The Daily Free Press from Carbondale, Illinois on February 16, 1920 · Page 2
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THE DAILY FREE PRESS ir mother father, the girls, sweet fc nervous see how it W refreshes! HOSPITAL INQUIRY IS SOUGHT. ;Pati«nts in ...an Army, Institution.^^*" '•!• Ashsville,; N. C.,. Have .Appealed" •^ ' ' 'to Congress. "- Asheville. N. C., Feb. 10.—Patients; at the army general "hospital her.e jii'e reported to have appealed to congress-;' men for an inveKtigation. A riot \vus. 'alleged 'to Imve 'oct'inrwr'-nfter- Prirnte Edward Brown. Brooklyn,, was struck by a guard for having failed to keep his blouse buttoned. Col. W. K. Lys' ter, -commanding, denied that there ' had been a riot, hut admitted having made a report to ^Yashington. . THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN Cash In Advance. One month, per word . .". One week, per word One insertion, per woTd Three insertions, per word H ..01 01 02 WANTS D. WANTED—-Woman to do house work tor mother and two school children. Call 364 X, after 5:30. WRSGLEYS^ SEALED TIGHT- KEPT RIGHT WANTED—Two young single men to travel with manager as salesmen. Energetic country men and school teachers- preferred. State age and previous employment. Address J. E. Morgan, Springfield, 'Illinois, General Delivery. 'WANTED—2 furnished, light housekeeping rooms. 402 West Pecan. WANTED—Young girl to assist with housework. Mrs., Geo. Albon. WANTED—Laundress for Tuesday. Apply 313 West Oak' St. THE DAILY FREE PRESS -dally 1903 Established Weekly 1877 free Press P MRS. JOHN Editor and Manager Publishing Co. T. \GAUBRAITH Telephone - - 218 : TERMS ; ; &at>«criptlon 16 cents & we«k, .Advertising bills due weekly. Job wore etrictiy casn. ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION J7.80. JBnt»red at the postofflce at Carbon- tale, IlllBols, aa second class matter. CMBce in the Free Freaa Building, W*»t Main Strict. Chi- Secretary of the "I. W. "W., was i ing. He is under indictment in cago. Ledgers, rosters and statements of financial ramifications covering nil transactions in Chicago, New York, Boston, Philadelphia, New Bedford, Rochester and elsewhere, were seized. The most important capture, federal officials saidnvas that of Ludircio M. Caminetta, editor of the Ita'lian anar- .ehist magazine La Jacquerie (the Massacre). Caminetta is a disciple of Enrico Malatesta, who founded the L'Era Nouva group 25 years ago. Bresci, the assassin of King Humbert of Italy, belongs to this coterie. AMERICAN SHIPS HELD UP Feb. 16, 1820. ANNOUNCEMENTS HIGHWAY COMMISSIONER. The Free Press is authorized to announce GEORGE A. FORE as a candidate lor Highway Commissioner o£ Carbondale township, subject to the .Republican Primary Marcl?>20. ASSISTANT SUPERVISOR. The.Free Press is authorized to announce WM. M. HOLLIDAY as a . candidate for reelection for Assistant Supervisor o£~ Carbondale township, •saoject to the Republican Primary 'BJarcb. 20. 29 REDS ARE SEIZED . S. Agents Make Important Arrests at'Patarsoh, N. J. •Radicals of the Worst Type, All Armed, Are Taken in Raid on Headquarters. Paterson, If. J., Feb. 10.—Tiventy- radicals, snid by secret sei-viO( v -agents to inclucie the most diinjreroas 'terrorists in the United States—members of the notorious I/Era Nuovu group, whose creed is assassination and -violence by individuals without .waiting for "mass action"—were cap- •tnred by 100 agents of Uie department •.of justice iii a raid on red Iieadqnar- ters here.'. Everj' man seized. was armed. All official records'of the I. .W. W. .ifor the district east oC Chicago were •seized in the home of Andre Gimiano, :aiiarchist. In' this house, federal 4»geuts said, 55. F/Doreei, Philadelphia Six U. S. Freighters Caught in Dutch -Harbor Strike—Many Other . Ships Affected. Rotterdam, Feb. 16.—Six American freighters and many other steamers plying to North and South America were caught'In Dutch harbors when a general dock strike was proclaimed at Rotterdam and Amsterdam Saturday instead of Monday, as planned. WANTED—Two waitresses. Vam Noy. WANTED—Furnished' room, modern. /Close in. "X," care 'Free Press. WANTED—Energetic man to sell and distribute high grade make of tire. Attractive proposition tor the right man. Clyde C. Oldham, State Distributor, Urbana, 111. WANTED—Trimming trees. Experienced. Wm. O'Neill, Gil Washington. FOB FOR BENT—Two rront rooms ov« Style Shop, tor office or 'sleeping room*. Apply Miss Bieth, Normal and Monro* St. FOR RENT—Storage lor household goods. In the one story brick building, cement floors, on alley back of men Bartfc Theatre. Apply Miss Bleth. FOR RENT—Furnished room, lilod- ern. 310 West Monroe.. FOR SALE. FOR. SALE—Five room house and large lot, close to town, $1500. Call at 305 East ^lain St. FOR SALE— u 'ive pigs, weight 60 pounds each. Phone 386 Y. T. B. Barnes. FOR SALE—Dandy 5 room house, modern except heat. 403 Normal' Ave. Price and terras right. J. G. Warnecke, Centralia, 111. ; •FOR SALE—Modern house, two lots and barn at a. bargain. H. O. Hall, 803 S. Normal. \ We figured that/we would be in our new room on the corner, long before this ; but owing to matters clear beyond the control of anyone in the way of getting materials, it will be a few weeks jet before _we get into our new quarters. BUT BELIEVE THIS, WE ARE GOING TO HAVE THE MOST BEAUTIFUL CORNER IN SOUTHERN ILLINOIS. , • , NOT ONLY THAT,- but we/now have and will always carry the latest and newest creations in Ladies, Misses and Children's Ready- to-Wear, Also a most complete line of Ladies arid Childrens Hosiery,Underwear, Gloves, Neckwear^Noyelties.. Hand. Bags,. Belts, Sanitary Gdpds,, Infants Wear, Chi!dren?s Dresses, * House/ Dresses, : Bungalow Aprons, Sweaters, Corsets, Brassiers, Etc. Etc. '.• . Our Business has been far beyond bur highest expectations. Las been due to our policy., which we shall always continue. Highest quality eoupled with •••.'•... This That is Prices Far Below What You Expected To Have To Pay Wp do not compel you to bear a part of Heavy over head Expenses when you buy from us as we have practically no operating expense. * * "" • Hundreds of our customers have told us that our Suits Coats and Dresses are from $10.00 to #25.00 less than others are asking for ' the same quality. ••• .. & - Ask'for Cinderella and Topsy .Hosieryjor Ladies arid. Children; _ We handle^ Marshall Field & Company line of Corsets. THERE R.E. Bridges The Store That Sam For You on Every Pnrchase •. • Its Delicious Dealer* -who dieplsy • ibia B\zn handle Ju»t Right Food Product*. ' FINNS ROUND UP ANARCHISTS Arrest More Than Fifty Persons Charged With Part in Bomb ' Plot.. Helsinsfors. Finland, Feb. 10.—During the last few days more than .fifty persons havr been arrested in Finland, charged with circulating bolshevik propaganda. • In some places the ngitutors are said to have disfritnited amis and bombs. Several of those arrested are foreigners, who' probably will be expelled from the country. ^ TRIES TO WED SEVENTH WIFE Alabama Man-With Six Living Wives 'Applies for License to Marry Another. • Montgomery. Ala., Feb. 1G.—With six' living wives--and about to marry another, Marion H. Hayes, twenty- four, \yas arrested hero charged with polygamy. AH his .wives are living in Alabama. He was taken nito custody when he applied for his seventh marriage license. . LOOK! Settlemoir's Shoe Hospital has installed the best sole stitcher ' on the market and we are now ready to handle all kinds of shoe repairing. All work done by the Goodyear Welt Machines, therefore we can make your old shoes look like new. Sewed soles and rubber heels our specialty. These machines are something new to Carbondale. ' .Located ne>:xt door to Earth!s new theatre. Give us a trial and be convinced. . SETTLEMOIR'S Shoe Hospital .Posse Wounds Flint.,.Mai). "" Colorado Springs, Colo., "Felx 16.— Louis C. Martin of Flint, Mich., who escaped .from the jail here by sawing his way to freedom while a Flint officer waited to take him to the Michigan city, was probably fatally wounded In an encounter with'a posse. Farmer Hangs Self; Blames H. C. L. Burlington, In., Fet. 16.—Fearing that the rising price of necessities of life would resujt in starvation for him- iitff and family, Ad Meyers, a wealthy retired farmer --at Salem, la., hanged himself. He left a note explaining his action. < COR ISP SVR9JP THE AMOS-JAMES GROCER CO. ST. LOUIS' A. B. WOLF & COMPANY'S Most Sensational Offer 10 PER CENT EXTRA DISCOUNT SALE Make your dollar do double duty." In addition to our regular,reduced prices I we are offering you an extra 10 per cent discount. ' 1 An illustration of our wonderful values, for instance : m $1.50 work shirts 1.25, less 10 per cent now 4.13 | 6.00 shoes 495, less 10 per cent 4,46 1 You take your cash discount off the marked griee Same complies with every article in our store—Shoes, Clothing, Hats, L- Ready-to-wear, and includes all ne%v Spring Goods, that are'"arrivin<* ; MORE THAN THE BANK PAYS. - • . "" -. 10 PER CENT;DISCOUNT ONE PERIOQ OF FIVE DAYS~ONIY *fi C* tfJk' ' •- '^^* ' ^lf & Go. IIIIWIIIIIIIBIIIITO^^

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