The Daily Free Press from Carbondale, Illinois on January 22, 1920 · Page 3
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The Daily Free Press from Carbondale, Illinois · Page 3

Carbondale, Illinois
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Thursday, January 22, 1920
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THE DAILY FREE .PRESS LOCAL NEWS Mr. and Mrs. 3. W. Bilderback arc in Mu.rphysborp because of the serious 'illness of their -granddaughter, Euby Jewel Bilderback,'. who is suffering from, . pneumonia. She is ' the •daughteriof Mr. 'and Mrs. Claude Bilderback, formerly residing' east of this -city. . " •..',' • " , •Miss Helen. Sill. 'f>t • Murphysboro attended the Elks, entertainment here last-even ing and was the guest-of her cousin, Miss Florence Sill. "*. •Mrs. .Bessie S'raley i of Chicago, -is yisiting her . daughters,- M>rs. Loyd Bradley of this city and Mrs. Willard Wall of Murphysboro..• . .' . Miss 'Ruth 'Fryar of West Frankfort is visiting'.her mother, Mrs.- Dollie Fryar. . .. • R. E. Renfro was a business visitor in. Herrin yesterday. Miss 1 Grace Watson, of Herrin. was the - guest of Miss Gwen _ Hamilton last .evening, attending the Elks enter'- tainment and dance. • Mrs.'.Gertrude McMinn has returned after a two weeks' visit with relatives and friends In Chicago. Mrs. Bess Tygett, saleslady .at the. JohnsonVancil-Taylor Company s'tore, is away from her .duties because of an operation at 1 . Holden Hospital several days ago for the removal of a tumor from her arm. Mr. and Mrs. John Post,'who have been guests of the latter's parents, Mr. arid. Mrs.' Marshall Hopper, since their return two weeks ago from a wedding trip to Chicago, departed this, '.morn- fng for Biloxi, Miss., -to spend the re- .mainder of the winter. Ray Baysinger and Raymond Crow- ell'have returned after -a visit in Chicago. Ernest Adams made a business trip to Herriu yesterday. Dr. H: C. Mitehell\ma'de a business trip to Herrin yesterday.. Miss Agnes. Ferrell has returned from a short visjt with relatives in Alto Pass. Frarik Morrison of Marion v secretary of the Williamson County Poultry Association, visited the Poultry Show here yesterday. C. L. Coleman of Chester, bookkeeper at the State pententiary, was among those attending the Down State Poultry Show here yesterday. Miss Noreene Walker has accepted a position' as assistant to Miss Grace Goddard in the Goddard hat shop. Mrs. J. H. Ridgway- returned yesterday from a visit .with relatives in Hurst and Herrin. Children's rubbers, 5 to 10, 50 cents at Floyd's.—Advertisement Clarence Odom of Marion, • superintendent of. the Williamson 'County Poultry organization, was a visitor at the poultry' show here yeserday. Miss Delia Bryant, proprietress of the Terminal Cafe, ,has resumed her duties after several days' illness; Basket .ball game at the Normal gym tomorrow night. Two games, Normal five and Ewlng College and second Normal team agartnst Carbondale all-stars.—Advertisement. v H. T. Cory, a .California engineer, -bus beim made the' third member of a honi-d of experts which will apportion (he waters,, of the Nile for irrigation. A'French nnd a'British engineer will represent the interested countries, while Mr. Cory Vwill act .largely as arbiter. Before receiving this commission Mr. Cqry was..chief consulting engineer of the reclamation service, United States : department of the 'Interior. Mrs. John Chapman attended the funeral of Mrs. A; J. McGowan, who died suddenly at Murphysboro yesterday. Mrs. McGowan' was a sister of Pete Staudt of this city. Mr. and Mrs. George Clements of Tamaroa, also passed through here on the way to the funeral today. J. J. .Hesler, auditor for the Illinois Central with offices in Chicago and a former resident' here stopped off in Carbondale last night on his way south on ; a business trip. Basket ball at the Normal gum to-' morrow night. Two games. ?ames begin at' S o'clock.—Avertisement. Former Normal Man in Good Position For Civil Coming Here Art Lee, formerly in the registrar's office at the Normal here' mow registrar of the State Normal School at Valley City, North Dakota, received a nice -salary increase the first of the year, bringing his annual salary- to $2700. Dr. C .E. Allen, formerly vice president of the Normal here, is president of the Valley City Normal. In a letter to- Postmaster J. -L. Parks,. Lee, speaking of the weather up there, says, we have not frozen up yet. The theremometer stands at 15 below today and for several days,esn't get above zero, but really do not mind it at all. The children play out -all the time, and we have' all been well. I sent Charley Gullett a picture, which is interesting, you must- ask him to see it. You know what a mighty hunter Dr. Allen is. Well you'll see this picture. "Every Post in the Grand Army of •the Republic should hoist its flag to the sunlight which loves it well,' and hold a jubilee meeting over the- passage of the Fuller BilK . ' [ "Every corps of the Woman's Re-j Mef Coups, every Circle of 'the Ladies- of the Grand'- Army of the Republic,' every unite of the' affiliated orders. 'should have a joy feast of some kind. "The passage of the Fuller Bill by' the record, breaking vote' of 231 to 55\j Will sound notes of gladness, iii the .aged hearts of every veteran and widow of a veteran. , ' • "It wall have an 'echo in the bosoms of every son and! grandson, every daughter and granddaughter, and other relatives. "It shows, that the nation appreci- .ates and is deeply grateful fon the services of the teen 'who saved its life and that Congress has that high: sense of gratitude "which is /well de- ! scribed as:the,owner of human senti-i ment. " • ' • .•" •'-..- I "The solidarity of the vote, is most creditable and gratifying. Only a few irreconcilables who are still mourning' around he moldering gravestones of the lost cause and two. -bull-minded Republicans voted . against the bill. , '"Party HrieSs , largely disappbaj-ed, .With all of the northern Democrats and many Southern, ones supporting the measure. -.'•'•- "The'bill ..IB/: the most farrreaching and beneficent ever .passed' by Congress for the benefit of .the.rUnion veterans. It gives $50 outright- to -every man who.seryed 90,days or., more, .with. a| possibility, of as .much';' as ?72/.ig- those -who are completely disabled and ,need constant aid and attendance. • "Now. the bill^goes .to the £. Senate and we.-have 'the strongest hopes that it will pass-that 'body with something like the majority that it received in the House.' 1 The Senate calendar is very crowded, but there is every reason for believing that such good friends of the veterans as we know we have in the Senate will secure its iright of way at the earlisst practical date and jvhen it comes- to a vote it will certainly pass."— The National Tribune, Washington, D. C. '• YALE TONIGHT • We have had'nym^rdiisi^eqjiests tp return," this picture which we -screened' some time -ago. It -is be one oi the best' pictures Doug. ever made. We say "you'll like ; it. Also BRAY GARTO6N Hand 22 VIVIAN JiAFTHff in "Little Comrade" in "A Wonderful Night" 'At considerable expense, and trouble, we have arranged for a.foot expert to be at this store Tuesday aivd Wednesday JANUARY 27th and 28th 1920 for the convenience of foot sufferers. Examination and Advice Free No More •• Hurting Feet Let Your Foot Come Forth and Gain Complete Comfort This expert, who is one of the Staff of Dr. Wm. M. Scholl, the noted specialist and recognized foot authority is able to tell at once what the real cause of your foot trouble is. He knows feet as a dentist does teeth or as an architect does houses. ' ' T/lere. is a , Appliance QrR&ne&/IbrEvejyFoctTTau£k No matter how simple os; how serious your foot trouble is, he can tell you (and show you) how to gain Immediate Relief and a rapid correction of the difficulty. Remember the dates. Be sure to come in. Everybody welcome. - ; ' I- W DILL CO. ••''., Outfitters for. Men and Boys LADIES'AID The Ladies' Aid Society of the Baptist church will hold' 1 an important called meeting at the Baptist church tomorrow aiternoou at 5:30. A large attendance is urged.—-Advertisement. ATTENTIONW.C.T.U. Called meeting of the W. C. .T. U. at the home of Mrs. Marshall Batson at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon .for the arrangement of the Frances Willard memorial program.—Advertisement. Two good -basket ball games at the ] Normal gym Friday night. Game starts at 8 o'clock. Ewing plays Normal.— Advertisement. ABOUT MEXICO Senate Committee Pushes Probe Into Situation There. Witness Tells Body How Mexicans Put Out Their Propaganda—Americans in Carranza Pay. San Antonio, Tex., Jan. 22.—Americans in the direct or indirect pay of Carranza are' responsible for reports of improved . conditions in Mexico, Henry Forres told the senate subcommittee investigating the Mexican situation. . ' ' . George Weeks, editor of a weekly newspaper, was specifically indicated as one of those prominent in the dissemination of. Cnrrunza propaganda. "The. frict is." saitl Forres;. who returned Tuesday' from Mexico City, where he unsuccessfully tried to have Mexicans stepped from drilling for oil on property'he had leased and registered in June, 191S1, "conditions are growiug steadily worse. / "Carranza controls the larger towns, but not the country, ami when lie recently visited Cuatro Sienesa. he had collected in that Uisti-ict 7.000 troops. The train on which he ninile the' trip was escorted by another made .up of nrmoretl cars flllc'd with soldiers. I was there and saw it.',' . Incident to 'the examination of rorres, Senator Smith, acting chairman, intimated the committee wouTrl watch carefully the operation of >lhe Mexican foreign office's instruction to consuls not to vise passpons of those who had testified before t!ie >eomniLt- tee. He placed in the record n number of witnesses' passports and requested him to report to the committee after he hail made application for a return to Mexico. . . Local Business Men to Line Up With Hustlersl For Big Meeting Lieut-Col. Edgar E. Hume,."a graduate of West Point and .of J.oh'ns Hopkins medical school, native of Frankfort, Ky.,' shown at his headquarters in Belgrade. Colonel Hum'e was .with United States trbe-ps on the Italian front and after the armistice was detached for %yorlc with the American Red Cross. He has received a dozen different awards from France, Italy and the Balkans .in recognition of his services during the war and in the campaign against disease -in the near "ast. . . ' Local citizens and. business men have been extended a special invitation to., attend the mid-winter meeting of the Egyptian Hustlers at the Elks Home this evening. The purpose being to set dates- and get things, -lined up locally for the.annual meet-, ing of the Hustlers to be held here next June. Frank C. Bastin, secretary, will have charge of what, promises' to -be an unusually good banquet- luncheon. . • Edward Whitacre," who .has been visiting his sister, Mrs. "W. J. Bvown, and family, for the last month, returned to his home today, near Albany, N. Y., up in 'the- Catskill Mountains, ORDERS RAISE FOR TEACHERS Conference of Chicago Officials Finds Shortage of Educators at sin Acute Stage Chicago, Jan. 21 — Immediate increases' to all. public school teachers' are to be ordered by the finance committee of. the.board of education. It was definitely announced today following a conference between President Edwin. S., Davis of the school board, George B. Arnold, chairman of the finance committee and Superintendent Peter A. Mortenson, though'the ' substantial raises scheduled will probably cause the"prospective deficit to •'on I Washington, ..Tan. 22.—Rapid prog- ' ress' is being made in the 14th decen- |.nial ' census enumeration.' 'Director ; f.KTi L. Rogers announced Hint cnni- j pleted returns from 1,145 districts in I the larger cities had been received I and returns from practically all dis- • trlcts were expected to be in by ' Feb. 15. Games Tomorrow night at the /• v Normal Gymnaismm '.-•'. . ' * . NORMAL VS EWING COLLEGE Carbondale All Stars vs. Second Normal Team Games start at 8 p. m. TffiPHIPiFS COLUMN Cuh In Advance. One month, per word « One week, p«r word 09 One insertion., per word ........j»i Three ..insertions, per word .......pi .' /' ' . WANTKO. " •' ' ' *' .. W -^ NTE I>—Furnished ." apartment three rooms and bath. "S," care Free ifress. ' FOB item-. FOR REaJT^Two irontwonn «*w style Shop, for office or Bleeping room*. Apply HlB» Kieth,-Normal and Monre* ot, , ' . ^ . . • FOR RENT—storage ror nouBehol* goods, in the one story brick building. cgment floors, on alley back of »ew Berth Theatre. Apply Miss Rleth. 'FOR. 399 L. RENT—Rooms. 'Telephone FOR RENT—Furnished -rooms. Modern. First door west of Herald punting office, 209 Wes.t Jackson. 'FOR RENT—2 or 3 furnished rooms. 611 West Walnut. - iFOR RENT—Two furnished rooms for light housekeeping. 411''South Poplar. N .. FOR RENT—Two -unfurnished rooms, modern. 401 West Oak. Telephone 399 L. FOR SALE. FOR SALE—:Lpt on southeast tat- ner of Eoplar arid Pecan.' Call 888 E. FOR SALE—The Elbert Childers farm, 10 acres near toWu, good house, fine water, fruit trees. For particulars -, s se or phone A. E. Wihitesides. FOR SALfi OR TENT—6 room bungalow, corner South Rawlingg and Mill Sts. . See J! C. Spenee. 'FOR SAliiE—Two hogs, weight 75 pounds. 512 West College. LOST LOST — Wednesday afternoon between Greek confectionery and 704 West Walnut, velvet 'bag. Card with j name in it. Reward. 'Phone 354 Y. A TOUCH OP REAMSM. • Mrs. Battl'eory—My club has asked UB to take part in the pageant of th» *60's that they're giving. Friend Husband—What do they want us to do. Impersonate tlrt CirU War? Queer Men. They must bo men Of curious types "Wh'o car.not love The Si -- infl Stripes. TKe waiter tod^.y An idiot is THE- CHEERFUL I Fierce. too end Ke Fixed me vitrvki.5 eye Ar\dl,poor ~~ , tipped him jwst tke

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