The Daily Free Press from Carbondale, Illinois on January 21, 1920 · Page 3
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The Daily Free Press from Carbondale, Illinois · Page 3

Carbondale, Illinois
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Wednesday, January 21, 1920
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THE DAILY PREE^J>RESS .;~1— Royal Neighbors Install Officers Dp NOT BE TAKEN IN BY ALL THE "REDUCED-PRICE" JlfiNJ YOU MAY SEE AND ALL OF THE "FAKE" SALES YOU READ' ABOUT IN THE .PAPERS. . A MERCHANT MUST, MAKE A PROFIT ON HIS GOODS OR HE SOON "6oES BROKE." THE REASON WHY 'MA1W MERCHANTS FAIL IS THIS: THEY ASK So MUCH FOR -THEIR •GOODS IN,.SEASON THAT THEY DON'T Do MUCH BUSINESS. OUR PLAN IS TO TREAT YqU RIGHT THE, WHOLE YEAR AROUND AND To ALWAYS GIVE YOU ONE HUNDRED CENTS WORTH FOR YOUR DOLLAR ALL THE TIME. I.DON'T YOU WANT-TO DEAL WITH OUR SORT OF A STORE. > ':•"'.- Miller Camp No. 34$, Royal Neighbors of America, installed the following officers last evening: Oracle—May Hopper. Vice ..Oracle—Gertrude Gplliher. Past Oracle—Roxey Smith. Chancellor—Jennie Burns. Recorder—Gertrude Bennett. • •Receiver—Bessie Smith. Inner Sentinel—"Gertrude Kline. Outer Sentinel—jMapy" Howell. , " Marshal—Adula Grady. Manager—Nannie .Wilkinson. Physicians—Drs. Neber, Brandon and Etherton. The installation was followed by refreshments and a sociahx The Woodmen were guests. • • ' • Also the following appointive officers: . . Faith—Miss Helen Howenstein. Unselfishness—Mrs. Gertrude Wiseman. Modesty—Miss tforetta Bevis. Endurance— Miss Ruth Reno. Courage—Mrs. Cox. No Trace of Bridges Store Burglars Found No clues -In the Bridges store robbery o£ Monday night was reported by the police today. Constant look out has been, exercised by officials to use the first bit of evidence to run down the robbers. R. B. Bridges plans to have a new and most extensive stock within a few days, thus hoping customers will experience no disappointments. HOSTESS TO BAPTIST MISSIONARY SOCIETY LOCAL NEWS' Attorney T. B. P. Smith has gone to Springfield after a two weeks stay here. He expects * • return Sunday and will then have completed his work at the state capitol. " Attornew C. E. Feirich was a business visitor in Murphysboro yesterday afternoon. ADJUSTMENT NOTICE Mrs. P. G. Warren and Mrs. J. W. Barrow were hostesses to the Baptist Woman's Missionary Society at the Barrow h'ome on West Walnut St., yeVterday afternoon. '• •' The reports from the officers showed an unusually successful year with an exceptionally large sum of money for benevolences. Those present were Mesdames-E. D. Wahl, Laura Quails, Stewart Chandler, N. D. Wintersteen, J..W. Merrill, Roy Btherton, Jesse Anderson, J. B. ( Mitchell, W. T. Felts, Anne Taylor, Ben Lindsey, Tom Whitacre, T. W. Thompson, F. S. Warren, Perry Hoyle, John. Heck, Mike Snider, Lee Sherretz and Cyrus Etherton, Miss Nellie Snider, Miss Charlotte Hanson and Miss Martha Buck. / TONIGHT ALBERT I^ANDjpB FAIR '^Tin Pan Alley" A Musical Dtiet In Pictures » These two youthful Stars are 1 ini today than any other artists of good example ol their work. :s a Wild and Western Comedy with "FAY TINCHNFR" Also MUTT AND JEFF 11 and 22 Friday-VIVIAN MARTIN AMUSE-U Safarnfay Mi-s. Violet Gray is visiting her parents, Mr. and M : rs. Jenkins, in' Mur- ' physbonx , / "Mrs. Kate White returned yesterday to her home in McLeansboro after a visit with her aunt, 'Mrs. Lydia Etherton. Mr. and., Mrs. Grover Ogden were StXLouis visitors 'Monday. - Vivian Hopper has returned from a risit in St. Louis and St. Jacobs. Mat Hamerle, George Davis and .Sarlin Hurd of DuQuoin were among •the out of town visitors here yesterday. . . Mrs. -Kate --Doss has . returned to Johnston City after a visit -with, her sister, Mrs. W. E. MeKinoey. J. L. Corzine is spending several days on business in Willisville. estate of Caroline Mann/Deceased. The undersigned, having b.een ap- •pointed administrator'of 'the' -estate of Caroline Mann, late of the County o£ Jackson and State oXlllinois, deceased, hereby gives notice that lie will appear before the County Court of Jackson County, at the Court House in Murphysboro, at the March Term, on the first Monday •in March, A. D. 1920, being March 1st, 1920, at whie!i time 'all persons having claims against said Estate are notified and requested to atfend for the purpose of having the same adjusted. All persons indebted to said estate are required to- make immediate payment to the undersigned. 'Dated this 15th day of January 1920. ' • J. T. Smith, Executor. • C. E. Feirich, Attornej' for Executor. 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. ST BE REINSTATED U. S. Goyerrimerit Will Compel Op- . eratori't-to Take Strikers Back, Says Palmer. Washington. .Jan. 21.— The government will compel conl operators who are not living up to the Indianapolis agreement, by which- tlie strike was settled, to'take buck miners who have been refused reinstatement. This assurance wns .given by Attorney General Palmer to .Acting President' John Lewis nnd a dcleh'titlhn of 'officials of the United Mine Workers, who stated that 2.000 miners Imd been singled out by operators and barred from the mines. .Buford Reaches Helsingfors. H/elsingfors, Jan. 21.—The United. States transport Buford, which" brought 2-19 Russians from ths United States to Finland, arrived nt Elelsing-' fors Monday afternoon, having sailed from- Hango with the destroyer Ral- lard. Its convoy. THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN Caih in Advance. One. month, per word ' .. One week, per word ... One insertion, per word Three, ln aerti o-ns P ,pe7 word- WANTED-Girl for general housework, middle aged woman preferred Good home for right party. Mrs Fowler, 40S South Poplar St. NOTICE On and after Feb. 15, the scale for painting will be 87% cents per hours. ' B. H. Eicher, Sec. Local 352. Advertisement. WETS. RALLIED BY GOVERNOR Edwards of New Jersey in Inaugural Address Plans Prohibition End. His Trenton, X. J.. Jan.. 21.—Gov. Edwards. Democrat, in his inaugural address here, reiterated his cnmpaijrri pledges Mint he "would do every lay- ful thing to .have It detei-miifed that 1he present conrtitinn of affairs with respect to prohibition hud been illegally forced upon the people of tills 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. . ,* ' OVERSUBSCRIBED THEIR LOAN Canadians Take Total of $682,032,213 When $300,000,000 Is Asked F'or. Toronto, Jim. 2].—A total of .$OS2,- 032,215 was_subserlbed to Canada's Victory loan, it was announced here. Ther«vwere 380,002 subscribers. The government is exptH-ted to accept ?Gf>0.000.000 of the subscription. The government - nsked for subscriptions of $300,000.000. TRANSPORT POWHATAN SAFE Disabled 'Steamer With 471 Persons • on- Board Taken in Tow by Martha •-. Washington.- Boston,'Jan. 21.—Proceeding slov: against a heavy sea the disabled .",r'i/,« transport Powliataii. with 471 persons aboard-was taken :;-. _r^ t w "by the transport Murtiia Washington, according to u. radio picked up at the navff ;-ard here. Tlie_ White Star liner Cedric, which has stood-by since Sunday night, proceeded to New 1'ort. * TOLEDO. Henry Harbaugh, who' is working xrsff*- 1 ^- ana s The Misses May Parmly and fethTheaUe. A^C. &ENT—Rooms. Telephone FOR RENT-Furnished ' Modern. First door west of Herald Printing-office.. 209 West Jackson FOR RENT-Large front room modern. 220 West Main. FOR SALE. FOR SAtE-Lpt on aoutheMt cor ner of Eoplar and Pecan. Call 388 K. fiiw ~ 2 ° r 3 611 West Walnut. rooms. - S R SALE— The -- Elbert Childers farm, 10 acres near .town, good house, fine water, fruit trees. For particu-1 Sars see or. phone A. E. Wlhitesides; .' a ' n called on Wra - Harbaugh ' Henry and Donald Zimmerman spent Saturday and Sunday with their grandparents. Tbe farmers in. this community are busy spraying their fruit trees, when the weather will permit, looking to another fruit year. FREE HAND TO RUSS TRADE Co-Operative Union Agents Explain Bolshevik! Won't Halt Interchange of Goods. Paris, Jan. 21.—Elaborate plans for the resumption of commercial relations between the Russian people and allied nations have been worked out, find it is expected the bolshevik! will permit the free interchange of manufactured goods "and raw materials. It will be. a comparatively simple matter to 'distribute goods among the Russian people under the agreement announced last Friday by the supreme- councti, it is said by Russians who assisted in the negotiatloF;.'«t v> «it pre- ' ceded the;,announcement. «>,;''.f Surplus stocks of whea : ;,-iax and "lumber, await export from v Russia, and all that is heeded is ocean, tonnage to carry these' products to the markets of the world. T ^ ^^ ^ ' - """• """"""''"^''"'''"'"""""""""iMniiinHfliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiBiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii^ his Is To '-Remind:'":You OF THE .. . , . Concert and Dance At The BL-KS HOMB TONIGHT All Elks Are Cordially Invited Entertainment Committi

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