The Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois on June 29, 1914 · Page 2
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Decatur, Illinois
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Monday, June 29, 1914
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FageTwo T H E D E C A T U R R E V I E W Monday Evening, June 29, 191*. BIG DAY ON IT- Balloon Ascension, Ball Game and Vaudeville. Dt Mt. Pulaski. June 29.--The following program will be carried out here at the fourth of July celebration: Speaking by Senator Hugh McGill Music by Mt. Pulaski band all day and fvening. Vocal music, male, quartet. Vaude\'ille acts in the a f t e r n o o n Roller skating at Dig tent rink. Merry-go-rounds. Base ball game. Mt. Fulaskl vs catur Mohicans. Pie and Bun eating: contest, egg rolling contest and other games on raised platform. Slow automobile race, around publi square. Balloon ascension and parachute dror at 5:30 p m. Moving picture shows, dance n t Scroggin opera house and roller skat- ' Ing: In evening Numerous street attractions, f i r e ^ works and band concert, in the even ", ing- Fr«* Ice water and plentv of shade frr j seats. " HOSPITAL POPULAR. Five Mt. Pulaskians now occupy wards in Lincoln hospitals, all having recently undergone operations. They are: Mrs. Virgil Wynd, Mrs. Paul Belfl- !er, Mrs. Charles Gordon. Mr?. Sam Dawson and Gotlieb Vogel PERSONALS. Charles Weller and George Hubbard were visitors in Decatur last week. Miss Helen Lipp, of Lincoln, has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. O Vonderlieth since last ^Vednesday. Miss Esther Obermiller spent last week In Peoria visiting her sister, Mrs. Charles Cunningham and family. Arthur Rowe of Kenney, visited h e r e last -week. Mr. and Mrs. A r t h u r Horn, of Washington, IX C., arrievd here last Wednesday to visit several weeks with their parants. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Horn and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Biebert. George L. Weikel and Mr. and Mrs. Louia SchaW vieited friends in Lincoln last ·week. Miss CoBetta. Fryer visited relatives in Pekln th» latter part of last week. Herman J. Mayer visited "Friday In Springfield with his family. After a years absence In California. Jtfra. Caroline Snyder arrived home Friday afternoon. Miss ^Florence Wynd returned home Saturday after a. two weeks' course of study at Normal. The Earl Hawk Theater Co. closed a ·week's engagement here Saturday night to a packed house. The company ·was the best that has been here for years and their prices for admission were the most reasonable. Th« city water supply Js again being taxed to the limit. 102 Friday and 70 Sunday was the temperature. stroke of paralysis anT her recovery Is very doubtful. Mrs. Lizzie Collins has returned from a visit with a daughter, near Kinmun- fly, 111. nFTEB JJ. U. Rev. J. M. Lively to Preach Next Sunday. Tuscola. June 29--The Tuscola and Bourbon Baptist churches are making an effort to secure a minister for the two churches who shall make his residence in Tuscola and preach in thn two churches on alternate Sundays as both the churches have small congregations and it is difficult for either of them to hire a local minister to devote his -whole time to the charge. On next Sunday Rev. .T. M Lively of Chicagro ·will be in Tuscola to preach at the morning hour and will go to Bourbon in the afternoon to hold a service in the Interest of consolidating the fields. Mr. Lively is a graduate of the James Millikin University and also a graduate of special departments In Chicago University. BURY AGED MOTHER OF DECATUR WOMAN VaodaJia. June 29.--The funeral of Mr*. Amanda Hennlnger. aged ninety year*, of Hagarstown. was held Saturday afternoon at the Methodist church of that village, by the home castor. A quartet composed of Mrs. Minnie Laws. Mrs. Herbert Sonemann and Misses Irene Eshleman and Castilla Saylef. from this city had charge of the music. The (lead woman leaves several children among them John Henntnger of Bloomington; Trum of Litchfield; Mrs. Jennie Clark of Decatur; Mrs. W. B. Hunter of Hagarstown and Mrs. .Nellie Clark, of Kansas City. A daughter "was born to Mr. and Mrs Stanley Stewart at the home of Mrs. Stewart's uncle. Dr. and Mrs Ernest Dleckmann. in Keyesport, 111., where they nave been visiting. Mis Flora- Burtschi, of Decatur, is visiting relatives and friends here. Miss Julia Wahl. of Philadelphia, was called here Saturday by the serious nines of her mother. Mrs. Susan \Vahl, at the home of her daughter. Mrs. J. It Lakin. Mrs. Wahl has suffered a third TO GET BETTER TUT At Next Year's Chautauqua --Assembly Closes. Lovlnston, June 29.--The Lincoln chautauqua closed Friday night with a t oncert by the Imperial English Bell .Ringers and a lecture by Honorable J. K. Codding. Mr. Codding is an ex-warden of the Kansas state penitentiary and his lecture was drawn from his a c t u a l experiences while in the service of his state. The largest crowd of the ···nUre week was present and nothing mit words of commendation were heard ior the address. Xext year's chautauqua has been Assured, as a contract was closed at last night's session, when forty-five business men and citizens, both men and women, signed the guarantee. Xext year's program will cost $150 more than this year's and promises to be much better than the sessions just closed. The lectures this year were all far above the average, but some of the musical companies were hardly up to expectations. Nearly three h u n d r e d season' t i c k e t s at $2 each have been pledged for next year's chautauqua. FUNERAL OF t, W. SUTTER. The bodv of Lloyd W. Sutter arrived here Friday evening from Jacksonville. where death occurred Thursday morning, followng several months' confinement in a sanitarium at that place. The body was taken to the home of the deceased's mother, Mrs. Mary C. Sutter, on South Broadway, where funeral services were held Saturday a f t e r n o o n at 1 o'clock. Rey Father Davis, of St Isadora's Catholic church, preached the funeral sermon. Interment was made in the Kellar cemetery, south of town. He Is survived by his wife and one son, Dan, also his mother, Mrs. Mary C. Sutter, one brother, Fred W. Sutter, and three sisters, Mrs. Charles Monroe of Sullivan, Mrs. E. L. Beall of this place, and Miss Minnie Sutler, also of this place. He was born Aug. 26, 1ST7 and at the t*me of his death was aged thirty-six years, nine m o n t h s and twenty-nine days. PERSONALS. W. S. Shirey, of Decatur, was a visitor here the latter part of this week. "Uncle" Charley Hamilton, who is confined to his bed with a partial stroke of paralysis, is reported to be much improved. P. E. Traxler and son, Ralph, of Hammond, were visitors here Saturday. County Judge Isaac Hudson, candidate for reelection, was here Friday in the interests of his candidacy, Fred Foster, of Chamite, Kan , is visiting here with relatives and friends. Mrs. Charles Curry la v i s i t i n g w i t h relatives in Decatur. DEVELOPING lOc A roll, any size. Eastman chemicals, Eastman papers; best quality, best workmanship. It costs no more. Try us. Haines Essick 217 N. Water. Both Phones 1256. Tile Direct and Short Line to the Bait. Attractive Summer Trips BY RAIL, AND RIVER, I.tKE AND OCEAN STEAMERS. SSO.OO to New York City good returning 30 days. $36.15 to New York City, going via Washington, D. C., returning via Niagara Falls, good 60 days. Similar Low Fares to AH Eastern Mountain, Lake and Seashore Summer Resorts. LIBERAL STOP OVERS. Parlor-Cafe Cars to Indianapolis, connecting with All Lines. For literature ana any information call on or address 1. S. FERRIS, T. P. A- Decatur Hotel, Decatur, Til. MONEY m furniture, pianos, live stock, wagons, etc.. and -we do not disturb your property. We also make loans on watches and diamonds. We give you from one to twelve months to repay your loan. Our payments are as low as 48 cents a week. You can pay either weekly or monthly as you prefer. Small Loans $5 and up Long or Short Time Large Loans tlOO Payments to Salt. Large or Small We respect your confidence and guarantee absolute secrecy in all dealings. We make loans in all surrounding towns. Office open Saturday evenings. Rooms 7-8 Conk!in Bid?., 144 N. Main. Bell Phone 2041; Automatic 15S6. Was Son of J. D'. Chapman of Near NewMan. TuBCOla, June 29 -- Coroner M~. E. Rice was called to the borne of Mr. and Mrs. James D. Chapman, about two miles north of Newman, on t h o farm of "W. J. Holler, on Saturday morning to hold an inquest over the body of their thirteen-months-old child, a hoy named Cloyd. About 7:30 Friday evening thf* cluld was alone in the house and the o t h e r members of the family just oiusiae when the little boy got hold of a table covering- that was hanging near the floor, and pulled the cover off t h e table and w i t h it what !s known as a "Daisy Fly Killer" that had heen placed on the table out of his reach. He pulled one of the "Daisies" out of the box and either chewed the absorbent stuff which, was full of the fly poison or drank the fluid from the box in a sufficient quantity to cause his death at about 2 o'clock on Saturday morning. Coroner Rice took with him Fred I* Reat to act as clerk and impaneled a jury a f t e r reaching 1 the Chapman home, and the verdict was rendered in accordance with the facts. ATTEND SON'S WEDDING. Rev. W, S Calhoun of this city returned to his home on Friday evening from Peoria where he and Mrs. Calhoun went to attend the marriage of their son Wayne, to Miss Mable E Faber of Peoria on Thursday. Mrs, Calhoun did not return to Tuscola b u t went w i t h their son. Rev. Granvillo Calhoun to his home at New London. "\Vis., for a visit with his family. Their daughter, Mrs. Jesaie Swartz, of Chicago, who was also a guest at the wedding 1 , returned to Tuscola with her f a t h e r and will keep house for him u n t i l the return of Mrs. Calhoun. Mr. and Mrs Wayne Calhoun left Peoria soon a f t e r their marriage, via Lincoln, 111. The young Mr. Calhoun is city editor for the Lincoln Courier- IN CHICAGO HOSPITAL S. M. Reinhelmer of this c!-.y. Is In a Chicago hospital where he went last \\eclt for and examination for what appeares to be n.astoid trouble. Ho is suffering intense pain and his condition is said to be serious. There will be a musical at the Presbyterian church Thursday evenlngr o£ this week, given under the auspices oC tha Ladles' Aid society of that church. An admission fee wlli be charged. Surveyor W. E. Price was a business visitor in Newman Saturday. Oeorge England epent the day Saturday on' his fartn near RussellvtUe, Ind, Mm, Donald Eians of Peoria, who has been visiting relatives here, returned to her home ofi Saturday. The Woman's Missionary society of the Baptist church, will meet on Friday afternoon with Mra L. B. Harlan. Subject, "The Ncrro Race," Leader, Mrs. B. E. Gere. Tha C. W. B. M. of the South Side Christian church will meet on Thurodiy afternoon at the- church. L«ttdar, Mra. Elmer Murpby. Hostesses Mrs. I. L. Larimer, Mrs. J, C. Voorhis and Eli Murphey. County Superintendent of Schools. E. E. Gere, occupied the pulpit at the Bsptlst church Sunday morning. MARRIAGE LICENSES, Thomas S. Cassell, A r t h u r ; Claudia, M. Buschmann, Sullivan. Oley Russell Laughlln, Tuscola; Katherina Knoop, Arcola. Ora E. Bartlow, Newman, Ethel R. Decker, AVlnflold. Kan. VISIT CERRO GORDO. Laat Friday a party of about a half dozen Tuseola women members of the T. A. club, went by automobile to the home of Mr. and Mrs R. C Macy at Cerro Gordo, where they had been Invited by Mrs. Macey, who was a. member of the club durlnsr her residence. In this city. They arrived there before ths noon hour and Mm. Macey had prepared an elegant fouf course dinner for the patty. They spent the remainder of the day at the Macey home with a session of the club, meeting In the afternoon. A number oL Cerro Gordo women were invited as fe-uesti to meet the women from Tuscola. ENTERTAIN FOR DAUGHTER. Mr. and Mrs. J M Mercia gave 8 o'clock dinner Friday evening at their home on East Scott street for their daughter, Mrs. Donald Evans of Peoria, They bad at guests besides Mrs Evans, Mrs. Emma Peck, Mias Mary Hall and Misa Emma Calloway. Tht Standard Bearers society of the Methodist church will meet Tuesday «van- Inff at 7.30 o'clock at the parsonage with Miss Joy White. Frank Reed Post, G A R.. of this city, held Its regular moetlns Saturday afternoon at the post headquarters In the- county court house. On account of the absence of Rev. Mr. Fisher of the Presbvterlan church, the pulpit wait occupied Sunday by Rev. Mr. Mason of Bethany PIONEER AR*COLA WOMAN STRICKEN Arcola, June 29.--Mrs. Louis Grant, one of the pioneers of this section of the country, suffered a stroke of apoplexy Friday and is lying: at her home in this city in a serious condition. Her rig-ht side la affected and she Is unable to speak, though it is believed she Is conscious and able to recognize those who come to her bedside. She is seventy-eight years of agre and has a very ' small chance to recover. Tho familv were amonsr the earlv set- tlers In this section of the country. Her husband, the late Louis Grant, whose death occurred about four years »go, made his home at Bagdad for many years, being engaged in the manufacture of brick anil drain tile. Bagdad was a village on the banks of the Okaw river directly west of Areola and four miles distant, which passed out of existence after the Illinois Central railroad was built. The river is shallow there and in the early days it was possible to ford it when the water was low. At other times there was a ferry boat and 4. tavern for the accommodation of travelers. BOY GETS BAD FALI* Ora Stanford, ten year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Stanford, residing in the country ten miles southeast of Arcola, fell while climbing on a hay rack Friday afternoon and his head struck a. 2x4 timber lying on the ground, A long gash was cut over one eye. Dr. Morgan was summoned from Humbolt and sewed up the wound. TOLONO. Mrs. Ixu Hunt of Ft. Stcllacoom, Wain , arrived Friday evening for a. month'i visit with her brothers. George and Byron, Petti crew. Miss Ellen Sandwell scant a few days this week with Miss Winnie Moran. Joe Turner of Chicago, spent a few days this week with Mi uncle, J. T, Turner and family. Miss Margaret Reed of Chicago, ia spending a month's vacation here with her mother Mrs. A McGlnnls. Miss Alice Parry of Chicago. Is making a few days' visit with her sister. Mr«. A. S. Duell and family Miss Ruth Sooner left Friday to spend the summer with her aunt. Mrs Sam Barnett and family at Lincoln, Neb Mrs A H. Ciarbour Is in Chicago for a few days* visit with her sister, Mr§. Will Doonan and brother, Frank Gust Miss Haze! Cooper of Pesotum, who lived here a few years ago. expects to leave goon for LOB Angele*. Ca]., for the benefit of her health. Mrs. and Mrs P A. Macey left Tuesday to spend the summer with relatives In different sections of New York state. Mrs. William Redhed left Friday morning for a month's visit with her brother. Thomas ScedB at Lawrence, Kan. Miss Clementine Crawford left Saturday for Chicago, where she will enter the art institute for the summer. Tom O'Brien, who has been in Mercy hospital, Chicago, for an operation, has returned home much Improved. Rev. J. N Meeker was at Rantoul a few days last week attending the Epworth League convention. Edwin Moharry and U. I* Horton were In Indianapolis last week. They returned Saturday with the former's National car, which had been there since Decoration day. F J. yolghtrltter, who was taken to the Brunham" hospital Sundav for an operation Is now on the way to recovery. Mrs F J VolRhtrttter and daughters, El- ·le and Truikle, and Mrs. C. H. Thrash. [ bedsld* of tbale husband and father, who { camo *-"me from Carrol. P., to be at the I sick. 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NEW VOKK O!TV, Bonghl This Store will be closed every Thursday afternoon during July and August, Also, all day Saturday, July 4; but, will be open Friday evening, July 3, until 9 o'clock, BACHMAN BUILDING-NORTH MAIN AND PRAIRIE AVENUE. VACATION DAYS CALL FOR COOL NEGLIGEE AND COMFORT Traveling Vacation Underwear A Special Value in Crepe Gowns made K(\n in slipover style, at each «J vf V Crepe Combination Suits made in closed style and trimmed with lace, fl*-| A A at garment P A»UU Crepe Corset Covers, daintily trimmed with lace, at each Traveling and staying in Summer resorts where laundry facilities are uncertain and expensive, calls for underwear that is not easily soiled or mussed. There is nothing nicer in this line than the new crepe underwear which does not have to be ironed and is always ready. Our Muslinwear section is displaying a very complete line of this attractive wear at remarkably low prices: Crepe Drawers, either open or closed style, knickerbocker or skirt drawers, PJA/» lace trimmed, at each tlvr C/ Short Crepe Skirts to wear under 7P*/» short lingerie skirts, at each I OC Crepe Chemise with lace and em- d»-| A A broidery edge, at garment «1)J-«A'" Children 9 s Parasols and Handkerchiefs Children's Parasols in plain colors or with *TC « fancy borders, at each 50c to I tJ V Children's Parasols in plain pongee with colored borders, at each $1.00 and $1.25 Ladies' Plain Sheer Linen Handkerchiefs, with the new V-inch hem, at each lOc and 15c Ladies' Hand-made Armenian Lace Handkerchiefs at each Men's Soft-finished Cotton Handkerchiefs with 15c hem tape border, especially priced at each Men's Linen Handkerchiefs with %inch hem, at each lOc, 15c and .-... SUMMER CORSETS R. G. Corsets made of very light batiste, non-rustable and lightly boned. Shape is in low bust with medium or long skirt, especially designed for hot weather J»O AA wear, at garment $1.00, $1.50 and «p««il«UU Warner's Rust-proof Corsets made of very light batiste, non- rustable, topless, very low or medium bust, at each $1.00, ?1.50 and P. N. Corset, non-rustable, in all the latest mod- d»Q A A els at each $1.00, $1.50, $2.00 and «J5Q«UU G. D. Corsets, made of Summer batiste in the most up-to-. date models, at each $1.00, $1.50 and.' Tight-fitting Brassiers, a complete line made of cable net, with very short sleeves, and with shields attached, at each $1.00, $1.50 $2.00 Nemo Corsets in a variety of styles to suit all models, in reducing features, at garment $2.00, d(? A A $3.00, $4.00 and «P«J»UU SMALL WARES AND TO/LET ARTICLES Roger Gallet Rice Powder. This is an absolutely pure Rice Powder in flesh and white which we shall sell Monday and -J FT Tuesday in a 25c package for A I V of the best German silver. 50c .88c Scalloped Embroidered Edging, of extra fine quality, 6-yard pieces in all widths and fast colors, the lOc quality for 7c; 15c quality for lie; 25c quality 1 QA for IOC Buster Brown Hose Supporters, made especially for children's wear; are of extra quality elastic, have good clasps, and come in infants', boys' and misses' sizes, at pair 15c, 18c and Pretty Draw ^String Mesh Bags with tassel and ball trimming, made values for 42c; $1.00 values for Rock Bond Writing Tablet*, a splendid linen paper in ruled or unruled style, especially priced -| A^ today at 8 for ........... AUC Colgate's Floating Bath Soap makes a splendid lather, does not wash away easily, and is agreeably perfumed. Cake 5c or six cakes for .......... £}*vvrHua^ 25c "Mum," a snow-white harmless cream that completely eradicates. the odor of perspiration. A 25c box for

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