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i Will arv an'-' id--thr Foi .N isible S 1 r i tfi SB iK SK Ii I Bi I ? " ii · n I I i l { DECATUR HERALD THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 7, 1928 DECATUR HERALD 19 I S. Spends $7,090,000 Annually to See That Mail Sent to Foreign Countries Is Delivered Properly First Law for Proper Management of Postal Service Was Enacted in 1794; Effectiveness Shown by Present-Day Figures I A \!r I I ^ ( l I C'^ t 1 ( I-i I \ i l l | s u n '·i nt i p p i M i u a t r l j }7 , n n · ' Hi i t Hi I' t l i s · nil n,. U i t his i i ph vi i i n d n i ' ; i s ( j iu t fo i 1^ n i u i i n t i K , 1 1 n t I I I ul sr i s i d i . H u n in 1 l 1 i l l "i n f " Hi it - r i 0 i t 11 n I nd II i t l i r \ i il nun! M i i l in i I ' i ( l th i l ^ i\ i u l l i [i In i l h ( \ | n t i 1 ,,! t i I I f ' ' ^ ( I i 111 w i v i mil, n n l M H I ' i I th ul ,t i l l ( t l h 1 1 li 1 ,, 1 1 ( \ ( iu ' ' M V ) 01 n is ( » r t i l | i ti u d s u » i c di i i t I . M I n I I i I i l d S t i l i t ] , M i l l I I i t W l I l l l l I t 1C W ( U I I \ I III IM I p ( , ( , , | I I 1 1 1 1 I I I H 1 l l r , H i ' I I I H ~ S ( I I |) 1 ( 1 ( I I I U I i I v n i l r l l i i I I I S n pi mi 1 I 11 t V\ I ' l l M I,,' i i I I i i 1' i l l I i h i u i d 31000000 Tons I** l I vv , l i r Hi i r roi,;i .,il i i f f \\ i i 1 11 ^ I pi n n i K RUSSIAN DRYS AGAINST VODKA Would Bar All Alcoholic Beverages At Soviet Banquets 1 / i ( Bv E U G E N E LIONS MLnltccl I'rcss Shiff Correspondent) MOSCOW Vodka beei vvmr- and I d l l othei alcoholic b e v e t a g e n will be baired at all orfici.il bovict banquets I jubilees and otht t celebrations if the A n t i Alcohol society heie haa its \v,i A m o n g the piactical measures foi f i g h t i n g alcoholism suggested by the I es.ei.utiv e committee of the society meeting h c i c icctnth was a govcm- ppcs n t o l a d f H t c i p of 2 bi m i n t decicc- d e f i n i t e l y ptohlbitlng all SMYRNA,RECORD BAD LUCK CITY, IN RUINS AGAIN Six Years' Effort to Rise From Ashes Destroyed By Quake IS EYEJ3F ASIA WASHINGTON t r -- omj rna which holds a vvoihl recoid for bad luck is m nuns again Si\ Beats' laboi to taise bmyina fiom her ashes has been set at naught appaicntly by an ca i quake tays a bulletin f i o m the W a s h i n g t o n D C headquarteis of the National GcogiapbJc society F u s t l e p o i U indicate that the Tuikish quarter which alone escaped tho f n e of 1022 has been shaken t i M l i q u o t s at o f f i c i a l functions The Of oil thr- m i l l fll p i t c h r c l f i o u ( e x e c u t i v e has also asked the Com is to l o n l / n ( o u n t r h s 00 p»i I m u n K t Piity to bind itself likewise of_ A mi i lean | to excluding alcoholic chinks f i o m its - ^ l e c c i v u t public 01 j m a t e functions ' ' " Othn pioposals made by the ex -.ol v t r n ' t r y TI I tho r v r s s r l s r i it ol t h e o up*!) 1 ition pak _ __ __ ^ _ _ ^ ^ 01 ihr s o u i o i h r w e i g h t of t h r - | C ( u U o w 'hlch~7ncliidcVsuch impcTt- a l n u i f l ac 10 ' thf A t l a n t i c vv 11 u n t t l g u l o , as Kikolal Bukharin p o m t l .mil Its tost for ,ei L a i i n K . u m l n and Boi Is Voline are :iru unspct itio i was J S ' S S S D I I O 1 i ccn' ff Ihr w e i g h t and 6J pt i l it o* 1 I ( * nip* ns ttion v cnt I mcnctin v( s ol l o C f i i t n l u i l M t h A m r u c i a m l V t h ( g o v t i n m . n t monopoly b e h \\pst I n l u - t t u m i l l d i s p a t c h e d J t ablh/cd' and not Inu eased beyonc · - · · - · · « - 1)OU1U |. a n d t h · t h ( ,, CS( n t total I T h a t children undri 16 be pio- h'blted f i o m e n t r i i n g saloons 01 ' c l h f t establishment.) ' e i v i n g liquoi - '1 hat the production of liquoi CAPITAL BEAUTY BLOSSOM QUEEN , r h a t a chain of ant , alcono) and o--t w«i i i b i t m o i t than a m i l l i o n 1 a h i ! t)f pc i rnt of the a n t i d r u g dispensaries be established i ht i i f l 80 pot c f n t of t h r pa t h ( CV11C ot nicohohsm being made ccmpulsoij 1 That coinses on thr evil effects ot alcohol be g i v e n in all Soviet (schools and u n i v u s l t i e s T h e chiet task ot me AntuAlcohjl t i l t t o A m ' l i e in ' esseN Sll h 1 ' ! ni il bv vv u h t tuul m cojt vv ib ·lit to n i l fs icioss ( h i fu i f i r Inu m m n i - h i p p i n g h i d a U n s i r naif ot i t "ii pri « nt of thr w c i g n t r l 8- nu ( f n t c l t h e compensation s o c l c t v Vollne told the United Pie s educate th: Volino is Hi 10 J'tr l ( lit Drop T h t I 1 v v e i f h t of pau rl con cspondent is to post masses on the subject spit h d to ill f o i r l r n c o u i U i U - . c h a i g e of the propaganda riepai ' i n i p o i i . f l h I t i n d a, w e l l us b m o n t w h i c h is p r e p a t i n g to dis u w S O U G S ) pou id-, a ( i o p o! t r i b u t e h u n d i o d s of thousands of I f i uit. untloi the pi ccedlnj posters rnochiues otc In the fight 1 In d i ( i ( i o v is p i l m i p a l l v afalnst d r u n k e n n e s s A special et r (hi v v r i g h l of paiccls ' t u t t i t o i t w i l l be made to leach the Soviet u o n o n n l o u r i t r u s ,uul t h e i r was i chlldicn with warnings against i~hl IIH t ra f in wri b 'ht to Canada d i i n k I M f x u o L n d o i a. decree issued cailv this hi f i u l I iv, foi Ihr p i o p e i m i r C a i local Soviets, have been given "Yicnt of thr pn t i l - r i v l c r w is t| lc , ught to l i m i t 01 p i o h i b l t the use ·titl i n 1701 nnd f i v r j o a r s lat i I istil laws v v r i r i r v i rd onr of hf i n t r i r s t l t v ( h i n K f i b r i n g tha m, vv-is sub t i l i t r r l foi l o i t H | e n i H j f ' i r o b b i n g t h r maih i iv Mftfli on x d m i m s t i a t i o u 'njr o i l o t l r i i v ,is hxed at f l on" ,,. ,,.. { i l i i l S u n d a v d c l i v f i y at i o^t [ l u n c h rds of women and childie- fn ei v. i M t i t u t t d d r s p t r vi,',pi picocnted cv Idrnce against Mi Vod j i c t c i f i o m v a i l o u s r r l i g i o m ] k n whose oepicdations were dc 01 l i q u o i m theh distucts In t h e town of Bodaibo m b i b e i m ,a newspapci staged a tnal of Mt t h # | v o d l c i The c u l p u t was accused of tho nuiidei of a local citucn, who had fallen asleep m the snow and been f i o ^ c n to death while drunk i n 1 In IM m ills v v r i o i i ·!*] i v s f r n m n o a t f i o m o n r p o t v o u i t founl M l \ n tr i t i f l ' i " ! M i l l i n g t h a t t h e I l i s t s Limps In IM7 j Pi - i l i n i n M u r i c Issued bv !o ! i o^r n i 'f m t h r ( o u i i t r v 1011! n f i i r i had brni I n t n | irvfl I n F IIM I ind In 1817 thr ' o v t i n m p i i l u t i o d m r d i t a m p i o' h" i (in 1 I" c e n t d e n o m i n a t i o n i i iniii, 10 p i c t i v r l v thr llkenrsgrs i' I i i n k l l n ind W a s h i n f , t o n ^tTiil od r n v o l o p c i made t h r l i n i " · n i i i f i in IR'o f i r r d c l i v i i v w o ' i t I n t o I u n f l r i L n u o l n in IStS i n ics of "0000 popul ition 01 moi ·· ·f pt I 1 i ml w a s i n t i o d u r r d in %"1 nnd i v i a i 1 ' r i tariif thr i n · r r u M o t i i l Postal I n i o n v v h u h hcJi ire i i i d r It pcs ililf to srnd l"ttc s 0111 mv pla( r in Ihr w o i l d to any « h c i rl«T r at a p t iRn ff f i o m 2 t'' n t s WESTERVELT CHURCH HAS CHILDREN'S DAY were scribed In drtail In the end the \oclka not guiltv v i c t i m himself was responsible foi having jlcldcd to \ odka s temptation F. V. Markley Will Leave For Ohio M A T TOO:-. J u n e 5--F V M a r k I r v of this rlty road foreman of en f i r e " mi thr west end of the Big I oui has been t i a n - f e i i f d to Gal lion O to takr a now position as load foreman on thr Cleveland In dlatiapoli- division His t e n l t o i j w i l l br f i o m Bcllefontam to Cleveland O Mi M d i k l t j came to Mattoon 11 months ago f i o m the C i n c i n n a t i Sandusky d i v i s i o n Hr has been succeeded bj "L L f a c h a v o l s k c w h o was t i a n s f e n e d from thr n o r t h end of the Cairo di choii c t i n and the Sunday school orch P R O G R A M ON S U N D A Y n e , o n t i r n - were in chaige of clas= I I Fv\ I liT f u n f " A C h i l f ni f l a \ p n g c n n t e n t i t l e d His I i p i e s p n t e c l in th" ( h u n t M i m l n v m n i n i n s A large crowd attended Thr gills of the Fidelia class en trrtfimccl t h r l r m o t h e r s at a Ban qiitt it thr hnmr of t h c i i teachri M i s Iscllle B a i t l p t t north of town do MI The Eves of Asia' One of Ihe finest harbois in Asia Minor has encouraged men to I E build Smyina after c v e i j calamitj Tuiks call the city Ihe .Cyc of Asia because il 13 the poit thiough which Asia Minor looks west to tin Mecllteiianoai to \thens to Italy and to New Y o i K One vaunted c . p c i i c n c e in tl i I Neai East is to sail at dawn t h r r u g h j * the 15 mile w i d e Golden Gate' ot Smyina s harooi and watch the sun use ovei giay Pagos setting aglov the i^d loofs circling the maigm ot the bay Usually steamcis aie lined along the stonr quay with the r bows pointing landvvaid From that quay reported srveialj damaged the steameis load S m j r n a figs from tne Mendere nvei valley Sultan i laia- ns Turkish tobacco and Tuikish tugs Appearance Belies City s Age ' S m v i n a is one of the oldest cit ics in the woild but it has slight ap peatance ot antiquity Containing all nationalities Smyina is ot no na tlonalitj Smyrna produces nothing but exchanges everything Ftom the ruined fortress on Mont Pagos the harboi and the quarteis spread undei the eve Thcie is the Turkish quarter with mmaiets and the black-green spearheads of fu neial sypicsb tiees the Fiankish (Euiopean) quaitei with newei f i n - er buildings the Greek quarter Armenian quaiter and the Jewish Ghetto All of them except the 1 urk ish quarter still cany the black st-ais of S m j r n a s f l i c Gieek Colonj ' B e f o r e the World wai Smyina was the unofficial capital of the laige Gieek colony living undei Turkish dominion m this legion Grecians prospered by producing the figs raisins and rugs to be sold by theh counttymen in the United States Aftei the Woild wai Smyrna Province was awaided to Greece but the Turks iccoveicd stiength and routed the occupants When the Gieek aimy took to its boats a vast hoide of G t e c k icfugecs ciowded In to S m y i n a While thcj waited foi ships f l i c b i o k e out penning the mass on the quay between the waves and a fier furnace At least 10000 lost theii lives that t e i i l b l r . night 'In the six years elapsrd Smyina ha.s gradually iccovered The came! tialns again trail down to the city and now they aie accompanied b\ honking Ameiican cais New movie' theaters l i n e the quay v/nrre the h o i s o d i a w n trollev cat has resumed seivlce Tuiks come d o w n to d i l n k coffee at the tables on (he water f i o n t before going to see a Wild West' thrillei Foui American tobacco companies have lesumed busi ness An oil company and a school c o n t i l b u t o to the Ameiican colony Fips nnd Tobacco ' I n r c t u i n for Ameiican motors movies pasolme and education Smyrna sends us pimcipallv figs and tobacco The o r d e i l y delicatessen tigs in the foreign labeled bo-c- es ate fiom Smyrna That is the boxes a r c from Smyina while the figs come from the 150 mile long a g n c u l t u r a l paradise of the Mender? Valley The nvei that made it gives the English language the w o i d meandei Along the valley w h i c h has California Miss Adair Childress, daughter of the chairman of the Washmg- on public utilities commission, has been chosen to represent the Difr net of Columbia at the apple blossom festival to be held at Wm- hestcr, V a , in May. Some ycais the expoit fig crop bungs the equivalent of $3000000 to Smyina "Yet fate has never peimicted Smyina to considei its mheient riches tiade harbor climate and lamfall GiecKs Macedonians Ro mans Talais Genoese Knights of Rhodes Veterans and Turks have tiamped on one anothei a heels MORE FKCIT TO SWEDEN (Bv Vmtcd Press ) STOCKHOLM--Sw cdcn is consum ing increased quantities of grape f i u l t pineapples and other Ca'i foinia pioducts In 1927 Sweden bought 22 500 000 kilograms of apples and peais mostly from the Unitec States ISLE TOO SMALL FOR MAPS BUT MADE A LANDING "Deadman's" Island, Where Wilkins, Pole Flyer Lit Was Tiny Target BROKE PRECEDENTS WASHINGTON, D C--"In flying 250 miles south after reaching tho northwestern corner of Spitsbergen, Captain George H Wilkins and Pilot Eielcon broke away from all preced cnts In the handling of aircraft to and from this popular island base foi Polar flights," says a bulletin from the Washington, D C headquarters of the National Geographic Society "Both Wellman and Andice took off in their balloons fiom the nothwe-jtern cornei where centuiies ago Dutch, whalers maintained the settlement of Smeerenburg or "Blub bertown' The latest Polai flyeri apparently flew directly ovei Dancj Island, at Smeerenburg, base of th two early efforts to reach the Pole by air ' One hundred and twenty fivt miles farther south they whizzed over Kings Bay, where Byrd and Bennett took off for the Pole hi 1026 and landed upon their return, and where Amundsen s, Nobile s and Ellsworth's successful 'Norge' ex pedition began a few days later Too Small For Maps "The landing point of Wilkins and Eielson, desctlbed in the meagci dia patches as 'Deadman s Island, just north of Ice Ejord' lies another 125 miles south of Kings Bay The fly ers were apparently making for the sale Spitsbergen wireless station at Green Harbor, an indentation in the south shore of Ice Ejord when they found It necessary to land on tb.2 small island "Charts fall to disclose a Deadman's Island' m this region but it apparently takes its name from the noithern portal of Ice Fjord known as Deadman's Spit' or 'Deadman's (fly Umtrd Press ) SHANGHAI--With the anlval recently of a world-cruising liner at Shanghai the cnterpiislng advertia- ng man of a Chinese stocking fac toiy, scenting new business, had some handbills pi In ted in what he :ondly believed to be perfectly good King'b English The stocking factory in question bears the odd name o£ ' The Wisdom and Bravery Stocking Factory " The 'DiT\Fry" is actually spelled "brav sy" Our stockings,' the handbill stated, ' are noted for the following qualities 1---Newish and style 2--Excellent the material and therefore the durable American Advertising Showing Its Influence in Shanghai Methods 3 Woolen skilfully that quite rom foit'blc to thf feet 4- T cauty of the color which wil' never fade through the constani WEihmg 6-- It in manufactured by th» letrncd hands from abroad, it Is thi-i w i t h a nlcclooklng comfortable fo,- the wearer We daresay It Is sup' rioi to the other stocking" Shanghai also boasts the Hearted Shoe Shop, the Most Mai vcllous and Magical Curio storf ami the Exalted Supreme and Noblf* Hat Cleaning shop A sign opposite a laigc hotel stafrs that V Chen is the Maker of th« Coat and Pant by the Custom and Satisfaction Mountain ' Professor A Miethe, historian of a Geiman scientific expedition which visited Spitsbergen just before the World war, descubes the entrance to Ice Fjord as follows Before us to the cast towers the lofty mountain chain at the enhance of the Ice Fjord The bioad mouth of this, the largest of all the fcpits bergcn sounds, is bordered on the left that is to say on the north, by a high range of mountains completely covered with glaciers, with the crest of Dodmari (Scandinavian for 'Dcadman') as its center from the sides of which wide glacier faces push down into the sea at the west and toward the noith coast of tho Ice Fjoid This highest peak is sur rounded by a varied chain of sleep mountains generally free of snow and stretching Inland -while between them are level plateaus covered with peipetual snow which feeds the great glaciers' Many of Same Name ' The most famous ' Deadman s Island' in Spitsbergen, which has been confused wtih the landing place of Wilkins lies In the harbor of old Smeerenburg at the northwestein tip of the main island c* the group 250 miles north of the newest Deadman' to appear in the world news The original and better known 'Dead-j man' was the burial place of thou sands of Dutch whalers who met violent deaths in the brawling daysi of 'Blubbertown ' or w h o died by thei hundreds of scmvv The gum name ' 'Deadman,' appears ovei and ovri again however, in connection with geographic featuies Few milca of the western Spitsbergen coast ar free from the great boulder caiin- that were made over the remains of some unfortunate Digging graves in the rocky and frozen ground w a s out of the question, and the com mon custom was to covei dead bod Ics with heavy mounds of stones to protect them from wild animals 'In proceeding from the island near the northern portal of Ice Fjord to Green Harbor, where the Nor- wogian government wireless station is situated, it was necessary for Wilkins and Eielson to cross appioxi- mately 50 miles of ice-jammed wa- tei Forty or fifty miles farther inland on the southern shore of lea Ford at Advent Bay is a coal mining community developed by Ameii- cans but owned by Norwegians since the sovereignty of Spitsbergen was assumed by Norway in 1920 This mining settlement and the wlre- le is station constitute the world · northcrmost towns'" M O R E H O U S E and WELLS CO. INSECTICIDES SECOND FLOOR 207 North Water Street A Limited Amount of Beautiful VALUES BEYOND COMPARISON Porch Dresses Only 30 Dozen Be here early Friday Morning for these values--at this sensational price we believe they will not last until n o o n- charming, cool, summery Frocks to be worn every day-THEY WERE MADE TO ACTUALLY SELL FOR $2.95 AND Up grows the Smyrna fig boon introduced into f u i n i - h n l b \ t h e j u n i c i e n S n t u r d a v e v e n i n g Ktknta Prisoners Learn Farming; Per Centage Escaping Negligible A T L A N T A - F a r m r i s w h o b r h a v c Hvmsolvcs A 111 h vp a bettri t i m e « ' t h e T o d r i n l P e n l U n t ! rv t h a n ar L . . Hc soon becomes less a n o v i c e -- Iv Plsr Sfvoi U himclrrrl p r l - o n r i s ronlln- Souilv T I P k r p l w o r d i n g horlnff | t j pr Plintmf. ,111 I t r n d i n t ; I i v r s t o r k out on fi 1 " puson f - u v i si\ n i l l r s f r o m thr ni'ins morp f r o m prison i make cane feed chickens and the Hk? Earl c i i i o l l was one of the latt°r leains how to milk s v u i p , d r i v e hor'C3 ' id »ll 1 n i phi i \ xi-.it i '' a ii n' I'Tnp fo tl 1 1 r-d hi ir «l le hi' nil f i e s h vegetables p o r k rsgs nnd butlei usrd inside Ihr pen llcntiii'v p t o p c i come f i o m HIP , f a i m Thus 3000 men aie the con thr f m i r o i i l v Spnng sijmeis of Its pioducts i n i HP ( o n - i s t P i i t w i t h I h r j ( k a n v v h i t r b u i l d i n g s - l a i g r w h i t e I b a u a r k ) w i t h wide open windows l in I v v l i n l s h i l t n him and sides fnt t h r warm summei time r ' r n l n i / t u l nl m m w i t h a i r in t h o ccntet o f the plantation ( I n k I h r l r lior ind pi nit Big bains w i t h room for cattle nnd "tt poi i t c r in' M mi i fnt f i d d f i In thr b i n Ihr n I c i n r Onl p e a n u t s ' hoi scs stictch down below G i c a l I pnn-- foi hogs-- and w i d e ranges for u l l o u t m r ?ocs them n r in a g i o v p It i- a typical I h u g e Geoigii plantation and with l i t t l e of the appearance of an insti t u t l o n A nuin ' i n ' for 20 ycais for cm" "chick, chick w i t h good rri ore's lr e -"'ortrd foi rt M « c ' i Ihr f a i m ' ^ ' l a i o h o K i lioutirl iSo vv i l l s keep -·- 'fl'm f t c i i r s c i , r n o guns w a r n bciilemcnt m a y call ·I'm T h n r T I C o p i t a i n ( o n f i n e s -- chick b | 're tho i n l . i c i r t i a c l I- blgl Anothei s c i v m g a tcim for rob- fnnugh h m y may c a i c f u l l v cull over the corn Acoorciin,, i n c ipt n n \\ A Rogcf allotnunt foi his pigs ( h i t"n- f r I h r - - o i i t h · f ho,, i c intr of I h p f i l m moiit ^] f f t o n i i ui al sei A 6 i f e packer may tend the water- pumping machinery In rrop Most of the prisoners on the farm and f u m m r are s h o i t t r i m ones Tho prircntagc of thosr who es- n l u l d l v f i l l f i w who tape Is nrgllgible Ncaily 100 pei r i bo H h is i o i o m m - n d ,e nt obev theh promisr not to lea-r '"inn f i n d s his w n v t h e i p ' t h o c o n f i n e s o f tho f a i m LOW RATE EXCURSION $4.00 to and return Saturday, June 9th and Sunday, June 10th Tickets good going on trains leav ing Pecatur 2 05 a m 12 05 p m and 3 52 p m Satuiday J u n e 91 h also 2 05 a m Stindaj J u n e 10th Through steel cais on the 2 05 a m tiam b a t u i d a j June 9th Ready for occupancy 9 30 p m Friday night Good for l e t u i n on all tiaina leaving Chicago to and including 1201 a m tiam Mondav June 31th (Sunday midnight 1 01 a m Chicago time ) Tickets Bronrl In ma hoi jind rlnir cftrs N o ] ^irnco ^ i l l bf checked Flrit ' l a i f i u l p n c u t -- \ u t o m a t l c safe ly "slgnnl'' T r i l n b r n t e r ( hlc igo alonff l a k e M l c l l f , TM Shore t o C r n t i n l sta tlon In th boulevard hotr! theatre dis t r l c t Baseball Sot "*i 'Hnihinjrton Jnne flth So-c I B Now \nrh .InjiR lOili Ticld Mu-P"ni ilso Art I n s t i t n l r , nr* FREK on ^alnnln\ nml Sundnr Tli-kct O f f i c e T l l l n o l 3 C e n t i a l station Phone C77 G A L A W m t i c k e t Agent Dccalur I I I MI26 Illinois Central Exceptional Quality A SPECIAL U I T T I N G B U S I N E S S SALE F E A T U R E Be Sure to Attend Friday Morning Women's Sizes 36 to 46 99e I STEVENS STYLE STORE Everyon* Guaranteed Washable Miiset' Sizes 14 to 20 Lustrous Coloring* a fl / ^ I a 4 ! * f* '$· 'I I* J 4 i 5 J A '' I ah SPAPFRf NFWSPAPFK!

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