Decatur Evening Herald from Decatur, Illinois on October 17, 1930 · Page 16
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Mui Camp- AUTHORIZES PAYMENT OF $20,000 IN BILLS bell Tells Board LEE NAMED PRESIDENT PeLnliir km The nmnt hlghwnv rommlttei; u u t l i o t i / p d th? piijtnet)* nlrniint SiOOOO In rxpf'nii Inelud- foi t h e hlnoK lop sin I n f o i med t h n t Ihp slate will ]nu hnlf of the nui tn !ni nro of it)! load' iijt wiulrr Will f i l e r luini reliff pctib cvrr k n o w n , MtM impbHl -x£cuitve ,,,,,,,,,,,, t p ( ) w|th l(1V( , m|e , rom ,,,,, ol the not MI service ,,,^11,] lt 2 7 ,,,,,, , B X l h f . c o m i n H( f e l i f i e d e d Pnul T OKzol county su 1 u l n t p m l e n t nf lil)thwa\ji to ox- H t m l afiimn e«unt s slime of thU TO AWARD 200 PRIZES IN HAtlOWEEN PARADE 5 1 Classifications Listed; Four Bands Already Obtained Pinna n i v to iMVtiid about £00 prl?ci lo n i n i r h o t i In Hie clvit Hallouoen jminile the evrnlnif of Fiklwj. 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AHorni-y John R FRzgernld, lax tonaultftnt, siUJ in tin nddics» Tlnlisday c\enlnt; lieftiru 3E mcmlHiri of the UnkerHlly elnb Th« club met In the Bt'Uci llbi'iiy ot tin; Y M C A t h e lux bin Jen pi own steudlly h c u v ) ( r upon l u u l etilale, Mi rllf-- t'niili) ilnliiipil while othw f t n n n of wetillh eieupt! 1(i\i"t llle sptiiker to ru/fc«inlil, U only one of nmny which show lite tiO(finsi) o tendency lo loml reul MUII down with of cited on teal cslale tnx Iri- In Mit(on Since IDU, and up to hu.H b( in u n IIK i case of 27"i per tent In the (HJCPM uiinn ne »« I Ion of. litnd ' wild Mi Hl/ffumJd We tntea w u c $370 1)1 tn IM3 nnd In mar* This In an Incrcnue. in dol- I n i i nnd will" of J5182R This example accoidlng to Mi PROGRARTFOR LABEL SHOW ^ANNOUNCED Tlircc Acts of Vaudeville, Conceit to Be PieseiUecl Tonight Mm Antia K t o n n M i s El- hi H n n n a n nnd THiH Ellu Nswbllt Roach School* Hold Autumn Program Today plvhlon I h t i f fit R.o(ub ichnol j?at e the follow Intf H u t u m n pro[.turn tn lhi m h n n l nndttiirlmn rl- i l i n i o r n l n p nt '' o rliwk - , B \,,: , 1 IL 11,1 n . n UK t l u l l t e n i l l M l f7" I I In mcnti ( l i i i i f l K '''I 1 ^ p « i " n(1 "11 Sf*rnti(l w l i l i O B "Kii!n nntl Lei tmn dniiritiililc orn«nlrnlloni In tils trlhutitiK l(i- to t h e pom d u t l n K the turn in r i Kn A I, t'tUh ^in-ukt With f i n ) " eKtlHtinlnr! lint h i - h l t i *is i ftp r u r i d i i mi!" fori i-rl tn eon dun tin e i i n i ( ; | n f \ d r h e foi Rffnidi of UM InuMiu nhnncil t h i t of nl! f n n i U l f s UHpul 731 i»t u n t \*(-te In n i e d on BC toiitu of iini-mploMin ni ., r PI A 1. I tUlv |.n«tii nf iho ii FIMI ( · ( n i L . i f h i H l o n a l h n i tt WHS the jjiFukci of Uic evt nirirf In lil i Ifilk tllM 11*1-1 ni: VUien t h i \iilk iti'l Hone Hul HP Mi , Edri\ t u n e d i h e ti' cu Ic or ii U| i i u i ·« t m JMI v TM i n -..vne ^i»,m r.om ho,,, jt.^ -'.;_ ;;;,,,,;;;;,,; - «» h r ., (111 \ o u t h tn itH«iunt)te! ^ o ^ e l l ^ () ,, , .,, N n l l , U ,,| M j . . . ^ , ,,, ,,,, He innllf ti (I oiolon^eil iind riht u ill « M M BK(i in I i i - i i i l i i i t h i n \m [(e de ' J,!,"1 "*' « ' " fllirtd ' h i t It Ii the ohliKHtlon of H« | ( . ,,,,,,, i ,, !t , A l l ftpu to m i e t Ihi* neid iind he etn t u « » n M MI-. i J Bhn«l/eil tin nt(eH-(IH ot I mined ! i to in uKiiplhh r h i i w o l k hcm-d day nlgtit tire tn 1'nik p i n t riuiii otllnri 1 n II i 1 ' H i n l i i » t Ii \cii I ' j r i K I I hm iTM Hti tj, nun t i i t w l If, .1 1 J1 b 1 ll II II I H lH 1 t I i t l . n I' 1 I ii Mull int I V ' I t I* IJI t l f T I M M I" 1 ! ^ I I ' t f l l f t u n U t l i k \Ulnoii M m 1 Intl J i I ii il 11 Ml-w II lui -i i i i I I nil II M ill I Ml t Hit Spcrcttii I rnlik J 'tlino mint in Tieusiui'i rtdhoit Hdilpt tuiinml d t - d l c u t l n n of tlii» frntein lt s new home w ill be hi 111 Noi JJ, HIP a,^ (,f [|, e M l l l l H t n - B i n d l O i pnmi Bl)' r M *i|Mni i i i n n p p o l n l ed to et»ni]il te in i-inj! mt nts foi the dcilUntion "" W K New of th ( i Aclon Tobnreo TMn)mn\ will (Kscit-fB the slgnllienn* e of the unluti Irthel and n iiroRinni nf rtuinn nnd e^ler- Utnmsnt will In piesftitul In the f h s t Union T tibel show to be R h e n nt 730 otKult toiil^ht In the Hlt'ti HCttOO) lidftlt llllltli VctUmo ot the Bnuiliilnnipnt will be iliiee nets of v A u ^ l e ^ l l l o hv l l n t i y I-imnea and company unil 11 3(* tuln tite piogiam of ]ioi)ii!nt mimli In Lotl HoK'in H oieheMru I he f,( lulu l( I r l n will fnricm *ovi'tal bimju unil plnno selections The l)initi|.son q i i a i l o t w i n slnj, A ilnnlnt,- nrnl BettV McWaonon CONlHttT SHOOT Detntui m a n h u n t ' s "hm o n l i l b Twenty m « n t b M * of the Mneon utei! 50 |nl7iH v h l ' h w i l l be n w n u l counly t o w n (juttiil loiilt part, in u l ed n t the cliwe of Ihe I I H I ( , I H I I 'Ihe i r u p ihool helit al the Derattn Cum " f l t f l " Thiiti i J 11 C'ub g i o u n d * da\ afterrioon Hl(,h mm for t n P 16 mid e \ M i t was Mi l u m p M m on whll( Mr Mi-Clint- ot I'liii M«iind wns hifih nmn foi tht JT j a t I c x e n t t U i t t l I ( I Ml S L I I t I I I II _J_I .11 1111 Hll I lltl tl( II til · I n r n d a llntih htMetnent'' v.na tlvo st hjcct of Finnftellitt IJ M -!ei i lit if h a l s e i \ k e n in C h i i n t i of Chrlsl Thintdnv nielli A l t e n d a n t i - flni In atendllv it me th* i e r \ t e n opptmi 10 dHj-s IIRO ' I h u meet. will t h i o i t f i l ) Iho rip-it tnbil shfiwi J.»f(,ltHI Tjl bh ami n i l nrt itponsnipil i f t t nnd J^ibw lie K ^ c n * Jl n tin 11 in Mr I ' l t / t e t n W discussed (he pro- poscj HinenilinGnt to Ihi- Illinois conslltutioii wheiLby tiixlug moUloos would bn thumrcfl and Inlunjj-IMe aiMl Invisible p i n p i M t y liixeil In the wmt piopoillon na t r u l i-nl»ti 'Th«, flial julnciplR of t u x u t l o n " Mi Klt76e»iil(l snlJ la lhat Nil |er- should conhlbulo tnwufd the of thcli Kuirrnrnpnl ns nearly tia possible In jitojwttlon to Ihelr retit live nblWies An tttifalt tnx tendt lo obstulet I n v i i t m e n l tn the piroperty mnclc to bun t h n \«x nnd Iho purpose of the ttix nllimuleiy In defealeil People aie dlHCOiirnppd f i o m tipjilylitjf Ihelr money nnd en. irgi to an ovmtnxcO foi m of In- ventmi'hl in id us a icsiiti btiHlnetu and emplojinent niny oilfftr" PROGRESSIVE BIBLE CLASS HAS POTLUCK, PICKS NEW OFFICERS MembeiH of Ihe Piofjin«8lv« Blbl* clBHH of the Hint Utilit-d Brethren SundRy school, lugrthd w i t h their f f t m l t l i s met for a polhirk mppei In the ehutoh bHHcrncnf rut at! A y night Nearly 70 weie pie^cnl s The nenly «let[ol o f f l i c u me E ]J MiitKiiivei, pie-iidcnl M i l v l n Gil bcrt, \lce 5t("t1lnl anil f'liuftnc* l U t i t m r d s t{i.ii'Uiy iiitil tioiMuit-i Plutift \ict« Htm led foi Hie fiilhci and xoni buiiqiitt to be hi Id In the huri?H nt v.ltTrh time tome i i i o m l n m t s j n u k c r w i l t ik|) pi op rill If aililtihS, tile bunqlicl w i l l Ijr Hi A f t c i thi tjilnlni st mi - w i s e n t f t U i i t i t d bj il n u m l u M ti\ A tnulc A I mil),' tin nil \ M i e m i n i - an icki'tl for ench Hie Tor thi' High School Presents Program Honoring Virgil Tile EMOlh »iinl\ciMiiy of Vlrj.lls blith observed bj D c i a l u r l)!t,h sthoo! ' I h i n w h j A film d e p l i l i n y s e m i s f i o m the A d i i U l \iait »h(iwn Miss l l r n u l l n I'nvllis j.anB the open- . ing i f n i a of the Ai neld nnd al"u fi MI l« I Ion troni the Dido HI i-nfj uliliiii lliixt lie Met n t h i n ot i l l f l l t i i l l v * Mi llnki. II I "VniifU rimil ·«·(( Hi totiil t i i i t i l l ItlPt fill 1 i f In t o t l i l iciounc It mint pure M 1'" cummlUi t tind !H prramtiinU Inlil o f f w o r U n i n J i n l | I fiirpK ni j s i i v e i n n i i nt mil-it p i o fii)c fni i i i K t i n ' t l i J i of » n i rp((ilnr liai p t n \ ( i t In [flit etlsls mull jit iDiimd i fliod 11 nd olriei t n i K - j fA\n itnl Ii (ould n ipond i n l r l ' \ tn pi (11 nil n u d i In M i l l h tli rten dpi fit". Mr I ildv inld Piolotitfed iitiPni;ilf\ ment nf eonliniiotislv un- i ( n l m e n» l«vn*lal n« thf tit ^orm nnd in nil be w i l h MI nil r c i t r t l n h K i w i Hit- to Jlrmnl V l \ p hciinl mpn bem «PI p elerte I In Mie pkHp of |hp m e i t l n v Ineluii inc M t » H n w i i i! A K m l K e u i f of nl of I V a M i r nnd 1ioi|linl w h o h f l i h ^ d ! fit i i m l n e d vroi ker i n , ·wpltflrp n d m l n l ^ t n l i o n | tn niMiMrti tri M l ' Modce w h o w » * p | p ( t p i | in fi|| Jin nupxulrert t e i m P( twn \ i n t * the following wpre tn t h i e i \t-ni t e i m i V, R s 1 ,\ W n l h t , ^ M r « Wmt ) n n i n r n l j /f whom tini nn tlip l i m d fin \tnii tin I H Ue I ' r f t i u i v k h u lifif hf-en « ( t h r ftt faitxr i in i j Ollirr Odin M \nnifii f t i i i t i p - i I i- 1 bntik p l e c t . i t t h p fi hi HUD, r f l n it wfii- ni tlit bon 1 miitlni: willed HOSE 79c --350 pair regular perfect $1 35 grade hose in dark *hadet only, full fashioned, silk from top lo toe. Picot top. 79e. UNDIES, 50c --150 Silk Crepe Step-in* and bloomers, in p cacti, flesht rule and blue. Lace and tailored Special at SOc. MILLINERY SALE $ J* --A nt» Int, Jiwt nnpiiel««l, t\e\n Min In all (he new off-thr. fure-hnnl ntjlci* 1 art* ftnd wmiill ht-tid sires 1VM* And nie- tulllc cnnihlniitlonn nn well »"» smart plnir, r*tt# Snttirln\ «t Value to $2.97 I- 37 SALE 552 FALL FROCKS , Mnr vi,, incident \\ tl Hop klm Un pitMldMii MM I I' u P |fP 11( |n,| t ( A r =. I Bi idfn |(f * I Mm f-ohon Wth Street Christian ·Church Conducting Revival Worth For $1 In k ' I 1»" ·WTti! jip, n1 ft,,,,, ( , i a n l l i Cl'\ "if 1.111 .u ,if si u n t h s t u c t C'hil*. ' h i i i i l i in 11 v l \ n l itnlie 1 ! on 11 l i n n il is nlijit h\ K\ntij,ph'i| I r nui i f ( M i n l l f Clu M i l l n n i 11)11 i(i}(f,nf «n1fi nnt! the *TM - I - I I F . 1,i,,PI,11,1 « i M . T i i ) mli-e Unn. ^ fhc rmtiil i|i, n i| Motnln\ niKht nleht Kvnmtdlai Brown will "» f»nt .-mil out foi Chilit loal Hods 35c .45c mtzed Tubs ... 59c 69c [ani/eiJ , ( ,,,,| 1 Rue t. n .MKV... J F, vton of w i l l pienrh »iin(lfli ntirtit UK ( U o w . p k n m h n l hi w i l l MI n re. Kiii iri'shnion nnd , t r , l l ( , nun idnj dnd will tt, liosttlitlvs u n t i l th« dm HnJ * trn(11t| oniil l i m p dtirltin 'W tt. r h f l t will Bnal Ab- J»tt Arrived ,. . Our Buyer Made a Special "Buy" For Thi» Sale. $9.95 --Every new style you can think of. The n«w Ruwian effecti, bolero*, capes, jabots, lac« collars, clever *leeve«, neat ties . . . . in nil the new autumn shades including brown* and black. Size* 14 to 52 in wide variety, very special FLAT CREPES PRINTED CREPES CHIFFONS GEORGETTES SATINS Other Dress Sale Groups, *3=M to Sale New Winter Goats $39.75 Value, All Richly Fur Trimmed with Caracul, Manchurian Wolf, Lapin and Broadtail Are Very Sharply Reduced To --This exception*! sale includes all the new types of coats for dresi and sport wear. Long lengths, high waist line's; capes, flares, bolero type, Russian en- Mmble styles and many others. Color* black, brown, green, red and blue. SUM 14 lo 52, very special Other Coat Sales 14 to ! 39il w h i i h w i l l |)i hUil O i l 11 aL 1I« honv ot Ml nnd Ml-- J f) fngt 10B^ W s L M u on ·,!!(·(( llic n i x * el«SH i n c f t l n v will ho In Uio home of Ml nnd All-, M i K l n i i l l l x i t TJ-1 IVctt N o t t h s t r t . t County G. 0. P. Meetings to Be Planned Saturday A Kdmliilp of KepuhVan meet- l i p s In mo*l lit the- vill(H,pi of Iho o i i n i y \ \ I I I he pl.mm-ii (n n. meet Inp of p r n i m l w n i h c i s n f l e i n n o n In I h c ) i u l \ In ANNOUNCES CHANGES IN VOTING PUCES List Revised in Several Districts Since Primary in April VuihiB place* liav« been ,,... tn neccidl (llHlitc)N dlriee the primary \n April Vot the JUKI r*sl«U»Uon duy Oet 28, ami for Iho Reneml tlec- Uon, Nov. 4, the following \otln(t ]I|IICCB lm\f been rt*niRnotci U m i ^ V n mil tu'Dn HI Lnii Until m i n i (i i-oiij- \»ml Hmlli !!0 h*»t N'lli Ililnl- UltitH. I''uili1llr» coi»l'Hi« l(t \ nlli W n i r mnft 1 1 inih-- ili-hiwii. I r»«i Knpi* i,(fko II U Nurtli Knn i mifit ! into- urukk t i n «t »O \«iiii MII- Ktilt *rtn I Mlxill I I h u t it lit, fii( f 11(1 .N MI III V \ « I T M l T l I t lii v m i l - J l l m M ttHliilir 1(11 Sittlli U K . I -III-'' l l i l l t l h - I H i m * h n r m t c l i t 1 ""i H*» i In in Jilr^i I Mi ill- i nmui 1S" ^ l n l l l \ ^ « i - i nifpt t i l i l l i -- S i . 3 (llwlinilFB, .Sotlll M n l I »l!'l u mill uini'tii Hll 11 1,11 vunth--Itu i 1'iuS \oiiii Culkjju (tn m I w i l T t l i -Fliib^u H i i c u j "57 ^eui 1.1IIII) H l l i f l 'I hlrti.«)iili -~ lit liitl hitTM mi UiiKklns ( J H l l n l f t , lit S o r l l l 11II 111 H t i c * l I u» i i ( i n l i - KlminiKnn n n r r (lint. ' l u i i ' l i ninl JV i t t h i K l J t i II htdmitii Bhultit A iiu Hupiily rnmp«iiv -in \\m \\vtul n «· n u * I I li/llli HHh -»^ 'iliuft i n ^ r l } (1? W t V* toil m i vt I . Mimln I i l l - J l m r ·i,)rf«r« ««rn(» 1*1 \\..i u i n i i u n utio'i I ininlvOi--MI t /lr(thfln«» lltil Wt»i K M . i»tn mm I r u i i n i mix i i i v m i i"iar' tit Sir I M ni: ni fUnn J H i Jil V si H t~ I'jH t i t ItHlHjt 4 t ^ \v 111 i uilili x Mm i i « - i i ) i h l K l - J I f n t UM S H l l l ) , i l n n i l H; N irlh I i l m n n l HII i i I d f i i i j r t r i i i · o i - i i j , ITU ^ ril W l l l T l l t l l » l t\ II M l I 1-1 l u «U n i k l l l fli-ni I ID* K nm K i l t It 11 lit j w i i i i «*[*iii)i It n I iniwrtlor tut- nil D'pH V\i",| V i l i i n i l f t I » »n i-lstiih i i i i i « i i snrBt« 14m 1)1 )l It \\ T M III M I I 1 n r i l i l n i i M h -I 1 1 ii i H itnu. 211 So uli Kim ^J^)¥ J i v i i i I Mill, 111 1 i h u l y gaioj," *:f Hiintti M I I Hill nil rl I I u r i i rn*i I tiiiijiiii ittit* 11 4«t s mi I n i l J n m l itn itui l l i l n t ( u il T t j 1 1» f h f ! Inn M i n n Hi m i III ft 6 ii i- null- U* iM i » I - M [ iiu nli Mom ) IHiiii, J i j * , ^ , i j M ; FURNACE CAUSES APARTMENT HRE An oll-fit«d lurimc* in thi men i of th Bondon niAiim*nfM VA North Church KtMcUwonloutoIor- rtcr Thumd*v cvetttno: *r«l »el fit* lo by thcmen ·Vfom It did mj d*n)BK« Th« firemen Mid nn nitomalle flt]. fe*d vfthe on Ihfl oil hnrn^i htdhi* (town Hnri I eleujtoil « n l i e u m of oil from the tmnh 1 he oil he «r Unknown Pcdeslriin Knocked Down by Car furl A J»nhlnK 711 to ih« police dav rv«nlnir th»i hi* Br*)itriick M mnn In Lincoln nqiiari »nd hnoek'rt, (h« m«n down He rcfiiKid to (rtv^ n»m unit wnikul « w f t y , Mi Jenkins nnld. Welsh Singers If i// Appear in Mattoon Oct 21 MATTOON -- Th« ftmoiiN W»lA Imp«rl*l Himttm. who nrndt ih««r flrit ipp«»r»nc# In ihft Itoury InUr- nallonul In ChlutRO l**t .1ufl», will delight lh« muitte lovtri ot M*tt04n THHUt»y, Oct, SI, In nwfineft dfld «v*. nlng n«rrormtne« tn ih« Mleh nehool symnnflium i Thi* world rrnowni-d (ioup nf ni»l« singer * W»H ohuin*i1 hy S»t)' K D ntiirk on »« «p«in f«tu in 'hfir lour The moi»py H»mod *!ll h« u^(j tn th* pur*h»M ot nnlform» for th* HlRh nchool bund On* thounond roor; lltJnol* r»*l- 4*-nii ftichod iht "K" or fin In IDA thnn In 102ft l l l l i i ) 1.11 Ii J( )· m V\ nit nii-Bl 111 I a, 1 full! K l itt H . I I I I I I k U i k f (II h j.l h i tin i l l I- i n i Illlll. Iflllll Jill IIU KIDHkl 1 ) - K»M 1,1 ,,, j.lo t\: »l 'Hit n n i n t h sm.i l a ] « i i " Hl'l f n n I illln 1 ixl 1 ) r ( « t l 'Ii l l r « i t i l \ \ o i r l t i l i w l f n i l r i f n i I n iiu i nn i l l l l liatn lit «(· nil mil Hirt ttnM u t t f i I n \ ni ail I- II m . t j Ml V l l l i n n L ( I I U I r t l l ' l - I I I- il-ii J u r l i I 111 r i n v f n i h V H i ' i t«i t Oil * fl l.nl t Snllll « « ! ( , | Uhi I III k in o J ^^1 to wiv (1M for ho** nol » » M t h n n th»*«. »nd r*»lly »nd th»v w«»r no well th»« nt tioo the\ i e t l t t l o nhoit of 135 N, W»t«r f I T * I I I I M f » R CHMAN BROTHERS 100^ CAMEL'S HA R OVERCOATS * * * * * * * $ 22 §o ··* ··· We emphasize 100!^ camel's hair because there are many imitations, and many mixture* offered as Camel's hair. The hair of the came), from which this luxurious deep-pile fabric is woven, comes Irom China, and is very much more expensive than theep't wool, and, of course, many times as cosily as cotton. Again we sav, these are 100% pure camel's hair overcoats, made in the smart double-breasted belted models you 11 see at all the big football games .., richly lined and beautifully tailored in 'our own factories.,. value none but the world'* largest manufacturer of men's clothes could hope to produce. You simply can't afford to buy a camel's hair overcoat without first seeing these. ANY BUSINESS SUIT, TOPCOAT. OVERCOAT OR DRESS S.UIT IN EVERY RICHMAN BROTHERS STORE IN THE U. S, IS AlWAYS THE SAME PRICE T H * R I C H M A N B R O T H E R S C O M P A N Y N O C H A R G E F O R A L T E R A T I O N S 207 NORTH WATER STREET O P E N S A T U R D A Y E V E N I N G S U N T I L 9 O ' C L O C K

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