The Daily Free Press from Carbondale, Illinois on January 20, 1920 · Page 3
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The Daily Free Press from Carbondale, Illinois · Page 3

Carbondale, Illinois
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Tuesday, January 20, 1920
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THE- DAiLJE.,, FREE- PRESS LOCAL NEWS Mrs. N. H. Dowdell has returned Jrom Delaware, Ohio, where (she visit" ed her daughter, Mrs. Richard T. -Taylor, and family. r j. D. Dill and son, John, will leave this week, for New York City, where N Mr. Dill will attend the annual conven- tion'of Metropolitan Life Insurance • superintendents. Mrs. Dill will accompany them to Chicago'where she^will •visit. She will also visit in Detroit during the ^former's trip to the east. Mr. Dill and son will visit Philadelphia; Washington, Niagara Falls and other •• v points of interest on "the trip. WOMAN'S CLUB ELECTS OFFICERS FDR YEAR Held at* Home of Mrs. J. Y. Stotlar. Mrs. Hanford Heads Club—Cake Walk Dance ' Prir.s —Don • '. Sterner Sex Attire. The Garbondale Woman's Club held its amiual election of officers at the home .of Mrs: John Y. Stotlar yesterday afternoon. Fallowing the . formal election the afternoon was featured by an interesting "stunt,'' in which three womem dressed, in men's "attire, and three other women staged 1 a cake walk for "GIVE UP," SAY DUTCH Want Ex-Kaiser to Surrender and Avoid a Clash. Allies "Tell Holland of Ex-Emperor's Crimes for Which He , , Will Be Tried. ' • •x Brussels, Jan. 20.—Deep emotion has been caused in Holland by the allied demand for the extradition of former Emperor William of Germany, according to a dispatch/ Belief Is expressed at The Hague that measures will be taken with a view to inducing film voluntarily to place himself at the disposal of the allies. J. C. Wilson is spending a few days' business trip in<Memphis, Tenn. ••prizes. • This was put on to Jazz music , Paris, Jan. 20. — The Indictment of h a Whm Burnett Shrock civilization against William .Hohen- by John Page Wham, Burnett Shryock, KenriolfRenfro, John. Goodall, Egbert Traveistea'd and Ltnnje Etherton. A Mr andMre. Wayne Gent spent Sun- cake, was the priie, but was not ac- day with the latfer's parents, Mr. and|'cepted by the winner o£ the cake walk, Mrs. Preistly Norman, at Marion.. J. W. Spiller of Marion visited at the honfe of his daughter, Mrs. E. T. Harris, today.i Mrs. W. A. Brandon, 'who has been Scjsiting in St. Louis and DuQuoin, returned home last;evening. . " . /Kenneth Herrin,; Eldpn Griffon, .Richard Gardner and Joe McPherson of Murphysboro wereVamong those who were visitors here yesterday. s WILLIAM STEARNS'. INFANT lit. BURIED THIS MORNING The funeral of the two weeks' old infant of Mr. and Mrs. William Stearns •was 'held at the residence on North Washington street at 11 o'clock this morning. The ^infant died .yesterday. Burial at -Oakland cemetery. ' ILLINOIS CONFERENCE OF S. S. WORKERS During the months of January and . February, the State Sunday school workers are holdng .twenty-eight workers' conferences for the instruction of county, township and local Sunday school workers. On January 29, 1920, an all day conference will be held here.« ATTENTION KNIGHT TEMPLARS All Knight Templars are urgently requested to attend meeting at Masonic Hall at 7:30 p m., Wednesday, January 21st, for the purpose of electing officers for Carbondale's Com- mandery which we are now assured of getting in the near future. The lodge room will be properly heated for this meeting. Committee. Advertisement. Iodine for Scratches. Scratches on dark oak furniture may be greatly improved in appearance by carefully painting the scars with iodine, using as many coats .as necessary to produce the desired depth of color. When this is dry go over the whole piece o f . furniture with a good furniture polish. although suffered more, seriously at the hands of the inspire'd jazz orchestra members, to which it was finally awardedj as a compromise. A luncheon of scalloped oysters, tomato aspic, tot biscuits, jelly and hot chocolate was served 'by the hostess. Following officers were elected for the ensuing year: Mrs. G-eorge Hanford, ^president; ....Mrs. C. C. Stotlar, fir'sit 0 . vice . president; Mrs. Henry Brobfti 1 , second' -Vice president; Mrs. W. T; Felts, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Renzo Muckelroy, treasurer. - .The officers will be' installed next fall, but meantime will prepare the year's program, being elected early for that purpose. THREE CONVENTIONS HERE SAME DAY Ug!l zollcrn. :is forecast_by .the allied powers in their demand nn Holland, -comprises the following crimes: Cynical violation of the neutrality of Belgium and' Luxemburg. , • Barbarous and pitiless system .of hostages. '" " ' *T'I ' • Deportations en masse. Currying off of the young girls from the city of Lille, who were torn from their families anil 'delivered io the jvorsi promiscuity. Systematic devastation of entire re-' gions without military "utility. •' ! Submarine war Without -restriction,' including Inhuman abandonment of Victims on the high seas. Innumerable acts against nonoom- batants committed by German' authors ity in violation of the laws of war. '. , "Responsibility, at" least mo'rali for all these acts reaches up to the supreme head who ordered them, -or made abusive use of his full powers to infringe, or to allow infringement, upon the most 'sacred regulations of human conscience," says the ment sent to Holland. Egyptian Hustlers' Mid-Winter Meet; ir»f, .Poultry Show and Sunday School Convention Here Thursday. Three meetings bring visitors to Oai-bondale the same day this week. Thursday, the Down State Poultry _Show Assocation's poultry show will .be-in session, bn the sams day a state Sunday school conference will be held here, and in the evening the midwinter meeting of the Egyptian Hustlers will be held here. At the, latter meeting plans will be perfected and announced for the annual Egyp- tan Hustlers Meet to be" held here in June. 'Garbondale is the convention city of Southern ^Illinois and is glad to welcome visitors to meetings held here. NOTICE The Royal Neighbor, camp will hold installation this evening. All Modern Woodmen invited. May Hopper, Oracle. Advertisement. M-X J. L. Reese" of Mt. Vernon and daughter, Virginia, are visiting the former's sister, Mrs. J. C. Wilson.and other relatives here; •Pneumonia often follows a Neglected Cold KILL, THE COLD! remedy lor 20.y«mr*. form—sale, sure, rio reaks-up a cold, in .24' elieves grip in 3 days. back if it fails. The ine .box has a* Red with Mr..! Hill's: picture.. At All Drag 5f«*a YALE TONIGHT EDWARIT W. NELSON Soldiers Left Books Behind. Mystery surrounds the "dumps" of books which are said to be lying in .various camps in France, awaiting disposal. At one camp 400,000 volumes are said to have accumulated, and there are reported to be sti'f. larger collections at other camps. .) Inquiries In official quarters and among the organizations which sent out books to the troops during the war have failed to trace the owners of these derelict volumes. Quick Action. "The "war made exceptional opportunities." "Yes; a fellow could begin at 'the bottom ami at the same time so ovtw the tou." THE CHEERFUL CHERUB • *MHMB^MM«^HMMHMMHMHIHBMi^MM • I like religious people, V/Ko Txre. 30 od ihi -&11 t tkey »do. I'd tKinkjrvcJt tXt-y v/ere- ,'/er If tkey' didrvt tkink 56 too. '•!; IN --.-•• ' . j "THE BIDDEN TRUTH" | You have heard of ANNA C^SE the beautiful .! Grand, Opera Prima: Donna; but have yo,u ever seen her? Here's your, opportunity. She is featured as a dance hall singer in a Western ; mining camp. 'A wonderful cast supports her. _ , ',,-.'. -• ' - .-•'':• Harold Lloyd Comedy 6:30-8:15 11 and cS THE PEOPLE'S 'COLUMN FOR SALB-Hooa. with, ments oa corner lot DMT tow*. Prte* reasonable. Apply tU Bovth op phone 162. . i Edward. W. Nelson, chief of the United States biological survey, has .been awarded a life membership' In the National Geographic society In, .recognition of "eminent"services for the increase and diffusion of geographic knowledge." He conducted scientific explorations ln,Alaska years ago and more recently examined the geology and botany of Mexico. NOTICE On and after Feb. 15, the scale for painting" will be 87% cents per hours. B. H^Eicher, Sec. Local 352. Advertisement. • ^ ' FLU SPREADS IN CHICAGO Dlseas| Increases at the Rate of 1,000 New Casts a Day—Pneu- * monia Fatal. Chicago, Jan. 20/—Influenza is spreading at the rate of 1.000 new cases a day, ,Health Commissioner Robertson estimates. New cases of pneumowfa numbered 3S2, with GO deaths. — ) .The total number of influenza cases reported during the 4,095, with 33 deaths. Pneumonia cases totaled 891, with 159 deaths." . The high water mark during the epidemic last-winter counted 2,400 cases in one day. This was on October 17, 191S, and included 250 deaths. C»»h In Advene*. One month, per word - . '. W One week, per word JOt One • insertion, per word ........4)1 Three insertions, per word .02 WANTBD. WANTED—To rent by responsible party two furnished rooms and kitchenette. Will furnish linen and silver. "O," care Free Press. ' WANTED^To buy some pretty ferns and palms. Address F, care Free .Press. : WANTED—Girl for general housework, middle'aged woman preferred; Good home for .right party. Mrs. Fowler, 408 South Poplar St. WANTED—One modern furnished or unfurnished room, not more than 3 blocks from depot. , Phone 215. WANTED—Furnished flat, 3 or 4 rooms and bath. "S, u care Free Press. FOB RENT. FOH RENT—Two iront rooms OT*I Style Shop, for office or sleeping room*. Apply Mis* TUeth, Normal and Monre* St . , FOR RENT—Storage ror household goods, it-the one story brt* building, cement flbors^n alley back of mew Barth Theatre. " Apply Miss Rlettu FOR 399 L. "RENT— Rooms. Telephone FOR SALE. FOR SALE—Lot on southeast corner of Boplar and Pecan. Call 388 K. FOR SALE—Baled paper at th« Free Press. FOR SALE—Burroughs adding machine. Call 95. - FOR SALE OR RENT—6 room bungalow, corner South Rawlinga aact Mill Sts. See J. C* Spence. : .FOR SALE—The Elbert Childera farm, 10 acres; near town, good housev •fine water, fruit trees. For particulars see or phone A. E. WibJtesfdes. .. ,FOR SALE—Household goods. Call at'400 West Pecan. MORE MEN FOR GREAT LAKES ~ ~/ '.Navy Department Plans Threefold fifcf :-,. crease, Rear Admiral Bassett :•'. Tells House Committee. Washington, Jan. 20.—The nay,y dH partment's plans call for n threefold! increase in the number of men now being trained fit the Great Lakes naval station, Rear Admiral Fredei'icfc B. Bassett, commandant of the station, told the house naval committee at hearings on the' annual naval appropriation bill. *• . Seven thousand men are- now at the station, he said, but it is planned to increase this number during the~year by training 15,000. recruit seamen aatl 6,000 men in the trade school." Start Rome-to-Tokyo Flight. Rome,. Jan. 20.—The .Rome-to-Toky« airplane flight arranged for by th< Italian government was started Sunday. The first starter was a Canroei machine, which left nt noon with Lieutenants Abba and -Garroni as pilots. BOX SUPPER At Woodman Hall Wednesday, January 21, beginning at 7:30 p. m, given by L. A. to B. of R. T.Everybody invited.—Advertisement. ! More Beautiful Than Ever Before "---- — - - i^-- 192O SPRING COATS AND SUITS •\ • : More Reasonable Than You Have Expected Highest Quality .Suits and Coats lor Spring Wear O_ur smalLoverhesid expanse, together with the large volume of business we are doing, makes it possible for us to save you from $10.00 to $25.06 on a single garment. Every manufacturer of High Grade Garments from whonr we bought in previous years,--have given us the exclusive sale on their garments. Thlfr insures you, that if the highest quality arid-the.niftiest and most authentic styles are what you demand, we can absolutely guarantee them. We intend to sell three times as many garments-and at just 1^-3 the margin of profit thatls generally made on Ready-to- Wear. Consequently it is easy for you to figure why our prices are so much less. R. E

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