Decatur Evening Herald from Decatur, Illinois on October 16, 1930 · Page 2
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Fish and Sea Food Cafe Cafe Service All Fl»h find flea Food l In tod below (In our market) wtil be jtorvrtl In our Cato or cooked to your order und dcHvcred to your home Hot and neatly to Serve. Phono 8334 or call with your oitter. Prompt delivery tit "Your Menl Time. IjObdler dinners that have nuirio a reputation. MARKET Thn finest aatfortment o( Kro^ti and Smokoil Flah nmt Sufi food ovfli 1 In Docatur. F ronh FlHh and Sou FooJ to iix direct from All Fl»h untl Hen Food listed below arc lu ittock. Froth Water Fish Kliirlilit 'r»Pili'. Clilwiwl '»'- rt.li, 'lnut: nlillf I1»li, V\*l. Mtin n«li, tilnciii'. fotumWii IKr- ft ^nlmi}fi, liufttiliN S*» Food I'lMntHtll^, Mnrkrrtit, MiuiolnN Mtvi'tureL. ^nuvf^n, Flhundrr, l l l l -t ITntlili.ik, I'lllft n( 1nl* ttfil .inninifr, VnirU*. Shell Fi»h Ontffd-- llltli' 1'iiliit, H*ltn 1(- IrH, CMrn HI Hint tin I. l:ihiit«ni mill Vruiit (nit re), Mtirlii(. Smoked Pith N1UWOII. Will 1 1' (Ull. "Rube" Bowmnn'i LINCOLN SQUARE FISH MARKET SinthriiNt Corner Miwoln S(j. Phone 8234 for Doliveiry Stage Star Named In Divorce Action iNV tlaltct! JV«« ) DETROIT, Oct, W--Alice Brady, otar nnU daut;htnr of William A. firmly, New York prvducw, 1* named co-rcsivondent In a suit for 1I- voice filed here hy Mrs. Bornlce Mc- Clellnml, Tho jilttliUift unks (i decree from DonnW C. McClellnnil, tn her bill of complaint, she allegcx that Mian Brudy mfttlo trip* tu Bout on, Newport and Philadelphia with her ruts- hand anct entertained him no fra- (Itiently that ho mude the Brady home his mnllinc Stubborn Coughs Ended by Recipe, Mixed at Home litre Id tie famous old icclpe which K ut boiiMwltc* liave inuad to b* th« ntoM dupetMlable m«niiM «(break- ii« up a stubborn, lingirinK CUUK» " UkeH but a moment to prepare flnd rout* little, but it (tivc» real rtlk 1 1 even lur thiirni dreaded cougtui ttiKt I allow aovere cold opldcmieH, From any dnigKirt, net 2% ounivti of Pincx, pour it Into a pint bottle and nil th» b«ttle with plain Krnimlfttiil ,itt*M «yrupor*traiiicnlioney. Thus you make a full pint ut better remedy than you could our rcady-mndu for three tlnleit th« cott. It never tpfliln Mud tastM H KINK! that even ehlldreu like it Not oulf (loci ttila Khtiple mlxtaro xoothe anil lirnl the intlntucd throat wurubfiinci wttli Htirpmfiif mxe, but Nine It It nbuorbwl Into the bliwd, and ucto ilirMtly tiiwn tbe broacblal tube*, i tbim »ldldj{ tht) wholi nynttiti in tlirow- tiu; «Q tike euuKh. It loosens the K*rm- luuuti plilevni nud enwv cbwt auruoeM In a way tuat IH trail]' atitni) lull Ing. I'iwei I* a bfehly rworontrnted com- noiiinl of (ffnuhin Norwnr I'lne, con- tnlnltiK tlia ucttvc niteut ot erennotF, In n rvdaed, pHlatnblv form, Notbinjt knowu la m wile (tic It* more btlpful in ehiea ot dlotrcMiltiK rouKliu, cliost cold*, and bronrnlal trouble. Do not accept a Hubatltutn for 1*1 n«. It In xnnrmitcH tu glru prompt relief or luoucy t«fundtd G O F F Fish Market HW B, Kldotwlo IMtil 73SO \\t linn- A l-iil) l.liif ot (·until t · Mi 40 Fathom Fillets of Haddock »nd Ocean Cntftth Crapple, Yellow Perch. Clscoes, Curp. Chnnnol CnUtsh, Bullhead Cattish, Smelts. Shrimp, and Vi'Bdh. Oysters Poultry, Fries Ib 26c w* "~ News of the Town In Brief TODAY'S MEETINGS Ionic Lodgra No, 312, special meeting, 7 p. m. 1st degree. B, o( R, T., 7:30 Vic and PrIU hall. Owcti Scoll ctinplor No. OM, O K. 8. Lunal No. 41i3, Iron Moullors, Catholic Order Foreatcra No. 207. U, C. T. auxiliary. Of I leer B Roaorve coipa. Jerome R. Gorln chapter, Da Molay Wnbaah lodge No, B33, I, A, M, Thomas G, Johnaon cltclo No. IQfi, adles of G. A. R St. Francis court No, 10, O. IB. S. 20tl) Century division, No. 2fi2, G. A, A. of B, 1C Ii. E. Ptogress lodge No 14, Rubekalia Locnl No H3, Htx! Cairters. Dccalui Pai k board. Starllftht council No. 15C, D. of P. En Anil )odse No, CBS, K. of P, Cocur de Iicon lodgs No, 17, K. of P, wiuimmolr command cry No, 0, K. T. FUNERALS HOLT, Clmrlcs; 1.30 o'clock Sal- uiday nElornoon in Monaon chapel. Tjurltti will bo In Greonwoocl cemetery. RAOSDALB, Eunlle; Service at 1:30 Friday uftrrnonn in Flrat Bap- tlat church. Burial In Union cemetery near Orcona. The body will re- mnln In ,T. J, Mornns Sons until ftfhcrul Univ. MARRIAGE LICENSES I,oran Zlmmcr. 2T, Sprlnfffleld, Mildred Ablxitt, '2H. Springfield. BIRTHS COMBS--Bom to Mr, and Mrs, Ralph Combs, 1T61 Maiyn stieet, Alexandria, La,, Wednesday, Oct. 15, A do tighter. FESL£R--Bi)rn to Mr. and Mra. Olen Pesler, 050 North Hill street, Oct, 16, a daughter. CHURCH NOTES Tmchlnml (lr«nj) HIM Picnic Tho adult Chtistlnn Endeavor so- (.Icty of tho Trueblootl Mcmoriul clmrch enjoyed a wiener roast DM Vtt«n»ln A Knil W* Vltnmln 1 (iHitrHntc^il lo I lie (jniMi A Trn*}HHm fitkl 4,r I'lillnk'n nTMllli A ItninpfnvFin nntnil" COD L1VKK OD fii^itliiH nuttti Vlinnilii A tluw Mlt llw tttttrr nwt ntllk tnu eitu fttntntmt tn UM} h . lillil* j|i|i|illi ,1 P«r 'this T tit Urn a Jiu u iMt-i'niiili -«. C O S T U M E S MASKS AND MAKK-Ul'S Haines Essick Phottfl 137fi Tuesday evening at tbe home of Mr and Mrs. J, T, Blggara near Mt, Zlon Forty-five members wei'o present, A social hour followed the bualnuns meeting, One name wan added to tho membership roll, The next meeting will bo in tho home at Mr. and Mrs, B. P, Frydcngcr, 101G Notth Main street. ChrlHllnii Club Miwtn Seventh ward club of First Christ- Ian cliuich met Wednesday wlLh Mis. Ada Glover, 22 West Drive, Elms, wllh Mrs, J. H, Bowman au- a la tan t hostess. Thirteen members, IL visitor, oml three children woro present. Plans for u hsllowoen purly Oct, 31 In lit home of Mrs. £1. C. Cobb, 445 South Jlaworlh, wore made, uncl new work for the winter was planned. One ni'w in cm her wan RC. ccploil Tho next meeting will be wllh Mrs, A. R. Mullen Nov. ID, Mrs. Clara Gullck serving M uselst- ant hootqas. Sowing ClrcUt To Moot The Sewing elide of 3b Peter'!) A M. K. church will meet Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock In the homo of Mra. William Hnmmonw, 924 North Monroe street. All members nro jifged to ba prewnt. PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McCarthy, 928 East Main atroet Wednesday wont to Detroit to visit the family of their son and for the first time aw the first member of th« thi I'd gcnr-tatton of the family--their grandson. Miss Horvat Sonscnbaujjrh Wednesday left Becatur for West Palm Beach, Fla,, where she \vlll make an extended v)»((. MINNEAPOLIS MAN HELD BY CHINESE Communists Demand Huge Payment Within Two Weeks PEIPING, Oct Id-- Bandit* holding Beit Nelson, of thcUiilladLuth' ernn ntlaalon, prisoner in the province of Hottan increased their demand for ransom to $300,000 Thursday, the highest amount demanded In aim liar cases of kidnaping. Ncbon Is a resident of Minneapolis, Minn The ban Jits act a Urno limit of two weeks for tho payment of ths ransom. Their initial demand was I50,000 t It was reported that Nelson's cnploia worn genuine Com muni sin allied to tho FuUlon bamts who recently decapitated two English women missionaries A tcltcr outlining the tnrtnH of Nelson's tolonso wan signed "The First Red Army." Two American misHlonnt'les sllll are missing In the Full I on area Anifiletm officials nro invuillpating their (ll^npcnrnnee and wllh the hnnrtlts holrtliifj Nelson 4 Great Hartman Bargains THE COXWRL AND OTTOMAN AN EXTRAORDINARY value t Law, luxurious Coxwell, richly upholitered in medallion Jacquard veloutj with convenient matching Ottoman. Notice the long, low lines for comfort, the ·mart button back. The two pieced arc tpecUlty priced at r VUlcill iiiaii.4i4iiK $29 95 HERITAGE RADIO--With Tone Control A BEAUTIFUL piece of furniture, as well as a fine radio! New style console cabinet witb front and sides of handsome burl walnut. Tone control; 3 screen-grid circuit, and dynamic speaker... features offered for the first time at the revolutionary price of 4O · + CHAIR LAMP-3-CANDLE STYLE POPULAR 3-candle itylet adjustable, plated base; matching parchment shade wllh cold band and hand decorated floral J^95 ,4..i.r.. rtnlv ** Very special END TABLE-RICH WALNUT FINISH design. Only. SMARTLY designed, and sited just right for the Chain finished in lustrous walnut; braced. $1 Lfl ftttktr Your DEPARTMENT STORE OF HOME FURNISHINGS HARTMAN A National Institution ... Everything/or the Home 306 North Water Street Store Open Saturday Night . . . Other Eveninii by Appointment · Cenw*iHt Dtftrred Payments--Take up to a Year and a Half to Pay' REGIONAL MEET OF RED GROSS OPENS FRIDAY Delegates From Central Illinois Chapters Will Attend INTERESTING PROGRAM to the Regional confidence o( the American K«d Crois ·wilt begin orrlvlnp; In Bocelur curly Friday morning to ultcnti the till Ouy scuxlon of Instruction and dlnciiKKlon wlilcli will bo conducted here. The conference Includes ilulcgulci from all Ecd Cross organlKatlona In Ccn- tral and Southern niinoin. The rcRlstratlon for the confcruncc will open at 9:30 o'clock Friday morning In tile Halo) Orlando, according to Mn, Inez Bender, Macon county chapter hcatl, who will pro- aid* In the m net Jug. Opini Minting nt in OYlm-k AtldiesH ot welcome will bo al 10 o'clock by Mayor O. W, Smith, and will bo followed by a general rcvlrw of Red Cross nctlvllios during the year by H, P. Kelslter, from the Mll Wewtcrn brunch office of the ortfin- htitlon. Junior Red Cross acllvlLlex will tn JlscusBfd by Wlllinrn Hun in, nuper Intcndont of Dccalur w;hooln. Public health nuralnfi will be the nubjeut of Mm E, K. Kliitllo, Vlrdcn; nncl Mlaa Olive M. Young, head o( home oco nomictt (leparttuenL In Jamen Mllllkln university, IMiwiiifM Ufe Life attvlnu and first aid will be dlacuMecl by Mrs. Robert ilcDougal, Jr., Peorla. This dl«c\)salon will be followed by the muln uddreua of the to bo given by Doug-las Grlesc- mer, national director of roll cell and public Information. James T, Nicholson, manager of the Chicago chapter, will apeak In the luncheon meeting ot 12:30 o'clock Filday noon. Tlie afternoon will be given over to joint, at union of delegates to the senior and the junior Red Cross conference. General cllflcunslon end ton vent Ion bun 1 ness will be conducted during the after* noon also, Miss Sarah Mark Imboden, mi per* vlaor of elementary giadca in Dcca- tur sell oo I a will dpeak before dele- to the Junior Rotl Cross con- feienca at 3 o'clock Friday afternoon, *reighter Rams Cuban Vessel; Crew Saved HAVANA/ Oc't" Jl)~The Etltlsh 'r eight or Hallrnooi-e collided wltli :ho Cuban vesiJid Antolin Drl Coda- do and sunk It catly toduy, nix mllcu off Mtirlol, Cuba. Tho AnUilin Del Collado'a crew of 2B ond two iun3ong!is weio rescue* by the Haltmoorc. which procoedcil immediately to Marie], jn tho pftv- ince ot Piimr Del Rio, the nearest lort. MUTVALS, AFFORD BURIAL BENEFITS, NOT INSURANCE, STATE DIRECTOR DECLARES Lowe Think* Complaints Result Members Failure To Understand RESERVE NOT REQUIRED lly BHICE MAH'l'IN That mutual benefit aHnocfnt)onn are cfliwntblly burls! lioncfIt organ- Ir.atlonn and not Intftmince coni' pin!en, In the view takun of them by Leo H, Lowe, director, Ulinoln Slat* Department or Trade and Commerce, Although organkcd under the ItKiT law, which put tliCJii under the »u- perviHlon of the Dcpurlmeflt of Tiads and Coinim 1 )' 1 ' 1 , thftro Is no atmuitincit tliat lbi« ;, ,o» taking out a meinb«rHhl| and u i ei LUIcate, will Hueuvo tbc niuxlmiim utiiount s|Micl- fled on the face of bin certificate, Mr. admitit, I)ct«rniln«d by AlcmltorNlilp Under department regulation the certificate miint ohow cloarly that even thoueh II la madfl out for a maximum benefit of t1,0«\ the »c- tuiil lujnefll received by the beneficiary muy be only tiiOO, for the benefit will be no more Ihnn |1 per in«'«n- ber asRCHKud aaainst tho member!! in good HUindlnft* It theie oin only iOO members In the turiaclatlon, 1200 In all that cun bo collected to meet th* death claim. Solvency of a mutual benefit aiiso- elation IB judged by UK membwithlp and not by Its usstU In cahh In lunk and bonds and necuritieu In reacrvu Since U has no reserve fund, IU only nsneti ar* lla members who can contribute Jl each "when death claim hoi to be met. Under the Juw Lh membership muat be murntalned at not leiii thtm 200, and the guanmlue fund muni be brought up to 11,000 once In aIx motitliu. Penalty for Lupwod Mtimbenthlp Should the officers allow the membtrtrhlp of any mutual to get below 200, It IH the duty of the Department or Trade and Commerce to demand that the momberahlp be mixed, or In the event that the order l» not compiled with, disband tlic aioto- dull on. In the event the mutual | H etdercd by tho department to cuflso opcrn- lions, Us member^ who havft been paying their (0 annually for cx- unj wlittUver jutMuwnentB thnt have been made for death claims, btive nothing to show for their money but a woithlc»» ccrllft- cutr, It Is this fact that rcmovrg mutual it from the category of "Ino" companies and ntuken them only burin) benefit anaoglotlon*. ThlnkH Ilynt'My liulrH Kavi Mitunoe generally la j-cgardf-d an guaranteeing cerluln specified bent'[n future j't'itrn. Tills thc mtituals cunnot do IKK! do not protean to do, for Ihcy cannot guarantee any fue- ciflc number of membfrH nt any KIV- Act in Time! Deal Promptly with Kidney ' Irregularities. I F bothered williblmMcr jrri- lalioiu, (letting ii|t at uiglit ·nd constant lnu'lcndi* 1 , li|l'l (nice rlunu'CHl Help your kid* ncyuttlin lirM »Isn if disorder, line Dnnii'i /'iM*. Su*ves*fnl for moro than 50 yearn. Emlorficil tin; world OT«r. Solil b' dealers «vcry- where. 50,000 Users Publicly Endorse Doan's: MRS. T. C, COOK, 3HB DARWIN DRIVE. LOS ANOBLE9,CALIF., My at 4 1 hodOuLI, druu^nK tamtiu tlienin^Uaf my buck undtamctimetihiir]) p»tn, too. Hewltche) ·nd ilittint» wtrt klmoil a July occurrence, Tht If nit work tired me nolftrit [ roillit bnrctly Ktt nboiit. Doim'* PDIt, however. rclEcvc*! me ot all these aymptomi nnJ I felt better in every way after uatai 1 " rills A DiuttHe for (A* Kidntyt HEALTH MARKET Eat Wisely to Be Welt Phones: S343 and 5344 We Deliver 130 Merchant Street Just a Step From the Tratufcr Hou»e Another Fresh Shipment B )£FINS (Ciscoes) Wo bone null trim thnni /or you, to try, - Lb. 15c CHANNEL CATFISH Received Special Price 1'or Pound 29c SUNKIST ORANGES S«n»H, but full of Per Dozen 22c UNIVERSITY BUTTER Alwuyw Frmli and Kwret t Stick round 39c «n lime, and It IN only from iht M mwitmenl of the memberK Ihnt-thtlr ben«flla are pnld. Th«r« la a more or irm constant fluctuaUon ID th« mem bprahlp and th* ·)«« of lh« orKanlca lloti dpp«nd«t upon the fnduatty of Ihn aceratary of hla agenU In writing n«w membrrK, An effort la being madn by ihn Department of Trade and Commerc* to regulate the mutual* und"er the pro via Ion ot tho law and protect the memhern as far ax It can. Generally the officer* of tho mutuata condtict their compnnlci honcKlly, Mr. Low* Ihlnki. What may hava been "lone before th« 1027 law wo* paiwoiJ the department cannot pry Into, Uttt moMt of ih« cumplalnt* rtcnlved ivy the firpartinent from memlwi* wlto believe they were wronged by their amioclftllonii relate to thing* don* before th« n«tv law watt pM*cd, Aa a tneanii of checking on the companion to »ea that they are mndi tut wound H« po*tilbl, the ^cpai'trncnt qulreH u monthly report from them, though tho law Kp*clf1en only an annual report, Hfvm C»m*d In tvtn V**r» 'II IK the policy of th* d*parlmsnl to furnish Information to th« m!m- hi-i of ih muUialn at any time thnt it in ««Iti-il for," Mr. I/ow* mid. Hut few iicrnon* Ixdh^f to find citif just what the standing of th* com pantett Is. "Sinco the Apartment look over tu- pervision of tha companies, «v*n have had to erode operation*, tliat lit the total nt /Hfltirejr In the Jant two yeur«. There are two or thret whole membortihlp hai fallen below tho minimum, according to tlK'li* Au guot report, and d*n»nd by the de- parlmtnt for an early return to 200 or more member*, ha* bwn tent out There hu been complaint tu Th* Herald that after th* mutual* began operations under the J82T Aef, tb* old mutual* ccaued opcratlonn and the member* got nothing back for the money they hud paid In. Onder th* piovigiona ot the law, tha m- eoclatl on if had to slop operation*, Their very nftturt precluded the PON- nlhllily that the member*, no matter how long they had been paying «»· neRiimenta, would receive any lhl nR tn return. Any claim* that wer* out- ndlng had first lien on any money that waa on hand, of nhlch thor* IH not likely to b« much twcauM there lit no reaervc. The North Anierlc*n Pt l ct*cllve awocluttun of gprlttgfJeld, the com]any wan pluc") In th« handii of H receiver, nnl there WM nothing for the member 8om* HMugOnlUim of Af« Undrr the new law, tome recognition of »ge wu« made tn dtt unify In i: policies, und f")inf pcrwonti who hail been ciii'rj'iiK P'llWi'ii for tl (W) under the oM i · ''m)«, found them* Reive* unabl i u«t policies for u maximum ti ; ·.( ot morn than J500 In »OMf oixci, TJ)« law tpecl- flcs that fur ponton* bTomlnu member* btwuen the a p r * nf in« and fiv* y*nr* : a pollcj- t- in excess of $200 Hh'ill I" In-Ui'il iwecn (he nfie* of six and nine y'.nt, S600; l-i-twi-en the tgeit ot 10 and ItB year*, fl.OOO; and hetweon (W and (S year*. SRO(); nod between 06 and TO y*ftW, I.WO. Thnl In the miiKimum of the policy lint can he liwied at the t)ocl- tlcd line*, but (he benefit* roec'tvcd upon the death of t.h policy holder depend entirely upon the mimlnr of membertr In the anffK-lnllon If the benf-ncfiiry I* entitled to a maximum of $1,000. und iheiv urt but 600 mpmber* tn the minuMillion, Vh f Iwncrlrtirtry will get JfiOO IwcttUd* only tl per member cun l« n*»e*»- Comi)alnU have been mnde that nnHennmonts ronie In oftener than the mimbrn had b**n ted to believe they would wh*n they took out their membership, That depend* upon the number of death* that occur and the condition fcf the company. K. W. Lloyd, *uper- vlaor of mutual benefit «moduli on* In the st»t? ln*tirance department, nay* Exp*ni* AKiHWMnont I/lmitflJ If there have been a number of deaihn antong member* In a nhorl lime together with a deereat* In metnberahlp, ths mtilual probably fnlU behind In ItH guarantee fund. Upon report of ltn condition to the CITY MEMBERS GO TO LEAGUEMEETIHtJ Change In Sutc Git DECATURMENTOSfEttj Imlur wrtN without * dlv · rnmont, ThunKUy, wctpt JJ f ' police tcp*nm«nl end tht e fore«« tn the city hill. whm; Smith, th* Council, city «n city attorney »ll w«nt la [ to (Kiend th* i«»f»»t«»nih" _ of ihft flllnol* MunlcM Two hundr«d dolvtftMi i Ihrounrhout thu «ut« tr« ,,,,,, the convention which will tu clud«l Friday. lli»v« Ptac« an Two ot Decntur'* promln«nt p«rU In ih« L ,.,, of th» inkling. Mayor Smith ni chattmmi (if the; !*tiliUtlv* coitanit.l l**, whom! wjomm*nd»tlin«' of th* intirt, ImportAnt of th» conv*ntton. P. O'lirkn, J(c-.iur a\ r | will i)r*«ld(! owr tht *crAlon« ot th« : OM TBK Th« prnpoiw to th« HUU cohntlliiilon. I*|!IIHK| tor* th« quk1 distribution ot ilv| that cill«n will rttiilvt t, propoitMt] «)i»n, and th« flntincltl i of niunlelpo) wn»rfh!p of and light ptabtft w«r« »m«f' to h« brought b«foti ' convention, by orflcikl* of tht I The annual MjwrtH of A, D. tttlu| ly, lTrimnn, *«cr*try, »n1 HlnmT.| t, Urbetnt, iMMur^r, »nd oommlttt** on bo tlonii, rcHolutlon*, auditing, ul t| convention city for 18SI, nnm«d. S|iiriVt'ir» ln:lud*d Htrry P, Kon, rhl#f uMitUry wirln^r of (til rtl«i* diip»Hrn»ni of public who «lKh« on "Sanitation end nervation of Jlllncl* Stmmi tail Klv»r»." and I/ tj. Witllanw, CW*I who** fubjcel win* "MMhoii tfl 0«rbaB* Collodion in*«ltiini fit and finance offkert. nn-rrt, bulMlnn offlel»l», h*»1lh offl- nlatu and park board offlctoli, »«l h»ld Tlitiraday nfftrnoon. Th«hW(l nljthi lh* di'l^stcn will b* hv publfc ttortc EifrtloH of offlwn will t»Ktpa«l at the tlfwlnff »«»lo» noort, and d^RnUx «' ih»tti«Ni«, wdittonit will b* of ihs nui* jw»)l»! ihi for tho n lion for FOR BKTTEIt CMtANINO SHRVU'B AMIAVK CAIX if Twle II | onieird to ruin* it« (»"*» »' OOrt, It Do* nix monihn In *hl«l» this. Ksthw than «M«« th» b^r« *5 or $10 at on* tlnw to n»«| up th* »hort««. th" "« utMl *f| mn J out frequent f»U* W »* «""' muni of tl or *2. A careful watch Ix kc|)l o«t Ih lt«m« ol benefit* w»d «!«" deptrtment, according W Mr. U»M The m««»l» cannot §··»·« "»», than W annually for «?*"·« «»» each number, and th.lr IwjM i be op»n to *b« «w«""»«.°'* iMvtmont. A rtilft from th* irt-wmt to ih» ben»nt »M« vlw versa, in not p»rmiti»4- TliinU Muttwl A check l» mad. iho « UiMt *enl out for death Tho department 4w* enough n«n to mftU« 4 pant'it, but If plnlnt* w wiwon « mm^hlnit 1« wronff with th*r* aie mtti H b* ««nl »n oxoniln»tlon. Much of «»e complaint fraiii m«»bw* of '* Ixwe thinks ome« who look upon them ·* wi»pa»jfl)«, not rrallttnj IH no r«««m b«blnd ihem nil i l m t (U*y fan pay lo*« Irv 1* what -an b« collect^ m'emhci* In ((Ofld nt«nlin«t ·» rule of tl per _ HARRY NEEDHAM I p. I Comi tion Appf ForJ SIX NEW Abandon I" 1 it t* 1 ·nd tb* woron · track*, whirli p from Wo*t On ,v«n»e. It . If tn« dtrcft r n r I torn up * of moti ward street rnt By ( n i l l t u t l n * extended b trrntinui at t h con County h« ne. Th follow*: ing nt ind McKlnloy Klnley avenM" Hny: «'"« I" Oritnd; W''"l '' th* to Frank fralrl*, »i»»t t Wrw). mt«t to t on E««l r to Twntv f f n to riiy B «if begin nlnu b Dw-iiliir-. 1 At Ihc pi "-'" vk*.i« Rivn t' ConJK Kiiwt f rftU o\cr tl Water imi'it oet w h f i fi l v of the Water t ter atreft rate this terrKorj-, |i Th»r« In R l Water, CinUt, and n*id ot center of I' At Morpm i Wat t, It Is prr pt*n*nt Co ml i c hug Morgan istrept territory junt Decutur 1 In liic vlcli trcvi and Ws «ii«l u far a tuuth an far lory thin lit ib quulcly besvei a l«o i, G«i del nut stioelb, tci i I tin y The ini'Si'iit Vision urlpqti.it tltlmigh uli thouttht. w i t h of a link ton Wom R(\ nv\ 1 6 i f f Hi' 1 »t I wr West Fl' The rout? Beginning g Fnlr\ *r*fde, west i to W»*l Deca to Wood, (inii ·t the Tin Main, north n, nort to Jminei. no . BO point by j Font Mmu« gv* service i ' h the morn *'K in th« a tj.i « ·rtlde trtl ll Whect n , n n t l 'i Mam. at ic, aoutll to north to mil sc o'clock «v p eri trip* Vint INKW8PAPERr

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