The Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois on July 10, 1914 · Page 3
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The Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois · Page 3

Decatur, Illinois
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Friday, July 10, 1914
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Friday Evening, July 10,1914. THE DECATTJR RETSEW E STUDY IS BEST IN Say* Rupert Neily in J. M. U. Recital. r "Concerning music study abroad, It ll my opinion that a, good, If not a tetter musical education, may be obtained in this country," said Rupert f.*eily. director at the summer course at the Millikln conservatory, in his tlrst recital in Kaeupcr hall, Thurs- Bay afternoon There was fair attendance and the recital proved Wghly In- · IrjctUe and entertaining. 1 TWO REASON'S i 'There are tio reasons ' he continued first, that for M?irs we have PCmantled the services of the great- tst f - n i o p ' in musicians both to in- ·tr.ift mid furnish diversion for the public, and second, ttie native teach- fcr i« \ a s t l \ more sincere in bringing fcnt (he lift there is in his pupil." HOW TO LISTEN Mi N c i l J also g a v e some interesting ( i - m i l l i o n on how to listen to mug 11? i-ud in pin I ] M tn. at least in approaching this 0, !i. t t e f l u s n e art of singing to be 1,1 j t n f Let \oiir whole being be f, vplendi L n e a r a t i v t -- f o r a space--and fn i t h n u t hindrance from the arrogant run 1--let the obje-t a s it is gradual!! outline 01 project itself on this sensi- tiX*e p l i t p Then comes the time to t - e \ m i i i m l v t l c a l qualities to de- t rmine iu-t where- this impression * , i m i « I n r M i t i o n to others of a like f pH'-urr .Mi« 5 l,"is Was'on illustrated for Mr fr.ilx the work given to a beginner « ' Mncmc after whir-h she sang in I t r m h t h e (Meverbeer). 'Nobles Se'g- ) rni Salute J|i«s Ruoh f lossman of 31 i-i t i-to\\ n. -mother pupil sang in J nsll=h and Italian Ihe audience was M r y appreciative Ol'ERA NFXT. Mr N f i l v announced that he. w i l l f n s e n t in ahou» two weeks, w i t h the fl«Bi*tnn f of «fm* of hi** pupils a pro- piam In. hiding the garden scene from the opera, 'Faust.' queat" numbers were given by the band, and the program as a whole was altogether pleasing. The next concert will be given in Central park next Thursday night. LARGE AUDIENCE AT REVIVAL A good crowd attended the revival service held In the new Pentecostal church Thursday night and the'e were nine conversions Rev. R M. Kell preached from Matt I 21, "And she Fhall bring forth a son and his name shall be Jesus, for he shall save the people from their sins " Ihese sci vices will be held through Sunday night w h e n the church Is to be dedicated The song service begins at 7 30 o'clock and preaching at S o clocK W. B. M'KINLEY AT FORSYTH Honorable W. B McKinley wYir give lecture on his trip around the world at the I O O F hall in Forsyth Sat- urdav evening at S o'clock No at- 'iittance fee will be charged. WILL BUILD A NEW STORE W N Kelley w i l l build a new store ac the southeast corner of Olive street and Grateland a\ enue Preston T Hicks set the stakes Thuisday for the new building, which will be used for a general stoie ENTERTAIN FOR "GRANDMA" STOUGH The Seventh ward of the Ladies' Aid ociety of the First Christian church ntertalned the women of the church nd their friends Friday afternoon at ie home of Mrs John S to ugh, 445 West King street, In honor of "Grandia Stough a birthdaj. The hours ere from 2 to 5 o'clock BIG CROWD HEARS CONCERT Folo* t Tom »hrnm» Enthuilnntlcallr Encored. 4nothe« large crowd heard the con- tcrt bv the Goodman band at the t r a n s f e r house Thursdav night Tom .Abram" who save a vocdl solo was f - n t h u s n - t i r a l K encored He mav go to r a m p and sins w i t h the band in Augu c t The new composition bv Professor Robert Walter. New Harm n n v rert"nnlal March.' ·» as pro- jio meed a winner. A number of re- LIFE'S LIGHTER HOURS. Ming Koerner Entertalm. Miss Marie Koerner entertained a few of her friends at a pie social on the lawn of her home, 115? Ea«t Lin coin avenue. Thursdav evening The time -nas spent In plaving games and everyone had a 1ollv time Those present were Misses Louise T.itznei, Lv- dla Fiahlmann Helen Hollmann Dor- olhv and Paula bchiick, Anna Hoover Idna Kejl, Freda BlanKenburg Hen- iletta Bachmann Marie Koernec, and Piui and Arthur Arntlt William Hevne. ,Tr Walter Starbodv, W liter Blankenburg-, Fred Bachmann, W a l t e r and Ed- fcjjr TYahlmann, Henrv Sihepper, Edward Donaldson and Herbert Roggo No hard rubbing --no boiling--when youuie BEACH'S MEAT and LARD lO- 4 HOc SPECIAL PRICES ALL DAY SATURDAY CTAAA Ibs. choice smoked bacon and salt pork; -| Al OUUU at other markets 20c lb., Saturday only.. J.U Best 25c and 30c grade breakfast bacon, in special sale all day Saturday only Danzeisen's pure lard, regular price 15c, in special sale Saturday only Special lard, 3 lb. pai! 35c; 5 lb. pail 55c; 10 lb. pail lard, Saturday only,. Choice tender beef steak, at other markets 20c; -J f\l/ 2 in special sale Saturday only Choice beef roast, regular price 18c, special all day Saturday only Try our choice sugar cured corned beef, regular price 15c, Saturday only '. First and only real cut price market. CUS BOOKER 605 N. Water St. Phones and Delivery 1 .irgc pack.igc (junker C.orn Flakes cut to. package 5c 2 i,m. Luge m i l k ciil to '2 fm · I 5c -' c.ins laige J-'b boston baked beans, Z for 16c 2 boxes mafelies. '2 foi § c i pounds of lard 2ac Idd tea cut to , lOc $1.00 STAMPS FREE l.oretta coltee 3% pounds for SI "0 Churnedwell buttenne 25c Large bottle Loretta lemonade sjrup, worth 25c, cut to 18c I t u s bottle -mites 15 glasses; ask for a sample drink l-resh tountrv nsus rfo/en 20c T. Curry Was Putting Up Street Light Vandalia, July 10--J T. Curry, bet_ r known as "Dj ke" was Instantly llled Thursday evening He was plac- ns a. new/electrlo light in front of the lethodist Episcopal church when he ame in contact with a live wire, caus- ng Instant death. He -was aged about twenty-eight ears and had lived here all his life He eaves a wife and four small children, hree boys and one girl BIRTH A little daughter was born to Mr and rs J. Savage, July 5, the second child rs Savage was formerly Miss Ina dwards BOTH PHONES. Monticello Men Jump to Safety--Car Demolished. Monticello, July 10 --Dr J M. Holmes and JOB Allman met with what came very near being a serious accident, while crossing the West Main street crossing of the Wabash, Thursday afternoon. As they approached the cross- Ing the gates on the west side were put up but as they got on the tracks and the gates on the eat side were suddenly lowered they were trapped In' stopping to avoid collision with the gates, Dr. Holmes killed his engine There was not time to push the car back out of the way and the only thing to do was to Jump for safety The train that struck them was a Wabash through freight and was probably running at thirty miles an hour J R Hefner, the agent at the station w h o lowers the gates, saw the car on the track as he lowered the gates but could not raise them In time to escape catching the car The car was entirely demolished OTHER ITEMS James Marvin and Mrs Nelson Bartley returned Wednesday from nla. where they spent the past winter. Agnes Cramer, of Worihtngton, Ind, is here to spend the summer with her aunt, Mrs, Henry Johnson. George W. Anderson of Bement, Grand Chancellor of K. of P's and County Clerk Harvey Fay were In Cisco Friday night to Install officers. ANNUAL STPRM RE-UNION AUG. 27 Shelbyvllle, July 10.--The annual Storm reunion* which brings together each year many representatives of one oC the pioneer families of eastern Shelby county, will be held this year on Thursdaj, Aug. 27, In a grove near the home of W A. Storm at Season, where the celebration -Rill be conducted on the customary elaborate scale R O. Watson, supen Isor of Ash GrOv township, is president of the organization which has existed for njs* years, and the other officers are as follows. Vice-president--N E Storm. Secretarj--C A C u n j . Treasurer--W J? Stoim. ARRANGE FOR BAKERY SALE Members of the Ladies' Aid society of "the Third Unite! Brethren church, at their meeting Thursday afternoon, arranged tor their bakerj sale which is to be held Saturday at W. H Hop- k'ns' grocerv, Calhoun and Grand ave- ni'e The -women finished piecing a quilt Nine werp present On Your Vacation The most important thing is shoes. Cool and comfortable footwear neami rnneb towardi valuing the ·mount of pleunre taring thWdari of oat of door life. Ladles white canvas, 2 strap oxfordi 74c to fl.9S Ladies white canvas Baby Doll for fl.24 to 91.98 Ladles white canvas rubber sole for «1.49 to fl.OS. Misses white canvas 2 strap, sizes 11% to 2 for 8Se. to (1.49. Misses White canvas Baby Doll, sizes 31% to 2 for $1.14 to 91.S4. Child* whlta oanvas oxford*, 4*e. «te 84e and 9Se and »1.24. Men's white canvas oxfords In all styles for »1.49, «!.«». *!*«, WJM «·« $2.68. BAREFOOT S.4NDLES. Men's In all sizes $!.«· Ladles In all sizes »!.· Miises in all sizes 88e to (1.14 Chi Ids, 40c. AOc, SSc nnd We. Remember we sell shoes for the entire family for less money. Being; Just out of the high rent district enables us to do so. LET US SHOW TOU. | The Decatar Shoe Store 22O E. ELDOH1DO ST. If SCOVILt* BI/D. Not the biggest, but growing the faateat. ! Anv Colored Hat Saturday $1.00 T ^ HEEE are some 150 colored trimmed hats remaining in our millinery stock and we propose to close them all out in one day's selling, Every colored hat (excepting ostrish * trimmed) is marked at $1, regardless of its quality or its trimmings, and many of them 1 were designed to sell at from $10 to $15, Our invoicing days are near and we never allow t trimmed hats to appear on our inventory, Come, take your choice at I Trimmed White Hats */2 Price $5 to $8.50 Untrimmed Leghorns, $2.49 JULY CLEARANCE SALES ON EVERY FLOOR THE STORE WITH THE ELECTRIC FANS SILK HOSIERY FOR 69c aos Big Saturday Sale, Offering Women's Very Finest $1 and $1.50 Silk Hose For Only 69c a Pair W E HAVE a big surprise for our patrons, tomorrow, in our sale of Summer silk hosiery at 69c a pair, For the money you pay, this is the greatest hosiery value you have ever seen, They come in black, white and colors and are made with high spliced lisle heel, lisle toe and top, We have a big supply in all sizes and feel free to recommend this hose as one of the greatest features of our July sales. The standard $1 and $1,50 qualities for, a pair Sale Opens At 9 A. M. See Water Street Window Display Tonight TAKING A LOSS ON CHILDREN'S DRESSES ? -- · : " ~" """ Mothers Will Do Well to Take Advantage of Our Saturday Clearance DRESSES AT 29c Values Ranging from $1.00 To $2.00 A line of dresses slightly soiled by display. They are new styles in dark and light colors and will be sold tomorrow at a heavy sacrifice to clean up stock. ,Sizes range from 2 to 6 and from 6 to 14 years, with a few juniors' included. Your choice, Saturday DRESSES AT 79c Values Ranging From $2.50 To $3.50 Another special lot of dresses, includes both white and colors. They are our better dresses in the finer materials-* all good, new styles, but slightly soiled in showing. The range of sizes is good, including ages 2 to 6, 6 to 14 and the misses of 13, 15 and 17 years. Your choice, Saturday -.-^i 79c SPAPFRf NFWSPAPFK!

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