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ouse [nd Wife I Itj l-ii I N A A l l H U H -. when aha dnrl;c(l and w s f r . He n ··· f u r v i ; L i l hn will Itt-r m Blast · ·'''TMj'^i f i tit I'uriHi'A ^ttnnll'" t n a n inilsi hi(i mind ·y. Thi," trenicmlou* · t K e l l y Butt, penal i« nnn of (lynamil*. Hiis slant i* it Tourney v Aii»nil« r i tournarncnt, group of |ule ^olfpTSi ncUntc · :I, with Bei-nic* Wftll Photo.. A 24-HOUR NEWSPAPER Becatur Herat b THE WEATHER: o Decatur, Illinois. T H U R S D A Y E V E N I N G October 16, 1930, * * THREE CENTS FOUND [HROAT SLASHED J^M N. Cox, Subpenacd BeWfl Senate Body, Near Death «1 THOUGHT-FRIEND" Police Investigate Report of Scuffle Before Stabbing I. P. L Submits New Transportation Plan ,!,,, I [IS. The itnl!ln; (if C»K, 3iilli'H' l(v 'l wnii' 1 !" 1 « jijH 1 liwitlfli: l f " pain-n fimrh tin-.--lli'iiiiii it** i**" 1 'infiii;: u l ir) In W" hotel t I nlffhl, Ijollee iNin^'d h'* COX. 1ti-"lil(nt (if the rlmi* eoivllMnn "t " ''"-"I 1 ' ihrotit had lw*n em w l i b n iinu in have ti-iUfli-d t o(l(ii' of rjmil '"r thi- Diivlscm prtnintv ciinili'ilKti «f ''"id"" S l ' J I t l t l i l ' l l l l lend. \Vidnosi1ay "'I l l s Supreme Court Overrules Lyle On Gang Bonds illl I, mini J-J.",i 1 St'RINGFlELU. Oct. IB. Ills!) hull bunds us oil by Municipal Judj;c J»hn I,vie. Clilenso, to keep "public emnule'i" In the person of. alleged t,-:ini, r .-.t'iH tmil huodlums In pollue jiill :i-llti wet e termed u n const I In- lUmnt by the slate supreme court Iti rcilwtiij,' the bull of Junto* "li'iir" Summon 1 *, ulli-giid vuKrnnt, from $50.0110 to Sft.OOl), The c n u i t to whom the cane won tiMpoaleii (.n 11 iKilieiiB toi pus w t l t held i hut t u t Ion of T..vle wn.i In vlu- I n t l o n if Lite «'iiri»llttitlon In that he m'l the hull nl » hlnti f l f f t i r e for the |iiiti"J,»(i of keepitiK the rnftn In jitll Intend f)f nliuwtnj; him to put ii| surildMU fti'i-urlfy to rt.stiuie hip lirt'Menc* at n Irhil on the chtirgt of vtigrtMvy, ABDUCTORS'HUNTED IN KANSAS CITY Routes Cars and Buses Will Follow A ^ 1 ," Ihtil* K" 1 "! 1 " r l l l l ) l l l ( ' « r(1 ' lil1 " " ! " t ! pnlUlrfetui Vfvtr III W.H tmtrl I l l ) W«Ji"""ll'V ti'iiht vhrii Cut fti'iUi'd | rcnmik, MVIHII'IK c i i n l i l l i i i i l i ' i i s l" itif Hull i-iini|i'ilKU C(W W ' « f l ' I I I N l lit 111!* I I K H I l S l H l l My n i l i l n ' H l i t . nni-imsi-li'ii!" f t m i i Hoodlum Identified; Scene of Search Shifts; To Missouri Cily hh Ihioat "I MiniiKlit h' 1 w-tH niv fvli-nd." f!"* ««. nl[ 10 hiivc iciimiki'i) «" '"' »'«· hflnj; cntrlf'l timii tln fnx, tulil iictifi- Tli «9i no (-(.itni'dlon Ijciwfi'ii nn ««· Hntdt on turn ultli « Kulf" I" « ""l»l heir Utl tiltiht, mul hi* ^-hciltil.'d »n|,Minrn-i' *·* ti witni"--" nt the cii- «p IMIII ifi In" fiini wild )»· finer iinhln-il tn- Sum . Mi-nil mill '-inn (IrlitKltiy pitriy In 111" j u n l i t I,ciikf wtm (""I iif i 11 gii|»"lnif »f p d l l l r n t tai tclcolion' 1 c''iii|nt'V li ' m v fMfnilii 1"f« t'i" ""'in w n i inlni! l i f i n l r t '''" " fi I'- tni; fiat wni i n ' i i l l o i i i ' d In f i . i ' Shi r- nd (full'" (,'iMt,,ir II liiJitliii.'''!. !n litllminv li'-fiMi- l l u - N'-L'I- r o i r i i i i l t l ' - e IVwIn-'xIitv i" l n i i i r i L T w l l h lir.-nllpy Vc(Htttil-i, Cflilliimi-. Tctm.. illiluiric'l nnipfllmi f i i m l H In I ' m l i o n r o t i r u y Slinnifl di'illnl. l i ( w f * - ' - l . N i r v Wf- I'll I Ivi-ly i r i n t l i r l ' - d V i l l l I In- l U l l l Mu.. Oft. 16 for Ltio swiirlliv Hbdvu-toi- of! Mii. Alum McKlnley ulilflcd to Kan-| sum t ' l t y , Thiu'iidiiy, n» growl tip d - n t ? wi-re fi'-U thivl he mny nlso huvu hlil-i luiin-tl li'K-d Hcn»Uln. Cedar county Hi-niltln luMt wn» feen It-uvlnr: Jerl-1 chu SprlngM for O i c e n f i c l d lute Ttiet-i (Iny. uml tali uiilnmoblle wn» f o u n d 1 luddi-n in n eliutiii (if tree* near the |nil wlu-io Mrs. MfKlnk-y. an expee- t u t i l mother, WBW rcleftaed n f l e r (lie ItldmilMT hint In-Ill her prisoner for it; h mi«, Severn) pun-ii-i which hnd bi-en TM i H i l n i ; t h i o i i j t l i o u t Iliiii section of t h ? striti- tut the Itlilnapcr nlKin- nfti-Miotin. M n HciiKin Wilson tiiiilhi-r (it Mrs M r K i n l c y . lilr-ntlfleil |)lcMirr)t itf a Krnmtis {'My K n n f i s t e r tM i t i * m:in v,ho entered her f n i m 'hi-mii' Mutidny nlpht and forced Mrs M i - K l n k v to lenvi- w i t h hlni. relens- ' ins; li'-i I'liH n i t e r she piomised to rnn.iorn money for n l ^ -mi I" t i ' i v r «ii"-(ir M Tll«l«il'i Hi' ' n l l t l l M v i l In- h l l i l InllcFtl m i l l f'ii i ' - ' i l v I 1 " 11 n l x l i ' 1 " lt iiiil h" wni ill n n n t h t ' i l o c n t M Hi" tlmp tiw H i n c w 1- xniii in lutM- oc fm r«l. Milli:il£ern Tt'itlftc* Mnvt'iin ciiiinH' tii'iioii'er-" of l i ' Hints Dictator For Germany If Plans Declined hncn Hull tiitf ! t.iod d-ui ol Hull X n i l i v l l l o d In til" rdiinli OBI- vri'itnii if Biwllnjf, H-;I« tli'il I l l M l U t II i K'l I Hint Cin 1 N, Oei, IB - · Rhnnrellor Hni-ninE delivered his til- 1 i t i n i s i ' n m (o n ri-stlesd nnrt t car and bus lines are consolidated Into six divisions to the term* of the IrnnspotUvlion plan proptosecJ by, the Illinois Power Liuht corporation. The revived transportation p l n n Ins been approved in effeci by the city council. The company will seek Illinois Commerce commission approval of the proposal within « few ddys. The broken linen indicate ihe proposed bus routes, the solid lines the slrect railway routes. Under the proposed plan three roul« would be abnndoiled. f The new division* are numbered on th« map for identification as follows: I--Van Dyke and Jasper street bus tin*. 2--Dccalur and Morgtin street bus line. 3--Edward and Clay street bus line, ·4--Franklin street and Riverside bus line. 5--Fldorado find West .Main street car line. 6--Water slrect cur Six Divisions Created, Three Abandoned Under Engineers' Prosposal TRANS-ATLANTIC FUERS PROPOSE RETURN FLIGHT il\n Uwttft Pfftt.i LONDON, Oct. lS.-Cop1. J Errot Boyd »nd IJeui. Harry Connor inlcnd to fly thn monoplane Columbia from Croynon or Haldonnt), Ireland, to Noith America In Novmli+r. Boyd fold inn United Pr«M Thursday. JJoyd illd no appear nt nil roti- eernod about the danger« if on RUM Ifl Went crowing; N f i - m lh.' year, when weather eondliions are likely t« *dd (really to thi JIBK- nrd» of (he fllKhl. Boyd *uid It wan likely that ttn; Columbia would take off from K.ildonnel iilrdionie, outnlde Dublin, ufler flying to Ireland from Craydon. Consolidation of Non*Pt? ing Line* Provided For In System GIVE THROUGH SERVICE REVENGE PLOT ON INFORMER BARED Chicago Judge Criticizes Police Department's Methods Six n«tw «(r«t railway btn division* nre created three are »b«.ndoned irt · plan for an improved Deculur tr»n«- porlotion ·yntem, tubmilted by the Illtnotii Power A; Litjht cor- pornlion to (he Illinois Com- mere* Comntlmdw Thiiwlny with an upplleatlon for p«inilufdon In In- Htitute the plan. It In expucled ihnl a heni'ln^ W IH IM net. In 10 Jnyn ut which r*pr«*on latlven of the city and the Company will ippcur, If thr« «r« no objection* lo ihi plui), n in, boped by th* company t h n t U e«n be. put In t«rv iff cully In November. The plan ban been approved by lh« city council nnd thit mayor 1 * tr*nr^ initiation coittmltiee, ot **lch T, C, Biii-wll Is chairman. CHICAGO, 0«. J6.-Evld«nr* ih»t tht Imnditd who roUhf) Mn. WIM T!i« HIJW- division* «r« »sfh a «mm* binnifon of pw« of l*o or mort «( ih* old dkj*ion* *nd th« addition of new wrrdory to bun «*rvi*» In line. GUARDSMEN t h e iii id b*tvi!f ·ii.lie e n p l i f l l 100S11 |)OWrr (tie H u l l nnqinnv ( u n l t l l x i l i n r i I i Imti, H r i f i n l In l l u ssid to i i m i i i n n i r l'i o'hinj l i i i i i i i i l i , i i i iv l i ' f l The | i i i i n i i i iin (if .-n was luiil l'i l l n M tpH|i[uiiu1;. it, i'imi'- in- i i i r . - t i i l l i i j ; t i n - ·( s i i l i l l l i . i t (V"( *' ilnni 1 In iln- H H . I I I REBELS CAPTURF, PART OF BAH1A U'llli Hie t h i ml nt n dleliitorfthip u m l c r tin- firm tioniJ of President Paul von U l n d e n b u r K In Iho bnck- j i t n i t m l . tJrtienlnfr oitttniei! the (fov- ornmcnl'* pltin for restortns order m I f i c n n t t o n ' f ) hiiwInpH" a n d tlt-n|itlf llic lirownt wuw of urn-cut, .·mil of i - u n l i f i n l D K ii |if-ncifnl (mil n u i s t i n i - l l v i - [iiillry In [utdgn relw- 1 1 titi". l i u i i i p M l r «nd rori'lcn U-wuet sluirnl '" '»" rhu^Hoi-H l.r^lv,^. At , the s t r i k e Involvlnc more l|,lnym,-nt n m l lifiivn'r I n x u l l o i i 1r'~ '-..nh'd B rni'p d l f f l r - u l l i ^ . A h i r m J , j t l i i - i;ovi'rntutnt fuci-il the nccwi-»lly |iif inoHltit; II H ti'|jnr»ljonst nnt n i h c t oh I Is; n llnni /i K"I n" I I" 11 l-'nacW d"- r.i'itiil fot i t ' i i u n r l n l l n n of the Voutifr .soiiri Town Sees Exodus of Entire Negro Population I I I ? I r u l M l /'r. 1.1 I ST r . K N K V t K V H , Mo. Oct.1« I'nr- w e i c ilci'iucil iintH'ijvHsaiy in Sle. f i e n c v l v v c Ttitu^d:iv, tittil i|iui-l |ir»- vulk'il nt;uiri at'lir u mules of fUirt- npa that I(iniillt'll in till; nlsiylnj; kf ^ ^ _ _ two tutu unit t-xoiiui uf ii: «tiltr»l|] W ',,rri,. ea here (h';it Blizzard Crashes Flier, Killed; Rockies Shiver f Haitttt J CHEYENNE, Wyo.. Oct. 1C r.leut. William Cnldwell, u r m y aviator, was killed when Ills plan" ri'dHlicil m-ni Looliont. W j o , t l u r l n s f t liltafiid W«Unttsduy. the (Jlu-yeiinp otlli-p of lh« Hofinttg A i r Transport u i x n g i d l i y win Infoniifil 'rinirsday, K. W. Mt-sldmcn, pilot of I hi 1 eoni- jiany's weal bound plnnc, rc|)[)itcd to Arm lo Gain Knliro Struirylcs 1 of l-ii iti-nl ni; r l f i i t l v l i l n l c d t t i n t irovi'innn-nt wft-i prcpiu-cd to I n MrutlK illclal'iilul liM-Hiu I ' d j i f W l l h t i l " C t l « l 3 lln- In 1BURDING GROUP NAMES CICERO MAN PRESIDENT I I I \ o l u l n . l l , l l \ l l c l H l l | l l l l l t l ' I S cit ' l i n n - i l l ^ t h i n nil of tin|i It t f Hi-. S l i ' l i ol ( l , l h l ! l 'i n i l , . I I , , I i l ,U i . f I In- In ' 1 - 1 r f · t i ('. in Intnl. u (ill (lie i (liilH Mlllil-. Ill-Mil"* - - l . l l i 1 t i ' i i i , -d.n ( ' r i j i l u i i - u f » t - u i . i t.l i o n * i , l l l , i l i ' I . , . ,, , H 1 , , . i , , t; u , i , , , j t t i , THE WEATHER t WV l/im I L L I N O I S - anil iiuti-li nil()ir ivllli 1C trill |ii-rii t u n - In 1ln |iirtliin, I'fulmU!^ r u i n In twHiiii tonti'lu. 'rnmnrron Ken* f i'ij tulr unit t-iiliU-r In tin'"N ami iniitli porllniKi, MK'AT. TKMI'KKATI'ltKS ' t- "i. yoiHetdiiy 6'.' nUffti-sl yeslfiMny TO ','· 1). (oddv til '-"»·»[ t«dliy 8l)ri i / f v I , r,,J /',, · i Kl{I'll'PORT, Out. l«--Friink J [ V i m , of 1 lct-lu, · l - ( - i i , l t'H'tiileni uf Hi'- Rul hi lux .\ ; s d i - r i l l n i i I..-,'KIIV nC lllitinl.t tit !!·· .oiiiiii.it rtscciiiii;. O l l i f r officers I .|i« I'll vi.-p- K. O Si'lineldei, of ;\'inlcil[!c. H t j l \'lce-p t e « Id enl: N i r l i n i n g ,liilin.-"'ti 'if l l n t a v ' l n . t t e a n !,ni-, nsnl W i i i ' l H. W h l t l o r K . S|iini';:irl(t. of I n t l l r n l l c m i th it I'c'i'i.i w-diilfl lie select^ 1 si- til'- |ilnOe (it next yt-fli 1 '' mi-etlnj: Aged Man Discovered Dead In Incinerator l.O.-i CKI.KS. )i-t. Iti.-Thc limly of J"hn Kin-inn, Til. ffilhui o f j a m ) .[(iliiiny H i u i i i t i , motion plcUtro player, wan finnul bitrncil aliuosl boyoml ii't-oxnltion and trtininiiHl In an It'- i-lneriittir Tlnirsdny. The discovery was imiue. an hoiti n f t c r riarron li-ft hit home to open his scrvlec sditlott in the rear ot wlikh l« Ille I n c l n c r n t i n ' , Police dalrt Hie rlrrtiinstntirefl Indi- niled t h a t H n r u m ··ilhev wns m m - rt"red or was the victim nt a welid accident. nisyro posmlulloti dull! tin: l»wn Two (.'onipniiiTM 'if Ntitlonul fiititidfiiiicn V-L-M: sftit n w a y WeOnes Jay n i e l l i , n i l c t fli'i! 'ttien {i;iitl-];iiit|i-iii In inolj n e t l v U i M llncil orid SE'dli'nci't! t« jasl. uml Mje| ]-f-1 r e n i n l n i i i K N i " j r n rt-Hldertl fled The fines inn} «enlen-r(t v i n e f-tia- 111'nd cil, bct;;i!i Sisnilay n f l e r Hiiec one ii vt(iin:in, loblied (wn w h i l e nu-n, Islllcil ini- of Ihrrti und I h i c i v tins n t l i c i ' l u l u Hie Mlsslasllipl l i v e r l i f t e r f i i l i i l l v w i i i i n i l l i i R h i m All Ni'urucH i'X'i'[i1 tw'n, I.oinsi I'.l- lnaii, tl mail i-iiitli-i 1 uml hist bmlher, Wtii 1 diK'i'ii oiil i'f the t u w n tliul til»hL. Tin; ilollnK dl.-il down Mdndny, liut liev,iin u in"* 1 urif TucMliiy, u f t e r th' : wu " second I'ohbeiy v l M l m dii'd. A mBli fornu-d I lien lo lync-li Rihean only NcjjtiK-ji tivalliilili-. Ordi'r reitoted q u i c k l y n f l i v t h e left tfi'.vn Find I l i e fiu- w h i l e we re fm"d. Health Officer's Holtl Two Day Annual Meet l / t U I ' nlril I'iril I [,,[·, Oe.t. 16 -Health from nil p u t t s of th.e state Kiittu-red here Thurartay lo altend a two-ilny session of Ihe finnlinl IMI- nolw l l r n l l h OfDcera' conference, Jtr. J. A McLntiRhMn, SUI-RHHI, Slnlet I'ulille I f e n l l h service, )lr W. K. Klnjt, stale health for Indiana, and others 3|)olti- on v u i l o u d aubJfctH Tliitisdoy. U« ornfi. Hie »pol. saw thr wreckage of Lieut, nnd i i l i c l i n f c low over llift lioriy Htlll In It, W I N T K K HRIl'S ROCK IKS til)) llatln! J ' ) , " i , i DENVER, I'ol.. Oct. 16 winds, utioiv ;ind t.\?-l piwe llu- entire Rocky Mountain leplnn Its flral real t(iit(j or w i n t e r toilny, crl)|ik'd t r a f f i c on land and In thn wlr, und senl Ihe (cnipui'Htui'i' It) imitiy cllli« (.o bclnw (it'CKiiij; The f-nfiw. clmni'it I n i o n lillju'iml In many HI-I-HDIDI. swirlcil iici-ims M u n t a u u , Wyonilna, Colomtlo, Idaho as utid t'liih, In it fi-ll, bill iron: Htrcctst wllli u ilnngeruii-i ley ctinllnK. At Helena and Mlls-.i City. Mont. H mt'ltiHl uyuiji the Hloun down (o 12 riesreCH below ID Wyonitnff, ixl.to, i he di oppert below freev.ltij; and the florin down FHOMPSON DISCHARGES BARRETT ^VMPATHIZER Political Obscvvc.vs Sec Announcement of Big Bill's Candidacy had atitnnplcd revenue on » polk ft Informer worktnii; on the .···« wan mad* pitblk Thitrnday wllh the ni- rent of four gannxtcr «un|H'cU, iwhtl*, .lud«« John H. Lyl- ed the imllri! dnparluienl for ih« mcLhOik titled in ItiveKtlRBlIni,' th« inhlwry. H* declnrnd Ihe pollen were "too anxioni to Identify ftnm BettanllB, (he nnl)' "impect Iri the rohbery arrented «o far, Polk* Coniit)lnsl)n«r John Aleoclt th* life of Walt«r Cram, 23 yearn nM jxillce Informant, who hegiiii Hiding in the osni! when h* overheard Diamond Improves As Police Search For Thug-Allies of i', i'»rrylnn; with U the of ii Pyihlan Hnm» line, thn ttowlnjt popttlaiion of Ih* eity, Inci-naKlnn trnfflft problemn in tlifi City and ft 3!x\r! lo (tlvt herrer commoniturnle with onrftlBBi', «* lh« (*e*ori» ri- the new It 1)0* bi?en niiblnitted e f l n r D rnr#. fit! Ml-Vey of tr:lfri« nwdd of Hren. t u r , by coii)|)e|ent enft)neer, wh^jt* «tttdl«« Involvnd chee-ltlng of ti-nvl -on fach line, lb« trannfei-*, lh« ter- rliory nervej, und InveMiBntlnii: »v« ei-y pha«« *nterlny Into rinnM*MllAh of Bdequnte. locti] fa- New The fix n'w I II Vint nit* d-Cluy. raced .ID /inioiisly It forced (.'HI s. h vln Wuixh ing nnd Citlilwi-ll, i i t t n y ' filer's who wet* Kpocillnj; iici-us:! the continent e n r t y l n i f cujjli 1 '! of the ,la]inneu nitl- Tk'utlon ot ihe l.inulon HIIVH] Irunly \\'oi)diliiK 1,-inili-i! :;;ifi'ly In C'liey- i'nn! di'sph t h e hUirm, but wus killed. I'ooutdlo, Tduho. uml Salt City reportinl SIM. which rapidly wn,i liirnltiji into now. nnd oilier sft'tloiiH iveiT feellnii Ihe effi-ets of I h o slonii la vnryinK (Kerens ot Intensity, In niosl n-irtu ef the rerslon t h i s wns Ihe fli-it snow of t h e season. KXI'KCT SNOW AT f'lllCAGO tif^ r ' n t i n t l-i^\^ i CHir.'Add, Uci, Hi II'IH-OCUM!4 thai r j i l n l ' u l l In I'hli'umi wonkl lj- fwiloweil tjy snow wen 1 1ms ne nut in p:itt curly todny when n lljdil, but chllllnu. rain beh'un. The wi'iilhc'i- burenii NBW YORK. 0*1. K. J»ek Pi*nion!, rueketeer.who wnmhiiiithl fmitlly wounded *1i*n ownllBnic pittflt him four timed R n n d n y morntnc, w i l l w»n iiilvc Thursday, nni( even nho»-»d »((m» of imju-ovcnient. Polle* Ctnnntit:elottt»t' Bdwiirrt P. Mulrooney snld hr kn«w Om nam^ of ihi-M of i!i« four men who vWivd Dismnnd at the Montlccllo hotel Krl- (lny nlghi, Miitroon*}* iwll^vw two of men were thi- one* who r*- WHIT Sireoi Rnttwny, Eldoraon-W^l H n l n The ihr*e to hi Pythian Horn* Railway. ))i*pot 0triit Rnllwuy. Kftli *·!««· Park Hue. Van DyM-.Tidtpei- rtivlcfons In wd'-r to wivk* t h i n torrltory »de(|ii.ite|y and lo glvn wv(tf (0 th» nnw territory whteh h»!id^V»lop»rt l« tlie vicinity of Oalttund riven uo ind \Volnul mreet. nni4 nlno p.1t th« *it* of th* propound n*w Illfnoj* Terml- nnl ntBiion nt M n r i e t t n rtM V»n Dyhi*. it fit pioiWMwd ihnt the Monroe b«» be jftl* E',l,(rJ I'ttM 1 CHICAGO. Oct. 18,-.lotiti A. ka's rcitlnmillon an cons ml us loner of rt mpen»...«. by i^tt^^r M-yor ^^ ^ } ^ (ml ^ ^ Ihanipaon was nctfuid. jj,.,,,,,.,,, ,,.,,,,, tl]r ,,,nt that police In Clilcujju iiullllc.il eli-L-les Tlitir?- w p ) ( s(! ]ir,,h|nK for Irvlnrj Wexli-i 1 , ,_,- ai an unoffii'lnl rinnotinocrnent' n )liis \V;ix|x 'Joidon, who I* iilletteo TliumjiMO would t)e a --anillibte f o i , i. 0 (, r a niemlter of th« (tmtlp which j-enoiiilnulloi) In 1331. "II look,-! like I he mayor not only hus anntntnci'il his own cnndiilm-y, but tn dolnn co luis iinnoimre,! mine us well," snld Churles V, Hnrieu. n\\tf Hie ctlv'n ll(lcll liquor t m f f l f i a (troup to which Dlnmoml bi- Ion Kid. Hobeitii, the 7nfeW V«tl- |ir«dlcli-il tlitil ntiil Ihi- III.- (.·miicnidii-c icyion would iticntiRh Koi-'Ry Motmliilti lieiv oy tonight. Lewis 9 Policies "Un-American" And "Dangerous" Ruth Declares WANTS mroitrK . HOLLYWOOD, Oal,, Oct. 1B.~ Oloim Kwiinson, screen slar. will osk fov :i divorce soon, chiliylni; the Mm 1411 IK dp In Falalse ric la CIMI- w i t h de.iertlmi, h*i' trtc-nds- heiri HHid TJuii-wlHy, II wai i n l i n i n t i « i thtit Ihe aelloff prohably would be sliottly. ' ill,; r-jnFi.1 ClV" ) (JHICAOO, Oct. 16-Jam*s Kitnili- ton l-ewta' "non-en force merit a t i l - tutlo t n w n t d prohibition la hoth un- nerlcdn nnd ilanserona," Hulh Huntia MeCoi-ttllck, Rrpubllean spn- j i l a l nominee, sakl in u nullo »d- dresn Wednesday evening. M I B , McOorniluk staid Hint Uwls was nr»l a biillevcr In Ihe oilvociitcd principles and polJclos uf Washing- Ion, Monroe. Jpffcrson, Jackson, Lincoln, Cleveland antl Roonevelt. us the Democrals have aMserleJ, Some of these former presidents, Mrs. McCormlrh «atd. had advocated no enlnnR-llnjf alllan,c«n with fnrclt;n nations, while the real, likr Mnroln, ware for «olldarliy In live union. Lewis, on the oil her hnnri. the Republican nomine* chaiged, favor* tn« of ih« Ixinrd of review, in Pelkn's i enijcnat Ion, The cfinimtwloner of compensation was asked liy 'rhompuon to return beciuiste the mayor hail heard Pelka was an officer In a ''[jntTell for mayor" i-ltili, existence of whti-h I'el- l!l llollll'd. It bus Iweii taiowti f«f nonie linn t h u t t h i - i u wuc an open Im-nk bit- tweet) Tlial»|).ion and Jiurn-ti. who Helth foimorly w(rt! jioliik-nl allli-p. 11 will- HirniiKli ritinclt thai j'ejka obtulneil )I!H npiMiintinent f i u m the riniyor. ty, whn wn* wlih ninnioml jurt prior to iho nhoottnc. Is H«ld to h«v* told that n "Mnx" or "Music" iron one of thone nt the Ki |,l«j- Ii1«ht eon- re.rence. niERSETSNEW WOMEN'S RECORD », 1 aitxl AUAIX tHl' I'ltflfll f'tfi* 1 ANOKMW. O«l. Arbwklt. onee fnmoiis a* henvle«( cotnetilan, w:-f today an the rt»ult of it (inpeiior ciHirt oixtor grunting « f l n n i deeree of divorce lo Doris Denn* Ar Oct. 16 rJi-IHi-h - Mi s. i fll*r Miller, noted n new * continental [ll|;lii record for wotin-;* whe,) «he Inmleil from New Vorli ftt in;Sn a. ni. Thmil»y. Th* proponed roitu lor Ih* V»n ryke-Jnit|i«r dh-Won would b*: BoginiilDu Ht the present term In il of tht! Jtit)ier Klreel Jlvislrtu ftt Cuntlll ami North Tweni liliwt. went on Comlil to «)Uth 10 I'l'iitlte, west, lo Kticel, Koiilh on Frnnhlln to Butt Main, went lo Ui« Tmn*f*r Hoitn«, pa hi the Ti-miKfer J(oin« lo Churoh KlreM, north l KMorndo, we« W VBII Dyke, north to it rand Avenn*. we^l (o Wolnut Mreet, tiorth tfl Ornnd Avenue-. reiiirnlriK from this point ov«r th nime roin', tl I* proposed ti o))er^»l^ four bnmsi" on a IB itilnut* hMdwsy, with one, hour o the, round trip, fnr it Iwitr dny. Two tripper would be required on thin briweeii t:30 nnA 4:30 o'clock ». mul ma nml t:1IS p, tn. In linn ihl*iitvlti1nn,i'*(!«(ijnl- In UUen of the plnnn of *· OH tmit« it) the wnrld eoiit-f. nnd seeks to Uie middle west towiird thi! ctm on ( h e t a r i f f qtietitloti. Reterrlns to I^wis' slnnd on prohibition. Ills opponent snUt: "He Is runnlne on n p l a l f u n n which provides (hat (he JSlBbtcenlli AnietKl- ment may bis nullified and violated whllf Ihe effort." In repeal It (ire h»- IIIB made. T can t l t l n k ot no more ttn-Amerlran proposn) t h n n I h n t . OKMK.S CIIAKGK itt|i t/Hllril I'rt**,) DANVILLE, Oct. Ifl.-Rutli Hunnrt McCornitcK's remnrlt that her Democratic opponent In the Illinois senatorial race. Janico Hamilton Lewis, hud no regard for the constitution, was letid from n fpcerh w r i t t e n hy IIPi- ejtrwrn ivhlrh she. did not unilrr- Lewis charged in an sj'drws ' J Plane Crashes; Two School Boys Killed ,«,, r«1lr.t t'trtt I I*ORTHRVlLI.li, Oil,, Oct. )*,-^ Two htRli nehool hnyn were hlllnd iiw-hli'. fllrii ai-tre.i«.'T)I« conpla w«*'Thiirwl*y w'hen ft (mv «\'lnBcd monoplane fnlled to eome oul of a v*HI- CM) bnrih «nd ewcbM Jiml north of here. The pftonein)i«r, liellevcd to be Waile Moirls, wrtis hilled ln*i»nil,v. The pilot anl owner, Grayilon Ww- ley Jes»uB, died hi n hoopllal nhoH- ly aflcr the cracl:. Today's Evening Herald Feature Index mnrrled In 192li Ill Mi I^RDNKIt wrtien ft ithon Monmphy of r,r»nil*nd Itlri».-Pft« IS, KU»V KKIIIt prove* a loynl fi-iViUt In t u n utory (ivlny on WANT A HAIR CUT? TAKE A BUSHEL OF WHEAT TO SPARTA SPARTA, "Mich.. Oc-t, !«.- fturharn of t h i n vlllflite wrt uc- i-epllnK ftruln an Icgul Under for haircuts. For n bUBhsl or wheat, farmer* (IK given a haircut and S8 cent* change. This partial rccorc)llmlor of the wheat mirpluB and money HhorliiRe. vrsp recwtty proponed by * Kent county farm#r wllh ' hslr fln(] n Owner's Home Wrecked By Blast I « J ) I H . I . . I flftt I DANVILLE. V«,, Oct. W.-The toi»« of Jem- W«ni*, mtll ov«r**«r, wan dynamited Thvirwlsy--the flrrt m«jor vlol*ric« In In* mrlk« here ,,f 4,000 employei! ot two colton mtll*. Police believed (he dynamic WKK hurled Hi the house from an flutomn hlle. The pnreh v.-»* «-)erUM «nd «'lmJo«-(i wtr* *b*ti«r«4. Non* wne Injtired. n«wn wining won »· tn Ihe *!oi"y op pn«« 14, NHRIil.OCK H O L M E * . In which the mild encoiinim A utrangfr ·hf neenin v»»-y nerv- oiw, Pagt n, IINCttt WlfUtlLV pnlli*f»»t line on llt'd Vm, Pn«* M. , ANfllXLO PATHI myt to R(v« th* child xome rwt-- the lutughiy child may probnbly bo vwy Ilrcd Pn«* 11, Wli, fAMKH BAKTON wtrni that nbdomlnnl pftln mfty b« ap* p*nllcittrt, »nd H»y« tt in ·Jwftj'i wluft to be nut*. |'«R« 11. KKSi!,Kn i-ef reshe yotir nnsm- ory Of Opte Redd In h|* ex of 'K yeant «eo lodty li, 1

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