'^ "-• ;•••-. J*W '?:•- • %> :t .• «rt , --.»»• ..miri-. •*¥.-.'.'. THE DAILY Press Publishing , v'<-, •'.' -Mm. JOHN T Vr oXLBHAITH Miter ana Martafler .Telephone' !; - ' - : "''''l|t TERMS. - • ' -St •-*-*.*•>; >?4.:- '.&y^-. IS oent»i»f.w»*k, ANHTJAL SUBSCRIPTION |7.W. <iIUaoU. fts_Mwond claas^ matter. In •u-:6- _- - . .-. <,- . . Some Phrases in Common Use Pata Back to Mother Country; ^^-flef fect^ustoms •linsr'Dead > --*^S??. * ?, h W s .e In »mmpn.,use toijay. datutfbaeV to tHVmoffier 'Sognt'ryv'*&£ • ' ' •land,, and de*<L- 'Isni' feudal lord exMiangejl 'thlftcJge ft>r tliat off 'another, ''to p'reveft tjeccignftron. '" •*a*».:rl!5e s 't&'. the sajil'rik: .iSYo^ but-iicann%pln ' -;ta,«a< VBOunce GEORGE A. FORE as a candi- - -4«te-tor -Highway. Commissioner ol r . .Tite>. r Rree Bress is authorized'ito-;an- f-. Highway Commissioner x. :the l^epublic^a, Rriciary, JVtarch .20. • • •: ^ ;: .;•; ; , .-'.; .,.:.:.;.; , ASSISTANT SUPERVISOR. . I. -;»>,>..•>. .-.,; .•::.i;tf. -.•;; :- . .'.r.-jr- .,;.'. .., -n'9i\f "'it'll' '.,;iv--!: n'. ^:M:I*.':.T- !o!' ' : T*e Free Press Is authorized to:ftn-5 r Assistant f, of . CaTbondale ; .township", .«HJJjJ9ot, ' .t» the' Repubiiioia« ' Primary . .. Electric Carpet Wa»h«r. , .-;,,• With ••'&.. caw :• electrically^operated ^-cai»eti washer, just developed,' 'carpets ^ane-'-jOotrttakea . U p, leaving-the floors. t>iire.. but--are left- in - position 1 , when washed^-uid,. it is said, are,' ready • for ^use within two hours. No water touch•«B-,Bie rug or carpet. Instead, a warm, '"••dSy" cleaning coinpb'und is scrubbed •"-down to the bottom of the nap, thereby.-.it-is-. claimed, cleaning every fiber •thoroughly, and'taking out all the dirt -•or. ,geff. Two -brushes, made of soft, •yielding-rubber, are oscillated by-.an • electric ; motor 500 times a minute, ^thus. the maker declares, duplicating •the .scrubbing motion of the human fhand. - : .'. America Owns Two Embassies. African headquarters In Constau- nciple • is located at : our. embassy, Eleanor Franklin ISgan writes-in' the ng'Tost. , AVe-have an : Constantinople. :Oh, yes! "And of course everybody knows we iiave becsruse.'it is such a rart thing •*o,r .ijs,to/have .anything-->of our own .anywhere pat we have talked about vlt a .great deal. •'•' •It'., and r- oiir ; old " woo'ilen and mll- •d'ewcil'\flretrap in Tokyo are the-only e»iW(iasles' ; W(('--hriv6 in-rtie world- that I iknow^dfc- "In 1 .'comparison- -with vthe- British/.-.e'mblas&y andltti.e- Italian and tUa.'German and a good many other-s, Ut is a poor thing, but it is our own. further' evfdence whence you* came." To this day, we hear, the expression do not Vpin^ your faith -6n it." T Another •phrase" of " old~"bHgin .' came .from an Incident at 'ih'e sixteenth 'detf I tury at. Weitnilnster. '• 1640, the ? •'abbey chupcti ->ot- St; ; wa* .-constlluwd «? cathedral, .'with a , resident fctohop [i a?eii :: years ftter ,'fhls ;orHer»'-^iftV'rV*olc'ed;! 'the- 1 .diocese^ of Westminster being unlted.-to that of St Paul's cathedral. Its revenues were ^r»ntea tbwa>di the rep«lr«;'of jthe-latii t«r churchi/that- lis,' tak»n .•; from '' St. .Peter's and irlVen-to St: PAur's;' So we refer to an «ven.ti*hicli-;happened almost four centuries ago when we speak of robbiug -Peter to pay Paul. ' . f Inheritance' Laws 6( Belgium i 'The' law of iHnerffance 'in Belgium. ls"6f -a"'nriru>eV-to'''pr l 6mote. 'tiirlft ' oi-'i rather. Vto; ''prevent the ;afssipa'tion of ! DroneT^V^' hnrniiiatijlv' Aiolrlio' *-WA •*^ ; ™-i,'.:' . pos9essiOTfe M .a--cpmnioh ii cll-' ' : chlldreri-'har.e the ' iii ' mily $2.f# hea^fleece liged imjbn p > Vfl ria*»:>rtAw4---^ii--^"i.^ * •'•'i. >••'-" u - ""••'A'•' suitaless 20 per cent, '-•'' s tor men less 20 jfe$' g<^at;-.V'. :..;'.>.', U. S; POSmOfl IS UNCHANGED ; . . . White HOUM Aver* Country. Will Par. tteipat* In Peace Pact Wh«n Rat!fled—Adopt* Hand* Off Policy . • , In Adriatic. ' , ( TYashlpgton, .r Feb:; 1 ':'.' IT.-r-PreBident [ 1 Wftsbn,,;lt?^afe.. learned >'ty the • -White j ersvregai'dlns..-:the..Flume ' tfo longer '•be> l 4blS ; to 1 toncehf -itself • in European , affairs" if a' Flume settle- •ment l^ere'^niade;' without 'consulting ; AnierIca!AV4iY,:"L f.r;.i..;.l '..r,jy ^-hii^i^i^-j I -Officials'/ satd':'the interpretation 1 of. the:-i:pi9stdent'» rnote vjb^tte 1 ': Porto said; the; United. Sttttes would not wlth draw, ^froii; partlclpatlpn'. In"' tfte iijeace treaty- an4' the ' 'tetfgiie ; -'6f '.Natlonrf' If a^tretfiy Vere ra'tlfl(e*"-By t^ ^ut c tot .Itv^vo^d:. withdraws - parrtclpntlon Iii' 'the Including fthe .iXjllcihgJ-oMtne' ; ?rhe>tpresident'3' position !.-regardlng Flume and > the. whole Adriatic -sltuav : rlhtS,''6h : sei;ves th'e ertyvof. the ! 'father"'and tnother as one. When 1 either.'dre'a'"the l ->Vhi>lc-prbfjtTty' Is-'valued ''and'•nnlf' 1 5foe's" ; 'to 'tlio'"siir- yiTOr. The remaining; half Is divided' into" ; equnV-parts 1 ivnvoiigy.the'-chlidi-en. On'-the'- aesth 1 ofr'thfe' other ••parent 1 'th'e; second h3if,'-w!th'.'Wliatevei-- : a'ccret'ion's 1 he-or stiij m'ajr •haVe.:taade''!n ! the'"ln- terval, : ls subdivided..among the chiR; dren ; . The -law'- is automatic, the children krio«-"-the'\ proportion -in--which' , thejr will benefit : and the-parents can|.' not alienate their-property.... v •. . position, .noweyer, never 'has been, of- butilnedrand' officials declined e.Ht/ ''.:'' ;; ""-- •':.''••'• •••••'-.'•-' .•'•*' A short-sighted man always expects his neighbor .to look •through his glasses. Occasionally a man remains -in. the bachelor class because he is true to his 'first love. •If time,wore money the average man--would have his watcli geared to run 4S lioui-s a. day. About: once ..in .a thousand years there is a girl who really 1s surprised when a man pro-poses to hen 'Le Pain de Calende" Used as Cure for Various Ills r: 'N6 t 'repljr'to ; thef pre'siaentV : ho'tehois Wen-recelve-a. H'wrig-said- at the state department.--'Dispatches. *rom vabrba* saldS the,- rfeply •-had toeen .'dispatched, and that.In : Jt the premiers adhered -to thelr^ultlmatum ,to. lugspj^lajrla.. that.it must Jiccept -the . compromise >•' on the Flume;.question or-! suffer <the(.carrying out of the terms of the ''original 'treaty of London, •-V''' 1 •"•••'• •' •* "- f - - : ' '«~' • — Mlflht Affect Relief Work. .. i ('suggestion-: that President' Wilson had « indicated 'that...,the •'.TJnited-- States would not be r disposed to proceed with its European food relief measures if .the allies remained obdurate Svas made In some official quarters'. Desire of Great Britain,'Italy 1 and other nations, for American- funds to relieve famine in Austria' and other countries, It was suggested, might. Influence the allies' replies to the president. • . • . ... .,The principal, concession indicated by the president as possibly acceptable, it was said in diplomatic quarters, has been the creation of'a buffer state and'the entente premiers so-far have opposed it.' • • • • . ..-.-.. •Beyond the general statement that the .United States adhered to the-orlg-. inal • proposition of the supreme council in. Paris allotting Fiume and the const of Dalmatia to Jugo-Slavla and Trieste rind the adjacent country to" Italy; there- never has been any. offl- 1 '• • I clal statement of the' American- posi- A cure for the various maladies , tion regarding the Adriatic issue.- that flesh is heir-to-was the large loaf • A 0 ainst Treaty of London . made chiefly in Provence, and called. It has been reported that the United "le pain, de • calende.". It was very States was. willing to accept some large and very-white,-and .from it was amendments -of the original plan, but cut a-.small-1 piece marked with .'a knife-: -'" -" ^ •----•-•---• .•.-.. with--thr.ee or four--crosses. This.was- carefully-.presen:ed-as'a" remedy -to be' ; used when required, and th'e remainder of the loaf was;;divlded among the •family on the feast of the Epioliany_, THE ST LOUIS I [ At The Hippodrome r I Hwpliysbbro, Monday, Fcl>. 213 ;: *•':• What promises to be the biggest treat ir» many years .for fhe i wusic-loviiig public'of Murphysboro' will be the visit of fhe St.' : /i.; ;, • •' '•: ''.... ! ' • ' • •'- • ' "'• ' i ' ' Louis Symphony. Orchestra of ninety-eight pieces there next, Monday when they will be in concert at the Hippodrome Theatre, • with'Miss Elsa'Diemer, lyric soprano, as soloist, .This Is the '. flrstitime in the history of this, city that such a musical organi- zation has appeared In concert here—representing the greatest symphony orchestra of the Middle West, and one of the four ' greatest orchestras of the world. .Max Zach,:tHe conductor, has put forth splendid effort toward making this orchestra the para- gj>n of musical attainment. Indeed, it is hot very often that the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra leaves their city, and this event will be the big date among the musib tircles of'this and surrounding cities.. Besides Miss lOiemer, many other artists of -high .renown in the-music world are among the"] members of the . organization. The management of the Hippodrome promises ful- '.. .- . - -.,-.- ... - - "(i -.-.-.-i.' • . • ' . . •]..'' I . ler annpuncements and details of the concert in the next few days. , . • , ' • • • :|EATS oisALE AT SHAW'S DRUB STORE * ' !i .«. * .' all of the. exchanges haye been closely ''' '"' ' ; ' - $2;5ft : p.Yei-alls for: men less 20'per"'|^it r ! ; ; ;gpr,at:,:^v/;.v-,v-- ; ;:^;;.:.Jt^L^v^; ; : ; I ^M^^j^mff^ X®n 'lesg ^20 pe^ ^SW%^'^»fe^^ *.;. $4W Jftouse^slipners: fop men ^rSwmh^ -j-v..-.,.. :• ?•••* >».-„ •, s $1.50 sweaterx;oats for men less 20*i »•- cent,' go'at ' ' ••' yc~ % pet •;•,:. :•.;, .$4.00 JiiSlif '>^^&v? ^wi # SimbackSd a l^^|fe^|^|p^^f ^S?V^ R * ^ off " ih Educator^ *./ J l<^ibiy;YeU hereto 0 "' ^^^ y °™ 1 ' the EXTREME VALU^.lfrBess yotfi predate their worth. come Our suits ranging in $65, $50, S60 Arc Cuarantcea to te Eqiial, if not Toararments which others are asking from $10.00 to each suit. >• :• . '• . '•'••';.••"; •'•'•.. ';v.x-0 : .-:' •••.' ., . .00 more on we carry, Ask to see theline ol Marshall Field 8c Co. Corsets, which' they, are guaranteed to please. .. ! ')••'•• ',. .' Call ; for topsy and Cinderella Hosiery (or Ladies and Children-pair guaranteed. ' . . ,: ',',-; - ' It Is''understood,' 1 however;'that the' America'ri 'position has been one -of uu-: alterable opposition- to the ^application' of the.terms : ;of th'e treaty-of rLondon, .which would have given Italy jurlsdlc-- tlou- *>yer Dalmatia,. 'though not. over.: fflume,. and. that all.ot'tbe notes Lave, Indicated'the purpose of "the American 1 government to adhere '.as. closely' •as"- ppssib'ie : ;t6'the lines of "'the''-original settlement;--based as it -was supposed to be, upon "the principle :of ^elf-deter--; miuntidn and-of ethnological affiliation' as set out in President-.WUson's-prig- iniil 14,points. -.;-'• • It Is. believed., this position included corisenti'rig "to "the "erection of Fiume into an indep.ende'nf "stiafe, or at least on&.uiider. .the 1 control of ffie League-W 'Nations.-''But' there was" unqualified objection to the--transfer -to .'Italy, of title-to.Dalmatia or to theilong strip i of' /coast o'£ the Adrlat'tc' exten'-dlng from Fiume;to;ItaliaXTrieste.:.. )•' ''So far'as known that.-ls the'present position of the- United States, and its notes • have indicated: that if the- en'« tente .premiers were - disposed to..nnd another solution inconsistent with this attitude they must provide for the execution .of their plans, without, any-participation on the. part of- America; • , .Not an Ultimatum. . • Paris, .Fob. 17.—President WUso'n;s note on the Adriatic Question is not considered in French official, circles as 'an ultlmatVim, • it was declared by-a foreign oflioo official. • . " '. • I On such partial information ns was -obtainable -yesterday, the Paris-press construed the note as meaning that France and -Great Britain must change their, attitude on that .question or Hie- United Slates would withdraw -from all connection -with European, affairs, The. oillcinl view; however,. i$ that," .rather than an ultimatum, ; .the note is simply, a renewal of direct negotiations by .tho,.United States. The,,reply , ; of: . the allies... represented. 1 in; the -press here as n : categoric., mafntenance'yof •. their.. attlf=ude,i-by .Great Britain; andi France, rwti?, -described.by'ther>foreign office -pfflcitil aspinerely/fl^contlnuance of the negotfa'tipnsv .-.•';.. •' ,, ..^.-v:. Air Crash Kills "Movie" Acsor. Naples, Feb. IT.—Signer Polidor, an actor and writer.'was killed ta an airplane, crash here while making a moV tlon picture fllai. '• •••''. •. ; ' Patronize th* metcfc&nts who at : That;- t ; ,. ./, . . My ypuugest -boy and. I * were -In. I- restaurant'a'nd the"'waiter asked what we would have. The boy said: thing but ham-and:-eggs-;~that's : all 1 erer get at. home."—-Chicago Tribun* prices, .- - * ejdiir;dollar dp' double ; duty^' Infaaditionto tiu'r' reguiar reduced = , we are offering you an extra; io per'."cent ^discount. ' ' " •'.- --..'. '':-.,'-'., = ':••-.'•' ' " . ' ' -'•' '. *•"".-•. ..:.::'';• ' ' • . . An illustration «?f o'ur wonderful values, for instanee:-. . $1,50 work shirts 1.25, less 10 per cent now 1 13 !$.(H) shoes 495, less tO per cent 4.46 You take ypuf^diswu^ Same cotnplies with every! article in pur store—Shoes/ Clothing- Ready-to-wear, and'inclu'deis all -new c; — --•< <^~--^ ; - •' • s ? MORE THAN THE BANK PA'YS. ''• ' ' -" - ; •,'." ; .' ' "' : :.- y Lf '^ - , ;'"'--V* : ••;.?..•---lar--- ...' ^J - •— »•— t*^^-. *b^«*.u >^fO Good's ;that, are: arriving 4aily.
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