Decatur Evening Herald from Decatur, Illinois on October 10, 1930 · Page 5
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Decatur Evening Herald from Decatur, Illinois · Page 5

Decatur, Illinois
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Friday, October 10, 1930
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DECATUR HERALD FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 10, 1930. DECATUR HERALD in fcsey frocks. ·kth or lace. · will find il lorn 11 to 20 ind blue Days te bent selling or « few (,en(» cruggs end ours," nfield, author ' nnd "Good i. lorn» author ower." Kantor, reraey," rlk Hose Suits (peril [brand new Uois flt mery s«6 V r-isr" \*/ I ,, box CHICAGO BAR ASS'N. " REPORT^ APS LYLE Commend Energy, But Regret Lack of Judicial Temperament Aurora Banker Dies; Had Colorful Career H'l 1 «1! I f CHICAGO Oct 10 tfliju John H - Mtinlelpnl l«»)*r In a» or diiw to rid Chicago Of d ganpittni man condftmiutt t» (01 mm C'lt Bur A»»ori« tlen prwildcntH no ntltl 'lucking ft judicial '"' ci»l office file W i»Uiin«Y# merntom of Ih* t «nin)ttw on e«nHiUit«» of the bar MMCJ*t«ui l«olar««l in » report to ,h« «*anlflH!wi that t ) l « was on* o( flve municipal J\idge« who " Mt b« r«-i»leet*(l ' The report I* one of ih* tiounl pro llffllnsri*! to tho judlr-lnl election* In rt commanding tlmt Ll« not be rKlwtw! th» committee comm«nrt cd him fw hl« "vlsfor *nrt Imlopen- riMCC but condemned him for 'luck «t Jut"* 1 * 1 tempwumoni and the eft- Mcliy f*r Judicial office B V AUROUA, Oct. tO-Fun*ial wrv. Iceo for Petv Klein, 61, former newi- paper publlaher and banker, will be held here Friday Kteln. a native of Germany, was « rwident of Aurora fot «A y«ar«, and wiw publisher »of the Aurora Volksfround, a German nowapapar, for more than 60 years Soiling hi* Interest In the newnpaper Klein entered th« banking field and wan president of th« American National Bank Of Aurora He bocnmo chairman of th« boaid of directors of the consolidated banking firm of the Aurora National bank and the First National bank Klein dicrt at hid home here Thumdlny Deserter Turns Robber; Killed In Station Hold-up Judge htt » Rained Judge, first national through lit lnff uruniiftlly high bonds of ehnrfted wltli crimes And ttiroiiftr. the apeclnoular Io«d1n((*to bung ,boat wrest of 39 K«nKsl»ni whom tilt «rlm« commfewlon tmi I In tad n» itflt front ) CINCINNATI. O., Oct 10 - Earl Martin, 21, S tea mi), Ky, who deserted from the army at Fort Benjamin Harrison, Indianapolis, last Monday, was »hot to death In an attempted fllltnit itatlon holdup here, Thursday Hi* companion, Charles Stanton, 24, Union City, Ind waa captured Martin *« killed by Motorcycle Officer Marry Holtman, who arlved at the elation M the robbery waa tn progress Martin pulled the trigger of his gun, but the weapon failed to fire and a moment later Holtman shot him down Stanton, who was alt- PRESS SEARCH FOR HONEYMOON MURDERER Man Believed To Be Slayer Married In Belleville Monday i.Uli Ulliltut dm 1 ST LOUIS, Dot 10--Police Friday, extended to Illinois and Wisconsin cltlcH their search for George W, Perry wanted In connection wllh the slaying of hie bigamous wife now Lac Du Fluntboau, Wls Perry WIUH believed to have been heie foi three we«kn in the soaicti ot nnothe wife He mauled a 'Mrs Hartlett MIIHgan," In Belleville 111 Monday, Justice of the Peace Carl anas Bald He wan to tccelve an ( sw«r to his marriage pioposal the next day from another woman when publication ot his picture in newspapers frightened him and police SB be left the oily Bcpoits that he haj been located In Montgomery Citj, Mo, w f i o do nled by authorities there aa -well as by St Lou la police Perry did not return for hli has- pago at a downtown hotel where police were waiting to an eat him Mra Dorothy Hag«rty told police Thursday, that Perry had been searhlnft for a. wife here for thiee weeks, and that ha was to lotvnn ting In a parked cm awaiting Martin's icturn, fled but was captured Tuesday for her decision on hla pro posal Perry, Mrs, Hugerty said, showed her an automobile Hccnne card Issued to Mrtt Cora Bell Hn.ok ett Mts. Hackott IB the wohian whom Ferry Is bctioved to have slain after their mairlage NO FISHV TASTE IN QUICK TABLETS Y ou may be over your cold, but aren't you ttilt rundown? McCoy'* new twtelTM ttbleti wilt qtuckly budd up your resistance. All the beneficial quaUtiea of cod liver oil are m them. All the healthful vitamin*, without that fi*by,oUy Utte.UcCoj'1 Cod Uver CM Extract Tablet* are KCOMnwnded by doctor* everywhere. The faraou* Good HouKkeepine Institute hai pvm McCoy's Ite *e«l of approval. Start Ukmt McCoy'* tablet* today. You Witt thank u* thte winter when all your friend* are suffering from natty soldi. Just aak your druggttt for McCoy**. M C C O Y ' S C O D L I V E R O I L T A B L E T S Saturday's Headlined Special Purchase Sae $1.95 Rollins SILK Hose J --u 200 Bewitching Fall Hats $ 2 .98 ThoM ;ory p o p u l A r (,yon» aiwl trmiapiu cnt \«lv«ln with upturned brinui JVH« almlnffly stylad ·with Hlnglo and rush I on Kveiy n«w $1.29 --One of the 'finest hoee made! Full- fashioned with the famous Rollins run- stop. Sheer chiffon and semi-chiffon. \ number of good Full colors, AII'l.'l.95SilkHose Full ' Fashioned Semi' Fashioned ttm full fnHhl«iuit fm -- ltDiItiH * I o» -mi, inn . i' v twri t tun h -- irrhfl »l etltffuu b if ?«/«/· Vogu* Kid Gloves Btrwk null ( koMii Hllp-. on*, Priced J3Wi nnd Dewlur'i Fovorifc Dcpnrfmewi Store for Tbtfty People Notable For Variety Value These Charmins DRESSES $0.75 --Th* more carefully you huve rend your fashion mngnxme* the more rx- ftting you'll find thene new dreiMt --Fnvorite print silks, flnt crepC!* newelt m color conlraat* To Be Fashionable Choose "Betty Rose" Coats Specialized Values --Out of rhe-ordmfwy fashion valueil Cents Uvwhly furred uncl dutmctivcly aiyled Beftuti- fiilly lined nnrl warmly interlined. Dec«tur'» t«t \im* Stre* H to 4$ $28 $2.50 Plaid BLANKETS $195 - -10x80 cotton plaid b l a n k e t s good weight and full £lgc $2.95 Indian BLANKETS $1.95 - -64x78 blight ,ol- orcd blankets Part wool, very warm BLANKETS $1.59 -Tan and grey ool- ton b fancy Copies Italian '' Real Leather Jewelry $1 .00 muni Itdllnn nnd o«Hrv ropro mv |i oo .Purses at $1.98 Top book and ilpptr purse* of R*nnln* leftth- or New Fall Shoes AlUSilk GIRDLES 59c ( |uitt)o ull-sllk (clrdled Comfortable In fit nnd vnUwit nt ML Notion*. $2 and $2,50 Complete .Rooms Wallpaper r^l» m«tni enough «id«. A . -- ^ *»il. celllnf *nd border \ m xO ^·JoomjiJxH feet v * T · J ' J* choow from (it Itr --Slrnpi ninl II" In kl.l tiiHl put enl *« nml Men'a-Yvunjr Men'* Fine Calf Shoe. $4 -Hull loli ) I o I n tii* nxlnrfc fin* itntln rntf I * it ttor -- rhlltiF*n'« *lin», MHinlj, 3 III* 1 t» '· Quality and Style Considered Gebhart's Basement Store Gives You More for Your Money Than Any Other Store In Central Illinois , -This Basement Store of ours U not a "hit and run" affair. --It is a real store, its success based upon c o m p l e t e stocks of good merchandise at low prices. Safe Women'* Crisp Wash Dresses --They're new 1 %hort «nd lung Ftlcove ·--ol«r* (at rtywl, It uii ia SZ. DtoMtar'i Ft S»M fir TMfkj Expensive Styles Reproduced In New Silk Dresses $C!95 --Lovely fuhioni thit ire tell* ing *t many limei thii price faithfully copied. --In plain and printed *Utt, coverte and juliard* 5 A New Purchase Brings These Luxurious Coats $ --Every tingle one of thete «o»U hive the itvte details of "higher* priced" model*. --Lovely fabric*, big fur tett and beautiful liningt. 18 Worn. $1.50 Full Fashion Silk Hose 79c --Pittw illk Mrvh(i hose nnd only slightly Ir- rcsulnr 1 Silk to tbu verj top wid with French hMh Women' J Rayon Stripe Jersey Bloomers 39c --A barf tin! Mripa frnry btoom- ftn In llfKt Only ate. 70x80 Full Size Fleeced Blankets $1.00 -- IMI *t«n hrtt! e«i»MaBtlon* it frtm. H. Man- ptat« valiw Non-Run UNDIES -- N o n - r u n rayon lihmmcre, vert*, pun- tie* und e t n t p - l n * . Taho yonr clioko -School Hosiery fancy -I'luln or hWHI fur I»OJ« Mill Slrlw, Long nwrinj; itnd --Children'* txU» but- loa milto. Lonf or nhort vltnven. -Sl«rf S to II Women's Sweaters .--All-wool button coal imentoTM, ~St,\Ui*h and wnrm Slies tti-t* --Men'f m * d l w m heavy weight »u(U iw *cru. « 8« to 41 .... or In ,$1 Sellers! Girls' Pretty School Frocks 79c --Winsomn froeks jitst th« pretty prlntN irlrtn ·will rave nbont. --Trimmed in en n trust- Ine colors, guarantee) fart. Shten 1 to U. Shoes 3£ Family--BIG Saving! Dependable, Style-Right Shoes At Lowest Price* Consistent With Quality Infants' Bloomers 10c -- J o r a o v tnrlnfnntH. I'ltikund whiti-, tvnrni. In nlw* Boy.'lGirU'lMen'.IWomen'il Warm Underw'r 50c $1 50c 79c -- C h i l d r e n ' * otiUnr *if ipcm with 1*1*1. --Gertftti\*\y cut, N!EI» **·« -- \V o m u n ' » (town* of utripe IkMinoL Boy.' Elk Shoe* -A I 1 - r I k «Jn« «l till). a h * r I n * I. » lo Look! for School Wear Boys' 2-Pant Fall Suits $y95 --Hero'i. whrr* you get mom ((if jour money! _^Cln*!iy ttre-knloker lutta taUored to fit and mode to rtnnd WEAR! --Cost rayon llnetl. Mt. Men's BlueChambray Shirts 50 CENTS -Comfort mid ,Bi«rt S o m It I n * 1 I r a p * awl Mr* In ·!! -- W h n t » ·traUMt of demon- greater -- S » f l ' y » r n , Mm Foil cut Mlldltd. and II I* 17. Boys'Classy New Long Pants f 1 - T a i l o r e d wttk a W* of «wat -W · t r l u * Men's Smart Dress Hose 19cp 'air --Good looking! Smart rtrip* and plaid combi* nation* Firit quality. Broadcloth SHIRTS $1.00 --Men', "Society Brand" shirt* gtwtr* anteed! Many new patterm. 14-17. Boys'Girls* Sweaters $1.00 m what tmppy color combim* tiont, Sw« 24 lo 34: IMMllMlfenBKBOTMWnWIiailinMIMtMB^

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