The Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois on July 10, 1914 · Page 9
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The Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois · Page 9

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I Friday Evening, July 10,1914. T H E D E C A T U R R E V I E W Nine ^ Uneeda Biscuit Tempt the appetite, please the taste and nourish the body. Crisp, clean and fresh-5 cents in the moisture- proof package. Baronet Biscuit Round, thin, tender-with a delightful flavor -- a p p r o p r i a t e for luncheon, tea and dinner, xo cents. ZuZu Prince of appetizers. Makes daily trips from Ginger-Snap Land to ·waiting mouths everywhere. Say Zu Zu to the grocer man, 5 cents. Bay bitcait baited by NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY Always look for that name Said Henry Yanda to Wife --Wa* Electrocuted. WAS GOING ON VISIT but life could not be restored Mr. Tanfla wa,e born In Glencarbon. 111.. July 15, 1866, and was forty-eight years old. The family moved here from Bdwardsvllle about ten months ago and Mr. Yanda had been employed In the I. T. S. shops as a carpenter since that time. He was a good workman and popular. He Is survived by his widow, one son, Thomas, and three daughters, Mrs. Julia. Manes, I/lllie and Alice Yanda, and one granddaughter, May Manes, all of 1028 North Clinton street. A brother, William Yanda. lives at Glencarbon, 111. ECZEMA ON FACE Cured With Saxo Salve Prof. Alters School of Music.New York City.--"Since last September my faco ·nd bead have been covered with pimplea end crusts of eczema. So-called specialists, doctors and advertised skin remedies failed to help me By the use of Saxo Salve my face is now clear and smooth ·nd I feel it my duty to tell others who ·ufferasldid."--Prof. HENRY ALBERS. If we can't cure your skin trouble with oar Saxo Saive and Saxo Soap we Will buy back the empty tube. | XUU U A r t .Htrnnic. DniKVl M l. Drcntnr. III. When News of Husband's Death Arrived. "Since you are going away on a visit tomorrow, I want to buy you a new dress so you'll look as nice as anybody." These were the last words spoken by Henry Yanda, who lived at 1028 North Clinton street, as he left Thursday morning- to go to his work aa a carpenter at the Illinois Traction System shop Mrs. Yanda never heard her husband speak again. He was electrocuted Thursdav afternoon at 3 o'clock when he stepped Into the trolley connection on the top of a car at the shops, GOING ON VISIT. Mrs Yanda went about her work ·with a song on her lips She was going away for a ilsit tomorrow and her husband had promised her a new dress Love had not grown cold despite many years of hardships together and the responsibility of raising a large family on small wages. Her husband still wanted her to lie dressed nice like other women and now she was going to get a few days rest and visit her folks. "Your husband s dead," said a neighborhood physician who hurried out to her house when he had been told the news from the shop "Dead"' moaned the wife. "Oh, It can't be." "Daddy dead?" sobbed the three daughters "What's the matter w i t h gran'pa?" asked the little baby granddaughter. CALLED FOR BROTHER One of the girls ran to a nearby grocery store. "Wont \ on plense call the Wabash shops and a=k them to te'.l my brother, Thomas Yanda. to come home, that his f a t h e r s dead*" bhe begged But It nj.3 j u s t a f t = r 1 o'clock by this time iiul Thomas Y a n d a had already left the shops He came stepping bri^kU home, glad that a hard das'8 work M a s done He was met at the door by one of his sisters. "PTtlcly's dPacl " Ho stopped, stiffened in his tracks his hP?d and shoulders chopped and ho went slowly into the house Only the mother broke down She begged to be taken to her husband's bodv. hut the doctor thought It was not best. The body was brought to the house about 5 o'clock and taken directly to -the Tirlntllnger undertaking rooms arid prepared for burial Coroner Brlntllnt^er hrlrl the Inquest this morninff at 9 o flick, nnd a verfllrt was returned that d e a t h ' w a * accidental. KFARLY KNOCKED OFF. George Albietz, a fclloiv workman, was the only witness to the accident He was on the car at the time and received a shook when he prabbed Yanda, w h o was knocked almost off the car. Ynnrta received the full charge of a 600 \ o l t a g e wire leading into the shops Medical aid was immediately summoned as was also the lungmotor. The lung- motnr ^as worked for almost an hour JULY CLEARANCE SALE bd 13 5 o o ·H FREE Present this "ad" at our store, and with a purchase of $10.00 or more we will give you absolutely Free your choice of any Man's Hat or a Lady's Hat valued up to $2.00. FREE COTJfttfG . COM PAHJT M. ' We ctoe at noon Thursday during July and August. Have H Charged. Have It Charged. W. M. S. MEETING AT FAIRVIEW Member* of the Woman's Missionary society at the W««tmln«ter Pre«bytert- church held their meeting Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock In Falrvlew park. Mrs. J. S. Edmundeon leads the devotions. The foreign topic, a re- View for the year Is to be conducted by Hrs. E. Safford. and the home topic, "The Annual Meeting," Is to be led by Mrs. Sarah Wilion. A picnic supper will be served at r o'clock north of the pavilion. Mem- bers of the families and friends will be guests at the supper. SMALL BOYS GET INTO SCHOOL They were turned loose *nd their parents agreed to make good the damage. Ilefon Chief Allen and Parent* Pay Damage*. Four small boys broke into the H. B. Durfee school a few davs ago, pried open some desks and did some damage. Chief Allen had three of them before him Thursday and they confessed. TTiey were too small to lock up, being of the ages of seven, nine and eleven. MRS. C. O. YOUNG RECEIVES $69,854 D. D. Hill has filed his report as appraiser of Inheritance tax In the estate of Charles O Young The total value of the estate was found to be {71,394.73. The debts and costs of administration amounted to $1,5*0. The value of the estate Inherited by Anna Young, the widow, Is $69.854 73, and she will pay l49S.il ,i,lio .t.i .-- tax. Ada J. Bills has been appointed conservator of the estate of Frederick E Geddes, irsane, and filed her bond In the sum of 1800. Irene L. Mue'ler has been appointed executor of the-will of George W Mueller, and filed her bond in the sum of $15,000 The will of S A Luklns was filed for probate Wednesday afternoon and the hearing is set for Aug. 10. The entire estate is left to his wife. Nora A Lukins. and she is njmeil as executrix without bond. Our July SUIT SALE offers AMAZING VALUES No sale we have ever announced has been such a tremendous success as this July clearance of suits. The amazing values, the wonderful assortments, the thoroughly superior quality of everything we offer account for the tremendous quantities of these goods we are selling. If you're wise, you'll see these magnificent qualities at $14.50 and buy tomorrow If you've waited for this sale, as we know dozens and dozens of men have, you'll find something here in these lines of suits, reduced to $14.50, well worth while waiting for. They are mostly regular $20 suits; a few_$18 suits also included in the lot and some that sold at higher prices. A dandy assortment; men's and young men's models in staple worsteds, fancy cassimeres, cheviots, and velours. Conservative or extreme models, whichever you prefer. There are hundreds of suits at this price. A style to please everybody. $15 and $16.50 suits selling at $11.50 You will find some extreme values in these lines which we have reduced to $11.50. They are our regular $15 and $16.50 qualities; men's and young men's models are included. Everything in fancies, all but the plain blue j?1 1 C A serges and blacks *^ J.»UVf Superfine qualities at $19.50; an exceptional value At $19.50 you can buy our high grade Stein-Bloch and Sincerity $25 and $28 suits. These finest of ready-to-wear clothes for men and young men. The complete assortments formerly selling at $25 and $28, are included. Only the blue serges and blacks excepted. Nothing else reserved. * . $30, $32, $35 finest qualities selling at $22.50 The very finest ready-to-wear clothes in Decatur are yours tomorrow at $22.50. Our regular $30, $32, and $35 suits; men's and young men's models; many of them handsomely silk lined; the very finest fabrics; tailoring that cannot be excelled. You cannot imagine finer clothes. $22 50 Tomorrow at · Mothers should see these bargains in boys' clothes tomorrow We have prepared here some very attractive bargains in boys' suits. Mothers should be interested in this opportunity to save. Come in tomorrow and get your choice of the lots while they are at their best. Boys' $2.00 suits are reduced for this July clearance to Boys' $2.50 suits are reduced for this July clearance to Boys' $3.00 suits are reduced for this Julv clearance to $1.60 $1.95 $2.40 Boys' $3.50 suits are reduced for this July clearance to Boys' $4.00 suits are reduced for this July clearance to Boys' $5.00 suits are reduced for this July clearance to $2.80 $3.20 $3.95 Boys' $6.50 suits are reduced for this July clearance to Boys' $8.50 suits are reduced for this July clearance to Boys' $10 and $12.50 suits are reduced for this July clearance to d*K OA tp«/.^VJ I*f! OA VVI.OV Popular Polishes Black, Tan and White IOC SHOE POLISHES THE F. F. DAUEY Co.. LTD., BUFFALO, R Y. HAIin.TON.OHT. NEWSPAPER! NEWSPAPER!

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