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Page Ten T H E D E C A T U R R E V I E W "^L Wednesday Evening, July I, 1914." HALT WORK ON NEWJTOSPITAL Have Spent $160,000; Need $100,000 More. At a -penal meeting of the hoard of directors of the De i t u r and Ma on hospital association \ \ c n n e s r t i v i f t e r noon at tl-e rooais of hr A s s o c i a t i o n of Commerc-e it w is d e - l d f d to im- niPdatelv "top w o r k on th. b u i l d i n g and w a i t u n t i l f u n d s h i v e , b e e n rll«c I to go on The lire, tcrs h a v e exhati=tc I the a v a i l a b l e f u n d " SPENT $16" om N 1 E D $ 1 0 0 0 0 0 A toll! of about $1" 0 000 his been ex rerxled or b u i l d i n g and m o u n d s Time are rle-lscs for s o m e t h i n g l i k $40 ion J5es..ries t h e s e tlure w i l l he nee li rt ?f" 0in to finish ind e q u i p t l e bu Irlin,' li other w o r d s the tl ctois h a v e ex. pendei on the p i e . c n t b l l l H i n s = and grounds $ 1 6 0 n n i ) a r i l n e . d M T X i n o more tovvrds w h i c h t l u v h i v e p l t d e c a m o i n t l n e t o M o r r o M l n v o f t h e s e pledges a r r I n n K tl i-e i n d "ill not 1 " available soon D e f i n i t e = ' - i t e r r e n t s ir r f iner p r e p T od of lust the i m o u n u e x p p n l e t l the Hmour's alreidv contra, t 1 f o r b it i ot paid for. -ind tb r o n t i ts t h a t m u s t h made. v'nr« the b u i l l m g c n be used These 'isrures win be s i en out to the public as soon is rude V * Y FF $" no N E T It is k n o w n no« f h i t 'he 1-soclation must h a v e a t tr»s t SB i i n " more r e aides the p'tdee- nmv n h i n d a n d th SJT rniv be some l a i c - i I t ~ pos=i K tha.t to full'- e q u i p t h e ' 11' nni, ·,, mud as $~^ ooo raore vv ill 1 - r ^et't 1 in id 1i -Ion to t v e pledges now n i ' ^ e BEQrEsTS FOR E N D O W M E N T It l« pot I n t e n d e d to us-- for t n i s b u i l d t n s or its K i o u n n = or the equio m-nt i n v o' the b»q ies m a d e bv J u l e e John" Th9t beq i»= b a s not v e t rome Into the hands of the r' rectors In f a c t the know no* n\ of it '·'ficiallv Triev flpc're^ how ev er to keep t h a t and all other t e q i e ts aid some are expected, for e n d o w m nt T i e ho p i t i l ·will not be self s u p p o r t i n g e v e n w i t h the c o n t r i b u t i o n from tl e co'intv There w i l l be a big v e i r l v de f cit he sides t h a t The d rectors p l a n to keei all bequest" for en l a w m e n ' In t h a t w a r the hosp tal w ill in tl ·ne ie p r o v i 1- ed -with a p e r m a n e n t de'm te and ar"e- q u a t e income C \MP4IGN FOR B^IL\NCE The plan is to hear n a camp-lien to raise t h e balance needed t o f i n i s h a n l Cannot Be Operated Here, Says W. J. Carey. PLANS OF THE OWNERS f u r n r h the hospital It is believed t h a t w i t h is much a l r e a d y invented the people m n n o t a f f o r d to let the build i n g stand as it is The dnectors will n i o h a b l v decide this a f t c i n o o n on some pi in of campai?!' It is t h o u g h t t i n t most of the m o n e v needed to complete the hospital can be s i c u i e r t I n s u b s c r i p t i o n s j u i t as most of the i m o u n t s ,iliea.d\ expended w e r e s t c i u d lome of the directors e n d at the m e e t i n g T\ edne«da\ afternoon that 1he\ hid alreadv been talking w i t h persons t h a t thev t h o u g h t w o u l d m a k e pledges It h i = been pome time since m a n \ of th medges w e i e made and paid a n d it is t h o u g h t tint som« will non m i k e o t h f i pledges FROM COLJvTFT n Buckles one of the d i i e c t o i s p i e s nt it the meeting said that he t h o u s h t most of the sums needed to f i n i s h the h o s p i t a l «houl,l come f r o m the r o u n t r v and partb or the counM t i n t had not subscribed as generalb as h a v e some othe 1 -- sections SI YTEMFNT P R L S ^ N T E D \ s t a t e m e n t presented to the d i r e c t or- s h o w i n g receipts anJ e x p e n d i t u r e s sin^-e the hospital m o i e m e n t began m 1H02 shows the f o l l o w i n g RECEIPTS s u r d r \ sources S 1^ ^~ 1 ' 1 P l P d c t s · 51730 Campaign Dledgts 63 S-i 1 * In'erest 66 ° Park % lew l n \ e s t m e n t 1 61 b a n k ba'ance. s: ° Would Keep Members' Liquor in Separate Lockers. DECATUR'S FOURTH OF JULY EVENTS All dav celebration at Country club Golf tournament, tennis, club house events and dancing and f i r e w o i k s in the e v e n i n g Public celebration at Fanes park Swimming f i s h i n g boating and dancing Fireworks in the e v e n i n g Picnic parties at W o o d b i n e and T w i n l i k e s and in all Decatur parks .o arrangements made foi si * ci il celebration Matinee races end celebration in the e v e n i n g at Mt Zlon. Dreimland ] a i k open to public in afternoon and e v e n i n g Woodmen c a r n i v a l dancing a n d amusements Total FN.PENDIT1RES n d r v items Paik "View i n v e s t m e n t I n t e r e s t Hospitil erounds' Matei al · · C o n t r a c t s and labor . J1S1 J6' $ · 5 6 . ti 0-!-, I 6 0 7 - j Tl- 40 4J6 | 114 S Total $181462 The i t e m s set d o w n as sundiies pe tain lareeh to the a d m i n i s t r a t i o n of ^he ladas h o s p i t a l association w h e n various e x p e n s e s w e r e i n c l i n e d a n d sums r e c e i v e d that are in t h e records but it is not neces=arv to set out in d t t a i l at this time It mav be added that the books of the association w e r e audited bv C T K e l l a m up to Jan 1 of t h i s vear and shown to be correct and in good shape Marie Myers Bride of Reed Holcomb. Funeral Will Probably Held Saturday. Be The marriage of Mis* Marie Miers to Reed Holcomb of Oakley took place Tii£Sda evening at the countrj home of the brides parents "Mr anrt Mrs J C Myers of Long Creek At S o clock to the sfains of the "Bridal Chorus f-oii 'Lohengrin played by Alirf Mildred Mvers sister ot the bride the little ribbon girls Bnth Myers and Louise Summcl sister and cousin of the bride formed an alite with pink and white ribbon to th« alte 1 - The bridal party immediately appeared Re\ V M Baker of Tecatur leading followed bv the gloom and Clvde Merritt of La Place the best man Then came the bridesmaid. Miss E«to Carrier of Vinton la, cousin of th» hrid« and la-stly the bride with her father The ring ceremony "was ·used PARENTS IN SAME PLACE Immediate'v after the ceremony, the wedding partv went to the dinins room, w h i l e Mendelssohn s wedding anarch -was being played and a delicious three-course supper was served to sixty guests The unique feature of the wedding wa* that the bay window w h e r e the ceremonv took place was the place in which the bridt s parents were mar- Tlod thirty vears ago the by the same minister The color scheme pink and w h i t e was carried out in the menu and decorations t h r o u g h o u t the house w e r e of pink and w hite carnations The bride wore a b e a u t i f u l gown of w h i t e crepe ne chine a n d carried w h i t e roses Ihf b r i d e s m a i d w o r e pink and w h i t e Dresden f l o w e i e d French crepe ana carried pink roses LIVE AT OAKLET The couple l e f t Tuesdaj night lor their new home in Oaklev where the groom is c o n n e c t e d w i t h his father Cassms Holcomb in the generil merchandise store The bride Is th t eld est d a u g h t f r of Mr and Mr« J C Mv- t rs Gi ests from a Distance w e r e Miss F*-to C ' i r i i e r of "\ inton Ta Grace Beatty of Shcllsbuig, la Mrs Eugene TJck- crt of B e l l c M l l f . Ill Miss Mra Faith of Illiopolis Mr and Mrs Dobson of Corro Gordo Miss Hazel I'nderwood of \ \ a r - e n s b u r g Miss Flossie Hamman nnd Mr and Mrs T Holcomb of Milmine and Mr and Mrs Melv in Ruck- rr of Areerita Mrs Mrs H Sanders left Albuquerque N M w i t h the bodv- of her hus- bo.nd, early W«dnesdav morning on I ei return trip to Decatur She is expected to reach this city w i t h the bodj at 3 30 o clock Tr day morning She is coming bv the way of Kansas City and H a n n i b a l A number of members of the De'M- .ui lodge of Elks and f r i e n d s of Mr ana Mr« Ssnders are expected to meet .be train here Fridaj m o r n i n g I h c tunc-ral will probably be he'd at the St John 3 Episcopal church Saturdas rtorniig WILHELMY^BACK"" FROM THE EAST Vlaita F. P. Well. tVblle In en York --TOM at Atlantic CUT. Tr A. F Wilhelra returned from \tlantic Citv, X J , todav, where he las been attending the meeting o£ the American Medical association Ir Wilhelmy visited O C Terry at Washington D C who waa associated with him in the arm at San Antonio three vears ago He also visited General F B TV ells in New l o i k Cits, who was formerlv of Decatur OT his way home. Dr 'vVilhelmy stopped at Detroit and visited G TF Howard at Mt Clemens, who has reccnt- l j bought the impress theater here Dr W l l h e l m j reports that the meeting of the Ame r ican Medical association, was the most successful in attendance anc, number of visitors from "broad ever held Decatur s "drsness *s a b o u t to stai t on a t r i p to the s u p i e m i c o u r t a t c o l d ing to the opinion of A t t o i n e v \\ J C a i e \ f t l l o v M n g d e v c l o p m t nts of the last few d a v s These d e v e l o p m e n t s are the f o i m a t i o n of s e v c r i l lid c l u b = about tow n A n imber of places f o i m r l l v occu pied bv e i l o o n s a i e to he opened up w i t h i n t h e n e \ t w e e k a s c l u b rooms w l m e m e i i b e r s c a n h a v e t h e i t o w n l i - quor kept on Ice it is said GETTING OPINIONS The s t o i v f r o m one forme i saioon man a l t h o u g h he is not one of those p l a n n i n g a c l u b is t h a t a n u m b e r of these f o r m e r p i o p i i e t o r s h a v e c o n f e r l e d w i t h si\ o f t h e most p i o m l n e n t a t t o i n e - v s in the c i t i and it w a s ilso iiimoied one of t h e m had an opinion f i o m t i e a t t o i n e x g e n e r a l of the M Hi t h a t s ich L i u ' s c o u l d be l e g a l l j con ducted These - i t t o i n e v . told the deal ers how f i t c l u b s could l e c o n d u c t e d The p l a n of the saloon men is to f i t i p the l o o m w i t h pool tal les a cigir c o u n t e i tables and places to sit There w i l l il=o l e i n h v i l u a locker= T h e club w i l l n o t n e c e s = a r i l \ h i v e t o t a k e out a c h a i t t - i or the membei s pa\ dues Fach m e m b e i w i l l h a v e h i s o w n lockei, w h i c h no one else w i l l be a l l o w e d to use -U=o each member w i l l be l e - q u i r e d to lo his o w n ordering from Mt PuH = ki or f r o m son e o t h e r place w h e i e it nn\ be purchased It must be shmped to him and w i l l be d e l i v e r e d to the club room's the c l u b o w n e r re- eemns t h e powe- t o *icn t h e d e l n e r v book for t i e p e i s o n to w h o m it is s h i p p e I CIN'NOT MAKF CHANGES The club ow ner Keens each m a n s ca-e of beei 01 w h a t e v e r It mav be s e p u i t e trom tht otl t rs and keeps the m e m b e r s lo ker iced and filled w i t h the goods He c a n n o t t i k e 1 eer out of a n o t h e r m e m b e r s ca-e and put it In t h i s mem e r s locker noi can anv member t a k e inv out of a n o t h e r m e m b e r s lockei One of the f i r - t of these clubs will be k n o w n as - T h e I nlon C l u b ' and will be conducted b\ Seibert Bros w h e r e thev were f o r m e r l v located at Green and \ \ a t e r s t i e e t s Thev expect to open in about two or three d i v s It was also rumored that W G Stew art might open up a club and there was one talked of on East Main street ind a couple in the east end ·« ILL PROSFCUT? Vccordini? to S t a t e s \ t t o r n e v Deck he plans to start prosecuting the own e i s of these clubs as soon as thev open up "If there is a n j i n d i c a t i o n of the law being violated we will prosecute them, said Attornev ·« I Carev, one of the citv attorney "and I nm p r e t t j sure t h e i e will be some prosecutions I do not believe anv of these f e l l o w s have an opinion from the a t t o r n e v general as it Is m i e h t v h a r d for anv one outside of a states attornev to get i opinion from him 'I know a t t o i n e v s do not agree at ail is to this local option law and I feel prettj sure that w h e n w e start t h t f e prosecutions that regndles, of (he verdicts they w i l l be carried up bv either side until they reach the sup ] e m e court and we get a f i n a l r u l i n g on the matte"- ' :OMPLETE COUNT" ON THE PRIMARY All Candidates but Whitfield Agree on Plan. HE WILL NOT ATTEND But Will Remain Candidate --"Split" Reported. Body of Orville Yates Reaches Decatur. That a c i n o e IE anv t h i n s but a safe c r a f t for the use of tho=e who cannot »w in is e v i d e n c e d In sfnpi in the Peorii p a p e r s c o n c e r n i n g t h e d r o w n i n g of O t M l l e \ i t e s of Decatur in the II- l i n 1= r i v e i Mondav a f t e r n o o n R a l p h Rc\ n o l d s t h e B l i o m i n e t o n v o u t h w h o w a s in t h e s k i f f w i t h t h e u n f o i t u m t e v o u n s in i t e l l s h i s storv as follows RFv, NuLDS =TOR\ T\ e came o v e r from Bloomington to spend the da* T P went to Kells e I oat j a r d a b o v e Al Fresco and hired the canoe \V e bad p a d d t t d about a ecjod deal on the lake In Mille' s p a r k in B l o o m m n t o n but t h a t is d i f f e r e n t f r o m the r i v e r ' and he g l i n c e d fear- f u l h at the miles ot w i d e expanse w h e i e a fresh b i e e z e kicked u p a c h o p p v l i t t l e sea I don t k n o w w h a t upset the canoe I t w a s p r e t t v c r i n k v a n d w e w e r e both p i d d l i n g I tried as hird as I could to s a v e O r v i l l e I had h o l d of him three times and tried to drag him to shore but he was crazv f r i g h t e n e d and c h o k i n g w i t h w a t e r I had to g i v e it I up to s a v e mv o w n l i f e for I w a = so I e x h a u s t e d I could h i r f l h Keep m v s e l f I'loat Scraps of News. C "W. B M MEETS The C W B M of the Central Church of Christ will meet at 2 30 Thursday afternoon The subject will be Our Indian Work in Northern Canada " Miss Ida Barr-is will be leader The hostess will be Mrs W i i g h t It is desired that all the women be present M B A CIRCLE T h e M B A S e w i n g circle -will meet T h u r s d a v afternoon in the I O O F hall on East Main street SEWING- CIRCLE St Johannes Sewing circle will me°t T h u r s d a j afternoon with Mrs i Morenz 1330 East Leafland a \ e n u e BOD1 The b o d v of voting T n t e s a r r i v e d in the citv at 1 40 o clociv T ^ s j a j even a n d w a s t a k e n t o t h e B i i n t l i n g e r i n d e i t i k i n g e " t i b t l = h m e n t Funeral services w i l l be c o n d u c t e d at o o clock T \ e d n e s d i v a f t e r n o o n at the Brinthns- er chapel and burial w i l l be m Fairl a w n cemetei v Friends who w i = h to see the body mav call at the u n d e r - t a k i n g parlors "tt ednesdav a f t e r n o o n Dr. Penhallegon Speaks of Her Accomplishments. CHURCH CLASS IN EARLY BREAKFAST The "i oung \V oman s Bible class of St Peters African Methodist clxurch will not meet Thursday afternoon hut instead w i l l meet Saturday morning at Tairvlew park All members are asked to be present at S 30 in the morning so breakfast can be served at 6 Members who do n*« know what to bring are to call Cora Lawrence The menu will be grape fruit, ham, eggs biscuits, oof- fee and tea J W Shastid of Orcana ana 1 5 Gile of Decatur completed the official camass of the Judicial primal vote of Macon counts Wednesclir forenoon in the o f f i c e of C o u n t v Clerk M E Peniwell I h e r e were a few m i n o i changes f r o m the returns as published the day afte'- the primary but t h e r e was not enough d i f f e r e n c e to affect the result Boess lost fn o i otcs in the official count and ShonU'-Mler los f one Hicks got sei en more in the official count than he was credited w i t h in the newspaper r e t u r n s and Enochs gets seven less Old fi lends long time residents of Decatur teachers older members o the Presln teriin church made up in large p a i t the n u m b e r of friends a the f u n e r a l of Mrs Anna E M u r p h at 320 ^ est N o r t h street, Tuesday ternoon The s e r v i c e s w e r e in charge of Dr ·U H Penhall«gon and Rev C E Jen nc; Each mide a priver and eich read passages of s c i i p t u r e Dr Pen hallegon m i d e B b r i e f addiess speak ng of t h e ll'o of M i s M u r p h v and .ts importinoe and i n f l u e n c e in th cominunitv her n o i k is a t e a c h e r am mother, i m e m b e r of the church am of d i f f e r e n t societies w i t h w h i c h sh had been connected Three songs wer ·sung b j Mi's Eleanor Birnes Miss Ha zel Ris«er C u r t i s biisher and ^.rthu x, inCleM. F l o w e r s w e r e in charge o Mrs H I B a l d w i n and Mrs Cora B Roach The b e a i e i s w e r e R S Bo hon G E Mocller H I B a l d w i n \\ M T* ood H C Schaub and J M SeM ars Burlil w a s it G r e e n w o o d ceme terj 2ND PRESBYTERIAN PICNIC HELD FITZOER \LD-STOc,T James Fitzgeiald a v oung Chicago merchant and ^arali Elizabeth Stout of Peorla were named T u e s d a y evening at 7 30 b Justice T H McCov at the St Nicholas hotel Carl F Pratt and Jennie C Hard- infcer both of Moweaqua were married at 1 30 Tuesdaj afternoon bv Judge O W Smith at the court house in Decatur. BANK OPENS IN NEW QUARTERS and Merchants Eatahltelunent Ex- ceodlnKlv Attractive The formal opening of the new home or tho Farmers and Merchant* State bank was held Tuesdav and attended by geverai nun- drecl persons The work of moving was en- tirelj completed by Monday nl^rit and ready for business Tuesday The new quarters are verv attractive The room has beon entirely remodeled at considerable expense has tils floors and mahogany finished wood vv ork DEEDS RECORDED. Gabriel L Luken« «o T L Corley lot 8 block ·! PaoHarfl s addition 12000 W J Palmer to Matilda Palmer lot 3 block 3. E!«m Height*.. 1230. The congregation of the Second Presbvterlan church is having Its pio- nic this afternoon in Fairvlew park It was expected to go ahead w i t h th° picnic unless it rained this afternoon This picnic was for the entire congregation Supper will be s e i v e d this evening by grourjB Groups one and three will eat together groups 2 and * together and groups T and 6 together LARGE ATTENDANCE AT CARNIVAL Attendance at the Hopkins Greatei shows at Dreamland park d u r i n g the past few evenings has been f a r above expectations and the Woodmen of camp 144 are hopeful of makine a neat showing for the week M! the attrac tlons were working full force Tuesdav evening The selections bv the Italian band were greatly enjoved The carnival will be open afternoon and even Ing all week JOINT SESSION OF K. P. LODGES The Three K n i g h t s of P v t h i a s lodge of the citv C h e v a l i e r Bnvard o 1S Coeur De Leon No 1" and En Am No 591 will h a v e a loint g a t h e r i n Thuridav a f t e r n o o n and e v e n i n g at th P y t h i a n horn The f e a t u r e of the of caslon w i l l br the i n s t a l l a t i o n of th o f f i c e r s of the tluce lodges at o clock in t h i e v e n i n g The i n s t a l l a tlon w i l l be eld 01 the big w a l k i front of t h e h o m e It w i l l be p u b l l . In the a f t e m o o n at 4 o clock, n bi same w i l l t i l t e p l i e and It w i l l 1 followed bv races such as egK r ce t h i e e - l e g M d ace i n d the J i k e L i e f a m i l j is ex.ected to t a k e a baske nupper ann the suppers w i l l be s e r v e on the l a w n W. M. S. OF FIRST U. B. TO MEET MEET AT HOME OF MRS. ROHER The ·CToma.is M i s s i o n a i v societv t h e Church r f G o d w i l l meet Thursda afternoon it the home of Mrs A Rohcr in t h r P j t h i a n home additlo There will b a general discussion c the topic, Resources of the King Army from the book The King Business M i s G TV Lvons w i l l lea the devotion' The Woman s Mlssionars societj of the First United Brethren church will have ItB regular meeting Thursday afternoon Mrs N H "Welsh will review the fourth chapter of "The K i n g s Business A reading will be given bv Mrs. Robert Muzzy. MEETINGS. Tribe of E»n H u r court No 1,--Meetln tonipht at s o clock in h. of P hi" {-urn North Main iad T V I l i n m streets Inlti tlons _, Scott Wilson Camp U nllBd ,,, Span 'n h ,3 veterans arid vToman s Auxillarv--Regnil meeting Wednr«dav night at : 30 In T o F bill on r i M n l n « t r e r t Masonic =, ^lal me.tipsr "'.^"S 1 ",], 0 * i.o. 8, A. P. A, M., tonls" at ' 3° oelo There w i l l be a m e e t i n g of Macon c o u n t v bai mcmbpis at the c o u i t house at 9 o clock tomorrow m o r n i n g to take action t h a t w i l l e n a b l e them to t e c o m mend a Decatur attonw to G o v e r n o r D u n n e for a p p o i n t m e n t as c i i c u i t j u d g e to succeed the l a t e Judge W C T o h n s It is expected that p r a c t i c a l l y all meml ers of the bai In t h i , countv will be present t h a t is so far as t h e v are w i t h i n reach at t h i s time THRFE TO BE \ O T E D ON The c a n d i d a t e s to be v o t e d on a this bar meeting a i e I A B u c K i n = h i m A G W e b b e r and Claik 4 McMillen The one who w i n s in this m e e t i n g vvil h a v e the u n a n i m o i s support of all l a w v e r s present ^ HITFIELD H\S OTHER PLAN'S ^ M o r n e i T K ^ h i t f i e l d is an actve C a n d i d a t e for the succe=slon to th' bench but his cause Is not to be prc ented for a c t i o n at t h i s bar meeting He i n n o u n c e d todav tint he w i l l no so into the m e e t i n g s till he Is to remain a c a n d i d a t e and of course this m e a n s he propo-es to f o r w a r d his Candida v in some other wav THREE \ G R E E ON MEETING I A B u c k i n g h a m was the firct to piopose l e a v i n g the m a t t e r to the Macon c o u r t v bar He did this in a letter made publu the f i r s t of the week A t t o i n e v McMillen p r o m p t l v fell In w i t h the suggestion and Mr "Webber as j u s t as prompt In a n n o u n c i n g this ould be a good w as to settle the mat- Mr Webber w a s called on this morn- g bv law v e r s f o r w a i d i n g the proceed b i r m ' e t . n g He told them the an is all u c h t w i t h him t h a t he a r e c e n t i v e candidate t h o u g h he oes not I n t e n d to isk anv. body to v o t e r him This nade t h r e e of the four men- oned candidates in f a v o r of the bar eetmg So it w a s decided to go held and call it for Thursday morn- ng Notice w i l l be got to e v e r v law- er in the c o u n t y S W E E N E Y \ C \ N D I D \ T E It was told todav that E J Sweeney f Clinton is a candidate to succeed ildge Johns =ome people got after 1m to get into this race Their the- rv was that a t t o r n e v s in Macon c o u n v will split UD over the matter w i l l et up a f i g h t among themselves and h a t t h e governor w i l l then stop t u r - ner bloodshed bj a p p o i n t i n g a man l o m o u t r i d e t h e c o u n t v Of course Mr Sweeney s name will .ot be v o t e d on In the bar meeting omorrow the m e e t i n g is called to rec- m m e n d a Macon c o u n t v man to the gov ernor At first it was hoped to hold the meeting this evening In the court loti'e H o w e v e r It was found that tomorrow m o r n i n g will be tl e earliest :onvenient time NOTICE TO G0\ ERNOR The f o l l o w i n g official notice of the death of J u d g e Johns was sent to Gov- rnor Dunne bv C i r c u i t Clerk John ^1- en "V* e d n c s d a v m o r n i n g July 1 1914 Hon E d w a r d M Dume, S p r i n e f k l d 111 Dear G o v e r n o r -I beg to a d v i s e vou of a vacancv ..mong the circuit judges of the Sixth udiclal district bv the death of Hon \ \ i l l i a m C Johns of Decatur w h i c h occuued on J u n e 25 Most respectfullv, JOHN ALLEN Clerk Circuit Court Decatur, III BAKERY SALE Mrs J S Adams C u n d a 5 school class of St Paul s Methodist church w i l l g i v e a bakerv sile Satin dav at Dickerson s g r o c e i v \ v i l h a m street and Last ave- n u e GOE= TO M O N T \ N \ J E ( ori i n g t o n commission m e r chant of T a « t rerro Gordo street, l e a v e s v v e l n r = lav for P h i n e g a t e Mont to v i ' i t his «on and d a u g h t e r and m c i d e n t a l l v to inspect his son s great w h e ^ t c i r p M R S G R \ \ E « B E T T E R Mrs ^ A G r a v e s f o r m e r l y M =s Be'ilah Jones who h « = been seriouslv ill at her h o m e 1'IS N o i t h Monroe street i s s t r a d i l i m p i o v m s S h e w a s threatened w i t h a n p t n d i iti« but now seems to be out of danger According to Figures in the School Census. INCREASE IS SHOWN 15,072 Individuals Under the Age of 21. PLA.YING IN \ A.RD Fred S c h i m a n s k i the eisht-veir old bov who w a s s t r u c k r v a \\ibash s w i t c h e n e i n e w h i l e dossing t h e t r a c k s a f M o i g a n c ti eet Tuesdav is reported to be out of d i n g e r t o d a v His injuries were c o n f i n e d to bruisrs ani c u t s about the head and chest i r l e n j s of the b o j sav he w a s p l a v i n c in hi= v a r d T u e - d a v a f t e m o o n a f t r v a v m g bee n b r o u g h t home f r o m th hr = pital STILL PICKING B E R P I E = r A Hazelrlgz on the Bloomington road north of Decitur i ='ill bus- gathering his crop o' raspberries There still remain some of the earlv berries to be picket and w o r k e r o are just starting on the late crop The rain has come too l a t e to a f f e c t the berries other than to delav the picking PRETTY B^BY CONTE=T Dan H i g ^ i n s n n n P z e r of the Pari = theater in the 1200 I lock on East Eldorado street is c o n l i ^ t i n g a bai-v c o n test at his theater f-is week Prize" w i l l b e a w a r d e d c i t n d a v e v e n i n g t o the prettiest ar d most comical babies Pictures of the babie* are being shov n on the screen this w e e k T h a t Decatur s present p o p u l a t i o n !· o v e r the 4 0 0 0 0 m a r k is h e e^ lma*»- m a d e bv local a u t h o r i t i e s who tw-e iheir e-timates upon f i e school ci ns i" w h i c h has now hi en n e a r l j c o m n l c t r 1 It has been f o u n d tint In the citv thi re a r e i i f - 2 i n l i v i d u a l s u n d e r t h e i g c «£ 21 Lxi erts t a k i n g these figurt"! T- a hls|s a n d m i l l t l p l v i n g t h e m b v ! ' t to a p p i o x i m a t e ' the n u m b e r of old r people set the p o p u l a t i o n at p i e s e n t i t 4 1 4 4 GOOD T V r p E \ « E In e v e r v i n s t a n c e the, f o u r ee n = i« I t a k e r s h a v e f o u n d a s u b s t a n t i a l in- rrea in the n u m b e r of c h i l d r e n nnd v o u n s people w i t h i n t i e school a«fl l i m i t T h e t e t r i t ^ i j noi t h o f t h e " v \ a bash r a i l r o a d a n d east of t h e c e n t e r of N o i t h \ A a t e r sirn-f w h i ' - h waf -Im ' e t n t o r v t i k - n bv I B = h i c k Iw is f o u n 1 to c o n t a i n ·! "H" c h i l d r e n u n d e r the age l i m i t and w i s also f o u n d to bo the n ost pop i l o u s t e r r i t o r v IN O T H E R = n " T l O N ~ Here t o o t h e i n r e a ^ e o v e r f l c - i r e i l a = t v e a r \\f- 'oun1 to be l i r ^ st Tie s o u t h ' a ^ t p o r t i o n C I U I P n e x t t h i s I B t i e tt-rr orv soi th of t h e \\ ib- 1 b m i l n I I i and east of t f I l l l n ' n s r ^ n t i )] w h o b f l v o u n g e r p o p u l a t i o n w i s * u n d !o n u m - ber t «0" In the southwest the fig lies a r , i 0«. and the n o r t h w e s t is f i g u r e d ap 11T The census was taken bv J B Shi k, R r D a v i d = on A A K n i s l e j a n ' i V\ A l e x a n d e r O n l v a small pa'-t of t ' t s o u t h w e s t portion is to be r o m p l ' t e ' , the work there h a v i n g been delav ed MLCH TO BE DONE Much r e m a i n s to be done on t h e census b v schiol a u t h o r i t i e s w h o h a v e lo go o v e r the f i g u r e s a g a i n ind ded t f r o m them the n u m b e i of those u n d i r six v e a r s of age and o v e r IS, t h u s f i n d me the exact n u m b e r of public s c h j i l people in Decatur TO HOSPITAL. Mrs Rose B D a v i s 324 W abash a v e - nue who has been sick for o t h e r three months is in a s e n o i s condition and was taken to the St M a r y s h o s p i t a l esterdav CUT OLT ^ POLE In making the changes on "North Main stree* incidental to p u t t i n g down the new p a v i n g a m o n g w h i c h are cutting off the c o r n e t s it became neces- sarj for the n i l w a and light company to m o v e the iron poles it a few v e a r s ago set in the coiners to carrv Its guv wires On the cornel of N o r t h street the companv w l 1 do a w a v with one pole lea-ing two to carrv the load w i t h the assistance of one back a l i t t l e w a v s f i o m t h e corner CHEST~~OF SIL-V ER One of the most handsome of the ..anv p i e s c n t s r e c e i v e d bs ^ H D u e r r and Mtss Irene H a n d l i n who married Tuesda e v e n i n g w a s a «1"0 liest of s i l v e r p i e s i n t c d to t h u n bv lie board of directors of the Y M C TO GRE^T F\LLS Miss Elizabeth and Helena Terrv 12 North Main street l e f t Wednesdav morning for Great Falls Mont when. he expect to spend a part of the summer on a. f i l e n d s large ranch The oung women a^e dn ghters of Lugene Terrv of the \\abash MOTHER-IN-LAW UNDER ARREST rs M i n n i e Davis corner of Jasper and Eldorado street' was arrested Tuesdav e v e n i n g on a state w a r r a n t sworn out bv, her d a u g h t e r - i n - l a w c h a r g i n g h e r w i t h bootlegging S h e gave bond in the sum of f:00 to appear before Justice Saxton at 1 o clock Fri- dav a f t e r n o o n MINE WORKERS NAME OFFICERS Cml! Rhclnhold Nams-d Delegate to Paoa Contention. Local No 7M of the United Mine Workers mea T u e « d a v night, chose Emil R h e l n h o l d as delegate to th special Pana conv cntion and elected the f o l l o w i n g o f f i c e r s President--CSus Boehm Mce president--Herman Boll Financial secretary--Emil Rheinhold Recording s e c r e t a r v -- C l i f f o r d Hill Treasurer--Jacob Grallker A u d i t i n g c o m m i t t e e -- J =tarbody Louis Fuhs. ^ d a m Semelka Doorkeeper--bus Lengsfeld Janitor--John Rothwell scale committee No 1--A Hackett No 2--J Reinhold Jr Pit committee. No 1--J Prell A Hackert. F Rostek No 2-J Reinhold Sr lames Bain, Jr Edward Lentz Sitk c o m m i t t e e -- N o 1, TT Santofskl N o 2--Gclonek Delegates to Trades and Labor--Eml Reinhold L E Rjde-, G Boehm Ed w a r d Acton MARRIAGE LICENSES. Reed U Holcomb Oaklej Zoe Mirfle Mver Long Creek tp Tamss M Fitzgerald TMca B o Sarah Elizabeth Stout P'orla. John l_lit"»kv Rochester N Y j o n n ^ i_ i i L--1% · .-··- 1 Aana KlllUn, Pecatur .j,... ··-· Lega- Lega 2 i *»·-«··* ROCKING CHAIR CLUB The Rocking Chair club w i l l meet 'hursdav afternoon w i t h "Mrs "vv b :nloe 1660 N o r t h B r o a d w a v street Scout Dick Klnsella of the New York G i a n t s called u p t h e D e c a t u r b i l l c l u l o f f i c i a l s ' o ' l n w m g t h Kim i n ^ p r l n K - f i e l d Tuesdav and mad J n o f f e r for M?no"a and I v i r m a v n r T h f i ^ ' i r p p nc» not g v e n out b u t It Is uor ( t l n n P o t u r ever recei ·" d for mv two r ' v - ers b e f o i e outside of ^ p i t c b e r r t w o OFFER R r n «srr» Tne offer wa* I m m t i i i t t v r e f u s e ^ bv the loci i - T e l i l " i e- i i«e of fie request m a l t 1 t e '11 s at tlw- booster m e e t i n g in t i e s p i l n g 1i it any !jood p l a v e t s d e v c l o p t i dm H R tl e ReH. son lv not sold u n t i l the end of tho son Decat ir w i l l h Id on to thosf rren a s t h e v i t a i l z i p a r t i n g w i t h them w o u l d a l n n s t w re k the t 111 T b e j hope tn get pome good of* « foi t h e m r i g h t m a r t h e e n 1 o f t h e season be'oit. t h e d r i f t i n g S H I S O I I b . . K i n s and to tl en Bell t h i n i w i t h Ih* p i i v i l c g e o f kecr n g t h e m u n t i l t i n season is o v t r If not sold he'nre t i n , o i a f t i n g season D e " t u r w o u l d lo-.. several tl o s i u j d o l l a r s on t h o m ir t h t v could then be d i a f t e d for f " each bv t e maj' rs TO NE\V YORK Miss Nola Treat f o r m c r l manager of the public school lunch room and Miss Elizabeth Stone supervisor of domestic science in the publiv, schoois ;cft "VTerlnesda-v for a trip to New "i ork Titv where thej expect to spe id A month ADMINISTRATOR 11 John M Gorden and H c n i v J Ziegler were "\Vednesda a p p o i n t e d a d m i n i s - trators of the estate of i r l s t i a n B Ziegler and filed their bo ids in t i e sum of S2S 300 SCARLET FEVER A case of scarlet fever is reported in the fajnib of John K l = h 7"i Eist De c a t u r street STARR I N C H A N G E D TV H Starr s condition Is reported to be unchanged t o d i j AMBRICAV Chicago at Detroit game postponed, r a i n St Louis at Cleveland game postponed n i n Boston at Philadelphia u i m e post- I oned t w o pames tomor ow New "ioik . . . . " 1 \ \ a s i u n g t o n . 0 C Batteries--McHnle a n d S w i t n e , b h a w and H e n r y IN SPRINGFIELD Mrs Henrv Hoedinghous and son George Edward spent Tuesda in Springfield v i s i t i n g ST JVNIES PORCH T L Corlev of tthe St James hotel has Just completed the erection of a large steel frame porch in f r o n t of the hotel covering the space out to the curb It is 14 bv 20 and a f f o r d s a bal- conv on the second floor for the guests to sit on It was b u i l t at a cost of about $300 ADMINISTRATORS NAMED John J Wood has been appointed administrator of trie estate of his mother Catharine L Wood a n d has filed bond in the sum of 544 OOn Frank Halmbacher h a s been appointed a d m i n j f t r a t o r of the estate of Frederick Schareln ajid has filed bond in the sum of" $200 FIRST CHRISTIAN MEETING POSTPONED The meeting of« the exei H i v e rom- mlttee o f t h e C h r i s t i a n L n d e i v o r ? i - cieti of the First f h r i s t l i n rb r h Tuesdav n i g h t w a s postponed u n t i l t h o Mondav e v e n i n g b f f o i e the n e x t business meeting BORN. To Mr and Mrs B C Arnold 234 West u£ «tre«t, July J, ft eqa ·NATION U, FIRST j V M I - R U E Philadelphia 4 o o o o .1 i 2 n--T MI Boston 0 . 0 · « 1 1 O--.' h Batteries--Mavor ml Doohn I n v l s an Cow 15 Bnoklsn at w York g^m" POP r^nprt rain Stnndnrd Br*rtr* tn Mrr« The S t a n d a r d Bearei s o' tne F l r - t Methodist church w i l l meet Thur"1a a f t e r n o o n at the h o m e of Mis" El. i Lutz In Oak Crest Ml m e m b . r s h a v . been asked to assemble at t h " I n t e r u r ban s t a t i o n at 1 o clock T h u r = d a a f - ternoon to take the S p r i n g f i e l d car l e a v i n g the station it T "^ Found GulHy A. E Catron and Goldlo Brook* charged with d l s o i d e r b c o n d u c t werfl found guilts b Justice. I H McCov Tuesdav afternoon a n d »a r h flnel 81030 The clt s two w l t n » « « wtr» N i g h t raptain W h l t t r n ind Officer Fred Meece, who arrested the two. LWSPAPLRl

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