The Daily Free Press from Carbondale, Illinois on March 20, 1920 · Page 2
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THE DAILY FREE PRESS Established Daily 1903 Weekly .1877 Free Press ' Eublishing "Co. JOHN T. QALBRAITH ' Editor alSd Manage* 1 > MAY CONNECT CAB THIEF WjTH BRiOiSES ."Telephone- - - 218 ' Terms . . Subscription r lS cent a week. _ .Advertising 'bills., due weekly. " Job' work strictly cash. i. -ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION $730. •Entered at the postoffice at Car- bondalc, Illinois'" as second class matter." Off ice in- the, .Free.' Press Building, West Main Street!. March 20; .1920 , HIGHWAY .COMMISSIONER: •Tlie'Free Press is authorized to an-.i ] lau |_ nounce GEORGE'A. FORE as a candi 1 j 1 date tor Highway Commissioner of i Car'bpiidalB .township, subject .to the] Hepubi'ean Primary MarcM 20. ! The/Free Press -;s autnonzed to announce : JACOB t ETHEB.TON as- a candidate for Highway. Commissioner of Carbondale township, subject to ' the -Republican Primary March. 20. •-' ASSISTANT SUPERVISOR.. The Free Press is authorized to :an- : aonuce ' wil. M. HOLL-IDAY as a candidate-for reelection for Assistant • Supervisor p£ Carbondale,, .township, .subject to the March 20. Tic- Free Press is authorized to announce J. W. CRANDBLti as a candidate for Assistant Supervisor of Car-. .•boEdale township, subject to the Republican Primary, March 20., TOWN CLERK. : . The Free Press is authorized to'a'n- .The-.police here have an inkling that. Jack- Sutherland! with a record- in the .courts' .and '.arrested .a .few days ago' at East S,t.> Louis, 'charged with/ bejng connected a\id .implicated in >the- robbery of freight cars in the 'Illinois. Central" yards here, ;s also an accomplice in the Bridge's .^tore burglary -here .some time ago, While- no definite evidence has been brought out to indicate with any certainty- that Sutherland connected with the robbery, Police- ma'.!! McGill and other, authorities •'here':-believe. Sutherland in. a way : s connected with tl]e burglary. It'is hardly believed that Sutherland did the actual breaking in nurt- stealing, but prabib'ly, 'kept :hc others in touch with develop intents while it was bcir.j,' done. He. i probably shadowed the police while ' Wedn'esdiyv 'BAPTIST CHURCH - . J:. W. Merrill,Pastor' . Corner.'\Slorth 'Normal and ^West A. Maip 1 ' Streets. 9:3»—Sunday' School', i The... m.ect-., ing is', over and all class .sessions will be i'as uiiual. < >-; -. '•• -.,' ; 1045—Morning- >v.orship ; . Subject: vice,' "Matter.'.' ''.StaycrsX'by ! .the • Stuff.'' ;- ' . : The, free .re? •2 -Oft—pu;n i'cTr s; ! •• MTs'i.^S-t c w a r t Jatiwg library ..is iGhandler; 'Strpi".;'. •••;.•.' 6.:30—ftigh '''Scilippl' B. (Y. P. U. : . ' -6.-:0—Senior,'-B^'Y: P.': U. 7:30—livening worship. 'The'Japan of Today,' . an illustrated Misipri- ary talk': Maiiy.. stereopticon views/ :••'.., <3HRISTI AN?SGJ^ISedE'r. |' : "; . Corner~Souii NoriiiB.fe^'|e,j.''!iii'ii ] ' W%sf : '• •"•",v. .:iBlg»{Si:;^; r i|:.;.: .';-.';. S,iinday '.'school','- -giSOjiaKnt ffi'V; ";' .'••'•'' -The : su&ject ; ''fori'tlie^-Sunday. • ser r •ice." "Matter." -Ai.-": •••'••''""•'*'.' .~ : -'. ; Miss Uipi'rijp' president, Tppjc/t"ph T is- s tian : 'Principles -.in'.' In^t^.'j-'art- up-; tp-tiate'tc-iie. -yAlli ypiing:p^ople-urg- ed.-..to N i^ti:.e.nd.-.'. -'^./- : ,. . ;. y^lT.- : • • mir.iii Uh^t "the prepar-ation.; for ..the S!as£r ^. •ed' at'-' 5 -.pi' 1 ' pi", . on; ;Easfer., 'Sunday, "CHRISTIAN . . I- .. •'''••' ' : Comer /South' Normal and Monroe. Duncan. MacFarlane, Pastor. Bible cliool s- at 9:30. Tlis . ..Rev. • -Walter F.. : ESjirl-esony 'D:'D_., - Tlie, free .reeidi-ng-jra-onii ;'and : .-circu- .'Pastor. : .. . . ;• - -.••• ".• "> ' - _' : ,«^.™ T;K™,:» '.i,- ^pei'every' l We<ines- •' Sabbath-.'stjliool ..-at'.i9;30. - A. &.. ,,u^^«t<)fc2 >to; ; <-jK : i m ''i Wilson ;.sip>. .:preac%e-at^:lp:45. ^t^atitre^s'for-lpan-and ,SuWep^,The .mustard s^edjihat, l>e'.'.',•....- ".,'•''•-• '' '•• "-- ..came 'a g^eat 'tree, .so that "the .-birds of tlie. air ..lodged]-in the'branches. ' ,•• feood ''mu'sic .iis ibeing .provided . Iby Miss ida"j"Andefson: ' .-'''. ' x At 6:30 .the-C.'.-E, and-'.at 7;30..the '.evening .preaching service. '. •' - T'h'is -c'lirurch: jg-ives^ ..a welcome; to you to .attend any of these services; > for v • All .'aro .-cordiaUy'^slcoraa." FIKST ' ' A. ..C.- .... .266 West:^M"ai6 ; ':iti-eet.. j the looters'were busy making the men are^: -preparing for a large all- Be- 'on .time. Communion >;. Every Christian should^ce at this sjcred service. Christian- ~Endeavor a ; t .6:30. . AH .Young- People hwited. r.Song service~'and' worship at 7:30.,- You are invited. Sunday .solibol .at '9.':80 a.- m.V Louis Rentro' superintendent.". •?"":. " '• j , Services' of • worship'. '.at '10.:45.. a. -m. and 7-T30 p. m. I ^THC THEATRE Don't ibe i'riig,hbened, . call >on - .pie . Morning servj.ee";\in.{l!'"je .-thejannual and'-'let me write .your aapiicatiori'.foi 1 thank . offerm.g ^^vice'-i'pi/'th'e^W. 'F. yo.ur . automobile ".State license,-'.as I-. -\yith the /pastor.. ' Evening, to-pic, V . th •• ap.propri'ate; ••'aiKcmsa/' by ihave and' keSJp . a""ri?c.prd of .your car ... . \-V- .• ;.-. L:<l ''>'f'.';-" -,/;:. •• from year to year. '_''.'• '••". ' 9 ,^ '' ' '"'~~ ~" ----- JEv-M. .WILLIAMS. CHAS. RAY ...."•' . v ''-.• -IN- ' ' '• "The Pineli Hitter - The -greatest character delinator on the screen today, one of the features that has made him -famous. Also'ADVENTURES OF RUTH I" . . " Admission 11 and 22 Cents " -MONDAY AND TUESDAY- WM. FARNUM, in "THE-ADVENTURER" i ' —Added' Attraction— ~ . '. THE GREAT .GILBERT HYPNOTIST and MENTAL MARVEL And maker of a million laughs—(not a moving picture) ' • ^ , . Worlds of Comedy. > '.-;•' Prices 22 and 44 Cents flu-pneumonia and measles. . She is survived- .by her husband and MRS.-VA. R."MANE.SS. -n. L /^'fT-nr* A -BIT-A 'I? i:s DUivivcu- .uy JJGI -. - .,,' PASSES-AWAi £our/mall ch - ildren . 1 Mrs.-A. R.' illness, aged 28 yeans; The remains were, taiicn to died at her home-; on North^ Wail : Pochahantas, Tenn., Tuesday morri-" Vital .Oh'ristian-.-Iiiving^'-:,'-."..-'.-' • Qyei 1 Style .Shop. ;"•;'" -- '' • ,. '. Adv.-Street Suhda-y.,.. after an illness.'with 'ing for funeral and : burial. i'.- : J '''•"•••'••.,: ••'•' •'•".',''•^''•iic'.'-'--'---' ••'••" ••''".' ' • • : •'-•••-- • .;; : v^'' ' '"'::--• •'•' '" -. '••'(••'. ' - : -. • t ' •• .-" . •' '. .'.-'No settlement -has 'been -reached between the Central Illinois Public Service Co.. and the linemen who Republican Primary ] have been 'on a- strike in thi^ dis- I trict for the last ti.vo weeks. More than sixty -linemen are out. This strike Juis resulted in the street lights 'being out in Carbondale since -the , walkout, the wires being out of repairs. . While »'Jthe company offered the linemen 85 ccuts an hour just after thej' struck, the linemen refused nounce "WM.'.M. GALDEGLY, as a] and. are denianding $1.00 Paper Shortage Forces To Cut an hour. candidate, for Town Cleric, of Carbon-1 Jhey were receiving 65 cents." dale Township subject to.the Republican. ; Primary March 20. The' Free Press is authorized to announce V/'. J. BROWN^as a candidate :.• •• c" ""T-i'wn- Cleric,, of. Carbondale Town- snip subject' to tffe"'Kep«DlTcan''Pri- mary, March 20. . ASSESSOR. i The Free-Press is authorized to announce Bam Anderson.as a.candidate for reelection for assessor o£ Carbondale townslup sutrject to the Republican primary March 20. THE FREE PRE RESUMES DAILY Further evidence of" the hopless- 'n'ess of the paper supply is indicated in a letter from the Chicago Tribune tp Frank Nauman, its /local news dealer, in wnich the Tribune notified Nauman- -that his Sunday Tribune papers would -be cut 50. It was state the acute paper shortage was responsible for the drastic cut. .•*This-is the first ever known lor _ a 'paper as large and wealthy as the Tribune to deliberately cut down Us circulation regardless of its desire to maintain a high subscription j mark. . i It 'isn't a matter of price for p.a- ' - * ! per,'as critically high as it is, the |With the Daily Free Press being''paper just isn't and can't be -'had printed at Murphysboro .by the In-j at any price. dependent • until the. Free Press j . | re-equips and get the-plant in con-j dition to publish .~tsv.own..""-j»ape. j Atty we will' do tmsiness in the usual | manner,...,acccpting- advertising andj ' other business "at the office in the I A. deal was consummated' ycster- Free Press building. ; j day in which Attonn-y,. Chas. E. 'jhis has .been lhe.-"fir|l time in ' Fcirich purchased, the Dr. D. B. i7;-.ycars, - during the existence of | Parkinson on West Walnut Street. the ' paper; that Carbondale had The consideration was not been without a. daily paper, cxcep Feivich Buys Dr. Parkinson Home the stated. The Parkinson home is one -ef the most :hanr*spmc homes in- the and when it was first built and -i'Sundays- and holidays. It Mention of -the- Free ' Press to take! city '/every means to get a'paper out for; for several year's after it was point- its readers. -Beginning with our cd" to as one of Carbondale's most issue of -yesterday 'a paper wi'u be ! elaborate homes. The location, ihe published every day, the copy be- beautiful trees and the lawn a«. iiv<r : written'- here and sent to ,the. mudj to. the attraction of file Independent for publication. .-.M-rs. W. H. Walker returned .to her property. Attorney Fcirich plans improvements on tlu> •home in East.-St. Louis yesterday, I those which will make it after a visit "with "her sister, -Mrs. | modern, 'both Mnsidc and -Wm.- Kayser. . ! extensive- property, the most out. At- .tprney and Mrs. Fcirich will occx- py. . the Parkinson home. Dr ..and Mrs. Parkinson former are^ ,re- Bryden Mrs. Heriry Brohm \vcnt._.tb "Fairfields yesterday for a visit with her] moving ..to the sonT Henry Brohm, Jr., principal property on West Main Street, just cxt. the Fairfield hig-h'school. ..-west .of the J. D.. Dill home. - __ LLIMRY OPENING On account of a removal sale, by a first class miilinary co. I have bosiglit^an.d >•'"•_ liave 'on sale .for. the next two weeks a line o? new, 'clean, iip to date millinery at "exactly , half pi-ice. Hats rairi£i.ns' fr'pjn'. $3^0 ,.tp;Sl2.9S— They will only last a short time, so come early . r ...... « -"• "•'' • A ' 202 East -Oak ".Str.c-et. '''. 'One-door east of-t-he '-A. .'L. English- Flat ^ 1 1 m ^ ' '• For \ is one your ^3.11 O primary i^. the history of Iliinoia ; /feas.' meant -rrxor-9 to all the people o£ the.« United 1 States than the Presidential Preference Primary "' tliis year. • , " v ' ' \ . - ' . ' . • - . -•-, v. Tfe names of two men are before yott, and ydu are asked to make * ; ypur choice between them -—- -wkiclt - of tjiem you think should.te 'Presi- • dent of the United States. do this, not,by your vofefbr delegates, but . judgment ;s.o that- the country may kfcow ' of .ina-a" .built modelschools, established new hospitals, ••Eaye Do wp cpmpro-j : i.'„.-;„,-. j ..., - -, ..-: : ^; TJierevare otliei* ; gjopd lii^nandti'ue, but there's 5"T3 want,a;:^§K|it;;Si-;.irierely -— a mati p.f : .^ no,other maTa'-lDefrjDe tKe-people "wflio meEsures"' .__.j).ro-iTiiEC^ijQrji^.b^JWO.'xi'^aii.t a.iti^iifas'miich'' :•"( 'iijj :to:A.e :iieed of" ttie timers does Leoiiard liKe Liticoln ^ad^iQ.^^;as we..can.-|et? ;-A.-:,.. '^op:d; ;; 'He^ ^CRepiiblican. He as a man'of •man'-'fearlci^ : att|^$^ - n : ' '"i'p "•'-.1 ••- •> .11 'i •• i *""L r)T° A'maii 1 . wlio as>rilEaiji?aiSr-VlA man^ho-'kriows i-\"---^^ ••• ••...-.- -.» -, , ,.-. -^ , ..» , : v • •• •. 1 . : .' 1 .*^i-'S<:f.":"a:-;"ir -.'..- J3.:_ -.- • .- your ypte acneans soijxething,. Do mot be mis- '-' led; ] do no'jt be. afraid, to sj5ea'Tc"your tciiiidi : M«lilli« eonBon to Ckiirmnn lorilllicois LEONARD WOOD ...., .,l«o.i.pwt«.nom, LBICMO ' ": ' FOR PRESIDENT •• ^ DI wflrvote-'rfor- W.ood-and ask'my jriciids'to do .so. • / : .; 'pj vjilt- bfC Sflail "io~fhake spccchcs-Jar"Wove*. •'..' ' • ;•*••' " tj/.ti/W/ circulate''printedmutter shuMJitig'Jite carcer~tnnl aiit!liJt'Vfiti<nis. 'ij.-, .Of.ivili be Bifid'to'hclp"organise frienij* oS^min'a in.mi> i!ei!fl>i>ariioodand i for Illinois V

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