Decatur Evening Herald from Decatur, Illinois on October 22, 1930 · Page 2
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Decatur, Illinois
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HAVE LUNCH TODAY AT, ROTH-JOHNSON DRUG COMPANY 143 N. WATER ST. Hot*. F. A Complete Dru$ Store Call n* when In heed nf-- ontrroHES, TBVSSBS, BED TANS, ABDOMINAL SUTPOBT- XBS. 1KVAUD CUSHIONS, HYFODKBMKi 8Y KINOES, IttSVUOi. DIABETIC JEIAO MAIL ORDERS ADO lfl* FOB POSTAGE Thundiy, Friday and Saturday DEEP CUT PRICES .$1,36 Plnkbam's Vtgelable Gompowd .89e $1,00 PiralMOodUv«r Oil, Pt. ....... 74c 760 Flteh's Dandruff Romovir Shampoo _.69c 75o RMtian Typo Mineral OH .......... 59c $1,00 Lysol DWnfeotanl .............. 79e $IJSOMalHflo with CodUver Oil ........ 98o SOoCawaralromaHc .--. ............ 39e Aspirin Taikts, botHo of IWUgr, ......49o 28o Rexall Llvor Salts ................ I9c $1.00 Peplona, Our Best Tonlo ......... 79c 50o Klonzo Mouth Wash ............ 36e 50c Milk of Magnesia ............. 3 $1,00 Zonite DUInfoelant ........ 79c BOoWHeh Hazel ............ 3»c $1.00 QHrooarboaalo . . . .79« $I.OONu]ol ~~ 50c KLEENEX Phone 2-0189 We Are , Prescription Specialists B«fl*ter«d PhnrmnoUt* Always In Charge Freaorlptlom Carefully Compounded FREE CITY BELtVBBY FOUNTAIN SERVICE - Try Our Special Doable Dipped Malted Milks Milk Shakes W« are establishing an enviable reputation at our fountain for Milk Ditnkfl. Rich, nourishing and delicious. Llggctfs Heavy M11K BlttetiWfPt Chocolate used exclusively at our inn tain. Lb, coeoado LI nun 8 Pkga Cascade Ltnew jfinvtlopw FREE With 2 Packages Both For AQ 49C October S«le of TOILET GOODS flOo llv«»»ln tind Bane WMer Tooth r**i* .... Wo Mttrrow Oil ffnampoo .^ 70* Ctanrgl* Bo*« Body Fowder ... Mo Pnlmnllve Shnmpoci .. ·1.00 11.09 Qltlnln* flair ^ Tonic ...... (MMi Cnopanut on Shampon -MM l»r. W«af» Tooth Bra*h ....... 16o Th*»trliwl CoM Orram, Ib. .......... tao Milk of MftJftMla Tooth fiwt* . ««o NWtf Depllntory .. 360 19e 69c 16e 39c 79c hi lr. Tooth Milk Wwt fat Fiic l'«wler ROSA Dnth M«1t* ........... 34lf OmTKln Ro^n F«W Powder . ---- ... *1,IMI Coty's l.'Orlitun Knee Puwler .. *i, as Flnmid's Lllfttt Tollut Wnlor __________ Mo Hind'* Ifnnnv nnrl Almnnd Cr*i»m ftfc J. it J. Tiaby Tnlc . . -------- 10eK*j*pHan «,| Palm Soup. /Xrf 4 C»k«a ..... .. ·«/%, Bctttlt Cnld 1'aUlct* ...... Rlkor'n White Wns MrntholutwL. J^ose nnd Throwt Atomlioi* -- "Smiff" Your Cold Away With Vapure . ln^, and youi noso starts tunning, call on Vapure. A, tow diopu on your hand- kfltehldf, Inhaled o f t e n , will h«lp check your cold anil clear your B/\» etulfy hand OUC CLAPP'S Baby Soup and Strained Vegetables Prwerlbtd * r w « j W W ·«·; «iii*t* to (uppiemoni (no Milk dl«t. **·** foodlp av S «)ith*ni at hours a w»«k ffltohen tlma. Coit* IMI than *.*£« «"«· 2J. Here's a Laxative Children Take With Pleasure Box of Sixty SOc Rewll Orderlies a i s chocolate flavored They lust* Ilko windy Thsy combine gentle effsctlv*n*as with thin plens- »"t taste. Give them to the chiidwn, Sold only at Roth- Johnson Dmf Co, A Complete Drug Store Thin store will compote fa- votably with Boms of the largest dru? stores Jn th* mettopolitan oltlen We carry In stock many Items not found In the avsr- age drug store ANTITOXINS SERUMS VACCINES INSULIN DIABETIC FOODS HYPODERMIC SYRINGES ABDOMINAL SUPPORTS CRUTCHES BED PANS TRUSSES LOGAN COUNTY OROUP HERE TO BOOST WORTH 40 Business and Civic Leaders Call Upon Decatur Voters Tuesday HAS HOME SUPPORT Forty Logan county supporters of Evan Worth, Republican nominee for the LegUlatura, were In Deoatur Tuesday, visiting Macon county Republican headquarters, and calling upon Decatur butlneas and profe* npl men, The group travel In 12 automobile*. C. B, Btelnfort, prealdent of the Lincoln Chamber of Commerce; William B. Hodnett, president of the Lincoln, Building" and Loan association; L. J, Gilbert, chairman of the Logan county Republican committee, and A. L, RkhanUon, vice chairman of the county committee war* In the group, City Official* Hero County and city officiate went David W, Clark, mayor of Lincoln; B. C, Goff, coroner; B. J, Tobln, county surveyor; Juper Albroghc, formerly sheriff, and Vincent Jon**, circuit clerk. Bu*lne*s and profmlona] men In the party Included M, L, Gordon, Dr. Dean Boolan, Dr. Wade Doty, D. B. Mowery, George Woodward, W. C Lutz, O. E, Teager, Loul* Lautr, Oscar baker, W. B. William*, Charles H. Wheeler, L, E, Smith, Churls* W. Routeon, Floyd Weynter, J. B. Miller, Lyman Mangtu, Richard Humphrey, Dr. C. C. Montgomery, Dr. L. R, Brannon, Dr. J. M, Knoahel, David Rhoad*, Marvin Richardson, Homer B. Hatrln, George Qulsenberry, Charles E. Dobner, A, Marcuccl, Elmer Brown, F. G, DeHa*i«, W. P. Moos, G, D Cramer, and A. M. Armstrong Warm Support At Home The gtoup repie*ented a oroas section of business and professional lite of Logan county, including f aimers, loan agents, political leaders, print- era, dentists, oil dealeis, clothing arid dry goods store proprietors, hard- warn dealers, truck driven, painters, carpentoi *, conli actors, lawyers, physicians, automobile dealats, bank- 01 B, confectioner)! and grocers. Members of the party entered enthualstioally Into att intensive *f- fotl to acquaint Decatur voter* with the qualifications of Mi, Woith for a seat In the Legislating fiom this district, and gave aenuiance that h« has warm support 'In his homo county 50 ROACH SCHOOL PUPILS WILL MAKE LINCOLN PILGRIMAGE Plans for taking BO Roach puplU on the so mi-annual "Lincoln Pilgrimage" to Spilngfleld were. completed In the tegular monthly meet- in); of Roach Fathers' club Tuesday night In the Roach school, R. A, Harper -was In cliaigs of the meeting. The pIlBiimage wll! BB made Frt' doy The Bludenl* will joumey to Springfield In private automobiles, Auangements weie made to con* duct monthly meetings on the fourth Tuesday of each month, Instead of ihe third Tuesday as hai bnen customary In the past. The next meelng will be TJov 29, An advisory committee was appointed with Ralph Cowgltl as chairman, and Beit Dooie and J Pw- zynskl a» members D Mils tend was elected chaltman o[ the entertainment committee, membeis Included John Davln, Hemy Albright, Harold Condon, Bert Door* and George Haupt. D. H. S. HOME EC7 CLUB^LANS PARTY Homo Economics club of Decatur igh school will have a Halloween peity Dot 27 In the home or Dotothy Llcek, Ml South 21st stieet, Plan* were made In the club meeting Tuesday afternoon. Janice Peemble and Betty My el s spoke on decorating a girl's room, Kathiyn'Stacy and Vh- glnia Walte will have charge of the meeting next Tuesday. Harvests Peck of Peanuts Grown in Yard of Home Roy Coppenbnrger h« finished harvesting a pock of peanuts ftom an original planting of 9 cents worth Roy, who studied botany lost year In high school and became interested in peanuts, bought a nickel sack of the unroaated vailety last spiing and planted them In h|g backyard like potatoes. This fall Hoy dug up more than a peck, He brought part of a peanut vine to The Herald office and It Is on display In a window ot The Herald Furnace Repairing Leave vour order with UM now for a Qunlity r*. pair joh. if it is «t all poislMe, we can make your furnncn do good work (trt you thli winter. Phone 2-0735 XXth CENTUBT FUBNAOES W. F. Seyfer Son «3 North Main Street LARGE CROWD SEES "TOM THUMT MOCK WEDDINGJN CHURCH The "Tom Thumb" mock wedding arranged by th* northern clrda o the ladtee* aid aoclety of Oraca Metn odllt lira* glv*n Tueaday night before a large audience, · The wedding gueiti Impenonatei promlrftnt perscnif** of the world In political and theatrical circle*, and Included children of the primary de partment 1 of tha church, Th* mo* effective Impermnatlona war* tboH of President and Mr*, Hoover, Mr and Mr*. A) Smith, Colonel and Mr* Lindbergh and young con, Junior and ARID* W Andy. Rev. Harris G. Beck conducted th« ceremony. The part of the bride WM played by Darlenft Bradley, three year* old daughter of Mr. and Mrfl Keith Bradley, 312 South Nineteenth si, and the part of th* groom by Keith -Andrew*, four year* oil ion of Mr. and Mr*, H. J. Andrew*, 93K North Church atraet. Mr*. Xrvi Klrkwood wa* chairman of tna mook wadding and Mr*, Lawrence Oobart waa in charge of the ticket «·!*. ST. THOMAS CHURCH RAZARJHtAWS 1,400 Record Set for Firet Day; Qiicken Fry Tonight Approximately 1,400 peraona attended the opining day of the St Thomaa Catholic church baMr Tuea- day. Thl* 1* the lirgeat crowd ever to attend a firit day of baaar* given by thli church. All booth* ware credited with mtny aale*, and there wa* a demand for blanket*, hand* work, and doll*, The women aervad lunch, and In the afternoon conducted a card party, W*dne*day evening win be he chicken dinner from 4:30 to t o'clock in Community hah; 2160 North Edward itreet Twenty-two table* of card* were n play In the party Tueiday afternoon, Bridge prl»a were won by Mr*. Opal Curran, Mr*. William Donovan, Mr*. Helen Dunn, Five hundied sward* went to Mr*, Henry Keeler, Miw Mabte Behlarb, Mr*. Nora Doolln. Pinochle price* went to Mr*. Frew, MM, Wheat, Mr* Lacy, and Mra, George Htmmon, Jr., won an attendance prise. A llar party will be given Thursday, the same award* to be distributed Those prevent at 2 19 will receive the bonu* e" 100. THREE SPEAK IN DEMOCRATIC RALLY IN MACQN TUESDAY Democratic candidate* for public office In the election of Nov. i were ·peaker* Tuesday evening In a Democratic rally In the Knlftht* of Co- lumbui hall In Macon. The speakera were Howard Doyle, candidate for representative; Scott Warn Ick, candidate for ah«Tlft, and C. A. Thrift, candidate for county tteaaurer. Democratic Judge* of election had a meeting Tueiday evening In the Decatur headquarter*. A Democratic meeting will be conducted Wednesday evening at T 30 o'clock In Warrennburf}. County and dlsttiet candidate will *peak. Hoi- ace B. Caiman, Decatur attorney, l (JHciHB "Banking Amendments " L. O Williams ot Clinton will teJk on "Tax Amendments." The meeting will be In the auditorium of the Warrenaburg High school. MAN ARRESTED IN LIQUOR RAID SERIES FINED $100 TUESDAY Alonzo Dowell, one of 20 arrerted on liquor charge* In recent raid*, pleaded guilty to a pOMeralon charge Tueaday in county couit and wa* flnod $100 and cost* by Judge J. H McCoy. Elide Fieeninn, also aueoleU In the raids, waa leleuned from jail Tu«*- day, after providing bond* for both city and state charges of possession. DRIVER ARRESTED ON LIQUOR CHARGE Oscar Hoi ton, giving hi* addrew a* 1430 Kant Sidgwlok street, wa* mieutcd Tuooday evening by Bert Taylor, itate highway patrolman, ind locked In the county jail on harge* of driving an automobile whila Intoxicated and driving on both sides of a state road. Th* highway patrolman filed state bargee against Horton. He will be arraigned before Judge J, H, McCoy f the county court Modern Woodmen Camp to flare Homecoming Tonight Pinna have been completed for the' homecoming of Easterly camp No, 426, Modern Woodman, Wedneaday evening in Woodmen hall, North Main and William streets Mayor O W. Smith and prominent Woodmen, ncludlng George Hatzenbuhler of Bloomlngton, a national director ufi he oriei, will apeak. Tbe drill team and quartet of Camp No. 144 will attend the homecoming and furnltth entertainment. All Modem Woodmen of the county, and vl«ltlng Woodmen from elsewhere, are Invited to attend the homecoming. 'The Unjust 'Steward" Topic of Revival Talk Evangelist E. M. Zerr preached on he subject, "The Unjust Steward," n revival service* Tueiday evening n the Church of Christ "The steward uiid hi* prevent ctr- mm«tancea In such a way as to be prep*red for the future," tald the evangelist. "We are exhorted to make such use of cur circumstance* u will prepare UP for the eternal future." RECOVT5B STOLON CAB An automobile itolen from Ralph vValnwlejr waa found Monday night abandoned In south of Lake Dec*- RESERVATIONSON SANTA FE TAKEN FOR TWHfEEKS Decatur Patron Uiuble to Get L o w e r Berth OH "CaKfonm Umittd" COOL SNAP A BOOM Tueiday afternoon U»e Wabastt ticket office asked tha Santa Fe pamenger department tn Chicago for remrvatlone on IU crack train, "CaH fornla Limited." It WM Informed that all lower berth, oft that train war* reserved for two week* In advance. There were, of counw, other train* that could accommodate tb* pro*pectlf · patron. Th* Deeatur patron preferred to ,rtde the Limited, What aeoond choice would b* nude, If any, th* local office had not yet been advlied. Thl* waa hlatory for th* local of. lie* men, at never before have they known a time when * itaffia lower could not be had on the Limited ·van during the big iu*h setfon Doubting tha authenticity of the ·tatament, tha tneuaga wa* repeat ·d, M*uranco coming back that there had been no mlaundoratandJnf, and that all tower* on that train bad been re*erved for two week* In advance. Tha recent cold weather I* potalbly th* reaaon for the unusually early ·outhwMtward migration, FINISH CONCRETE JOB TODAY The auperlntendent of the Jerome A. Uoas company, 608 South Dearborn (tract, Chicago, on th* construction Job in the Wabaih roundhouse, in a statement Tuesday reported that all th* concrete for the drop engine pit would b* poured by noon today. The estimated amount of concrete to be used wa* IM yard*. The drop, which run* the width of three engine pit*, will have a frontage of 72 feet It will be IB feet deep and 10 feet wide. Work also ha* begun on installation of the new smoke conductor* placed at the lead of the engine pit* to facilitate in carrying a m o k e and *t«am through the smokestack*. The work i« expected to be completed by Nov. IS, and the workmen on the Job expect to return to Chicago at that time "BUM" BUSINESS GOOD A special agent In the Wabaih yartln reports that there i* at least one kind of business that is good, and that In "hum" buiine*, the mint- Mr of bums having doubled several Limes within the last few month* When asked where they are bound the usual reply Is "home," and it Is not Infrequent that Identical ones are caught riding tn opposite directions and still insist they are enroute home. ThU does not apply to the negro gratia passengers--they are always "boun' fo' Detroit". TOO MANY TIB-VPS A bulletin was Issued fiont the Springfield division of the Wabaeh o all trainmen concerned to oiit n keeping th* Btuffrnn crossing ojwn, as complaint* had been made charging exceeilve traffic tie-up* at hat point on accountof ttalni block- ng the ctosslng. On account of the 730 a. m, yard ocomotlve In th* Wabwth yojds be- ng put on regularly, except Sundays, bids will be received from engineers and flcwnen of reassignment* of all Decalur yard job* up until 8 a. m., Monday, Oct. 37. SHORTEN "GOOSENECK" It wu neo«*»ry to *horten the roossneck on the wateitower In the Cast Decatur W.abosh yard*, work laving commenced yenlerday. The low of water was *uch that It was difficult for firemen to control the water pipe. Shortening the goo**neck made U necessary to shift the position of one of the brace girder* on th* tower SIGNAL MKN Member* ot local 50, Brotherhood ot Signal men have elected officer* for the en*ulng year ae follow*: Chief Signal man--C. M. Cloyd, First vlce-chlef-G. W, Lanler. Second vice-chief--B. M. Raider. Recording *ecrelary -- Thomas Cloyd. Sccrctory-tieasurer--W. J. Hott Trustees--H. W, Cooper, C, B. Gust and Oeorge Roe, Grievance committee--R. C, Stone, O, W, Lanlor. J, D, Allen. WINTER JOBS Fireman Thorncll bid in the vacancy created by th* abaence of *»atlor Gust, tn Employes hoipltal bocauae of a broken leg. Fireman Loving and Fireman End* bid In th* new main line hostler and helper position!. With the approach of winter and th* prospect of drag* Handicapped by snow and cold, regular assignments aa Dottier are not the monotonous assignments they vesrn to b* when weather conditions are fair. THE BOARD Nine through freight engine crewa were *ent west on Springfield division during the 24-hour period ended Tunday evening. That was th* big board on that division In many weiki; It included th* crew with the inspection epeclU and a B C out on train S ENQINEBtta BEGALLKD Engineer* O'Brien, Stern and Mo Cullough, **rvlng as firemen during the day* when buslnes* wa* *low, have been recalled to the engineer*' extra board. WABA8H DIVIDENDS Reaaauratue that th* Wabcjh railway expected to earn preferred dlvl- denda thla year WM extended In a, aUtement Is*ued by William H. WlllUnw, chairman, IB New York Saturday. % "In the iprlng I stated it wa, our belief t»e WabMh would earn not MrSeO^Neill Says Ruth, Dry Stand Frames Votefo HUNTERS WARNED AGAINST SHOOTING IN RESTRICTED AREA Mmat O. Good, dMikt Inapacto of the etate department of oonnr- vatton, Tuaaday warned btmter* ·gtlnat (booting tn UM areu of LalnlHoatur, betow Rart bridge or on th* tfualter land «outh ot th* lake, marked off aa » gam*pr***rva Illegal ·hooting I* punl»hable by tinea ot from V» to tMO apd Rtx month* IK Jail, Due' may b* *h«t north of Rea'i nrldg* providing I I* not don* before aunrita or after awaot, tha fame Inspector aald. Via latlon of tha time of (hooting U .._.._ by^ja^fliB,. ' MIXED SWIMMING IN "Y" POOL PROPOSED lurches and Y. M. C. A, May Unite Activities Swimming for mli*4 group*, boy* and glrle, man and women, In th* T. It C A. pool and other Bunday afternoon activities were proposed M poMlbt* feature, In a program of co-operation between the Y, and D* itur church** Monday Bight Twenty-eight leader* of T work and church work In th* city ware present In th* meeting tn which member* of the 8*ntor board of the Y, M. C. A. ware hoiti, Conrad Kranc talked to the group presenting the roblema of co-operation between T nd church In advancing character ulldlng program* tot Decalur, Hit talk WM followed by Informal dl* UMlon of apceffle problem*. In a questionnaire pMted out mong the mlnlater, and board member*, tbo*e preeant wen atked to check toe activate, favored for undey afternoon *up*rvi**d recr**- on and character work, Thoee present favored hike*, Informal mixed dlicuwlon group*, mixed wlmmlng In the T. M, C. A. pool under lupervfalon) flre*lde meet- ng*, *ocial gamei, educational and rellglou* motion picture*, forums, uutkil program* and other actlvl- l*s. At the clow* of (he meeting th* roup determined, to begin action on be co-operative progiam by appoint* ng a young people* committee la ach church and to hav* chairmen f the committee meet with the boy* work committee of the Y. M, C. A ai luperviftlnff council, ITATE COMMANDER TO INSTAL V. F. W. OFFICERS NOV. 18 Henry A. Cohen of Chicago, Wale 'ommander of the Veteran* of For- ign War*, and C . E. Welltnin of )anvllle, «Ute adjutant, will b* in ecatur Tueiday, Nov. 18, for th* In- taltatlon of new officeTM of Herbert . Ryman poll. The Initalletlon will be made the ecailon tor a "pedal meeting ot the ecatur post Th* new officer* to be Installed follow: Commander--Fay Icke,. Senior vice-cornmander~E, P. Men- rlck«. Junior vice-commander--Anton Noak. Judge ndvocute--Byion M, Merriit. Quartermaster-- Dr. H. U. Parrolt. Sutgeon--Dr. John J. Hopkln*. Commander Icke, will announce ppolntlve officers In the meeting of ov. 18. Po*t m«nb«r* wei« a**ured Tu«* ay evening that the AMOclallon of ommeiQ* will co-operate in tha Ian* for the joint V, F, W.-Leglon arade on th* evening of Arm It lice WORKMAN INJURED BY FALLING BRICK Ed McDonald, a ileefwoikman on the new Cltlecnn 1 building Job, wa, erlously injured Tueaday afternoon wfien » bi Ick became dislodged .bove him and fell 20 feet, striking htm on the back ot the head, McDonald wa, taken to St, Mary 1 * lotpltal in one of Moran'a ambu- ances. X-ray plclurei were taken o determine whether hie ikull WM ractured, laOoween Committees to Meet JWtday Night All members of committees and ub-commlltee* in charge of plan* or the civic Halloween celebration Mi parade were requested Tueiday by Ralph C. Varner, gencial chairman, to attend a meeting at 7:30 o'clock Thunday evening In UM city hall. Arrangement* for the parade are o be worked out In detail in the meeting. Member* of th« price committee eported Tuesday evening that they ire meeting with auccen In obtain- ng the 200 or more price* from merchant*. ^ LEAVES HOSPITAL J. M. Brownback, vice-prettdent f Mlllikln National bank, who re- ently underwent an operation In Docatur and Maeon County hoapltal, WM able to leave the hospital the flr.1 ot the week, H* will IM con* toed to hi* horn* for eont* time. TM than our preferred dividend," ·aid Mr. WUllama, "NotwIthataBd Ing UM valoped, earning* will be IB **oe*e of one and one-half Urn** tha fU*d obarge* and more tbaa UM amoimt ot our prt ferred dividend* tor tb* eurrtnl d Mr. WUllama, "NotwIthataBd- th* vary aubatantlal reduction ta corn orop that MbfaquaHUy da- oped, wa continue oonfldwt our NKWSPAPLkflHCHIVE*.-. ', although tb*,margin wW Mt ,, j» high M wo b*d mpwted before tha failure «f the «ogi " OPPOSBJIEPEAI ""·T"TM"* h* r candidacy for U ·IOT B* * moral cnitaa Honwn O'Neill spoke -'- L 'U» crowd of j packed the ur E? 1 .!?.e«** SK. her alUflk Vjen u»T^"*! candidacy of Mr*. Ruth HUM St **zshsssir£tt tmi farenoa of etate leader* ^SSL adopted tha atete platfonn f^tT charged with U la the gangster*' u way rid* that and, Ritt Net A U, Mr*. O'Neill aald .h. ,,v, M thought to an Independent ean«M»ey until *h* had mad* a dttlMte »« regular protest afalnat th* plot* Chicago Republican liader* tOMti. J TM ** Party* prohlMUM prhv "Mw. MeCormkk ha* no rfcht t* claim *h« u dry. Bite tell, ym that *h« i* privately, polltteally, pikWy legally, MM! other*!** dry. u*ho! ,o dry, why I* *h* not ukiftg tb, voter* te bt ,ubmltl*d la tb* ak* lion Nov. 4T Rav* you baw* b* advise a «lngl* voter tawtt'M't * "*WWHJlllftt A FVMftMM "t tell you that the Nferen«w It a frame-up on Illlnol* dry vetw*, planned wid f Inaoeed by th* a*t*ds tlon «ppo*ed t» prohlbltlon-|*t tt* only candidate to atep up «ut w ·he'll abide by tha molt i* lira, M? Cormick. "Mr. L*wl* toll* you he I, tor tbt repeal of the Eighteenth amtndmit regardle,! of the referendum, I ae- mire a candidate who hu eewte. Uon, and i, ready to stand upot them, rl*e or fall, and I tell you Uw I urn opponcd te (ha rtptal of Uw Eighteenth amendment under say circumstance,." Mm. O'Neill reviewed h»r recert M a member of the Illlnoli lefkU. tu« for eight yean, In whlth ih supported leglnlatlon In the Internt of labor and agrleulture and tatt* duc«d th* bill which pnvldci ftr education of crippled children u state expcn*e. No Hlver swoon* "I wwn't born with a ,llver wow n my mouth." ehe «ald, "I hm faced th* ecenomio problem* of lho«e who earn their living by th* work of their hand*, t think m can get better reprt*ent*Uon Mai one ot my experience than from millionaire daughter of Mirk Hinna, "Wh*n Mr,, McCormkh wai a candidate for congreiimsn at l*rgt, ·h* was quoted ai laying that it, H a profeeiionsl politician and wanted to Kft into office to prartlM htr prof««itoit. In abandoning ih* patty policy an prohibition to Join wttt Mayor Thomp*on'* gang ot Cook county, w* H* her pracliilng air proteMlon." In declaring hir belief that lira,' HcCottnlck will be denied a Mat to h* Senate, if elected, Mr*. (Witt recalled the refu,,l of wate to L«rh mer and Smith of Itllneln, and th* reiotution of cen*ura adopted by th* Senate In the Newberry e»» 'In he Newberry case, the aenata frowa- ed upon an expenditure ot fltMK md Medill McCormlck voted for thi eeclutlon," she nald. Only One Qualified "Ot the three candidate, for tk, United State, Senate, I am the eab; ne who can legally takt tin oat* « hi, office, It el«ci«d," atnrttd ttn. O'Neill 'The oath provide* that each wt very member, before taking bit H»t, wear to btar true faith an* alto- glanc* to the CoMtitutlon, wlUmit n,nlal re*ervatlona or evttlonh "Neither Col. Lewie not tin. IWW Hinna McCormtek can take Oat ath without roiervatloni, -Col. I*wli IMP openly dectoirt iimtelf agalnit th, BlfbUentn mendment, and many of hi, tel« ncourage nullification. irlftVOM Rflp^fU j. With the Republican BomUjN, « i even worse. She annount* self a dry and received her tlon as a dry, but «he It work for repeal. "If the Senate ot the United IHaW ahei Into It* membemhfp ... , ionl«t* and those clever In tvadlM th* oath: If it open* It, i'- wealthy politician,, who are o spend vaat ,um, for a «M he foundation ot rtpreientatlvt gov rnment 1* ehaken, · -Art lh« cltlam, of IDInolt . t«rn their slate government , the Chicago city h*U gan" Jili la what th* election of II Cormick will ·ceompllKh. WIN Bo tteftMd Seat 1* UUnol* ready to elect to Senats a cantldate with a F" dve bankroll and * talent for tlcal 1 polWca,? , "Are you »bl»i to ntrmtt lW» «·'« to bt dHhonored by eleottMt OM «« will unqueatlonably bt refuart * ·*·' n tha Senate? , "My oandldacy la In U*t nato i deltveran** for UMM. voter, Mimot, M foal Amwtcaaa, «« andldaui opealy oppoaraf tnt ·* I am rgnnliif tor on* oontmltM to s-MrtasL-ja-M^ *«S«RS3BBS hart In IHInals, ^M»M» -LetStia git rW d tfca§t_ h ««gJJ »Uh*d poliUMl macUMti"·"·£! camtMaTTlrN to »· Nr«*»af ttradnic on tba Lakt Shore dr Bid, park has IM mma additional south ** the drK iMlnt done, In tr the toot ot Jack No further fxt wett la coatempli Drive win not be but will U allow »b, winter where Decatur «chool ·wet again Frldi «» matter* of t that cannot be aver until the ne Publication «l delayed by Carl * *hea R«y, Vem navt time to tnv x*d will be taken

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