The Daily Free Press from Carbondale, Illinois on January 30, 1920 · Page 2
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The Daily Free Press from Carbondale, Illinois · Page 2

Carbondale, Illinois
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Friday, January 30, 1920
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THE DAILY FREE PRESS «H£ DAILY FREE PRESS Established •"3DaE1y 1903 Weekly 1877 f ' _ Press Publishing Co. MRS. JOHN T. GALBRAITH Editor and Manager Telephone - - 218' TERMS '^Subscription 16 cents a week. Advertising bills due weekly. Job work strictly caan. ANNUAL, SUBSCRIPTION 17.80., Entered at' the postofflce at Carbon- liMoia, as second' class.matter, ta the Free Press Building, t*t Main Street Jan; 30. 1920. PLAN SEIZURE OF U. S. Reds and I. W. W. Have Day Set, --.'.."•' ' Report. . WILL '•ADMIT 'GERMANY ' GENERAL SHKURO Allies Want Former Enemy in : League of Nations. ^Chicago. Attorney Warns Lumbermen's -:- "Convention of Plots — Says 35,000 '• . '•• .Are Preaching Sedition. "•"' Kansas City, Mp., Jnn. 30. — William H. Moss, an attorney of Chicago, -^(•eating ttt the convention here of the •'•Southern' Lumbermen's association, <3e- "•cfnred that "the' bolslievlki and radl- tcal I. W? W. in the United States have •ii <lay set. 'not 90 days away,' when *hey sonfldently expect, to seize the relos of the American government. .." It la. now. impossible to send a secret •service report to the department of ' JasUVie, -officers • at Washington .;wilhout ~-H*¥lng''lt inspected by ^bolshevik! and •^owu'wlth the government' workers," . asserted Mr. Moss, who Is said, to ve; £«en connected with invesjiga- ," of '"'radical' ' plots against the- States. He said he had "inside Information" that the American - radicals had 35,000 paid workers in 'this -country preaching the doctrines . of violent overthrow of American in-_ - (iustries and government and that mil> liotis of dollars are on deposit by various "craven organizations for this "purpose." Mexican^General in Chicago, Chicago, Jan. 30.—Gen. Jesus A. •Gfistro of the Mexican army, h:is been •in Chicago for the last two days. He tlwiled that his visit hns any political -significance und said he is hm-p on lousiness,. Paris and London Will Welcome Berv, lin's Entry—See .Strength for All In New Move. London, - Jnn. 30.—About ^tlie fh-st subject to come before the renewed peace conference 'here three weeks hence will lie the proposal to admit Germany to the League of Xutloiis. The British and even the French, feel the league will'.be incomplete and powerless without her, and it is also felt Hint admittance will strengthen the hands of the present Gerniiin government against-both monarchical re- HCtion niid bolshevist revolution. The former kaiser •will not be tried. The French now are definitely opposed to the trial, and the British go\- ernnientls much relieved at Holland's refusal to surrender the refugee. It is Celt here that the premier has 'ful- Slled his election pledge in making the lemand, and cannot he expected to jjo 3n. : . The next step will be\ request from the allies tp Holland that she guarantee the former kaiser's : safekeeping and prevent his return 'to Germany. _ ... . The sensational journal, "John Bull," editor, Horatio Bottoniley, M. P-.,-devotes two'-pirges to a'bitter-at-. tack on America based on editorials and news stories from the Hearst papers cabled, here. He says "America Is hostile to the allies and only interested in trade profits, and the allies might as well recognize the fact first as'last. . . "Bottomley is the lowest type of den> agogue, but his paper hns n circulation of over a million, chiefly among the lowest class Qf>'sports.' " . . llllllli . General Shknro, a-leader of ..the Don Cossacks, is popularly known .throughout Russia as the "Terror «£ the:Bpl- sheviltB." , . . '"•;••. SEES PLOT TO REDUCE PAY Brotherhood Official, Assails Cummins BUI as Part of Conspiracy Against Labor. * New York, Jan. 30.—Charges - that "certain railroads" were planning to reduce wages as'soon'as the roads were returned to private ownership were made by Timothy Shea, acting president of the Brotherhood oi' Loco•motive Firemen and Ensinemen, at the twentieth annual meeting oC the National Civic association here. Mr. Shea denounced the C'.immir.s hill, now before the senate, and joined with Samuel Gompers, president of the American Federation of Labor, in an attack on arbitration. I. W. W. LAWYER'S feUN HELD George F. Vanderveer Deprived of Weapon at. Trial for Armistice Day Murder^'" ; < ':•.,• : , Montesano, V/a-sh.; .Fan. 30.—George F. Vanderveer, ccnvnsel: for-.the defense In the trial ot .11, alle^eti-.I. - W. jW. charged with rmircle'r in._.connection with the Centralia Armistice day shootings, was ordered by Judge Wilson to deposit his revolvgr in the of- Bce of the county clerk oefore entering court hereafter. AMUSE-U Tonight and Saturday Tell? .. ,'.•.. -. .•. • • ... . With ALICE LAKE and an all star cast. Present this delemma of icve and girlhood., A tense pho^todrama of New Englands fishing folk. This production no longer than three weeks ago broke the house records of the Capital Theatre of N.Y. .The ;World's larges' - ! - ' H jest picture theatre. Also CHESTER OUTING 2Oc and 3Oc SHOWS ONLY WAY TO GET LIQUOR /. Bureau of Internal Revenue ., Issues New Rules on Whisky Sales. ^ TO SELL SEIZED 5 SPIRITS Doctpr Can Prescribe Ncceimary, but Only 'on Blank* Issued by the Government— Six Quarts the Limit , BATTLE FOR IRISH BARRACKS Attackers for Two Hours Try to Seize Ardmore Police Quarters—One Person Injured. Youghal, County Cork, Ireland, Jan. SO.—The police barracks at Ardmore, County Warerfoni. six miles east of this place, was attacked for two hours. One person was injured. Details of the attack are lacking. Washington, 'Ian. 30.—Methods by. which intoxicating .liquors ob-_. tained .for .medicinal purposes and de- 1 tailed regulations' governing, their sale were maile public here by the bureau|aKreeynue. •...••• . Ann'^tiiceiiBeht 1 also was' made that the bureau hhd compiled a system of permits, providing a definite and fixed channel through Which all Intoxicating llqnors must move and by which hereafter the government will know the location of every gallon of distilled liquor within the nation's boundaries, except that stored in private homes. Warns the* Profiteers. In setting forth tjie ways in which liquor, may be procured, Commissioner Eoper took occasion to Issue a .warning against profiteering in its sale. The commissioner declared that exorbitant charges for'liquor f or "medicinal purposes "certainly places the -tiis- I penscrs thereof In the class with prof-: iteers and they'.will be investigated." ,-u.r. Koper. also announced fhat all liquor seized under federal law, prior to October 28 .last!'" unless cUtmed .under, the GO days'ruling, would be sold by order of the court under, the jurisdiction of which it is 'Keld. It inust be sold, however, to a holder of a permit to oSe it either for- medicinal or honbeverage purposes. Both the physician who (prescribes ami the pharmacist" who sells liquor, the regulations 'provide, must have- ti permit which may be .obtained from the federal prohibition director. A Few of tha Methods. Other details follow : "Any physichin',duly licensed to ntoxlcants, If i practice medicine and actively enr- -._ „.-_•.. i gaged'i n the practice of .such profes- ! sijj'n, may. obtain a permit to prescribe intoxicating liquor and may then issue prescriptions for distilled spirits, wines or certain alcoholic medicinal preparations for medical purposes Jtor persons' upon -whom he is in attendance in cases where he believes that the use of liquor as a medicine is necessary.,- :• •_ •';';-,- "Iri'no case "may spirituous'.liiiuor be prescribed by orje or; more physicians in excess of one pint for the, same person within any period of ten days. / "All prescriptions for intoxicating liquor are required to be written on prescription blanks provided by the bureau, except , that in emergency oases physicians may use their regular prescription blanks! "Prescriptions for intoxicating liquor may be filled only by registered pharmacists who hold'permits authorizing them to do so, or who are employed by retail druggists holding such permits'. Pharmacists and druggists holding, such permits' will procure their supplies of' intoxicating liquor from.-manufacturers or other, persons .holding liquor. ''Physicians may; also obtain permits entitling them to procure not more than six quarts of distilled spirits, wines of oerta'n nlcohollc preparations, during any.'calendar-..year, for . administration .to their patients iii^ emergency cases, where delay In pro-;j caring liquor on ft prescription through a pharamacist might have serious consequence to the patient. ' Hospitals Have Authority. ' "Provision also/is in regulations ior Issuing permits to hospitals and sanatoriums to enable them to procure^lntoxlcatinjp. liquor to be ad- nifnistered for mertlcinnl purposes to v . patients at .such Institutions, and also' for issuing permltsl^tp manufacturing,, industrial and' other establishments maintaining' first-aid 1 station's, authorizing them to procure such liquor for ad- ministration'to 'their employees for medicinal purposes: in .emergency $550 JAX FOR EACH FAMILY Representative Luce (Re'p.), Massachusetts,' Criticize* Federaj Reserve System—Upheld by Hefiin. i Washington, Jan. &>. —Qovernment taxes during 1921 will amount to approximately ?550 for every family In the United States, Representative Luce (Rep.), Massachusetts, declared In the house. Criticizing the federal reserve board for issuing $3,000,000,000 in notes, Mr. Luce said there was an impending "financial menace." The federal reserve system, he s,aid, has "never stood any test." 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