The Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois on July 10, 1914 · Page 7
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f Friday Evening, July 10,, 1914. THE DECATUR REVIEW Page Seven Woods Are FuH of Poison Ivy tint Get Tour Blood Right--Then You're Safe 'All country people and city folks be* fore taking to the woods should fortify their Wood with S. S. S. This famous blood purifier not only Drives all poisons out of the system but *ut» the blood In a condition to resist the effects of poison Ivy and other terrors that constantly beset us. You never can tell what a slight abrasion of the Bkin may lead to. A small scratch by barb wire or thorn will often open the "way to serious trouble. Then there Is the danger of Impure water, of c!oss«d , bowels, of mineral poisons already in the system, of public towels and numerous other traps to set the blood on flre. Let 8. S. S purify your blood and If poisons Slave Invaded the svstem begin B. 8. B. at once and drive them out. Get a bottle today of any druggist but don't accept anything claimed to be "Just as good." Beware of substitution Write to The Ewift Specific Co., 107 Swift Bldg.. Atlanta Ga., lor an Illustrated book "What the Mirror Tells." It fully exnlalns about skin diseases and is finely Illustrated. Other Railroaders Combine with Enginemen. MEET NEXT TUESDAY HAVE YOU EVER TEIED On Glasses Fitted With Toric Lenses? If not. you've still to learn of what somfort in eye glasses means. The Toric lenses are somewhat oval in shape--they fit the e^e. so that no outer edge is visible Where the ordinary shaped lens ninkes the ejeglass wearer NERVOUS, the loric Kas just the OPPOSITE EFFECT Why not let me try Toric Lenses on your eyes today'.' D WILLIAMS ^P PTDMETRIST OPTICIAN. I 107 N. Water St. Opposite Millikin Bank. Workers of 67 Roads Preparing Ultimatum. The possibility of a, general railroad strike Is the newest development In the western lallroad situation which will be brought to a. head Tuesday of ne^ week when general managers and rep resentatlves of thousands of western engmemen meet In Chicago to consider the requests o£ the men. OTHEB GRIEVANCES. Representatives of the clerks, bag- gagemen, freight handlers, warehouse men and trainmen of sixty-seven railroads west of Chicago have already met and started to prepare an ultimatum to be sent the general managers at the same time they meet the engrlnemen, and the executive committee of the em- ployes has voted that a. referendum vote on strike be taken by the various orders. All of these employes have decided to act together In the matter of their demands, and the strike situation Is thus complicated more than BO per cent. WAXT BETTEK CONDITIONS. One officer In the Decatur Wabash switchmen's organization stated Thursday morning that although no definite move has as yet been made by that body, there is a probability that demands for advanced working conditions will be made. Wabash trainman say that their part of the general requests has not as yet materialized, but they too much to b« mixed up slightly in the affair. Decatur baggagemen and freight handlers are also waiting to receive word from heads of their orders. There is no clerk's organization In railroad offices here. COMPLICATES SITUATION. "This news certainly complicates the former situation which in Itself was not serious," said a prominent Wabash division freight official Thursday. RESISTS REMOVAL OF HIS FENCE Master fn Chancery Issues Injunction Affainit Commissioners. A temporary injunction was issued bv Master in Chancery W. H. Black Thursday afternoon restraining: the high way commissioners from removing a fence at the George Hell farm near Lost Bridge. Dr. H. D. Heil, a brother, asked for the Injunction. om« time ago the highway commissioners had Gaorge V. Lorlng- mak» a survey to determine whether the Lost bridge road along the east side of the Heil property was where the records showed It should be. The engineer found ttmt according to the records, the fence along the east boundary of the Heil farm encroached twenty-six feet onto the pufc- Ilc highway. It has been there for several years, wa« there when Mr, Hell bought the property, and he 1 resists the action of the commissioners in setting- it back. The attorney for the commissioners Informed them that they had the right to the original road. way as shown by the records. IN EARLY DATS. There are several places in the county where the roads do not follow the official routes. In the early days when land was cheap and hills were plenty, it was not unusual for farmers to go around a hill instead of over it and those unofficial routes were traveled for many years and some times when it Is desired to cut down a hill and place the road where the records show It ought to be, opposition is made by people owning adjoining property. DECATUR GIRL WINS ESSAY PRIZE Mis* Ruth Sholne Graduate oC Tuscola High School. Miss Buth Sbolne of Tuscola, who employed at the Combination Fountain company office in this city, was recently awarded the third prize of- Jered by John Lingren of Chicago for the best essay on the subect, "The Influence of the United States in Advancing the Cause of International Peace." Th« contest was held under the auspices of the Northwestern university, and was open to all high school students in the United States. RECEIVED $50. The essay wa s limited from 3,000 to 4,800 words, the titles to all essays being the same. Miss Sholne's prize was $60 In cash. The contest was divided nto different sections and prizes offered for each section. Miss Sholne was graduated from the Tuscola high ichool tn the June class of this year Commissioner Ruthrauff Issues List. Interesting W. C. T. V. Meeting. An Interesting program was given at the W. C. T. U. meeting Wednesday afternoon at the First Christian church. Dr. Jennie Klbbie was leader and the subject was, "Our States Which Have :ampatgns on for State Wide Prohibition." Mrs. Ella Hampton spoke on 'Driving the Liquor Traffic from Colorado." Mis. Gertrude Wilson-Theobold told jf Washington going dry. Mrs. C. B. Erwln talked about the June days In Virginia and the valiant fight that is being made there. In spite of the warm weather twenty-one women were present The meet- Ing was closed early and the members attended the funeral of W. H. Starr In a body. Mr. Starr was an honorary member of the W. C. T. U. The meeting next Wednesday will be In charge of the medal contest superintendent, Mrs. Lucille Lorlns-Evans. Commissioner Ruthrauff ha 5 Issued the official list of new mains which will be laid this year. He also gives a list of the mains which have been petitioned for, but which cannot be laid until later. He has done everything he could to get them all laid, but the city hasn't the money. The list follows: WATER MAINS TO BE LAID. Taylor avenue, from alley between Main and Wood to alley between Wood and Macon North Edward H H., north to limits. North Ookland, Main to Prairie. North Oakland, William to North. West William, Oakland east to pavement. Cottage Hill avenue, from Ookllnd a \ e n u e , west one block. Jasper street, Eldorado to Sangamon MAINS PETITIONED FOR Clay street, First to Second, Gushing, Monroe to-Maple. ' Center, Monroe to Maple. Olive, Blonroe to Maple. Leafland avenue, Water to Morgan. North Church, railroad to limits. East Wood, Illinois east five or six 1 locks. King, Dunham to Oakland. South Illinois, Henderson to Riverside. Chamber of Commerce addition. East North, Fourth to Seventh. South Maffit and Roger avenue. Monroe, Sawyer to Harrison avenue. East Locust, Jasper street east. Hair Made Beautiful Beautiful hair* thick, fluffy, lutsrons and absolutely free from dandruff is not so much a gift of nature as a matter of care and proper nourishment. Hair Is like a plant--it will not grow healthy and beautiful unless it has attention and proper nutriment. Parisian Sage, daintily perfumed and easily applied, tones up and invigorates the roots of the hair, and furnishes the necessary nourishment to not only save and beautify the hair, but also stimulate it to grow long, heavy, soft, fluffy and radiant with life. When used frequently and rubbed into the scalp, it will simply work wonders. Just one application stops Itching head, removes dandruff and cleanses the hair of all dust and excessive oil. Since Parisian Sage, which can be obtained from The Decatur Drug Co., or at any drug store, never disappoints, it is no longer necessary for any woman to be humiliated because of thin, streaky, faded, lifeless or unattractive hair. Young Ladies' Baby Doll Pumps, Special Saturday TREMENDOUS Shoe Purchase MADE BY D.R, and for SATURDAY The BIG 2nd and 3rd floor Bargain Depts. Another Lot of Ladies' Black Velvet 2-Straps We Offer You a Most Wonderful Selection of All the Newest Styles of Summer Low Shoes at Large selection newest Colonials, $2.50 and $3.00 values Unheard of Prices Tangos, Colonials, 2-Straps and Mary Janes Ladies' Tango Pumps, Patents and Satins, $3.50 values HERE IS WHERE YOU SAVE A DOLLAR OR MORE Ladies' white canvas 2-straps and Mary Janes Children's patent and dull 2-straps Ladies' black satin pumps $1.19 CHILDREN'S WHITE CANVAS 2 Straps 75c Ladies' gun metal 2-straps Children's Baby Doll pumps GIVES $23,000 TO NEGRO Y, M. C A. Chicago, July 10.--In accordance with .its offer of $25,OpO for a Young Men's Christian Association building for ne- groes to any city in America which would laisa 1/5,000 additional. Julius_ Eosenwald yesterday seat his check for t amount to Kansas Citv. Since NEW PREACHER FOR ARTHUR CHURCH Arthur, July 10.--Rev. George D. Lawrence of Avon, 111, has been called as pastor of the Lincoln street Christian church In this city. Rev. Mr. Lawrence was formerly a minister here and elnce then has preached in Danville. Urbana and other cities. He Is an able orator and pastor. Mr. Lawrence w i l l begin his work here Sept. 1. the offer was made two yean m Mr. Rosenwald has given similar amounts to, Washington, Philadelphia Indianapolis and Chicago. He said that five other cities have subscribed the $78,000 and will receive his-check as soon as miner requirements are met. They are Atlanta, Cincinnati, Baltimore. _New York and Los Angeles. MT. PULASKI WOMAN WINS GOLD MEDAL Mt. Pulaski, July 10.--Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Wright of St. Louis are visiting their parents, Rev. and Mrs. J. H. Wright. Mrs. H D. Ryman o£ Mt. Pulaeki was awarded the gold medal at the contest held at French's chapel. Mrs. C K. Boberts lett Wednesday for Detroit, Mich., where she will make her home Bathing Suits Finest line in the city! Women's suits, in different trimmings, $2 to to $10. Men's and boys' bathing suits, one and two-piece suits, in cotton and wool, 50c to $5.00. Caps and shoes for bathers at different "prices. Haines Essick 217 N. Water. Both Phones 1256. SATURDAY BARGAINS $1.25 KAYSEE SILK GLOVES $1 Saturday we place on special sale in our glove department upwards of 50 dozen pairs of genuine KAYSER pure silk gloves--long 16-button styles \\ith warranted finger tips, in black, uhite and all colors, Kajser gloves that retail the world o\er regularly for 61.25--wonderful bargains at Stewart's, Saturday, a pair · gloves $1 ! 1.50 Silk Hose, 89c Upwards of 25 dozen pairs of women's pure silk hose in white, black and all the fashionable Summer shades--tango, new blues, greens, helio, nelrose, etc., in all sizes. Pure silk hosiery actually worth $1.50 the pair--at Stewart's Saturday, wonderful bargains, pair Upwards of 20 dozen pairs of women's extra fine quality boot silk hose, in black, white and Ian-all guaranteed for service. Regular price 75c tho pair. Stewart's price, Satur- Iny, the lowest ever ·irmed, pair 50c U'omen's extra quality white, black and tan hosiery; all sizes included. Regular 25c grade, f CM Saturday, pair . . . " ***· Children's strong wear- resisting black, white and tan hosiery in all sizes. Regular 25c 4 Cg sellers, a pair. ...***** Men's Geneva silk hose, in black and colors; best 25c sellers--in all sizes, big bargains here Saturday, pair ... SOc Women's Union Suits For 25c Upwards of 20 dozen women's fine, soft texture Summer union suits, made in the favored loose knee styles and trimmed with lace and embroidery. The finest SOc union suits--all sizes--Saturday, the suit 25c 50c Misses 3 and Children's Union Suite, 25c Upwards of 15 dozen misses' and children's pretty new style loose knee union suits; all white; in 4 to 14 years. Worth SOc the suit. Saturday, suit 15 dozen women's gauze vests with taped necks and arms, in white only, all sizes. lOc values, Saturday ... ·t7 7 «-"- 5c Another vest bargain. Ten dozen women's pretty taped vests, regular 15c kinds, all sizes, special 1 A/» Saturday, each ...|JL"C Men's 75c Summer Union Suits For SOc A special purchase of 25 dozen men's fine, cool poros-knit Summer union suits. These are in ankle length and short sleeve styles--the most comfortable garments ever designed for Summer wear. Regular 75c values, Saturday, suit SOc Men's shirts and drawers--both balbriggan and I Boys' union suits, the very popular and health- noros-knit--short sleeves and knee length--all ful poros-knit, sizes 4 to 14 years. Worth regu- sizes. Worth 39c to 50c the gar- 9Cn Inrly 39c; at Stewart's Saturday. 9Rtt sizes. ment, Saturday, garment. 25c special, the suit. JULY CLEARANCE OF Men's Shirts A sensational clearance of our entire stock of men's Summer shirts. Newest coat styles, with soft or starched cuffs, soft attached or detached collars. Mer- rcrized madras, percales, etc. Choice Saturday at these unheard of prices: All $1.50 men's shirta 96c All $1.25 men's shirts 89c All $1.00 men's shirts........ 69c All 89c men's shirts 49c Special Sale Toilet Needs 10c bottle peroxide, large size, full strength. CM special Saturday ...**** Talcum powder; the genuine "Air-Float," in alt popular scents; regular loc cans, C« Saturday *·" Vaseline, best quality, guaranteed; large size bottle Saturday for 4c Toilet waters: Violet, Indian Lily. Carnation. Sandal Wood. Lily of the Valley; T5c bottles. Saturday. 15c Toilet Soaps 9c IJ.OflO bars pure, high-grade toilet and bath soaps; Venetian Bath Soap, Auditorium bath and toilet soap and pure Rosaire Glycerine toilet soap. Large size cakes--regular 15c Qg values, Saturday *"* Big Basement Bargains--Saturday 75c Combinets 35c A whole carload of these fine white American porcelain combinets; complete ·with covers and bails. Regular 75c values, 35C Saturday ; .»"" r Galvanized Wash Tubs 45c 0 size tubs for .. 59c 1 size tubs for .. 69c 2 size tubs for .. 29c 39c 49c Toilet Paper 2.000 rolls of high-grade toilet tissue, regular 5c rolls, at Stewart's Saturday, 10 rolls Jelly Glasses 100 dozen jelly glasses, with tin tops, on special Eale Saturday, Iflfi a dozen · "" Mason-Ball Jars Pint size jar;. a dozen % gal. jars. a dozen $1.50 Mops 98c 50c Can of Oil Free The best cleaning and polishing mop OD the market --a regular 81.50 value. Saturday a mop and a SOc can of oil, all for EWSPAPERl

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