Decatur Evening Herald from Decatur, Illinois on October 15, 1930 · Page 7
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Decatur Evening Herald from Decatur, Illinois · Page 7

Decatur, Illinois
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Wednesday, October 15, 1930
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I r i i GRATIFIED FOR IDLE Governor Refuses To Accept Chairmanship of Committee Ret? IN rue Of HIS T£ SOCK, JSAP IQ-IS _^*'*·*·'«*"* lence ch De- know Th« thii bank o the bt»i» invite* the tnanuf*c- ores, fnc- at Iheir safe de- that you re you Ktal tr«n»- : that prohibition hm al Id t h u c-inHumptlon of VdU-, arid In tho face of lit Ion fiom a mlncilty, not mean noi nmk* oi thp olher thlnft* liit- am f3 bMnft ovni worked 1 rre -i.e other fulliw tog in but frai thh h already. publlthed ([ rotltnl lanadlan conliol (.'» lhi vcn piovinLvi In a \n,is per captta lor l i q u o r , (hi t katchewan Hjuoi bonr'l it arrnsts) for (]rtinkennt"«i 125 per cent In t h n )ltut atha of ^ovei nuripnt iiile, t M much ILquoi Is xoiil ei» (is by the Btnorn- that the Albcita bum (I eatest ptohlem 1* moon- (Oiintiy dlstikt»" nfl'l ittlv ' lyo n . l JtAKLHS J AHAMS . 1J rated Sermon okout |n bourd outsidp of » oumrd Rundity'si letitmn low what hell t""' th was pilntttl in »mn!l me nnd hoai our new OP- . 0«t, 16.-Appolntm«nt n ( 41 induitilftl leaders o( Illlnol* to innn tlw MftiB-wldt committee on £TMmp!ovro«nl was «nnounc«d Wort- by Oov. Louis I* Emmmon. nwtitior, In announcing his c o " en r«pr«i*ntlnK tndus- ,1 rinnnclBt, «Wlc, charitable nn «ll'»» i*el«l Interests, expressed hl» mUHcolltin »t th« hearty response !( thoi* o»hetl to s#rve on the board The governor added thut he had iwutiWrt Dr Benjamin M aquwe*, ttalrnuin ot Ihe tratts br*irt of mon'ti (lolh)nj( indtintry. tn officiate at the OECATUR HERALD WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 15, 1930. UECATUR HERALD first meeting ot the unemployment committee, Squiron, queitloned at hl» ottlcc, anld that In accordance with the governor's wishes, he would call n meet- Ing of the committee the first put of n«xt -week. Governor Emmorton reiterated his refusal to h«ad the committee, sty- Ing that ho would work with H under the loldcrshlp of a chairman of their own selection. Chandlerville Bankers Indicated By Grand Jury (flu (/nttod F,« t ) CHANDLEKVILLE, Oct. IS --Six true bills charging embenlement were returned by the Can county grand gury today against J O, Ffftnlten, president, and C, W Amsworth, Cashier of the defunct Chundlcrvllle a lute bank which was closed two month* ajo on account of frown aawsts MUNI GROUP ASKS FUEL TAX SPUT Proposal To Divide Gas Revenue Adopted By Committee {«!/ Vnitul J*IOM } SPJHNGFIELD. Oct. W--Recommendation of legislation to provide for the equal division of the State's three-cent gas tax, so that the state, county and city will each receive one cent of the tax will be considered by the Ililuota Municipal league convention which opens here Thursday. The proposal was adopted by a sub-commute* of the league at a meeting held here recently. The committed, of -which Mayor Charles H. Oieene, of Aurora, Is chairman, has prepared a bill mak- the division of the gas tax into thtao Instead ot two gioups, and authorizing cities and municipalities to spend their portion of the tax without state supervision City officials from all lections of the state are expected to attend the league's convention which -will continue through to Friday, - 1 Japanese Ratification Of Naval Treaty Arrives VICTORIA. B. C , Oct. 1-- Japan's ratification of the London naval treaty Wednesday waa speeding toward New Yirk in charge of two United States army air pilots whose tialnlng for war fitted them foe this unique errand ot peace. Thef Hois expect to deliver the Important peace document in Hew Yotk not later than Thursday afternoon. , Find Three Sticks of Dynamite Before Door tSy VitittiPTHt } CHICAGO, Oct. IB--Three sticks ot dynamite were discovered urly Wednesday In the doorway ot ft west side hardware utore owned Ell Miller when Jo« BcUlorer, haker, noticed a myiterious paftk* age whit* on his way to work. Police, summoned by Selllngtr, Relieved the dynamite bad heeit placed there by a trade rival. » SMASH WINDOW, BOB (fill P*ttit Prut,} CHICAOO, Oct. 15--Mo» than (1,000 worth of watches were itolMi early Wednesday when on* ot the two m«n In an automobile smashed the front store window of Sarnett snd Company, jewelers, and ran Off with a handful of watches. r- ^f* r * " - - v. - 1 '" \ **» ^ v^'v , ( * i , , ,"^"" i" j A -n*i*^' ( ^, /:; /;- -:..t v ' -i - , , -\\ i s v i - « , : j ·,"£ -* ^, / - -/ -; i,' v^,- **5^ '^'U,^^,' · " - ' * ' · , ' ^ ,^^ ' ; ' // V , , - -, ,,, j ^ /, ',*/,;* ;* ^ C 1 :'-* 1 '---' j-sv^V^ ;'IM; ·^ % ·· H ; ' 5 ,4, * s * ° i , J ^(l i · -'o , ,,- *· ; ,£'/.:. ,r/fe BEAUTIFUL and CHARMING! It's an added special quality that makes the beauty of a pretty girl But she's a natural favorite to begin with. And for the same reason Camels are favorites with the modern crowd* Scientific principles govern their manufacture; but the mildness, the fragrance, the delicate flavor are natural qualities of the tobacco. There's enjoyment in the smoking of a Camel. Camels go with happy laces ... a lift of spirits with the opening of every fresh, fragrant pack. For Camel's 'delightful mildness holds all the natural goodness of choicest tobaccos. Don't confuse it with the flatness or insipidness of "over-treated" cigarettes. CAMELS "BASY TO LISTEN TO "-CAMEL PLEASURE HOUR W»dn«id»y «v«nia4i «o N. B, C. network, WJZ «nJ tntlM*. Gunk rw lo«*l rtdl* P i u n r c r U n d e r s e l l i n g i t o i j It Starts Friday, Oct. 17 Attend Our 9th. Anniversary ALE! S"More Power To Your Dollar" Come Friday, Help Us Celebrate Our 9th Year In Decatur, 111. S H INCE August we have been working like beavers to mak* thii Anniversary Celebmtion the gretttit period for you in our tntira hiitory. UNDREDS of thousand* of dollari' worth of brand new merchandise, warm clothing for men, women MM! children* iko thing* for the benw Iwve b**n Mcuivd ·! NEW LOWER PRICES) In *very department of the ttov* YOUR DOLLAR IS BIGGER THAN EVER BE. FORE. And tot the opening day, Friday, October 17th, « dcmoiulntion of MORE POWER TO YOUR DOLLAR will be forcefully portrayed, depirtment br dwwt. ment In » front »tnre-wlde event--An Anniversary CWebratJon tiul Ihrttty D«Mtar bM IWkM f»t» want to-becAUie, thU yi»r, TOUR HOIXAR 18 BIGGER THAN KVER AT THE DBOATDIt DRY COODS CO. REMEMBERi! SEE OUR GIANT ADVERTISEMENT IN TOMORROWS PAPERS --REMEMBER! BE HERE FRIDAY--THE FIRST DAY OF OUR NINTH YEAR IN DECATUR. Here Are Just a Few of the Bargains to Be Had in Our Anniversary Sale! Wwnes't HOMB Froths .__* 44* Women's Fell Moccatint 2fe Infants' Dresm aid Oerlrwto lift HOC Gillette Razor Blades (package of B) 29o 60e Jergen's Haftd Lotion 29t Yard Wide Hope Muslin I0e 4-pieoe Voile Cirlaln Sets Men's Work Shirts Boys' Percale Bloates, sizes 7 to 14 66x80 Gray Cotton Blankets .NlIWSPAPLI

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