# The Decatur Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois · Page 17

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Decatur, Illinois
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Tuesday, April 1, 1924
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Page 17

Tuesday, April 1, 1924- TH,E D E C A T U R R E V I E W PAGE SEVENT Industry Seeks Greatest Amount of Efficiency Experts Say Figures Prove Highest Standardization Means (Greatest Prosperity. BY 1. C. RO\I.E (Copyright. 1924) New York, April 1.--The necessity ot getting not the most tut the best out of both machines and men, in order to meet strong present-day competition, is turning the manufacturers and business men of America to\said greater standardization and promotion of increased peisonal efficiency. Constant experiments along those lines aie being made in neaily every line. Experts in standardization declare that investigations have showed that those industueb most thoroughly standardized are the ones now enjojmg piospenty. In support of this they declare the saving b standardization in automobile inanufacturo'in Ht e\cceÂ«l $730 OUT OUR WAY By Williams tins Â« j i On the other hand m a n % le u h e r j en L! imo the \arletlcb i mvlps, s taieÂ» colors and mtvtri i ^ tn t-hooÂ«v c^p^cul^ those for MO men foi the lethftrc* w h i c h 1 Tn e i K i t J t!ottn the leather tntle M \ N V 11PES As in e\ample ot the s a v i n g \it* Â» j b U i i I n r d w i r e it Ins been sho v i tint c r c t.m is n n k l r i K T 300 % a r en Â« ii 1, 1 castÂ«.rg and that three i x ^ r uiu'i^tu-ers arc turning ou* crin r m n -\cÂ« IT t h l r t j - f o u r tjpc- f o u r 1 i i icle t h l - t ^ f i v e linnlÂ». rcliuteer Â» :"Â·, a r d C 116 \Â»netle* Taking t h f ^ c f i u t b Into consideration m a n u f a c t u r dt \ L ntiH ire ttandardlKing t l u i r Â« ( \ u f-ictones hut n l d l n s to utitid- I nr. 17 t u c l r m^us'rle* 'and promote | T i o i l l w i i l e acceptance ot Amenc-u | Â«li.i_ ticitio""; bi cc il eforto are benp mi'e tn | T\ irtl t, e T t i r c C L i c i e T C In the l i I 1 tng- c o n ^ t r j c t i o n ficlil Til* 10 iinu Â«iC bui d'ntt this s p r i n p bids f a i r t r echp-ic the tre-rcndous volume ' "ea-lÂ» 1Â«Z3 In the leadl ; cltteÂ« I.ui - t.e-irÂ«n and maKCr* of other i M i l d l n g materials are co-operating In man flardlzatlon to hold rnat-rlal cost- iloni. .irirl v i o r k l n c w i t h bulldim, tr^iUs u n i o n s T n d confacto Â» In Â·- tibl shinsr tr-Â«. nppi entice school- tilt cli w n l help r e l i e v e labor s 10 t- Â».je and stabilUe i p d i x l d u a l e f f l c ^ c n c ^ Â»nd w i g c The p o v r n m i n t '11' r l a \ c d a TTt -ilso through efforts to Incrciso c o i i b t r u c t t o n during: the ?o- cillcd ofC sensonb rui.DiNG cÂ»unst:s Over si-v h u n d r e d students n the C - r n e _ i e I n b U t u t * of l e c h n o l o p j at I-lttsbiirR i a i o tilJns courÂ«cb I n , building construc'ion and In connection w i t h t'ic UtherB and oll-er t n ' c r n a t i o n a union, the In-aitutc Ib o f f e r i n g coupes for Â«..: i r u b t u d \ It. Clucneo the C ti/cn's C o m m i t t e e Â· nd c n n t n c l o i s aro ac\eloping a huge building gride apprentice ichool j h e technical Â«itl commercial l i c h schools !n Onrxha w i l l p r o v i d e ^-btruction .n bulldlne tndes ne-ct f i I In Julias the chamber ot com , rce l raisins a f u n d of$500 Â«00 'n- n school to tram plistercra l.lambtrs and other artisans NOT O% EK-L/OOK.EP Ihc office workers and w h i t e collar m-n arc not bcins over-looked In the efforts for efficient Special attention is now being cul *d In of'lccs to the loss I n e f f i c i e n c y due to eve-strain resulting trom Improper lighting. Improper placement or Ignorance of d e f e c t i v e v i - Â· lo i Lrccutlves Â»ro hiv Ing the *ves ot their emploe-5 cxatrincd to w h e t h e r the require glasses al;o been established bv the N i t i o n i l Cointtiktce f o r t h o Prevention ot blindness th*it h i g h l y pol- i". icd f i r i i t i n e cbpec i l l y dcslxS am' t il Us i" c \ ' r e m e l v be\d for the c i c Â« Su_h f u r n i t u r e In i n i n v plants is 1 ^iriR d u l l e d or covered 1 ici ifir oC f u r n l t ' j r o also Is cominc: n l u i a t t e n t i o n and cmploe n e 1^ i tr b h i f t c d to pobitions v\ h^rÂ« tl e* c m olt-Â»in t n e be*-t l i g h t w h i l i s^ieS i ? id l u r n i t u r e not constantl 1 1 use a i c shoved i n ' o the d irkÂ«r c u n t r a Hie committee for the prÂ« v c n t i o n of blindness Is co-oieratlnt v v i li oflico mamiKcrB by f u r n l s h ' n f e co ni le o i n f o r m a t i o n n 1 g H l n g nci.d c I h o position if thÂ» clerlc.il w o r k cr and the dÂ»imrd for his services ne oemg l-uprovcd In some sec- lion 1 ; bv the fact that many j o u n g n i l a i d vvonien former' i n tr.iln- in:; for \ \ l u t o collar jobs are go ing- I i t o the tnanml e n n l o v m e n t s tl ictcd 1 v preeen' high wages Br cl IT e-s now are getting tl IZ'/i to *l "Â· in hour carpenters from -0 cciitÂ« to II 50 structural Iron w o r k e r s t o re itÂ» to JI 50 and hod c i r r l ^ r s "s high as $1 -5 an hour WIN PLANE TO BE IN Chi \i i l 1-- Campaign llter- Is Transferred to Alton, Illinois. 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I v a decision of t h f federal d i Â« ; t i i c t court ' he ^ e i d i c t \\ i-. handed down in a lÂ« st ci*;^ bi u i ^ h t h the JeCfereon His?hw i\ I n n s porUitlon co i pni y api'iist the 1111- ricipT.!H of St Cloud and i n \ o U e d the law parsed bv ( h e l-\st leplsla ture increasing t r e st ite tax on cuch coinpanlti from t\\ o ind one h ilf to ten per cent Either Last Day Rush Big Delinquency. ruscoli ^ p i i l 1--1 1.1 or's C u m t l i c o f f i c t of the D o u ^ l i s co i n t j trcis m c r ite ti t l i e c f f o e u t h i t ih" j n j - ncjus of t a x s in tins, c o i i n t v n c con Injc li \ e t \ s l o u l x Col c c t ) i I the best (\ i\ f o r i o l l e c t u n s fn-- t) f j x c a i so I n b i t I t h i d n o t bei i i bt- l i \ ns r r m n a i e d \ \ l t l i -omt r]i l o l f o i m e r \ - u Â» n lo u=: as if p,_ n !}f ire i M i i t l n t r for th las d i v en u l i l c l i t l i e * ciu possi iU piv i h t i i tl\Â«* or t h i tlicrf is (TCinjr to be i t i t n i o n r t n u s l v t i g - list o l d c l l n ) u u i t on the boo! s ^lr lkÂ»\\ ird e;i\s \ \ o i l d ^ i n t l v f\|)i.clite nuuters m Ins o l f j c e If lit I n n k s o t t h o c o u n t \ u h l c i h i \ c l i Â« t s or lo-il cÂ»tTtc n\c- ot t h e i r p n t u n s licir or 100,000 WALK AS CARMEN STRIKE S I I 1U) 1 J'T IOC C O T | c P t. f M i l lie 1 bv 1 r c M i t oC tl c T i l 1 c 111 l o t cs \\ IV C O I I 111V b e t Â« ccn r r c n lu t, V i n tlf 1 i l l 1 \ t'l \ p r i l J -- Mr i tliat . t c i l it ^ 1 n u l l rit f Â·- is i nl c en rl\ 1 o] L^ o \ n tl c Scnntin 1 i i l - j T li o npiro ** 1 nes| C i t \ aril Dn^ i In 1 1 n ci ^ complete! w i l l o u t PCU It Ins Clucaso. A p n l 1--"Jet e n r n m s s of the I l l i n o i s ^ov^er Â»nd Light Corporation Tor tie t w e l v e months ending Fob -S w e r e l ^ o O l S t j an lncrcT*Â« of 1 b'j6 SOT o\Â»r the correbpondirt period liÂ«t ear f t was announced Mondaj Gross earninss for t v d l A e months w e r e 2Â» 248 S61 the DEEDS RECORDED 10 I r c k i f t r w o n U l send in lists so that those could be tTki-n of n o w and Ret them o it ot the of the Hst feiv d i v s ru"-h CTI,. v\ T V COIH l i c t ( i s ir d mot )t m e n d n n n d \ \ T ^ Â« . n C l e ^ s e of 1 i cc l t Â« ai II' in R1LEY BABY OF NIANTIC BURIED 1101 inn). \ p r l 1 -- P n 1 1 o i f 1 1 i l i i i t he Ij 3 o c l o k "\\u\ n. mil MrÂ« ],, i l l horn J e ir n hlnc^c T r j., r rr\ \\ H Â« n n in to V "VT r more en u n d e d i t i o n 1 131 ic to 1. VA ] cN ft! ! t qi irtT 8 r i u i n t e r C HI rl h u l f \ K q u n i t e r Htul "S b q u f t i t t r N fc, qu-vrtT TO 1' 1 ORS |) M J ^ t l i i l j o v v c r to 1^ J-r blsch lot 11 block t OnKdftle nM tion SI C Good Point* to Consider Price 95 lax Exempt Features Dltutends Quarterly Kendy Marketability Offeret 6y o Sound Utility Today Is Dividend Day For the past twenty years Illinois Power and Light Corporation and its predecessor companies have always paid dividends on all Preferred Stock on the dates when due. April is one of the quarterly dividend dates for the 1 r , Preferred Stock of this Company and our thousands of Preferred share owners will receive a dividend check today. To our new stock owners, today is a day of assurance and satisfaction. They have put their money at work in an Inviting field, and it has sent them back a pay check when they expected it. To those who are not yet_numbered among our s^tock- holders, today is a very good time to send for our booklet, "Thinking of Tomorrow," because it tells how vou too may share in the quarterly dividends of this sound Utility organization. , Dividends are paid on the first of January, April, July. and October by check, the most convenient form of payment for the stockholder. You can share with our other investors--our booklet tells you how--send for it. Illinois Power and Light Corporation Make This Your Thrift Year "M rs L il i I\ ig-e-\ w ifc of Be u in in r K l p e \ of Â·} uscola w ho 1 ns T ti let ' i i r l s n t o i i l-nd | n thÂ« Klo G r i i d . . l a l l e v of Texas hai just i c c e h e d n. bas-kt t of uou cnl)ling:c \ v l i k i v i s Ki'HMi on li i pHc* Thf calm i^ ci op from v Inch t i l s V T S t n k e n \\is 1)1 iiitccl Tl o u t Ihe last of I cccml*r or 'irst d a v q ot 7 in i i v Some of t h e heads reÂ«.el\cl I ere }m\c g r o w n tc SJ2Â« ot n i n e p o u n d s In about e l v t v I \ K Tho s h i p m e n t came l\ expic 1 - nnd w a ) In excellent c o n d i t i o n =EEING IT All, V Tuscrli friend of the Rp\ P r lipi f o r m e r pastor ot the Tjscol i j V I e t h o d i s l rlnirch recsKcd n lottci from the m i n i s t e r w h o V v tli his Â» l f c Is (..leiullnp t h Â« Â« I n t n - at I^os 1 \n?eles Cal on JloncH\ Her Mr frhipp reports tint t h c v h i \ a spen" i most on)o\-ille w i n t e r a n d h i v e taken all of the m i n tri,iÂ» of I n t e r cst to stRlit kcers tn ho Ind in t h e feotitlern part of C a l i f o r n i a ui1 h a \ once d i h c n o \ c r t h e b o l d e r i n t o I l o u i o t c c i p e c i a l l v c f i t n p t o t i c Tmpcri il A i le\ i\ here In, states t b desert s n r d " b i \ p bÂ«Â»rn m n d o l i t e r n l K to blossom b\ mcfiiis of In location The} l I s K e d vt niCeivtic. n h o i " he said t i a l n l o a d s of head iLttiice spl i ach and such s t u f f are beln*r sei t out daiH 1 he vines of Ihe ctntaloupes there are just b e f t i n n l n p to bprcnd out o \ c i the pround Â«nd he was told ther t h a t by the first w/-ek In June if the crop d'd as w ell as that ot list Â·*eai C a n t a l o u p e s w o u l d he rnovlnp from that one point Rt the rate ot rom Â« e \ c n to ^cn trulnlo-ids per da\ The Shipps are l e i \ l n f f the s o u t h ern pirt of the 6*a e this ^eek for \ \ n t s o n v l l l e ncir Sin Pianclsco w h e r e the expect to spend n, few T\coks at Hie h o m e of n brother of Rev Air Shlpp and rrako several Rl(fht-sÂ«plnsr trips from there amonp tvhtch will tr a Mslt,to the big- Red- Â«ood t ccs T h e y r\pcct to arrive ack at Superior \\ ts about Jui o frst to spend the s u m m e r - w i t h fieli d a u K h t c i o Both Hey ard Mrs Shjiip are enjovlnc ptcellent health REVIVAL. 1NTEFEST. The auditorium at thn TuÂ«coln. Methodist church was w e l l f i l l e d at the r e v i v a l service Sundiy evening and the Interest In the meetings seems to he g r o w i n g Tl ev w i l l con- tlnuo at least through all of this week Mrs Xora Pownev sister fit John T Smith Ark Saturday n l n h t end remained here until Monday at the home of her brother. On Monday Mrs Downey left here for Ciptlnnntl where she goes to keep house for a Â·on. _The TuscoU offic* of the American Rallwav Express was moved Saturday Â«nJ Saturday nl^ht. from the room It has occupied ^one door east of the post office to the old VonLanken room, which Is a few doors cait of the former location and In the-same block deorice--*W McGlnnen left here Monday via the C. * E I and St Louis for Lane Kan where^he expects to locate Mrs McGlnness plans to pro to that place later With the disagreeable weather con dltlona and the dirt roads of the s\ir round In e country well night impas- l i t e r an I r f u n e l T - l w i s Tue"dT.v ano*-nlnp it 30 c t l j I J ev C cb r V p o n ^ l e i e o r u l l C t e l t l ^ ^ C l V I C C b B l l l i a l W 1 S I I I 01 R J o i n t r c i i e t Â« Â« i ~$ i n 1 All I ' c i r g o H n u p p TIK! c h l l d i o i i of P eat i- - - p ^ n t S t i n l u w i l l 1 er i n i e i r = Mt T id frs T^jnn t n d f un ' v Â· J O TT1 = r \ r P L V A \ T l e v I j i n l .1 . T I I S . I C t l l T U T I I I t i l e t s w i l l b e f e l v r n I v I h e C i n n i u n i L v J n g A school T t L i e G Â·- u\v * v g j af^ 1 ndav e v e n nt, \ p r i l I C TSI of (iliTiactcrs u c i s l i l l o v s H T r Id r t u t l c d t j e -- H o l i e r P i r c l P-uld H i l O i e t h -- F d u u d T u i n l f t "Mis T u t l i i i i - c -- '5ci n l i v P c p e H e t t v Holcomb -- Orphi, ^fock'bce I s i b f l C a i n 3 -- J C T r c U a SI-oor I l?/v Ann T u c k e r -- idele^-i Smith U v l T. 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' ,, --ALSO-- BABY PEGGY COMEDY BIJOU Starting Sunday PERMANENT POLICY VAUDEVILLE Watch for Sunday Ad B I J O U Special Augmented Orchestra AU THIS WEEK Conliiiuouis ShoH 1:00 lo 11:00 Most matioSptolaelttlM Worid Hat Em KIOWI Balcom Lower Floor ltH Plus Tux 15c PluK Tax ntla.v 2 to 5:30, 7 to !Â«Â·..Â»Â· THE AGE OF DESIRE Fox NÂ«wÂ« I0-20-30c MI^B OHÂ»rÂ« liriiii mÂ»i ftm KMPRESS A WlrHaÂ« HlÂ«rr Â·* A4'MlÂ«r* aM Ma "LOVE'S WHIRLPOOL" NMh 4MM* Kldiowl. Uto !*Â· "MINSTREL MEMOMKB" Am MANILLA Â·TU AMUUTAM \ SF4PFR1 dining rooms, bed rooms, living rooms and halls, for only$1. Choice of many patterns, ten rolls, $1. FIFTH FLOOR Paint Specials While Enamel,$1 a Qt. --Worth-Weil g l o s s white enamel is an interior finish of great beauty and durability. It dries over night with a high gloss, and is easy to apply. Special, Wednesday, $1 quart. Floor Varnish,$1 a Qt. --Worth-Weil elastic f l o o r varnish is a quick drying, high gloss finish that is very durable. Â· Suitable for all interior woodwork. Wednesday, $1 quart. 1 Gal. House Paint,$1 --Worth-Weil ready-m i x e d house paint is a guaranteed paint that comes mixed and ready to apply. It covers well, and is durable and economical. In all colors. Very special, for Wednesday, half gallon can. $1. : - FIFTH FLOOR Boys' Durable Well Made, Two-PauU WoolSuits$10 I? VERY one of these all-wool suits is made to give rt'ul service--and lots of it. They are made of good looking wool novelty cloths in light and dark shades--and both coat and pants arc full lined. I'antti are reinforced where the wear comes, and seams arc taped and double stitched. Sizes (i to 1.7. $10. --Other good looking two- pant suits are$7.95 to $18.50. More Things That School Boys Need --BoyÂ»' v percale bloust-B in light striped and chocked patterns, a^zes G to 12, 8!)c. --Boys' play shirts of plain blue chMmhray, neck Â»izon 12'/j to 14, 80c eÂ«ch, --Boys' wool cttjxi, w i t h an adjustable inside band thut will fit any head si/.e, are in jrroy and tan. Good ones at fl.25-- others$1.6'.) and $1.95. i n i id) i i.ooit In the Realm of Girls' Wear School Girls' Pretty Hats at 92.50 --Certain dainty little hats of straw, cleverly trimmed with ribbon, are in many styles. Low priced at$2.50. Other hats of straw, silk and silk with straw, in charming Spring styles, are priced $3.54) to$8.50. Girls' Taffeta Silk Dresses, $8.50 --$8.50 is a very small price for these frocks, for they arc fashioned of fine siflc taffeta in navy and brown. Mild cleverly trimmed with embroidery. In new, smart stylÂ«Â«, too. They are in sizes G to 12. School Girls* Gingham Dresses, $1.95 --Pretty collars dintinguiW these dresses of plain and checked gingham, and dome are trimmed with hand embroidery. Sizes 6 to 14,$1.93. School Girl*' Polaire Coals, $1O.OO --Charming belted and looÂ«e back coats of fine all-wool polaire in tan and grey, well made and effectively trimmed are$10, $12.50 and$18.50. tn sizes for girls 8 to 14. THIRD FLOOR Wednesfey! Pretty Cotton Lingerie Fabrics cotton fabrics especially made for underthings, may be chosen iu this iesday selling at 39c a yard-- they are 50c fabrics. In maize, pink, orchid, pale ,n and other colors. 3o inches wide. Â£2. *r 3\ iNEWSPAPLRl