Decatur Evening Herald from Decatur, Illinois on October 14, 1930 · Page 11
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SECOND SECTION WANT ADS ffS PLANS UNDER WAY FOR CITY'S WIRD HALLOWEEN CELEBRATION Sttb-Committees for Obser""^ - - I » ikjt · * __ Named in Meeting Monday Night PARADE TO BE FEATURE w i l l hii^f !ifiiUi r f U k (HI-tn ill ion lin'd , (viuudc it in., ( ) ( T Kl Aruoni* In ^ I, i r n l l i d In mitioti In '· n ,,i,ii t i n - i ' i i l iir-«l i o t i l n n i 1 , unil 1 p/t( M i l l n i l ' i f ,|,c H i l l I' rUtinlul fill the U P ! | cvitunii't [ilnni r u ihc I'piuiilc I he t h l i t l Minimi i"' '·' "" '"*· ttu( ' '" k(n up UnitiUiv (!·* fillip hv u I I'llJuv ~ ctnnftiUli-1 (i|-ti i f i t i i l l\ Mnot W 4rnlt)i 'Itn ( d t i i i i i l l l i P mi'l nn dcr tin t h i i l i n u i n t l i l i i u r iliil|ili f SHERIFF TO QUIZ WOMAN ACCUSED OF AIDING CUNNINGHAM ,Ilinp .'OlP, HfrtliWll Of Ilov ('iinnliiiflinm to oseiipe fiom lh Muffin county Ml was heltl Monday for n.il«allonlns by Sherllt 0 A Thtlfl. Sheriff Thrift believes MliH Coli- provided the TOW meil r"iianln«luini ami aided In con- foi scieriil henna nftf etc pt'. ncithn Litskri alit l mull 1 1 wd'inullon of HltlH Illit Newest Entrance to Decatur u l c l i i i i t l n i i In K'-iU'llil. -vtH to Uuiir nf Hi!! 1 * ftful unit n t h i l i " will fo (Til inn ·*·*! "I 1 t h l jtrwis fi"'ii h o i l i . i k II nil I tit UI nit-tit MI All HhllcW'M* t \ f A Dip H) will I'M 4 " 1 JI»|K(''I "tnnrld u l l l hf plrltnil v ,,.,-. i l i i i r r h . "(Kiitl | i r t t t l d l l In- Mr Mmln«"H ( n i t e i t l f i l lillil lilt dlhet ortttnl/iilIon' will '« nttd'il t" l"!" 1 «m Ifl ihi 1 I'liiiuln mill ( c l i ' l i i i t t l f i n All hfl/idi Mini ilnitn ml |" il t'le l^' will W ti'iiiic-itnl tn J u l n Hit' inn.i'a- lion [n Miinlii\ fvetilni, ' nn'i'((ii(( (hf It«n" KM l)i- [. i i i i i i ' u n U i t ' l l bniUoli trnfl i l l i t i i ' - B f l "I lfiii;ili siib-inm W ! « l l ] i | l l l l l t C t l 'I'lll I f W i l l ti cnti-iFii nn-rilne cf tuiiln com- nivl iiiiM'iiniinl'ii-ci '] lunv diiv i ^ i i i l n j i nl 7 '0 0 ' i l t n k In tin p|rv hitll All (ii'iicni lull l e ' l f t l l« Id* r)chtiitiin, ulltt Ml! lu'fiiln'it lit (ommllifi* l i t ri*i|nc»tfl lo n i t e n i l thn nicitlnu lw lln 1 lilmitiltin ior«- mltliT tthl'li ini't Mcntlny c\on!n(r Sub i n i m i i l t t t I'M wen' »iJ|nilill('(1 lo take i l u U ' " iT m*h'il tiuUrl|)iitloti In lli i'i l i l i H i U i m tn u n i i n ^ i ) u DHJ- iirnni u l i t n l n uni-iti', linuill' ihw «((' mi! t'i t j u l / t The '. jiri ( in n ml "f till KiiiiuilUi'i't I'luiMllnic i roil t I'liiunluK eoiiimltlec - 1 . Vain" 1 11 h'Oiniftn. I'limnils-ilttneii /,!« Vim t'j.mif H u l l V Smith, * * * ^ h i i I C f l h C I t l l l K h l ' V 'I'l'l " « M i l l . Kmr,, O VV Smllli l l u t y !·' Ihliiwt W, I t f \ Kt«t»l( K V {-(in- l(,n, W P. r l i i n K . Ijjt It Ahhntt. ltllNA\VAV 11OY FOUND Jnmt"i M u i l o n , I" vi'um ok!, nin hov t i o i n Shelbyvlllo, WAS fdiind In llPt.itui b\ llie pollTM Mon i(W nltemuoii I l l s moUiei Mis. Sil iiin Miulon, witi notified uiu! cnlloil fnt Iho hov Mnnddy evcnlnfr ltd win, I w. Wouio anil othuia to be (htiiicri Mrhool commllU i; - Wnltei M Rtitcy, (·huliniun; I t F' Cnimlihnrl, Lev It Pltfoll. 0 K NIchoH M i t (vhiij (1 l l m i e n nnil Rev. ft, Law- raice Wnltlnf; VKitfintn imil fittjingemei'ila -- I. Jenn Wvllc ( . h w l t m o n . Edwanl W Wani«, Hi y. liov Johnston. Jo t'ttis'ldi Ini It Abbott, Police Chief I'M V. VV11K 10 V HiiNton, JJteohei llii(;hey tintl P(ml C, Wllli; Music - M n o r O W. Hmllb, ohrtit- umn. W, V. Htttdy, Wlllliim H n t r l s , Itt 1 ],. Kwi, Hiiil Hituy Bmbcr l J tviBcli' W, [.lit/, LCilKhutim chiili- rniKi Mr. Krk'li.'rtini ^11! chciose t)la (oni:ulii')lniier A A t f l l t Mi«, Lk K Coon null, John Scluiriel MeniKiii f\i)th, John I 1 ' Mi Doiinott The\ ttlll ilipoie olht-i' l*tl/c Miniinltlrf I I n u v !'" i,haliin«n: SdnKMLei II Plum. Com- mlsilnnii Alex Vnn P:ntig find Com tulHlonei f!ail V. Snillh. imiimiltii A l l o t the foti mul the follow Intr W C McNeil K v l t i j , P Mullein I l i i u y A|i(i'lbimm VVllllnm A Clilii^iiutN, 1'aKton JudKi!, Dclo! V d/.tid, Kied llnrhmiiii IJLV,\H W SI ill-Key. VV Cintt-j HiMhCi. V l r f t l l Uctiiun, I,, VV. Cook. Ji , Kdwiud I, VOUOK Kijmelli T Ijlvonay, Thonms II l-'olinth tl Rlnit. Thorruis nell H i , C H Smtlh Kind \V III f i t d t , Oi-il t Ah H. II I.ee Pre I tun O (HUo-y \\m .loieph, Hottuc W. Fiell, Lwiuin W /onr-st ami (.on t i n ) K K i n n / to lln wtst /ttn aticet Just n o i t h ot the Oounlv hi lilgt. Jhe new south Mnlti ^ n l e n a y jMivlne biltvss the molfiimi on an unexpected v»"w ol Pccatui IxioklnR back, ho DECATUR GROUP TO ATTEND EPISCOPAL MEET IN SPRINGFIELD Mrs Slanlny Allan Ma'Oonnell and Mis C W. A i n i a t i r i i i f t RO fioni DC- uitin ti f]i inK/IMil Tuiadnv to nt- U'tid ttic c'onlcK'noe o( lti(! f i f t h piov- line ot HIP Hitlso|)iil chin th, which n t l l Uitl lliifff (lavs Tint jnovlnee tin tildes' 13 dioccfis. and 12 btahopa nrc itxpprtcd to attend Kach dlo- ceii' w i l l he icpicicnlctt by five worn- en dctiiKli't, five clergy, nnd five hiMiirn Commit IPP inufl Infra life soheiluled foi Tucidtiv, and Hie woman's aux- Illmv sttiilii HH program with n nivk:e In St Punt's Episcopal i'hiin.h al 7 30 aMoik Wcdncacl/vy m o i n l i i K Women's ntcetlngi ·will In [rftmid hod-l \V«dnesdny nn( Tlnntduv moiiili»f, r i A iiieellng foi men unit women w i l l l" In Cliilat dniith VVcdiK'ailav The outtlandlnjf event of the Ihiee days IM Uu l)nnt;i In SI, Nicholas hotel WediM-sduy evening lit 6-30 Aptnotlmatoly ten Deealm n i r n nnd women will aLtE-ntl Di L u k l r i ot WiHlilH(!tori, O C w i l l s|"al,, pioinlnenl H J ) I M\*e G i d c o iijndlev ot New Yoilt city, executive scoielmy of the seet LaKo Dvuatut tioia n new angle As]halt han hf.pn completed on the notth wotlon o( tho South Main gale-way, Jrom tine HHno(i Ceolral lo (he Tiftnufer houie Woman's uuxllliiLy of the national contricss. JU Rev Warien HOJJCIS of Cleveland, bishop of Ohio, will tell about the Lambeth con fore net In England duilntr tlif Nlii»mvi Itt Rev, fleoiyo Cntlg Sltwail of Chicago will talk on "Melons anil Hi! illo The inefUnga are open to nil f h u t U j incmbeti of the ecse. Trades and Labor Group Guests of Cairns Bros. Slxlv member* (if (he Ti ftdes nnd Labor HHscrahlv, and (help families, wcie Monday evening of the Calinfl Bios, and tho Album bra theater, tn a thcutcr Party Th« Kiiests KII«' Ihe Bros, In their production ot "The Hoodlum," on this iv toll's piogram ot the Alhambrn. Docsdur coloied peiHOns Monclnv evening oiganlzpcl the H. T, BuilulKli Muilcal tub The club was oi-Kanl- Mil In tha home of one of Ihe tnerm- bcrB. Pollowlng (URanlrutlon, a mu- fllcul piojrmfii was given and n- (i-cihments wote served The next meetlnfr ot Lha nhlb will take plaee Monday evenlns;, Oct 27 In 565 South Jackson street. BREAD PRICES DOWN WITH WHEAT PRICES ' · ' R»duc*ct) Sliced Bread Raisin o^WJi. . Wholewheat Pan Rolls . . Dairy Maid . -' 9c Rye . . . . "-""'' 8C Ther* U no better way of getting rid of America's surplus wheat than by encouraging the people to eat It up. J N fairness to the public, AP announces a general cut in its prices for bread conforming to the reduced price of wheat. This reduction is in accordance with AP's policy--giving to the consumer the benefit of lower prices of raw materials. The farmer shares the advantage--larger consumption of his product following lower prices at the store counter. GRANDMOTHER'S Bread 2002* Loaf*. Former Price 8y$c f Loaf AP Food Stores 5c M I D D L E W B I T E B M D I V I S I O N «^. The Gr*«t AOanlle «nd Pmclfie Ten Company -- H t l U l l ) Bl»ff PllOlO The concrete base foi thi soiHh half ha» been oomplntcil ftotii the IlllnotH Cent ml to Pinnltlln ultcet, and anphalt will bi pouied In a f«w days. Tree Causing Traffic Hazard in West End Com miaul one j Hccclici- Jlujftiey was InslrtKtei) by the clly tciunci) UonilEty to Itiok Into the luiJititd to l i a f r l c er fit Led by a {Mpliii bee jjinwlng «n the lioiilcvtml m the coin PI at VlUoilu iiviim unit \Vat Huln stifd ol th« w"il etltic ol th( clly. The llmlis fit thp free prow close lo the eiound nnd obstnict lh« view ftftm holh s t t e c t n Mr$.0'Mlto Address Meeting Here on Oct. 21 Mr*. LoUte Ho)m«n O'Ntlll ol Downeia Grove, diy Independent candidate fo Hhe United Stales S-n- Bin, will apeuk tit Docalur tho evening of Oct. 21. J, Luwtonce Connolly, advance agent lor Mi». O'Neill, WM In Decalur Monday, «nd mude arrung*nocnlr for the meeting Ihiough. Mis. pr»d C. Petcmon. lit aluo contuncil with Rev. A. I* Eddy, while In the clly. Mrs. 0'N«1lt will spotlit tn the circuit coutt room nt 7 45 o'clock. Further pinna for hei visit lo Dc- cntur wilt be announced a* soon as Mr, Connolly communicates again with Mm. Pnttrion. He went to Tuylorvllle Item Decalut, A group of Droatur women will make plana for an Informal rccep- Uua lo bn Mvtn In Hotel Otlando (he TucSOay evening Mia, O'Neill U litre. -*Eight Enroll for Class in Mechanical Drawing Eight student A en tolled Monday nvrnlng in I ho Y. M, C. A. mechant- drawlnK nchoal. The (chool hnx been conducted for the lint aevtn yems. The (int clusu of the 1930-31 team, to Inut IT uvoka with aisHlon! two evening a week, took tip work Mon- dny evening, P:of CatI Head of MHltkln unlversliy Venn the i no true- tot. Additional HtudenlK mnv enroll WMltiodduy pyisnlnR:, Piof Head *ald, Th« olnsa will meet Monday and Wednesday evenings from T until 9 fi'clock. LATHAM MEN FINED FOLLOWING CRASH OF TWO AUTOMOBILES Two men giving their name* mt John !}««V«H and JtM Matltwk or Latham wer* ariMited. Monday «VP- soon (fur »n automobile in which they wnro riding ciNMhad Inio nnoUior tn Hie 1KHJ htork K«»t U»(- land avenue, They wtro tuhen lo pnllco h«itd- quutlerti nml locked In iho clly Jnll uflec a phywlclun had »cw*d a ul In M*t1ock'» forchrm). The two men were tfkniicd Tuw- dby oftcr paying' ""*" °" *8.'* lor (I run ken em. Thirty ficr cnl. ot r h c hoUlH have tudlo I until I at Ion, K nur wy xhowi). Allied Jewish Drive Is Opened Here on Monday of th« B'ntl Biitb Monday cv«nlnt optiwd lb« Allied Jewish cumpUgn In Dtcttur, A lo- ml of $400 toward ttu fund MUght **» r*l»wl by th» Volunl«*r workiin in the DscMur JOWH, enrolled In H*m» to CMIVM »nd Central II! I noli, «lty Thn Allied Jowtnh cftmpklgn lit twins conducted among Jewt all over the world in rut** fund* for «lU)Sf- Inif tWrc«*of J.w» In Soviet RUM!*, Poland, mmmniit, Utlnmlu »nd oih count 1 1 DM. MOTHERS now learn ·value of MAGNESIA. It In »o helpful 111 keep- Ins bubles nml chlliii.-n hfililiy and A ipaHnconM) «,f Phillip* 1 Milk of llOSK ln5 WOtk Of hdlf » prcpuiatlun U moat effective In in- llfvlug those uyniplom* of habtoM · ml 1-lill.lren CUHKod !' ., food In the little tract, -well as HOW tH'-hliiK, vontHlDT, fovel mlniCHit, mile. An n mild laxative, il ael« Rfnlly, but ceilalnlv, lo opon the )IUIi bflWlK In eonetlpatlon. coldn. chlldien'* din- pc*v*nlli)K hard curJ* llo nutny UMN foe inothei' nnd child »r« fully pxnttttned In thi Inter»*tln» booh, "liVoful Tnformtttlcm" It will b« xnt VDII, KHKIC Wilw The Phtlllpit Co, 170 Varlek St. N^w Voik, N, V, IB btiylftff, b* »«j* lo ' Wllliw* Milk of ' . hftvo prcwsrlbwi It for ever SO ycnr* Effective Today! GULISTAN American Oriental Rugs At Big Reductions World Famous Oriental Designs at Sensational Prices! , We w«re the first tn town to show thew wonderful American Oriental Rug* and now we are the first to announce theie tentational reduction*, effective today, The pattern* are *o colorful--to beatuifuJly woven--you miut go back to the matter, pieces of the Sixteenth Century to find th eir equal Now you can come in and choose these fa mous Oriental designs at sensational reductions. If you can't come today, phone for an appointment tonight. $150.00 Gulistan Rugs S? NOW $195,00 Amkara Rugs r NOW $1701 $135.00 American Orientals £? NOW A Few Choice $150.00 American Orientals S NOW America's Finest Quality $250.00 Oriental Rugs 9*11 Now 27x54 Throw Rug* to Match «t Proportionate Reductions See the New BIJOU GULISTAN RUGS *t NOW It The Time To Buy! Thi* U the fint time that UMM L««uriow Ruts Hav* Ever Been Offend at Such Lew Price* BACHMANS D«cofar*J OW*ri Furniture Store '234-23B North Main St. Deettur, ItHneb

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