•V. THE DAILY FREE Good Music All Costume Elks Valentine Party THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12 Dancing Games LOCAL NEWS Frank Sumner. has gone to St. Louis and Pana on a business trip. The Free Press has a limited supply of attractive handy pack stationery with the S. IN. U. insignia, at 25 cents per pack. Mrs. Laura Hill, of the Johnson' Vancil, Taylor Co. store, is spending a few days on business in Chicago. • Twelve remaining bandy packs of lined finish S. I. N. U. stationery are offered at 25 cents each. An opportunity for the students. ' Mrs. Elmer Bass and son, George William, who have been residing with her parents.Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Baton, are visiting relatives in Murphysboro. Only twelve more 25 cent handy pa«ks of S. I. N. TJ. embossed stationery at the Free Press. Students, why not avail yourself of this opportunity? Guaranteed -hard wheat flour, $15 per "r:arrel this week. Farmers' Supply.' Phone 180.—Advertisement. George A. Neal spent today in Carbondale where he assisted in holding an examination for new applicants for barbers' certificates. George was recently appointed on the examining board.—DuQuoin Call. METHODISTS ATTENTION Ladles of the Methodist church are requested to meet at the church Thursday, Feb. 12, at 2 o'clock, to make-plans for the dinner to be served next week. —Advertisement. Rudolph Stahlheber of Pinckney ville was-the guest yesterday of th M>J. Quigley family. i Fi Mi Si All d&y meeting of the Methodis ladies of the Woman's Foreign Mis sionary. Society at the Methodist church Thursday, Feb. 12. The ladies are requested ,to bring tDieir lunches and spend the day doing special wpfk for the foreign field. All the women of the church are invited to be presen and bring needle, thread, thimble and scissors.—Advertisement. KNIGHTS AND LADIES OF SECURITY All members'are urged to be present Friday night, Feb. 13. Important business.—Advertisement. TAXI! TAXI! TAXI! For closed car service call 312 Y, Brooks Taxi Station, - or 66, Brooks Garage. Night or day service.—Advertisement. AUSTRALIAN WKIP- CRACKERSAT MINSTREL People who have visited the Haggen beck-Wallace shows the past three years will remember the novelty act presented by the dark-skinned "Australian Wjaites" known among.the.pub- lic as the "Australian! Whip-Crackers" and were the one act that the people talked about after the show. This act has been secured by Manager Harvey for his Greater Minstrels" wTiieh will be at the Amuse-U Friday, Feb. 13. The remarkable work done by these petcuKar people is almost beyond description, coming as they do. from a tribe of "head hunters," they E;C_ quired their talent • in the wilds :of Africa and Australia! This act is one of many -which will be.presented by Mr. Harvey in what he calls, "The On. ly stow of its kind in the World."— Advertisement. IMPORTANT MEETING Of the Methodist ladies at the . church Thursday afternoon at'2 o'clock. | —Advertisement. . CROWN PRINCE OFFERS TO "PAY" He Will^and jTriafilnstead;bf Other GaM. -j. . man Officers. '.: ; ; , WlLLIHG TO BE* A "VICTIM" FEBRUARY CLEAN UP SALE This big sale positively closes Tuesday night, February i/th, We are clearing our store of all winter goods and are .offering, them at a big price reduction to accomplish this object. Do not let this opportunity pass to save money. Clean Up Sale Of All Women's Suits 2nd Floor. IS $44.50 Beautiful navy blue silver- tbne suit. $55.00 dJQQ 7C Value 00 U.I U Brown tricotine tailored suit.' $59.50 Nobby suit of henna shade tricotine, fur collar. $45.00 <Dnn 7K Value $Za.f vl Navy serge suit semi tailored. Clean Up Sale Of All Women's Coats 2nd Floor $95.00 (hen 71- Value vpOO.rO Modish coat of taupe tinsel- tone. $45,00 , Girlish coat of Imperial velour. $24.50 Navy kersey cloth coat ?&f $45.00 Nobby coat of Bolivia, cloth. vS $25,00 Misses coat of Pekin blue sil- vertone. ; // Clean Up Sale in our Bargain Basement 29c Outing Flannel All 35cjight and dark outing flatir nel cut to.per yard... ...... 29(J A9c Black Sateen. 27-10500 black sateen, February : clean up price per yard 39c 59c AmosKeag Ticking 32-in. 750 amoskeag ticking, Feb- ciean up price per-yard 59c 43c Fancy Ribbon. One lot of wide fancy floral ribbon 5oc values cut to per yard .. '.. 436 29c Gingham All 27 and 32-in 350 dress ging- iiams cut to per yard .... ..... 29c $1.69 Men's Union Suits All Men's 2.oo ribbed union suits, February clean up price eacb§ j.g9 98c Baby Blankets 1.25 wool knap fancy baby blanket, assorted colors, clean up price 98c Women's Shoes 1.95 500 pairs of women's shoes, sizes up to 5, all styles, worth up to 5.00 on table at. $1.85 Men's Work Shoes 1.95 50 pairs of men's work shoes, all sizes, worth up to 3.5031. . .$1.95 Women's Walking Shoes 3.95 All sizes women's calf walking- shoes, latest style, worth 5.00 and 6.00, in this sale. $3.95 Women's Black Kid Shoes 3.95 AH sizes women's black kid shoes, high and low heels, lace, .worth 4.50 and 5.00.v. ....''.'.$3.95 Men's Dress Shoes 3.95 All sizes men's brown calf dress shoes, worth 5.00, on sale..JJ.95 Telegram* Sent t« All Allied Natio Germany Preparing List Containing . Names of Entente Soldiers Ac. ' cmed of VI*la(lng-Lawa.. Washington, Feb. 11. — Frederick William Hohenzoliern, .former Jvcrpwa prince of Germany; In. a cablegram" received. bj President, Wilson, offers to -surrender himself, for .trial by the allied governments In 'place .of -.the approximately 900 Germans 'whose "extrai dition has been Demanded. • His message was sent from Wlerin- ;en Island, Holland, and similar cablegrams are understood to" have been sent to the kings of Great Britain, Belgium' and Italy, the emperor of Japan j and the president of France. • ! . Message From Crown. Prince. The message to President Wilson is as follows: ... • "To the President of the -United States of North America — Mr. Wilson, Washington: Mr. President: The demand for lie delivery of Germans of every walk )f life has. again confronted my country, sorely, tried by four years of war and one year of severe Internal struggles, with a crisis that is without a precedent in the history ef the world ns affecting the life of a people. That a government can be found in Germany, which would carry put the demanded surrender is out of the .ques-' ion ; the consequences to Europe of in enforcement of the demand by -flo- ence'are incalculable, hatred. and revenge would be made eternal. Offers to Be Victim of Allies. "As the former successor to the throne of my fatherland, I am willing at this fateful hour to stand- up for my compatriots.. If the allied- and associated governments want a victim let them take me instead of the 900 Germans who have committed no offense other than that of serving their country in the war. ~ "WELHELM." "Wierlingen Island, Feb. 9, 1920." Germany Draws Up List Berne, Feb. 11. — Germany^ is preparing a list containing the names of allied soldiers and high officials 'who are accused by the Berlin government, of violations of the war, and plans to submit it as a counter proposal-to the demand of the allies for extradition of Germans who are alleged to be war criminals. The list is In the course of compilation and it is expected it will 'be ready for publication and delivery- shortly. It will contain specific indictments based upon alleged authenticated material which is on file In the German archives. " It is stated, however, Germany will not demand extradition of the men named . in its indictment. Assembly Committee in Line. . Decision was reached -by the committee^ on foreign relations of 'the na- tidnal"assembly Monday to support the government's stand declaring "the ethical and patriotic Indignation of the German people at the allied demand for extradition of Germans accused of war crimes is such that the carrying out of extradition measures has been made physically impossible and would produce Internal., insurrection." Independent socialist members re- tused 'to subscribe to this declaration, adopted at the meeting of the cofnmit- tee,.which la? yd for three horfrs In the afternoon. / I The gover Jient has decided to submit the offli'^Al extradition list to the-' first attorney general at Leipzig, with instructions to investigate the offenses listed -' and. determine whether the charges.made by the allies cnn be. pun^ ishedffunder the German criminal or civil' ^Odes. "Down" With France," Munich Cr.y. Munich, Feb. ll.^-After a meeting of. Bavarian democrats to iif protest against'; extradition demands of tKe entente, -.several thousand persons formed a procession to tlie hotel where a part of the entente commission is residing. .• The crowd sang "Deutschlarid Dber Alles," cried "Down With France," and otherwise gave vocal expression to its feelings., - . SHirley Mason the cleverest n today. Gojiicdy Roaming Bath Tub" Also MUTT AND JEFF 11 and 22 Amuse-U Friday Matinee and Night. Harvey's Greater Minstrels. We saw this show in Murphysboro last night We can prom, se you the greatest showyou have" eyerseenm Carbondale. We ask you ib attend the Matinee 3^2.30 _ J u "io attend Price Matinee lower floor 75c Balcony • cc c Evening ;2 front rows 55 c . Balance lower floor r , o Balcony front 3 rows i.io. -Balance 7/c On Hot Biscuits CORN SYRUP It's a perfect combination, and like Oliver Twist, you'll cry lor "More!" Get a can from your grocer. YHE AMOS-JAMES GROCER CO. Rcalen wbo dtipby thit «zn handle Juit KichtFoodProdttcu. Wnnt Ads. That Work Wonder. Read/Them Today Ca»h in Advanei. One month, per word ..,. One week, per word .../ One insertion, per word .. Three insertions, per word CARD OF THANKS We wish, to extend our sincere appreciation" to "the friends who so kindly assisted us during the illness and death of our mother, Mrs Emma Betts. •..'•. The Family. Advertisement foknsen, Vaneil, ffaifler EGYPT "ROLLING IN WEALTH" Illiterate' Mud Hut Dwellers ' Make Thousands in Cotton Deals—Automobiles in Demand. London, Feb. U'.—Egypt is "bursting with wealth" accumulated-'from cotton;' isays.'.a correspondent of the Daily: Express in Curio.' "Illiterate natives living in mud 'huts have made £20,000 sterling out ..of cotton deals,".lie continues. "Some have made £100,000. - They are buying land, at inflated prices and paying off mortgages which are regarded as family ^ heirlooms. .One British official soys ; the country has made at least '£100,: 000.000. Naturally there is an influx of 'new millionaires in Cairo, withi 'a hnge demand for automobiles, jewelry, new houses and ail kinds of iwtfri.es,' out. in the provinces many of the new! ly.rich have not changed their standard of living at «11." .' . •. . ':•- - ; i JITNEY! JITNEY! JITNEY! Call 381 or the O. K. Barber shop. I am running four cars. I> can absolutely "assure you the best service in the city. Always a good driver to answer your call. I do nothing but auto service, day and night. • Remember phone 381. or the O. K. barber shop. .->.!"' jBart* Noel, Prop. < Advertisement. , ' m WANTED—Cook at Van Npy. buggy. Phone'26. ^ WANTED-Wash woman. Phone 28.' WANTL%-Woman~to do house work for mother and two school children. Call 364 X, after 5:30 WANTED—Two young single men to travel with manager as, salesmen. Energetic, country men and school teachers preferred. state age amf previous employment. Address J. E. Morgan, Springfield, Illinois, General Deliver}-. . •• WAKTED-Two furnished rooms by couple, with or without lighthouse keeping., M ust have convent lences. Address 'A. Z. oi- get name from 'Free Press. WANTED^Local store has opening for an experienced saleswoman to sell .ladies' garments. One'who can do alteration work,' state experience salary.expected and reference in ark letter. Care Free Press. ' . RENT—Two ' ° K or °*"*« «i«»»ta* Apply Ml^B Riethi Normal and K -FOR RENT—Five Phone 466 K: N • room house. FOR JUONT-stonsw »r goodi. In the one ato& M* t flpora, en alley J»ik Tfce»tre. Apply Ifu» Rfcth. FOR RENT—Furnished room, modern. 310 West Monroe. .. - TOR SALE. COLONIES MAY PAY DEBTS Reported France May Cede Guiana, Martinique/ Guadeloupe, Saint Pierre and Miquelon to U. S. .Paris, Feb.. 11,—That France is con- Bidering the possibility of ceding French Guinna, .'Mai-rinque. Guadeloupe 'Saint Pierre, and Saint Pierre Miquelon to the United States and Madagascar-ncd French Somalilanu— which controls tiio Suex. canal fi-oin the south end of the Red sen—to Great Britain, .it is• "-rumored -in official- circles follhwinjr MillerHiul's statement to the chamber of dep.ufies'that.t'he, government is preparing "to make certain political concessions to foreign-powers;" ." • . . ' U. S.: Would Sell Tobacco. Paris, Feb. 11.— America has sounded France ; ori the subject of :the tobacco monopoly for , this country 1 being fanned... out .to.:? the,; United .States for ' ' FOR SALE— Pony. Inquire 703 'West Pecan. , . • - . ••- E °a SALE— Five room house and large lot, close to town, $1500. Call at 305 East Main St. FOUNC . FOUND— Some money in' post- office. Owner will call and pay for this -ad. - \f — . **•i /HUNT*! aKl! Ysiirur'tn. •treatmentoTITCH, ECZEMA RINGWORM,- TETTER at, other i tciiing skin diseases. Try < ° *?"?" s " T "t-our risk..... f -If I HEWITT'S DRTTQ STOHE PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT ,.. ... , -,,. -.— T —,,_._„„. iul Wanta .books/ to keep, do anditiog 25:;vears, nccordingjto'a report cnrrent" and prepare income tax- return* "it" Ifl • til A • 5irm»*ro- -cnirc ."flirt ''Tnn'««.' n i ''••'•' '' :•."'; .m_ A ' m__^- »C_ __•'''-' • * ^^* i--.~<>. . says -the, Journal .care' Frefr PMM. '' '
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