The Daily Free Press from Carbondale, Illinois on March 23, 1920 · Page 2
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\ S CREEN ycmr porch and add a delightful ^ room—a sun-porch by^ day—a sleeping porch at nig,ht, protected against disease carrying, flies and mosquitoes. Specify PEARL WIRE CLOTHvfor it lasts longest,' therefore, ' costs less. Come in and investigate. There are lots of „ things you need ri&ht row in our stock waiting for YOU to use them to advantage—and we stand back of our goods to the limit. ..'HARDWARE AND FURNITURE Carbondale, HI. "On The Square" THIS SHOWS WHAT BECOMES THE AVERAGE DOLLAR RECEIVED SW!FT & COMPANY The Swift Dollar shows you what becomes of the money -we get for meat and all by-products. It is interesting to study and to show to others, and helps you to understand the outstanding and fundamental fact of the packing business — a small unit profit on a large 'volume of sales. It is light, the size of a dollar, ari^f makes a satisfactory pocket piece. One was made for you. Send for it. Swift & Oorftpany '.''.'.. Union Stock Yards Chickgo, 111. /... • THE DAILY FREE PRESS Established Daily 1903 ' Weekly 1877 Free Press Publishing Co. MRS. JOHN T. QALBRAITH Editor and Manager Telephone .„- - 218 Tci-ins Subscription 15 -cent a week. Advertising bills dm: weekly. Job work strictly cash. . \ ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION $7.80; Entered at the po,stoffice at Carbondale, Illinois, as second .-class matter. Office in the Free Press ^HJliU!IS^-^Y£^_-Mji.Ul Street.. FOR IfflLDiliiill IN CONNECTION '..K€LUB : ; MEETING' :'.>irs.. "j. the .W7 "Allen 1.•' entertain dale - N iTom. Carterville . on" the tram arriving : hfr-e at;..7.:60 in .the evening-.: Mr. - P.oindexter /is a-coal, miner a--r.d they expect to reside; at H'errin.. West Oak Street : Club Wed- inesday, afternoon. All. members-re, MISS > HINE s SPENDING flirted-. tp:;be present,;.,,; ; ^M23-1^ _ - - yA-CATION IN BOSTON If State Forestry CeiTunission and Officials Tour South: ern Illinois Selections Regions For Forest Jle-' serves—Party On Todaj% Aii inspection tout- of .the regions in Southern Illinois, where forest reserves will be made is the purpose of the committee from the st:ih; forestry department, which .this week is making tours of sections of Southern Illinois. Yesterday tlic_ committee ' visited " Fountain Blurt, in the southwestern part of the county near Grand Tower. The committee from tile state forestry department here arc: H. C. Cole, Mr. Miller ^n'd Paul Fcdg- wick. a pjhotograph er froin Chicago University. Pictures arc taken of the regions ^vhich appear to be the sections to' be recommended for forest reserves. The pictures arc taken and reviewed by the department, upon which it is determined what regions will be set aside. The state movement is in connection which the .preserving of our forest as a part of the natinoal movement, providing for the preservation of our trees. Sections where it is found that trees should be saved' from cutting will likely be; used later for the use of the pub : lie for recreation grounds and other uses. , The slaving onr trees ~Ss the result of the rapid disappearance of many o* the best forests in the state. The trees are cut and none are taking their places. The condition has brought about a situation which threatens to make • forests extinct if'\not checked. Millions of acres of virgin forests arc made into lumber without regard for the future uses of trees. The desirability of retaining our forests is not oniy found in the beauty 'they lend the- country, but also of "practical use for their influence upon the climate. In sections where there are \io trees it is likely to be dry, or the rainfall unequally distributed so' that crops -suffer From the lack of rain, which a region of trees make possible. The committee left this morning for Alto Pass and Ball Knob: Bc- "siclcs the members of the state £om- mission those who went on the outing today were: Miss Mary Steagall of the Normal faculty, County Supt. of Schools and Mrs. O. F. Aken, Frank Hines, County Farm "Advisor Thomas, and Prof. Bailey of the Normal. Tomorrow the party will go to Jonesboro, spending, the rest of the week' in Union ar.d Alexander counties. The state forestry officials wih then return in . a few weeks and complete their work in Southern Illinois. ASK $4,450,000 FOR C. & Er-|. Board of Referees Allows Road Less Than Half Claimed for Federal Compensation. Chicago, JInrcli 2.1.—Ainiiinl eoiupen- sution ot 54,4riO,000 for tlio (Jhicagn & Enstoni Illinois i-ailvoad for I'm; period of govoriimciif control wns. recommended by President Wilson by ;t .hosird ot referees iipiiojiiteil. : .liy-,.tlie. interstate CDiiinierce commission. '-, Tii e -^rftad c!!unaed-?0,94o,178 .as -'jiist compeusk-. tion. - ' . '• ;-' • . Sam :B .Softf Drink 'V Washington Street Charged L Wtth ing and -Buying Sto .Goods From Robbers. As a result of ' a chain of evidence on \vhich--the--railroad, authorities . have b«en forking .with the assistance of. the - locjal. police in connection with the • car robbe'ries in the .Illinois ..Central : yards a few weeks ago, for which _ three -a'fv now held, Sam Beal, proprietor of a soft.^ drink place .and restaurant on North Washington' Street, was arrested yesterday' by Deputy U. S Marshall John Glenn. Beal* was taken to Murphysooro ycsi-erday and appeared.. before' the United States Commissioner. - Fox, . charged with conspiracy .in buying aiic selling stolen inter-state, merchandise.- • t : - The'arrest of Beal followed clencc entangling""him • in the confessions of- Robeect Ingcrsoll anc Even-el, two youths. arrestcc some time ago, changed-_..with robbing "railroad cars in;the yards here-. The boys -were -employee as clerks- by tile company - when they did the work. ' Shortly" after their arrest,' statements ami confessions by them,'.implicated. .Jrleii- ry Sutherland,, alias ' Jack. ' Suthcr- land, alias Jack Sudds and alias Ray Roy. Sutherland- has. : a Jai record, and .at. present.---is- wariteu in Clinton county, according to sthe police. The N part whifch Beal ; played 1 ir the caY robbery case 'is th.c re'sul of his buying the .'stolen' goods star.plug tobacco, the. charge''States The( goods was stolen • from th< railroa.d cars and--hid: -by Sttthc'r- land,. Iri'gersbir and'"-Ev.errct under the Carbondale Mill and Elevato building. Here it. remained, for a few days, then the youths 'wer afraid, to take the tobacco out to fear of .being caught.; Sutherland is said to have told' Ingerso-11 to ge the goods himself'-a'nd. • he conic have .the whola amount-for whic! it might be sold. This' Ingersol did, taking-.^the ..'tobacco . from it hiding place for- the ..purpose o selling it. He tried several pla:c around town, keeping .it as cjuie as possible. Finally" he. says.- h took it to the back door of Beat' place and sold -the ''stolen property for $7.00, a little less than a 'thir of its actual, value. The authorities, I.. C. Specia Agent on the St. :Louis. division, J F. Miskel, Special Agent Rogers and Ed Clark, local police man, meantime told Beal they ha trace of^ stolen .goo'ds and under stood efforts were being' made tc sell in Carbondale. also requesting Beal to buy the . goods and thei notify them..,A few days later was learned the goods had been sold and the authorities had no been notified by Beal. The officers went to the place of .Beal, follow ing the arrest of Ingcrsoll anc F-verret, inquiring whether or' .no he had bought -of .the tobacco This Beal denied, saying^ he hac bought no such goods. With thi came the confession . of Ingersol that he had sold the tobacco to Beal. The officers returned anc told Beal the boy had told th facts i nthe cas.e and demanded the truth. Finally. Beal turned tin goods whir'-, was described ove to the authorities. It was thci taken to the oiffice of. J. F. Miske to be used as evidence in .court The tobacco was taken from un der the cases in Seal's place..• The officers at the divisioi special agent's office ' stated there is still another man connected with the robbery. He is known as "Cotton." Yesterday the officers were unable to lo'cate any ;tracc of this man. They- "state, " however, the> have evidence which' implicates him in the sa,me robbery. The officers also stated they. hat evidence with, the arrest of Bca' which wouldVreveal- that . a system was being operated, for '.the disposal of stolen railroad property. The* goods tak_en from the • cars here » was " accomplished' with*- the Ijr'fjatoig'-.yof i'car^ seals'.? .The . tobacco '-lateen-:-was'' in--ship"ment from -St. Louis to Elk.v-iUe. Agemts • Miskel and 1 ' : R'6gers have been, .working coiisistantlyf on the case 'since . 'thej^robbery .. was- ! fiVsf reported... . Alonzo. ; E. : .;Poin dexter.: and , Miss' -Mis* KLaagarette Hines, - daughter Pearl Harris'-iof ".'Car'tervil'le"were -mar- .of Mr. anxf 'Mrs. '"F.-B. Hines, of'this fed ,;by--Justice/ of -jeace-.0. P. Lou- city, andV;who.is-attending Smith col- den,ait'his ofee Suriday^yening- at 8 lege at No'rth'am-ptoiv, Mass., is spend- th-e- .between,; terms vacation -.at / .Henr;;: .Eer.cc of,-Fulton, Kyv, spent Saturday ..and , : .S.myjay, :. with •-• his mother, Mrs. C. .11. Perce. - ' . •'eloek. T.lie ; "couple-caime to 'Carbon- the Parker Memorial Settlement House jn Boston, Mass, 'it has heen the. custom' of these women's colleges the past i'e\v v years to send the girls who deserve to igo, to • settlement houses, thus giving them an opportunity to -visit various cities under pro.per chaperor..age and .at the s'ame time 1 allowing those .in charge of these '.institutions a two -week's vacation. The-girls-are sent in two. Mass Hines graduated from .the S. I. N. U. higih school.; ••'&•'3J Block Silk Stove Polish is. different. • It does not:'dry out; r-n;be • " ' , > used to the.lat4t utop: liquid and paste'ou* .quality: absolutely no* waste; no dust or dirt.- You. get your money's wprtn. Stove Polish luck Silk Stove*P6l!Kh does iioti r<iurllnw»n.3lojifrRB ordinary po>- >• you time.- work and money. Dra'tfwgtt— when yon want *tyvo nollsii bo ptiru to irttt for IDackltlk. Ifit Isn't tlie lint •Btoyc'ixillflh you ever imctl— your dealur wilt refund your money. :.'-.•' Black Siilc Stove Polish Works, -. Sterling, Illinois. UFO Block Silk Air Drjhig Iro« Kntmrl tm "Knitesi, letcmturn, (Jtuvu-l'IpCB, anil automobile llru -riiuti.- Prcvcnla mating. Try It. * UK5 Rttrk Silk WMiil Po1Ir.li for . .. tirtu-s. 1 1 work* quickly, cattily, nmi InavcHa tirmiaiit rnrfare. It IIH.H no equal tor use ou automobiles. - - - :•*• THEATRE BEAUTIFUL - THE HYPNOTIST Say folks! It's a Scream, an up-roar of laughter from start to finis^T.—Did yon see the boy do the Hula-Hula dance last night?—Come tonight and see him bring them right down in the audience. 'WALLACE REID, in "YOU'RE FIRED" "MARRY A RICH GIRL"? ?? ' EASY SLEDDINC EH? ? ? " s . SEE "YOU'RE FIRED!!!" f Paramount's most popular star, finely cast in one of O. Henry's best .stories. .. • : • 7:00 P. M. and 8:30 P. M. -22 and 44 Cents Special Easter Values Scheduled For Sale Commencing Wednesday Morning • x Twelve - items selected from our three floors have .-been priced especially low .as'an inducement to $ou to visit^our -store that you may take advantage of 'the. opportunity to Inspect an assemblage ,of Easter Apparel never before- assembled"'under' one Carbondale roof. 'Come to "our store "tomorrow. EASTER SPECIALS FROM OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT • Fifty pairs of women's high heel bacts, black and colored kid and'patent leather, "worth $12.00 and $12.50'," on, sale, beginning. Wednesday, at $8.90 ta . *" • MEN'S OXFORDS AT OLD PRICES' About 200 pairs carried over, all styles, good makes, priced .at..... S4.00 to $6.00 EASTER SPECIALS FROM OUR KEADY TO WEAR ' '', DEPARTMENT One lot women's; white voile and organdie waists, all white and colored trimmed, $1^50 value, special each . „... ~ t .... §2.50 One. lot women's plaid gingham bungalow aprons new styles, full size, $3.50 values, special each $2.50 • • • ' Second Floor •EASTER: SPECIALS FROM . . , 'OUR' MEN'S; DEPARTMENT One .lot of new ties just received -^—a big assortment of heavy silks, very pretty- patterns, "worth $1.25 ari(J $1.50, special:; 98c ONE LOT MEN'S. HOSE 49c __ All,Wilson Bros, samples, very line mercerized and lisle hose, every shade included, worth .-.Toe to $1.00, very special at ........'.. ..49c EASTER SPECIALS FROM : OUR DRY. .GOODS DEPARTMENT Commencing,Wednesday, March 24th _Four pieces red, green, brown and black 50-in. storm serge, $2.50 value, special per yard* .' $1.69 . " One lot back lace, white and flesh: corsets, worth up to $2.50 special .' $1.69 •" One lot 36-inch (10-yard pieces), long cloth, $3.50 value, special per 10- i • - - i <EO xn yard piece $^.ou Main-Floor ". " ' EASTER BASEMENT SPECIALS ' One lot 18x38 fine bleached huck "towelsf 35c value, .each .., ;.....:*-... 25c 10 pieces •32-inch'madras shirting in pretty light patterns, 50c value, -per yard .35c One .lot octagonal shape glass tumblers,- . worth 50c, per, set'of six. .'....; /... .25c One lot men's fine percale dress shirts in- good big light; patterns ,special, each.. $1.79 . _ One' lot men's; cotton lisle sox. in black, white, grey' and brown, '25c value, special . .per pair ., ..,u....'..-..'.-..- ' .../...... .15c BIG STO^E

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