The Daily Free Press from Carbondale, Illinois on February 20, 1920 · Page 5
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THE DAILY FREE PRESS MEYERS 7 GARAGE YOU MIGHT AS WELL TRY TOQETALON4 AS TRY TO DO WITHOUT OF AN EXPERT AUTjO MfOiANK .Car Owner, don't you know that you need the advice and service of a .crack, repairman? It is belter to prevent .-an accident than to wait until one happens. This is the prevention shop where inspections ate reasonably priced. Uocal News NORMAL MEETS CAPE FRIDAY ANDMTURDAY Missouri- Pedagogues Will Clash With Varsity Five Here Saturday Night. The Cape Glraridean Normal School basket ball' team will be~here Friday and Saturday night to meet the' local Normal team lu what promise! to be the beit basket ball seen' here this seaaoih "• . •"*..••- Ooach Lodge of the local team says that Gape Glrardean has the beat basket ball team he hai seen in this section of the country. The Oape players beat the locals -twice a few weeks ago'at Oape, bat the Oarbbn- dale players have developed sloe Ihose games and are confident they have the staff to check the invaders from the "Show-Me" state. MASONS ATTENTION All Masons are requested to meet at Masonic Hall Saturday, Feb. 21, at 1 o'clock for the purpose,of attending the funeral o£ Brother Wm. H. Ashley. * . T. A. Weaver, W. M. H. C. Mertz,'Sec. Advertisement. , ORCHESTRA TICKETS Tickets for the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra may be obtained at; Fowlar's Candy Store.—Advertisement, Mrs. W. N. Felts, of Janesville, Wis., is here visiting her sisters, Mrs. Ella Murphy and Mrs. Bessie Moake, also her niece, Mrs. E..B. J. Bush. •• • - • ••' j Basket ball at the Norkial gymnasium tonight, Normal Vs. Cape'Girar- Meau Normal. — Advertisement. '.:'. -?i : VI ' -, \ • iJ ohn L. Pyatt of Pihckneyyille at- raded the Farmers' Institute yester' }y and also visited his son, Maurice, Id daughter, Miss Marjorie, -who are tending school at the Normal. • Mrs. John Sill and daughter, Miss azel ,were called to Murphystoero sterday because of the serious ill- iss of relatives. Mrs. Etta Root Edwards of Pirick- iyville is visiting her sister, Mrs. M. Goings. MTS. T. P. Sifford of Anna was the .•'guest of friends ahere yesterday and attended the Farmers' Institute. Rev. J. S. Cummins ot CentraliaVas I visitor here yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Beasley of Mur- jphysboro spent yesterday with the M IJ. Quigley iamdly. . > iMr. and Mrs. Edgar Ashley and children, Edgar, Jr., Deneen and Mary liouise, of Joliet, have arrived because >f the death of the former's father. Mr. Ashley is auditor of states, institu- ions. ' • E-sket ball Friday and/Saturday nights, Feb. 20 and 21. Normal Gym iape Girardeau vs. Normal.—Adver- jsement. • CARD OF THANKS We take this means of. expressing our sincere appreciation to the friends for their kind assistance during the illness and after the death of bur husband, father, son and brother, LeRoy Adams.. We are also~grateful for the beautiful floral offerings. , Mrs. Bessie Adams, - Hazel Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Adams, William Adams, Mrs. O. C; Smith. Advertisement. OFFICIALS tOHELPHJNES Executives Ready to Expedite •forming >_of: Body ;& Handlev Wage Question;-'; : READY TO SUGGEST NAMES Clayton C. Pickett, .Treasurer, Illinois -Farmers' Institute. 1241 First National Bank Chicago. Building, Mr, Ashley's Fimeral Services Tomorrow A short funeral service for.the family will be held at I'D o'clock tomorrow morning for W. H. Ashley at the family o home on .West Oak street. The body will then be taken to the Methodist church to lie in state until 2:30 at which time the funeral services will be conducted by Rev. A. C. Geyer, pastor of. the church.The Masons of which order the deceased was a faithful PUBLIC MEETING GALLED A public meeting will be held at the I City Hall, Carbondale, 111., at 2 p. m. Saturday, Feb. 22,._ 1920. Proposition, community matter. If you belong to •what you consider the . community o£ Carbondale don't fail to attend wjhether you reside in Carbondale toHvnship or immediately outside of same. ... You will mot be asked to donate or Subscribe any money. Your council is all that is desired. r Frank M. Hewitt, Chairman, J. D. Dill, R. A. Taylor, R. E. Renfro, Frank Clements, ' A. S. Johnson, Judge Herbert A. Hays. Advertisement. . NOTICE Knight Templar, cemetery. Burial at Oakland I have purchased *he entire interest 1 of the Milligan & Fly Music Co. We Jdndly ask that all owing us accounts will please call and settle same before March 1, so we can balance our books. I.will remajn In the music business at the same placel Your, continued patronage will -be greatly'appreciated. » . J. W. Milligan. Advertisement. WILLIAM HENRY ASHLEY, SR. Born at Lebanon, 111., Aug. 14, 1844. g : Died at Carbondale, Feb. 18, 1920. • Funeral from the First Methodist Church," Js Carbondale, Saturday, Feb.:21, at 2 : 30 P. M. | Since v the year 1S93 Mr., Ashley had been an li officer of this bank, retiring from active duty jj 'TAXI! cause of advanced years and ill health, Jan. 1^919. He rendered during these years"faith- ervice to this institution. fin his memory this bank will be closed twelve noon S aturday, Feb. 21,1920. MASONS ATTENTION Special meeting of Shekinah Lodge No. 241 Friday and- Saturday night, Feb. 20 and 21, at 7 o'clock, for work. T. A. Weaver, W .M. H. C. .Mertz, Secretary. Advertisement. , • TAXI! TAXI! For closed car 'service call 312 Y7 Brooks Taxi Station, or- 66, Brooks Garage. Night, or day service.—Adver- Protast Against th« Previsions of th« Railroad blirWill Be Mad* to the President by Union Representatives. ••"'.. ' Waslilngton, Feb.. 20.—A committee of railroad 'executives .tendered their co-operation .to Director , General Hines In canylng out the proposal of President Wilson for the creation; of a committee of experts to gather data on., .the wage question, i ''•• They ; ex-i) pressed themselves as "fully .appreciating- the desirability of expedition'.' in handling the wage question^ The time and method of constituting the committee of experts will be considered further by Mr. Hines with the heads of the labor organizations before he -makes a recommendation to the president. T. Dewltt Cuyler, spokesman for the railroad officials, informed Mr. Hines that the executives would suggest the names of the corporation representatives on the committee at the president's .request. The ' results of the " conference •• between the -director general and the railroad officials was communicated 'to the union leaders who. are here awaiting the general conference: of commltteemen called for next Monday.- - " _ . • •Try to Learn'Corporation Stand. The conference with the railroad executives was called by Mr. Hines to ascertain the attitude which the railroad corporations would assume .toward the proposal advanced by President Wilson in his reply to the demands of- railroad, employees' that a federal commission be appointed to consider the wage problem. The committee of railroad officials appointed by Thomas De Witt Cuyler, chairman of the association of railr way executives, at the request of Director General Hines, is composed of the following-: iHarry Bronner, E. N. Brown, S. T. Bleclsoe, H. E. Byram, W. R. Cole, Howard Elliott,- S. M. Felton, W. H. Finley, Carl R. -Gray, Charles Hayden, L. E. Johngon, Howard G. Kelley,..Tulius Kruittschnitt, E. E. Lo'omis, L. F. Lorff, Robert S. Lovett, C. H. Markham, William Church Osbornev Samuel Rea, Bird M.- Robinson, W. L. Ross, A. H. Smith, F. D. Undersyood, H. Walters and Daniel Willard. , Protest against the wage provision of the completed railroad bill will be made in letters to President Wilson' find Director General Hines which representatives of the railroad union organizations and officials of the American Federation of Labor were-framing-at conferences at the federation headquarters. ' . Trackmen.^Consider Situation. Detroit,. Mich., Feb.' 20.—The railroad wage situation was considered at a special meeting here of the executive committee:"Of the Brotherhood of Maintenance of Way Employees and Railway Shop .Laborers. Plans of the union to participate In the conference of general chairmen of the railway, brotherhoods to .be held in Washington next Monday were also discussed. Heads of the union declined to say whether any independent action was contemplated, although President Allen E. 'Barker declared in calling the meeting that the strike organization, set up for.the walkout that was scheduled for last Tuesday, but postponed, would be kept intact. The' union officials were hopeful, they declared, of an-early settlement of-the wage controversy. Hartley Attacks Rail-Bill. Washington, Feb. 20.—The railroad bill as reported out by' the senate and house conference was denounced by Representative Alben W. Barkley of Kentucky, as the "result-,of the greatest Rropagarida ever attempted in behalf of private interests at a time when, the American people are think: ing of other things." .The. efforts' of the railroad lobbyists who' "have camped on the doorsteps of congress for more thaffl a year," are "abundantly rewarded;" ! said' Mr. Barkley, "while the fundamental rights and interests of the people' are paBiiiipim •IN- Speed? 1 12 miles an hour ! '' ; ...-. * " ] Hell-bent for election I; ' •• •;,,., •:".. . Two roads to cover, one to the finishing point; One tothe girl of course-* picture-play for every one w k° °^ s ? rides, drives, -likes or wants: an^auto. mobile.:; . ••' ;,.'">'•'• . ' ••:.-• •'•';; •-.;:..' •, .• • . ,••. . •• • •*'"-''• . ' _ -. •: . _. ' Alsa Chaplin and 22c Saturday Matinee and V;, ''''''••': 4th Episode • . "Adventures of Ruth" THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN cdiiRf BEDS UP SAI10F SHIPS District of ..Columbia--'-Supreme Tribunal issues Temporary Injunction. , tisement. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Carbondale, 111. . H. C. Chapman of Chicago is here = j because of • the death of Mr. Ashley. is I He is'a brother to) Mrs. Ashley. Commerce. Committee to Thrash Ou't, Questions'Involved Before Report- - ir.g on Proposed Legisla- • tion to Prevent'Deal. Washington,' Feb. 20. ; —A temporary Injunction to prevent the. sale of. tlic 30 former German passenger liuers recently oiTered by the board was grant-; ed by associate Justice Bniiey of tlie district supreme "court. '. Justice Bailey said that after cnreful , examination of the statutes lie \v:is of-; the opinion flint they did not show nn intention on- the: part of congress to place in the president or .in the shipping bnn rd tlie power'-to sell- the ships. Application for the injunction .wsis made' lust Saturday by William Ran-'- n Cart in Advino*. One month, per word ... M One week, pei word- .......'.""jSi One InswUon, per word ;;Jf Three Inaertions, per word M WANTUX WANTEU^-Womjan to do house, work for mother and two school cJUWren. ' Call 364 X, after 6:30. WANTED—Furnished room, modern. Close in. "X," care Free Press. WANTED—Energetic man to sell and distribute high/ grade make ot tire. Attractive proposition for the right man. Clyde C. Oldham, State Distributor, TJrbana, 111. WANTED—Trimming trees; Experienced. .Wm ; O'Neill, 611 Washington. ^ U*. FOB . FOR RBNT---TWO tront room, oru Style Shop, for office or sleeping rooms. Apply MlB» Rieth, Normal Sd Monret St. •- FOR RENT—storage lor honsehoU goods. In the one story brick building TOment floors, on alley back of mei Harth Theatre. Apply Miss Rleth. FOR RENP;—Two-furnished rooms] dnlph Hearst anil hearings pn_ it wer^ 216 Westell. Phone 4 37 L . held lust Monday, while the^slups \veiv;. i' being offered at 'public ancVon. The | '' Mrs. Fowler's Solo Enjoyable Feature The 'vocal lolo by Mrs. Smith, N. =f ', Fowler at the Farmers' Institute ses- [ sion last evening was one of the enjoyable features of the session. 1 responded to two encores. She ;iks Valentine Dance Tonight 5 PIECE ORCHESTRA-FOI, ELKS AND FAMILY entirely Ignored." The Kentucky congressman .\vris.one of the two Democratic conferees oh tlie part of the house who refused^ to sign the conference report. His statement was a severe, indictment of all of tlie principal sections of the bill. Its good 'features, he said,, "are overbalanced and rendered- insignificant by the unjust, unnecessary, un-American and unconstitutional provisions which seek to give an unnatural and unjus- hoard announced that it'has clecide.d'l to rejeict all of the bids received. At -tlie same time congress Is asked for authority to again oft'er the ships at public auction. Senators Get Data on Ships. Different opinions' among members, of ability of selling the'ships .will he weighed thoroughly by the senate commerce committee, which requested Vice Chairman Ste\*ens to testify As the board has .rejeeetd sill recent bids for the ships die coinmit- tee has ample time to. thrash out tlio questions involved before' reporting proposed legislation to stop the sale., Mr. Stevens' said lie \yas opposed to the sale of the ships because--..their true valuation had never been worked- out and estimated that they-were; r'/rtli $75,000,000. whereas .less than \half that amount was bid for them. Chairman Payne said he and members, of the board ptlier than Mr. • Stevens thought the ships should be sold to save the government the expense of reconditioning those that have been in use as transports. He declared, furthermore, that tlie market for ships in the future \vas uncertain.' ' • -. ; Payit Statement. Chairman Payne issued the following statement: . . . "Not having.' teen the. opinion of Hie court, I cannot comment upoti it^ The langMnso in • the emergency, shipping act, giving the board the right'to sell nil ship's of 'whatever kind, or from.whatever source, and. the proclamation of the president, based upon the act,-leaves the question''of our right to sell free from doubt. . "The. case is in charge of' the department of justice, arid : that .department, of course, will manage 'it. M.v recommendation will be that an .appeal be at once prosecuted, and'that we should at -the first moment possi- i- room, cottage, furnished. Lights and water. Call 354 T or come to 704 W. Walnut St. tiflable value to railway securities of h 'e demand ii-bond to adequately pro- a certain character." LANE JOINS'SALVATION ARMY Secretary of the Interior to Head Drive in Second Home Service Appeal. ' Washington, Fen. 20.—Franklin K. Lane, who retires on March l v as sec- tect the United States. The daily expense .of--taking cure .of the vessels us they now ;lie in the harbor is' some ¥15,000." FOR BALE. 'FOR SALE—Five .room house and lot, close to town, $1600. Call at East Main St. , FOR SALE—iFive~fobm house and large lot; close In town, f 1500. Call at 305 East Main St '..-'. FOR'SALE—Dandy 5 room house, modern, except heat. 403 Normal Are. Price and terms right. J. G. Warnecke, Centralda, 111. .F-OR SAliE—Modern house, two- lots and- barn at a bargain. H. O. Ball, 80S''8.'Normal-' ' ' - '• !*.'., / . FOR .SALE—Five room .cottage oa West Sycamore St. All conveniences except heat.- Lot 60x230 feet, HM good barn also. . Phone 247 K, at 411 West Jackson 1 St. FOR SALE—Used piano. Bargain if sold this week. C, care of Free Press FOR SALE—Pony: Reasonable. .708' West Pecan. '.-.''• 'FOR SALE—Just'received a shipment of, fresh oysters:..., Barnes "Rea- ;taurant.' -.'•-..' FOR SALE-^Farm, 280 acres at $60 per acre. Within two males. ot Normal University. "B," .care of Free Press. ..-. . ' ' '. ' '.": • .' f -. LOST '• -. . .' LOST-4Elks emblem charm, during Farmers' Institute. ! Finder please re-., turn to .Roberts Hotel and receive^ rs- ward.. Bavarian Royalists Hopeful.,. - ,-• : - I Copenhagen, Feb.. 20.—A Berlin dls- Aerial "Flivver" Tried Out. . patch-says the Bavarian royalists have College 'Point, N. T., Feb. 20.—The Issued a;manifesto.declaring"that tfcey aerial "flivver,"' a monoplane which weighs 505 pounds, Is 10 feet long and' has n-wlng spread of 29 feet9 Inches. retary of the interior,vhas accepted i rece i ve d its first trial flight^ before a via- the national chairmanship of the S«I-| t ) on experts here. Xhe machine made ration Army's second home service a»-1 a cuccessfut night of several mlsutea. Jf peal, Jiay 10 to 20t _- will strive to attain their purpose ot reviving the monarchy not by revolution but,by the .decision of the people for the revision of the, imperial constitution under the motto," "Bavaria IB the dermXn 'empire under a

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