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Page Eight T H E D E C A T U R R E V I E W Friday Evening, July 17, 1914. THE DAILY REVIEW. PUBLISHED BVERT DAT. at the Deeatur. tllfnof* Pn«tofftc« -cldM mutter The Review Publishing Co. DKCATUR, ILLINOIS. Offle* In Rcvleir Building, corner of Main tnd North itrMlfc Advcrtlalnr rMra m*da known oo avttll Mtl«D at thJi offtc«. TSRM8 Or SUBSCRIPTION- OB* y«ar (In R4vftne«) |500 ·x month* (in advanoa) 250 fhr** month* (In anraner) 125 P«r weak . 10 Th« fe^lew doea not know ingLj accept falM» or fraudulent fiflvtrtlslnK, or otfcir n 1 | vertlatng of an objectlomblf nat ire h \ t r \ advertisement In It* columns In p r i n t e d v. t full conflrt*nc« In th* ha ncter an ' n 1 i b!Wy of the *d\ ortfBT sin! t i n truth of f l r«pre**nlationa mud" Readers of Tho ii i lew w i l ! rinf«r n r a v o r if i h e v w l promptly report nnv f t ur« on th*» ; art an ·d\flrll*rr tr nrnki t,iod « n \ r i p r t - v n t i 4 lion contain*"! in a. 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a n other 'exile * The two should ha*e an eTtenshe l i n e of I n t e r e s t i n g r e m a r k ^ tn make to each other B u t t h e c h a n g e s a r p t h a t H u e r t f i b T managed to send abefld of him the w h e r e w i t h a l to live c o m f o r t a b U in Europe Tnat is w h a t Diaz did i t seems to be one of the f i r c t things to Ket attention from Mexlnn r u l e i ^ They don t stake the Mast dollar' on the game they play in their own coun t r j , t h e *tre not men of t h a t k i n d of material Well, Huertn. makes the second exile from Mexico in Europe There was another ruler of the name of Ma dero. he stayed !n Mexico a little too Jongr and they put him u n d e r the sod He was abeut the richest man In Mex ico and It ie said he m e a n t w e l l all aroufid, but H did him no good Huerta w«« able and really did ptit up n s t i f f fjfffet tgaJnst conditions t h a t w e r e t n o ranch for hSra, bot he ha= to go the exll« route And the first to travel the route was Diaz, the abl*et man t h a t Me«Ico has prodused It l e n t altogether a pleasant t h i n g to he chief ruler In Mexico And one can't be at all sure that the V n l e r m o n s nd c a i T l m i p e s wore ' h - - i l v T t i n o f ^ h i f e K e i t h Ian -v eir 1 h r w 13 a d r o u t h on a t t h a t time o n e t r n i p i r t l \ M i r n e r l tTie crops t h a t w e e r o n ^ i d r i e d a .tnnrlrn m t h i s cnun t r \ B u t m i n v a b o u t t h e place hap- I enert mifin t h p l i n nf p l p n t i n ^ melons These dirt f i n e ind U h l t e H e a t h w a s r o s p e i o i i n It w n s d i s c o v e r e d p e r h a p s r the f i r s t t i m e In these parts t h a t n I n n s rio well In rtr\ t e a r s And po more m e l o n s were p l a n t e d a! out T\ h l t e Heitti this Tear This Is no« the one p r o m i s i n g crop of all t h a t ne chl i r h o o d the ch i n c e s are It w i l l m i l i record A s h o r t while s i n c e m o ^ t of i;« -Kould h a v o picked melons as the poorest prospect of all in i rlrv i e n r h u t n o w A e kn n b e t t e r t h a n k b to the T\ h l t e H e a t h demonstration N e x t l e a r the G a r d e n =!pot m a j be shlppinsr m e l o n s by t h e t r a l n l o s d 5 t a n u e t m g of the stockholders O f the N i t i o n l Bank o f D e r a t u r it -ms v o t 1 to I n i r e i s e the c a p i t a l storl' if t ! b n i k f r r r n J 1 0 0 J O O t o t ' n o iino HISTORY OF CIVIL WAR DAY BY DAY of T\ T h i n ^ ' o n D t -- T if ^ecretar 1 , n m n i f i e ind tlu ^ e c r t - t a r v of a e r i L u l t u re h a \ e- O M I I c t f d i 1 in-, \\ h e r e h \ theii- t \ \ o d p p - j i t m m t c w i l t c o m b i n e In j r o n ^ t r i t i \ t u d \ o f T h p c u p p ! j a n d r p o t n n o n of t i m b e i i n t h e I n ted ^ t i t e ^ \ h i h h i" n o w h e L o m e one of t i e 1-ic- " ) i r i \ i t i o n a n d i n i u s t r i i l pi i b t e m The ^ t u d 1= to b^ iiri' 1 '* _ _ t i k e n ii T e- t p i ( B f h i t rh* m e t h o d * i c ed i n f \ p ' o i t J n g t i m l r r e ^ o u r r ^ s a n d thp re«toi-it on of nor n a j and healtln r n n J i t i o n ^ m th- I i I n [r r T ^ b i ^ V r n n , \ e r t t m b e r i n t o \ i ^ r t l le p oduct** \ l t a l 1 1 to bt o t e n OA e m b e r In I-.Ql L To Mr JULY 7, 1S84 corp^ of G n e r a l p a l m a r * : " n \ hf pan r r o J 9 l n g tljo ^lia f- 1 at noon followtng 1 a p l a n n i l t h r ^ e u n i o n corps ^tood p t r m a ji n o t i o n for t l eir p 1\ con e r n p u H i c a t MI fH TV *»^ t b e r o n d t f !OTT* B r \ a n - a i 3 h a d p r o v e d in po r \ u n o n he-- i n d w o u l d not f a i l societ\ in t l is e m e i g ^ n ^ \ b o ^ p all o t h e r ·* z iment-, in f T \ o r of g i \ i n ? 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CARL BLOCK TO MAKE AWARD Virmer Def?n«ur \\«man to Gl^e ^cbol- nrihlo at Ofl«tle «rhool Mr- i^art Rl k of p p p v j a f o r m - i-lv Mi's* J p a n n e t t P P o w e r of Decat jr "s to rpcomm nd an I l l i n o i s c ' r l for n i h o l a r s h i p a w a r d in t h e r-i^tle «rhool at T a n \ t o w n \ B\ ^ o r l o o k p v ho e forre ivaq "nfl - w i t h i n f i \ t M*lf The l i n e re ^ p « i t o f t h e n t ^ T ber^oi bold me: ' n t h p r a i l r o a d · u i t h t h p r a s t I r NTFR r Genera! ^ h e r m i n s on tbe A t l a n t a slrie ile* o f t h p r i t \ i t t P ^ i n a n a i r h n o r t h ? n d l e f t u n d e r M D°^-itnr T\ hii. h « is c o n n e t i n e A t l a n t a OTP of p m i n n n f » h " ^ p c r e t a r i ^ ^ make*; t h l c f i d \ of i m m r d i i T e I m p o r t o i i e is M p Tt tliM t h e I n i t e d M n t e p u h b cr n i i n = ^ =oine "\ dOfi b l U i n r f e e t of stind ne: t i m l ^r i = n o w i P d i i n n e it 5 : e tock of = - t u m i T ^ P t t 1 n " T i e of p \ t \ oi n i e h t l l i o n f*=-ft n n n u i l U T n ^ p i t ^ · r ^ =; 1 m i t e d t i m l er sn n l \ 1 i r r b p r m p n m e nov. n m l IP t · n i ^ i k e t m i c h of t h p o "irer prade*: Tb^'v f h p r e f o t r ] P I \ P n thp w OL d 1 * or h u m i n t h e i r m 11*= f i nm one h u d to onf h If of the n i t i l a l in t h e t r p e c Poor \ net IP" if t ml or o f t ^ n ' p not r i t i t all I u t a r e I p f t to bp t in m 1 in the j!i = h f rpi t h i s w ietf it IP b p l i p \ e d !" p r e ^ p n t 1 b l e and much iiorp, it i^ boppd "in bp saved u n r t p r i m p r o v e d c o n d i t l o r ^ of m i r k p t i n p ind use of wood Cn* of t IP o j p c t 3 of t l i e p p ^ t u d i e ^ i« to l e ^ . ^ ' n th!= total w iste w h i c h if al- 1 wed to r o n t i n T i " w II h" felt c ooner or I The s c h o l a r s h i p a w e a l t l n P h i l a d e l \ p h i a n a n d w i l l b e - w o r t h $ " 0 0 0 t o t h e girl w h o meet* t h e ^ o ^ l a t e i u ^ a t i o n a t n n d ph c i ^ a l reri l i r e m e n t o f t h e i n ·stit i t i o n Mr« B l o c k T V T S a u i ^ n t in the T a t t l e school an^ b r e a s o n of her I r i l l i a n t = I I C C F C C ^ m u ^ i ^ a l h != C o u n t e d one of t h e I n s t i t u t i o n * m o ^ t i l l u o f l o u = p r a d u a te° Her f i t n e 1 5 ^ - ^ l o ^ e tint of ~\T\\ o t h e r g i a d !ate of the Cattle c h n n l in T l l J n n j p to :eiprt a srholar '·hip "=*"udent n n d o u b t e d l \ l^d t h e in^ t i t ' i t l o n t o n o m l r n t e he- f o r t h e h o n - ^\ arren^hurK Pnir T Icenned t T o u i c J u l \ 17 -- A n a r r app If c e n ^ e w i « l ^ e u p d here % e ^ t e r d a \ to A r v i l l e A T a l o n e and itTiide R o b \ ! oth of TV i r r e n ^ h u r g r 111 EGG \\D T O M A T O S\LAD T\ t t h a \ »-i '-hair k n i r f *lirt , old b a r d 1 oil*-d ezz* i n t o tl in "slice^ ^^ I r c t l o u n d t o m a t o e s is l a r g e is an egg in d i a m a T * - ] "ut t h e ^ e i n t o t h i n si r-ea On a ne i of l e t t u ^ p l e a \ e ; o* a bed of C I P * S a m n s e HIP e g g a n d l o m a t o c l i c e c a l t e r n a t e d ea h one o \ e r - ' a p p m g the o t h e r o t h a t ai ou* a q u a r t e r of an inch of tl ·- edge « i i o w « The^f TTia\ be a r r a n e ^ d i n -straight l i n e - or t h e m F r e n c n \ cold in a c i r r ' f F O J I j i e c c i n g aiu 1 «;*· i \ C A good .omb n ^ n o n alad is a c f o i u u « r)n one rold boile 1 p o t a t o or three 1 O r d b o t f e a for ve=rt,table r a r i o t b o i l e d one b^et tw o ggs, dept-namg u p o n the SIZP of the \egetabl**, a scint t P T C U p of o l i \ p ' = p i t t e d and alicnd fn e four w e l l roi n d p d tiblf poonful 1 : of L a p e r ^ r*ut tl e \ cgetables and the eggs i n t o half in-'hy^ubes and th* 1 slice" of ol!\ es a n d capers and ««-r\ e *V"W^"W t »w"li^«. li ^ TRAIN STOPS THERE TWICE A WEEK with ma\ onnaise CHICKEV AND SWEETBREA.D ' SALA.D A salad w hich w-ill be found espft-t ciall\ delicate in f l a v o r for most taste* consists of two cups of diced chicken, meat a n equal q u a n t i U of. parbollefli sweetbreads also diced t w o tablespoonfuls of c a p e i « ten or a dozen olives cut i n t o small pieces one cupf of m a x o r n a i s a The cbirken and sweetbreads shculd be seasoned with salt an^ p e p p e r The m a v o n n a i ^ e should be mixed w i t h the ingredients Perve oa l o m a t n e or l e t t u c e l e a v e s TOMATO AND CHICKEV SALAD rhoo^e r o u n d medium-si zed toma^ toes one for each person to be served. Preoare in a d v a n c e bv plunging 1 them i n t o b o i l i n g w a t e r , then holding u n d e r cold w a t e r and D i p p i n g the skin off. Cut a ^ m i l l pie^e out from t h e ** »nt end r e m o v e the seeds ( s a v i n g t icm to m a k e strained tomato dressing ) Thor- ougiilv r h i l l the t o m a t o cup-, and when, t e a d v foi = e r \ n g f i l l them w i t h chicken salad This last may b*» as follows: One measure of diced c h i L k e n to on*» of cold peas and one of aspmagus, w i t h (-·ne t a b l e « p o o n f u l of r a p e r * Mix w i t h m a \ o n n a i s e before filling into the cups and put a smajl m o u n d of mayonnaise on top Set the f i n i s h e d toirato cups i n t o l e t t u c e l e a v e s ROMA.IXE ^ \ I A.D Plare the r o m i l n e leaves p r e v i o u s l v r n ^ p e d in t h r ice box, in a salad dih. t h a t has been r u b b e d w i t h a c l o v e of g a r l i c Pour o v e r i t a dressing made w i t h t h i e « t i h l e s p o o n f u l s of oil a p i n h of --alt and p a p r i k a « i \ drops of \V oi e s t f - r s h n e - a u t e and one scanC t a h l e s p o o n f u l of t a r r a g o n v i n e g a r Toss t h e r o m a i n c l e a v e s w e l l m this b e f o i e *-ei ing or m i x the d e- B ing on the table Toss w i t h the il?d fork or spoon. L V T P A L E O N A R D Ialooe Family to L-i^e on a Claim at Hnnous Moot. Mrs Frank Ma l o n e and f=on Carl l e f t "ft ednesdav for R a n o u s Monf w h e r e the v v i l i j o . n Mr M a ' c n e a id h \ e on a, cT^im t h e \ h a v e taken P ^ n ous lc a v e r \ sm^H tat ion a n d the train stops t h e r e l u s t twiv a w e e k Mr Malone has been in the west ? b o u t t w o m o n t h s GIRL MUST PAY JILTED YOUTH Cornland Mao f**i* 814 2-"S from Former «werthenrf S p r i n g f i e l d T i i l v 1 7 -- J u s t be in** sbe did not wxnt to m a r r v Joseph Mil ler of Tornlirirl a f t e i ^he had promised tint she w o i l d Mi?= Hazel Rtslng" or B u f f a l o II! w i l l h a v e t o p a v t h e j i l t e d ' oung- m a n $14 ^ bhe has Confessed l u d g m e n t to tha,t a m o i r t a n l M i l l e r s CT^e agrainst h e r has been dismissed tn the c i r c u i t c o u r t M i l l e r sued the s i r l for $"T In a loral j u s t i c e r o u r t cliimmcr th^t he ha2 airo m t m ^ to t h a t p^ormsea to marrjr gn en her r *"e m u c h a f t e r =h h i m J u s t i c e P e i l l v b p a i d t h e r^e a n d d e - cided t h a t t h e groom t o r e h a l n n m o n e y coming The B a t t e r app^al^d to t h e c i r c u i t court T h e r o u i t r u l e d t b a * the girl must pav the co«t^ OTTERBEIN^UILD^ HEARS REPORT The quarterl\ reoort of the t e a « - u r e r Tlss Edith Montgomerj g l \ e n at the m e e t i n g of the Otterbein guild ot the First T nited Brethren c h u r c h T h u r s d a y e \ e n i n g at the hom^ of Mi 3 'essie Conaid 2120 East Cantrel'. =howed J52 taken in duriftg the q u a r ter Mrs P h i l i p Kajser the gu Id s patroness, read a letter from Mr* i n- I I P King a TVisionar^ in Oklahoma tr w h o m the guild sent S15 to help pa\ 'or a new c h u i c h The guild also has «t-nt t u o barre's to this misMonarj Tha l e t t e i w a = In acknoisledgement of Ma gifts T u e n t j - o n e were present for tl a m e e t i n g The girls brought plcnla lunches w h i c h were serxe-1 In the iard The bmt rame out later in the evening The\ se-ved home made candy Of Chicago District Reserve Board is Report. TOP TO A BETTPH PI,ACE. F i s h e r h i s his h o m e tn Detroit he mu-,1 be glud that Just at this Mit time h» is tn Decntur He left Detroit T\"dnesrlav evening to come, here to superintend dome building work i l l e on the way to the station in the Mtchlg-an city he was Tr-nlald and he'd TP bv n l K h w a v m e n and robbed of 860 He mart" n struegle to retain his monev bin the rascals got It from him awaj e factories In Detroit In oome are men who are a d v e r t i s e d to can promise Mr Fisher much be» ter treatment In Decatnr- And TI e are 'hocked to loam that hn should have epn i.serl so roughly in Detroit That * mentioned as foremost amonp: the er\ prosperous cities of the country ""·ing in large part to activity In allto- n n h l l nor he Kfttinar double wages Ton don t ook for highway robbery In a town of ·hat k i n d It m u s t be that even In a town of ftouHe wages there are hopeleis mii- c r e i n t s who w a n t the mone^ to come fister sc, the-, turn out and hold up n'op'e at Ifin a t h r o w n But Mr Fisher can be sure he has come to a town where manner* are altogether better The states attornev Is to make a move against Lid clubs and if he live* up to advance advertising ha Is putting out it will be s considerable -how to -nhirh spectators are to be admitted free There ought not be am trouble to get as good a job on motion pictures when they a-e moved bi motors as we htne had from the hand work that has i r e \ a i ! f l In this town up to this time This new weather man, a sub seems disposed to give us something more In keeping with our needs If we can keep him on the job till the end of August majbe we Bhall get by According tn a/iv ICA* from Washing ton Ir' Ing ^hurmn nf Sullivan now sub t r e a s u i p r nt ( hlcago 1« being fav orabl considered for class C dirpc- tcr of fie Chicago district reserve board and also federal reserve agent It Is regirdod as praclicalK certain t h a t S h n m a n w i l l get the ·'appoint- ments I-iIKEn HIS PIjAV Mr Shuman won a strong place for riTOFelf In tbe estimation of ^e^retar M^Adoo nf the t i e a s u r v when he sub mitted a p l ^ n for the ub tieasunes o the i n l t t d Mates to consolidate with the rpgional banks in e v e r y t h i n g ex cept t h e redemption feature Mr Shuimn showed that In Chicago alone the s a v i n g bv this consolidation would amount to upwards of J )0 nno a v e a r \s rosfr e agent Mr Phuman would lie Chicago B reprppentatlv e on the fed era! reserve board · TO REVISE DISTRICTS One nf the first things which will be done after the federal reserve board begins work will be to revise some of the present regional districts slightly BANTCBRS INSISTED Ceitam counties in Illinois which were thrown into the St Louis district will be taken out of that and put in with those which will do business In Chicago One of the counties in Illinois certain to be r e m o v e d from the St Louis district and put In the Chicago district Is Morgan In which Jack ronvil'e is located Jacksonville business men and bankers have been particularly Insistent upon this change $50 RECEIPTS AT ST. JOHN'S SOCIAL LTowd Fairly «oi.|l, hot Wenther Kept Many 4way. Atraut J50 -nan taken In at the Ice cream eoclai g U e n Thursday night In the sard of the E A Gastman school by the Ladlei Auxtliai'x of St J o h n s Episcopal church The monev cleared will bo given to the choir bois camping; fund The crowd was f a l r l v good but the weather k»pt ma.ny a-wa-v Thirty tl\f gallons of Ice cream h2«3 been ordered, but only fifteen wf-pe 'Old, The bovg and tholr mothers did t i e a e r \ i n g and the hours were from 7 t 10 SO o clock INTERIOR OF CHURCH RETINTED F The Church of the Brethren Is ha\ ing the ir-te"!or of its b u i l d i n g re tinted this week On account of this work the meeting: of the Aid society yesterday wa« called off When of thhik you think hardware, of Morehouse-Wells. Storehouse Wells Co. 184-144 E. MAIN ST. Why not take advantage of our charge account privileges? Reduced Prices on Porch Swings IIGHT when you need a comfortable porch swing comes this liberal reduction of prices Our swings are all of dependable construction -- all oak throughout and are put together to stay All are nicely finished and come complete with chains and hooks. Better take advantage of these money-saving prices. 6 ft. $8.00 solid oak swing, with chains and hooks, now $6.50 5 ft. $7.00 solid oak swing, with chains and hooks, now $5.50 4-ft. $6.00 solid oak swing, with chains and hooks, now .... $4.50 4-ft. $3.50 all oak swing, with chains and hooks, for..-. $2.50 Let Us Supply Your Camping Outfit T HE success of any camping trip depends largely on how well you're equipped The best way out of it is to come straight here and let us supply even thing. Our rportmg goods department makes a specialty of equipping camping parties--large or small. We do a good ]ob of it and do it economically. You'll find here a full complement of Wai! tents, folding cots, folding chairs, folding camp stores, camp skillets, collapsible cups, etc., etc. Our prices on camp equipment are the lowest to be found anywhere. 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There will be LESS wear and tear on the clothes and they will come out just as clean as if you had done them by hand. All vou have to do is to put your clothes in, with plentv of hot soan water turn the faucet and the MAGIC WASHER does the rest No intricate part's to get out of order Has a powerful casj running motor made of brass which presents rust and is perfectly milled to provide against wear Let us _show you this washer -- show why it is an economical "~ "buy" at .............. See Our Complete Lines of Other High-Grade Hand Power Washers you .FWSFAPFR!

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