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Page Tea T H E D E C A T U R R E V I E W Wednesday Evening, July 18,1914 Tells Jury City Prosecutes Handsome Flowers from "Only the Poor." Auto Companies. Progressives and Democrats Discuss Plan. Mother Margaret Mary, Vicar of Generalate. SAID HE GOT DRUNK Arthur Man Testifies of Visit to Place. A recotd was niadt in I H The funeral of William H Starr Is in Di ogles this afternoon at the First Method'st church Before proceeding to the c h u r c h at 4 30 a short service WTS held at the farnilj residence 33 W e s t M i i n stre»t conducted bv Rev F M A n t i i m and Rev W H Penh ill egon w h - i are albo o f f i c i a t i n g at 1h ch irch T h e f u n e r a l is under th* itispices of Beiumanior commanderv No n K n i g h t s T e m p l a i s the m e m b e i | heided bv the Goodmin b i n d a t t e n d n ^ BEVERIDGE IS COMING Indiana Senator to Deliver Address Here. McCov s court TuesOav ift, moon w h e n in i bodv and acting as an estoit 11 . i .1 ,iooirl a m T h e ' l u n t e t tc furnish the music i f i v e cases w e r e all tried and decide! in one heT-in= 1 m Frlenbusoh l i d Emma Dot\ w e i e c l a : - , c l on citv w i r rents w i t h keeping a i ute of 111 f a m e and loins m innnte i c - p t c t m ' v The F l U n l u ' - r h w o m i n w is nls out the evidence w n n n t chirsts charged w i t h s . i i i n g Im m i n n t i saloon t e v i t o r v and m a i n t a i n i n g a house of ill f a m e anil the Dotv w o m a n w i t h b r i n g a n u i m a t e t h e i e o f o n state w an am*T h e a t t o i n e v s a g i c f d t o t r v all t h e case- m one i n d as the s t a t e cases were a 1 b i n d o v e r nses the l u d g ·wo ild 1eci le n them w h i l e i m i v of *i\ men was o f f e r e d on the and de de thos t \r-rm K M \N TESTIFIES In a d d i t i o n to the two m e m h r- o r the police force w h o t e s t i f i e d -u to the general r pi t a n o n of t h e s e w o m e n the o n l v other viiuies w a s C h u U ^ dark a- d f i f i v u n m u n o r l ind i i e s i dent o f \ i t h u r l i n k t e s t i t i e r l t u t h e knew t r m h i s o w n e\pelience ' h u t tnis p l i c e was an i m m o i a l f ou-^e The two w o m e n s , .1 it w a s not t h i t M i - Erlenhusch being R -SO po i n d w o m a n ·was u n a b l e to io her out! v v n t k an 1 tht Dotv w o m a n simi I v w o i k rt toi h i \ t t o r n e v l a m t " Hens in 101 the d f e n d a n t s c aimed the c i t v pel i M e i llv prosecuted po^r pc oile a n ! w m t t d to know vvhv thev c i d n t g« t ( I n i l c v Beether and o t h e r s some of w loin h i d been here tor t v v e n t v v e i r s and I h e rest of the - i l k -aocklnc and d i a m o n d ·wearing brigade 'These people h a v e to l i v e on a l i t t l t side street n e x t to a iloon h j- :se thev are poor sal 1 II n on "I is a n economic r i u e s t i o n w i t h t h e n That tfoesn' count aga n-t T h e m T\ hv T n a v e 1 verl d o w n he e ir Oklahoma al rnv life ·CTOMTV NOT CT ILTY The Jrv f o u n d the tw i w one i not tin tv on the c tv c arces C l i i k te= t i t l e d t n a t lie got r 1 link at the I i l e n l u = t h house in companv w i t h t h o e two worn n F v i d e m e v v a - al o pi n duced to - l o w the E i l e n M i - c h vvom n had a u o v e ' - n m c n t liccnv f o i t h a t place The wonac n =aid t h a t CI i k . ime to t h e i r house an a^k^ 1 foi a d r i n k but the} chased 1 mi a v v a v T h t v claimed there - w a s a c o n t i n u o u s s t r i n t of men t b r o u z h t h e , v a - r l 11 the 1 a i k door of =heehv s i 1 ice at B i n a d t v a nrt Ce-ro Oorrin i 1 'he t i m e since tht t o w n w e n t d i v \s in Her-on a-kerl v«"i} the c i t v d i d n t gt a f t e i c l c. hv ·KOMA.V B O L N D O\ EP H o w e v e r the e v i d e n c e s u b m i t t e d t tne iiirtge in the ease nn the = ' a t ·war-ants w a = considered s t i o n g e noi i. i to b'nd the Lrlenbuscli w o m a n o v e i to the grand jurv on a chiree of I l l e g a l «io of liquor and for ma n t a i n i n g o m p sed of M i s C o n d o n C Niclio' -on Mr-- ^\ Ivov Essick A i t h u r V a n ( l e v e and C l i r t i s B u s h e l w i t h M i s s 1 dm M B u n n as accompanist M V.NT. i LCm ERS I h e floral t r i b u t e s w e r e sent d u e i t tc t h e c h i n c h T h e v b e g a n a c i i v m g a t 1 o clock a n d c o n t i n led to come most up to t i e houi for the service- No mo e b e a u t i f u l f l o w e r s w e i e e ui seen at a f u n e i a l in Decatu Th i t vva- an u n u s n i l l v l a i g e n u m l t i of ^p ' la' designs manv of v v h l c l w e i e trim d i s t a n t c i t u s T h e O v f i l u u l U i t o m i bile e o m p a n v and tlie Ford Xiltrin ol lie c o m p a n v each sent an e l a t o i a t e s p e c i a l design and a repi esent i t i v e f r o m eJ h of those companies was pi c ent at the f u n n a l T h e f l o w e i - were h a n k « d about the altar i ail the p u l p i t s t a n d n f a c t the space back of the a l t u i a 1 was almost a solid 1 i n k of f l o w e i s Ui i m m t n s e h o u r i u e t of w h i t e i o s tied w i t h a w i d e w h i t r i l l b o n on iv* 1 h the i n s c r i p t i o n "Om F i i t n d vv is w o i k e c l o it in gold l e ' t e r = was sin 1 v the u n p l o v e- The f l o w i i s w e i e in ch irge of Mr* (.eoir-e « II i n s M e M i x H i m M i s 1 l o v d N ( dl am M i s Ira Hov and M K i t h a i me Holmes The p i l l e a i e i s a i e \\ I =UiUla 11 g t i I -. M i C l c l ind Tohii 1 Mat s decree \ Madle Fno-, Keplei t n l \ \ a v n e all old n lends of Mi A committee of Demociats and one | f r o m the Progiessives met in the o f f i t e of U t m n e v Lee Boland V ednesdav noon t discuss the possibilities of a r o i l i t i of forces foi the coming o n tv 'e lion this foil There was a gieit d il of I ilk ibout the pi opos t i c n 1 it n o t h i n g d c f l n i t e l v done l i t - nemorrats a t t h e meeting w e i e j 7 W ^ mders Chester A Smith G e o i g 1 h m i n and H n r \ , Lillv and the r r o g i e - s i v c s were Tom Pitnei L,ee 1 o'an 1 W I" 1 Moffett A l v a Johnson and A H Hill I n IM, \ 1 1 V E CANDIDATE lollovv UK this meeting theu wab i n i U I I I R r f mie Pioprressive repi esent j t u e f m ei h of the thlee counties in tin s l i t M m t o u a l distuct ind it w is d f i m t c l v d cidefl to put one cindidite in the f i r l l foi the legislituie t! is fall M t o r i u v 1-ee Boland received a let tei W i l n c - d i N m o i n i n g from A c t i n K Sta.te L h i i t m i n M i L o i m n k s i v i n g h i t M i n t J B e v e l i d g e o f I n d i a n l i 0 , l r t I h l e on e i t h e i Julv 23 n . 1 it d l i v e i a talk in th geneiil n t c i e s t i the progressi\e p u t Mother Margaret Marv vicar of the rtsullne generalate at Rome representing the mothei geneial of all the w o r l d accompanied b Mother Evangelista American representative at Rome arrived m Decatui W T ednesda f i o m Springfield The are planning to spend a week at St Therc=a s acad- emj noith of the cit looking after the Intel ests of the order here RETLRN'S TO ROME Mothei Mirg-uet Marj e v e i j W. N. Rickard Victim of Explosion. eft Tuesday to spend her vacation in Traverse City with Mrs. R A Bostwick ·MILLION DOLLAR MYSTERY" 1 Mrs Conrad Striew ing of the Crystal motion picture theater has arranged a special performance of the 'Milltan Dollar Msstery to be given Thursday morning at 11 o clock foi othei motion picture people in Decatur and newspaper representative" GAS HAD GATHERED Almost all of Clothing Burned from Body. c o n e i t i n t h i s countrs a n d w i l l t h e n ret irn to Rome to make hei re pc.it She w a s met here bv Mothei Ce l e s t i n a h e a l o f t h e local c o n v e n t a n d he two LTrsuline o f f i c e r s w i l l be en t t i t a i n e e l a t t h e a c i d e m v w h i l e h e r e MORF T r 4 C H E R = N F E D F D TI e chief need to be looked a f t e r in Decatui is that of more teach is Two m o i e are needed on the s t a f f at ^t T h e r e s a s and the w i l l no doubt be secured illiam X Rickard assistant super [siting I mtendelt of the F a s t e i n Stai home at 1 Confectionery Stand Fairview Burns. at house of ill fame against the Dot missed for The iv om i s t a t e chaige Fotn f u d . a i l m e n t -nil the OTine" u e L i m r l e t e l v b a f f k d o\ ci the on _ i n jt t i e ti L \ v h i c h T u _ = d a v nn,h» on 5 Iv d e s t i o v e d t i e c o n r t c t i o n i v n l - o f t r l i l n k parloi r u n b s I ouis N i h c l s a t tlie e m t a n t - e o f P a i r v l e v I ark No t i n e has been f o u n d as to the o i i c m v v h i h had v e r v n e a i l v consumed the building before the fl-a d e p a i t m e n t w a s n o t i f i e d LOS 5 ! I fi $' 008 Mi N i c h o l s e=' mate- his loss at . l i t t t e n\ er *2 noo and as vet has no rteci lert w h e t h e r or not to rebuild the 1 1-a e The loss I n c l u d e s a soda foun tain costing $601 stork -north about $"0n and f i x t u r e s w o r t h a b o u t « uO m o i e The b u i l d i n g "as elected t h t e o v o a r » ago at the con ol SI 100 Then was some i n s u r a n c e on it 't is u n ler atood Da ing (he past two or three -Reeks t h e r e has occurred several fires w h k l j h a v e d i n e a g i e a t deal of dim ige jnd w h o s e origin a i e u n e x p l a i n e d o ' f i c i 1= afik t h a t special care shal' h t a k e n bv restrt nts of Deratur to war igainst f i r e s w h i c h are llihle to br-ak out at any time t h i s hot drv weather G. W. Hughes on Ocean to Ocean Highway. Decatur "dnesday Aotomohiie f n t h 1° ast« -were given f o o l for_ envj afternoon when rifnrge W Hushes the leading o a n k r r of Hume p r e s i d e n t of this d i v i s i o n ot t h e F l l f s Peak Ocean to Ocean H i e h w a v assor-iatmn pu'le.1 into the r i t v d r t v m e hs new ·?ix r v l l n d e r Premier roadster on the first lap of an i n s p e c t i o n of the Pi o posed road i m p r o v e m e n t \YILb INSPECT -ROT TV- He left H u m p aceo-nranifcl bv hi d a u g h t e r Mi s Mari Hughe* -WcrineB da-v m o r n i n g ind f r i e n d s to m a k e i personal inspection of the e n t i r e ro l i e proposed bv the good r o i d s boosters w h o have mude «v* B f a v o r a b ' e 1m P re"ton In the i n t e r e s t s of eood roa H In this = f a t e From D e r a t u r Mr Hi ghee will TO to ' p r i n g f i e l d ther 'o Tacksonville =t rr '"I Mo and on *o Denv er Polo 7=: PNTHLSI\1T M H u g h e F is K n o w n throughout t l i part o f t h e c o i m t r v f o r h i heartv entr- is! t=~i m a lomn Ira and eood 101 Is Oae o r tht. f u s t a itomohile o v v m i 3 n 'h s s t i o n o' the countrv lie has ^en i * i v i n t h e pro lotion of , i u t - n "ii i*" i n d in the lort gen- ir l l v I O I R OF II LI-\OI«. ill lake I J B i v e i i l g e of Indnna w i l l t h i e e or f o u r d a v s campaign A Few From Bradshaw Farm Retail at $2 Retail. itaeon v v a s s e i i o u s i v b u i n e d at the home Mondav hv an explosion Mr Rickard was assisting in c l e a n i n g out one of the w a t e i p i e s s n e tanks in the b a s e m e n t vv 1 en the lantern he had w e n t out He procured a candle and w h e n he s t r u c k a match to light .t a terr fie explosion f o l l o w e d CLOTHING B L R N E D OFT A l m o s t all of Mr Ricka d s c t o t h i n g was b u r n e d f i o m his bodv and he w a s badh b u r n e d a b o u t the face arms lands back and leg 1 - HP was in grea pain Repoit-- "\\ednehclav morning ·Uate t h a t 1 e i- r e s t i n g easier and i t h o u g h t t h i t l e w i l l t e c o v e r G V« H A D G A T H E R E D It is not k n o w n w h a t ca ised the explosion but it is s u p p o s e d t h a t some k i n d of i n f l a m m a b l e gas h i d collected t h e tink This ignited w h e n M r Rii-kird lighted the m i t r h F u i t h e r i n v e s t i g a t i o n w i l l be m a d e as to the se of tile a c c i d e n t · H our of I l l i n o i s in the i n t e i e s t of P i o - ;re ss p a i t v c a n d i d a t e s I he d a u s e u l a t u e l v a i r a n g c d arc J u l v 21 -- 23 .nd -4 TO SPtAK IN Dk-CATLR \Mule tht d e f i n i t e lliuei irj has not leen d e c i d e d u p o n it is like j that Mr ^ e v e u d i r e w i l l s p i a k i n D a n v i l l e o n he n i g h t of Tui sda.v JuU :l D u r i n g he t o i l o w i n s r t h r e e dav b t h e f o r m e r Lnited States senitor w i l l in ike peech s in Ch-impaign D e c a t u r Bloomington Pcoria S p u n g f i e l d and Last bt Louis The t u n r i o b i H K -will be made in a specnl mterurban car by i n t e r u - b a n roilroid M A R K S C A M P U G N O P E N I N G The Bevoridge ton- w i l l imrk the opening- of t h e T l o a r e s s i v e L impitgn lor the election of R i v m o n d R o b i n s to the L n i t e a «tates sc-nte and for the lefeat of Joseph G L a n n o n of Dan v i l l e \ \ i l h a m R McKmlev of Cham pilgn inrt TMlliam .\ Todenberg of [ 1st St Lo ns f o i m e r R e p u b l i c a n rep i s e n t a t i v t s I n c o n g i c " s - w h o a r e seek ng to regain theli f o i m e r seats Medil] McCormick who is m a k i n g a i r a n g e m e n t s f o r t i e trip a n d othei Protriessive p a r t v Iddeis w i l l actom p a n j Mr B e v e r l d g e P r a d s r a w , s o u t h v \ e s t of the n v t h i s m o r n i n e -ent t o t o w n some il pies the f i i s t to tome to t o w n this seisin from t h i s v i i n i t \ Thev w e i e 1 11 iv T r a n s p n e m s and -old at a good pr i_e ibout $2 a l u ^ h e The\ w * r e dis po-ed o f w i t h v t h e r tl m^ 1 - peddled I v Mr Bradshaw s man F ^ r h apples a i e e x c e e d i n g l v scarce but H is expected there w i l l be i great mam l a t e one- Mr Bradshiw w i l l no h a v e o v e r ten bushels of the kind he sold t h i s m o i n i n g : t h o i gh he h a s sev e al t i e e s The crop is v c r v sea t e r i n g N o n e w apples h a v e been shipped i l vet I h e v are o f f e r e d in M L.OJIS ir good q i n n t i t v it a b o u t «" - r e t a i l Good Scores Made at Wye- kles Station. FINGER CI.T Fr«a Smith w h o is emploved at the Walrus Manufacturing company had t h e index f i n g e r of his hand badly lac- crated w h i l e work-ins on the elevator the W a l r u s factory -Wednesday morning BARLXDW IMPROVING Charles Barlow, who was injure! on Julv 4 bv a n ice chest falling on him though m t e n a l l j injured, is improving- s l o w ' j A W H E V . R T TROLBLE Biodess 1035 N o r t h College sneet is q u i t e il! v v i t h heart trouble PAPFR \ R O L N D N F C K Richird Rodgers the fiv e-l ear-old son of Mr a n ! Mrs H W Rodgers \i~il \ V e s t W o o d s t i e e t w h o was badly burned last T h u i « d a \ bv some per w h i c h he had a r o u n d his neck citclung f n e is getting along nicely K N E ! ~ I N J 1 RFD Mrs W C Alderson w h o l i v e s east of Decatur on the Condit street road Clinton Man Now Favored for Bench, it is Said. AS POLITICAL MOVE Decatur Candidates are Still Confident. fell and i n j u r e d her Wednesday m o i n i n g k n e e on a nail N E A l D E A T H Mrs R B D a v i d s o n who has been at the St Mar s hospitil toi some time has t u l i e i c u l o s i e and is not ex pccted t o l i v e AT T n C \ COIP The T ^A C A camp at the Ozone club is being v i s i t e d bv d i f f e i e n t par- Q of g i l l s this w e e k eah p a r t v l e - maining for a dav or t w o Girl, f i o m Muellei s and Ogood and Heinci s h a v e been out and che k en Is f r o m the stores also are v i s i t i n g tht place Later in the week somr of the g-v m i a « i u m Is w i l l go to the camp Miller and Haines Beat Peoria Pair. Candidate for U .S. Senate to Deliver Address. MARRIED D 4 A I D S O N D \ T Miss Le!a Pav of D e c i t ^ r and Cres tei D i v i d s o n of Peona w e i e united in marrlige Tue'div T r B u t t o n jus tice of the peace p e r f o i m i n K the cere- pionv, w h i c h look place a-t the home of t i e b r i d e s sister Mrs Helen "W llcon "It N o r t h B r o a d w i v The roonr. were f'ecirated 'n blue and w h i t e The bride w o r e a g o w n of w h i t e ailk and carried w h i t e roses The f i 11 r i n g r e r e m o n v was used F o l l o w i n g t h e c e r e m o n v i t h r e e course s u p p e r was served to the t h i r f v five guests present The jrroom is a m e t h a n i c in Peona i n d he and hi* bride will make theii 1 ome in t h a t place ANTRIMS GO TO BAY VIEW, MICH. I-'ITHI Mcihodldt Pulpit t« Ho Supplied for Month Rev E \f \ n t r i m pistor if the Fimt ^' tho'1t«t rh i r r h w i t h his ivife anrt «on ' w i l l le-ne n xt week foi "We 1 ! t i p p c n r t T mon ,l, , % T i e f-iiril' Inv i rottagp at b i Vi*« The fi'hins: is Koori at t h i t place ind t h e r e me nnin o p p o r t u n i t i e s for recr itton niid r st and rr A n t r i m a n d f i m l l i r\\ -\ to linvc nr e n i o \ n h l e \ T n t l o n Thr t · it he r c w i l l he = i p p l i e d li r In? fir I **o f * TtT-en i TI e m p p l v - o m m l t t e o rnnilBtd nf W « r rnl.hg Ur E T L v a n a anti C M Imboden EIGHT HOUSES TO BE BUILT 'ertn!t» to James Chnnce, H H. \Vlse B R Ward and W atiion. The f o l l o w i n g b u i l d i n g permits h i i e r e n issued d u r i n g the past t h i e e d a \ s \ I i a ^ r ^ "U ire building inspector To 7?m s Chance to build a six room node--n oottage at the corner of tast N r r t t t T n d Second streets to coit $ 2 - iOO H H Wise ·nil! build f o u r small cottages in the 1200 blook on West " t r r o Gorrlo street Thev v \ U L cost $1 or o eaoh F R W a r d w i l l b u i l d a 51 oOO cot ge in the 2TOO block on Enst Eldorado street Watson and Son will builrt two new houses one in the 1600 block Bast \\ilham stree' to cost $ 2 0 0 0 and the o t h e r in the 1100 block on Bast Grand ·uenue to co«t $1^00 DECATUR GIRLS GO TO PEORIA Minces iva TVasson and Ruth Irvvin ' i l l l e a v e , Thursday afternoon for Pe"- ia to attend the state Christian En ( c i v o i c o n v e n t i o n w h i c h w i l l b e hel« in t h a t My beginning Thursday night and n n t i n u i n s over Sundav Miss n w i l l go as delegate from the of the Westminster Presbv- r h u r c h and Miss Irwln as dele- Roger C S i i l i v a n of Chicago candidate for the U n i t e d "tates senate is scheduled to a r i n e in Decatui at " Id o c l o ^ k Thi r rta% a f t e r n o o n He w i l l V e r r r t bv s o v c r a l local Democrats Find w i l l r i e l n e r in address h o l e in t h e e v - cnlnc \ft i s p e n d i n g T h u r s d a v n i g h t i n D e c a t i r M r ^ u l l i v a n t v i l L g o t o impiigri HI 0 : I T I N E R A R Y Mr S l i m n s i t i n e r a r for Thursdav is as £ o l l i « « e a v e ^ h e l h w i l l e 7 a m a r r i v p V\ inrtsor " 4-. l e a v e S l°s a i r i v e F i n d l a v 1 l e a v e 1 ^0, a r r i v e S u l l i v a n I n 15 leave 1 p m a r r i v e Lovington 1 10 l e a v e · a r r i v e Mt Zion " 4 ^ l e a v e 3 ar r i v e Decat ir ^ "0 spend n i g h t T h i r t v seven E h o o t e r s i n t - l u d i n s hoiit pev en p r o f e s s i o n a l s and the i est m a t e i i r s a r e a t t e n d i n g t h e f i r s t div s hoot nf the two dav to trim n e n t be g v en bv the De a t u i B isine 1 -l e n s G u n chih a t t h e i r e i o u n d s a t W v c k l e s t a t i o n It is ( h e t h i n to i r n m e n t of the Central I l l i n o i s l e a g u e .chedule Among the professionals ire J Graham of Chicago A H \rn- n a n n ot Peotone and H V Catlwai- Tde- of D e ^ i t u r Chief a m o n g the a m a t e u r s is T i l t L e w i s o f A u b u r n m a t e u r c h a m p i o n of the I j n i t e d t a t e = But a f e n hierh - ore^ we^-e nnde and q i l - a f« vv low ones BF^-T SLORC 1 Unions: the best s ores w t - i e Bart v v i s j4 out of U · at the t w e n t v - t h r e e v a i d line H Kemi ntt of F v a n s :on ^7 out of ] A T it the IS v a r d l i n e -T B o b b i n s ot B! le Mound 9" out of I"-- i t the 11 v i r d l i n e H = e \ m o r e of C e n t i - i l i a 1" u t o f 10 at the 1'J v al d lino R R i m m e i n n i of Mt P i l a s k i o i l of 10 at the ' n v a r d l i n e F Miller of n e n t u r ^ 4 out of D at the 16 v a r d l i n e and E K f i n t h f - TO out of "i at the 11 v a r d line T Head of M o h e r l v b r o k e 1 In it of i r T at the v a r d 1m md \ C Connors of S p r i n g f i e l d n out nf !"· at the 20 a r d l i n e Expects Little Trouble in Getting Nomination. Congressman Charles M Borchers i milling out petitions to \ a r i o u s parts ot the district p i e l i m i n a r v to startlni 1 is campaign foi reflection It n a stated two -weeks ago that Mi Borchers would again be a randidate but no def mite action -was t a k e n until the petl tions w e r e 'sent out Mr Borchers sas he thinks *ie w i l haie little t i o u b l e in getting the Dem orratir n o m i n a t i o n He plans to be in W a s h i n g t o n a greater p a r t of the sum mer He w i l l ' e a i e for there the first o next -week te from r h u c h T h t i l e c o n v e n ) the first P r e s b s t e n a n v w 111 remain for the en- PICKED UP ON COUNTRY LINES Pastures are b u r r e d up Minv farmers are h a u l i n g w a t e r The big crop of -wljeat straw w i l I c l p out on the has shortage New vegetables a i e scarce' in th c o u n t r y t h a n in town It has been a. good v e a r for turkej s but the-e are few t u r k e v s Corn Is still giowms well M i l l c i and Haines Decat ir s best let f or the doubles c h a m p i o n s h i p in t i e ce-itial I l l i n o i s t e ins t o u r n a m e n t this m o i n i n p r d c f e i t e d Rlegel and B a v - m i l er of Peona in two h a i d sets 9 and 6-4 T h e Pecun p l a v e i s w o n t h e i r first l o u n d bv d e f e a t i n g Denz and P o w e r s of D e c a t m in t h r e e harri sr-ts the f u s t o f w h i c h w e n t t o t h e n e c a t u r plaver- The s o es w e i e ^ 6-1 b 1 S C \ R F 1 OR B E M E N T Tamp a n d Tav lor of B e m e n t got 1 b T d s ^ a i e w h e n a f t e r w i n n i n g t h e first- spt S fi f r o m F l w o o d and Le- Foieee t h e m i d g e t D e r a t u r p l a v e r - t h e v lost the second se fr bv fi-1 The t h i r l t i l t we t in n h i r d f i n i s h to the Bement plivers b the scora of 7 to 5 The M o r r o w - R o b e r t s and M a n n l n g - Podman d o u b l e s m a t c h was scheduled foi - o clnr-k t h i s a f t e r i oon No m a t c h ^ w e i e p l a v p d in sinsles this m o r n i n g MLSICAL N L M B L R ' Several m u M r a l n u m b e i s w e i e g i v e n at the mee'ing of Gro ip : of the a ec ond P r e s b v t e t i a n c h u i U i luesf'av night Miss Ethel Burnett f irni'hed two vocal solos and Miss Blan he L o n - v v e l l two piano solos Ice r i e a m and vv a ei - w e r e -serveJ The a t t e n d a n c e w a - 1.01. large D I P H T H I Kl\ D i p h t h e r i a is reported in the f a m i l v of Clvd" T i l s c h 340 -Oest W i l l i a m stieet and in the f a m i l v of Sam lei M i l l e i s r n East L e a f l a u d a v e n u e Governor E F Dunne went to Chi^ c.ago on Wednesday morning to r e v i e w l e g i m e n t of c a v a l r j of the I N T G c e\pect"d to return to Sprmgfie 4 T h u i s d a m o r n i n g In the m e a n v v h i ' a t r e three candidates for the late Judge 'i C Johns place on the bench in. the sivt.i judicia' district were, left in, suspense S \ V E E N E T FAVORED' Decatur men who a i e in a position to knon today stated that ^ttornev E J Sweene of C l i n t o n has about at strong a chance tor appointment a.t a n y one else In fact m a n j of them are almost ceitain that he w i l l get the appointment Thev f i g a r e that G o v - ernor D u n n e pUns to throw the plum to C l i n t o n for the r e m a i n i n g few months of Judge Totins unexpirecl t e r m Thev f i g u i e that this would be wi = e m o v e p o l i t i c i l l v M I N D STILL OPEN H o w e v o Lecattn l a w v e r s are anxious that tf p ace be given to a "Oe- c a t u i man e i i h e r I A Buckmerhini W K tthilficld One of the local a t t o r n c v w h o prese iteri Mr Bucking- h a m s p e t i t i o n t o t h e g o v e i n o r Tues- ciav savs that t h 1 M v e t n a i h a d an · th ng but mad^ un his m i n d at that time I h a v e made no rltciston et hr» told them and w i l l not for s e v e r a l d o j s I h e matter is still u n d e r con- suleiation In the m e a n w h i l e the t h i e e can 1 dates foi the j lace are w a i t i n g ar i he p i n g K OF C D-V.NCE The K n i ^ l ts of Columbus i ad an en- j m a h l e dance at D r e a m l a n l p a r k Tues. d a v nigl-t T h i i t v couples w e i e t h e i e ONF LIU N;E The b o a i d of engineers examiners met M o n d a v night and issued one license The f o r m s for the a n n u a l re n e v v a l s of licenses are now being p r i n t ed and w i l l be l e a d v in a few iav s Scraps of News. TO 'LMJIER RESORT Mr and M i s Robert P Vail and ( ' i i i s h t t r l e f t T n e = d a v f o r Bradlev L e l c h N J \ t l e t r o i t t h e v w i l l be lomed hv Ah ind M i s \ i t h u r Dumo it a n d d i i c h t R j r h e l i n d t h e p a r t j w ill EO 11 mm ei on t i BradleA Beich for the ^ a i l phvsir-al director of the T t n t r a l l M C ^ at B a l t i m o r e Md has hrtn ca led to Lincoln 111 hv the s ^ r i o i s sickness of his babv daughter M a i v L e e T h e c h i l d w a s taken sick w h i l e v i s i t i n e w i t h its m o t h e i w i t h re a t i v e s at L i n c o l n and it is now in a l o s p i t a l t h e r e T h e V a i l s a r e w e l l k n o w n in Decatu" d a n e e r o u ^ LIFE'S LIGHTER HOURS. Surprise for Duncans The 5 m e m V r p of th" Modern W o o d m a n degree ^ t a f f rf LorlRp 1C2C their f a m i l i e s 1 a f e\\ 'r pp is F U M r = d Mr and Mr" I Duncan J N o r t h e lopr- street Tues c e v e m n e Mr and M r = Dimnn expert l e a v p fioon n I h e i r n e e home in M l n n c sota VTr P i nn m i rctenterl w i t h a .. . t r h fob and V l r n D n r a n " i t h a bar pin About f l i t v n f- pre-=pn and spent the even inK «ocia!h r p f r e p h m e n l s nf ire c r e a m and cake w e r o = r \ e r l DA.NGEROI =1 CRO«' One of D e c a t u r " most nssmirs is at the "orne of G r a n l a v e n u e a n d laspei stre=t There giocer I I O I P on the n o r t h w e s t re me-- and t h a t blocks ths view of a i i t o i s t s c o m i n g f i o m t h e west « e v e i al e v e n i n g s a K O an a u t o m o b i l e contain- his w i f e a n d t w o c h i l d i e n i n n d o w n bv a Champaign .11 at this crossing The a u t o l s t did not s=e the cai u n t i l it v as almost upon htm and he escaped makine a 1'" k tur11 n n Jaspei ; 3 man s almost i n t e r u r h a n i Mrs Hnrrv rnlmer Surprised Mrs H a r r \ i i l m p r \ i 1 ? plpasanth sur- pri«ed T u e = l i \ c \ e n i n e ^ r n a b o u t t u e n t j - tl\e of her f i"nd g a t h r rd at her home no South ^ gel = t r f t thp fr^a« on be ng her birthdav I f- earn . r» s p r \ f l Slicin b^ Mrs Palm Tho=e pre *» Irene Barnr«= BarneB Mei Mr and Mr* I and was h Mr and Mr M:r ( ook Mr Lida B c h n r and Mrs E Barnes Mr da chter Ldu «t of M U e r « e rr c 'f Nellie h"l an 1 Gr ~c Cook M G o w n M la Q mith r Barne and B a i n r M r = G T\ Banes nd Mr^ H i n \ Pilmer MT* nd dmi"i t r r O r p t h p l Mr mmo* M Erartshi \ D i d Mr« H i r r \ Palmei and Tonight's Pictures CRYSTAL From thr shadonii femur Inf; IrMng timngs ind Flo LnBodle Our M u t u a l Gr Tomorro v - The Million Dollar M * = err £ nlli ' reelB f G n i n i o n K To T O R N E P - Ben Bolt Tin% T i m . '.nerthcart" morron-- Th° Lueki N P^pt BIJOl.-- p^nls of Pinlme (- reels f e a t u r i n g P e n ] M h l e and r me 'Wilbur To M a n \ H u s h a n l G (2 rpe \ i t a g r a p h ) eat u n n g ^ I d n e v Drr \ Mi! MrDermott in Double Cro^= (Edison" MCKEI B I 1 O I -- Tu rite f e i l u r l r s T TVarr Meredith m Re«i the \ c r g e \ \ e t e r n Irama (I ibin ) Hope r a m p _ w i l l W I uc.le in c l l f f n r I p ( h c~enturv Pi- Kerrigan Bess , l i v e On the Innce in E if*. of Abandoned ind Marie ^ al of M«tcry rmp u c . e o%o -i · with Grace Cunard and Irancis Ford, ^^.IB^ rc\\ PICNIC St T o h i n n e s = e w t n s circle ^111 hold picnic a t FalrMew r i i ^ T h u i ' d a y a f - teinoon C. A. GILLE TO PEORIA MEETING Ret aM Drv OoodN lerohant« of Stato to Oreanlze. C A Oille o f t u e Linn . Scruggs orc ^ e n c to Pooria earh \ \ c d n e s d a morning 1 to attend the meeting' of Illinois d i \ goods mei chants T h i b met.t- n 2: i 1 - in the i i u u i e of an e f f o r t to JT- ni/t 1 t h e i c t i i l d i y soods m e r c h a i ^ of I l l i n o i s i n t o a «tate association i a f f i l i a t e \ \ i t h t h e n a t i o n a l as c ociaiKn T h c i e has m v t been a = t a t e organi- lon of tht- d i good's merfl mts It is p \ p e c t v ( i that at, lea^-t 10T w i l l n» pi =ent f t o m ill p a j ts of the «tate Ton i g h t t h p \ i t = i o i s \ \ i l l b e entertained at the Peon i f o u n t r-\ rl ih on the I H t - noi« r \ e i b \ t 1 P Petria dry goods niti c h a n t ' s Mr TO MICHIGAN a r d M i « l^lo^d \ \ e s t ^\ od street l e f t Tuesdav eve lllng: for M i c h i g a n w h e r e t h e v vv ill spend a m o n t h i e t u r n i n g : to Decatur about t h e f u s t o f \ i g u s t GLFE C L L B P R A C T I C E The Girls Glee club of the Second P i e s H v t e r i " n church vvill meet for practice at the chill ch on ThurFdav a f - t t i noon at 4 10 B\CK pFoM KEOKI K Mrs C H Leas, "in « o u t h W e b ' t e i s i i e e t l e t u i n e d home \ \ e d n e s l a j m o r n i n g from K e O K U k la w h e r e she has be-n for the past three months or accourt of her m o t h e r s illness MR. SAFFORD TO SPEAK TONIGHT 4 ffTMCft prcparitor 1 *. to communion !l be hoi I t n m c h t at 7 4-. a t the \\ e s t m i n s t e i pastor Pev t e s u b i e c t Prr b\ t e r i a n cliii" h F ^ i f f n r d w i l l s-ip-a The Mirk«s of Di^c IX LIVCOLN CASE A H Mille r e t u r n e l Tue'dav e v e n i n ? f r o m Lincoln w h e r e h e w a s i n v e s t i g a t irg the case of the application of the c o u n t y treasurer for n i d g m e n t asain't i n o acres of land b e l o n g i n g to M i s ? f B e n t l f v for delmqunicv in t a \ e " The question M o n d a j m o r n i n ? AFTER LOST LID M a u r i c e J Tangnev who lost his hat at the recent dr banquet at the First J'ethodist chureh is still on it= tr?il and hopes to locate it soon He s t i l l has the hat he got in exchange foi it TOOK COOK ALONG L S BaKer. George Lancaster and Ed Schultz left last nisht for Beardstown for a fishing trip on the Illinois r i v e r Thev w e n t -»v automobile The men took w i t h them a colored cook Bob Brow n COONRADT LEAVES J H C o o m n d t l e f t t h i s m o r n i n g for \ m l t l a Okla to see his siste- Mrs Jennie Higgin* who is senouslv ill It his sister shows anv I m p r o v e m e n t Mr Cooniadt w i l l go on to D e n v e r to v i s i t friends for a short time =ET\ ING CIRCLE MEETS The Modem "Woodman Sewing circle w Hi meet Thursdav a f t e r n o n at the home of Mrs \nrta Lirman *09 North Msin street TO TRAVERSE CITY Mrs Jennie Acklev of % \ v a l i n s m g V n n who has been v i s i t i n g her sis let- Mrs G F Chamberlain -H3 North E d w a r d street has l e f t for Ti averse Citv Mich foi - v i s i t before r e t u r n - ing borne Jiiss Clara Chamberlain be a r e u e d on n e \ t AID The third w a r d of the hospital aid w i l l meet at the home of Mrs J M Fhrniin T h u r s d a v 11"" W est Maron a f t e r n o o n at 2 "d s t i e e t oclo * on DECATUR BOYS JAILED AT MAROA Lada Vabbed When Thci Get Off Moi- tafr Freight L A n n Fisher, 4^ Ei*t Grand a ^ p n i^ and Heibert B r a m h l e f f SH 1 " N o r t h B i o a d T \ a \ , v-ere arie^ted i n Maroa \Vedne«=da\ m o r n i n g a n d plared i n j n i l Both bo\ s are about sixteen \*?ar^ of age T"he b o \ s ^ e n t to Maroa on a fr=igM train -^hlch does not stop at Mi r oi ind -when t h a t t o w n w a « reachPd the b o \ s l u m p e d off The^ w e r e n a b h e d b% the officer^ The Maroa o f f i c e r s are determined to make a «nop of the practice of ho-s 1 * j u m p i n g from th* 1 t i a i n * La^t w*»*»k t^vo Clinton boi-* w^r* 1 i n j u i e d % \ h « n th^ jumped from a train at Maroa and one of them Motor Fin"* 1= still in t h e hospital and tincon^nous from his in juries ACCIENT AFFECTS SPAETH WEDDING Brother of B rifle ^e-louslv lnftrel M h l l e fn *wfmminsr Tho pH n« 1"H t h f w e d d i n g * of B V ^ p p ^ t h nf P r i t u * - "nd Mi== E l ti i«"O) s u m nf Foi t T\ i\ DP- Tnd h i ^ » be*»n c h a n c e d = o m e w h i t on p r r n u n t of 3 se v loii ·- s^^irlen t ^ h i c h !iflf*p r ^ i T u o « t i j \ io Loin* N n « h g im b r o t h i of t h p br d* 5 M h i l e i n au in mine- it Rome ("m Tnd h p f* 1 * 1 ! backwards w h^n ;nri nx to d i \ f T n d i n m r e d ! is = pinf Pn P p l i \ = i c n n ^ u t=re callea tog p t h ^ r ^ n d the\ *?\ t h ^ r p i« 1 t i l e c h a n c f~r r^^o^ J r ^ ird he w i l l p r o a b l \ b*» T Cripple foi l i f e if he I i \ f « ! Th* 1 u ^riding' vi 3= to lia\f be^n q i rfl, l a i p p and the c m th f i m J K of DP^ t n u i f t o n t i t n d T o e ^ p a e t h i«= t h o onU on* 5 ^ h n w i l l tro on to be pi a t t h e r p r p m o n \ w h i c h w i l l t T k ^ rl" 5 n Tli n = d ' i \ m o n n n e a t f o clock and 111 = 1 the i m m e d i a t e f a m t l \ w i l l be pre em Thf ro iple w i l l m a k p t h f i r home m Dai. enpor* la WAS SCUFFLING AND BROKE LEG C. H. McDonald V i c t i m of Accident on South \\ncr. C H McDonald 333 South W ater street suffered a rather p a i n f u l a" 1- aent Tue-=daj evening w h e n he fell and broke his left leg just a b o v e the ankle Mr McDonald was rlis f u l l scuffling TUth a. friend w h e n he slipped and fell at the. corner of · W a s h i n g ton and South Water stteets Mr McDonald Is a contractor He w i l l be confined to the house for some t i m e BORN. ·on Mr and Mrs Gi.nes Walker 12 Debater street Wednesday July s THERE~WAS .02 INCH FELL Dust «ett!ed In «omr Place* -- ot Settled ID Other*. 1 1-f 1 o f f i c i a l w e a t h e r r^or 1er rp p c r t 5 n "* O F an inch oi w a t e i f a l l i n g p ^ r K "^ edne c da^ moi n i n e w hi i a m o u n t of coui E" 1 is -scTrc* \\ enouarh to h e l p at all Torn 11 " f h r e a t o m n ^ appearance of the do id; f T thp last t u o da^ l =! the ^coi hr I i n h a b i t a n t * t i \ e bp^n look ncr foi a good rain b :t so f i r f t h a " t a l l e n ^ ort The reports 3 j e the rain w i « h ^ n i"=r th* 1 further north it went an-1 ti it northeast of Decatur t h e r e w as a p r e t t \ f a i r rain w blip piacttcil!\ n o n e f e l l south o t tow n DEEDS RECORDED. C J Tucker to Le la U G Iman sou it we* t l t northwest J * 2*-\~ 1 e-\»l Sfl Of\ E d w i n M c N u t t to E igen^ Head lot 15, hioct 6 H A 'Wood*. H hdMsion $4500 Eugene H^ad to F d w i n ^Ic^utt lot 10 block 5 C a t l i n g s ad l i t l o n 53^00 I C Mvers to Jo* ph Luk'-'v lot 6 block 1 Oakdalc addition SJ \ Susan C CIok*=". to T\ P "U ard lot 7 art pa«t h a l f lor « block 1* Elson He'ghts S42 R L H u f f m a n in \\ J Moeller lot 17. block 13 H A Tlood-s sub-U% lalon $2 f o P F Da\ls to ^ u n "n r r-Iok«\ lot 24 artf v.e*t h i l f lot 2^ block *» Ei-on Heights U R Ward to Su?an C Clokey lo» 26 and east half lot 25 El-onHcights $425 E B BMdon to L o^d Ha-rington tract i^lxl 0 feet in block 7 Reel . Co e addition, F \S Lehn to Parker Major lots 1 and 2. blof-k 11 "Warrsnsbun? f 7 o MEETINGS. Go den Crown famp No 12*--^f«*tinic thf^ e % ^ n HB at ^ o clock In the G 1 R hall Masonic --Sper'al m*"*tlng of Mar-on Lodgs N o S A F A F s t T W lonlght MARRIAGE LICENSES. 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