Decatur Evening Herald from Decatur, Illinois on October 13, 1930 · Page 6
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DECATUR HFRAL D MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 13, 1930. DECATUR HERALD H E R A L D ' S P A G E O F I N T E R P R E T A T I O N A N D O P I N I O N ·---- ·· ' ' E d i t o r i a l s It h«« been a tow tlmt now since wo htord ot uny «peech made by Chartw livans Hughe*, and miyba ho Is still wiuwnberlnit ttmt one he nude in1M8, in which he Mild, "the wny to make worh mor« abundant, waRtw moro steoure and invcsl- m«nU bettor protected 1* to voto for Hnrhcrl HOCVM." The «ur*rt v»y I" bring * chanfio o weather, in this best and most Interesting of mi c lioatw I? to write ft dover paragraph lo be published the dty lollowlntf, on how fine anil sunny It Id, A DESIRABLE NEIGHBOR Th« Sunday Herald earned a slory about the city of Arthur and it. desire to have a hard road connects with Decalur. Seven miles between Arthur and Uvmgton on Rcute 133 remain wnptwd. When this pp » closed Ar- Attr will have » direct connection to Decalur by way of Routes 32 and 121 . T , The slate department of public work* informs Hie H«aW ihM the M»ting gap in all probtlalny will ba ptf ,"«Xl year', program. It U to he hoped to for Arthur hai juffeted morK than most comtmmitie* for lack of paving. Moie than two yea« ago it lost n mOk sialion cstiiblished b* a St. Louis company because the coiin;my found it unprofitable to send ill truck through mud. Arthur secured » connection with Roule 25. nnd now hni lh* milk itaiwn than comes out. The necessity of railing tnorhwus quan- tise* of water from the ocean bottom to trie surface cancels hope of having a lot of energy left over after the purnps nre turned. Prof. Claude, of course, is not the firil to produce an invention, scientifically sound but economically useless, Many clvemisls before Edison have shown the possibility of making rubber out of a wide variety of materials, but there is today no factory using such processes, for the simple reason that natural rubber is far cheaper. For a similar reason. there ii no probability lhat the world will be presently drawing unlimited and cheap electricity up from ihc depths of the ocean. Tlie most conservative man In our block In laying In several months' eupply of cottee, figurine thnt the Bniultlans will not pet down to very soon. · . 'The extension of Rome 135 will be a boon connection back again. to dairymen, , , . . i Arthur IIAS only 1.300 inl.nbitanls. W every body kno'.v, thai road grader* mm.ufacturd in Arthur go to al piitj of this country and ubrwul. Not every body knows tlial Arthur manufacturer* sled f i l i n g cabnwls. hlliim station pumps and lanb. and touriil cabin*, or that it turns out 100.000 cniis o[ voKCtal.les aium.illy, or thai its breeders jolt $100,000 of twiscj hist ycnr. Arthur mny rely upon Deeatur for any assistance it can give in security 'that ro«d. It is per My apparcni thai Arthur is one of (he communities that Dcetiiur will find il desirable O have as n neighbor wuity rrached. f pmuodiu-f Is nlwfiys bc- \t\R t n l h i - l of lntt ruiLhliis lx evcc 1'np nbnut It- find 11 Jury I" Tdleilo, 0,. rmd I" li'"- » i" tln K u flv " tTir othf-c ility Mpnuai 1 they couirtn't atttuv m iln ot tin word "Riillty." oiwtlmi'ji W find imnwlt nunlilm; I" « (lint H would be iio-tnlbU' to ki'cp a more opinion of tU- i-iwnnil iiriiiuilntnncc* win. nnll fur "mull l' n i ; l 1( t l l ( 'V llld "'" 1 iri;U " (l lllf " they rwillly I n t e n d l o puy thorn linck THE REVOLT AGAINST POVERTY .I»hnscm, "all ibe nreumtnls tliat no evil, show it to be "Sir." »KiJ S.i are hroiiKhl to represent poverty *» (.·vidcntly a great evil, You never find people laboring to convince- you that you may live very hapt-ily upon a plentiful fortune." The British sage's renowned common sense was « great tlebunkinft force. Nowadays, nrguintnts that n arge measure of happincM can go alon« with poverty, arc seldom heard, and those that are made usually are uncler suspicion, Thrv sometimes come from elderly pmnns who look back upon their youth through a golden tni*t and become send- menlnt about il. Aciuntly, they would not Iradc their pres- vnl comfort and security for the hatdfhii'-' and privations of their early yww. Som.-iima.liul rarely, povertv · n extolled by mnralist? n soinethin« virtuous m ttscll. I his argument was eommontv h'.»rtl in a tl.v wh«i asceticism wai more cotmiw*. Its iwinnml* dill «·! a«rl tljat the- stale of iwvertv wa* ihc onlv hanpy ""·. Fov Ilii-y held thai Iwp- ,Jeu in 'tlm world w,, of ihr jlrvil, anH thai only by mortification «f the rmiltl f-ct«U;il hiiss bo oi^ined. The tcndctiev to ctimb:it poverty rnlher than to ac- it philosophically, prolmblv accmmts in large measure " cept for the fatl that ihi» i|K » " e ly. llie moralist* of every * I w v u ,,eoi!e with food, clotliins, *l«-ltci a Noi »11 form* »f happin^s ccrtiimly can be purchased with money, Uit a K w«l nw«iy of them can be; and Ihese include not merely fine homes and costly ears, hut simple pleasure* tike frequent mct-ting* with the membeis of one s family or fricmK separated Ity tltstnncc, the opporl unity to see toul inspiring scenery and Ix-auliful works of art, · "Poverty." concluded Johnson, u so great an evii, and filled with so much temptation, so much misery, that I cannot Init earnestly enjoin vou to avoid it. The world if trying to heed the adviec. Poverty, which some of the re- liaiout orders nwum«! as a virtue. I he President of the United Stales still hopes lo see abolished in our own time. Rallroutlji will Im urosperoila iiufttti when Itielr rraeho nro paid tnr unit liopt In rnpnlr out of tviitit. mobile llcenwi feew find Knsn-illnc lu\ puld 1-y llic general Republican regulars In Nebraska found another George W. Nort-la, but nobotty'yet has clalmud the discovery ot a second Borah. A LEVIATHAN Of COLD CREAM "Would little woman be half w sweet if she were six feet toll?" college gW clubs used to inquire of their audiences, fir si in tenor and then in sonorous basso. The invariable applause seemed to indicate that the answer was unanimous. Many of the good things of life derive a large part of .their value from moderation. It is a mean trick thnt the statisticians of the Department of Commerce plwy upon' the little woman of the country, therefore, when they report lhat her consumption of rouge hwt year amounted to 2,000 tons. Two thousand tons of rouge 1 The very effort to visualize such » mass Is appalling. Anci that 1$ not all, nor even the worst. Miss and Mrs. America applied during the same 12 months 4,000 Ions of face powder. . 1 he unceasing industry with which this commodity is being consumed on every side; on the bus, in the ihcntcr, at the office desk, or wherever, becomes understandable. The piils have to woilj fast and constantly to gut their 4.000 ton; patted out in a year. Incidentally, it h probably staggering to laundry proprietor) and dry clcuniirs to contemplate what tonnage they are called upon to remove from handkerchief:, the lapels of Jhen'i coati, and other textiles. It i» a comfort to know thai the old joke about powdering to save the trouble of washing is empty, for a market was provided for no \ea than 6,000 tons of bath salts. And it is when we come to tlve jar and bottle commodities thnt tonnage figures really mount up: 26,000 tons of facial creams, lotions and the like, and 50,000 Ions of cold cream--a tnass approximately equal to that of the largest ocean linen. America's total investment in these various substance,! was $500,000,000, which with an equal amount spent with (tie professional assistants, brought our total beauty bill to a round billion dollars, Confronted by this fact, who shall say that depression is so terrible? T h i s a n d T h a t maU-na »lic. Actual( I r p l o r r l tlie ronfcm of NEWS OF 25 YEARS AGO TODAY FROM THE HERALD OF 1905 orKi: Shovt nnd Dick Mueller went to Taylorvillo duy tinii drew up contracts lo open a skating rinlt, « bowling tiHey end a cigar store In thnt, city. They have ttccurcd a large, iwo-story building centrally located and liavu titken v. 10-jvnr lease on It. The same gentlemen are alsu flouring on opening a IxiwEInK nlley and cigar stand in this clly. K, G. Sloven mm, ntlitetic coach tit Decutur High afliKit, will Ivuve Muniluy momlng for \Vlntcr Park, Flo., vvltere hu has accepted u position aa couch al Rollins college. Mr, Stevenson ciime to Decnlur from the University of Wisconsin, where hu mnde a remarkable record in athletic. 1 *, oml ditrlrfc' his two yenrs licro liacl drilled winning fool- linll teams, although or a number of years before the Hc-tmol had been out of the frame. Hal Slcvcns, the well-known Democrat, who also sells lumber, snys that the season of 1005 has been the best he has ever known In tlie business. Prom the first of January to the first of September, he sold 1.300 carloads of lumber for his firm. James M, Good of the Decfttur Lumber Co., who heard Ihe remark, declared that the present season would excel even the banner year of 1903. f hm-ft Hill- inomnnta ot Rloom. and ItU- Inthis one, tn whl-h t t act'tii- tu UM Unit, our l« not maile n rnrtli'lo more eointoviuliUt th« rer«"ted nasMrnnew ot Hie politicians t.lmt ft lii not ]unl a national, but u woi'ld-ivtrte dejH-cs- COAL STILL CHEAPEST There has been a general disposition to give Prof. * Claude every bcnefii of doubt, about the possible of his scheme for the generation of power from the difference in temperature beiwren deep ?ca water and warm Mirfnce water. Prof. Claude has stme inventions of in- chVpulablc success to his rvctlit. and notably the fuinil-ar i(tn tub* which brightens every business street of the d with it* intensity, _ On the evidence, however, it secrm ihiii the rrenen «itin«er (hi) time tw* fmhurket! upon a wild goose chase, Hit experimental power plant in Cuba actually worked. but it worked al a prodigious co*t. As a demonstration of a *etallilic theory, it in a succe*s, but ai a means of replncintt the *t«ni pov^er plants of the world, its ^economics are noi O f i lort to inlerest liard-heatlcd capitalists. Although called otitv an cxperimenlal plant, this ap- Miatus built by Prof. Cl.iude is hardly a laboratory loy, iT includes a pipe nearly six feet in diameter by * mile and . I w l f 1««B. citing more than $1,000,000, When this wai finally -t ltov 'ded and uc«-»fiitly lowered m place, the total amount of .energy producer) was ahnut^ 20 horsepower. Th« dimension* of a plnnt operated ort this principle, and bte O f rtplacinn even one of the gigantic steam gener- today, would be so enormous as to stagger the itn- on, and (ostly in proportion. worst of all. iffiWder to get the Claude plant to work II it is necessary first to lurn inlo il vastly more power As I View the Thing ·BY S. A. TUCKER: THE FAMILY ALBUM--The Boookcate --By Gluyat Williwft, RULES FOR THE TREATMENT OF A GOOD DOG --New Yorlt Times. Tdu proper training of a dog, BO thnt hit habits, bear- Ing ami dispoHilinn may bn n credit to his malter, Is frequently discussed, Not'so often Is strest laid on the own- i.-r'n QbUgnLlon to "do right by the dog" In the mutter of manners nnil morals. In the Bull Tei-rlor Club Annual, Dr, G, M, Vovei'it, Hiipcrlntcnd«nt of the London Zoo, outlines thi- duty ot a man to liin dog. "Never thrush your dog except (or grave mlademaan- oi-a-- D0£3 and women should not he cowed," "Never quarrel with your wife in front of your dos; doga ui'o sensitive eriwitureti." "Do not let your dog mix with nil and sundry; tiiia la sanitation, not snobbery." "Even It you should be on ft leading string yourself, do not cimln up your (log; a amall ran Is on ensy and inex- ponslvt 1 mutur." A doff in his shorl Die should have "all the sun and nil', cons Id E rail on, uxtrclflc, tun and happlncsi" that one our Rive him, H\nh treatment will be amply repaid by the dot;'if (tevoLlon, and Dr. Vevers even suggest* that pel-Imps "he will be wnlting for you in the n«xt world with a cheery bui-k of welcomo and a prodigious tail wagging," · AN OBSOLETE CUSTOM -tmllunupolia star. The iollcc of Indlawipolls would do well' 10 follu,. ini Itad of thrwe ov«r In Klehmond who have put a stop lo Itie practise of huullng brides and brideirrooms around the streets in nuloinolillos decorated with tin cans and other uolsie-muklng devlccn. The Richmond police have pronounced thoan £intlc:s to bo n common nuisance, «uch nn will not be tolerated In the future. Tlloy explain that If the friends of newly married -o«ples feel It necessary to make u public exhibition of them, the proceeding must bo noise- lOMJ. The pructlHO has no place In a city of any alzc, Tt [3 n little-town stunt that long slnca has been out of date even In the smallest ot villages. If there Is any amusement tn aueh a program It comes from the fact that the spectators know the victims. It Is noi f u n n y In n city like Indiana polls, where the participants who trnll through the public streets are strangers to thoap they dlxturli. Such demonstrations reflect credit on neither those who take rail no£ij the city that permits them. 'S' W HAT Gundhl'B riftcifiat revolution looke like, at clow range, la told vividly by Sam Hlgglnbottom principal o( a Presbyterian mlsalon nchool at Al- lahabad, ,in a circular letter to fiknte In tbto country, among whom arc many Docatur parson* who m*t Mr, Higglnbottom during his last furlough at home. Mr. Hlgginhottom refrains (torn Judging either the British or th« Indiana, notwlthsUnOlng the (act that n M own school In suffering by reason of the fact that It l« picketed by the Indian nationalists. "It Is difficult to g've a true picture of India," hi confesses; "Lord Irwln Js etandlng for the fulfillment of the pledges regarding responsible government and Dominion status. There iu a group in England who may have known the India of a generation ago. or of a decade ago, but wno »r« out of touch with the India of today. "They ntlll look upon India a» subordinate, « a customer tor British guods. The India that can be dragooned into submission Is u thing of the pant. Her temper today is thnt o£ mon who have made up their minds to b« free una are prepared to ]my the price with their lives, If need '['he force that India USEH today--for force il ia~la thn unarmed bodie.-i of Indians, When a mall train Is ready to start from a station, if muy see 200 or 300 khadder-clod figures prostrate on the track. Should the driver start the train and run over than, it would add numbers to thn movement. Th« clmnces arc that the holding up ot trains would become common practise". So many are eagev to become martyrs. "The aim of Mr. Gandhi's followers seems to be to make all public business und government impossible, along with private business of which they do not approve. British goods are being boycotted, Indian mill owners and merchants have been ruined, and many thousands thrown out of work. The social boycott Is applied to those who do not obey the plckcUrs; porsonal nervlccs are withdrawn nnd food supply Is cut off, Thuy claim that tbslr policy, If carried out for n sufficient length of time, will make govornment Impossible, ind that though unarmed, they will overcome nny military power. The Government is going UB far as any government can bo expected to go In refraining troin the lisa of police or military power, even In the face of great provocation, ' "We arc, of course, particularly concerned with the picketing of educational Institutions. Most of tha colleges nnd universities are being picketed by khaddar-clad, Gandhi-capped. nntlonal-f lag-waving groups. If some teachers and student* stand for their rights and succeed In breaking through the cordon at the gate, they arc called traitors. I/ a toucher and a few students reach a class room the plckutors can eoally make enough noise to make a lecture impossible, Tlie majority ot the students around here really want to go on with their studies, Police protection probably would be of no UUP, because public opinion la so strong against it and because the aoeial boycott i(t applied rigorously to those who cull in the police, "The stucleniK of mir school have been greatly excited but except for one day have attended to their work When I jvoint out that I can give no guarantee how lonff we can keep ojifin, thtfy reply ttiat wo will not be closed. They tell us that the Congreii.i has decided that we will not be closed; that 'the Institute b A nation-building Institution, If we had Swaraj tomorrow; this collage would BU on. only on a larger Male.' ·' MEXICO, TOOT It is an unhappy onion, that former P r q s u l i i i i Cullcs has betn call«d batk to Mexico Clly,.«ft*r his comjilcttt re- Lireniunt from politics, on the amnmonst of the Government. The nature of the crisis is not described, but with Ihu governments of Bolivia, Peru nnd Argentina unsealed, desperate civil wnr- raging In Brazil and Cuba seethtni; with revolutionary activity, anybody can (;uoss. The prospects for rapid economic recovery, so bright in Mexico no mora than a year ago, have gone the way of )ujer profits In this country. Silver Is at the lowest market level In all the world's history, cupper is sick and the other inoLuis In .small lemund. In consequence, the #rcul mining industries, normally so Important a fuctor In the national economy, are Idlu or next to It, Tito best farming reglonn have been afflicted both by drouth and by early frost. Currency IK depressed due to thu slump in silver, with the result that all Imported goods sour in price, Under those conditions of widespread wimt. It Is not surprising that the government in power U feurful of sharing the fate of some of Its neighbors. The presence of Calleu, Indomitable pe,t: ''it and ievolution~sinasher, may save the day, There aru some bright spots. Tourist rev- enuwt arc Increasing enormously, more and more Americana discovering the langoroua beauty and mystery of this neighboring land, New hotels are going up, in the finest American style, nnd tlie great breweries of Oi'Uaha an! Monterey are runningVt full capacity. TUB CHIMB OF CENTKALIA, WASH. Three national church organizations, Tliu IViltml Council ot (Protestant) Churches; the Catholic Welfare Conference and the Conference of American Rabbis, huvv on-rived at complete agreement upon the Armistice day riot of Cent rails, \Vush, Individuals who read had come to the #ume conclusion long ago, and a vigorous campaign has been waged for years to obtain the release of the men unjustly Imprisoned. Tha support ot the great church groups should help enormously In this movement. It was on thft first anniversary of the Armistice, In 1919, that the whole country was shocked to read that the parade of the Cunt nil la American Legion hud been ambushed nnd fired upon by I. W. W,, ftnd four of the members killed. Every patriotic citizen's blood boiled at the news, and there was general rejoicing when this event was followed by the torture nnd lynching of some of the I. W. W., and this sentencing of othora to long terms In penitentiary. Most American citizens never have, to this day, heard the truu version of tlie story. They are not aware lhat the telegraph connection with the outside world, from Centra Ua, was In the hands of Fascists, and that the published news was as (,'lnrlns a fabrication as th« newspapers of UUs country ever have printed. ' The facts wore, thai Instead of ft peace fill nntl patriotic American Legion parade In celebration of the Ar mist let, it was a lynching party that marched down Cenlraliu's tualn street that day; the men armed, and acting upon a pre-arranged plan. When the "parade" came opponite (he elub ot the laborer's union, ranks were broken at a alg* nnl, and with a .whoop, guns blazing, the "patriots" charged the building, yelling "Get them!" Let any man answer for himself, what he would have done hafl he been sitting In that club room, enjoying the ordinary rights of a citizen. Some of the I, W. W, attempted lo run, and wero shot dowji seeking escape. Those who had guns drew them and attempted to defend themselves. The only Legionnaires who were shot on that day were shot on private property, which they had entered as tres* pasxor.i, with murderous design. For their lives, a barbarous revenge WM taken. Tho state wng hysterical at the time, with fear of radicalism and the "justico" accorded in the courts was H tnrce. A subsequent commander of the Legion pout rescued, tn rhnine at the Injustice done, and has since exerted every effort lo have the convicted men fr ed. IOOK* TOR HIS DETECTIVE BOOK. DOESN'T fT IN ITS USUftL on FIFTH SHELF witrRtp ^Wts HE w* cnus xo.rr »NT mm TAKiEK Hit WTtCTW HEAPlHS KT flf(P HE MWr 1 WV CAKT THfc WMlLV 5IORV, (TISNT ON I® HAVE PUI" (T BKK ON A WT TWKfiS efcCHuWK . VK HEtt KWTO liWtR SHCLf Biff HE " BOOKCASE DOtSNT THlMK SO (H TWO OR TWEE BOOKS WHICH HE WTS TAKES BOOKS OFf v... hNt THERB ft 5K IF PETtCTl^E WOK COULD HAVE 4UP- tttnvr BOOK flACE OH FlTtH 5HB.F, PlDH'T TOU 6EC6USE WRWPER HAP (Copyright, 15)0. by Thw Bell Syndlut*. Int.) Fecd More l^heflf 7o Cou)£ and tfens, Advises Expert i |)rk'(! luve), IN they have bi-i-tl within recent wc«hM, Of coiirnc ·thai Bcriodslj 1 uff«cUi Ihc pocliPi- Ibooko o( «v«ry on* of w who pro- \iuf.f these furm producu By WILLIAM V. SCHH.l.lNC Federal Varm llnnrd Count cruet ln« Ihl* unfavombln »M« of ihc iitcluic Is the (act that whwif ..« Bootl cow nut) clilclum fci-d run. be hoiiKlii "i from *0 to BO fe-ntit n bujht'l IUIIH today thnn )*uit jyiir. A dairy farmer ovn buy wh*ftt bran for Tlieae are moody duyu. for daliy- one-fifth )«sn than lie P»I1 for It a; ,, ,.,.,, -..n^^b'y^nr ii«o. and -otloni!i' l rt. onitli(r oxen «nd poultrymcn, Ihc outlook ,; (l))(;MMd(l)l . v ,,,,,, {w ,,,,,,,,,,, ,, ,,,,,,,, IB somewhat (tloomy when they com- i^nn (hnn It cont Inci fall. pare, their milk nnd CRR checks with i -j-i,,,,,, towpr ford ificH af nt those I hey received a ywr njro. H ii, JBKl partintly (lie result of A»ieil-uri la a brighter outlook when they Ko] f f t r n w n j ^-ojucin,; tjijf minilumjii of out to buy concentrated f'cd f°r| w i,«ot and 'Cotton, two of Hi" cmn- thelr c-w« an) hem) at prkc* much (| , y , a KrfM ntMuta crop*. Whem IK lower than Ins* sfnnon, Hay In high- w m,|n t) . aw onah]c ohlpplitK dl«lnnrtt cr. ; 0 f nlmoiit every dnlr;.' fimn In t l U h Parmorw who produce milh or Country, and cnn he oscfl Itlwrnlly In croam and poultry nntl PCS'* for nale thi* milk cow's feed mlxlurci*. tire shurlnK to n cerlaln oxUnt In u hus ,,,,,,,, ^c^tiy n n6Hnced by th* jjcnera) drop In agrlouliural, f( , d(!rlll n u t r ) tlon Mnerln tliiit In rt prices which tire the lowest they Have · |M , m] way , n(1 fol , ft ]|.p,, n , 1W( . f ..... j. been In 14 yc«rs. But they nrc In ,,,,, a JM)un1 of ^ucknil whviit or n much bBttcr position limn mnny p o u n i t of bol) , in M)y ,». 0 |»jrtioii, IK farmers because they are nblo to off- ^ , , n f ,,,,,),,,,. vlLlu ; w ,, ,,, )tmi i ,,f set the lower |)rkns by fwdlnj? con- eorn VArmtrf w ho«e csntrales that are chenper thnn lhty. H W hh0] , ( ew) nc)W ^ w nvon( . v wero this time last yenr-. subulluUnK wheat «nJ Iwrlcy, I'm facliiK this situation un my f or P o\md, for corn, und tn fecdinx own dairy furm In Minnesota, those ftrning In the same wnyrt and It IH quite natural for fnrnu-rs t o - l n the same combinations on Ihty become discouraged when they nrailrnvn hurelofw* 1 fed corn, according forced to sol) their epjrs nt from S t o j t o these otporli, ft eenta a dwen loss, chickens from ' - · ·*· · 4 to 6 cents a pound less, nnd dairy I In 1M7 th« vulu« of itibaeeo )«-od- prwducU several points below lartl ut-U. whole»ai«. tnannfimturi-d In ll-n- Cheer Up! One Busineu Thrives In 1930 inury inhiilniliiit uf l h diiln c (·il In 1!)JO, tile to^il valui' erf i-onini 1 , liurl.-ii I'iisi-!', tinj oilier mot' lii'lans' K'lixln Hlil|i|ii-l in 1 dclivn-wl In JliJU hy emtjIilUhini'ii'n "nj,'UKcil pit- nuirllv tn th'- iiisnuf.n'niri 1 ( lli*» -i!iiini)(litl» iimuumwi In SH) .f)8fl,Mt). mi tnc'n'ij^^ tif , r J0.1 jjr»t ^-cmi. im com* linii;l wlilt f'iM'Jli 1 " 1 '! l*|i')i'Uil for 11KJ7. vlii* Inj-t )it·('i-i'iliiid c-pnstw !f(»r I'll' 1 l i l l a l Mr I HMD ti" lll'll UJl «» (ill. JoWrt\ f - f L M l f r - I H , »rm- not report ",-il ly This liiitumcy, it* ii.'fii)''d fat wn- SIM iiui'ii'iwii. i'inbrru-1'jt (-fltnbllsti- i)i"ni» oitKuuvil wli«)ly or |)i lni'1|mllx In lh!' iiiiiiiufrtciiii 1 ' rf cmiltft". ««'· )lli.-, wooili-n iihlpiiInK rttfft liii-tnl Kriivp vanlif, luirttil urtini'-nii 1 , im- biilnilitK flnl-l. . »»'l iii'HMelnni'' ititp- Iillr« liii'l tice'iwji'ti's. fil'-h its rnitltct by ll,-U. )n\v»] hiji (liivtr^h, iTiil'-h"'' S i' i »bti I Di I il ii ItiMi'n. U n H i - l i*!!!!"?. wan IMM83.HM. r. Thul 1 '* * 1 ' . k-ittTM! bv Hi" fai-l Hm( for tin- s . ;v ..n 1 !«»'. ' TITONF * YARD 1 BYC ford Enfint Front of I Stti TRAINS/ In the Tllton yu Ing iMfitre the h yard cnRlno baclt « *n*l lnto lh Tho impact was lb« wndor of not b« IH end of the rick c»r of «nll*ted fn UlocklHK of in lulwd In N". 61 bl hour* l»t« al D( wan moro than i A turn Bmonij Hirncd W lh* " U1 th« hoard Soturi «nd Fire thnl I'lttce ul bump" between i board. IM «O» Jxicomotlvc 25C ftalurdny morn in txtr*. iho first of » thai iwrllor) Smflli »ni! I that Caller S»m Bli Mm. Blair Kan e « w«i*k» visit, ' (·"red Cochrnnc h»* been bulletli him bcon tl) for confined in Emi Instruction c;tr Rutherford la fi week after whit making the first An «!clrn «iut in-day morning grape* In the « . Seven «nf[ln M muny south !· nix north, aii'l f W don bin liiiidi '] in that territory- John Mlllcpmii vanlna paesun^i diunopolls I'd urn Hi-day afi*r i» vi in Decntur with rCnKlnfor M. C to liin place In it fool after an Illn Mi sent* attack i«8lt*Wtl a Burgl Ih* effort* of wl covered. Listei A medley of i" HlutPR Ot Vint Maryland will r. i- al trio as n. ( Troubadours' p ftutl by NBC i o'clock. S«lecti tenor, and an c "Wasn't It Bea id?" "Ju«t a LI Could bp With Tin: mimic charm i will del 1 The Pen is Mightier than the You cannot afford to tnke cKancen with ihc pro[»rty yon l«ve Insure to th« wtcly mM%m of your mcrcuwd nccd«--mid enirunl tltftt im portant matter tr. «n ngert reprwenting only dependable Unck insurnnce compnniea. When a house burned down people u«ed to «sk, "It he iniwrcd?" Nov they ask, "l» he properly insuredt" Adequntely wound ntock (ire insurnnce will properly protect you ngninst loan, and the acrvices of any agency lUtcd below will piove of value to yon, They ctm prove the pcn ( ift mightier thnn the hotel Buy Protettioi From These fteliabli AgMotes Who Art Momkon 01 the Docatur Fire ft GawaKy UMlorwriton AuodaHoo Emery Den we over WARC M work nt 4 n'clo Tom. Dick their own com come of Sweet i ID heard on 1 program to h NRC Chicago s 1 o'clock, Inch will ha "LIU1 "Beity Co-Kd." Kate Smith, heard during 1 dk Rich anO h th« Columbia M «:1K o'oloi Smith will nlh) Ctuitht In the : A by th« A. A broadcast over ·venlng at T; twtrtet will pr U4 » negro «| fllrecU the em Thinking ot \ U*i," 419-TO Mllllkin Bltlg PhCOt ^'- DURPB ';l,AHH * NtUIOLMON IU N Wnlor Phon» »«! 4 IHNSON A BOBB HI E Prairie Si Phon* 2-9100 BENNK1T « SHAIIK CO . 0 B Wooo St. Phone 14U6 448 Ewlng Avo. a HAINKS Phon« ^.» ' / JAMES O'MAHA * t-yN 127 W M«ln . Phone i-a:t Be Certain$That Your Policy U Backed By a Stock Company OKDATUB TITLE II WOUTOAUM 114 M. W»tor Bt ALLEN ft CO, INU U3 8 Wtitr St. J. ». H«LT,BLLAND «0 MHKWn Mag. JU.I.IEN A WILBV 5I3-1H4 MllllKIn BMg.

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