The Daily Free Press from Carbondale, Illinois on March 22, 1920 · Page 2
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Carbondale, Illinois
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Monday, March 22, 1920
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THE DAILY FE(i| PRESS THE DAILY. FREE PRES$ Established N Daily 1903 Weekly, 1877 ity that is v back of it. -The Van^ Noy^s some time, agp bought the Lagenfelt hotel at Ccri- tralia . anc! Van .Xoy officer have '- coveted the means of takin Free Press Publishing Co. MRS. JOHN T. J GALBRAITH Editor arid Manager i j care of the heavy dinner traffic at Carbonda?e, where 37 passjcnger Telephone - - 218 Towns i Subscription 15 cent a week. , Advertising bills due weekly. Job work strictly .cash. ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION $7.80. Entered at the postoffice at Car- bon'dali, Mllinois, as second , class matter'.- - Office in the Free. Press Building. West Main .Str.'ee.t VAN NOT TOE! HOTEL IN C'DALl trains stop daily. MISSING Opposes Forced Sale of German Property in Neutraj, Lands 1 to Pay indemnity. Tom Ellis Manager of Lo-r N cal Restaurant Admits Such Plans Are Afoot With Strong Probability' of The Erection of A; Magnificent Hostelry Will; Materialize. .. The" exchange prog-ram rendered by the Attuek's school of Carbondaie before 'the students and patrons of rthe Douglass school, at the 'Methodist church Friday might'was thoi'-olj^ appreciated _fcy the audience. T>h-e program was directed: :by Misses- Hamilton and Weaver of,the Attacks school aiul was in • every /-way tip to the standard of. 'excellence set .by the school. The feature of -the program was .the chorus- work of thirty-five singers and -the instrumental performance of ,two very small 'igarls all of which .won the .geireixiu.-' applause of the audience and t!ie comm^nda- tion of the teachers and friends of the 'Schools. The 'Carbondale aggregation c-ame to f Muiipliysboro ; .an. '. a special car on.the interurban and ip jthe company was a representative body of patrons of- the school. A striking and •commendable feature of the trip was the cultured' demear.or and mannerly conduct of the students •••j. • - . • . : -f • -.'?.• Stinrait'iSh that he; had' Stolen it: ,' or ',' fengw sraieitlraijy about, which- •, Grear.-, !' : Clark said ' .he- had- hear3 ; Grear f| •'•went to .Cha's. Shield's • .resident, trwfhere "the Bottled j^oods ,was, iii store l-aiid requestea^ .Mrs.- :Smel3s" -to give f up jthe "near"*eer)'at : .Cla-r,k had sent • f.fpy-fjc.-.Some .say'-the team-was reco,g-' •'.'irizei.-v&sv.; Great's 'team',' '• "altlifruigih' ime ,the' '- «Uj .-.iir-- ^^.', -.Grear says, it wiasri't,' apdyat'the time at}d .Wayne jt , is ^d ; some •on.e^alled^f ' ' There is a liklihood that the Van' kotball CARBONDALE HIGH SCHOOL TEAM PLACED CAMPBELL.' HILL The Cai-bondale High school, bas- «'er.t .to Campbell Hill Noy News- Co. will build a largej Saturday to '-play the Hi ff h school hotel in Carbondale at an early]' tcam of tnat Place.' Those g'oiug were dare.'- The first of tHe report 'wa 3 ! jGWsl Hickey, Ernest Coleman, Del- hcar'd yesterday. j beri s 'P ain > Leslie .Snider, Lynn Mc' When Toni Ellis, manager of th-f^ 0 ™'**- Ghas - -^fro, Claudie Dix- local Van Noy restaurant was a-;!-:-', no anti H ' Aert Bag-will. . ed- as to whether or not the Van', Noy planned such a project, he s.iid Mr. Van Noj% head of tlu- com pariy;- had asked "Nim what !:c thought of bxiilding- a hotel in Car- bondale. "I told him I thought jt would be a pre\ty good place, saitlj Mr.' Ellis. "And I'll -see him in ajYouCail fe'w day* and let you know," Mr. Ellis' continued. The local malinger, ... .. , -..-,., , ., . ,! Harrington, ,Me. —"I suffered with said if the Van Noys build a no:c!; backache, pains throv.~:i ;.i y hip'a here it would be a g-ood one. ?J; though he couldn't say whether or ": not it" would contain 300 rooms;, ac the report says. Mr. Ellis says the company is pretty a-pt to built a hotel here, hfowever. The Murphysboro Independent says,, concerning ,the report : A-.. ; wetl defined ^report has r'eache'd cer.tarri'-'St. LouisX contractors and their; .field ccfntra'ctor's in southern Illinois th'a't the Van *e Free from Pain as I Am, if You Do as 1 Did. .: -».r- i n g down, feeling that I could not stanS on my feet. I.also had other distressing symptoms. At times I Bad to grve up work. I fried a number of remedies but Lydia E. Pinldiam's Vega- table Compound did me more good than anything else. I am andipperators of a string of dinir.y and news-stations along the Illinois Central railroad fare th'inking most 'serioitsly of-erecting a 300-room hotel., at Carbondaler - One contractor- who was asked for verificatio'n of the report Friday nigh't said: "I am'.told the Va'nj Noys are considering such .an im- . - -—^. ^T I regular, do not suffer the pains I used Noys, owners to. keep house and do nil my work. I • J — j: —'— J -- -" —'-- provemeiit afXTarbondale. They arc prostration. thinking of building on the site at .Lydia E. Pinfcham's Vegetable Com....... „ • pound contains no narcotics or harmful at -water tank there. , djrugs _ It is made from extracts of The .contractor would not permit | roots and herbs and is a safe medium' reeoramend your medicine to all who suffer as I did and you. may use my letter as you like."—Mrs. MINNIE MITCHELL, Harrington, Mo. • There are many-women v.-ho suffer as Mrs. Mitchell did and who arebeing"bena- fited -by this great medicine every day. It has helped thousands of women who have been troubled with displacements, in(iammatio_n, ulceration, irregularities, periodic pains, backache, that bearing down feeling, indigestion, and nervous . tbe'use of his name nor did he vcr-j for women. If you need special advice if y. the. report by giving the ^thor-j ^^^^Pinkl^ Medicine Co, When you sit down to a breakfast of steaming, appetizing griddle cakes—that's when you're mighty glad thskt JUST RIGHT; 1 ,- Com Syrup's on the table. For this high-quality product has .a delicious flavor all its own that's simply irresistabls. Try a can and see.' At your- grocer's.' THE AMOS-JAMES GROCER CO. Demand the' Just Right Brand* 1 *) FIGHT ON OVEB FOE/FIWDS State- Department at Washington Inquires About British Action Regard." ing German Property Rights in South American Countries. Washington, Jlurch 2'.i.—"Strong re- monstrances" have beeii made by the 7 " American guvonmieut against rulings; o. 1 : tlio allied rupuriitlons coiiniiissipn i that under the peace treaty, sale, .gt I certain Genunii .property ill 'ueutriil countries cnn be forced i£ noeSs'sary to I satisfy the Initial payment of .tho'Ger-' n;;ui inUemnit.v.' '''.,'( , Under Secretary Polk oC,the state de-' partinent, writing ''today to. Senator j Hentlersdn, (bum.), -Nevada, suid . "a | further protest" was iti preparation as ' such U. construction'of the-treaty vnis ! contrary to (in-official Interpretation ex-' changed between Germany and tlie nl- • lied powers. ~~ Inquires About British Plan. Jlr. Polio's letter wus iu response to au inquiry by Senator Henderson' re- j 'garcling reports that Groat Britain had requested that German property and all the rights off German cifi/.eijs in clcclriciil enterprises in South America be falcen over by the commission and subsequently transferred, to Great! Britain as part o£ the indemnity due' it by Germany.' Mr. I'olk said the state .Department had no iuforruntiCn us to this, but added: "Therfe Ims-teen received, however, certain inforuuitlon-linving relatioii to your inquiry to the effect that the allied governments represented on the reparations commission have advanced' and provisionally adopted a construction of article 285 which would empower the reparations commission to demand payment by Germany ofHlie initial 20,000,000,000 gold marks iu any commddities, gold, ships or otherwise, which the reparations commission may desire; and iu the exercise of' such power the commission may require tlie sale of German property inVneutra" 'countries at least if in the form • credits or securities. Sale Might Be Required. "Under such power it is possible that the sale-tot the reparations commission, oC the securities, controlled by Gernisin corporate enterprises in Soutli America might be required of Germany, i - • "The department,is endeavoring unofficially to keep in touch with matters coming up for decisiori before the commission in order thafrmy action of the coniiaission which, might be in derogii- ition of - American trade opportunities should not pass unchallenged. The department is handicapped, however, in that it has no right to demand such information and this government not having ratified the treaty cnn not exercise the right to veto an interpretation of the commission's powers such as contained in the construction of article 235 mentioned above. New Brotest Prepared. "Nevertheless strong remonstrance hns been made find a further protest ip in preparation on the ground thut the assumption aifd use of such powers Is prejudicial to general economic reconstruction; offers fin opportunity to the governments dominating the reparations commission indirectly to exercise a clangorous controlling influence on provisional trade with Germany' and: incidentally is unwarranted by the terms o£ the treaty and contrary to the spirit it not tlie letter of the official interpretation given Germany by tlie jillierl powers before the signing of the.treaty. \ "The result bf such protest is hard to predict, as by the terms of the treaty, the influence and power of a large p'nrt of the civilized world is concentrated behind a decision, of tlie reparation commission and the absolute vetn power specially provided f.o.j^je United States in such matters can be exercised only if and when we ftitify.the treaty." Senator Henderson said the- official interpretation referre^ to by Mr. Po'.k was contained in for'riial notes es-- changed between Germany and'the allies, in which, the understanding was yreacliecl that rhe property of German citizens in neutral countries coulcl not -ho taken. The senator also said' that inquiries at the state department disr closed thht no replies to-the United States' protest had been received. Soft turn" Clark's ' ibo'ttles'; -was not -near ' Drink Place Wlien ' J« AijJcpri Tn' : "'' IS ASKCQ. l-ft WagOri -LOad Missing Soft DrinksT u . ,- ,. "- ' Gr ? ar - ha » not-'been arrested on.,the \ ^j, • of :being, responsible 'for the Ql .missing beverage.. .But h'qth he. : 'and- As a result -of' by Clras! Clark that'Wyne Grear, color,- dd, • knew something, 'ab'out a. wagon load of "near heer" which was stolen from Clarlc a few days ago, b'oth were arrested .Saturday afternoon, charged' with disturbing''the peace'. . ^_The arrest of both men followed a fight in the place -of .Clark, .wihich he- operates as a soft drink place on.. East Jacksoni .street. Grear entered Clark's :plaee and after .a few words concerning the missing near''beer-a fig-lit took place. Grear is said ot have made a play to his. pocket like ; 'he was making for .a igiin .when .the argument 'became heated. This helped •bring' ifhings to. a climax. At first Clai-k 'approached Grear in a mild: manner, i'equesti.ii'g Kirn" to tell jvliere the riear-'beer.was. This Grear sharply resented, -taking it .as an in- . . •Clark" .must 'appear in court -T5n-'- a charge of -distuiibirig theV-peacfe next Tuesday. • - ' • REBlKAHS ATTENTION Special •. meeting of Carbondalel Rebekah Lodge at 7:30 p. m: Tuesday for .work. ' All members of 1 the • degree staff, urgently -requested to' be lireserif. i —"" .' MOLLl-E' ANDERSON; • M22—2t. > Noble Grand. THEATRE BEAUTIFUL ~ GREAT GILBERT.'. ' ..... ' ''' '' •' • Mental, marvel' -and maker , or a .million laughs.. Presenting a clean; 'high-class'' educational demonstration ~~ of hypnotism in ' rts many different phases. D.on'.t .miss .tonight, as the Hawaiian dance' alone, with Carbondale fellows diessed in native Hawaiian costumes i.s worth the 'price, alone.' . Also WILLIAM, FARNUM, in- 4 V ,,;.:,•:'., . , . • " THE A«DVENf URER" The'- greatest .picture Farnurn has made to date. Pictui-es at 7 : .00 - '.•- ' Gilbert At 8:15 Pictures Again at 9:30 Admission 22 and 44 CeWts~— Tax Included Carl 'Smith, A. F. Smith, several days' .illness. son of -Mr. and .Mrs. is improving, "after a SPAIN FACES RAIL TIE-UP Government Warned That Men .Will Quit Monday if Wages Are Not Increased. Madrid, March 2u.—Jiailr'cmd- men «ent n warning to the government Hwt in tlie event railroad rates n re/increased and higher ivafres for the men are not given approval before -Monday the entire body of railroad employees iu Spain will strike; : $1.25.-for Cems'nt, Men;" ' St. Louis. March 20.—Union cement will, be .given a. wage in- .ci-ease ot t'ro.m QO cents to $1.25 an hour beginning' April ]>.-il..\vns.;nn- nounccd. About 300 im;ii will be ,-^.tea.- f Colds' are ireacKerous-! To jiop a cold before ii qeij^tarte^ alwaq.r keep oi\ ~K'an;d i box of' FOR SALE BY DRUGGISTS . EVERYWHERE 25j£ A BOX ,TAKE A-BOX HOME WITH YOU TO-D'AY ENTERPRISE MILLINERY 8PEKINS On account ofe a removal sale, by a first class miilraary co. I have bought and will have, on sale for the next two' weeks a line v of new, clean, up to date .millinery at Exactly half price. Hats flanging, from $3.50 to $12.95—They will only last a. short-"time, so come early. ••"-'/ '-• : • B. R, /• 202'East Oak Street One door cast of the A. L. English Fiat ,-Ask for J. V. f. Trading Stamps' VANCIL TAYLOR THE^JBIG STORE We Gi/e JO/.T. Trading The women of, this city and vicinity can purchase at this best store the things they intend to wear on Ea'ster day. i. ''"'',• • - "• ' ' Oar large stock of womeh's- suits, cqa't's, dresses, sweaters', ..dainty uhdermush'hs and 'millineiy will meet 'your requirements.-' A- personal inspectioB is suggested. EASTfiB SUGiGESTIONS FROM OUR -.READY TO WEAR DEPARTMENt--2nd Floor ; ; Women's fancy .and tailored all wool' 'suits in twe^d mixture's, trie'qtiries, silViertonesy honiespuhs and serge^ colors '^. 7 ', 'tan> pofcelin blue xarid broyn. -.. - Price $30.00 to_$99,50 ' Beautifuf Georgette crepe' ..blouse's '.in most attractive styles tte newest shades and colorings.; ' ' _ Price $€r.OO to $3.00 Voile and organdie waists ( ' Price $1.98 to $10.00 '. "Silk taffe'ta, georgette, .and pussy willow /dresses, in .the newest '-styles and "colors. . . " Pi-ice $25.00 to $69;50 ' * • • : Many .hew spring coats in polo cloth, -.wool v'elouiy sei-ges .\aMplumettecloths. Price $15.00 to $69. 50 in EASTER- 1 'SUGGESTIO'N'S 'FROM - &IM PRESS GOODS DiEiPARTMENf " ' 36-inch'v r d±'.ess linen iil rose, cop'en, light blue aiid 6'rcKid;' pet yard ..."..... "... .$2.25 50-inch attractive blight spring wd'6l plaids, pier yards '............'...-.. $5.'00 to"$6.d6; 54-inch, pekin blue silveftone suitirig, ; per yard- ... .<: ,.,. '.,-. .'$8. r 6 r O -Beautifui.. ehainbrys, tissue ,-gin'ghants, voils, organdies, crepe and palni j&ifestcK •.-'..cloths, per 'yard ...:... -.....-'-.... .50c to , : - • 'Main Floor ;: ~ EASTER SUGGESTIONS FROM OUR SILK DEPARTMENT -, 40-inch clinging, rich, lustrious foulards in wonderful, attractiye patterns, • ; 'per yard ......-. • • • • • § 2 - 50 to ' $ 0>50 40-ineh plain and printed georgette crepe, per yard .',..............,.. ../:'43.00 to $6.00 •-, 4G-irich 'fahtesoi silk shirtings in heavy quality, rich raident.'-lustre,, many colors to select fr;pm, per- yard : •.-... ,: $5.00 to $12.50 i i...36 ; -ihch..plain taffetas and sat'ihs in all . colors, per yard . x . $3.00 ' Flqor . , /.'_... TJtet Breathe the Spirit of Easter - , This season's-prettiest styles- ; feas : fullest expression in this attractit.e • and - ; 'complete.^'asserSblage-. qi'new .-vh.odes.-r- Women's straw,- .georgette : .and lace '.hats; sm'Srll- tailored hats'.'for street wear. qf-.the .-larger flower 'trimmed, ha'iis'fqr dress wear. • .. ... • ' "' ." '. .'• "/-•<- ''''.• .Ranging in price frpih $5,00 :'t6 $18 : '75 ; ' -, ' • -' -..- "" '. .. '. ; > ; '" ' ; '.'.'\-V-' '•"••• •. ' Children's straw hats in..flie\'-]:arge-.'flati pblie bonnet 1 and sailor.. styles^a^,ri)}bto^ blue and two-tbije-effects,••'',.'- |: -. ' : '. '" ; •' ' '-.''' • •• "• ;'',: • ''"V '. • " c ' ''.^Ranging ^';' ,1 : jj^r^fet* i • ^^- . ©itL, ^^

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