The Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois on July 2, 1914 · Page 9
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The Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois · Page 9

Decatur, Illinois
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Thursday, July 2, 1914
Page 9
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Thursday Evening, July 2, 1914. T H E DECATTJR R E V I E W Pajje Nine ^ MH TO GO TO STATE CONVENT Practical Program Arranged at Peoria. mortal farm which has been preserved a It was In Lincoln's boyhood, were visited In the trip, and many other points ot Interest were also seen by the Decatur people. · j^ practical i»rogram has been ar- ··cKed for the state Christian Endeav- tfr convention which IB to be held In feorla July »-ll. _ Emphasis will be laid at this convention on practical conference and class work. Thorough training In all branches of young peoples' work will be given for those who wish It The convenient location of the convention city, the low expenses to del- citates. the musical features and the program with Its many excellent speakers and practical conference leaders, are expected to attract a large number of Endeavorers f:om all parts of Illinois. SPECIAL CONFERENCE. Karl Lehmann. field secretary for the I'nltecl Society ot Christian Endeavor, will conduct special conferences on Christian Endeavor methods. Walter D. Howell, formerly field secretary lor Michigan and Minnesota, will speak on "New Plans for Work." Other prominent speaker* -n 111 be Charles Reign Scovllle, Ira D. Lan- eirith. Daniel A. Poling-, E T. Fan-ill. It. A. IValker. Kiyoshi Tabe of Japan, end E P. Gates, Il'lnois field secretary. One feature of the convention ·will be conferences tor high school students Other features -will be oratorical contests, stereopticon views, sunrise missionary service, readings I · nd recitations, social demonstrations Saturday night camp fires. Junior rally, musical program, reunion of Christian Endeavor alumni stats officers' baniuet, Los Angeles reunion and junior breakfast. Sessions are to be held In the collse- t/n. It Is expected there will be a good eized delegation from this vicinity. DECATUR'WITHOUT HUMANE OFFICER Cm-It Sebroeder Hn» Made Efficient Officer--Plan* ot Miule. Eecatur an3 Macon county are now without a. humane officer. The con- fact with Eurtt r E. Sch-oeder expired with the county- at tlis last meeting of the board of super\.=ors and w a s not renewed and his contract with tbe city exn r ed TuesJrv anJ the city did not u-i"h to assume the entire expense of his salary. The appropriation for the police department Is no larger this year than last Mr. Schroeder had made an efficient h-urnane office- Only Monday he ordered an old horse off the street and several times a week he has had old and crippled horses given a chance to rest up A few times he has been In- Etrumental In securing better treatment for child-en that were neglected by their parents. Mr Scrroeder has rot jet decided what he will do. RAY SAWYER TO RETURN TO D. H. S. Plan* for Going Elsewhere Did Not Mature; MU» Schatfer Leave*. Ray Sawyer, teacher o" manual training In the Decatur high school who tendered his resignation some time ago pending the completion of plans for other work next year, ha* accepted the old position, and will return to the local teaching force. He gave notice In order that there c uld le no trouble In filling his place should his other plans mature. Miss Wllhelmlna Schaffer, who taught German In the high school last vear has resigned to take up similar w o r k In the Harvey, 111., high school, that school being nearer her home. RAIN LESSENS SPARK DANGER The rain Tuesday evening came opportunely for the safety and peace of m i r d of the Wabash railroad whose engines TV ere beginning to hold their bieath while passing dry wheat fields In the country and dryer wooden buildings in cltiear and towns. Wooden bridges and culverts on this division of the TVabash have been suffering- during the hot weather from svnrks and hot coals dropped by pass, ing engines. Sunday a large field of dry wheat on the south end was set on fire by an engine spark and the crew cf the freight train after notifying the farmer went back to the scene and helped extinguish the blaze which threatened to destroy the entire crop. Sells Cigar Counter. Arthur Gresham who. owned the ciirar counter and pool room at the Dec n t u r hotel has sold the former and will devote his time to looking after the pool room The cigar business was sold to Charles Lltchenberger The New Baby is World's Wonder BACK FROM TRIP TO KENTUCKY 5I-. and Mrs A. C. Norton and their Ciughter of IMS West Decatur street, ha\e just returned from a sli weeks' trip In Kentucky, where Mr. Norton has been working in the Interest of state adoption of text books carried ·by his firm.. He succeeded in gaining the adoption of two text books in Kentucky. Mammoth Cave and the Lincoln me- Every tiny Infant makes life's perspective wider and brighter. And whatever there Is to enhance its arrival and to ease and comfort the expectant mother should be en en attention. Among the real helpful things is an external abdominal application known as "Mother's Friend." There Is scarcely a community but ^nat has its enthusiastic admirer of this splendid embrocation. It is so well thought of bv women who know that most flrus stores throughout the United States carry "Mother's Friend" as one of their staple and reliable remedies. It Is applied to the abdominal muscles to relieve tUe strain on lisaments and tendons. Those who have used It refer to the ease and comfort experienced during tha period of expectancy; they particularly refer to the absence of nausea, often so prevalent as a result of the natural expansion. In a little book are described irore fully the many reasons why "Mother's Friend" has been a frlenfl indeed to women with timely hints, suggestions and helps for ready reference. It should be In all homes. "Mother's Friend" may be bad of almost any druggist, but it you fall to find It write us direct and also write for book to Dradfleld Regulator Cdi, 403 Lamar Bldg., Atlanta, Ga. A PAIR OF $6 TROUSERS F R E E with every suit ordered t 1 Q at our regular price, «P 10 This is our usual, semi-annual method of clearing stock, and, it includes every fabric in the house. You may select pants to match your suit or in any different pattern. Of course, our usual perfect workmanship is embodied in every garment and the service is "top notch"--as always. It is the best retail clothing proposition of the day. The Old Reliable, "One-Price" Tailors. 152 East Main St. O. E. Warren, Manager. BIG SPECIAL BANG! BANG! Here we are, firing a volley of Summer street wash dresses at vou--new dresses for the FOURTH, every one the latest model ,and made from the newest materials; every dress worth double the amount, some sold at $10. BIG- special $3.95 SWEEPING PRICE-REDUCTIONS ALL DAY FRIDAY AT GEBHART'S All day Friday and until 9 p. m. our hosiery and underwear sections will offer some sensational values in warm weather necessities. Store will be closed all day Saturday but will stay open until 9 o'clock Friday night. 25c Children's Half Hose 15c Ladies' Stay-on Vests 3 for 25c ^·b^^. 600 ladies' stay-on vests, made of excel_ - _ lent fine thread, the vests you want for eluding white; some are silk; all -| £ ,, ^ f ^^ comfort; worth 15c, this sale, 3 for Ladies' White Hose 2 Pair 23c 350 pair of ladies' wh'te hose, all sizes, made of superfine lisle; Fri- OK/» day and Friday night, 2 pair... sfetPL- $1.00 Men's Union Suits 79c 400 men's fine union suits in all sizes, fine ribbed, that sell at $1.00; th's sale 79c 75c Men's Porosknit Union Suits 50e 300 men's poroskit union suits, all sizes, short sleeves and ankle length; a 75e garment for Ladles' Union Suits 25c 1,000 ladies' fme union suits, sleeveless and knee length, all sizes; O pT ~ a bargain at £tO\s Men's Hose 3 for 25c 800 pair of men's superfine hose in all colors, for Friday and Friday night you can buy them O K *» 3 for «£UC Ladies' Fine Silk Hose 50c Ladies' pure silk hose in blue, pinks, greys, lavender, black and white, rein- 50c forced top, double heel and toe. This special sale Ribbons, Neckwear, Embroideries, On Special Sale Friday 50c Fancy Ribbons 25c 300 bolts of beautiful fancy ribbons, in moires, satins, checks, pretty plaids and floral patterns, that sell at 50c; Friday and Friday night 50c Ladies' Neckwear 25c One lot of ladies' fine neckwear, including Normandy Collars, Lace Collars, Jabots and other findings that sold at 50c; this sale lOc Embroideries 5c 1,800 yards of fine embroideries, consisting of flouncings up to 15 inches wide; these are goods that always sell at lOc; this sale lOc and 15c Handkerchiefs, 6 for 25c 500 ladies' and men's fine handkerchiefs that are sold at lOc and 15c; Friday and . Friday £» 9P\f» night all go U for UtJ\, 5c Peroxide 3c 1,000 bottles of peroxide that sells for 5c; Op this sale O V 75c long silk and chamoisette gloves ... EPS-' 49c 75c Ladies' Long Gloves 49c 400 pairs of long gloves in silk lisle and chamoisette in white, black and chamois color. These are 75c gloves that will sell Friday and Friday night for 49c $1.00 Lov'-Me Perfume 89c For this sale we offer the new Lov'-Me perfume that sells at ?1.00 QQ/» an ounce, for O*/C Ladies' White Wash Hats $1.00 For the Fourth you want a white wash hot. Friday we offer an exceptional value at , $1.00 Suits WORTH UP TO $40, CHOICE OF THE ENTIRE HOUSE $5.00 Suit Cases and Traveling Bags $1.50 Matting Suit Cases $1 50 matting suit cases. 24- inch, excellently bound, brass locks and good handle; a $1.50 suit case for... $1.00 Matting Traveling Bags, $1.50 to 25c Matting traveling bags, all sizes, with brass locks or leather straps; ?1.50 to , 25c Leather Traveling Bags, §15.00 to $4.95 200 full leather traveling bags, size 16 to 20 inches, in white wash hat. Friday we rus and pigskin. The finest line in Decatur, $15.00 to Big Fibre Suit Case $3.95 50 fibre suit cases, 7 inches deep, heavily trimmed, good brass locks, water proof-a suit case worth $5.00; this sale Silk Suits WORTH UP TO $40 CHOICE OF THE ENTIRE HOUSE $10 20% OFF ON ALL CEDAR CHESTS ~t. HSGEBHARTCP 20% OFF ON ALL MATTING BOXES SPAPFRI SEWSPA.PF.Hl

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