The Daily Free Press from Carbondale, Illinois on March 5, 1920 · Page 2
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The Daily Free Press from Carbondale, Illinois · Page 2

Carbondale, Illinois
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Friday, March 5, 1920
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THE DAILY FREE PRESS «•» E»Ubll»hed Weekly 1877 Press Publishing Co. MRS. JOHN T. QAUBRAITH .. Editor a Telephone r - 218 THRMS. Subscription 15 cents a we«k. bills due weekly- Job -waiis. siiicuy casn. A.NNUAL SUBSCRIPTION *7.80. Dntered at the postofflce at Carbon- tmjw,' lUlkalB, as second class matter. <> 0*06 In the Free Press Building, Main Straet. March 5, 1920 ' -6 | WJaHWAY COMMISSIONER. -The-IIree. Press is authorized to an-< Bounce GEORGE,A. FORE as>a candt <•• date, ; tior. Highway . Commissioner ot '-Oftrbondale township,.-.subiect to the f Republican Primary MarcW 20, e,Press Is authorized, to an».- • Bovmce- .JA.COB ETHBRTON as ,^"can'aiaat»'for Highway CominiMloner • - of Cjwbpnilale township, subject to r ih'e Republican Frimaiy Slarch 20. ^ASSISTANT SUPERVISOR. t^Free'Press is authorized to an : ii ? ' P<1 WM;--''M. JHOLUDAT/aB a . r e; for rtele'ctioii tor Assistant . SupartJBOT .of 'Carbotfaale township, subject to ihe Republican Primary j " " ' . . 'The Free Press is authorized , to "^ Bounce .J. V. CRANDHLi. aa,a.candi- ^HMts'taT. Assistant. Supervisor of. Car bonrtBle .townBhip,. subject to the Republican Primary,: March .20. TOWN CLERK. Th'e Free Press is authorized .to announce W-M. M. GAL.LEGLY, as a candidate for Town Clerk, ot Carbondale Township subject to the Republican Primary March 20. .HOUSE KEEPS U, S. DRY Members Beat Another Move to Kill the Measure. Amendment Repealing Enforcement Act Defeated by Vote of 254 te 36. Washington, Martti 5.—The house refused by an overwhelming majority to repeal the prohibition enforcement act. The repeal measure was offered by Representative Eagan (Dem.), New Jersey,;as an amendhient to the legislative and judicial appropriation rneas- »ire, c -and Speaker Gillette overruled a point, of order against it. Mr.. Eagan also proposed elimination .-from'the" bill of an appropriation of •$4,500,000 for enforcing the dry act. Both proposals were defeated on one 'a-oll call. The vote on the Eagan motion was 254 to 36. The house then passed the legislative bill without a record vote. Representative Garrett _(Dem.) of .Tennessee made a point of order against the repeal motion, declaring it Avas^a bad ^Hnciple to tack legislation iOnto appropriation hills. Speaker "Glllett overruled the point. "When prohibition members shouted *or the speaker to rule. Representative 3>ycr (Rep.) of Missouri, declared that .^Jte^auie tactics were used in getting the enforcement act through the house. Many dry lenders had expected the , speaker to sustain the point of order. f: ; rt developed during the /discussion ' thai: Hie "wets" plan to make the snme tficht on the liquor question durtn. .iconslderation of every bill cnrryin; ?any sort of an appropriation for prohl- -l)U.ton enforcement. BOMB U, S, CONSULATE Occupied by Consul at Zurich Wrecked. THE DAILY FREE PRESS Beginning' Today- — J A, PAT! by the dtesi> AILORING Men aed- yoiaeg' eieim wlii-o r^qiuilr©-; iifltely. correct. .talloflinig ! ~-t© iedSySdiflal amid ye^iaegtSooatel^ qlEality of all materials entering Into the makleg., wffl- see .Jo.this showM'g a strlkieg demoestra- tion of the ecomoMlc advantages resanittag'-' from smijperior porclhastrig po^wer HUB! coira= ceotratfGift of effort lira ope yast orgapi^a 3 tiomi of highly skilled deBl§ : iriersaei:ta!|ors.. We shall welcome the opportunity to present the neu) Woolens, styles and values for your personal criticism. Quality and style thai inspire .the qunlion— attached to He consulate include Alfred W. Donegan, vice consul, and Joseph A. Dubois, Brigg A. Perkins and Margaret L. Snngcr, .clerks. POLES CHARGE GERMAN PLOT -vNo One Injured by Explosion—Police x Believed to Have Obtained Clews As to Guilty Persons. Zurich, Switzerland, March 5: : —A bomb exploded last night under the : -porch of the American consulate here. .•'seriously damaging the building, but ' injuring no one. Police authorities •..are believed to luivc obtained'clews us •'.to the guilty persons. "" Washington, March 5.—An official re••port -of the bombing of the American consulate at Zurich was mndc to the state department by consul General ;Keenn, who said the bulklihg was par- tiaily destroyed, but that no one was Injured. State department officials recalled -..that Zurich is -the rendezvous of po-. 41ttcal refugees from all countries Of ?>Barope and a center of international ijBtrigae. ._Be«4dee Oonsnl General Kenna,'tho«* j See Plan to Block Egress to Sea in Revision of the Danzig Frontier. London, -March F>.—Germans in Danzig hnve begun a campaign in favor of a revision of the frontier of that city, which was constituted a free state under the Versailles treaty, so thtrt they may be enabled to annex territory including the ports of Tezew. ou the lower. Vistula, and Hela, nineteen miles northeast, says the London Times, quoting dispatches from Polisfi sources. It is declared the reason for this move is that Polish leaders have proposed to construct at Tezew or at Hela n port "of dimensions worthy of a Polish hinterland having 30,000.000 inhabitants. According. to, the Times the Danzig Journal declares Gentians in that city learned of the Polish plan and are taking steps to nulify It. Wanted Several Hundred Girls AND WOMEN FOR CARTRIDGE MAKING. THIS WORK IS LIGHT, CLEAN. EASILY LEARNED AND PAYS A MTNTMTTM WAGE OF 20c PER HOUR, WORKING 55 HOURS AND RECEIVING PAY FOR 60 HOURS" MOST or THE WORK, HOWEVER, is ON A ^ K-WORK^ BASIS AND PAYS cois^ SIDERABLY MORE THAN THE HOURLY RATE. PROVISION HAS BEEN MADE FOR TAKING CARE OF HOUSING. Alton, Illinois

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