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T H E D E C A T U R R E V I E W Monday Evening, July 13, 1914. L _ · -Sewage Stronger Than That Of Stock Yards r ** " ~ Report of Langdon Pearse to City Council--Start Work on New Testing Station--Chemist May Be Engaged. Mercury Did Not Go Below 76 Degrees. Tint t r e sample o' » e w a g e collected from the Broadwav n t w e r outlet hy EnKlneer I «ngdon P°arse on J me :0 m » « the strongest sewase he has ?\ f.r run acroM is the r-pnrt made bi Pears* to V a \ o r Dinneen n n d the c l t v council Mondav m o r n m K "It was stronger t h a n t h i t found in t h e C e n t e r (neri'ie sewer w h i c h r c e i \ e s about h i l f the d r a l n a u e of the s.ock v a r d s and · P u r k i n u t o w n in ~hl aso reno ted be kent In order to determine Just what treatment is necessarj ·ttILL BLILD OFFICE 4 l a h o t a t o r v will be maintained in connect on w 1th the laboratory at the new f l i t ition plant but a small office w i l l he erected at the sewage disposal p i n t to house the t h t e e hc'se p o w e r e l e c t r i c niotoi and other e q u i p m e n t me o f f i e w i l l be about tu eU e feet Nothing more sizzling sco"hing ard bl'ste-ing in the w a y of weather has be-- i r a i d e d Decatur In lone; 'tin- Man the brand which is now being de i i v c r e d This may be due ti the f i o t i h i t the of'icial w e a k e r man r H C onr dt has gone to CoUr 'o a i d le t no substitute behm 1 LITTLE SLEEPING There was Uttle sleeping done in Decatur Sunday night The mercui\ i] d not get be!ow 76 degrees d u r i n Railroad Men Interested in Tuesday's Meeting. RANSACKED ICE BOX drive their bis engines if the air Is drj but a combination of heat and r cisture usually pro\es too much for the strongest engmee" or fireman 'here has been no prostration reported for the past two weeks and a mark ed decrease in sick lea\ e it shown b\ the boards at the loc'l toundhouse Food is Taken from the Continental Limited. Has nrrow Eieape Brake-nan E J Rick er o£ the TVa bash narro\\i5 escaped death under the w h e e l s of a north end freight train Sunday afternoon w-hen he was hurled f r o m the ton of a bo-c car near the engine at B isbare by the breaking of a knuckle and the subsequent setting of the emergency brake He feU to tre ground betwen the mam and passing tracks and almost under the wheels of his own train His le f t leg and hip w e r e se\ere- ly mju ed but no bones w e e found to be broken He was taken to M«rc hospital in Chicago w h e r e he w i l l remain Railroad men in Decatur are anx d d not set oe. u « ,, u^ B .c« -- .-- I" "15 a w a i t i n g - the outcome of the the night and mam w o u l d declare t h i t m e e t i n g b e t w e e n geneial managers of t n e mfcm. a. Hundreds of the wester lailroids and committees d i l n t -et bel w I it people in t h e i r v a r d s 1 c. u ilept on then f r c n t porches and | rom I h p r e w a s h a r d l v til of air stirrmi' the MIT O N I ·! "Not all of t h i s M r e n c t h is a p n r (, n , ^ t n r e i M e to the s t i r h w i « t e s i t h u t a t i r e f u l i n s p e i t n n of the in rtlstrial p l a n t s of Pe at r w i l l be n i r t of our w o r k he m n t l n u e d "Th" i n i l v s e s f i o m tin s e v e n t h w i r 1 « w e r i n l l c i t » n v ei v w e i k t.ewiK( m o s t l v g r o i n ) w i u r The o ^ k l i n d and I n on sew i r» » ow n e i k p e w a R ' " H t - o n c e r h o w e v e i t h i n t 10 f oni t h i t - e v e n t h w i l d · « - « T A R T T* orK is tn le p t - i i t e d at on e on T m m n t u r e s e w n s " d i s p o ^ i l p l i n t o r t e n t i n g M I - I T i b o u t i n n feet n o r f i of -he m o u t h of the B i o i d w i v *ew r I t n i l c i t a b o u t ' d" an 1 w i l l it is « x p r ted he on the sime p in as t i» r o m n l » t . p i n t t h i t i to I F ere t c l later -SO"-* T r A I I O N s A T\^ F n j r i n f f r I nslon r»arse was In t le c i t v « m'Uv w f h b i s a s = i s ' i n t Mr A J I t o n in on« I n t n w i t h t is n e Pre.'on T Hi k m l Mr \ l l t " n w i l l r e m a i n here , r l I it li the tern · i r v Jilnnt T'lls p l i n t w 11 l i v e a c i r - i i t v of - , ( i n i f o i s i (U\ a n d i t w i ' l l e ope-ateri n t h i e s , [ t s of d e h t l-o f. «ach t n » Idei I f i n e to ke-p I t e^lnr; ·lav and n i n h t A complet» r e r o r 1 w i l l ?PrCI\L TREATMENT Tbe idea In establishing this tern r o i a r v plint at the m o u t h of the F r o i d w a v sewer is t h p t the sewage rom tint sewer requires special treat rnent on T-count of the fact that it contims the refuse from the Kas plant ind the stirch works MI the othei s w e r s c t r r standard domestic sewage ind one k i n d of treatment will appli to all of them This smill p H n t w i l l b« in operation the f i r s t w e e k In Ulpust "SAMP A=I BIG PL^NT A reison for establishing the tern posarv p l i n t is to show w h a t can be done in a c t u a l pnctice This tern p o r i r y ] lint w i l l h a v e settling basins ind e-ve v e q u i p m e n t that w o u l d be in a bis p ant e\cept that e v e r v t h i n f ; w i l l be on a small scale TO HIRE CHEMIST In his report to the council Peirse recommended t h i t the citv encagt M l t o n as chemist in charge of the t e s t i n g o p t i o n it a m o n t h j v silirv of $110 M l t o n has h i d considenhle e\ penence m the w o i k p ear se sav s he w i l l take up it once w i t h t i e Decatur T a i l w a v a n d Light companv a n d t h e ^ t a l c v M i n u f a c t i rin K crvmpin tl e q u e s t i o n of h i n d l m s t h e i r w a s t e s H e w i l l t a k e lip w i t h the « ile\ peop e the q u e s t i o n of con struct HE a = m i l l t r e a t m e n t p l a n t of t h e i r o w n TORPID "flT 1 R Tl'e last w e e k has h t e n e\ceedmgl hot The highest temperatures regi tered eich dav fo lov\ ',esterdav 103 -it rclav 104 T i i d a v 101 Th u « d v 9« \\ edneslav °s Ti e«div 100 M o n d a v 100 The heit Sundi t b e m ^ r c u i v w e n t t h e l e n t u r m i l k w a s t e r n f r d three p o i r t s o v e r T h i u s a n d s of peo pie spent the div at the paiks Tid in the e v e n i n g tl o«e w h o had a u t o m o l lies w e n t out r i d i n g in them to catch a b r e i t h of iir There were h u n d r e d s of s w i m m e i s a t t h e l i v e r a n d a t Fir'e park LITTLE SICKNESS In l i t e of the torrid w e a t h e r how e v e r t h e r e has not been an u n u s u i l amount of sickness P h v s i o a n s stite I that t h i s is due to the fact t h a t the ' a t m o s p h e r e is exceedingly drv One doctor sud t h i s should be the 1 f a i t h lest sort of w e a t h e r if people w o u l d t a k e the r i g h t care of them e l v e s The e has been l i t t l e sickness renorted amoi s balies except some lei-ding t i o i le« AikMore Mains for Fire Protection. 'HAVEN'T GOT MONEY" Reply of Commissioners-Would Not Rebuild. e n g t n e m e n organiza ion Tu sflav in Chicago It is expected t h a t t h e meeting w i l l b r i n g t h e s l i k e s i t u a t i o n to a head and that def m t o i n n o u n c e m e n t of f u t u r e p o ecdinss of the engmernen and the r a i l r o a d s can be made a f t » r the conference \TTITLDF LN'FWOR VBL^ far the a t t i t u d e of the jreneivl sreis is said to lie un'a orible t i the K r a n t i n g of the req ieois mane t h e m b\ the men but the n a i o r i t v of ·\\abash engint-men are or the opi non t h n * i s e t t l e m e n t satisfact Di v to b i ' h n c n ns w i l l l e made tomo i ow ml t h a t the s t r i k e which if called w o u l d tie up all rail oads w e s t of tl e Illinois I e n t r a l and cripple the t r i f f i c of tb ountrv. is w e l l is tl row ing t h o u s i n d s of men out of t h e i r places w i l l be set tied e n t i i e h A.LL QLIET HFRF N o n e of the w h i t e hot intere* in the sit a 101 w h i c h is i an p a n t in n a n v ities alone: w e s t e r n railroid l i n e s hi is T e t r c i c n e r t D e c a t u r O r s t a n i ' ^ t i o n a f f a i r s a i e b e i n f f h a n d l e d In t h e c o n m i t t e e a p D o i n t » d and nioccedmss 11 e i l t i k l n g Dlace in Chicago w il i»n o f f i c i a l s h e r e are also onlv spectitors in the r e i l fiEht, and few of th»m expect reil t i o u h l e to c i m e f r o m the until hu^ts 1 eal Poc! FalN on Tot Joh i "\\ E^rror m i p cj ed In the \v ibi s ! to the V ab^ h h = 11 t r an ic Id rt m 1 I v ei re elv i i^he 1 on IOTI The i jr he n^" em : yy as tal en i ornmg at^. on one foot h i a h a \ rod fell not =eriou= Mon I th" Scraps of News* TRIPLETS HERE The Swam triplets from Mt Pula- «ki came Saturdas to visit their grand- f a t h e r S H Swam 226 West Decatur ·treet for a week M3 BALLOONS SEEV Man/ Decatur people were craning theii neeks Saturday night and Sundaj n an e"o t to see ome of the balloons w M c h tartcd from St Louis In the race Sat irda\ None of them were sighted near De'-atu-- h o w e v e r P E i C H THE F\LLS Wendell Cross ana Earl Kellington of th s citv. reached Niagara Falls on their motorcvcles last F r i d a j They expect to return to Decatur b a different route 11 a short time I T W O O D B I N E The Just L s club w i l l be at W oodbme all da} W ^ J r e s d a y a? the guests of Mrs V E B r o w n R U I R C M D GOS'IP 4 plea i n t hot v ^ a t h o c c j p a i i o n i c had in l o c i l \ \ a b a h fr n e c r nt, of i es n the dra n p ur o p l i n « tor tb* 1 ne coa r h u t e s n h c h l a v e 1 e p op s i or c o m p a n v s o ind n b o o Iv n T n o v\ il ash T\ nrv ^ b o u t 1 f f ( the l o c a l c pi led r i c h t of j in "p,-*- 1 No on« v v n ra h r c n t v h r i v ini. h d i f t c i v bv t Tom I- t z s bhon' of e n ^\ 11 T fl r I i r n e 1 f r o n h " E N T E P T - i l N QL A.PTET Harrv Hommon ^0- N o r t h B r o a d w a j , entertained t e Decatar Quartet Sunday in honor of his eighteenth b i i t h d a y a n n n e r s a r \ 1 tv ral ed t n o mn^ K a q « i n urcd 11 s r arod I 11 b t; 1 ook too hlSh the do i vv t h o u t I N D E P E N D E N C E CIRCLE I n d e p e n d e n c e D e w i n g circle w i l l meet Ttiesdaj a f t e r n o o n at the Iftime of Mrs Ed M i t c h r l l '·" Fast G i a n J a v e n u e ^ot a s ncle d r u n k w-a^ ar"ested on r t e r " v a ra = of The BhortTge of f i n d s 'o- In" i n i warfer rralrs " b«-insc '" t moie keenlv Viy th cltv council b" a i«e f' !*» man^ d«mTnd« for mini Cine of 'ties n u made at t h ' oun i n r e t l n c Mon rtn rrornirjs w h ^ n Fi -rt ind R bei t -\!U»'|T r«pr«*»it1nK fi« Herat ir T o u n t n l n mr-p^nv ^ A *horb in 1 T E O Prlen o' t h e leader iron W o ks n ,,^ sx-etarv l o r n B v r n e "f the \n o i » t l o n o* ~omm r e is a c o m m i t t e t HFk«rl tar -rt«n«l"n "' m a i n s '"r tn* j i t i c t ' n n arc i n d t h e i r p l , n t s I n t h e r h a m h e r of romf«r-e a d d i t on T h ^ v r -Hv»r! l i t t l e f,n'"ura»em-1 f i o m the rri nc'l FNT = PLAN Th* Mllr- U .. .. _ I.catJir F o i n t u n c o m p a n v a n d w a n t t o m»k» S ^ o n n n w o r t h "f a I d l t i o n s to tl« r i a n t taut saj rf--, w oil'1 not con f , An th«e HTp'o^errent" u n t i l thev ·hniS t h e proo.r protection At r re« , r t t'-er- Is 11 !«"' l n r h Tn11n r " n r l r c u p O«'fl"H a v e n i e t o Jasp-r Btrret »nd r n t i n t c t l P K with he J ji.r street m a i n m a k i n g a loop and inc-M-Mlie the r re«'lr» at this point Jro-n f l f t e t n t o t w t n t v pounds H o w ever tMi rorn«r I- «ome d i s t a n c e from thes« fic-ories an! only a f o u r Inch TO«!n *· run up «" them w h i c h courM i» no protert'on it all The oemmlttee i f f t i t" 1 ' a n p l s h t 1 | v V l«op b» rja up a r o u n d t h e i r btilldlnes IP TO THF CITY ro^'t Vueller pr-enkln.? first «ld that the\ hod tried several ti-ne s to gtt t h t B Mit hid n l w i v « been f u r r e d down because th»v w e r e out of the c»t^ Now tlncf th»v were in the c i t v · nd p a j l n g H t v lavs and w i t e r rev *nue« snonntlnK to , e v e r = i hundred Col'sri" » e a r ind eraplovint: or about to emplov « Urge n u m b e r of m"n ** b«ll«vfi i» win u p t o t h e r-itv f o f i r rlBh the protection a«ked Tn cn,e of a fire out t h f r e now o i- ln«« would be total h« said · for «· ' t »b«oluteh no protectlon F1RF BT* MO\ ED Tn xidition to » 1 it Mr Mue!l r said I would like to add thle said ^r Shorb There um rt to be a fire box it th« Interafctlcn r.f Jasper and Garfleld ·venue which was of «ome benefit to Ml Now that hai b'en mov»d four o- f|v« block* fnrthei south and onlj one block north of the No 4 fire house If th« city inran t give UK protection, w o ·will b« forced to Instal n s stem of our own for protection and when w c j 60 that. It meann )u«t that much mort-v | I*nt thir- thot » c u l d otherwise be sjxnt In IncreisinK tb* size ind th^ ptpicltv or our plant Juet at pr» rnt w »r* handicapped because of lack Of ripltl M * »re tccuring al] of the buttncM we can po««lblv handle vith our c»p«ltr Ilrn1»*d TWITLD NOT REBUILD W* nrr p a v l n p out fOO a v c a r foi |Biur«oc« on »SS 000, «ald Fred Muel- U r The F o u n t a i n comparj has teen w i s h e d on us and now i\ e pro pos- to go a i e a d and m a n u f a c t u r e f o u n t a i n s and do business out there nd w e w a n t to increase our plant to CV t h i s w o r k but we are not going -to 00 it w i t h o u t fi'e protection I am not ^iMiip t h i s as a t h i e n t hut I can t r u t h 1 i l h -a\ that should that plant b u r n d - m n o u t there w i t h o u t w a t e r rrote" tion it w o u l d be one less factofv for D e c a t i r for not a cent of. our mone\ w ou d go I n t o it FACTORIES N E E D E D =f i-etar\ Brne spoke of the keen i _ o m - e t m o n b e t w e e n cities especially = mi er cities in these da%« for secur- i n g m a n u f a i t n i n g institutions f o r t h e m - l v t s of the benefits and special m n e g e n extended such factories to lo i t e in those cities End said he felt D oit ir shou d have the same a t t l t u d a Take the factories awas f r o m this c i t \ a"d we w o u l d as w eil quit doing b u s i n e s s he said PEPLT FKOM MA.TOR Ma o" Dinneen explained that the ncll realized the irmortance and nee i of t h i s f i r e p otection but said t l a ' t h e money f o r l i \ m g mains t h i s was so lirr ted t n a t mams tvere put m onb w h e r e they absolutcli had to be He- mentioned the Jaspe 1 s r e f t u u b w a% as one p ace and s e v e i a l o t h r srpa!] jobs w h o r the mains are bems; p u t li Ust before the street IB l Thesp he s a d w e r e on'v litt'e Jobs as compared w i t h the si7e .f t h » w o - k t h a t w r a d be req n r ed to put in the mains t h ^ s a men we'-e ing for Then he d=kcd Commissioner P ith'aiiff if he knew biro large and cost -t a ion t h i s wou'd raean I h a i e n t the 'ismes now although it h^ b^en f i e ired se\eral times re p i j e d R u t h ' - a u f f MOW ever it would take about 2 000 or " ·( i f e e t of pipe LITTLE PROTECTION M i \ o r Dinneen then asked If It w o u l d g i \ e s i f f i c i e n t tempo ar protection extend an eight in^i main up to these p l a n t s w i t h o u t m a k i n g a loop of H Commissioner R u t h r a u f f replied tha t h t a w o u l d do no good h o w e * e r as a den 1 erd main o f f e n d but small p'O- tection The mas or said ( f any of those pres. ent couM slow w h e r e the monej could he raised he w o u ' d be w i l l i n g to see thf wo'-k done b t of course no one w a s able to o f f e r a suggestion The opli wai to do this said B c r l e r is just as v,e a'e going to do ab ut a j l n g other w a t e r mains in the f u t u r e Make the owner of the prop ert\ benefited pa for it Robert Mueller made a reply to Beck- r r s statement and told h'm of notifying the s'reet department some time ago o! a dangerous street crossing and said up until last F r i d a y night this had not b e n repaired \ et \fter considerable talk n o t h i n g was done the committee (.'t and the matter was practicall dropped there Commission is Expected on Tuesday. Judge W K W h i f i e ' a received his official notice of his a p p o i n t m e n t Mon da\ and took the oath o' office before C i r c u i t Clerk John A.!len His commls sion is expected here b\ Tuesday e^ en ng and he w i 1 hold court at 1 o lock W e d n e s d a \ morning SACKED ICE BOX O "^ en a n d H ab "nee i dir np: member of the ice bix pil f e r e r s union has been operating or I abash t r i m No 1 of t h » C o m n e n t i ! r r ' i t f d i n d d u r ne: the p i ^ t w e ° k his succeeded 'n getting a w i v w i t h «no icrb nixed foods o w a r r ? r , t Mr Hirt de n a r t m e n t in idd ne an a I d i t i o n H n i c k e l to th° price of hreid on d i n i n g ea c W hen the l i m i t e d pulled nto the Deci t u t station Sundiv e v e n i n g at fi ^1 it w a s d s c o v e r p r l t h T t t h e gi·=.! door leading i n t o t- k i t c h e n had bee i broken to allow the thief to reach thr spring lock ind thit the r r f r i t r " r a t -"had been swept clem n hen or how t r e t h i e f f o u n d o p p o r t u n i t y to gain ac - os to the d e p T t n e n t r f i i l n s a mv s t t r v Tb s i = the c ond o f f r n s e of tbe 1 ni o c c u r r i n g on the samr t r a i n re c c r t l v and d w a'cb h" been n simit-d v^i-ich will k e r p the robber h u n ^ r v for some time to come Because Important Witnesses are Missing. The c i t v nd s t i t e ·· = aaamst George ri", is n d -"i s«ne K n o v v ' e s cbi ^ed v th b n o t ' ^ e r ^ i p w ^ r p nn t i n i u d in T i = t i e G 1" s C" n t Mondiv f t ' i r o o n u n t i l J , ' at 1 P m In c o n t l r i l l " the C T = W H « p v d e r mris r . n n i n ,, n i d tint rrinci" To Decatur for Exhibition Game. De'l Cooler Hu"-t D^'l Coov er i blacl sinth 1 elper i n the Wibas i l o c o m o t i v e shoos is ?t pre ent in the W aba h ho p i t i l is tl" res at of a p e c i l ' i r a T i d e r f C o ) v e i w a s b ickhie r ' v f t f o j Ela k i ith " M c G a t r v and wa s t a n d i n g or V e op osite °idc o f a b s: pice of steel f r o m t le 'ick = rr tb w h e n t^e r n o f a v e t be ng d r i v e - " t h r o igh st-uck h i m in t v e cans i ^ s e v e r e l-ce at ons T r e m urv is not of a ser o is mt iro Howard P Hanthorn sweta'% of the Decatui- Baseball club Is planning to make a r r a n g e m e n t s foi the appear an e here of e i t h e r the Chicaso W h i t e Sox o- tbe W a s h i n g t o n Ame r lcan league c ub in an exhibition game some time in August Last \ e a r the New lo^k Gtant-s p l a i ed be e a^d the receipts w e r e 'arge so it is tr-ougl t wise to repeat the nlan this \ e a r Both the Sox and Washing ton a*-e pop liar - R i t h Decatur fans and either w o u l d draw a big crowd 1ST PRESBYTERIAN MUSIC ENJOYED The p'o^ram of music b\ the orchestra at the Sunday night service at tbe F!r c t Pres- M e r i i n was an u n u s u a l l y good one and v a * much anprecfated by the audience The cr hestra plflved six or oieht excee3inffl\ 1 easing nelect'ons It w a s under the dl - r t l o n of George Weatherby Dr C E lei n r y * sermor was on The Abundant Dr Tenncv left last night for Merlden I I w h e r e h« will spend a. part of his -vaca n During his absence the pulpit w'U be ipi 'led as follows J u K 10--Rev W e Dando c-t Illini Con- i-?atlonal church Tulv 2(5--rie* "W" H Penhallegon Autf 2--Rei Elisha Sftfford \UB 9-- ler Eli»hi Bafford Aus 16--Kev W H Penhallegon Through the reit at the month of July scnlrej will be held both morning arid night but In August there will be morning te^ices onh Tho Sunday school will meet each SundM as usual The Ladles All society will meet Friday ·ftemoone ,, ,, _ _ - - Macon Ju \ 13--John Hinton dies at he home o f his son Aaron Hinton in :his cltj Friday e v e n i n g at " 30 after an illness of two w e e k s due to the nfirmities of old age John H ' r t o n u as born in Montgrorr-- e-j court-v 111 nols Vaj 16 1826 a-nd at the time of his death was eights rs one month and fourteen da-js old e -nas united 'n marriage to Jane Harrison who preceded him to the g r a \ e sixteen jears ago To this union were born eleven chil c ren The fo lowing children suri.H h'm \aron Hinton Nathan Hinton Mrs Elizabeth Cook and Ru'us Hin tor all o' iMacoi and TV R Hinton end Jack Hirton also twenti on grandchildren and n no great grand children The body was taken on the 9 4o train S-mday morning to Filmore, where th services were held at the church nea that oitj of which Mr Hinton was long a resident and the body was laid to res beside that of his wife The same min ister conducted the ETVlces w h o offi dated at the funeral of his w i f e Eft teen years ago FARM RESIDEMCE BURNS The residence on the Bart Traughbe farm five and one-hall miles north east of Macon was burned to th ground about 7 o clock Sundas morning the fire being caused by a defects flue Nothing upstairs was saved awd ver few things down stairs such as range davenport and bed BORN. To Mr and M-« Arthur A Stearns .. North. Illinois street Julj 13 a ton Kiohar ROBLEE I\"\ ITED H S P o b l r e pa-tor of th* Con Lional ch i 1 i«s been inMted to t an aatl rss at thp s p \ e n t \ f i f t h a n n n er c ai v eel, gational chin Tuesclav He ration of the Conpre- n in I i t c h f i e l d Mich not expect h o - n e \ e r This church -na-- Mr Hoblee s fir^-t pastorate \ p a i c ; ago OFF · CITY PROPERTK t 1 Corporation Counsel Hal Undertaken the Job. \ WANTED A LICENSE Unfortunate Man is Too Blind to Pe«?dle, An unusual case of a city having tc m o v e a house off citv property came before the council Monday morning K seems that a house be'onging to a Mis P e t t v j o h n at the corner of Wood and Fifth street according to a eurvev taken bs the engineer is f i v e feet ou» on the street line Accordingly she wa" ordued some time ago to remove th« house to w i t h i n her o w n property line This she did not do and as a result tha I corporation counsel reported they were now going to proceed bj law to move the house The attorn 0 s report was received and filed NELSON' PARK ADDITIOV Powers Bros came before the council asking foi the appioval of a tract to be k n o w n as Nelson ParK addition, just w e s t of Nelson paik The place ta to be w i t h o i t a l l e v s but will have lots f i f t v feet w i d e f i f t v f i v e foot streets and a i r o foot boule ard on the east bet w e t n it and the p a i k Mr Powers was informed that as t h a t l a n d ' w a s rot in ST IOHANNt.= PLLPIT H e i m a n Hohenstcm of Bloormngrton occupied the p u l p i t = u n d a m o i n i n s at t i e = t Johannes Geiman Lutl e an church Re W i l l i a m H o v n e fi» pas tor who was in Sioooniei was expect ed home todav PPVTER MEF1ING The Fridav nip it p r a \ e r meeting of the Free M e t h o d i s t cnurch will be held at the home of Ed = t i r k 6°3 bast Leaf land av en le EFILEFTIC~OOLOVr The Stele Enileptic colonv which a nun ber of lePdins: citizens tried to r i v e located tn D cil |r w a s a w a r d e d a j - . h i r l t i m e aso to Dixon 111 Over 1 "00 acies of land h a v e bc-n purchis'd at the cits noyy th in the matter council had no p o w e r as I ir.c spent ,n the r ^ n t y n i l The ' p r l oc i t i n e w tno's has 11=0 1 ft t o w n ! a n d t h e h ^ r r e e n u n " b l e t o locate gr- n - i ^ i l n c t n n t m led in co i t Mondiv for n f n i t h i Is thit t of $°S1 ected on the r o u n d s magnificent be eV- Ere o f boo Mrs M ni » Div is w Ju tlce T F = i x o n t e i da s The -r M i s P a y l s Koel i f r w h o her ha« I r ' t fo ind Mi states i t t o n c r l ^ u l l ter n liw Mi cw fi-e n t 1 wa r a n t t h e -it a n 1 C ' n r n t K o c h e w nt to c f f i ? n l trie I to FEW PHOiTIHTir»s E n e m e m e T are rer ^ r i - i n e in t h e la k · r e i t p r o s f t on ase sm-e the b n n i n g o f the ternf hot weathei- ror d w I h ^ s made th s r ^ r s w a y s ? d le entire rr,[rjp e c^bs a most "s hot ^ the f re lo es t h e y cor er The e lanat on o f this agreeable decrease in r o s t ^ a t i o n s 1 ^ 'n t^e lack o f noi lre The rn» n e\ «n t l m g h the mer u r y is y v e i j up to and £boy e the 100 -k can c^"t nue to Bho-vel coal anr" t] n r i ^ e nl m s= e i but t' o v 1 i s i po^r" on 1 er i id si w rnt o it o f t o w n A W t o f a t t a c h n n t h P " r o n 1 een «u 1 'or her and "1 e will b_ bro isht bick to Dr at i as soon = foi nd ANTRIMS LEAVE FOR BAY VIEW Veth 1 c noon t 5 d i E Zele e ISO W est Pack- has been ill s nee Thursdav Vr- Po' n d s t r e e t w i t h a light a t t a c k of appendicitis HEPF IN - L G t « T ithin J G i l l i hn of Los Angelas ·a! w r i t e s Decatur f n e n l s trat he w 11 be here for a v = i t in August MR 11 F-5LMF~F BETTER Mrs Ceorge W Lv ons i« N o i t h Co' Uge street a « r e t u i n e d fro n Chicago w h e r e s e was called a week ago on account of t i e accident to he- daugl ter M;S P a l m e r Mrs pilmer is im p r o v i n g r i p i d v i id i now entire v out or dinner according to the attend Insr r j h v = c a n si le i s t h e daughter of Mr ard Mrs Lv ons and spent her 1 fe in DC a t u r I e f ore her mamas* M P 3 B A L D W I N B A C K Mrs ] s. B a l d w i n and d a u g h t e r irgm d w ill ret iri borne T u e c d ^ v rom New A i b ? n v 111 w h e i e t h « v h a v e een v i s i t i n g for the pa t few weeks h sj r TV,O « g ·^ c n t jr the s n d a v r- e c c w r t i n t»l of t- f en Eon n 1 "i o N 1 , . - = e o f tie t r- 1 o i at the HANDSOME RACING CRAFT. 4 T Di'V 1= N AMED \ i c h e r ^ Day ~ has been ecer ly poomtel as state e x e c u t h e comra t c n p n from the l Q t h distuct lo t ir 11 nois Pharn acciitical Association TO L ^ K 1 " TRIE r ?nd "\ v rs c E TulM leay e n eht for Con eaut o i Lake Fn w hey w M l snerd a y a a f ' o n Thc\ loiref by a f a m i ' y ' ro n P'-u Mil occupy a cottage at ·!·· 'ake C E M E E T I N G he Chr stian E r d e a y o i soc'etj of he "-"irst rh^istlan chi rch yyill ha- e its m o r t h l y business and soc-al meeting n the basement o' the c urch tonigln is desired t b a t a i l m.ml e'S be p r e = t but the com'^'ttees appointed last ek should m-ke special e f f o r t s to attend The new Sha-nrock' vhich will come acro^ the ocean tc tn for the A-erica = ,, ,,, 411 renort^ sa that rock which racing her in t r j o u t a bu betting on this «tde is «till J n f a v o r o "W \\1TD A LICENSE A stranse r blind in om- e 1 ^ e and almost blird in t r o o he'- a^ked th«a council to grant h m a peTrit to p e l die vegetables her^ to maV-e h s Inlng 1 . Both Comml's^foner ^lude ard Commi^- sioner Pohbins explained to him thac inasmuch as all su h peddlers w e r e required to p a \ a lic«n«e it w o u l d nn r f a i r to o t h e r pcddlei^ to g i v e M*n a free licence no matter how m u c h tha council m l ^ h t feel Inclined to do ^o "W ell T m no foieigncr he said and I am willing to \vork to make m living =*FNT TO CROSS c »- | tcir\ B^ rn*» of the Association oC Cotimc'-cp ^ a s in the room at the ti" rt and sent the man to County O \ e r « e e r o f the Po r Oscar Cross saj Ing that 1C Cro«« ·would approve It tbe Associated, ChTitie-s v-ould pav for the licenre Cro-i f o j n d the man so blind that i« ^ a= in no condition to peddle ana offered to «end him to a Chicago eye In- stit it« The fellow replied that he had been there twice but thev wer* 1 unable to do a n y t h i n g for him and told him ha ne c d not come back anv more as thev could not heip hi»n Cross then offered to send him to the poor farm and al- tbouz^h he Is not going right away, ha w ' l l p^obab go there shortlj £ E t \ E R LATEF^L, COMPLETED Te counc! received and filed the rej»-t of Lnglneer H cks on the Homestead t e w ^ r atc r a! ai c o adonted the count 1 - courts final acceptance of the *ew*r and passed t^e or- iin^nce for the supplement* a ce essment. Picks repo r te'l that the lateral was now in srood c^nd'Lion afte- beirg w e 1 f uhed by the com" ctor """^At-SR WANTS C T D E ^ A L K Geo-ge A.uer aked the council to ordinance a * Oe *a K on t^* north «fde of Grand ax enuf- fr oTM Maple t o t h e I T S fack* We o a id he wa* p'arn ng to bui d out the*-c a^d w a n t e d to build acco r d ( nir to the sradf I n T h * ·walk w a s b r o j ^ h t up once before h j t because o' troub e w i t h the grade at teh I T S tracks ^eas n o t p u t through The e^g^r^er w is orde"Ad to gre*~ up t^f r r o * e again w t h the dea, o' getting th* I T £ to l o ^ e lt« b e t ]ne tracks late- 'es reported col ccted during the past ,_ ... ., . -. ict [ r(a . of t h e pgg^ were a* «21230 ^axton $10842 and ·"north _ . - nl O f \ « MtCoj C c « ( X i O tl e s re^t department la«t and o f the water and T W O G R = S FIKE* W O grass f i r e s one in the p ow. r s t u ' e ard one in tl e n i b'ock on st S a y y y e r street caused tyyo r ins t h e fi'e d e p a r t m e n t Sanday ^o damage -was done by elthtr" tire ph igdelrihia Cincinnati game post-* no^ed "ain B i o o k h n at Pittsburgh, postponed w r t ground* AME^^IC^.^ F"«t Came Chicago New Tork W a'sh and Y M C 4 B O ' R D The regular meeting o' tbe boa'd of fust»es of the Y M C w _1 be h"'d toniaht at " 30 at the bmldme: A.t 2 ^0 o d o c k tben^ometer res- grees th s tered only W'ashmgtO" lu'v H--Genera! Carranza formally notified tbe Ln ed States today that he w o u l d engage in no mediation w h a t e y e r wi-h the Fuerta delegates and -would accept only terms of absolute s-irrcnder Mexico C t j Juh 1 3 -- A u t h o r tatne quarters here todaj declare that unless a quick agreement Is reached between the contending factions in Mexico Francisco Carbajal minister 'or for- eigr affai" will seyer his connection with the adm ristratlon Farmers Ho'dme; Grain Tbe !o» p"ice« offered for gra i 's e ca by rin'oad officials !or the cau«e of the un- espectsd lull in the h e a y v crop moveTent on this d i y W o n of the W abash ana other roa/is operating into the cltv .From ·mail s-ations along the line comes the wpra tnat farmers h a \ e c a n c e l e d mans orders lor ca--s and t h a t they ar* holding their gram fat a, rU? '8 Jn*rliet, 000 000 "·» 000 000 0^ Keating and Boston 0* Vorton and O Veil Collins and Ca r - ·leran Det^o't . . 0 \\ ash'ngton 0 Ma«n and McKee John c on and Ain- «mith PEDEH * L. FIRST GAME St L-ouis . 0 A 0 0 0 o Chicago 0 0 0 1 0 1 Batterie* -- G^oom a"d Chapmar "Watson and T\"«on FIR C T G4.ME ffa'o ^ 5 0 0 1 0 Ba'tior"*-e 0 ^ 1 0 Batter-ea--Moo^e helm and Ruseel! and Allen, 0 « 0 » Wil- MANY ATTEND OPEN AIR SERVICE, T he Sfteord of the open a r services Jn Cei- tra] park unde r th» ausofce* of the Ministerial association ^undo.5 night was large v attended Man\ o f t h e church people ard n?ans who are not In the habit of attending cMircn were present The First Methodi*t chjrch was tn charg* 1 of the «er\!ce th« pastor Rev E M Antrim gi\ Ins the ad- Slr Antrim I subject was * Twice Born Men Tfe church and Re\ "R S jartet sans several rumb-ert Cannon offered orayer. MEETINGS. Irdependence Camp P ** A --HegB'a- neetlng In I O O r hall op East Man and TVI'Mara street tonight at o clock Modern Brothe-hood of America, rjecatjr Lodjre **o 2138--Regular meeting Ir ral! on East Main street at 8 o clock tonight MASOVIC Ionic Loi'ire No 812 A F «.n« A M-» m«*Unc tonight ·( nFWSPAPFRI

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