The Daily Free Press from Carbondale, Illinois on January 23, 1920 · Page 3
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The Daily Free Press from Carbondale, Illinois · Page 3

Carbondale, Illinois
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Friday, January 23, 1920
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r. THE DAILY FREE jinncuneement The opening for business of Fowler's Confectionery in the New Hundley, will take place Saturday noon. Formal and grand opening to be announced later. A cordial invitation to' Fowler's is extended the public. HIGH CLASS IN ALL RESPECTS ASKS BOOZE FOR FLU Chicago .Congressman Wants Lid Lifted for.Ninety Days. LOCAL NEWS CIVILIANS ARREST NEGROES •Lester Noel of Houston, Texas, is' visiting his brother, Earl Noel, and i family of this. city. Basket ball at the Normal gum tomorrow night. Two games. Games begin at S o'clock.—Avertisemeut. Miss Marion Kelley was a St. Louis •visitor today. Basket ball game at the Normal gym tomorrow niglit. Two games, Normal five and Ewing College and second Normal team against Carbondale all- stars.—Advertisement. John H. Jolley o£ Carbondale, 111., was a visitor calling at the Information Bureau yesterday.—Tampa, Fla., i Morning Tribune. Arkansas Posse Catch Black Trouble \. Makers Before Troops Arrive at Scene of Disorder. Dumas. Ark.. Jan. 23.—A civilian po=se from Dumas, preceding Camp Pike troops to the scene erf Wednesday's trouble between-armed negroes and a deputy sheriff captured John Welch and Frank Kibbel, two of tlie alleged ringleaders, and ascertained that Will Klbbel, George Kibbel unrt Doc Hayes, the others, had escaped. The civilian posse met the Gump Pike soldiers and turned them back to Du- Introduces a- Resolution Declaring Whisky Is Needed to Fight the Cpi- 'demic of Influenza. • Washington, Jan. "23.-r-Representa- tlve Adolph J. Sabath of Chicago sought to revive the corpse of John Barleycorn by Introducing legislation designed to relax ^the stMngeocy'of the prohibition enforcement laws. , He. proposed an amendment of the prohibition enforcement act to author- tee the manufacture of 9 per cent wines and 3 per cent beers, ales ; and porters. New provisions regarding doctors' prescriptions also . were proposed by Mr. Sabath. Under this revision the illotment df one pint every ten days, would be increased to one quart ev,ery <5 days,' and the corner druggist would 5e relieves of.the responsibility.of pre- parlriff." records, of the physicians* dlrec-, ilons as to the amount and freqency >f the doses. Mr. Sabath also introduced a resolution declaring that whisky was needed is a "cure for Influenza which, Is ilarmlngly increasing,""and proposing suspension for 90 days »f provisions >f the national prohibition law requiring special, permits and: reports from Iruggisfg, physicians and others as to ;he use' *f liquor for..medicinal purposes. The resolution declared its purpose was "to the end that whisky may be prescribed and obtained for medicinal purposes without 'Unnecessary hindrances and delay." . / : •, .... PROFITEER t IN WHISKY NOW Brioklyn.prajftgiist*,Charge, » $<''** Pint, United States District Attorney Is ToJd. ' ' New York, Jan.' 23.—Complaints of profiteering in whisky by druggists who (mve obtained licenses to sell it for medlcirial us« were brought to the attention of United States District At- >orney Ross in Brooklyn. Some of the somplalnts told of charges of from S4 :o $6 a pint. "It strikes me'that $6 a pint for an article the ingredients, of which cost less than 50 cents'a gallon is unconscionable," said Mr. Ross, "and if there Is any way to stop it I will apply tSe remedy. It is possible that such cases might be prosecuted under the Lever act, which forbids anyone overcharging for necessaries. This law has be,en invoked in cases of overcharging for DR. GUILLER^O A. SHERWELL Dr.. Guillermo A; Sherwell, assistant (Secretary general of the second 1 Pan-American financial conference Itf Washington.' Doctor Sherwell Is also Juristic expert of the international high commlsaton and president of the Spanish-American Atheneum. of; Washlng- tra, amd In charge of the Spanish d'tfe partment' of Georgetown university. ' food andr clothing, but fo a person near the crisis In » case of pneumonia •r some other "disease, liquor becotaes if jrreatej... necessity than ..either food r clothing.;; .;.,-., -,>.:. '-.I.'<°r ••<•• '.:_'..: BOLSHEVISM HITS HONOLULU JapaneseV Newspaper Urgss -a "Red FJsa" Parade of Sugar Planta-. . tlon Strikers. Honolulu, T. H., Jan. 23.—A "red flajg" parade of .sugar plantation strikers was .urged here by the Japanese-language newspaper Shlnpo. The Shiiipo and another Japanese newspaper,, the ,Choho, urged_that the Japanese extend the -'.strike" to all plantations. Territorial executives of the American Legion announced they have taken under consideration the Japanese "red flag" propo.sal. The Japanese on one plantation charged that Filipinos intimidated them and forced them .to strike. Two good .basket ball games at the Normal gym Friday night. Game starts at & o'clock. Bwing plays Normal.— Advertisement. > Miss May Johnson of Anna is .visiting Miss Edith Maze. .Mrs. "Will RrcS ;and "Mrs. A, Heiple ' c£ DeSoto were among ihe out of town ^ visitors at the poultry show here yes[ terday. . -. : 1 Mrs. L. / D. M-ohlenbrock and baby . Jiave returned from a visit with' relatives in Murphysboro. Mrs. Mattie Davis has i.-eiturned from a visit in West Frankfort. Mrs,. Alex Andrews, who has been visjting^relatives in the city since November .returned to her home at Salem this morning. -- Mrs. Ernest Holmes and daughters, Gladys and Golda, are in Creal Springs having been called there because of the illness of her mother, Mrs. Findlay. Mrs. R. C. Wright, son, Burrell, and sister, Miss Eula Bolen, are visiting relatives in Campbell, Mb. BANDITS GET LIFE SAVINGS Chicago Robbers Force Man to Enter Auto—Bind and Gag Him— Take $14,800. n, Jan. 23.—Robert Kaezu- bduski, fortyJ-\vo, a restaurant owner at Fulton and Peoria streets. -,vas held up andxrnl>!.ied' oi: $14,800 at Halsted stroet. ami Austin avenue by three young bandits in an automobile. KaczubonsUf hail -just drawn 3iis 'mone>\ representing his life's savings, from a bank for the purpose of buying Polish marks and was accompanied by Bruno Szuretena. They were crossing the street when an automobile drew up and three men. with pistols ordered them to get into the car;' . ' Botli complied. Szuretena was ordered to junip (jut. A policeman found the automobile atjCanal and Randolph streets, with Kacxubouski. uncon- sciorts, on-tiuvtWor, bound and YALE TONIGHT ''OTtLE: COMRADE" The^hjost .pleasing, of the light Comedy Stars has. tieen gfiven.excellent material in Little Comrade. There's miles of smiles in store Jor those of you who see this picture. . . ., CHARLIE CHAPLIN in "Oh! What A Wonderful Night" Enough said for CHAS. - l •* llafnd 22 : BRADY in "THE FEAR MARKET" ' HCTUR&' 8 feature REALART 20 and 30 YALE SATURDAY 7 Rifey'sPoem Hffi-t •.-'(( Strike Oil in. Morocco. Important petroleum developments are expected from the French districts of Morocco where one small well. located at Dgecel, Is producing three tons of oil a day. Twelve more wells are being, .drilled. Government' committees •supervising supplies of gasoline for r Jince are considering leasing the petroleum springs at Pechel- brown, Alsace, a short .distance northr west of Strasbourg. Exemption of petroleum from import &uty is contemplated, .and many Important industries are transforming their furnaces so that oil may be burner] instead of coal. Dr. Scholi'i Toe-Fir x For clomped tow, enlarged joints and bunions. If Your Feet Ever Bother You it will interest you to know that this store has arranged, at considerable expense, to have . A Dr. Scholl Foot ^Expert here to examine feet, give advice and demonstrate that ' Tfiereisa D£ Scholl He knows all about feet and how to give Immediate Relief and Lasting •Correction Tuesday and Wednesday, Jan. 27-28 We hope everybody will take advantage of -this opportunity to get Examination and Advice Free Nine out of ten people have some. foot trouble. What is yours ? No matter how simple or how serious it may be—a mere coni — - pronounced flat' foot—this is your chance. Take advan- '- ge of it. Everybody welcome. DILL C<x. Scholf* A6»r6o mmcdiatffl relief •nd ulloa*, Scholl'* Bunion Kfdactr ft t?!T tt • to f,P" ! »«"fc . H>dM ths defonnity. , "•"'• I'liMimiiiiiiuilllllllHlHimillimiHIIIUinillllJIlM RELIABLE BATTERY REPAIRING and RECHARGING We aim to prevent trouble rather than repair it. To keep your car, running rather than to lay. it up, "and to get the last profitable^punce of service out of your old Battery rather than sell you a new one. INSPECTION FREE WATER FREE We are THE PEOPLE'S Ca«h In Advance. One month, per word One week, per word . "" One insertion, per word"""" Three Insertions, per word' WANTRB. WANTED—Furnished three, rooms and bath. "S, 1 \Press. apartment care Frea FOB Btvsj, Ir ° nt room » «•» Style Shop, for office or sleeping room.. Apply MlB* Rleth, Normal and" Monr£ FOR RENT-storage tor nonseboU goods, to the one story brick buildta. fillil J? 001 " 8 ' on aUe y ba <* otwew Barth Theatre. Apply Misa Rleth. FOR 399 L. RENT—Rooms. Telephone "FOR RENT—Furnished rooms. Modern. First door west of Herald printing office. 209 West Jackson. . FOR RENT—Two unfurnished rooms, modern. 401 West Oak Tale- phone 399 L. TOR SALE. FOR SALB—Lot on soulheatt earner of Boplar and Pecan. Call 8M K. FOR SALE—The Blbert ChiZden* farm, 10 acres near town, good house, a ^ . .. partlcu- flne water, fruit trees. lars see or phone A. B. FOR SALE OR RENT— 6 room bungalow, corner South Rawlinps amd Mill Sts". See J. C. Spence. FOR SALE—Two' hogs, weight 75 pounds. 512 West College. FOR SALE—One canary singer. Phone 398 Y. . now official for the service GUARANTEED 18 MONTHS and with Philco Retainers 2 YEA^S No other Battery like it, more powerful, longer lastinof, more reliable. Plates bMt for strength on the Diamond Diagonally Braced principal. Come in and let us explain •and demonstrate its superiority ODQM'S GARAGE 203 S. Waskiaf ton Are 1.08T LOST -j- Wednesday afternoon be- .tween'Gijjek confectionery and 704 West Walnut, velvet3>ae. Card, with name in it. • Reward.'''phone 354 T..- : LOST OR STOLEKT—Ten dollars tor return ot fur neck piece? s.tolen at Garment Factory. Care Garment Factory. Startled Even New York. Mrs. Carl Lamb, of Philadelphia, wife of Lieutenant Carl Lamb, U. S. N., recently startled New York by walking down Fifth avenue with a rag doll about twelve inches tall tied to her arm by a silken-cord of about the same ler i'th—not n pretty (loll at all, "just cu£e,">Mrs. Lamb said- herself. "Of_ course, he's sot n name," she said. "He's Ptitsy Dooley. His brother, Thomas 'Squeelix, is in Phlladelpl*'- with inj :s:-ster. I nave no intention of starting, .a Fifth avenue fnd. I made Patsy to take to China and:keep me- comnany when I go there within a few months." Soldiers Walked on Diamonds. Two detachments of British troops literally, walked on diamonds (or a week "or,so .during a trek they .mad* . to Southwest Africa during the war days. The march was through a fli- mous gem fleld and at erery nalt th« Tommies »oujht for precious stones ' B»W really TaloaW*«ii«« being ftmni

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