The Daily Free Press from Carbondale, Illinois on February 12, 1920 · Page 3
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Carbondale, Illinois
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Thursday, February 12, 1920
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THE DAILY FREE PRESS L»OGaI News- C. M. Wilkins : -round house foreman .for the Illinois Central here, who has been very ill for the last few days, is reported improved this afternoon. Hot biscuits and butter -served with .•supper at.Pardner Edd's.—'Advertisement. Miss Hattie House, arrived, yesterday afternoon'from. East St. Louis because of the "death' of her brother, Harry House,' which occurred -yesterday morning. ... ' Only twelve more 25 cent handy packs of S. I. N. U'. embossed stationery at the Free Press. Students, why not avail yourself of 'this opportunity? Cecil T. Hill, of Detroit, Mich., arrived here last niight because of the serious illness of his mother, Mrs. Ida Hill. v The Rree Press has a limited supply of -attractive handy pack stationery with the S. I N. U. insignia, at 25 cents per pack. : Mrs. Alva Miller of Golconda is visiting her mother, Airs. Jennie Rascoe. For a good meal stop at Pardner Edd's. Imperial Cafe.—Advertisement. Harry MeGhee of Bro'okport was here last evening enroute to St. Louis, on a business trip.x Twelve remaining handy packs of linen finishes. I. N. U. stationery are offered at 25 cents each. An opportunity for" file students. Try our coffee and home made pies. Pardner Edd. Imperial Cafe.—Advertisement. Mrs. Ed Rolens of Murphysboro was a visitor here yesterday. . Mrs. Ree Drury left today for Carterville where she-will visit a few days with relatives. •Mr. and Mrs. Joe Turner of Creal Springs were guests of Mrs. Ree Drury Tuesday night. Guaranteed '. hard- wheat flour, $15 per barrel this wsek. Farmers' Supply. Phone 180.—Advertisement. Mr. and Mrs. Wiegand of St. Louis were here yesterday to attend the funeral o£ the latter's sister, Mrs. A, T. LOVE TANGLE (Continued, from Page 1.) silica mill trouble. . Another new tangle to the trouble is the statement that'one night shortly after the Sunday named, and before the shooting, took place, a bunch of tell-ows went to the plant for the purpose of, "getting" Grammer'when he went to a clcok on the side of the jrnall garage there to punch the hour, but that he had probably punched that clock just before they' got there.and after waiting quite a while some of them grew tired of waiting and the party left without shooting any that night - With this additional matter repoi't- ed, and Mrs' Tucker-Freeman's charges against her husband, the three "Home Makers" Program To Feature Farmers' Meet • - ,. '.;.'• /. I . ,- ' ;. Eminent Speakers Will Take';Up Problems of-.Women in Homes—Women to Gome Together on Same Plane to Solve Questions ptClothing, Shelter and Schools —Domestic Life Ends-Purpose of Domestic Science Program Part of the Illinois Farmers' Institute. The Household Science Department specialist .for the "University of Illi- v of the Illinois Farmers' Institute has j nois: - ..... ••-• , ' . ., ! Better.-health laws are needed for arranged a strong program for the three day state meeting herfe.begihni'ng on Wednesday, Feb. .18, and women from all parts o£ the state will be in attendance to discuss the most important -subjects of the present day for better homemaldng. Illinois women have a duty to per- no'ow before them Not all new problems are , demanding, attention but old ones .to be colored in new ways town, and country and' a woman who -is. giving, her life-to make'tetter, conditions' to her 'own- community' i's Dr. Eva Wilson, of Will county,, who will speak on "Health' Protection.." '• j cornered love affair that led to the re-; will, have consideration. Many have capture of Hiirand'the detention of 1 torgotte^tne conservation, and the Tucker, or Freeman, it seems, has thrift which was so necessary dur- resulted in the law picking up quite a \ in e the &<**• war and ey ery hom?- bit of interesting information, or alleged information. Hill carne here from Flat River, Mo. The Tuckers- came in from Salem, 111., after tarrying there long enough to sell a horse and buggy -he hired from a St. Louis liveryman, according to his wife's -story to iae St. Louis officers. maker must enlist, now for service to reduce the high cost- of living. The meeting here will "be full of helpful and ' interesting subjects and no homemaker can afford to miss a single session. The thought in. making the program was, ithat the women of tho state be advised of new duties which are theirs, awakingj them to responsibility and offering them help to make a greater home and-community life for Illinois. Every club affiliated Question Will Be Discussed in • House of Parliament by Lady Astor. Sir Donald MacLean Says, "The Fact America Has Gone Dry Is an Economic Fact of Gravest Importance to Britain." * x London, Feb. 12.—Thi> li(]\ior quest- tion will be duhnted in the house 'of commons some time this week, wlie.'i, according to a., Luil.v As 1 - tor-wlli* speiik on the topic. In'which she Is much interested and upim which she has mklressed several me'ut- ings during the pin-li:iment:ir.v vacation. Ft will not only he her ladyship's maiden speech in the house, but the first time that any - wo'imm has been heard in parliament. The drink question .was briefly dis- REDS COOTHOL ODESSA Thousands of Citizens. Flee From the Russian City. March Away Toward Rouman'ia and Gather on Ships Awaiting" Escape . From Bolsheviks. • Constantinople,' Feb. 12.—The latest Information received here from' Odessa oays that the bolshevik army now is in- control of the city: Ten thousand refugees are on ships in the harbor awaiting escape. .Russian officers and other refugees are marching in. small bands to Tiraspol, 73 .miles northwest of Odessa, on the Roumanian border. with the department of household sci- T ,, e Brlt , gh b£Utlcship ^ three ence will be represented by delegates j BriUsh destroyers ..- nnd a Fl .' ench ' g^: while every woman In, the state is earnH boat are standing by. The. British " cruiser Ceres is towing a steamer load- Floyd, Jr. Mrs. Wiegand was former- 1 cussed in both houses of parliament 17 Miss Mina Lipe. Mrs. Hat'tie Gule- "' man of Jefferson- City, Mo., another sister, and Frank Grammer of Herrin, the funeral. NOTICE The True Blue Bible class will not meet with Mrs. P. D. Johnson Saturday. Meeting postponed on account ot flu epidemic.—lAdvertsement. , The meals you get at Pardner Edd's are home cooking.—AdYer- , tisement. W.G.T.U. POSTPONED On account of the flu situation there ill be no meeting of the W. 0/T. TJ. tomorrow. — Advertisement. CARD OF THANKS To the many friends we wish to say, we thank you for your kindness, sympathy and service during our sad bereavement. Also for the beautiful floral offerings. Alfred T. .Floyd, Jr.,' and little daughter, June Lorraine, ; A. T. Floyd, Sr., and family, Sisters— Mrs. Mina Wiegand, -Mrs. Ada Baleom, Mrs. Vern Watson, Mrs. Ida Winchester, : Mrs. Emma Hagler, Mrs. Vick"i,ipe. Brother, Frank Grammer. ' Advertisement. tisement. TAXI! TAXI! TAXI! For closed car service call 312 Y. Brooks Taxi Station, or 66, Brooks Garage., Night or day service.—Adver- Earl Curaon told the lords thnf the lull on this subject to ln> intrnihiceil n-ould- contain provisions for. shorter hours of s»>le. Tlie eitperiraent of state inun- agement - certainly would not l»> dropped, he said. . U. S.-Dry "of Grave Importance." In the hrtuse of commons the subject was allu'ded to by Sir Donald ilnr- Lean. ;- "The fact that America hns gnnp dry is an economic fnct of the pruvest importance to Grent Britain," he sriid. He declared the British expenditure for drink absolutely staggered him. :3Dhe country spent more than £101.000.000 (nominally $820,000,000) for drink In 1914, he said, and tills expenditure Increased steadily until It \v:is £i"in.- 000,000 (i?,l,4ny,000,000) In 1918. while it was estimated that the expenditure for the year ending March 21 n«x1 would be nearly £400.000.000 $2,000,000,000). He was unaware what the duty on the consumption for the lust named period would produce for the public revenue, 'but the fluty of 1018 wns £48,500,000 ($242;nOO,'000). ' It was a form of revenue thnt all chancellors of the exchequer would he pleased to. be able to dispense with, he'said. He hoped the measure proposed by the estly invited to attend and have a part in all the discussions. This "home-makers" convention' is the one organization! where women can come together • on one plane to solve' the same problems-, viz., that of feeding, clothing and sheltering the family. The making of better homes, schools, communities and a better nation, for the making of greater future, citizenship is the most important work in the lives of present day men and women. ' • . . Some Important Subjects. Education, progress, thrift, health and community cooperatioon will be included among the. many important topics of the meeting. . For the opening day the sessions on progress and education will be •addressed by prominent speakers. Dr. Eugene Davenport of the University of Illinois will speak from the subject, "Woman—the -Homemaker," dealing .j with ' the educa- INFLUENZA ^..U are elbsed by order of the LOCAL Board of Health knd the .City Ot- S-^TTA IIVOi;der ^ comb at'the spread of INFL'U- JiNZA.-. JKr e ,vM :well as /everyone in this common-" . ity,' are. interested in. preventing the-spread of th'ts Contagious Epidemic,, if t'h is -form: of pneumonia be, - m a " d . w f ur S<;?mmend thateveryone ,ur£e the above • H! official bodies compelling the closing all places - of ^ 'business with the exception of purveyors of FOOD g;: PRODUCTS, DRUG STORES an/BANKS °AU H 'so. Lodge Meetings, Club Meetings..', and: Social m .- Oathpings. During tt,e epidemic of 1918 'this g drastic, closing regulation- as -suggest^, accora- g plished. more in five days than a partcali. closing g as now in force did in two months. The closing of :' |j. the. State Normal University and 'an order prohibit- - g. school children and. people without urgent s business, appearing on streets,, coupled with a ! p cordial co-operation between L6cal Health Authpt- ip r ities and our Physicians, should in a short period'- •. _= r^o „, ,„ HI place us-in a position to receive the visiting Far- , O tl_ • __ il . .1- . . . - . £» g. mers.on Feb. iSth,. ipth.aothV which'under-present g conditions,'• we could r!: not~ legally, do. Assuring m every one in this community .of our hearty coopera-' ^= firm .'..'• • • • . ' ' r fs- tion, By E..W. EARTH. Pres. WE THANK YOU. The Earth Theatre Co. ed with refugees to Varna, Bulgaria,' nnd the American destroyer Biddle is en .route to Constanza with refugees. It is reported an Italian' steamer filled 'with refugees is signaling that she is In distress off Serpents island, in the 'Black sea. . . , ' • Reports, received in inter-allied circles state that isolated murders of Russian officers began in Odessa February 1. These were followed' by rioting, which only small -parties of Russian students under the direction of British officers attempted to control. .. Xew York, Feb. 12.—The remnants of the army of General Tudenitch, who was routed last fall when he had almost reached Petrograd," are menaced with.extermination by typhus, according, to a cablegram received from Ba- siie MaklakofC, representative of the anti-bolshevik forces in Paris, which was made public by the American central committee'for Russian relief. All that is left of General Tude- nitch's forces are 2,000 officers arid 18,000 men, and of these, the cablegram tional side of home making and the I says, there is not a single man who Is necessity for every woman to be cap-, not infected with typhus or some other disease. able of making her profession the •greatest known to women. Women are making a. study of the TEACHERS' best plans and equipment for our] homes and :the subject, "The Kitchen Chicago Instructors as a. Workshop," will he presented by Mirs. Lillian. B. Phelps, a high school household science teacher in Southern Illinois. ' T How to make this workshop convenient, attractive and a joy to be in, will be discussed by Mrs. H. M. PAY IS BOOSTED THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN 48,000 Drug Stores Sell It" Five million people use it to KILL COLDS" HILL'S Standard opiates- Dunlap, who needs no introduction to Illinois' audiences. - • All 'up-to-date" cookery, such as the tireless, steam and casserole have been generally discussed, hut the worth of the pressure cooker is not so well known. Mrs. G. W. Meyer of Edwardsrille will demonstrate the use of the cooker in. preparing a family meal. '• ' '. government would prove tn he n sci-I-[ a j tl ous attempt to grapple with the evil.' ' Eminent Women Speakers. Miss Jane Addams, who is known not only throughout Illinois, but the nation and world, has been secured for an evening, address and will have -for her subject "Present Food Con- Laborite for Nationalized Mines. WilJiiun Bruce, president of the Soutli Wules Miners' Federation, speaking in the house of commons in behalf of !a!»or, moved an amendment to tiie reply tj the speech from the throne, delivered by King George, expressing regret for "the. absence of any. proposal to nationalize the coal nifties of the country along lines rec- of the Miss AddanJs brings a direct message from Eurppe, as she has 'seen condition there. Her life in social service and her great work at Hull House, Chicago, gives her a plac.e in the hearts of all classes. ' Trriftyhomemakers are needed today as never before and "The Business Side of Housekeeping" will be presented by LIis. Clara Ingrum Judson, writer, lecturer and then, .best , informed woman available on the the roynl commission on j suWect O of how to spend the dollar, usti'.v, which was appoint-| Mr ^. j u( j s . on js a 0 i n , g wor]< Iar tlle oinmended by the majority members of the roynl the coal iiiflu ed to advise the government" as to the , _. .^ , „, . best methods of reorganizing the 1n- IInited States ' treasur y and will have dustry." - Referring to the; address of William Lunn, n labor member who preceded Brace, demanding the iiationnlizaiion Hiflh Price Paid for Beefsteak. ( The highest price ever paid for| 'steak was probably at Circle City, ar a town that sprang up over during the .Klondike gold excitement. The first beefsteak to reach there soi'd for $48 a pound. Every one •wanted some of It, and so they raffled it off for the benefit of ti hospital. Tickets were sold from 50 cents to $2.50 for thei privilege of drawlsp a | prolonged'cheering followed. jOlce. • •-•.•" ;•:•"- '•'•••'. -yv. a message for Illinois women. Miss Mabel Wilkerson of the' University of Illinois will tell the women I how to choose wisely and what to Lloyd j spend for clothing. Her subject is George declared that if nny attempt, "Views of a Textile Expert." For the "Health" session three whole fabric of free government. On Very Str ° ng ^ ak ^s will discuss such an issue, declared the premier, i n - uestio .» s f °V making better , health "we will fight Him to the death." ' in Illinois. Dr. Caroline Hedger of Such, action, declared Lloyd George,' Chicago, a well known' physician 1 of would not be a strike, for wages and ' the war period'and who is now. doing betterment of conditions of labor, but! much for the foreign women 'of the of .all indnstrius, Premier. we're made to convince the country by violence it would be a challenge to- the for thr establishment of a soviet, and • country, will have for her topic,. "Re- that would mean the end of constttu-1 tional. government. "This nation has ever .fought for liberty, and will fight for' it again," fetion of Health Progress." Miss Fannie Brooks, a-Red Gross'-Nurse, who oserved her state in. France for Lloyd George exclaimed, ancf loud nnd nearly eighteen months, .will speak on "The Red .Cfoss Nurse in Peace Time." Miss, 'Brooks is a health Allowed '$5001 More a Year-—Promotional Period "'•' . •' Is Shortened. Chicago, Feb. 12.—A flat increase of $500 over the 1918 salary schedule for teachers, in the Chicago school system and.tiie shortening of the promotional period required to reach the maximum pay^from twelve to' nine to the elementary schools and from seventeen to ten in the "high schools were the outstanding features of the salary schedule for teachers, principals, head assistants aiid~ others approved by the finance committee and to be adopted by the board of education. ,The increases are retroactive to January 5 and will operate for only one year unless the next, general assembly provides legislation, . to' extricate'•- the school system from ..its" difficulties due to H. C. L. and restricting tax laws. A. B. PYKE Ca«h In Advance. One month, per word' . -tg One week, per word ...... '"ot One -insertion, per word ..''" '" Three insertions, per word Jig WANTED. *«a ho to do house work _for mother '• and two schoolchildren. Call 364 X, after 5i30.: , -."- WANTED—Two. young singTeTnien: i to. travel with manager as salesmen. «m«d y for zo y «ar. Ene «etic country men anfr*ch>ol 5 teachers preferred. State age and* previous .employment Address : J,. E.; Morgan, Springfield, Illinois, General^ . . tablet form—safe, lure, no 'ireaks up * cold in 24 its—relieves grip in 3 days. Money, back if it. fatli. The line box has .. with Mr. picture. Red Hill's OWL ROOST. •Mr. and Mrs. Leon.; Hagler and daughter, Frances Lee, spent Tuesday in Carbondale with her parents, Mr.' and Mrs. B. F. Eaton. Mrs. Erne Stearns"of Boskydell risit- 'ed Mrs. Edith Stearns Friday even- in& ' '.'.-''.• . : Mrs. Chas. Hopkins' is staying with her daughter, Mrs. Chas. Lipe, who is sick.. '..,-.., Neighbors ami friends here received word Wednesday that a new son had been born to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lipe. They are staying in Carbondale with his .sister, Mrs. Oma Deck. iM'r. and Mrs. Lester Lipe and daughter spent .Sunday with Homer Fligor aridifamily. . . ' Charlie Deming and. family, spent Sunday at Dr. Lindsay's. Miss Helen Rowe is staying at her grandrf ather, Joe Waddington's. They are sick with, the flu. Isaac Rushing attended the funeral of his brother, Noah Rushing, south of Makanda Friday. . ..-.'. •• Mrs. Blige Branson has been on the 'sick list.:' 'Mae Doming spent )6unday with Helen Rowe.' . . Misses Lena Heern, Helen Tabour- ing and Alice Stearns, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Hagler and daughter were, at Hugh Stearns' Sunday. ' . '. Miss Agnes .Ferrell spent the week *nd with-home folks. TOR flENT. FOR RHNT-/two trout roomj oru Style Shop, for ofle* or ilecyiiic wxpmav Apply Mls» Rieth, Normml and Monn» Bt. ' . . Asks for Wor,e Water. Niagara Falls', N. Y:, Feb. 12.—Citi- rw here are protesting: against Inadequate water supply and are plau- nlng'additional facilities for service. Mrs. A. B: J J .vl;e;.of L'akewood, .Ohio;' the first womnn named as. ;i delegate to the Democratic ynatipnai tion, to ' be', held- in San..Francisco. She- is one .-of the two .delegates- froin' 1 . the Twenty-second district- of;.ptiii.r' THE CHEERFUL CI1ERU& Sonrse. people Ki^ve. .±.0 About tKe world'* To seJe tKm<J.s rvrS not WANTED—Two furnished -ream*' by. couple, with or without •-light* house keeping. Must have conveniences. Address A. 2. or get name from Free Press. - - < ; WANTED—Local store.has opening experienced saleswoman to sell. Jadies' garment's. One who can do' alteration work; state experience, salary- expected and reference In first letter. Care Free Press. WANTED—At once, two young- me* to' leave town and travel in crerf. Line, salesmanship. C. W. Yorkj Rob-' erts Hotel. , FOR BENT—Two furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Modern. M. C. Wilson, 606 South Illinois. J FOR RENT— Storage tor. houehol* goods. In the one story brick bnildlnc, cement floors, ' en alley back ot »«w Barth Theatre. . Apply iSim Rteth. FOR RENT— Furnished room, modern. 310 West Monroe. FOR RENT—Modern, six room. buneralow, furnished. Phone 43. FOR SALE. FOR SALE—Five room house and large lot, close to town, $1500. Call at 305 East Ilain. St, V' ' . • . FOR SALE—iive pigs, \-eight 50 pounds each. Phone 386 Y. T. E. Barnes. ' <' '...•'' FOUND •FOUND—Some money in post- office. Owner \rill,' call and pay for this ad*. . ' . * ' ECZEHA Money; back without .aueatioo ' • If HUNT'S Salve fallen the ^ treat ni en t of ITCH, ECZEMA. RING WORM;.TSTTER 'or otheritching otdo disease*. Try. HEWrTT.'S DBTJtt VTOatK. ^

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