "isc ous pr-'cticcj Tin-) · ilctv , i m i i i s n is co u n i o n j l i e ' t { n ')0 d i i c c t t d o n l v isa'nv, t 10 Un t ir icuulci i- T h t t clJ is IIHK l v idci i h m th t f l i c s a l c l v ( C i i m u l c c 1)2 eveo t i n t ' i p j i i r i i ' b siutai i il ir f ^ c t o n e - cle v j i o i - on t'io s dew Iks or ni s'oies lieil u b r o k e n d o w n througli o alien ion to t^c o r d m a r j loi gDoil »".nt i 'on and veil tl tinri "c- iiist as n j p o i t a n t a-, the i t i t i l s of oiulcss d r i v i n g ot m o t o r c u s Mi or r i d e r a c o m m e n t t i n t vv nlc spccidcvnar e x h i b i t s s ic'i as that i ade in the park ot the mo'oi car H'cked r c i r I l i r i b t o w n early A l j n J j v n i o u n ^ ^ « r v o o focu= at l e n t i o n on th ' cla-s of acciOent-. In u i u c are h u n d r e d s ot i i i u o r ac c ( i t n t^ m i iiT'iij. ^Siiotis ones--not o ( i u ° c t " l v i 'i moto- ur dr.v 15 co ers 'tie g runl heedless aocitltnts in e e r l i n e oi! I , f.e w 1 ll w \ t h u |m' H o l l l l S S v i u l h V f i ii 1 f l i l J Tl l i e , I ' l l ' 1 uid I ni 11 11 11 h " A i id l 11 1 111? i d N I I I V. II \ 11, 1 v ont i ,, " ril ( 1 v a r s hi a n e h i c the ailirm i O 10 ot t v n s ' a C o i n n i s t . i t i ) n t 1 of lv m e r ) I,,S- I e f n o i h o , , i r i 1 hi w 1S p l 1 r o p r c v » n l i t i ' ·-' ' ' 1 H " 1 ' |0 Shopping Week Comes in March Retail Merchants Consider Plans for Affair. - i q ^ s i l o n s f c r a c o i r n u T i t s h o i 1 t !· f rot w eo i '10 p i o , ) o s p j a c t i o n for a seiver and ( b o am e \ a t i o n ot t c i r l t o r y on the w e s t of Dec ur 11?,. t i o niee i\s ot \\ "St I w n L i n d e n nice, ^ icto r la l u e peop'c a n J o t l e m ntTcstei tl it t i o i n r e t l n g - place h a b b°»n mged 10 t h e L,ii»-son P i a n o h o u s e In -1 e l'oi biock N u t h V- n (,'ieet · I r o n i e e t i t K is at 1 -0 o clock to- It is e-vpccteJ h a t lh n i a v o r c i ' v c i g i n c e i a m e i r b i r o ilio s nt ar: bo u d m l oil e i s w i ' l be at the mccl- iil^r 'o d i s c u s s tHo s i t u il on I oni P i t n " coi i m i ^ s i o n e r of lie il h m l s a f c t v c x t o i d o i l a foi m a nn'i- uon to t h e men b e t s n t i.ie c tv "ii n I ' I ins 11\ in 011 i s t o it t e n 1 t i e 1 ,s cMici.li.il h i t tl c i embf-s o' On c i m c i l I c e r o aril t h e c o per t i o n counsel i nl Mo'i-an O C t i c i c i ' v c i i c l n o e - w II 1 o D i e ^ e n t to d s-uss t i. = i l i l l n n v v , ll 11 c piol. c r t v o w n i rs ~- p O COMMITTEE MET Postmaster Jake Hnl who is president of the Illinois Postmasters' Association, has called a meeting- of the executive com-rittee to be held In the office of Posfnas'cr Leude- of Chicago on Feb 20 The purpose of the co-ntnlttee meeting is to d c t c i m i r e the t i m e a.id location for t h e ne t a i n u a l state convenllon I IND INJURED M A N Wallaca Eelv arel* of Cli iton brake- .11 an on the Springfield di-vis on of the I'linois Central, w.as found by the switch crew w a n d e r i n g around the Vandalla a r d s m a dazed condition about 3 30 o clock Thursday morning-, v ith one s h o u l d e r broken and his l e a d badl cut Moran s ambul- a.ico w a s called a id he was ta\en to St Mars s hospital H«» w a s too dazed to tell w h a t had h a p p e n e d to him bu hi3 condition led to t n 3 belief tha he had fai en f r o m a t aln · K O M V N S COUNCIL BOAPD I h e hoard of Mie Woman s couici w i l l meet at 1" oc ock F i i d i v morn i is at the Y V C A 11 h i 1 ici on ) I f f W l O k O 1 P i M i r e 1 ' II b v u b c i i n t t l " di n t s hi. ulr ' b i r l i l l i cri.111 it s u l i l l to 1 bs a l i e r e t a i l in' r 1 I 1 I M S o t ii i n i " e t n ^ n i' roons T i ' cf ·· ,a _ v cn - l i 11 ,7 ,, , ' 1 i u i n I h" w a« ll i i u i s h C L r \ M ill il rjn 1 l ( 1 0 I O ' , 1 , i f r P I \ n i l i l I r e 1 IK- r i i i WARREN FATHERS FOR FREE BOOKS \ = oe 1 In i o- Ci i in t -· c" i n o - n l n s Ml i i t n l j.i ·· I n v - H i d 10 b" i r c s o n t 1 !· v i l l i 11 in toe h i - « i r .cJ o i t ^ c v nl t,~cs 10 i to I c n o s c i t« h i -in. v\ i t h 1 -11 u ml dc I n i t o act i o n 1 is h t o i t i k e i i hi con inui i l v si c,i i - v e v \ r u l i c i bi ice sc\ c-i l i r e s of ic U i t v In o ila- 0 e IK . c a t u - " « h o p l l n 0 ter i o v tl o s'af, | ii"- A| e ' i i ' v p i c i i l i - v i . n l T h e I vi P; si r i m i d " t u t t i 3 he i I f o i d i\ p i ' POSI i BEGIN WORK ON MT. ZION ROADS I h r i l r r l l l s o r m a n nnil HnTmon I Iclelior S i t rncc tor O » l i « rn. Ch « l c i n i ' c i i r u n «titc nl ro' m i n c f Ml ton t o v n s l u p mil R T m o i d r i i t c i e !·" comnuss oner ' I h e sn c t o w n s h i p h i v e bcsu i pit u g - ' h e i r loitK m c o n d i t i o n V\ " nos In t n?v v i r i - out on ' h o 1 s i M i i s un oi th-ni j u r i s ],ct 01 set me t h e Pice a - o ie roicl m. , in p u l i - ng- - h o lent 1 " out rt tno mud v v l l i c h i " , n p p e d o l t i f f c «o --crioLS j for i n i m b c r cf w o o l v 11 o vconlo or Mt / i o i t o w i - h p % v o l l as oil ors who t av cl tl f Is t h c i o co-isldor i t i f o r t u n a t o th.ns- lit T a i ^ r , in, ai a rietc ie- nre ot, h Jib t h o i tin-, - e i , Ri 1 ire c o n f i d e n t h i t in b e t t e r l i e i w i 11 bo u nd cK v h c n n ^ncon c o j n t v TLAMLS CHSiMIC\LB Di Tame' II ransom head of t'l i C i i is rv d e i n r t n ent of t i o Jai e I M I I linn t - n i v e ' s i t s a t t r l b u t e - i t h bad ta = te of th" ci w a t o r d u r n ie Ubt w e e k or so to t i e e^cessiv use of c i e - n i c a l s i the p j r fication proce" -\\ t'i the on neitcd siow \-irt run iu tie w a ' e it has P oh- a b l y been necessary to t so moro ciemica 1 ' 'lian u s u a l in the p u r i f i c a - t i o n men . t w e l v o pel cent li create In pav cu the western roads, v , h k h \ \ o u l d include (lie Wabasli ib a htatcrneiit jtibt rrfacle L \ X U C -hcppaid presi- d e n t of the Order of R a i l w a y Conductors He added t h a t a n i o c u n ^ w i t h '1m executives represe itine the«e roac-n \vas to bo held In the near f u ' u r e tu discuss a new w a g e scalo and p-o- posed c! anses in basic w o r k i n e rulis desired b tno roads 'the brothel hoods v. ill renew the demands rasda last fall on wage inci^iiso and w i l l propose r u l e chances also lie said t o o t h a t t i e rallroid") w l s i t o eliminate time and o n e - h a l t la for o v u time In f r e i g h t service Officials of tl c"»c bi o t h e r h o o d s or least some of them on t h e W is', have tec i expe^tuipr to holil m e e t i n g POO i w i t h WabTs'i o f f i - 'als and it w a s b e l i e v e d a BCttlc- n e n t could be a f i c c t o d l»e Motor Truck* 'lie Per i s i l i a n i a h i s j u s t l"t ' m o peration f o u i a d d l t l o m l motoi mule nits, m a k i n g a tolil of eleven u n l f nd t w n t j motor t r u c k s i n r e g u l a r p»ration d i s p l a c i n g e l e v e n loc il releht t r a m s Ah of t h i s ' c r v l c i !·» n eastern l i irs oE the _ompanv This makes C02 n ilcs of d i i l v truclc operation mil It is p l a n n e d to soon ncrease t h i s to 1003 mi If sioi - dooi iMivcr., of I* ·' L f m s h t i» 1 e u l t i m a t e o u j o c i v e I J e i M t u r I nilinlt In t h e si^ month'? sa'etj CJ n p a i g n not being- condu t d fa t l i o 'Uabi'-ri mechanical d e p a r t n c n t iv ith a spci.- rice b e t w e e n Dci-itm and iloboi 1% the D e c u t u r c ir -' opi at p r e s e n t holds the pain v v i ' h »°- "*· ·l"Bl' 1 ! "- j u i 'o anv of if W e m p l o v e * n f i t in the f o r l j t h r e e ill a t h i s v c i r . 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Ceor t e I i l v o u a n d n I MoDan ei- FOR L B. MN \V a s h , l i s t e n I ' f, r r n Mi I -ai \\ " s h i n 0 t c n Posi I be s u i t e ' .u 1 I -- A sJopo" 11 y i i i h l i s h e r nf t h e ,, ^ 1s«uod t i!iv i l oe'inii t t t c " I «· (r . p r , c c l nr probation l i e ·" h r o t c I n t o r «tore o n i ' cash n n a r l n e t j ccnti w o Hi of tobacco NEWS FROM THE SICK M « P i " ' l l a w c s w h o u n l e r i v e n un o p e r a t i o n for a r n c n d l a i i" " '!'- D t c a l u r ,rd M n c n i C c u n l y bosr-l ul ru»-ilis i" fo- I.lnn imd SC-UKBH u n d - r v e r t »n op- o-ation f o - t h e r ? n o v n l o r U K a n r n a i t l h i , , - f l a m o r n l n s - In llic Pocitur null Ma. I MI i u r t no p t i .Ie v a? i c - t m E w e l l A i ( 1, / a e r o c i l l o v i man} l i n e s t av o v o u a.«et! toi an introduction -o a p i e t t v g-irl ' \\ell h e r e s w h e r e o u d o i t h a v e lo a»lt ^ V e i e OT..VD to I n - i o d u c e 5011 to f o u r of the f i . c n d l i e s l i c t - ticbt a r d peppic-t girls \ c \ i v e e v e r Unovv n noois VNU urn HIDDII H Thcj are the rain chiractci" m A i t i s t Martin's new girt comic strip, w h i c h is gome to appear In this pa- pe- everv d a j starting next Mondat r l t , h t Cute little t h i n g S ie s a r r e s i n a n in colegc -Next to Con who gets a kick oJt ot to.ichlng Then comes Marj, v \ l i O b long- suit is a g j m «uit And on tho She s a ste-io i i,cdnl prcsei ee ·'ie i w i l l )o requ i oil Mr Met 0111 who is 1 i' IS O v 1)111 Oil HI 1 01 111 l I I 0 1 C tl lt- ' n e n li U "t he l o O i iff Ion ed Foi i E i t c n e n t Secretary n i n e . l a iv * - " · " · - I all '100 000 b i t it is u n d e r s t o o d t h P c o n m l t t o o low de-i es to onestio i him a b o u t a ilife o u t inafoi __ MARRIAGE LICENSE W. C. T. U. HONORS FRANCES WILLARD Mis« Jlargnret Crlwwr Reud« Int«restln« Taper t Frtncci V V I l l a r ) , o r t a n i z o r o* the "vT C IT b vv 3 honored Iw m e m b e r s of t'i orcin 7rtl un Wei!n«»(liv u t t e r r o o n T h e n thoi met In tho Firs- C h r l n t i n n churol, o ccmmcii orato Uio tvrenly E ^ li a n n l v e r - rv of h^r a ° « t h An n t e r o s n c p i p e - "n "ic I f" of M i s s V V i I I i r l vi 13 ro-id lv M PS M n r j i r o t Cns- sc c o n n v n "si l e n - of tho VV C T v l t l i o i r h "ti«" W i l l ird vi ^ born anri . In ttj" r n t e or Nc v Vo'l h e r wo k ,l(no for t h e m t s t m r l n the stit» of 1 I rou I t w i t I I I coU 'hit placoJ the * · luc of 1 *r ,n th- rotumla. of tlio cap , Hi a' V V i s h n g l o n D C She I« tho onls n n n u n w r o h j s ho"n so horo-ed In 1^12 Mi»» vv illard Tv"nt to Enpland v Hero »"·» o- 0 an led tt-o \V o- d V C T. ! G U H dcncc R » G a b r o both g i M n b t h e n BUic ^ cam 1 le"t w e present A n n w i t h a lot ot p u n c h Boots aid Uei I udd; com), f i o n the word go It is a s il i don t u g c d Ii Cln t. Filter , - o rrecl f t t v th'ci Decntir The ' d l r e r t o r y B've^ tlie l,r,d"iiroorn B l i o n as a b r n k e n i a D f o r tlu v v a o i . r » t o M ono ot Lanciitcr l i k e Bills, Bjots, Cora Marg and Ann w o n t rppcat to von But, If you do C u r l G F u t h A S m o l l n » k i , BcsalsKi T 1 *- '" D » c a t u , If Sherman E p ' n » t i » l i l «nt. h for H i i l r f i r n t Xf cr t h e t a l c a o u r d l e l i c l t l n g r cere n c n v loolc plae" Each mer»er 'l^hted 1 candle from a large cmdlo held by M e J j h a BuRh fie president o: lh« or- Banirallon Tlie m e e t l n B erded T Ith t h e -ting nir of L*t the Lower LlgV« Le Burning. PERSONALS Vinics Gum ng accomrian ed b j liib daughter Miss G t n e v i e v e , l e f t Wedne^dav for Florida ·» h"%c t h e w i l t remain for f-ix vvee,vS They w i l l rctu-n by wa., of Baltimore and W ashington Frank S t e n a i t 310 Cobl aventi_e l e f t on Tueidaj for Savannah Ga to pass icveral weelvB w i t h Mr ard Mrs Jriui Cliodat former Tc«ldent: o t Dccatar Jle w i l l al"O v i s i t n I l o r i d a and ^eiv Orleans J. C. Hacklcman of U. of I. Here Saturday. I n t e est in seid corn ·!« now- dev e l o p i n g a rent; Die firmer'! w ho ai« lav ins t h e i i plans for tho «pr n* w o r k .ind J C H a c k l c m a n of t.,« acTieulturnl suhool of t h e - L n l v e r s l t v of Illino," w il' spca v at the f i l l " bnildm,, Saturda a^tornoon at t o c l c ' l on the s ed coin s , t u a t on in central I l l i n o i s Testing ,s b c i n s doie at a n u i n l or of plices .ird tho need for ciro in vccd corn soJection and ot testi- ar the corn chosen fo- seed ,i beings n o w n bv the^oi t e s t s S. W. V. TO HONOR TWO PRESIDENTS Commemornie W nufclnirto" »"* ' '"' coin lilr«h«nr«- Scott -vMison Camp No D5 - w i l l hoJrl a regular mcetinR I n t h e G A R h a l l JTrldav night Fcb IS at 7 45 A e ' i o t t business mooting w i l l be followed Dr a patriotic prog-rom c o m m e m o r a l i n * the b i r t h d a j s of T\ ashington a id Lincoln \rranRcnii"il« w i l l also bu c o n . plctcd for a tr'p l o I'ana for tli» m j s t e r i q f r ot Camp 63 an I eb 21 After t'io procrrim rcircshiiicnfi ivill h o «oi v o ] h v t h " a u v l l n r v j n d tlanciii? w i 1 foi ow NEWSPAPER! x- special car for Altoa where- Uie^- w i l l be a,ttcnd«!tt -the T'resentalioii ct a c h a r t e r to ttio rVlton club. PLAN ENTERTAINING OF ANSAR BAND 7 NEW STUDENTS IN NICHT SCHOOL ne«I«raion Now Vmmt -MO, Bat SOU Ocloir Flrwt Srmcatcr. Seven new Btupents vere en-rolled In the night school Monday ulgtit. There are now well over 400 registered for the second Semester but it Is apparent that the registration »-ill not reach the »l«h w a t e r . m a r k of the first semester. It Is expected that 'Hi* "registration will ibe ·omewhat lower fdr th« aecond eern- ect«r but tho Str«mely cold weather Uth part blamed for the falling ott thia year. . NEWS FROM THE SICK. Mm. · T. .H. Dowden, 700 Went .Woofi ·treet: who - ha» been seriously ill 1 .In the - . ~ - - - . -- reratur and Maeon County hospital.- t« a t l r t / M a c o n C o u n t y hospital, Jan. 2". :i cettlni alonic nicely, nnd expcol* to r e t u r n daughter. · : · ' ' hiomc -jhonly. Fa rude \» tn hold, uuct amd Dcsa.tur nicinUerc p-'ic. Ancient limn- ot Aiimr Tom- order of N"otl«! of the Mystic flhrlnc, are mak1:i« big prepnratloci! for the ojitcrtaln- mcnt of the Anaar oriental band ot Springfield on Saturday «veinr.(f t Feb. :, at th« Orlando hotel. Past Potentate Harry Page ,acl th« members ef the shrine ill van will be guests. The band Is rruwte up ot sixty m u - ilcians reeldins in SprlngfJeld ana other Central I l l i n o i s cities in the An«ar- jurisdiction. E 0 y Jones of Eemcnt !* director and Ray D. Stout of Springfield d r u m major. The or- Koni/atloa will put on a parade «t 8 o'clock t h r o u g h ta.j dowu town streets, endlcgr at the Orlando wliero a b a n q u e t and reception will be held. D u r i n g the concert by tho band, beg l n i n g at 8:00. the program will b« broadcast by raOio. TEN BANDITS ROB COCK FIGHT FANS St. Louis, Jan. 22--T«« bu41ta b*l£ u p 100 persons at a chicken f i g h t Sundaj- and took approximately $12,000 -before they were chased away after a. pistol fight. It was learned. . MARRIAGE LICENSE Vircll 131anken*hip. Decatur ....... . . '.' -If LTc-len L,. Harris, Koliomo. 111!. ..'. ..... l» Ed.«rari "W. Larrick.' Jr.. Deeat»» J-jecal Norma Baldwin. Decatnr ... ...... laga! Oliver A i b i n o Overllie, Btonlngto* ... 2« Cecilia. Newman, Moweaqwa . ...... .. . m , Iona]d Meador - 'WM -arrested da/ evening. «*jar(rrS wieh the name of Jolrn Hoolcle to «'»tieck for. thirty " ' INEWSPA'PERf ^WSPAPFR!

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