The Daily Free Press from Carbondale, Illinois on February 23, 1920 · Page 3
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Carbondale, Illinois
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Monday, February 23, 1920
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THE DAILY FREE PRESS Uocal INevvs Basket ball,'Sparks' College'ys. Normal Friday, Feb.. 27, at Normal gym. .Admission 3g cents—Advertisement. Parker Chastaine of Chicago spent the week end with Mrs. Chastaine. Basket ball, Sparks College vs. Normal Friday, Feb. : 27,'at Normal gym Admission 3g cents.—Advertisement, Wk Hi Mi Oi The Woman's Home Missipnary Society., ci the Methodist church will meet in the east room of the church 'Tuesday afternoon at 2:30. ; Program. :' Devotional—Dr. D. B. Parkinson. : Review Chapter—Mrs. 3. W. Smith. Music—'Mrs. Claude Legg. '- '" Egnimas—Mrs. Keeaee. 'St. Louis University vs. Normal, TRIBUTES ARE PAID MR. ASHLEY Two Life Long Friends Eulogize W. H. Ashley, a* Soldier,. Buiineu. Man and Citizen. The funeral of W, H. Ashley at the Methodist 'church Saturday afternoon was well attended.' In addition. to the funeral services, high tributes were paid Mr. Ashley by two life long friends, ,!; Ingersoli and Dr. IX B: Parkinson, also, .by :Rev. J. S. Cummins,' former pastor of the ^Methodist church here. Dr. D. B. Parkinson, president emeritus of .the 'Normal University. spoke of Mr. Ashley as a citizen, his basket ball team Saturday evening at -acquaintance and knowledge of him 60. cents. ana ^is family when he was a student. Normal gym. .Admission Advertisement. WAX FIGURE OF "PUSSYFOOT" American Prohibition Worker I* Put Among "Immortals" London. in London.—A wax figure of W. E. <PussyfpotJ Johnson, the American prohibition worker who recently sacrificed an eye to the "dry" campaign .in England,, has been placed- ; among the.. "Immortals," in Mme. Tnssaud's museum of wrtx figures. The figure representing Mr. Johnson has a patch over the Injured eye. Mme. Tussaucl's establishment, which has been running for more" than half a century, has come to be almost a national institution. In It . are to be found the busts and statues of people of all periods who have achieved fame or notoriety. * r ° nOWedUleSeyear the union with three sons: Wm. H. Ashley, Jr., of,Bush, trainmaster of the Missouri Pacific R. R.: Edgar 1 Ashley, now of Joliet; Chas. Ashley, one at McKendree College at Lebanon., the home of the Ashley family.- Dr. Parkinson also spoke of other prominent families at Lebanon, ajnbng them the Hypes, Horn and the Deneen families. He told of the influence of these families when, a young man in college, it haveing made better citizens of.those who came in contact with these families. Dr. .Parkinson eulogized Mr. Ashley for his integrity, loyalty to duties, his-radia^t cheerfulness, a valu' _ was OTganized aWe citizen. He also spoke of hinras employefl J. one o£ their an individual and church man, concerning which Mr. Ashley frequently referred to in business life . t , ^ ... I with the confidence and respect of all After coming to Carbondale, Dr. ' Parkinson continued, being connected student and a good, accountant, above the average, In business life. ' ' \ August 13,1862 he offered his services to his country in- the ; 1,17th -Illi ' Volunteer Infantry, Co. i" and. sirye'd to the close of the war. He w,as mustered out of the service Aug. 5, 1865 with his regiment at Camp Butler; 111. It .is sufficient for me to .say, on •this occasion the history of; the 117tti ; regiment was his history during his service from 62 "to 65. The regiment traveled by rail 778 miles, by water 6100 miles, and marched 2307 miles; They were engaged in six hard fough^ftiattles and 33 skirmishes. • • ;-. . ,_'' : • Two years after .the close, of the 'MEETING HEREIN APRIL TONIGHT D. Wham, Chair^ m^n of the Executive Committee, Annoiiinces Several Big Features of Program Sends Out;Wbrd;to Pre- pareFor Meeting. A banner -jprogrom for:. the 39th Southern. Illinois- Teachers'' Institute Civil War Mr. Ashley became a citi- 'convention -to be heldMieire April I 2 zen. of our city, 1867, and was eni- 3, is theindication. JPrpf Joi D/ Wham; ployed by Mr. SamuelFlagler, at that of the Normal faculty; Chairmani -of time our most excellent I. C. R. R.-'the .executive 'committee, , has Just agent. On the retirement of ;Mr; ; !'n&aV' the "following> announcement: Flaglei-, Mr. Ashley became his sue- TO'Teacher's arid Friends of eessor as agent for our railroad and ' " : --'•'•>"•.' the .express business of Qur city and served \altti the same fidelity b.e had served his country. ' ^ May 10, 1871 he married the "daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chapman in their beautiful home, now the property of the First Baptist church of _ this city, .It was a.happy occasion'sKyrTn'poinioVcnar^'dndTn'sp^ration lion: ; Tour. Executive Committee is able: at :this time to announce one of::the strongest educational programs- ever" 'held in Illinois. The following speak- ers'have been engaged:. .Dr. William .Lyon: Phelps, professor of English Literature of Yale Univer- "Pettigrew's Giri" r- m ?" i01 ^ She is a deands that sHe Tra- Abo OX ''•• TUESDAY is without a superior upon the American platform. Lorado Taft, Midiway Studios, Chicago, ..sculptor and lecturer of national repute. Lorado Taft alone is worth traveling miles to hear. of our Illinois Central conductors.. His | Dl . Tne bdore G. Soares of the TJni- long and faithful service makes his versity of Chicago, a scholarly and bril- place on the records of the I. C. as did n_ nt ^^i-, m,™** ' wi,' n K=™ h M -H its, faithful servant, his father. .- " Bank of this .' liant speaker. Those who have heard him are superlative in : Dr. Harold .G. f orydf..rural school practice,?Bureau of '^Education;-Washington; D. C. DrJFoght continuing in their employ until brok-l ls one „£ the greatest rural school el- en in health and retired as a pensioner, 'Berts' Ini. the United Stages; with the • the people. with the very best families at Lebanon HU devoted wife to Mr. Ashley at once married into one of the best families here, a daughter o? Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chapman. Following Dr.' Parkinson's talk came REMOVE RAM DURING WINTER Should Not Be Permitted to Run With Ewea Because He Gets "Bossy" and Eats Too Much. The mm cnn be allowed to stny with tlie ewes until winter nnij'thcn he should he taken myny from them. If he stays with tlie ewes (luring the winter he .will e«t too . much, get "bossy" a"ml tmnl iliem around, ofteu causing abortions. ' • Queer Road Mirafle. An unusual and curious 'mortification of the familiar highway mirage, caused by a layer (if heated • nir. is reported from the Sacramento valley, whctre the Pacific highway is of glistening cement. 'At nine o'clock on a recent night the lights of an automobile were seen to rise over a distant hilltop, and immediately another pair of lights, nearer but less bright, seemed to be turned on. The more distant lights gradually overtook the • nearer, and merged with them, and an instant Inter a. single car passed the observers.—Popular Mechanics Magazine. j similar words of praise for Mr. Ashley, from Rev. J. S. Cummmins, former pastor of the First Methodist .church here. Rev. Cummins . referred to him as a business man, soldier, banker, railroad employee and member of the church. The minister said he regarded it a rare privilege to have fornj'ed a friendship with Mr. Ashley. "To be' a friend of Mr. Ashley was a delight, j I knew him in life," said Rev. Cummins. He also said he was a valuable chureli man with a deep religious life and attended church as often as possible. . • Col. E. J. Ingersoll spoke of Mr. Ashley as,a comrade, as follows: Comrade W. H. Ashley, Sr., whose body lies at rest before you was' born at Lebanon, III., Aug. 14, 1S44;, died at iis home in this city Feb. IS;. 75 years and 6 months of age. Mr. Ashley was educated in the •schools of the city of his boyhood, much of the time in. McKendree College, at that early date offering a more favorable opportunity than any other school in Southern Illinois for a business life. Mr ; Ashley was a faithful He died in the bosom of his family, mourn her loss is supported in her declining years by her faithful family of boys and her grandchildren, their mothers and friends of her. Christian home. He was a member of the Grand Army, of the Republic, a member of Shekinah lodge No .241 A. F and A. M. and of Reynolds Chapter No. 75, Royal Arch Masons, all of Carbondale. His son, Charles,' was named after our distinguished ExGovernor Chas. S. Deneen, tiresent at the funeral. N. Y. Hostelry Opened in 1812 Closed by Dry Law New York.—Prohibition closet! .the doors of another famous hos- relry. the Eastern lintel' at the 'Battery, which was. first opencil shortly after the war of 1812. Solid mahogany beams form the framework of the structure, one of the oldest on the' Island of•Manhattan. Many prominent persons-made their headquarters at the hotel, including Robert Fulton, steamboat inventor; Daniel Webster, Commodore Vander- Dilt. Jenny Llnd, P. T. Barnum and General Grant. '•""""•""""•.Ill" HIHIHIIIIIIIIH [«HIIII!lllllflllll)l!:llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllEllll]l]!ll|!f||t The Style Shop MIDDY The "Jack Tar*' manufacturers allotted us just ten (j-o) dozen middies in blue- green-pink and red--at a great sacrifice, simply .because these middies; were, stitched by mistake in white thread, instead of their same colors. They are made of Belgian cloth and sell retail at 3.50 everywhere. Sizes 6 to 22. We have only 120— and while they last we will sell them at $1.75 No more than three to a customer Supt. Francis G. Blair, four times elected State Superintendent of Public Instruction, 'and .in constant'demand as an educational speaker throughout the United States. He will'deliver a brilliant and'graphic address on "The j Present Condition, of our Teaching J Force." ' ..: ' Assistant Superintendent W. S. Booth and Assistant Superintendent J. C. Hanna, both undoubted experts _in their respective fields. They.will render, invaluable assistance in the Rural .School and High School .Section meetings. The Village.and City School Section will be addressed by Dr. IPhelps and Dr. Soares. The High. School Sectiom will be addressed J>y Dr. Spares and by Mr. Hanna, who will also conduct a round table discussion of high school problems. . . ' . ' A~]ifew feature is the Rural School Section at. which'Dr. Foght and Mr.' Booth will speak and conduct a round table discussion of rural school problems. :'This is the first time the rural school interests' have been, especially recognized on> OUT program. We hope no rural teacher will be willing to v miss this' important meeting. .Another new and attractive feature will be a'three-reel moving picture of the Sargent Consolidated' School which is said to .be the best consolidated rural school in America. This picture is furnished by Dr. Foght. As 'will'be recognized, the above is a synopsis of an. unusually expensive as we'lt'as an unusually profitable pro ".gram." The Committee solicits a hundred per cent enrollment,and,if possible, a 'hundred per cent. attendance from the counties of our division.This is necessary(l)to extend the influence of the meeting; (2) to "insure proper financial support 'and thus encourage the future bringing .of good ,thinigs to Southern Illinois; (3). to plaee'South- ern Illinois_on the map educationally in/ comparison with the enrollments of the other divisions of the State Association. •;-•-. . TOM MOORE in "FOOTLIGHTS AND SHADOWS" Harold Lloyd Comedy THE PEORK COLUMN VAUDEVILLE Normal Auditorium Thursday Feb. 26 »: 00 P.M. P a O G R A M 1. Farce—Tommie's Wife. 2. Dance. 3. Diving Contests.- 4. Toy Shop Pantomime. 5. Strong Man. 6. Syncopated Interlude. 7. Boxing. 8. Athletic Pageant. Dances. e proposition for the nghtman. Clyde C. Oldham, * Distributor, .TJrbana, ni. Pnoe. buy ho U3e and ts. .Give location, and lowet Address Box 1£8 , ™ FOR . preferred. Call 414-X girls All merchandise is being sold at 20 per cent discount until the first of March at Krysher's store. Remember-They sell regular for $3.50 each Continuing Our Great Corset Sale Of the discontinued models oi Warners-Kabo-Madame Grace and LaCarnille corsets $2.50 corsets at. . : |_gj 3.00 corsets at ... * 1*95 tin! .... 3.00 '4 oo corsets at 5.00 corsets at 6.00 corsets at. . . 7.50 corsets at. ;. 9.00 corsets at..... Both iront and 3.50 4.50 ........ ...5.00 back lace models THE STYLE SHOP CARBONDALE, MRS. MAUDE WHITE, COLORED SUCCUMBS Mrs. ; Maude White, wife, of ChSs. White colored, died at her home 400 S. Marion street -at 12:30 yesterday following a several days' illness. 'She leaves her husband and three little boys. 'She was 26 years old. The funeral services will be conducted at the -Eockhill Baptist church by Rev. W: - M. Moody Tuesday afternoon 'at 1 o'clock. The funeral will 'be in charge of the Daughters of Tabor lodge.; JMra/TVhite also leaves her. parents and a~large.Dumber.of relatives in .Carbondale arid -the county.. ' '• Burial al-Oakland cemetery. '...-. WILL SEIZE JACK JOHNSON U. S. District Attorney Lays Plan* When He Hears ex-Champion Is to Start for Chicago. . Laredo, Tex., Feb. 23.— Jack John son^.r former heavyweight pugilistic champion, will leave "Mexico City for the-: United States next Thursday, going; directly to Chicago, where he will surrender himself to federal authorities by whpm he is wanted for jumping bond nfter his conviction and sentence under the Mann act;:nccord- Ing>to an interview published in Thursday's issue of the Herald ~de Mexico' Of .Mexico City, copies ..of which have arrived here. .According:, to; the. interview; Johnson is confident that the charge: against him will, finally be dis- Feb. 23.— United ' States missed. . Chicago, TAXI! TAXI! For closed car service call 312. T, Brooks 'Taxi. Station, or :66, Brooks Garage. Night or dav service.-^r-Adver- tisement. . _ . . District -Attorney Charles Clyne, when informed, that Jack Johnson, former heavyweight champion,: would leave Mexico City next Thursday for the United 'States, .heading direct' for .Chicago, stated that as:- soon-ns Johnson set foot on the soil of this country -he would be arrested. "The United States enters' into no negotiations with fugitives from Justice, and vrben Johnson returns to this country he will . be immediately, taken, into custody," said Sir. Clyhe, "and the federal authorities will then press.' the case against him."- . Bees Raid Jam FAetbry. , • While Norris S. Dailey .was remov- .ing. honey from the/hives at ' his apiaries ..on his farm in Penh l r an,' a village a few miles., from .Syracuse, FOR A roo*m house «* FOR SALE-* room U6use, two lots with garage au paved -s'tree.close ,0" cahool, 3 blocks of/depot. Call 60S South Washington. '-• ' . _ r «om cottage~on west Sycamore St.. All conveniences except heat. Lot 60i230 feet. this week. C, care of Free Press FOR SALE—Farm, 280 acres at ISO per acre.'; Within two miles of Normal University. -B,.- care; of Free Press. car, , FOR SALE-Chalmers touring _ good condition. Will trade on- property Call;.at 605 SiNormal or phone 410 X. LOST LOST QR STRAYED-Red pig 30 or 40 pounds. Howard if Notify Free Press. LOST—iShriner's pin. turn -to Free Press. Reward. Re- LOST-Square silver wrist watch between, Amuse-U and Fowler's Roward if returned to Mrs. George Albon, !St. •'I,'••*.•;•«.- University,.,vs. Normal, basket ball team §aturday evening at .Normal gym . • Admission '" Advertisement. BO cents.- Y., he discovered that the..sweet was pink. in. :color. Upon investigation he. found that instead of honey, it was raspberry jam. The bees had j.. Strike Paralyzfes Argentine tride cnrrjed the jam from a preserving ; Buenps Aires Fob 23—The strip plant about a mile from the Dailey , of the steamsh.p crews of the Miha! fla-' _ Tira*>a nKannf-' f~.~~^. »_». *•., . i-«4C JX&lUa farm. The- .seeds -were . from the Jam Swarms of bees and hornets have Invaded the ptaot several times this summer, driving the operators out of the factory amd carry^20 percent discount at Krysaer- a 4hej!^ hrl8tlan Sclence Monltor rest of the week.—Advertisement novich Steamship company which r-as been in progress "3 nee last Saturday, is causing he-m losses to shippers, hating virtual \\ paralyzed Argentine commerce with the coaat and River Finite ports Many perishable cargoes Bare been mine*, wh le others are- piled up in the -' , Mouse*. .•

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