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ihuraday, April 3,1924. T H E D E C A T U B R E V I E W PAGE FIFTEEN. Longer Session For Commie Players Today Few Miff Athletes in Camp After First Work at Stale? Field Wednesday. lit MOW 1KII V MILL*ND. * 1 c/ i idtl aculti became Oic *T i p t t o l (f Dccatur* \Vcdncsl iv · T u t nn.n w h e n (liiolil Irclnn p u t liU Commie l i n g e r s through t U t t r f i r s t · i l m l nC tlic lo«il »c»«uii \\ Mlo «cmo of the Lovs h a \ e been fiut foi p r e v i o u s d r i l l * In t h e i r home | t w i n a n u m l c r of them f It t i e c f - | f c i s ot th« w o r k vvli«rt 0*c aiose thin m o r n i n g M l i m n e r l i c l n vlldn I setm to inim) a b o u t II it -unl ordered tti«K. i t h l o t e - j rut lor R K . « « I t n expected u_l i--t f i o n i Iv In fj clock u n t i l U N O or niree I n t h e A f t e r n o o n \ h u l l t h r o w i n g *or tlie fllne-cr* * i t h p l e n t v of b a t i n g ami -x · i i *'ovind tli* Imncimtrv ba^cs \v 01 c tl c lilgli sputs t i tlie d r i l l W c d n c s d a v , 1 \ N S ON H \ N D M u 1 * j o T n c v t o u s f t n n o u n c c n c n t -id »·· n imOe ot the outdoor i h ' l l i 7 u n i b r of f a n s J o u r n o c j out to ta."v J-teld to h a v s t h e i r fir 1 -* alim|*-e. of T h e n e w men oil riecU n n d to pi ret. tli« v c i s from last 1 cai s c h i i n i b I n l t i n Wasen. MeColllstcr. S e n i o r ^VelN ami b u t t e r all took R hand* In VnMntr "over a few for tlie t ^ v s to James W. Montgomery Republican Candidate for STATES ATTORNEY Primary April 8, 1924. B A I T -- FOR -B U G S Born and raised in Decatur, age 46, mariied, four-children | uon* cons cured i in School. i s t ti of 0 i m e ami gal op ana Mr Spaldlnjj *as ret tint? i T n_rf\ i t U e o\ei tlic turf for ae%- ci U l i o u r s Tl c old batting casre was P t a p p e d up Oo\v n near the end of the r l p h t flcUl f o u l line «s tho diimonc. i m no condition to be used at tlilb t i n o l i t - in KcllUicr Kigrsbv. TViscni Ivct^c i ick, 1'inff u u d McColtifltpr \ \ « if M i n n ? iht l u l l ItarJ for tlic f ir--t iMiic on I I r ^ l a n nnd KclUher u t - i e t h e o n h s t r n r gers to tho fans b u t tl r*\ soon opened tlid** £ e^ w i t h b j lie c o r k i n g d r u e s lo all tlio fields \ V h i l o it ^as almost impossible foi tl o f u s to piss jutlcmcnt on a n \ cf tlio new itriliies the\ u#re hn pro*.rd w illi the sue oC lie f l i n ^ t i s i.,ncl I \ li^el in 1 r u i K l i n Fort one o' the latest In r u n ] ) 3s i f i n e l o o k i n g specimen ind llu s o u * h n t\% l* e\peotetl to p U « sonic tino i n,«?ii* J i t t l « to s t i j on t\}f or it c l u l lie n, t1 \ \ c l l ^ the C i l u t r n i a I t u r l o r bhow ed the car- n n.1 s f f K I J J U O c x p e t l c n c e luit *- n l c r H o f i n-ui ninl Sutler also c t i n t i \ f i inicli f u n r a b t o cnn m" il 1 he p t c h i n p R t i r r is the o n l y pirl ot t i e ^ o n m i i e m t c l u n e in huh v ill ' o lu l c i b t f ^ r home t u n o TS t h e c \ cl u ^ «lpp it t iiciit i n n e r \ \ n r l s iiut ot * eld dot t need m\ * Ulio n s \\ he i t i l of tl c nitn sirJiitd tut n Jt r x r r r r oiiu f rr vu n^ Otl ^r p l t \ e i s i r e r \ i e led i dm- iitr t i c \\ ecU J 1 in \ L t a n t i^ due t e d \ or I u d T \ ^ l u l o ^ a sh a n o t h i _ r s h o r t s t o p c i n d j J v * c , l i i s \ * l t e l Uini'-ci T i « . l i n cliit lie w I I I report lu.ro Su id t i loon iton Ins homo in \j i ci 1 v A r o n l i \ l i e p i t i t n n j o u t v o f th*» MIL \ i l l i ^ on ( U c l .ind \1 J u i - h mi \ II no (.!" i l i t lia\ c t 10 g r o u n d s n M n p c c o t n c ic^ti ir J t i f i e U l w o r k - m SLT.I cd \l h i s i I t i 1 lot 0 i h i s i mds n.r mo*.c o t h e b i c bri'-s li s bee i i 1 STOCK ILLINOIS' RIVERS WITH FISH ^, t n s f i c U l \ p t \ u -- Gallic tl o n?cst i i u p c i i i o of v v i i c l Hi bns^ i , ^ r i n p il = t r i l n fd in 1 'inoii. t, o-in - i i v m n ul J l cs vv ho-jc c o n u l t i ' i s ns in m t j r a l fcctl Ins t-rci n.i« \ e i r - t i o i i K l U n t i l , imi vt itcr r -, i t i p o i n i i t lie r p l a n t n-, accordi iir o Stic/ 1 t a i n " a itl I iM \ \ a r d e n A\ Ulitm T fcti tton Tlio f i = l i nr.iv l e i u r d i s r i l u i t c l Mr S t r i t t o i i said are t h e l-r m o tv p fisli l o t b i i c c l l n ^ r ) t i icf-ca a i d | V v c i q h b e ^ v v c c i t n o i n d f o u r iiound- and j -omo t-\scs, f i c i i j t n d s P u b - lic ".crcims, 1 il ·= Tnd co i n t r j c l u b s v 1 crd t h e iiu ilit. J i i s access to t I A C l a i m s s i o u n c s l i e tlio o i l v lora- t n e s tie tliv i f K h A t o r e U i n n K r n l c C.vlbert i TS licurt b r o K o n Hst nl^,ht \ \ h o u he IP irned tliit the f ommlcs M ere out b'u InpUij? it Mi SpaldniRT 1C t l i c i e ti iuntnlns; l l k e a bettet tji in battlig batt ne It is moic ^ e nc ni i I v i r o n s i u l t o l e t'i fistr.--t ni i i 111 ba'-fball \^i I c t n urn chased 1 \ tlic l--looiners f r t n i tht \ t r n u n c l u l ot tlu Coast L u a s u e \Ve v ill a d m i t th it \ e i n o Is iuri f a s t b u t a * ) U n r i lus=bs s x * " cm t Veal f i r s t b i=e Bloomlngton school agreo to IH demands and bar freshmen then certainly M l l l l k l n has to «sk tlio other schools to bar freshmen a lit* Wesleyan and the other schools are not likely to do. Suppose the I T A. C schools nhlch are bat- t l i n g Knoz and Mllllkln on the freshmen rule should pass a~rule requlr- Ine schools irj_th« I, I A. C. to choose between tho 1 I A C and the Mid West What then Can M l l l l k l n a f f o r d to llt-ow up Its membership in the T I \- C i\lien most all tli« naturil n \ a l s aro mem- bprs of t h i n organisation' Can M i l l l - l.m for the sake of the freshmen tn!e K l \ e ui athletic contcstn \ \ i t h the (schools t h a t lia\a made a t h l e t i c s D i \ - In the pist Is the M l l l l k l n atli- Ictic t r c i i u r v In such f i n e shape tint !· docs not reed ths sister collcees in Illinois but cnn travel to Mlnne- jt i Wisconsin l o w n n n d tlie like n ^ c l l as b i l n e teams f r o m those schools here Dip P I ! T a t u n i t i c l i H u n g a i«a tlon of tlic I luce HM. I^eacuo in 192 w h e n T r i r e H luto won tlic p c n n a r t U l lnv.n K i g n c a 1 v DHII O L c a r v f i r his Hint cluh n.tn ought to Unov\ j u s t vvliat 1 i ul of a HHtor Lill i' T U u m i t p i i t c d in T r r l a Tti"Mliv along Mtli Uic f t t l u w i i p --·-."" G l e n I l u n a i K t r oC J ·xn'-iiiK llonsor HVes ot Hctroit 1 vr 1'iul Sh 1 l i n t lit J l t l f l l t«(.ll 1 1 C 1 1 If the s i t u a t i o n as It now stand* is h a i d for a n v one to figure out t h e n "no have made *v great mistake Some ono nas said that M i l l l K I n doesn't need these schools that - w o n t i«rce to the freshmen rule Ma* he t h a t I* the case but oilj tlno TV ill i n s v v c r t h a t Wesleyan to Play Freshmen Athletes Bloomlngton, I I I , April 3 -Illinois Weale'.an will vote against tho passage of a freshman rule In the state college conference. It was decided at a meeting ot tlie athletic board ot control In President David-son s office at the university Wednesday afternoon The proposition was discussed pro and con, at »onie length, and considered from cv erv angle, but the vote was practically unanimous against Jt *" Members of the athletic council do not fetl that \ \ e s l e j a n Is a» yet ready for this measure Mce-prcsldent Wilbcrt Ferg"son and AthJetlc Director C 12 Cartw right were chosen to represent W«slc\an at Saturday s meeting at Peorla MOVIE HERO! NO! CHAMPION MS LIES IN mm Midi I cl lc b 11 I.c L a f U i t j \V Itl C r o n n l f M Itor r h ' t i"iJ 3u n l i U r o t t of Ohio t h i s "ciion tn i r b c b u l o u t l i e cli · ) h c 1 v i n s v i le i ·x i cvv »u K n» ii"- f ii · of tliit n t v 1 i v i I 1L.1 O U t l S !· t l l f t t C l LK v\ cv ( r III* 1 ciiit ""I l i n b a b l v c o n t i n u e t o use t'.e mme 1 M«S r j c k t u t r ^ a lori^- 11 liothT « i 'i a ' " l-o\ -^1^ '1 'ts 1 lo« II u i t s 'i l i e been ··lioi t is t e a All Oil w e ' l n i l s w o i r v a l j f u t t i e rrc*Unmii r u l e v v h f n tnose Commies arc In t o u n ard surtire n. dru e to R V C DPC i t u i j n o t h o r proocl b-i«eha 1 tc u i 1 ' c i h i n i we l i i \ i w n l t m too ii. i i h i u t t h o f i c = i m o n nilc b u t p v e r v li le ..hat vvi! » r t i u u v a* ii nil e f f o t t In h u i l l i ) "Mil I I in i t h i c l ics i i t h c r thin t e a r t'lem dow'n V u ^ l M S.rii I* R o i n p r to n c e t 1 ob p i t K n u n e r n n n n of T o n e ^ t in Ui- next show of the Ilcginicnnl Hett! c i u t r t c i s con pan v 1C l* caulcd m x.t Y; edi csd-iv n 6 it i h U f c a M i ) 'cr 11 i t i a K i n g - i r . M « i n e - 3 t to c h i n - ' 1 i i d s i v uiit v l l l I c b i s t u r l i v o s l u t t n i i i i n - , i i,\l b o a t fo 1 " To 1 l\ 1 U " T hi I I I I le 1 '" P u n i l l c In ^ U i h u r \ i i t le 1 is , r l e i i 1 ( A , L C fo- J it t* i "Oil h IH 1 1 m J , t i n \ c t s \t n u t m i ^ t i i ^ c i 1 U«u w s ,,ooi Pol - ^ i L i 1 S s r i n g f j o t l n U I i ict r . in r\ ot M i l l i ^ H -'\\ ianc-l i i" 1( nn i iJ h ttl 1 . men ou pr-ctt t- l i ^ l ' mi " Kl ' I ino«t cl tl e v v i r k o \ n o ' , , 1 1 ucVlv Mi v v v n l l v l u l c ( l l tl · 1 rl til · ni nn 11 1 c i C o i n i o i b w e e .u"o o i l u cri\ e i I 11 Hei 0 \ L l a t i l l w i t ' i the L. 001 it i s o . « \ i l i f n s i; i a I-, l f \\ i\ t i r \ K"t exr t r O l \\ l l - i t l t !;£ h O U L 1 1 1 ^t 1^01 1** Member of Fust Baptist Church. Pft Master ot Macon Lodge No. 8. A. F. A. M. and Past Grand Lecturer. Member of Eastern Star; Grotto; Knights of P.vthias; Odd Fellows ; Modern Woodmen; Woodmen of the World; Decatur Bar Association; Parent-Teacher's Association and Warreu School Fathers' Club. Hold Honorai'y Card in Coremakeis' Branch Iron Molder'd Union. ' Admitted to Bar 1903: Justice of the Peace 1905 to 1909; 2nd Asst. States' Attoiney, 1912 to 1918; Commissioner of Accounts and Finances, 1919 to 1923. If elected, I \\ill co-opeiate vith all who uphold the law; will exercise the \igilancc and initiative which should characterize a States' Attorney; will tieat you with courtesy and consideration when you come to see me on any subject; and will ha\e assistants who will observe these policies. ^ I will be grateful for your help. I will repay you by a clean, vigorous administration, which will be a credit to our county. 100 cai«t oC \ i t i o i s tv PCS h i v e re-idv been ui-,ti ibutcd, he added ' i - . f t ' ' |e r v U t i r n lo- r n h lool - J " ' I, ,. «u,l t i l l tl- ^f H '" f*c« ^ ^^ r\\n 1 M i l e A M I I t i us p c i n Is i, t s U i c d u l a f o o t b a l l 4.1" « - ' \ f t e i r pc - U i IU l u t V ' I ' n en 1,, 01 luiiiil I il on" lie lie'-t Int. M i l t k i l t i c u l t v conic. H I V ' schools onpj'si.il «' - «- 1 ' 1 - 1 t,ui f l C ' I i U s i foiUUr t . i.iv nn t h e Uini. i 11 le tl l o w nip l.f\v i« 1 I ' o O i " judos I l i t e c t i n ^^ ^ i ^ i k v « t i n ( l u m i i o u s 1"? ·iml t r i o d to p il l i n n l i . c k h to (.lit i n i R c 111*11:; «· m it f ir r i m o r ^ he fiui 1 - mil ca l it_ il i l e b u k e s of i l i 3 r c l c r . L k-^ I t i t n l t h l H e li^cu^ioi b 0 no t ' b o misrule 11 it I i l l v fc n ili\\ in \ i i i s n r of Cli tn HK.li . C o v v i s I C I . I I T I C l i n c l v c d I n 1 1 n l u r o i n o ' \ Hi lli«; Honor Miv i l^icl Lv I f ' l s p ^ c t i t o i ^ \ \ l t n c « s i n i ; Hi" -in t r u v c i s Ulirv c u i l l l Lt l i f i r I t f o - ti p i e i t t r i t e ) - i i ^ 2 t o (l«foiul tlic M i v 11 -inl sevt.'-il liusil' · \\trf h n l o l T t Sir%«in r-l t a l i m p e d u p ·MX! v\-iv eel l u IK I li tcL t-i i t s s a " Biuineis, Bridge and 500 Are Feature*. Pina A p r i l : -- The Dlks 1 Lsdies' a u \ I l l a i v met at U e club rooms Wednesday afternoon at one o clock Tlie a f f a i r w a s an Easter luncheon A delicious t w o - c o u i s e luncheon « a s served t ollow uiff the l u n c h e o n the business m e e t i n j j n a s held and this w a s f o l ' o u e d b\ an a f t e r n o o n of bridge a n d f i v e hundred T h e f a v o r s and tallies w e r e In the for n of candy faster es~Br* 'ilie hostesses for the afternoon w e r e \rebdanies Mjrlle R r i c r h g ; O J A u s t i n Hazel Austin. Anna Barnctt, P e a i l B a l d w i n Jan- ctte Baldivii A l e e C O T I I O I S M a r j Hla.i- Louis Boc'il Hnz.nl Bolton C f o t n l j s Fred Mait'll Letli" S l ^(e^^ K l r c h c r ind JIUs H a i r l e t t Beckcniiclmer llic ne v o ' t i c c i s of the ^ ^ a r w e r e t i charge at tl is nicetlrK 1 ley are Presiilmt, M i s Clem T-«w s \ lc presiilen* Mrs C i i r l t s ' U i l ^ o n , le cording- secret » t v Mrs M a r t i n S«ilei c o r r e s p o n d i n g tccic-tarv, Irs f -a S m i t h treasuier, Mrs Caailes Do v n s ST \NDI\Cc COM^nTITL 0 t h e f o l c i n i n f r ' n v 1 PC i . i p p o i n t e l i s t 10 ·-taiuli g co nn ittces f o i tn i e u Socia --All C i i f f Ci 1 ^ \ ci T i r n an ^ c d i m c ^ 1 va. ^ t i n i n lj i P c n v v e l l F r x n k Dow r s P a i l a i i TK i - dersoti G i a 1 \ s Preihs C i l l / l t l i m n \ti.itini?--Mr= T e r e s a M c K o v v n c h a l . m i l MesJat le^ T i n n i a K i - put- i civ T\ 111 Vcf-iss irt L o s i ) C.I Ii li Oi n.e C r l u \ M e i b e i s h i p -- " V f i ^ 1 , \ \ r e i c e Foroes rlilinn 11 M ^ l i t r e s \\ il*rt How i : ] ^. Comos. \S iltc Scnn Billet N o l l e Corn an 1 I n inu.--Mi- ^r t i e l n . i l n ? r n ir lu i M.s l i n rs 1 i d " ' l i r t i n Jj'U e snoiii ^ v i i Ivl c I L ! lla/ i To! o i _ _ C n l t ^ -- M i = A F a i j S u v r i i / i i i i \ I nun Ale*, inics D e l 1 i L v n n c He=b e Pii. In u o i c n c G i l b e i t 1 tto. White, Pauline Kirkpatrlck, 'onlan BRECN FUVEP.AL TniD\Y / T'io f u n e r a l «crvlce« for 11« lal" James Breen r/lll bo held Prldiy morning at n i n e o'clock at tli« St Patrick* Sliurch, n i t n P«v. Father J P Moroney ofnclatlne at high requiem mne Interment TV ill be made at the Calvary cemetery. Rev- Patlier William B Wlielan l e f t on Wednesday for Springfield to call upon T.ight Reverend James Griffin, bl«hop of tiie Sprlnsfleld diocese. Roman Catholic church, before proceeding to Alton. Ill w h e r e lie has been called as assistant rector to y\e SS Pcter'and Paul cathedral. A short f a r e w e l l a f f a i r v v a » held at the Community 1-ouse far Tatlicr W h c l t n Tuesdav e v e n i n g Mr end Mr= Gco'ge Dow pi! o" Sheldon. Ill are In this city \ l t i t i n s their son, Dr E 1* Don ell and fam- llv L n t i l hK jears a ^ t h e Dovvells vvera lesideiits of this cilj and t h e v h a v e m a n y f r i e n d s here MRPLAM, C » M P V 1 G V \ cairpalsi aii-plinc, distri udns l l t e i a t u r e In the Interest of fctephci V. Das, Repulihcai candidate for «t- t o r n e j cencra) will a n l v e In tnl» tour oJ tho «Ulc Th« pl»oe her* U plan* No 2 ·«!' 'iom Roodhouse, leaving for field to Chicago Albert Chatham, former r««!4««t of thli city and a w«ll-l«nown een«»ttor on the IlllnoU Central, -»Hb *. rn" throush P«na on th« 6pr1n»n«ld division, has retired on · pension «ft«r twenty-mo years of ·«rvlc«- t«; cently Mr and Mrs. Chs-tham r»m«v«I to Clinton. T. here they t h e i r homo In tlie f u t u i c 111 c l t j llda The plane w i t h t w o oth- a b o u l ) ( j c i s left Chicago Wednesday lor a FIVE MILLION HAVE MALARIA IN RUSSIA Ip«cot April S--(*T--Tn« «pr«r« »C m« I ' % n RUSH" nol«t ««rlw.«lr to* the flm Urn* · vemr ago «nd *e«mlficl* n n -itlcrmalh of tli« «rr»«t fatnln* cortlnt.»« According lo th» f»der«l 0»p»rlm»«t «r month* of J12S numbcrtil 4 8ST 000 ··« I« .corned certain that tin annual ictal »»u.J elC"ert 6000000 This malaria Is ot Die tropical »7P» !·«· lr~ In it" effects ana app«r«nvlr ram« in i.v* war of th« Perilan frontier Th« nn larl» mo«niitoe» found p»rf»ct br»«oln »put« In th» bn'-k* liters ·"* ·l«ugll« Hie groat southern rlv»r» ami In th« ·"'"! land «ri fc which torn* sections at mu»»l" jT«. r . i* M i l l ' i V l t h s it 8 i i « s = c'i dtilcd v i t f l l l m o i - C o l e t t e Au ^ i H t i n a E a s t o i N j i n i I , J T ull i i id St "\ n o\ i l 1 n o v \ n to be op inscil to th f i o ^ h n u i i ml" It M l l l l Uin c»n e n l v ])lay W . s l o a n If t h e \ M O M O t, 111IM *^i s ' l l * - l i e s n u t a nio\ e « l i n » [ \ r h tin i un n i u t o r i vc i ·So ill \ i u e i l i - i He « is 1) , t Ho do\\ n t h c i c r out 01 it Pu th is v i L h f 11 i 0111 h e i n * c ' n n i SCHISSLER ACCEPTS OREGON AGGIE POST 01 Se iKslu Lombll d r p t u i t i o n to icee IL tl c O c, on tt ite i t C o i \ i l l i Oi " t i n h t s \\ i t ic M-r 1 "--I u ' T .of .Ulikt c-3 u Ins i " , f , n t . i h ·X '-111 j l It po'-t · f- icu lunl cnoil li -.sic s f m i t i l I I t n o K L lift i » nci ld Anywhere--^Any Time x - THAN OUR f Vans--Trucks--Drays 1 Efficient, Coorteoos Men T When Yon CaU MAIN 205--206 Y*« Get The test--W« Recommend it ·*.« Know lo« Will Like It-- OF COURSE ITS Kl^kMulsUilk ^FM^u^^^^a n«sk IHHB^H^^H ^IIHl^^EB VlVL 320-350 East Cerro Gordo ALWAYS! · -\l u v olJ i l i l l I n itli tc" inJ PC T t i i f 11 « vv 1 o vv ell r.i i n I er Hai 1 c n ' I l n ] T u t v l n l t p l u i i i K v v i i l i lilooni i n.t-01! J l i c H -xnd W e s l e j T i i w i l l | icjtl v v l t h I C K "t II « n i t i ^ c ot! h i b ac-uli ^\ ed icsdii i n t l i t at U'oonilni, ton Pr Hart 'vv s - t i l c l e n ^ i t u i t l i v r r o r n m t r v\ U lo p o i f . i i ne, i n opei t- t i o i ^ i i l p u nmon a tlevclopol P spite the c ' f o r t s ot ·niecnlH-s f r o m Chicsgo and m in P l o o m i n g t o n dec l o t s h i 3 l i f ^ w a s n o t spared i n i t WT c T p t a m of t h o 191" "\\ci- I c v n n tcnm w h i c h M I l l I M n d e C t^tl In the bJg: KMiie *^f the t o u r n a m e n t at Urucllrv 27 to 1C fcmie t-iKlns I P his p i a c f i c c In 1^1 o n i n i R t o n Pi T t i i l 'n- acted ns t i A i n ^ i for t h e Sluth odi c t a t h l e t i c t^am«: lo«rn V f f p r Com h. DiMawue O A n 1 r -- i _ e u i r Cau'hi"r dlrecto- r C n t h l e t i c i f Ohio W e s l c v a n i m n c r ^ i t v 1 ere .1 t h e rcrniest » f a t h l e t i c o T f i ^ i ils of t h e L n i v e r s l t y o f l o v \ a l e f t f o r I o w a j C l t v Wcilnefid i\ li c o n f e r w i t h t h e i tomorrow J l o w a u l T ui"* f - i o t i i i l t coach, i c c e n t l j l e s i g n o d ii s PCS tioi hcte skct hi t ! t 1* t H tl 1 (,(, V c 11 ^ I i l l a n d IIT- I i l l I I i,-, i ho ir ^ Tt s M K C ^coi L bud i is n i 1 b n i i n o u i L c t HOBOES FIGHT SHY OF GOTHAM NOW mm n^ Yo I t i« f f i \ o t 1r \| 1-- (· | - h II I i 3 H l e CM n t i I HK 11 ·- d \ U s of Nc \ \ ell? Hi. ip l \ u e l f a r o loLletlos of T Inusee o the B o u t i v t n j oUiT h \ u n t s or l. 10 fieniis bcTa o u t tKe lenicn llu J U h o C t l l o i c I nc 1 i n n J - a ^ 1 l o s t \ f i r ihosp uf Hi" ro ing na u M 111 r n 10 tlio pultl c l u t l t n o p i t ' i j c i i n o b ist tl o 10 uuli It used to ] n i«on* i c * \ - n - n l fol th? c i o ln£ enr- c t oC tlio ti n (. nro Ih i he c n i o Kn i j - ^ r SIKCC " t u l l \ niect 1 jth tho (k"n i tU ot }i ·» coi srkiKC l J those of NL v lork C M t \ e i « To the women voters of Macon County, Illinois: One of the Women's clubs of this city asked what I would advise in cases of delinquency and dependency, and I said to them: "In the cases of delinquent girls, I would investigate the cause, and if I found any man tearing down the virtue of a good woman or destroying the virtue of a young girl, or causing her to become a delinquent, I would remove the cause by putting that man in jail, irrespective of his wealth, social or political standing; and in the cases of delinquent boys, I would investigate the cause of each delinquency, and then strike hard at that cause, whatever it might be." This is my policy. If you agree with me, mark an X in the square before my name on Tuesday, April 8, 1924. James A. Henson Republican Candidate For STATE'S ATTORNEY 1 rnf f lc % Inlatlonn. "U iv le D i i K u t t e salcsii in iv is I f i n e d $1! -11 In J u s t i c e D i c k i n s o n I Hun «d iv n i o i n l n f f for E D e u i l I n g 1 M le **A t. i t h r r f o i d chirped w i ' * i p u k u i o o v c i tn 10 i n tho c o n c ^ t e l i l i s t r i t , M a b f i n e d $ C l j b v J u s t i c e Driving a Ford? If you drive a Ford, we have just the battery for you! A genuine Willard at a remarkably low price-- built right up (p Willard standards and without an equal for value. If you want a still better battery, there's a Wiliard All-Rubber Battery, built especially for Ford service and containing not one bit of wood. It's a bear for wear -- there's none can touch it. $OQ-50 We repair and carry makes of genuine parts for all Generators and Starters Batteries charged in six to eight hoars. Decatur Battery Service S13 East Main Street. INC. Decatur, III Vcvclties-Place Cards-Favor* -Easter Decora* tious. Beautiful Pictures for EASTER See our fin* stlectlon of Fr«««t4 1'iclures, excellent as gifts »t EsJter- f» w » re y° Br «' ub «- BrlBf them -- let ua condition then. TIME? llMt EVERYTHING IN SPORTING GOODS Suits. Hand Balls. Tennla the Baseball JH«je_r._ and Golf Supplies. E»erthlnj for -C" MORROW FIRST C. A. Morrow Art Shop 112 East Prairie St. WE FRAME PICTURES Quality Is Remembered and Appreciated Rapid Auto Delh ery M. 216 A L Decatur's Largest md most "omplele Prescription Depl. VALUES THAT TEACH LESSONS IN ECONOMY Its Time for Spring CLEAN UP n ill A Dollar's Worth o( Screen Paint sav e $ r 00 M orth or Screen Pt. 45c; Qt. 60c. Cnrmote, Read} to Lse Stains and Varnish 20 Different Shades '/i Pints ........... 50c Pints ............. 85c Quarts ........... $1. AUo complete assortment of linoleum. Stove nnd Bath Tub Enamels. SPONGES Large, well cleaned, fine for mshmg windows, car, nood- troiK, etc Cut CHAMOIS Soft, Flexible, 50c to $2.50 Dormant Sprays Well Trimmed Rubberset PAINT BRUSHES 40ellp An Excellent Spring Tonic · and Regulator Dr. Thatoher's l^iver and Blood Syrup $1 For tired, aching feet caused from weak arches Jongs ARCH BRACES $1.00 Colorite Kayso Spiay Spreader and ad- hesi\e causes the drops to lun together and thus cover your entire tree with poison. PRICES IVi Ib *0c 10 Ib $2.30 Remember! W e have a Urge stock of sprsvu. Literature (ladly mil!ed on request. EASTER Spring Toilet Creams t purpose cream, · dellf htfol creation of four creams in one. JOc and 75c. Excellent skin bleacher and softener DYES 5c Make funny picture*, birds, animals; exquisite marbled and plain effects Protect Your Hands! Rubber Cloves Priced Nymp j, 50c Daisy j. .We Laurel ..^.. .*. .7$e Non-P.rel Sl.OO Wearever » doi. lOe Ktmmtr't BATH SOAP lo s» at 1AiV t ban . . IOC VAMTT FAIB SOAP Hollnc. a^septtc. keaotlryia*. eat price tin Kt CAB1UC BOAT Three ·an · Hw or CHOCOtATES of the Bur BM Co, St Loaft. ·r* now ·kUlaabl* la" Dcca- tur. A mo»t delict*** aisort- ateat of caadlea i* arery box. tatr«d*ct*r7 price*-- 83c, $1.48, $1.65, $2.76 We PALMOUVE 8BAMPOO F R E E with each porehne. Vato ·*· vantaf* ot (111* *f*cs*l *ff«r and stock op om So*p aad Shuspoo. SPAPFRf SPAPFRf

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