The Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois on June 30, 1914 · Page 4
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The Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois · Page 4

Decatur, Illinois
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Tuesday, June 30, 1914
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Pftg* Folrf THE D E C A T T 7 R R E V I E W Tuesday Evening, June 30. 1914. E Seventy-five Guests to Attend Wedding Tonight 4 OTHER MARRIAGES Noel-Faith Nuptials at Warrensburg. Mis* Irene Handlln and W. H. Dnerr, secretary of the Y. M. C. A., will be married this evening at 8 o'clock at the Handlln residence on West William street, Dr, W. H. Penhallegon, reading the service. There will be about seventy-five guests, among- whom will be Dr. and Mrs. A. Van Home and children of Pekin. Ill , Mrs. Mary Dlghton, V. Dlla- nessed onlr by Hie Immediate family, a four cours* lunch will be served. Fink and white ar» to be the wedding colors and roses and sweet peas will be usec throughout the bouse. The couple will not take a wedding trip, but they will go from Warrens- burt to Springfield In Mr. Noel's car They will live In Springfield where Mr. Noel has rented an apartment. SOMMER-SETFEB. Miss Hilma Seyfer and William Sommer were married this morning at 9:30 o'clock in St. Patrick's Catholic church by Rev. J. Murphy, They left at noon for a short wedding trip and when they return will make their home at 1268 West Forest avenue. The bride Is the daughter of Mrs. W. F. Seyfer, 1289 West Deeatur street, and she has been employed as fitter In the Charlotte cloak and suit store until recently. Mr. Sommer Is the eon of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sommer and he Is in business with his father, who Is a contractor and builder HOLCOMB-MYERS. Miss Marie Myers, daugh'ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Myers, of Ixmg Creek, and Reed M. Holcomb of Oakley will be married this evening at 8 o'clock In the Myers home. Rev. N. M. Baker tush and Miss Annie Dilatush, Mr. and of Decatur performing the ceremony Mrs. Frank Hetlshee. all of Montlcel- lo; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hurls of Petersburg, III., Mrs. Robert Bowers of Bement. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Johnson of Logansport, Ind.. Miss Caroline Duerr and Carl Duerr of Dayton, O. WHITE SATIN GOWN. The bride's wedding gown will be of white satin trimmed with lace. She win wear a veil and carry roses and lilies of the valley. Miss Dlghton. the maid of honor, will wear white taffeta trimmed -with green. Carl Duerr will be best man and little Robert Hand- Jin Rugh will be flower bearer. Green and white will be the decorations for the house and a reception mil be held following the ceremony. Th» couple will spend their honeymoon of a month in Colorado and they will then return to Decatur anil make their home here. NOEL-FAITH. Miss Mabel Dix Faith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Faith of Warrensburg, and Roy Noel of Springfield will 1)9 married this afternoon at 5 o'clock at the home ot the bride. Rev. Mr. Shoushe of Illlopolis will read the service and Mrs. Victor Deweln. sister Of Miss Faith, will play the wedding march. The bride will wear a gown ot white voils with lace trimming, ana a veil and she will carry a bouquet of white roses and sweet peas. Following the ceremony, which will be wit- There will be about sixty-five guests. Miss Bsto Carrier of Benton, la., will be maid of honor and she will wear pink and white French crepe. The bride will wear white crepe de chine trimmed in lace. Clyde Merrltt will be best man. Miss Mildred Myers, sister of the bride, will play the wedding march from Mendelssohn Following the ceremony a supper will be served to the guests. The couple will go to housekeeping In Oakley where the eroom Is in business with his father In a general merchandise store. CARTER- NEWTON. Miss Thelma Loja Newton and Harry Carter were married In St. Louis Monday. Although the parents and friends of the couple knew of the cominer marriage, no date had been set so It came as a surprise to all of them. They will make their home In Decatur. The bride Is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. C. W. Newton. 2060 East Main street, and she has been with the Decatur Garment company until lately. Mr. Carter is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Carter, 505 East Condit street, and Is employed at the Wabaih shops. at home to -their friends after August 1 In Oak Yarn. Miss Dowling Is a stenographer and has been employed In the brokerage office of A. B. Leach Co., at Chicago. Mr. Adams is a grain broker of Chicago. DR. ROWDYBUSH RETURNS HOME Sarm Corn Looks Good but Oats and Grata are Poor. Dr. R. P. Sowdybush returned to the city alter a. month's vacation at Mar- tliwvllle, Ind., Mt. Carmel and Greenville, 111. At the latter place he spent considerable time looking after his farm and dairying interests. Corn looks fairly well considering the long drouth and excessive heat, but oats and grass are very poor and live stock Is being fed just the same as in the winter. Many car loads of fine cows have been shipped out of this dairy district on account of the drouth. MARRIED ADAMS-DOWLJNG. Mm Kate Dowling, formerly of Decatur, and John Q. Adams' will be married tonight In Chicago. Thev will be Mr. Baldrldtfe jer CLARA PASOLD TO BETHANY, MO. Will Be Instructor In EnBtlgh at High School at That Place. M!B» Clara Pasold, a graduate of the J. M. U., In this year's class, has recently secured a position as head of the English denartment in tho high school at Bethany. Mo. She applied for the position some time ago. The position is one which will pay well and* will also give valuable experience in teaching. Miss Pasoia was graduated from the English depart' ment at tha J. M. U. She Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Pasold, 506 West Macon street. She will start work In Bethany In the fall. MRS. BOWMA^TWEDS THOMAS BALDRIDGE Couple Married at TVnntlaf Mann at St. Patrick's Church. Mrs. Marguerite Bowman, 933 North Morgan, and Thomas Baldrldge were married at St Patrick's Catholic church at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday morn- Ing, Hev. J. Murphy officiating. The marriage took place at a nuptial mass. The couple were attended by Thomas Eyan and Mies Ryan, brother and sitter respectively of the bride. Th« couple will take a trip to the «a«t and on flierr return will live at 933 North Morgan A wedding breakfast was served at the bride's home to fifty guests There were about thlrtv-five at the wedding. Canoe Upsets--Youth Could Not Swim. Orvllle Roy Tates, formerly of Decatur, wai drowned In the Illinois river at Peorla Monday afternoon at 4:30 j o'clock by the capsizing of a canoe In which he and J. R. Randalls of Bloom- Ington were riding. The canoe upset when about fifty feet from the shor« and Orvllle sank In about ten feet of water. He never came up. HAD NEVER LEARNED. Randalls was rescued by a man who witnessed the accident. Orvllle had never learned to swim. The body was recovered in about half an hour, but efforts to resuscitate him were fruitless, Mahlon Brintllnger went to Peoria after the body Tuesday morning and It will arilve here this evening. NOT QUITE NINETEEN. Orvllle Tales would have been nineteen years old Friday. He had been employed In the Greider cafe here for over a year and a half. About three weeks ago he went to Bloomlngton and took a position as night man In the cafe recently sold by H. D. Greider to Charles Lehman. He and Mr. Randalls went to Peoria Monday for an outing. Orvllle was In Decatur to visit his mother a week ago Monday. He was a good, steady your · man and had been of great help to his mother In caring for the three younger children. ALMOST PROSTRATED. He was a son of Mrs. Llllie Tales, who lives in the Syndicate building. She is employed at the Brodess store. She Is almost prostrated by grief over the accident. She said she had always been afraid of the water and would not allow him to learn to swim. He was always obedient and honest and was popular with the young people here. He was born in Parkvllle, Champaign county, July 3. 1895. The fam- j ily moved to Decatur about twelve years ago and the support of the family has since rested largely on the shoulders of Orville. Besides his mother he leaves two sisters, Ethel and Eva, in Decatur, and a brother, Rob ert, who is now In Olney. Rick Wright Slips Down Steps of Interurban. Rick Wright, 653 East North street, !s confined to his bed by a badly wrenched and bruised back, sustained by falling down the steps of an Interurban car at Main and North streets Sunday night when starting to alight from the car. Wright, who Is a. member of the Oome Across ball team, was returning with the rest of the team Sunday :rom Mattoon, coming by the way o£ Champaign. The car was still moving as he started down the first steo. Several people were coming behind him and someone kicked tho heel of one foot, knocking it off the step arid tiding him down the steps to the pavement He will be unable to be for some time yet. iogan Gave Party to Try Out New Ordinance. Taylorvllle, June SO.--Because Attorney John E. Hogan Included beer on he menu of a Dutch lunch which he gave to a party of jnan In a, building on th« east side of tha square, Monday night, not only th« Host, but all of tXe guests are now charred In complaints filed in the court of Folio Magistrate Carmi Belts with the violation of section four ot tie new Jim Leigh ordinance. Th« purpose of the party was to test the validity of the ordinance, and also to see how literally It could Be construed by the authorities. No attempt was made to evade ths officers by either Mr. Hogan or hi* guestf, all of whom are members of the club which has been meeting In his base- meat, SOME "COULD" NOT COMB. Last Saturday night most of the fifty odd members of the club, while attending a meeting of the club, were notified of the party and also of the fact that word had been sent to the authorities. From the verbal acceptances, Mr. Hogan expected a large crowd, but Monday night at the party only eleven guests showed up. The other members gave different excuses, such as "a sore toe" and "my wife Is dying." POLICE CAME AND SAW. At 9:30 o'clock word was sent to the police that the guests had arrived and for them to walk in the back door which was standing open. Officers Link, Hall and AUton went in and, after looking around, they were satisfied that beer had been served, and then asked Mr. Morgan and his guests to report at the police court at 10 o'clock Tuesday morning on charge of violating section four of the new ordinance. One hour later the officers returned and arrested three more of the guests who had not arrived before. The ordinance is as follows: THE ORDINANCE. It shall be unlawful for any persons to congregate In any street, alley, public building, or any yard, barn, shed or other buildings or In any cellar within the city limits for the purpose of drinking Intoxicating liquor!", and any person violating any of the provisions of this section Is subject to the fine of not less than $5 and not more than J I O O for each and every offenss. -KTJEN Charged With Contributing to · Girl's- Delinquency. Charged with contributing to tha delinquency of Julia Kincald, fifteen jears old, Davis "W. 'Allen and John L. McKlnney were arrested Monday night on state warrants sworn out by tn« girl's father, Lee Klncaid, and placed in the county jail. The two men have a tent about two miles southwest, In tha neighborhood of the Last Chance grocery, and the father stated that tho girl had sometimes remained there all night. UNDER ARREST. Officers Meece and Kemp and Deputy Sheriff Jack Young visited the tent Monday night. Allen was found them alone and placed under arrest and tha officers waited for McKmney and th« girl to return. When McKlnncy cams back he discovered the presence of tha officers and ran, and the gltl li also supposed to have run away. McKlnney came Into town and went to police headquarters and asked for CaDtalft ·VVhttt en. The latter was out and McKlnncy then went to the Gretder cafe and sravs himself up to Sergeant Collins and was placed In jail. Both men are charged in the warrants with disorderly conduct. The girl could not be located Monday night. The police have some of her clothing at headquarter!. QIRL BROUGHT .IN. Julia Kincald, 521 -'North Mercer street, the girl In the case, was brought to headquarters and turned over to the police by her father Tuesday forenoon and she was also placed in the county jail. She didn't rearh home until 9:30 Tuesday morning. ewart Wednesda Bargain Days of this great July Clearance Sale A Big Wash Goods Bargain H ere's a great tableful of beautiful new summer wash goods --fine printed crepes, exquisite mercerized foulards, beautiful Primrose Batistes, fine Ginghams, Dimities, Lawns, etc. A wonderful selection of this season's most popular wash dress fabrics, shown in a limitless variety of colorings and patterns; wash fabrics that are worth regularly and are unusual values at 18c, 20c, 25c and even to as high as 35c a yard--the greatest bargains of the entire summer--to quickly close them out we offer you unrestricted choice while they last Wednesday at the unheard of price, a yard A Big White Goods Bargain regularly and lOc W ednesday we place on special sale for quick clearance, upwards of 100 pieces of exquisite white dress goods-sheer imported. 72-inch Paris Muslins, 72-inch fine imported French Organdies, very fine 54-inch Belfast Handkerchief Linens, 27-inch Ebroidered Swisses, 54-inch imported French lawns, fine 36-inch imported Voiles, 36-inch Rice Cloths, 36-inch Splashed Voiles, very fine figured, striped and checked imported Moussel- ines. Exquisite, high-class white dress goods for dresses and waists, worth 50c, 75c and up to $1 a yard--a wonderful bargain for this sale, Wednesday, a yard 36-mch Rice 18c Dainty Apparel for the "4th"-Wonderful Savings 50c Women's Drawers, 25c Upwards of 10 dozen women's new riroilar style muslin drawers, finely made, lace and embroidery finished. All sizes. Regular 50c values, at Stewart's. Wednesday. 9 pair 25c 69c Night Gowns, 39c 5 dozen women's daintv muslin night gowns--slip-over style, lace and embroidery and ribbon trimmed. All sizes. Real 69c values, at Stewart's, Wednesday, big bargains at $1.50 Crepe Gowns, 98c Upwards of 10 dozen women's aew style crepe night gowns, lace, embroidery and ribbon trimmed, white and colors. All sizes. Worth regularly .1.50. Wednesday, choice $2 White Skirts, 98c Women's and misses' smart new white skirts, made of extra fine quality pique; new yoke styles and pearl button trimmed. All sizes. 32 values, at Stewart's. each $3 Wash Skirts, $1.50 Women's charming new white ratine and white rice cloth Summer skirts, also black and white cheeks, etc. Newest styles. All sizes. Values to (3 Wednesday for $5 and $6 Exquisite White and Colored Dresses DRESSES $2-98 A remarkable opportunity to secure an exquisite new Summer dress for Fourth of July or vacation wear at an enormous .saving. Upwhids of 75 to sclett from; the newest overskirt styles in white lingerie *nd colored effects, beautifully trimmed with laces and silk embroidery. All sizes included. Think of ill The latest style white and colored dresses -- worth regularly {S and 86-- choice Wednesday. each. ' $2 VALUES FOB 98c Upwards of 100 women's charming new street dresses, made of fine lawns, batistes, percales, ginghams, etc. Long tunic and overskirt effects. Lace trimmed. All sizes, 34 to 48. Genuine 82.SO values, for this sale, choice .......... is. DMlstes, 98e $2 Blouses for 89c More than 3dO women's exquisite new Summer blouses, made of fine crepes, voiles, hand embroidered flaxons. etc. All new styles and all sizes. $1.50 and $2 values, each $1 Summer Corsets, 50c Genuine "Bay State" corsets, exactly what you want for Summer wqar. The best SI models, in all sizes. Stewart's price for this clearance. Wednesday. each _.. 50c 4th July Shoe Bargains AT THE D. 2ND FLOOR BARGAIN DEPARTMENT Now is the time to buy your vacation footwear. This week you will find wonderful shoe values at your price LADIES' NEW COLONIAL DULLS AND PATTENTS .79 LADIES' BABY DOLLS PTTT.T, AND PATENTS 1.98 SEE THE SPECIALS FOR THIS WEEK LADIES' WHITE CANVAS COLONIALS AND TWO STRAPS 50c Union Suits, 25c 15 dozen women's new style Summer union suits, light, soft, silky, ·cool; loose knee style, lace trimmed. All sizes, regular 50c values, Wednesday, suit ... 25e siyics. AH $1.50 Genuine Panama Hats, Special The greatest Panama hat bargain we have ever announced. More than 10 dozen for Wednesday selling--newest shapes--fine imported weaves--just what you want for the 4th, Easily worth $5 «ach. Stewart's price, Wednesday, each 25c Hosiery for 15c 25 dozen pairs of women's very good quality Summer hosiery, worth in the regular way 25c a pair.; black, white and tan. all sizes. This sale. M f Wednesday, I a I* pair .....*"V . 50c Embroideries, 25c 1.000 yards of dainty, sheer cambric corset cover embroideries. 18 and 27 inches wide «nd actually worth 3te to 50c a yard; a big Wednesday bargain here, yard , jaru; a 25c LADIES' BLACK VELVETS LADIES' BLACK SATIN COLON2ALS LADIES' DULL AND PUMPS $1.79 SATIN COLONIALS LARGE BUCKLES $1.49 Bring the children to the Big 3rd floor children's dept CHILDREN'S BABY DOLLS CHILDREN'S WHITE CANVASS CHILDREN'S TWO STRAPS $1.15 THE BIG D.R. 3 FLOOR SHOE HOUSE .'SPAPERf

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