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Sunday Morning, April 6, 192-l.r T H E D E C A T U R R E V I E W PAGE SEVEN. Th9 Ptopt* Enroute April « 14. 1 i l l i .t Kcvte'w May 1 aik for » U n t o sjMt* In your neat laaue A* 1 · Ish to expres* my pleasure «t tl i i . l u l l * "( Ih* late township election l l u l 1 r. ml front th« clipping* for- «.irlul In me I ileslr* to extend coiiKiatulatlona 10 the ladle* who tint* been recint'y cl«cted to ser\e · tli" board of supervisor* I feel · urc Hi"I their election to tn* board v 111 nieuii nnuh for th« people ot De- « - c t u r H » l l l certainly mean fiat I'u-io ladle* will not appoint men to · · · i \ u *s grand Juror* who are tin- u * i i a u l * cltlseni It I* a pleasure t ni« to know that th* women rot- · k of Pecatur are coming Into their « v t and 1 look forward to ***lng a r tuber ot them **rv* In oth*r of- r i , ^ In th* city and county. I w l i h th«m much aucoe** a r f l · "·.ur* tuem tli* support «f my f a m I \ ·· long aa they work and vota la th* Intercut ot th* psopl* of Dcca- t u r and Macon county, regardless ot r « r t y affiliation* ALEX VAN in Wa»fcinfton. Taggart Launches Boom For Senator Ralston, Indiana Continued from Paffo 1) Th* swnat* finance commute* was Miahl* tn compUl* constderat'on of th» r » \ e n i i e b i l l and postponed f l u n l %r on t n i l l next week F r P o h e n y »as granted *n Indc'- !· i « l*l«r In 111* requested appear. | · n r « b e f f r * the senate oil r o m m f ' t e e far f j n « « U o n l n p on campaign contrl T It* PaviKlitrl f *omm!tt«« w i* I n r»r««.s i m t p l a n * » e r « m ft tie to to I n t o th* |U**(ton cf · n t t - t r t i « t t a w r n f irrf m « n t M' th* !*partTn*nt of j i ^ - «U*t1 t h e c ^ ^ l · i l t u i i ' l - t f i l l t c o r p o r a l l o n t o u ulT t i l « « i l h l \ \ f H A T fliiain.* c o r . K r ^ - t U m Ui*» f M r n s i i m o f c r r d t t s lo n c r * h - · (··torn w h c i t f c i o \ \ o r s M b * * l i o u v « i i v f * 1 * n i O ' n t b u t s f i n i t»i *»t» ad »l*«tl a i c * u h j ( . l o n to f ' r j n i t ' of t i n p i o v ^ i n c n * ^\ ( r k on t i n M K s i - ^ l p p l r l \ e r f i o n i t l « M t * * i i t · I p f i l t i \ t *· c o m m i s s i o n to the p f c r c I r \ of » » i r c p r r * i c n t a t U *· of » c \ c " » l f.irm or · 4 i i l m U HI* d**clar^tl I n «n open lf*t- t # r t l t n t c o n t i n u a t i o n ^f «ti1"a\or«bl* u i i d h l o n i en A t n ^ r U a n f a r m * t\ o ild s e « t . i t I n a *en*ral * d * p o r t a l i o n of campaign \\ou1d lia\« to do all the duMins: out on the etunip Mr. Cool- ldK« lias the advantage In \Vft3lilng- ton of l l x l i f f n l t h i n th« uliadow of two of the, (cr«at rid'o broadca^ttnR s»ta Lions of Hie east Th» Democratic r o n i l n o c If b« do««n t traxe! n II 1 h a v e to l i a ^ e «r,ual facilities proxldcd f o r h i m SMITH scrponr IT?r« Is « h f i e t h e Bupportc^a of G o v « i u o r M Sni th corre In Th«v sa l l i a t rot o n ' \ 1^ X«w York a center of radio broadcasting, but tho- -cit\ Itself--a democratic ?nun.clpalU--i*- erectlnjc aa ^Mretnelj- p o w e r f u l «(R- tlon all f o r Knelt a n d " A l * u n q u c s - tlonabH cou d u«« It free D V 1 I * AN'D K V T S T O N * Th? f o r m a l e n t r x - of Senator Halston l " t o the Dcmocrritic rice o c o u r r e d on t h e anic' d a x t h a t G o \ c n o r J o r i - t h i n M O \ n of Kansas, *a« h r o n p i t f o i vv *u f\ bx the l)«.nioci its of h i s s ( t t e f o r t h e p r e s i d e itlal n o m l - m t i o i Tiip H u n c h i n g of t l i e t n n boons on th« n a m e d i \ m a v h i \ e l » e p n moro t h a n * c o i n c i d e n c e for out here t h e r e hm 1*e(*n t a l k f T x v p c k * o* p u t t i n g in t h e f l M d a tl ^t 1 failed b\ Senator Uals'.or \x t h G o v e r n o r D i v t « I n scc- oml v H f f Tot ' n\*i\ ire iop:irlod na i ^ n t \ o l f - p t - t t e t s G ^ v c r n t i r Pa\ Is U p i r l i c i l i i U «Tro"sr w i t h t h e fi"m crs o' t \t x \ r s t a n d h s boom Ins n o o t l i i n n*»r» f i \ o r i t e s o n ? f n t t r n r r t bf i l n d H ON P i : M O C I v \ J 1C T 1 \U1^ T i a ^ c l n i K t h i o n c h t l e cei t'-ftl « e * t nn f i n d * t h e p o l i t i c a l » n t « i c ^ t o f t h e m i i i r v Is c en tot od n t t b U t u n e n l n o ^ t M l o l l y u p o n t h e D e i n o c i a t l ^ I * i r t v I * t s acte Jt^d » x c r \ \ \ h c r o ns i f n n _ ; r o n » cc n c h i s l j n t h a t M r Cool l l t o u i l l i^ m n i r i ' X p»l -it C l o x c l * n d I lift Druid, i l i c ' I p h t n t N c \ v Y n r k Is o t l t o b o n e t l u u c eKe a ( t i l l Thf 1 f o - n i a l e' t r l r ^ fo- die l c M a r t t a o n S q m r o * a do i 1 n t d l ^ i p tl is f i r a i e G O I N G S O M E By Berion Braley I I eicry morning when 5011 rue ^ ou \lc\v the world w i t h friend!} cjcs, And if each day jou do our work And do not dodge or slack or shirk, I T (Ins da's job is f u l l y done Hefore tomorrow has begun, And \ou can say w i t h truth slnccie, "Mj work-bench-- or my desk -- is ileai". I F, whether things go well or ill, You greet the world with right good will, And ne\er take out on .tour wife Ihc grouch 5011 sometimes hate on life; I F jou can ·i.i\cly stand the gaff, Look in the face of fate and laugh Whether the luck be good or bum, Why, then iHI top, jou're Going Sonic 1 And I c«n tell t o u frank and free ^ou sure will have it o\cr me Co|nnght, 1924, XC\ Scrmc, Inc PHILIPPINES GAIN OVERSEAS COMMERCE \(«nll«. -- Tj-- Th« (-!(»| foreign «nl d" r * » i i 2 tr»rt» of Urn t t i t h . r l n * J t U r d * 'or 1 i^t »mmmt*rt to f?0* 'M 7TT, omi».ir»(] r. i h 91?T»i»C f o r i h « p r " . l o m ^«- « n VT it* cif |32 TTI TO I Lh» b u - e a j jf cu« ^ ·· r*port n« »«i 011« fop 1021 nmounUd to $12l- t , *·« mn\ th» l i n p ) r t » to | S 7 ~ v ~ t ; · h o v v i n a fc tjfttAiic* of trttU in f a v o r o* t t i I h i If 11nc« of f3J ft'*a .'49 1 li« c u M o n t p rf-Or»l« ahnw t h « * J u r l n t c !·«_. th* prlc« of ·uffar *Kpnr ^J « n * tn 'ch fcicher t nn that obi» n*«l n V*.. rhf * u l «i|Hrc* of *u««r In 10,J wt.r^ n\ troxlTi(*ly JM IM ton* % a l u c I «t 1+0 ' I t - ·':» ··*ln« in V «· n i l l f t N e w 'V m k '·-irnuol V P.a ·-un ot liiul.im l o n a t l n n M D T \ I B o' Kinsa? \\ n r. re L uiarr Tie !!,· li l i ^ r - i to le f i r 1 ir^r-i h i r i I ' l l * I n f i \ o t i t t » f»nn t i l r n t t^ fore the c ( n \ c n t ! , n Is cil eel to oulei on T u n e C4 li the e \ e n t t'nt V '·nil It u l u t - l d b-» «-r itc'i""! It H mo-» tlnn lll.elv tint N c v Y o i k w o u l d r n l c i S r n a t o r r . o \ t l C~r-clind IT "il« place Oov t r n o i S m i t h s « u t pr *· iifi \ l c t o r \ · n M K r e i m n u h c i e he l i ' l n " e \ c n K n o n he w n In t i e race u n q u c ^ t l o n i b ' \ has te*il*d to *fc i-;tl en hi« M j p p n i t 1 r*» h"x^ l n i \ * s'ooil u c l l \ \ i t h t h « so CflJ'ccl ' bo c s^s o' tmc A«l* From Thar. f i l p t ' D a l l v H e r a l d A u t h o r -H i \ e j o u read i n n c u b a c k ' 1 ricml--1 e« \ u h o r -- ' U hat rlo * o u U I n U of If Til^nrt--1\ ell to ))· c-ind'rt w i t h '.on I l l i n k th* c o \ e r a a i « too far ipii t LOST STRENGTH Tardieu Says Premier Back in Power, but Support Weaker. H \ M l l i : -I M1IIILI . ( ^ f P o i u o a r e a p p e n d to b» r i d i n g lu-.l\ nt,un In T r t i n ~ c but according to \ n d i o r-xrdicu he Is not I m p l a n t ed T« t o c u i c l v In fie iaildl« as the i c i c n t \nte5 cf t o n f u l u n c c g i v e n h n nr\\ niiinsln. i i j the c l i m b e r oC ilcpi Ue^_\\ o u l d ercm to indicate O n l j th" n o - u n c i s of the c^ctlons lia-s ··axed l i u i sais M U n r d i c n becaus r t n n n \ of ln i u p i o i t c i s IT the chim b f r me d i--aii|'ouu d tint he has Cille-1 t i p t i e cabn c t w i t h h i s forme Ta is A p i 1 » -- | , i \ M o n d Po'ncar* 1 !· again p e v i d e n t of Me council of m l n i s t c i s Of c j u i ^ e roboil doubt- od t h a t he · n o u l j r e c e i v e a. sub- ·"t-vntjil n a j o i ' t v , considering the nun n c r t general rlcctlonn, so the fljL, irc«rlo not-re»ci the surprise and d i s a p p o i n t m e n t fe t 'n m a n v quarters ac tho m a n n e r In which the cab- i n e t \\as rocon = ti uctc! A t a u % other t i m e it I? l i \ e h t h a t this c-xbinet mdc up l a i R e l \ of hla f o r m e r opporei ti. v.ou'd cither hav f been upset o i tlie fl-st lote or w o u l f " ha.\ e l e c o l x e d ^ u ^ h a «nmll m a j o u t as to be titter's u n u o r k a h ' c CRISIS L N T H T N K V B L I ; But the election c a m p a i g n boglTi i n t w o v e c k a Jji such c n c i i i n s t a n te: a. c a b i n e t ct isis w a s unt'ilnit- able 'Ihe niHJo it\ despite Its dis- contcrt t h i n k s It p r u d e n t to lean 01 M Polncare In the comlncr struggle , Th* writer greatly fearn that thel*- . I.OPM M i l l b* sad y disappointed H u t b e t w e e n now and th* elections there are I m p o r t a n t event* on the calendar and tJespl:* M Polncare s long statement ot pollcv It Is Impossible to f o r e t e l l W |, at t ,, rn t n e y W | | J lake First, there Is the question of French s e c u i l t y on* w h i c h comerga^r tlons h a x e just besim between Lon-1 don «nd P.rls How w i l l It e n d ' I l i m e alone can tell Pi-OPLE I N D\KK r i m l U the eloub'e q u e s t i o n of ,ep- H t a t i o n s and the R u h r , w h i c h arc l i n k e d w i t ' , MI* exper's rcpo-U w h i c h aro al o u t t o be published Her* again th* Fiencli peoplo ar 9 coniplelclv in t h e clntk M Polncare c o n t i n u e s to Insist t h a t h e w i l l n o t e v a c u a t e l i e R u h r u n t i l France Is paid But a p p a r e n t l y ! he I* r e a u v to a b a n d o n all the economic side of occupition H exchange for o t h e r K j a r a n t c e « Is It nl^ plan to hold a p'cdse but not to explol* I* ' e I t It I n o u n t i n t the. asrecn e n t s b e t w e e n I i am » and the Hv.hr mae notes e \ p i r « A p r i l 10 and h a v e not been r e n e w e d u r d t h » t the G e r m a i governinciu Is c p p o « e d lo t h e i r re- r e w n l IS DISCONCERTING As for M Toincare h l m s e i r , It Is rather disconcerting to see h i m entrust the e v e c u M o n of l a w s recenth posted to n-en who. a few w e e k s apo branded these laws as u n j j s t . f u t i l e and daneeroi-s M ^olncaie his been placed In the m i n o r i t y on the question ot general pollcv. for th«- pen- ilon r e f o r m b l l on w l i . c h he fell Is directly l i n k e d w i t h th* fiscal policy ot the last f»vr months, and It was t i» f m i n c i a l situation which led Po.ncire to reject the pension reforms w h i c h lie had accepted In De- I f«D-«re bed in car lor Big power--economy-- HAHPION TERMS IF DESIRED W. C. 81 DISTRIBUTOR Open Evenings and Sundays 530 N. Main St. FOR GREAT FAIR Construction Co«t I* 12,000,000 Pounds. BV A. G. G A R n i N K R . (Copyright. 1924) L,ori3on. April £--Th« chl«f aubject of Interest In London today la the opening- on April S3 by th« king ot the great exhibltloi at TVemblj. north of th« metropollii The magnl- u d « «[ tli« e x h i b i t i o n exceecli all precedent I h e coit of conitructlon Is 1! 000,000 poiindi s t e r l i n g All aecdoni ot th» emplr* «r« t a k - ing 1 parf and prenaratlona for vl» l l o r s to Lrtndon are being m » d » on a itlgantlo icale Construct in has been In progress for tbrea yea-a. but It h«a been nubjeot ti much I n t t r n a l conflict and It la (till seriously In- comp'«t». 1«00 BTHIKB Thla week, 14,900 workers angac'ed on th* bulldlnts atarted a llghtjilnr strllca without th» authority of the union In order to compel an Increase of wages tn th* building trade This l« · symptom of n«w strike method* of sabotage In seising necessities of trie public to fore* surrender. But In this case, th* union «s«eti- tlT* refused to b* stampeded and th* strike la collapsing. TAKE AIRDALE 450 MILES FOR BURIAL Long Beach, Cat, A p r i l E-- (If) -When "Roykl, · «n Alrdal* dog belonging to Dr and Mr» J E Stubbert. died at their liome here, th* body wai taken to I/oa Qatos, 450 mllei north, for burial Or and Mrs. Stubbert explained that a* th* dog bad been their companion for many jears and had accompanied them on thr** European and Asiatic vojaget, they wlahtd to bury him on th* ground *her* he lind (pent th* greater part of his life They accompanied the body on th* journe' , DUBLIN WORKERS GET NEW HOMES Dublin--(IP)--Marino House, Clon tarf, Dublin, th* historic r*ild*nc* ot th* Earls ot Charlemont, la about to b» demolished to make way for artisan*' dwelling* Fifteen hundred workmen'* House* are contemplated, and th* famous dwelling house must b* sacrificed MUNICH SCHOOL HAS PRESS COURSE Munich--(pi--Munich Unlvefalty has th* first state, professorship of 'ournaUsm established In Germany. Th* department will b* 1n charg* of professor Karl d Eater. There ba\e te*n courses in journalism at varloua C.erman universities for *om* time, I, 4iut non* k«* had · professorship. '' IDttalir's Ufld«r$0.liig Store I YOUR EASTER DRESS UP GARMENTS HERE MONDAY AND SAVE1 $1.25 ELECTRIC CURLING IRONS Guaranteed Electric Curling Iron, with cord, ready tor DM. Special Guaranteed t can. luno 89c GENUINE MOTHEX BAGS rTrvrui!-a IjJ NOT BE BOUGHT FOR $35.00 ELSEWHERE 2I 1 """ 1 " 1 " 1 " 1 """""'""""""""""" IIIHIIIIIIIMMHIIHMIIHIIIIMIIMM* 1 ANOTHER ARRIVAL OF BEAUTIFUL NEW! I WOMEN'S AND MISSES' $15.00 SPRING [ HIGH-GRADE 1 and 2 PANT Suits Men's and oung men's fine quality suits, tail- / ored of worsted and cas- simere materials, new spring checks, stripe and plain colors await your choosing. Some have two pairs of pants. All sif.es to 44. Priced considerably less considering t h e prices asked elsewhere. Men's $25.00 New Spring SUITS ft OVERCOATS .50 , l i n 0 all woo! t u neat new B ie,k«, nUo %\o«l , *ierceM O«rro»U «f ' fine rnliortllne mu- rful all «lre« for 4 i mm aril Hiny 17 MATERIALS Velvetone Hieland Fleece Berkshire Plaids Stevens Plaids Angora Polaire COLORS Kust. Orange.- lire) atone. Rose. Coj)«n. Latin Green, Rookie, Etc. mall ileituMt ulll llold an] KHrment until Ivaater MEN'S $3.00 SPRING H A T S Mlk linrii In ill new $2 Jin MEN'S $1.50 SPRING C A P S Mnnr n«* Miintic n1tatl«« In plain anti fanry mii- tjjrt* 95c MEN'S 35c LISLE HOSE inulne 1st nunhlr R Mar «llk lllo hose, \ MEN'S $3.00 NEW ENGLISH BROADCLOTH SHIRTS '· Fine imported broadcloth or Langctte Shirt n. In plain or slrlped patterns, ' Including »hite, tans and ' grevsi all «ize«, 14 (o 17 nil nlial« unU MEN'S $5.00 DRESS P A N T S Many mrxtureft. Imluil- inc neat pin utriprn nrh make* aa Star eti Other Garments-Suitable for Any and Every Occasion.! All Priced Within the Reach of Those Who Demand Style Without Extravagance. Choice of to $6.50 HATS ( h a r m i n g ntw lot of l)rc»» Hals. K i c n i n j Hutu and Street Wear Hals, in Milan and n r l k combinatlnn*. all crepp Hats and no\elty utraxMi and braid* St l«* Include cloche*, mush- room«, off-the-fare. et. Spring Shades of mark. Genuine Linen Irish SPECIAL OFFERINGS OF EASTER APPAREL IN INF ANTS', TOTS', GROWING GIRLS' AND BOYS' BOYS' $1O, 2-PANTS SPRING SUITS Made of fin* quality cashmere, in many new Spring ahadea, with two pain of lined panti; gitea from 8 to 17 years. . GIRLS' $10 NEW SPRING BOYS' »3.50 SUITS t w e e d o r wool jmr] OUrer T«l«t o r M I f d M S INFANTS' $3.00 CAPES AND COATS Infants* f i n * cash COATS All-wool Polos, in tie side styles, in many wanted Spring shades; all sizes to 14 years. Girls' $3.00 Gingham DRESSES Fine quality gingham, IB check* 'and plaid*; C to ;!14 year* . . . .. INFANTS', TOTS' IHATS AND BONNETS ' |Kundreds to select -- . ,, · AO Jfrom, of dainty voile mert Coata or Capea, I 3g|. nd 'organdl neatly linedi (ally priced at ·pec- TOTS' $1.50 DRESSES; AND ROMPERS ramon* Clnd«r*11* 1 nnl romper*, manyf fM lo nelect from in*l rludlnr IMintv dr«)ifte«" ',tn |tlnln and .Tinrhanit, slif* 8 lo · TOTS' $3.00 NEW DRESSES Ueaatlful dotted 8wl*s- ee. TO||«* and Imported 4 alnchamm many t»m4 I mhroMer*il eltes, S to · NITTED Knitted CAPES Hn« kulttod fuhloMd threat Uk How with nlntoread ·«»! and to* Cbolo* of Mack, . grer, pcaah, *U. BM Cholc* ' 69 C Women's to $2.00 Silk H O S E Fall all f a * h t o n « d J shade*, tncladlnff MAIN FLOOB 1 :;115 CHOICE WOMEN'S $2.00 G L O V E S !Chol-» of 18-butlan and 'tanntlot double lipped *llk ;*lo*e«. noveltr ehamolsette iimontlet and Imparted M.I «1o»e». get y o u r K*«ur (In^M *t (hi* low price 'While «t«qk I* complete. $1.29 MAIN FLOOB W o m e n ' * $ 1 C h a m o i a a t te Uaontlets-- 69c ·vvw *«*« Women's $6.50 Novelty SILK BLOUSES Hundreds ef new, ·ilk fcUa«n (arc* TaHety *t«le* «nd colon.'. All site*. Mala Flew. $1.60 DIMITY BLOUSES 90c A SHOE OFFERING THAT WILL CROWD OUR 2ND FLOOR SHOE DEPARTMENT ALL DAY--ACTUAL $6.00 VALUES Hundred* of Ptdr$ of Easter Women's Suede*, «trap». Junior Louia heels, military heels and low heels; Black mtede strapg. Military heels; Patent Straps, Louis heeb; Patent cut-outs, military heete; Patent two-tone atraps. Biilltary 'heels; Patent Leap Year Sandato; Patent Dull turn straps, tow heeb; Patent or brown crease oxfordd. COLORS BLACK. PATENT, GREY. BROWN, ETC. *«·*·**·%*%% NEW SPRING WASH GOODS PRICED AT Women's $3.00 Spring Porch Dresses- Hindrad* *4 new Kttenw ta dnckauM aad beach eMh. ·aad *mkr*ld*nd. MM« Floor Women's $1.50 QQ A APRONS..,,., *7OC AT 28* -12-1N C H IMPORTED DRESS GINGHAMS. ; -34-INCH NEW SPRING. CHECKS. -ts-iNCH SUNFLOWER' CREPES. : --36-INCH NEW MAN-! CHESTER PERCALES. --40-INCH PLAIN MERCERIZED VOILES. : -28-INCH FANCY LINGERIE CREPES. ; -SC-INCH E N G L I S H LONCCLOTH. "^ --33-INCH NEW ROMPER CLOTH. : -42-INCH K H A K I ; CLOTH. MANY OTHERS AT3B* --4o-ixcH NEW PLAIN: VOILES. ; --16-INCH NEW PLAIN; RATINES. --M-INCH UNGHUE CREPE8. ' : -- 4 0 - I N C H F A N C Y VOILES. ; --12-INCH IMPOMBB DBE89 GINCRAH8. --3«-INCH N E W UN- ENE BUITINCB. i --M.INCH NEW on-, CANDIES. -IJ-INCH NEW ROI-SC-INCH LINGERIE: CREPES. MANY OTHERS BASEMENT --J2-INCH NEW OAZE MARVEL. -4*-INCH D O T T E D VOILES. --M-INCH P R I N T E D CREPES. -M-INCH NEW SPBinc CHECKS. - ;-*4»-INCH NEW DunrtEa. --49-INCH NEW OEOANDIEf. --n-INCH NEWMIRT. IXGS. -M-INCH M E R C E R . IZED POPUNB. --MJNCH W H I T E PIQUE. MANY OTHERS 28' .O.mh.f'i Bitlt t» Sim 1EWSP4PERS NF^VSPAPFR!

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