Wednesday Evening, July 1, 1914. T H E D E O A T U R R E V I E W Page Seven Uneeda Biscuit Tempt the appetite, please the taste and n o u r i s h the body. Crisp, clean and freah-- 5 cents in the moisture- proof package. Baronet Biscuit Round, thin, tender-with a delightful flavor -- a p p r o p r i a t e f o r l u n c h e o n , t e a a n d dinner. 10 cents. ZuZu Prince of appetizers. Makes daily trips from Ginger-Snap Land to waiting mouths everywhere. Say Zu Zu to the grocer man, 5 cents. Bay biscuit baked by NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY Always look for that name LAWYER 'SEAT :Â£. J. Sweeney May Prove ! Strong Candidate. Clinton, July I.--Attorney E. J. Sweeney will formally enter the race to secure the appointment of Governor B. F. Dunne aa circuit Judge to fill the unsacplreiJ term of Judge Johns. He wae talked of during the beginning of thÂ» race to Jill the vacancy occa- sloned by the death of Judge Solon Pbilbrlck, but decided not to apply. | Mr. Sweeney admitted yesterday that I he Intended to make tnÂ» race lor the i appointment. Hi will receive the undivided sup- I port of the members of the local bar i association, regardless of politics. Attorney Sweeney Is now one of the old| est members of the bar In Clinton and ! on* of. the most successful. He has i alwaya been a loyal Democrat and it Is thought hs has at least even chances to reoetlve the nomination. OFF FUST Fl Clinton, July 1--Victor Hines is in thÂ« John Warner hospital in a serious condition, probably fatally injured and Lev Ford Is nursing- a very sore mouth caused by the absence of s e v e r a l teeth B3 thÂ» result of their attempt to get off a fast moving freight train at Maroa last night shortly after 9 o'clock. The third boy in the a d v e n t u r e , Roy Baker, feared to make the jump and remained on the freight, he being the only one uninjured. TOY CANNON KILLS IOWA BOY Des Monies, la., July 1 --Christian Brobst, the 15- ear-old son of Roy Brobsl, a b i6incs3 man of Knoxville, la., died at a local hospital todav as the result of a g u n p o w d e r explosion late y c s t e r d i v afternoon in Knowtlle The lid was shooting fire crackers and was a t t e m p t i n g to discharge a miniature cannon when it exploded. PILoFoiTsUNKEN STEAMER ACCUSED St. Lo'iis Julv 1--Charges of negligence, unkillfulness an inattention to duty h a \ e brcn fi'efl against S B. Withrow, of Winona. M i n n , pilot of the excursion steamer Majestic that sank in the M'sslsippl r l \ e r near here on June 20. Withrow will be tried before the local board of steamboat Inspection !E WILL GO Taylorville Anti-drink Law to be Contested. Taylorvllle, July 1.--In regard to the complaints tiled Monday night In Police Magistrate Carml Beliz's court of the members oÂ£ a party given by Attorney John E. Hojan, It will 15* contended In the defense of the alleged violation that voting Taylorvllle township dry did not delegate to the city council authority to pass an anti-drink ordinance, but only such ordinances that had In view the punishment of violators of the anti- saloon law, and that there li nothing in this law which presumes to say that one shall not drink. In consequence it will be set up that the ordinance Is Invalid, and it is likely that before the case ends it will go to the supreme court, as the city will no doubt BO on with it If beaten, as will the defendants if convicted. The case has not yet been set down for trial, but will likely be Thursday. JUDGE CONSIDERS LIQUOR CASES The arguments on the Pana, Assumption and Taylorville contests of the recent elections on the wet and dry issue were conducted at 2 15 Tuesday afternoon in the county court .Judge Weaver of Springfield who is hearing the cases took them under advisement until next Monday when he expects to give a decision on them all. ENOCHS WON BY 217 MAJORITY Complete Returns Show Champaign Man Has Nice Lead Over Hicks. Champaign, July 1--D R. Enochs of this city carried the se^en counties in this district by a majority of 217 votes, in his run for the Democratic nomination for circuit Judge in the primaries Saturday, over his opponent James L. Hicks of Montlcello. The vote of the counties was as follows: Macon--Hicks 315, Enochs 1C1, DeWitt--Hicks 13S, Enochs 80: Douglas--Hicks 149. Enochs 152; Moultrle-- Hicks 161. Enochs 245: Piatt--Hicks 302, Enochs 89, Champaign--Hicks 198, Enochs 74S. BEER FURNITURE CO. HAVE YOU SEEN THE NEW WATER SYSTEM IN THE FAMOUS Herrick Refrigerator Ice cold water--ice cold--all the time, without extra cost of ice--something new. Come in and get a good, cold drink. See it in use. Come in any time. The greatest thing ever put on the market and its in the Herrick Refrigerator. The Herrick refrigerator is so different in construction, so far ahead of other refrigerators that other dealers knock on it because they don't know how to get around this superior construction. Don't let others tell you what a Herrick Will do and will not do. Let the man that sells it tell you all about it and then judge for yourself, and you'll have to admit that its the best refrigerator. Lawn Mowers, now ; $3,50 Porch Swings $2.85 Lawn Swings w $6.00 50 ft. guaranteed 5-ply garden hose.-.-.- $5.00 ALL PORCH ROCKERS, CHAIRS AND SETTEES AT 20% DISCOUNT Always bargains at this Store. Beer Furniture Co. 332-338 N. Main St. KING PETER CALLS IN A SPECIALIST Vienna. July 1 --Professor Francis Chvostek of the medical faculty of the Vienna uniiersity and a specialist for nternal complaints, was summoned today to proceed to Servia to attend Kintr Peter Program by Four Societies of Church. The program has been arranges for the musical service to be held at St. Johannes' German Lutheran church next Sunday evening, beginning at 7:30. The program will be given by the four musical societies of the church, the Concordia male choir, the Amphion GUe club, the Arlon Glee club, and the Concordia orchestra. Paul Arnflt is director of tile male choir and the orchestra, A. F. Droegemueller of the Amphion glee club and Miss Alma. Heyne of the Arlon Glee club. PROGRAM^ This will be the second service of this Ulna ever given at St. Johannes' church. The program follows: Hymn by congregation--"Dlr, Dlr, Jehovah" Scripture reading -- Rev. William Hene. Massenchor--"Prels dlr, du aller- hoechster Gott" (a) Violin solo--"Sweet Spirit, Hear my Prayer," W. Heyne, Jr , (t) Quartet--"Kotturno " Amphion Glee club--"The Heavens are Telling" Address--Rev. William Heyne. Orchestro-- (a) "Gloria from Twelfth Mass " (b) Abide With Ife " Hymn by congregation--"Lobe den Herrin " Vocal duet--"Kommet her zu rair" P Arndt and A, J Holtmann ' Organ solo--"Third Sonata In C Minor," (Guilmant) A. F Drcejemuell- er. Concordia male choir--"Banket den Herrtn " Orchestra--"Apple Blossoms" Arion Glee club--"The Last Chord " Massenchor--"Ein Feste Burg 1st unser Gott " Prayer and doxology. charter. Three year* ago a similar proposition was defeated by about 10,000 vctan. There was much bitter oppoiltloa to the new charter on tha part of 4 fÂ«w real Â«statÂ» dealers and many labor leaders. No disturbances, however, occurred during the day. MAN DRAGGED EIGHTH OF MILE Homer Farmer's Ben fctoap** lajralw In Runawar, White Plowing. Homer, July 1.--A team hitched to a plow cine Frank BodfMn for one-*I(htb of a mil*. Miraculously th. youth wai not tn- Jur.0. TJÂ». plow ww broken and thÂ« hsr- BM tarn to jlÂ«cÂ«. William Ho4Â«tea, fathw of tat hoy, Â«ayÂ§ he hu been (arming twenty-on* years ana never had a runaway until last week, when the same team took ftlcht Mr HodgMU resides about five miles sautheait of hare and la one of the larceit farmers in this isctlon of the county. FORSYTH. Mra, H. C. llowry attended church In Decatur Sunday morntnf. Illn Olive Clifton of PÂ»na, arrived here tattifday evenlac to arrange for a play to te liven In the near future. Mr and Kra. D Doran and dauchter of Deeatur, vlilted the former's mother, Mrs. 8 McCoy and family Sunday. MlBs Flossie I.ons of Decatur, was the guest of the Mlises E'oise and Phyllis Co 1 Hns Sunday. The ics cream social held at the hall her* Saturday evening -was a SUCCESS, $23 was cleaied. H. Ray or Becatur, visited relatives here Sunday Mrs. Mahal Thrift of Emery, visited re'a- tlves htre Sunday Miss Elolse Collins, who is attending school at Normal, spent Saturday and Sur- day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E E Â°SIlfs'Blanche Pharis at Decatur was tl-s guest of her cousin. Miss Grace ButtE, Sun- Mrs Wilson "Wiley returned to her tome In Patoka, after spendhie last week with her mother, Mrs H. Ruby. Mr and Mrs Bruce Allen of Clinton, apent Sunday with the termer's grandfather. J Cooper and family ST. LOUIS ADOPTS NEW CHARTER Gets Veir System Despite Real Estate Dealers and Labor Leaders. St Louis, Mo , July 1--The voters of St. Louis adopted a new city charter yesterday, which, within sixty days, will begin the Inauguration of radical reforms in the municipal administra- t i o n The total vote as gi\en out by the board of election commissioners j was 46 839 for and 44,158 against the I Name Reorganized and Under New Management, we want a New- Name and will give $: f| To the Man Woman U or Child who suggests the name deemed best by the directors of this corporation as the most fitting for our store. Be Sure Your Suggestion Is In By July 4th. So Start Your Wits Wotking at Once to Earn the $10.00. ONLY ONE SUGGESTION ALLOWED TO EACH PERSON YOU'LL NEVER MAKE $10.00 EASIER. Put your suggestion m a sealed envelope- write plainly your name and address upon the outside of the envelope and bring in or mail at once. Remember, you have only until July 4th. The Directors will make their choice on Monday, July 6th, and the name of the p rson making selection adopted will be announced m Tuesday's papers. You do not ha -e to buy a thing to entitle you to make a suggestion--this is open to all--Man, Wonvn and Child. Some of the Season's Good Things SOFT SHIRTS French cuffs, in very f i n e comb madras and sois- ette $1.50 Silk Shirts, $3.50 up WASH NECKWEAR both open and narrow ends, 25c and 50c. Seamless Silk Hose, all colors, 25c. STRAW HATS 1-3 off. $3.50 now ..$2.25 53.00 now ..$2.00 $2.50 now . S1.65 $2.00 now ..$1.35 Â§1.50 now . Sl.OO PANAMAS |6.00 now ...$4.80 $5.00 now ...$4.00 $4.50 now ...$3.60 Wh'te Serge Trousers, $5.00. Complete line of season's latest novelties in Men's and ^. Men ' 8 . $11.50 to NOTICE--This store will be closed all day Saturday, July 4th-- Will be open until 9 p. m., Friday. New Shoes for "The Fourth" Special displays in the Folrath store today, tomorrow and Friday, for all who want new shoes for this Summer holiday. The national anniversary comes on Saturday this year, and the Folrath store will be closed, but will be open until 9 p. m. Friday for those who are accustomed to make their shoe purchases on Friday and Saturday. This is the last week-end opportunity, therefore, for those who have yet to buy their holiday shoes. We make mention of several important seasonable styles, each representing unusual value. FOR WOMEN New White Colonial Pumps--In white canvas and white nubuck, with Spanish-Louis heels of wood and leather. You know the Colonial is the most favored style of low shoe for women this Summer These new numbers are very attractive and desirable styles, and exceptional values at the prices FOR BOYS The Polrath Outing Shoe An ideal outdoor shoe; for sports, games and outings. Practical in designs, comfortable on the foot, strong and durable. The Folrath Barefoot Sandal All the fun of going barefoot, without the scratches and bruises. Plain Nubuck Pump--This number is designed to meet the ideas of women who admire white Xubuck as a shoe material, and who prefer a low-cut, tailored effect. It is easily kept looking clean and fresh by the use of "Nubuck." Tt is a good shoe at a reasonable price. Style no. X1504 White Canvas Pump--Made of fine white canvas, in plain pattern, with gross-grain bow on vamp. There is nothing superior to white_shoes_for coolness in warm weather, and canvas cleans nicely with "Blanco" or "Nova." Style No. X1529 with turned sole and covered heel iiu jjreieo. a $3.50 $3.00 Tan Trot-Moe Oxford--A great shoe at a very moderate price, popular for Summer vacations and outings, and for warm weather wear, afternoons and on the street. Light weight shoe, cool and comfortable and good looking; blucher laced pattern, with spring heel and low heel. Style No. X52iy 2 with spring heel $3.00 Style No. X52iy 2 with low heel $3.50 Men are wearing White Oxfords and tan Trot-Moc Oxfords-not only for outdoor sports and recreation --but also on the streets and at business. Several styles at $3.50, $4.00, $5.00 and $6.00. FOR CHILDREN Most mothers immediately think of white shoes, when they consider the question of foot comfort for the little folks in Summ*. White stands for coolness and ease in warm weather footwear. We have white shoes at moderate prices. -ANKLE TIES--The most attractive and desirable low-cut shoes for children; have straps across instep and flat bow on vamp. In white canvas, sizes 5 to 8 S1.50 In white canvas, sizes 8% to 11 S1.75 In white canvas, sizes 11% to 2 $2.50 In white canvas, sizes 2^ to 6 $3.00 In patent leather, sizes 5 to 8 $1.50 In patent leather, sizes 8^ to 11 $1.75 In patent leather, sizes lli/ 2 to 2 $2.50 In patent leather, sizes 2% to 6 $3.00 In dull black calfskin, sizes 5 to 8 $1.50 In dull black calfskin, sizes 8i/ to 11. .$1.75 In dull black calfskin, sizes lli/ 2 to 2. .$2.50 In dull black calfskin, sizes 2U, to 6.. .$3.00 INEWSPAPERif NEWSPAPER!
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