The Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois on June 29, 1914 · Page 10
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Page Ten LETTER TELLS OF ' UST Dr. Martin Writes of S. W. Johns' Ailment. · DETAILS OF FUNERAL Last Rites at First Presbyterian Church. T H E D E C A ! U K K E V i E W Monday Evening, June 29, 1914. Lived a Long Useful in Decatur. Life Mrs Anna F Murphj died at 8 c clock Monday morning at her home at 20 W est North street after a se nous illness of more than six months She had been in poor health for some Wind Unusually High- Green Leaves Blown. Only tho«e people of Decatur who were 1n the edge of t o w n or m the Would Not Allow Its Sale m Drug Stores. She had been in poor health for some , n o l n s otf t h e Osise hedge thing like two jears duo in large pin nrlc ]ak( , houts w o u l d not to a fall on in Ic sidewalk She has been as t t w a t feaie* the user confined to iftr home since about the capsized bj the wind firot of the veir and it has b e e n , ^ome of this mav soun countrj n e a i b y Saturdav and Sunday leilized how hteh the w i n d was It w a s so stioRg Saturda that it blew -- - ~ m " In Farte* be let out ·s might be WEST'MAIN SIDEWALK j k n o w n 'or weeks that she c o i l d not re cover A letter r me Mondav m o i n i n g f i o r a j £r Frank Mai t i n the cousin of Tud£?t- lohns at *^ in Fiancisco w ho m*t him on his arm a there telling of the ex act condition of ludge Johns lust be , fore his death and g i v i n g some i n f i mation as to the causes that has not been k n o w n before Th l e t t e r vv as written l u n e °4 fudge Johns died the night be'oie Tlu lettei w a s w r i t __ _ _ .. like exaggei- ation but it is the literal t r u t h On some of t i e c o i t n t i v i o n d « where the w i n d got a straight sweep f l e s h green l e a v e s 1 le v off the trees until the l o a d v v a v w a s t peted w i t h leave*- and in places w h e i e the h t d f e e w a s h gh t h o i n s w e i e t ken off the l e i v e s eo H M u i p h j n t h a t v e i l \bout tint that a u t o m o b i l e H i e s w o u l d oome In w i t h d o r e n s of thru n t h a t Ind been I i ked i p in t h e t o i l At m a n v f a r m houses a l t h o u g h s at w a s s t i f l i n g h o t t h e w i n d o w s c o mtv I ontiac in 1S61 I n i l v w a s b o t n in G r e e n b n e i \\ \a in 3 S 4 0 She came t o , 111 in 1^06, and to Decatui | She vvas m a i r i e d to Kobert On South Side, Edward to Haworth, Ordinanced. time thev e s t a b l i s h e l the r home Vorth stieet and Mrs l i v e d there p i a c t i o a l l y M u r p h y has ill of her life Mr vir phv one of the citv i u since M r M m p h v o n e o t e c v s since vir iiuu i u closed b e c a u s e the wind came in earliest and best k n o w n music teach- .,,,,__o stiong ten at the request of Judge lohns to tell in full of his condition just as the « " -- - ; " ' · " ··-- - · · · · -·-,--"-" - phMMclan at ir J i a n c «co h d told it ?rs and deileis in musicil i n s t r u m e n t s ln sOme p]ac( ., ,,,,,( , v o u l d he ,,,,,,, ,, to Dr Martin ' d i e d in 1174 1 ! out ot a corn f i e d in a gi eit c l o u d al- A f r e i mentioning the tjjns'er o f ) Mrs M u i p h j had in hei h o m e thcr| u,oush no one w i s w o r k i n g in the l u d g e Johns from the St Francis h i el to St L u k e s hospital where Dr Mrs M u i p h j had in hei h o m e therl in the sev nties a kinriergaiten thai vvas i r o b a o l j the first kindergirteif in Decatur Befoie that and for man: j e a r s a f t e n v a i d s at d i f f e i e n t time- she tai sht in the p u b l i c schools uallv *n the p u m a i j grades She taught in the old Cl urch s t i e u school at the cornel of N o i t h stieet Manv of the most p r o m i n e n t and best k n o w n men and w o m e n in the city h a v e been in hei classes and r t m e m b c r her as tl eir most mte estmg and i n s p i r i n g a t t a c K of B i . g h t s Disease of the K a teache, She gave ill of her stiongth n e v s and also i tubercular sland m of mind and bodr to her pupils For the back near the waist line w h i c h rnny jears vis tors to the city schools caused all those bick pains that troub weie a l w a y s sent to hei room as be led him thiee v e a i s ago "Of couise the aoita is his inimedi ate complaint ard it looks to me per Martin had left h i m on the nii?ht of I ne °4 at S p m the lettei cont nues VNELKI'sM OF A01 TA "1 told h i m ( C o r r v ) that the doc 01 diagnoset* h s case v e i v much as hid been the ease three j e a i s igo w h e n ie h id the attack here The diagnosis then as now was ind is ineurism of the aorta which means dilation of the a o r t a tlie large a r t e \ leading from the h e a i t "This phvsicnn s a v s he his a slight a t t a c K of B l i g h t s Disease of the k d t h o u g h no one wa fields The g i o i r d h i d be n \ v o i k e d u n u s u a l l y fine am! the w i n l was -«o strong t h a t it could pick the e a i t h up b e t w e e n the l o w s and m r j it aw a} T h i e e drug stores \\ere granted per mi t to se 1 ! liquor for medicinal p u i poses by the citv council Monda^ All membei s of t i ^ council but Con mis sioner R u t l i r a u f f % oted to giant the p e i m i t s "Mr R u t h r a u f f opposed it Oth ei t ouncll m mbers seemed somc\\ hat s u r p i i ^ e d at his v o t e W h j I thought u e ha*3 taiketl this t h i n g m er and hid an u n d e i s t r u ding about it said Commissioner B e c k t r -.,.,, as verv serious I paw him great manj times d u r i n g his othei ll' ness but ne ei saw him so weak as he -s now I h e aesophacrtis is e n t h e l v losed so thit he innot get a n v ' h ng into his stomach lie has hafl nelt'lci ing the place in trt D e c a t u i schools to sec the best teaching Mrs M u i p h v w is secretary of the Soldiers \id sorietv the oig r i/ation oort or drink for 16 hoi r= w h ch s n I of w o m e n f o i m e d di ring the wai to as sist the men a t ^ h e front She was since g u l l ood a m e m b e r of the P r e s b v t e t i m church and foi manv v e a i s a membei of the Decatui Ai i class In any soci v e i v weakening ·S\ \\TED HIM MO\ED The let*er cont lined that the ph lan had especiallj wished *- ·-· to T u d g e Jonns removed, to the hospital to take measures for g i v i n g him nou r'shment and closed bv saying fiat if Jud2re«Johns w a= alive w h e n the lettci "ached Decatur his charces to* r» nrerv should be as f a v o r a l l e ab th»v ere the other time i etv or circle of w m r h she was a mem bei she n a s a c t i v e and prominent tl rough the foice of her strong c h a i a c ter and oright and original mind Hei have ' acquaintances w e r e alvvavs her f r i e n d s Wabash Road Engine Foreman Recovers from Illness. Lee \\ et/ the p o p u l i r ^ ll a«h i oa 1 f o t e m a n of engines who ins been f o i c e d to g i v e up h b ] l i c e on the l o i d 'or mam months p ist on a c c o u n t of s e i i o u s illness e x p e c t s to r e t u r n t o dim in Decatur t h e first of J u l 5 Mr \\etz has a l m o s t f u l l v r e c o \ e i e d 'i o n his illness and to them she was a l v v a v s most in teresting and i n s p n i n g :\o matter V F. HCLM \ISITS A w al m w e l c o m e w a s accorded M w h a t subject ^ya= mentioned or w h a t l a n c i -\i ts v 1- H u m In foi mer ass plan w a s u n d e r discussion she gave it e l a t e s of Mr Helm at ^A abash h e * n*.t l l f V i t Al' a f l l f f f r e n f a n d unseen m i a i t d i a " \ f n n H f l \ m n i n l n p - w l l p n t v. specnl meeting of the 1 oird of supervisor^ will be cilled bv Chaiini n S B Stewart for Tuesdiv afternoon to attend t i e funeral ot Judge Tohn Practicalb all the m^mbei from ou vide the citv were i n t o w n M o n r t i v m o r n i n g to 1 " ngr their election returns to Countv Cleik Pemwell anc 1 all ev pressed themselves in favor of asking the chairman to c ill a special meeting * T'-e} w i l l m e e t at the c o u i t n o i s e at uen light or a d i f f e r e n t and unseen turn bv her l e a d j and striking words She was al ve to all the activities of the world and conveised mo^t intelligent Iv on nearly a n j subject under discus sion in the newspapers magazines or books ot the div Probablv no one has made bettei use. of the Decitm p u b l i c 1 1 r i r v thin she has Alra Murp iv R i v e s as near relatives t w o sin= C h a r l e s ] M u r p h j of Deca t u t Alfred I M u r p h v of St Louis and Alls I l m i s o n Meeih of Missoun A all e v . Il a sistei H . N F R M . The f u n e r a l w i l l be hele! it 2 o clock Tuesdav afteinoon at the lesltlence 3"0 ^ est North street Petition (o Council--\e Turned by Hand. A r tition w a s re"el\efl bv the citv council Mondaj from the owners ramscrs nd cpei itors ot the m o v i n g cture t h e a t e r s In the citj a s k i n g the council to amer d t e e ectnc or l!mnce «o as to allow them to ! o clock ind go in a bod to tlie Fust .. ..~. ...... --- - P i e s b i t e r i m chinch where the sou, mffff^T^.f^-mnc cf\O v i c e s w i l l l e held at =! o clock T icsfliy WANT MOTORS F UK ilternoon The mte ment w i 1 he il^ i r e e n w o n l b \r MLMOrl S-L- 'Ihe m e m r e r s of the Mac on C o u n t j Bar as-ociation w i l l h i v t . their menu r i a l exercises for Tucler Johns at_ J o clock Tuesdiv i f t e t n o o n in the cir t i n t court loom Th b i r members w i l l liter attend the f tnei il In a I mlv Corwin H Tohns son of S 'Vi Tohns ind nephew of Judee Johns has i,ot e to Kansas Citv Mo to meet the 1 odv T.V. alter H Mills J R t itzcer lid "\V T v ·« Htficld and I \ Buckingham the o-nmittee from the Bir association left Mondav forenoon for 't Louis and will accomnanv the body back to De atur " i r i v m i r here al out 10 o clock tonight \EIGHBOFI\G LuVNIERS OOMF The attendance at the funeral will be' arge \ \ o i d w a s r e c e i v e d M o n d a j that i bout tvventv law v ers fiom Clintoi vould be here and that other large delegations of attornevq would come from Champaign Urbana Sullivan Montlcelio and Tuecola G A. R. TO ATTEND There w 11 be a called meeting ot C \ E post luesdav at 4 p m to attend t l e fune-il of Comrade Judge Johns Mondav m o i n i n g w h e n t i e s u p e r i n t e n d e n t stopped off here on his w a home a f t e i a n e x t e n d e d v a c a t i o n t r i p Thl i the first t i m e Mr Helm lias been see i in D e c a t u r smce his sr nous illness and the men who had w o r k e d w itl and u n d e r h m d i n i n g t h e ve is lie wab cl lef d spatcher and t r a i n m a s t e r of th old M i d d l e D H I S I O I met him w i t h o itstretched hands The supei n t e m l c n t took I u n c 4 he"e and expects to take the Banner I im ited to Chicago before go n? to Detro t and l e s u m m g his tha ge of the north e r n d i v i s i o n TLST COllrOLND Mlnince 10 as to allow them to in-i btall electric 1 dri en picture machines l|li||nn Vt present the oidmarce does not l|yt||n permit this and tlii. operators m u s t l i l l U H l \ f t e r m o n t h s of w o i k ind e\pcii me nts t i e \ \ i h a s h v a t u i engineer!] g d e p a r t m e n t i n Decatlu is r t a t v to test out i rc\v int f o a m compo md v v h c h has V e e n e v o l v e d in the local l a b e r a t o \ to el mtnate this e v i l in engine o p e i a tion W A Pownall It t for the Mo berlv d i v i s i o n Sunda\ e v e n i n g w i t h enoi gh of the compound to m a k e tl 01 o igh tests orfventiiies r i n m n i , o v c i that d i v i s i o n a n d if t h e v i t o v e su c c c s f ul he w i l l set to w o r k on oca! d i v i s i o n e n g i r e s 1_ -: M I S T PL V \ K \ IADLCT Major EMineen said t h e r e \\as com plaint t h a t the \\ aba*h \ i a d u u on \\ ftbt .Lldoiado treet did not hn e a n j Door ing in il j u s t the ties t a i l s and sup ports, and t h a t cinders \\ater and othei m a t t e r f r o m trains dropped do\\n on people pissing along He o f f e ed a m o t i o n tl at the Ut at o i n e \ i n s t i u c t the railroad to i m m c d l a t 1; put in a liable f l o o r in the bi dgt, to p r u u n t i leakage thiougrh to tlie street Thi motion earned Let thun ^pend p a r t of that ? O G j t h t \ got f i o m the cit\ on it suggest d BecKu \ M t \ S BUX.R.LL M a j o r D nneen a o m idt j ej o t t h a t tl e 11 \e\* t ctttetm \ ie \ an 1 M n etta stic L nn i "Marietta and I i id " ot \ n, D; e CPI were 1 kt.d nt Ll c L i L cud b t i c I l l i n c s Leu i B M t c h tra ! and 111 noi J ract on b It 1 i\f il ere Ln,in B no croTiiiBs 01. r t h t « ir Us The n t t ^ i w a s reter 1 0 the Lorporntion Louneel to tuke up n th tl o=e roadg to h a \ e tl cm place cro a igi 1 re R l i i H - s l U L L T tI \ D I S O Coinmissiontr F u t h r a i ff repoitod t h a t the id of He i Koon e foi pr ding ! u t h ^tri, t fi m Frank n w e " to the pi i pi g s t a t i o n u i the lo« e=t I id on tha l iLt ua*? av 1 id w HE J f WORKERS TO ELECT OFFICERS Special DiKtrnt Contention nt l'«nli to T,0(al No "St of t i e I n i t e t l M i n i V V o r k p i s tvill meet in then h ill 1 e-c ruesda\ niffht at 7 3u nt w h i c h t i m e t h t \ \Mll Iiolrt the ann ul election of officers Othei i m p o t t i n t hifiness in resard to the speci tl c l i s t t l c t c o n \ e n tion to be held at P i n s on Tun - vit 1 George Francis and Eugene Knowles Arrested. come ir come ir Till 1 - special r m v p n t i o n will be for the purpose of l m c « t i s r i t l n p r and t a k i n g some action over the sholtise f o u n d i n t h e IETTFB* OP SYMPVim. Many letters ha%e come to the family rf Judge Johni beirms T.ords of sym -·pathv pna i o » i n 5 the hlsh regard in ·which h» wis hi Id K-. active anl prominent men all over the country ^onp h i \ p been more heartfelt o- expressive of deep feelings in a life-long f n e r d - =hlp than one from Henri Lamm chie' iustice of the s i p i e m e conrt of the state of Mi«=oun Judge Tohns and Judge Lamm tiere college nwto^ The letter in iti opening 1 oaraTiph t^lls ot pi in=i that had been made for a reunion of their^-la-.s at t h e ProtectU e degi. \nn Irbor hut ' t h e a f f l i c t i o n s of acre | lion of Tobov r i i n p in bodv and couraee intervened TCNDER T R T E N D S H t r rh« letter continues ·You mu t let those ·aho are not Dound to him b\ ties of b l o o J share m j o u r ffrief O ir -souls wpre knit to him h\ tende-r memorie-! tl it no f Icht of tears weakened As for me I c in not tell vou hon lad I am Foi f o u r yeirs we wrote each other some times frequently I watched his career with tht Interest of T brother and he flid m i n e No relation Goa vouch'-afed to me was deemeu more tender and sacred than my friendship for h m I can trust mv^elf to w r i t e no more at this time W i l l vou sa\ to his mother foi me that she has mi s v m pathj I sorrow not a§ she does for no man can sorrow like a mothei but I sorrow for m\ friend w h o is lost to me. 1 sorrow for the deni mother o" my friend *od b" w i t h her If I did not believe Bhe will meet him again 27 CANDIDATES - GIVEN DEGREE T w e n t \ seven r i n d i d tes w e i e si (m in the class ndol ,,, , , 41 W o o d m e n of the \\orld fcundiv afternoon About t w e n t people i n c l u d i n g the d r i l l f n m and officers were o\ei from ^prmfir field The were met bv a local com mittee composid of Hirrv Tohn«on T " Iajman an I O f Odor and taken Greidei s f n d i n n e r The -state George Francis n n d E u g e n e K n o w l e s ci irrested Alondav m o t n i n g on i cht-'Kc of c l l i n ? I i q u o i in an a n t i ;aloon t i r r t o i v P h e i e was a st it \ a r i i n t f f cn-h d n l a c i t \ w a u a n t for each tl o .1t w i n a n t s being- thf f u s t u n d ( r t h e new o i d i m n c e Both Ra f bond if ?-00 eirh on th« stite w i l i a n t s and $100 ea h on the citv w i n i n t s to ippcn lor a Keir nt? , at 1 o clock Wednesdav a f t P i n o o n In TM[7t?!?ic L f! G i l e s com! T i e com p l a i n i n g w i t n e s s Is Paul t Haas « h o claims he p u r L h a s t d vvhiskev' from them Sundai at the t ranr-is place 116 18-20 North i r a n k l m street mv sorrow would be more of that hope is h«r«- The solace WILL SHUT OFF WATER TONIGHT for Installation of Water Pipe at Prairie anil North Main Commissioner Harr.y Rnthrauft and liis men ire planmnfr to Install i twelve-inch water pipe at the intei- section of Prairie and North Alain torlght For that reason the w a t e r vt ill be shut ol( from 11, until 4 a in , on Nartr Mam from Lincoln square to Prairie on Prairie from Merchant to Vonroe and on Edward from sraln to W Illiam li will also be shut off on Merchant street manager wis present j n l tnsta led the newl elected o f f u c r s of the clmp MOWEAQUA MAN WINNER OF AUTO J W . StombnnKb Earna llacblne While He \ttencla to Hla Corn. T 'U Stombiugh of Moweao.ua bieedel and shippei of swine has just received word that he was the winner of a Ford five-passenger automobile in a subscription contest conducted by th(. Prairie Faimei The machine has been shipped to him Dining the time he was out getting subscriptions Mi Stcmbaugh al«o attended to work on h B fort ac"es of coi n He Is busv thanking his friends w h o aided him in securing the automobile HASTIE CASE IS DISMISSED The case ipamat Thomas Hastii. chuiged \ ill --elHngr 1 quor In anti saloon territor as dismissed in Justice U G Gilt, B court thiq afternoon He wa.8 immediately ar ested on Information filed against him In t f county court on the same charge CHILD DIES OF SCARLET FEVER Ruth frimford, Vsrert Seven, \icilm ot Dlsense. Puth C l a w f o i d seven v ear old daughter of Mi md Mrs Hairv C r n v f o l d ]"1S North B i o a d w i v died it 12 1» M o n d a v a f t e r n o o n of srailet fe v e t She h a d been sick for about n i n e d a v s She leaves a f a t h e r mother ind s t e p s i s t e r \ e r r n C r a w f o i d M r ( r a w f o t d is s p e c i a l agent or the A a n dalia railroad I uneral u n n g e m e n t s h a v e not been made W. H. STARR MAKES WONDERFUL FIGHT Slill \llte But o Hope i« Held Out for Hln nceover^ T-he londition oE "W H Starr has c r a n g e r t but little in t w e n t i - f o t t r ! ours, according to attending physi ciana His strength is^withstanding the illness w o n d e r f u l l v but he is mak Ing a losing fight it Is thought No hope is held out foi his recoie 1 -} and he may die at am hour B W CAMPBELL HCRE B W Campljell of Clncmna'i a r m e d Sundav noon called bv the serious ill ness of W H S t a i r Vr Campbell and Mr Starr h a v e been cl se friends for ·o\er f o r t \ \ ears ^ M \ D F NO To U is Commissioner Ru h r a u f f made no repl and the meeting pioceeded The three d r u g stoies getting per mlt; - n t r e the Decatur DrJg: c o m i a n % V r c h l e T D a v i s and W i l l i a m D o w n e v J M B i o u n b a c k and S L. \\ Uker were the bondsmen for the fir = t t w o and E r Keni ed\ and J L, C o r s t i n e r for the last RLTHK-VUPF S ST\NL A f t e i the meeting Mi R u t h r a u f f said he Ind \ o t e d against a l l o w i n g d i u g sto es to seil I i q u o i because the ma j o r l t \ 01 \oters had derided a g i i n c t the salt of l i q u o r in this t o w n s h i p He said that before the local option election he had often - \ o t r d licence-! to "=aloon men against h ·= \\i\l becui^e the people Vi ai ted saloons N o w be t = a \ s the peo pie do no w a n t places % \ e r e liquor is sold ^L\\ I R FILLED ^ ITH MLD C R Collier in a l e t t e r to the coanci! complaine 1 t h a t a pit inbor reccnt!\ do inor some w o i k f o r h i m f o u n d that t h e l l o i t s t e a d l a t e i a l seuer in place^ \\ as I i r t l filled \ v i t h mud and s i n l in some places heint? filled almost i t the top Tl 1= Is a ne%\ lateial lot c i ac cepted b\ tl e c o u n c i l rommis^ioner Ceckc-r s tid the ciU e n s m e e had a pron i«e f r o m the contractor A i t h u r B i t that t h e ^euer ^\ o Id be c l e a n e d out However the c o u n c i l \ o t e d to in U i u c t the engineer to =ee to it that i t s\ a* cleaned out An injunction w a s issued bs Circuit Clerk John Allen on t h u order of M i = ler in Chancery "W H Bla"k Mondav aftei nocn restraining \\ H S u f f e r n from cutting 1 u n d o j tlie wall of the b u i l d i n g o w n e d b j M^s M a r j A Alattes an 3 w hiLh a d j o u i nb Mi S u C f o r n s ;round on the n o i t h SHE REFLSED The basement of the Suffern building is to be several feet deene r than that of the Mattcfa b u i l d i n g and n w o u l d be ' neccc arv to m a k e the ba c °ment n a i | l o w e i or u n d e r m i n e her south w a l l and bolster up u n d e i it He as^ed permis s o n to do t h i s « \ e r a l da^-s tgo but f e a r i n g th it It w o u l d eaken he v all M' ^ Mattel* refused- Mr S u f i e r n vent ahead a n w a v hence t h e i n j u n c t i o n John A Mattes said M o n a a j that It w o u l d be i n lo^bibie to p o u i con rete under a w a l l so t h a t it w o u l d f u i n l s h s i p p o r t t h r o u g h the entire thickne s of t h e w a l l and to p r o v e it he dug t h r o u g h the top of one of the pier« put in bv Mi b Cfern The concrete Jtne up f! is! \ \ i t l the outte- edge of the w a l l b u t f e l l a\%av t o w a r d t h e inMde vnhere u lacked several inches of touch ins: the w all rk J d th to him l i e otal of ^ u i v a i k ordlnantee n a i e read l o r the fi --t time p r o \ t i t n g foi the f o l l o w I n p \ alk" ^\ i B t slac Broadi a\ from alley south of 1 ports a \ e n u c north to present bncU w a i k . _ _ 11 nois from Lantrell »oulh to p f c p n t \ \ a l K N o r t h side \ V r = L Main from Church u e * t 0~ fen so th i do vv ebt M a i n from Ed \ ard to Ha \ rlh N o r l h side f orrest fiom sipel to first alie\ IS 13AD «H \PF ilajor Blnneen also calle I dltoi tl n to the f i t that since "VWsL Gretn street hid been PA\ c 1 tho cond t o n o f t h c « i l l o i t h c south = te of hat stieet fro n V an D \ k e ea=t to Briqht street u i! nor"1 tlian It oie pa\ ins riinl he ask 1 tint an o i d i m u e be pi "ed for a walk t h e r e Since p a \ m g tint street this uallv has been l e f t do ^ n in a d"cp hole that s covered n n h m i d an 1 \ \ T t e r in had ejlher The eldeualk c o n t r a c t o r s 1 oml of R v\ l i u l l c \ \\as read and a i p r o % e d The i a r o l l of the street l e i a l t n e n t l i s t n eek \ ·: ^^l" n 1 of the tcr in I r ^ el lei jrlmcnt C] MISS GARDNER IS NEW TEACHER It eio mm ended lor Plute In JDctaMir Schools bv ,T O FnRlemnn s u p e r i n t e n d e n t of School^ J O Fu pieman MondTv recommended to the 1 oard of education the n p p o i n t m e i t oC Mi"? Marie ^gne^ t a i d ^ e i as a gi i " teacher m the Decatur school" MI s ardenr is g i a d u a t i n g this year f i o m the Chai lesion State Njuip il sch iol an I is hlgrhl-v recommended h j Pro 1 -! l e n t I ord of tint i n s t i t u t i o n MIS 7ENRIN LEAVES Mi«s I p n k m s ^ ho lesigned her po i t i o n as teacher hei e left Monda noon for Bloomington and a f t e r a \ I " i t ther w i l l go to DeKalb thence to St Paul to attend the N a t i o n a l E d u c a t i n n f l l soriation mfe-ting" Then Mie ^ i l l \\s\l w h i l e in Detroit Hei sistei l e f t Monda\ for a \ I a i t In Madison "\A l a t e r the t u o w i l l go to New To! k to attend Columhid college MARRIED. MEETINGS. Olive Branch Camp No 218 R N of A -Degree utaft will mee' tn Odd Fellows hall on North Main street at 2 30 Tuesday afternoon for practice / MARRIAGE LICENSES. Roj L Noel «pr!nKfie!d ' Mabel Dix Faith ^arrensbuig Tohn ^ Mclntoih \ V h l t e Heath Roso E Mostler \ \ h i t e Heath William A Somrrer Decatur Hi ma v\ SeyEer Decatur Legal Legal TOE* EDS MORRISON Miss Margie Morrison and C l i f f o r d R ("offeen both of Deratur w t i e married d t 9 o Uock S u n d a j m o r n l n e in the pistors st t d v in the First M e t h o d i s t church Rev E M \ntrlm o f f i c i a t i n g Thev were acLompinied b Agnes Me Dermott H a r r v Si.'riter and others Mr C o f f e e n Is a drug Ueik The x o u p l e -nil mike their home at 414 \\est Grand avenue Charged With Cutting Under Another Wall. Scraps of News. H L. SCHALL BETTER After an Illness of several weeks H U. Schall was able" to return to his duties at his store Monday morning ICE CREAM SOCIAL The Ladies Home Circle w i l l give an ice cream social at the home of H G Park one mile south of Bear=dale Wednesdav evening, July 1 MRS CALD^FLL RETtRNfe Mrs George Caldvveli i c t u r n e d home Saturday night from Huncle Ind where she had been called bj the serious illness and death of her bistei Mrs L M Klein M i s Klein was well known in Decatur as she has visited Mi = Caldwell several times 500 Men Expected to Attend Gathering. C o f i e e and n.e water w i l l be the d i n k a it the Iivv enforce iient b a n q u e t he held T h m s l i v e v e n i n g at the bt Mil! odist church Tickets f o i the b a n q u e t ale now on sale among t h e v a r i o i s c h u r r h c ^ It is honed to h v c it h i b t oOO n en at th s b a n n u t t The 1 a n q u e t w i l l be s e r v e d it C 30 r c h u g e of the vv o m e n s do orgim /ation \ program of addresses w i l l fce gi\ en AT CONVEMIOS Rev C n J e n n e s , Dr and Mrs S E McClelland, and A H Mills attended the Pentl to«libhi| £unda\ school con\ e n t i o n at Sanne- Chapel S u n d a y morning Dr Jennei and Mr Mills spok» AT BOT.RBON Mrs Elmer Lvons and son Robert a i e spending a few d a \ s at the home of Mis Lyons mother in Bourbon II! Thev expect to remain there o \ e r the Fourth FRED KRESIN BF1TKR Fred KreMn Is ill at his home 936 N Charles He is i m p r o v i n g BONLS VAC VHON' Mrs D H Bonus w i l l leave for Chi cago Tue c dav w h e r e she w i l l visit her relames Mr Bonus w i l l join her there about the last of J u l v w h e n thei w i l l go to northern Wisconsin to spem tlie l e m a l n d e r of the summer Mr bo nus w i l l return to Decatur In the fall to l e b u m e teaching BLILDINGS P O I N T E D 4 M Babcock and I E w m g have just f i n i s h e d putting on two coats of paint on the buildings on Mr Bab cock s farm near Oreana CHOIR P'CMC Ihe choir of St Johannes German Lutheian church w e n t to Farles park for a picnic S u n d a j afternoon l e a v i n g on the 1 30 i n t e r u r b a n They spent the a f t e r n o n and e v e n i n g in the park a n J had supper together \bout thirty or f o i t y w e r e in the c i o w d CHIEF \LLFN OLT Chief ot Police t Or Allen was able to be at his office Mondav aftei being confined to his home for thiee dav s bv in attack of stojnach t r o u b l e DAFFODIL CLT B TO MEET The D a f f o d i l club w i l l meet M ednes dav a f t e r n o o n w i t h Mrs Rose Fullen- widei U64 North Lnion street The meilbeis h a v e been i n v i t e d to t a k e supper w i t h Mrs 1 i l l e n v v i d e i The w o m e n w i l l b r i n g t h e i r sewing or f a n c v w o r k It is d e s t i e d that all members who are in the citv attend the m e « t i n E DEFECTS H ATHLETICS. St Louis at Cleveland game poife* p c n e d . rain Two games tomorrow. FIRST GAME Boston 0 0 3 1 1 0 0 1 1 -- " 12 S, Phila 0 0 1^0 0 0 0 0 0--1 6 I 1 Batteries-- Leonard and Carrigailj Bush Brown and Schang New Tork . -- ... ...... * « W a s h i n g t o n . ..... .0 * Battened-- \\ arhop and Nunamakei; Boehling and Kt-nr P h i l a d c l p h f T dt Roston Both gimes pott* ponpd \vet g i o u n i s T u o games tomorrow and tu 0 \\ ed ^3\ 1 11 *T G V M L Brook! n o 2 0 1 1 1 1 2 Ne \ ^ork n r 0 8 0 0 0 Bitteriefe -- Puckct and Mct_art Demarce ind Meiers IfcDl.IiAL. P i u = j g!i a BuTa o post] nned cold TROOPS CALLED TO PITTSBURGH P i t t l u r g h Tune °9--Sheriff Oeorgo \\ K l c i a i d s tMs a f t e i noon called * n the st-i'e for assistance in tiic \\ e t- ingho -50 = t r i k e and t i o o p O of t h a state c o n s t i u l a r \ u n d e r Captain I '». A d a m = w 's ordered to entrain nt G - e v n « ·,, for Fa--t P i t t s b u r g h Tl "jr *-rou!d i e ch th it plicp hv 5 p m 1 he s t t o e t s w e r e t h r o n g e d w i t h excited "inkers w h e n the n e w s reach t their t it the tioope s were on their w av Chicago Institutions Small Bank. Back Ceremony at Church of Nazarene on July 12. The new c h u r c h b u i l d i n g elected b\ t h e Pentecostal church of the N'azar cue w i l l be d e d i c a t e d S u n d i v J u l v 12 R \ I G Mai t i n of Chicago w i l l preach t i e d e d i e i * o i \ sr nion Other v i s i t i n g mn iste s n i l be here T h r c services w i l l be held m o i n i n g -\ftei i oon and cveningr J he b u i l d i n g will be completed bi tl Tt t u n 't has been t e c t e d at d cost o ?4 noc ai d Is a noil l i t t l e s t r i c t u r e It contains one 1 irge md 01 c « n i i l l oom w h i c h can be t h r o w n tccrcthe PRAISES WORK ON CITY'S BOOKS Auditor s l- Sims ^Inken Ilciomnienda~ lions for Cbaui;rM That 1 e hid found the c i t v s books kent in an vccurate md o r d c i l \ conr 1 ! t t o n W T S the s ibstanco of A detailed report m a d e 01 1 bv \ u d i t o r ^ F fcuns to the citv co i n c i l "\sondav m o r n i n g Mi binis ns j u s t completed the an nual i ulit of the c i t v s 1 oak*: H report W T S a p p r o v e d and the remaind i of the a m o u n t due him ?2SO w a = 01 derctl paid Mi ^ims n i i d t _ R n n m h e i of minoi recommei 1 ition 1 - but t h e v T i e to c p u t i n t o e f f e c t m l w i l l p i o b a b l v n e ccsiitatL t h e emplovmc: of one moie clerk He sii'fcire'ited the keel in? · r a ledc:ei and l e i s t e r foi keemns: v Pe cial I'-ses^mpt c i o u n t j , ind r "\ k e e p i n g e t c h iccotint " e p a i T t e l v His reion m e n d i t i o n = w c i e l e f e i i e d t o MT v o i D i n n c e u who w T« I n s t r u c t e d t ) w o r k w i t h Afi «nns in d r i v v i n g u p i form of p i s e fo 1b so hooKs IN \ R C O L \ Kev and Mrs T N Fw ing are «pend- in s a few da's in \reola FIRE The f i r e d e p a r t m e n t nas called to e\tinguish a frrais f i l e at the foot of East Main and the Illinois Central Mond a v afternoon it p 1 out 1 4y No dam igc was done GLES1 OF Mi«s Ida D i l i e a of a h e l b v v i l l e is the gi est o' W H Fagcn and f a m i l j at 115o \ \ e - t Eldorado street ^ S _o t \ i Iv LO^ E SIGNb Billv L o v e a Decati i w i e s t l e i won a mat h at S p r i n g f i e l d Sunday a f t e i "noon igai ist I v a n R o m a n o f f a R u s t, ui w i v t l e The m i t c h w a = st t cf a t t h e Sprmg'ield b i l p a i k I ic igo J u n e · -- 1 lee h u n d r d pc n-- mostlv f o i e i g n e v were In II 10 w h e n t h e N o i t h \ v e i i u e " ue B i n k o p . c cd it" d o o i s lodav and tl e run beg u ^ i t u r d a v wa* i c s u m e d Publicltv a t t e n l l n g tin liilure of t o l o i i m e i M u n d iv b a n k « i^ held re«pou- "·il le On - - u i i i d n the North \ v e n i a | b a n k paid out J "001 nd w h e n t h o doors opened t o U a d \ ?' "CO In cu l e n c v J o i n e d bv t h e Co t i n e n t a l in I C o m m e i c i i l Trust and · v l n g s Bank. the large c t 1 i n k i n g m ^ l l t u t i o n in the c i t v wa- piled in p a i n ·· ght to reas- PLI 1 LC1L.1 '-Ol \ F M Piesident r t nold- ol the 'ontl nentil and Commi- e i i l ·· ited t h a t tha N o i L i \ v e t i u e bank is p e r f e ^ t h «ol- v e n t and tint it w i l l he g i v e n all llm f u n d s neces^a \ to meet i h e extraortl- i n d u v and u n c i l l e d for diiin r h CASO Tune » O f i r - i l announecnrnt 01 ihp Lu hallp ^tr t *i i i-s b a n k s ton 11- tlon as r porn 1 l Pinli- \ H n k l n of «1 "41 m l n o i { I I P u I t T d » tlie 1 ink t » \v ore hr i 1 1 ! Noll's ! ' agm _ I hr«p ni i a n j rotin n c l v nib S -1 I 1 -· 11 o ip-urrp t« n f t l l u r c for Of I. T. S. Business--U. Equipment Sold. S. 'DECATUR BAR TO HANDLE MATTER Scientv f aw»ern to \ ntr on ^uc* pi to J o h u w C oticei n i n j ? th* ippoin merit of * catur Democntir 1 u \ ro n the Inte J u d g e "tt c Mini* f n bencl the i n d i c a t i o n - rn the ma w i l l be pas*"d on h m e m h r r of Maonn Coull(^ B t r a « » « « r r i a t i o n *1 in tins i n s t a n c e in 1"! * a]] l i \ \ in t h e c o u n t Thei-e ue i l it *· \fnt\ liw n « Aliron Li)iint\ it thi 1 - t i m P o l i t i c tlle^ ^ro t h j u ^ h t t o f t r l h M o d a«* On July 4--Other Engage- meats of the Summer. T h i s w e e k - - concert b v t h e Goodman h i id w i l l be in Cential park I h u r s d a v niaht The Gooiluni band has been en- caged to pi i v at the T o m t i v club l u l v 4 i f t e i r o o n and n i g h t T h i r t j men W i l l be i sed In eaih progiam The b a n d w i l l be pi etu well occupied dur i n g \ug-u*t It his been engiged to plav f o r t h e r h a u t a u i u a a t ^ h p l b j v i l l e Aiisr 1 and " On Vug 6 the band w i l l p]a for t h p Grocer* association picnic The oand w i l l he at Camp Lincoln near S p r i n g f i e l d A u g 16 to 21 Inclusive The M t e l l e r band w i l l p l a j at Fair- b u r v Julv 4 M INTOSH--HOSTLER, lohn S Mclmosh and Miss Pose E Hostlei both of TMiite Heath were married in Decatur Mondas the cere monv being performed bv ludge O W amith at the court house at noon PKCK-MACKE1 T r e v a M Mackev and Cecil \V Peck both of Monticello were man ed at 3 o clock Sunfiav afternoon in the First Methodist parsonage the pastoi Rev E M Antrim o f f i c i a t i n g Thev were a t t e n d e l bv Mr gpd Mrs R a l p h Bear Mr Peck is a mechanic The couple w i l l make their home In Monticello SMASHED WHEEL OF NEW HUDSON Carl Dick Meets with Accident at Bloom- Ing tan Carl Dick 440 "U e^t Miron street smashed a. w hee 1 of his new Hud«oi car Sunda\ at Bloornington Tt had riined in that town tnd some *-tnets wore erv Mtpperv Mr Dick " car skidded and wa-; driven with force aga n=t a curb He will have a new wheel after a dav or t w o HOUSE PASSES GAMBLING BILL "Washington Juno 29 --The Le\er bill designed'*to p h m l n a t e gambling 1 features In cotton exchanire 1 - w a g passed by the house today, 84 to 21. Thr Vdarnc xpi c s compam s Deca t n r offi e ha*= i e c e i \ c d orders from tlu l e a l o f f i c e th it it w i l l take o \ e r tlir husme«s of the L n i t e d fctiteb Express t o m p i t i \ on the Illinois Tia tion ^ ^ « tcin b p g m n m f f Iul\ 1 it u h l c h timp t h e U S people ^o out of bu^mes*- Th* 1 tv. ·» c o m p i n l e i - ro t h o T\ el1«-raigo and \dain*- n h i r h tiko o^ PI the local «iiif"*8 of t h e T nited States do not tike o \ e i the e q u i p m e n t of thit com m ^uch a-? hordes and \\igon« \I1 of th!: propel t\ wi«5 Chipped f i o m ie la t Frida^ the hoi c os beinff sent to Ier«ev Cit\ N T the harness to Ciimm i n i p a \ v N J and the wagons to Chici^o Thi-5 propei I N i* 1 to be sold at p u b l i c «;aJe in those nlape* 1 MPLO\ E^ t \CLRT VI\ J i i h t \\liqlt the local employes of the L ^ compnnN w i l l do i^ not ccrtair P:acticall all of t h e m ha e applica tlons In for job«. \ \ i t h the other t w o companie 1 : but ha\ t not received a n \ ·word ^ e t as to w h e t h e r the; w ill ho taken on It i* piobable that both the \\?!H t u t r o and the \dam= w i l l take on some nioie h e l p heie BREME I« NOTIPIECt ^ illiam F Bre^ic general agent of t h e V e i l * F a i p n c ? m p a n \ I n Decatui ha^ i ecei\ ed o f f i c i a l n o t i f i c a t i o n from tiip general s u p e r i n t e n d e n t of the com- pan-\ telling on w h a t roads the M ell*= Fai ero ·succeeds the L n i t e d Mates H\ pie*" companr at 12 01 a m Tul\ 1 The j oads a i e B a l t u n o i e . Ohio *ind Baltimore · Ohio Southwestern tl. Staten Island Rapid Transit l a i l w ^ v T.l"o th* ·'taten Island railwav the Vallev raiboad of \ i r g i n i a th Moorefield "\ iignii t tailw l^ t h n Sandv ^ alle^ . Llkhorn railw a-v the C H D the Chicago eastern Illinois the C \ a n s \ l l l e , Indi anapolis the St Louis fi. San Francl«ro the C u m b e r l a n d £ Pennsylvania the Quanah Acme . Pacific and the N o t folk Washington 5team«hip line lican I P r n oc i t s Pro il i "»n "1 1 ^° c k n o w n 1 Of c o u i s e n im · of r\\\\ D niocrn i w \ p r s w i l l I f 1 " ips:r"iori and \ o t e r t f t loi a] p o m i n u n It is the d i n "t *1 n o of » n r k Mi M i l i e u t h a t not i - h»- d-»n*» i 1 r this i n a t t p n t l l - » f i th*» f u n ^ r 1 · f J n d f f e Io5 P^ ROBY WILL IS FILED FOR PROBATE T h e wil] of Attornev Frank C RoV was filed for probate Mondav ind th" hearing is set for Julv .iS The e n t i r ' estate is left to the w i f e Ida M Rohv and «he Is named as executrix without bond BORN. To Mr and Mrs W R Surrte^ant 1125 So ith Silas street Sunday June 28 a daughter, j ^ -***-j_ Archduke Char!e» Francis Expected to Make Excellent Ruler. Menna J in" 2 " -- T h opinion IT-" 31 ned g u n d in n u t h i l t i t l v e clri-1 * h ie t i n ' t h e f u t u r e f S i t i n Hu.i- K i r \ no^ t n o i e t h a n e \ t i 1 "^i It- up n the h e i l t h of the \ c n e n h l o e «per r 1 ranrts loseph It w s point I o i l i n h l c h l o l l t l I irclfw that If the » m p e r o i is p i m i t i ^ l (to reign onl a few e i r s mTe e i e r \ * t h i n g r mav c o n t i n u e as i« i^l ir 1 A r ^ h - ike I rancis T- o r d n u n d s J e a t l i « U' h n \ e little l a s t i n g m a t e r i a l effect u p in the foreign 01 dune-ate a f f i l t s it he dual monarch* It was a r u u x j t i n t -houl 1 a s o u t h mi and I n e t p e i l e n od i ilr like t h rchduke r l i a i i e s I r a n r l s Io«eph »nn cf the late Archd Ik Ot o ? u r l d e n l hn called to t a k r th i i ns of frox«rnm«*(i a period of anxien m i g h t supervene HEIK APPARE,^T POPTjLiAR The j o u n p a r c h d ike and M-s w l f ' who wae P-'ncees 7lta -f Parma « r o both eitremels popular among n i l classes of nocleb and e v r i b o d v f r o m the emperor down Is fiild to be prepared to do Us u t m o s t to help them l u e \ e r s Xa to i lie to the responslbl* position BO sudcenly t h r u s t upon them The suggest on put forward In «omo quarters th t \ r h d u k e !-iar.cli Ferdinand's death i« Ikelv to cause a polltl- cai upheaval Is nald to h a v e little r*a! foundation as the old emperor has kept the reigns of ^overnmerfl in his own hands, delegating as littlo poner as possible to hii late nephew. \ 1FWSP4PR! nl-WSPAPFRI

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